The Army of North has been beaten at Waterloo on June 18th 1815 and is in route. What remains of the army is trying to reform in order to rally Paris, the only remaining position of French resistance.
The allied army of the Duke of Wellington has despatched detachements of troops to take control of the lines of communication and necessary resources for his army, and with the mission to eradicate these French pockets of resistance and complete France's total defeat.
The French getting ready for the march...
...whilst the British are just awakening.
A sergeant of Dutch infantry resting...
...whilst a British soldier takes the opporunity to sleep.
The Allies cross the river Oise.
The British van-guard skirmishes with French infantry.
The Dutch infantry throws itself into the fray.