The French Army
The Anglo-Allied Army
Bonaparte (1769-1821) Commander of the LArmee du Nord, Emperor
Marshal Michel Ney
(1769-1815) Commanded a wing at Quatres Bras, field commander of the
army at Waterloo.
Grouchy (1766-1847) Commanded a wing at Ligny, commander of a wing (33,000
men) given the task of pursuing the Prussians and preventing their arrival
The Prussian Army
Field Marshal Arthur
Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852) Commander of
the Anglo-Allied army.
Henry Paget, the Earl of Uxbridge (1768-1854) Commander of the cavalry
and next in command to Wellington.
Prince William of
Orange (1792-1849) Commander of the I corps.
Sir Rowland Hill (1772-1842) Commander of the II corps.
Field Marshal Gebhard
Blücher (1742-1819) Commander of the Prussian army.
General von Gniesenau
(1760-1832) Chief of Staff of the Prussian army.
von Ziethen (1770-1848) Commander of the I corps.
Pirch I (1763-1838) Commander of the II corps.
von Thielemann (1765-1824) Commander of the III corps. Assigned to delay
Grouchys French wing at Wavre.
General der Infantrie
Bulow von Dennewitz (1755-1816) Commander of the IV corps.