Rene Duquesne was a British-employed French soldier during World War One. He served as a caviler and was killed by John Falsworth.
Rene had a short black mustache and wore glasses. He wore French marching gear, although he highlighted it with red- gaining the nickname the "Crimson Caviler".
Assault on the Ottomans
Rene and his French battalion were employed by the British Empire to assist them in their war against the Ottoman Empire. France allowed the battalion to fight with the British and they assisted the Invaders against John Falsworth and Heinrich Zemo in the Sinai Desert in Egypt. He fought on horseback and killed a large number of Ottomans, but was eventually shot in the head by John Falsworth, killing him.