For the exact number of casulaties among the Netherlands forces at Waterloo one still needs to organise a more accurate investigation. However, snippets of information are already avaialable. Such as the losses for Colonel Detmers' brigade that took part in the final attack against Napoleon's forces in the late afternoon.
One of general Chassé's aides-de-camp, Captain Schäfer, later summed up a list from his private papers when he was called for this information in 1836 by the then chief of staff Colonel Nepveu. He produced the following list for the 1st Brigade:
Prior to the battle Losses from 12 p.m. until in bivouac
35th Jägers 21 officers & 584 ranks 6 officers & 146 ranks
2nd Line 25 & 484 4 & 54
4th Militia 24 & 495 4 & 33
6th Militia 23 & 469 1 & 35
17th Militia 26 & 508 1 & 29
19th Militia 23 & 444 3 & 50
This information is of the greatest importance for our later investigations into the most exact numbers of casulaties that fell among the Netherlands troops. Not merely at Waterloo, but also at Quatre Bras, or the sieges of several French fortresses later on.
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