Last updated on Monday, 27th July 2014.

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Dutch militia, work in progress!

New painted Prussian Hussars pictures!

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French Lancers pictures!

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New Release: French Lancers now available!!

The new French Lancers are now available!

Each blister contains a full cavalry regiment of French Chevaulegers-Lanciers (12 mounted figures)


New Release: Prussian Hussars now available!!

The new Prussian Hussars are now available!

Each blister contains a full cavalry regiment of Prussian Hussars (12 mounted figures)

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Napoleon at War scenario: Wavre 1815

 

The Battle of Wavre was the last relevant military action of The Campaign of the 100 days and took place in the town of Wavre (Belgium) during 18th and 19th of June in 1815. Its main strategic consecuence was that Marshal Grouchy was pursuing the rearguard of Blücher’s Prussian army and couldn’t arrive to Waterloo on 16th (two days earlier) where he might could have changed the course of History. This scenario represents the first assault of the French troops on Wavre’s bridge.

 
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French Lancers greens are here!

Ligny, the Emperor’s last victory, recounted by Marshal Soult…

 

In the aftermath of the battle of Ligny, Marshal Soult addressed to Marshal Davout, minister of war, the account of the battle: “Yesterday, from the battlefield of Ligny, I have announced to H.I.H Prince Joseph that the emperor had just secured a victory.

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Heroes of First Empire : Colonel Jean-Baptiste Sourd

Born in 1775 in Signes, France, Jean-Baptiste Sourd enlists in the French Army at the age of 17, in 1792. He serves in the Italian campaign during which, in the midst of a cavalry engagement, he succeeds in disengaging general Massena, hard pressed by Austrian cavalrymen.

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