Monthly Archives: July 2011

Pic of the Day 13-07-11

Chasseur de Po

Here is a massed brigade of French and their satellite state troops from our recent Vitoria game. Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 12-07-11

German Recce

A very atmospheric view for me. There is something about these WWII pictures that… Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 11-07-11

Chasseurs a Cheval

People who play Napoleonics often tend to overlook the plentiful troop types in any particular army in my opinion. Continue reading

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Event News, Full weekends and Changes.

Before the Storm

Important notice, the following weekends have been fully booked or have had the battle originally featured changed. Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 08-07-11

Belgian Light Dragoons

More work from Doug Mason. Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 07-07-11

Emerging from the Sunken road.

More Napoleonics, this time the Life Guards. This was taken at our recent Waterloo game. Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 06-07-11

Aerial view

Well I decided to show off the new SHQ Mini’s I got for the France 1940 game. A German Staff HQ set.
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Pic of the Day 05-07-11

Fording the Zadorra

More from our recent Vitoria game, this time one of the Guards battalions Continue reading

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New Belgian Carabinier for the Waterloo anniversary.

Into the French Cuirassier

The work that was planned for the Battle of Waterloo really began way back in November of last year Continue reading

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Pic of the Day 04-07-11

British infantry at Vitoria 1813

Here’s some of our Connoisseur British infantry in Belgic Shako. »

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