Light Field Battalion Luneburg was raised in 1813. By June, it was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel August von Klencke. It served in a Light Brigade with Count von Walmoden-Gimborn's Corps in 1813/14 in the campaign against Hamburg in April and May, in Mecklenburg from June to November and saw action at The battle of the Gohrde on 16 September 1813, They were also in Holstein in December 1813 to January 1814, They were part of the force during the Blockade of Harburg from January-March 1813. It was stationed in the Netherlands 1814/1815 as part of the Hanoverian Subsidiary Corps, in the 2nd Light Brigade of the Light Division.
At Waterloo they were part of the 1st Hanoverian Brigade, Commanded by Major-General Count Keilmannsegge, along with the Breman, Verdun and York Field Battalions, the Grubenhagen Light Battalion and the Field-Jager Corps.
The figures are MiniFigs, British 95th Rifles, but are a very close match to the uniform of the Luneburg Lights. we added a flag as it is known that they carried one, apparently they were attacked by Dubois Cuirassiers at Waterloo, temporarily losing a colour, whilst redeploying to assist the garrison at La Haye Sainte, but unfortunately not what it actually looked like, so we used a generic House of Hanover Coat of Arms , for the central device.
The photos are not the best I’ve taken but are definitely not the worst, so apologies for this. Not sure what's going on with the writing on this post either????????