Milhaud's Corps provided support for D'Erlon's large attack on Wellington's centre. Dubois' brigade appears to have been involved in the fighting around La Haye Sainte, initially to assist other cuirassiers who had had some success against Hanoverian infantry but have then been counter-attacked by elements of the Household Brigade. Dubois charged into this melee and may then have also been attached by the Union Brigade as it charged into D'Erlon's infantry. Apparently during this encounter the coloner of the 1st Cuirassiers had his epaulettes ripped off by a captain of the 1st Light Guards. It is not clear whether Dubois' brigade then took part in the later cavalry attacks on the allied centre or was sent to participate in the defence on Napoleon's right against the advancing Prussians.
2 figures. Painted June 2015.