Poniatowksi, C-in-C VIII Corps 1813
Sierawski's Brigade, VIII Corps
(L-R) Vistula Legion (mostly in Shako), 1st & 16th Polish Infantry Regiments (Czapkas)
Malakowski's Brigade, VIII Corps
8th & 15th Polish Infantry Regiments
Grabowski's Brigade, VIII Corps
12th & 14th Polish Infantry Regiments
Uminski's 27th Light Cavalry Brigade
14th Polish Cuirassier Regt
In 1813 these actually didn't wear cuirasses. I used Essex Empress Dragoons figures.
These were superb light cavalry and acted much as the cossacks did for the allies. These figures are from Ozmy Oddzial
Dombrowski's Independent Polish Division
2nd (in Czapka) & 4th (in Shako) Polish Infantry Regiments
Krukowiecki's 18th Light Cavlary Brigade
For most of the Autumn 1813 campaign the Polish cavalry regiments seem to have been 700-800 men strong.
In LFS this is best represented as two units of eight figures per regiment.
2nd Polish Uhlans
4th Polish Chasseurs a Cheval (Uhlans)
My reading indicated that these were infact lance armed and dressed as Uhlans in 1813
More suitable for earlier periods
Polish Artillery in Shako
Suitable for 1813
6th Polish Uhlans
Hunting through my 'bits box' I realised I had enough figures to make two 8 figure Polish Lancer units.
6th Uhlans were part of Krzukowski's Brigade (along with 8th Uhlans), Sulkowski's 8th Light Cavalry Division, IV (Polish) Cavalry Corps.
All figures Essex Miniatures unless specified. Owned and painted by yours truly.