Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Action at Altenkirchen

A recent game set up:

- the scene from behind the French lines.

Forces involved:

Pils-Holstein 
Commanded by Prinz Albrecht of Pils-Holstein
Second in command: Brigadier Maximillian von Bruch.
Infantry
1. Pils Holstein Leibgarde (30 figs)
2. Kronprinz Grenadiers (30 figs)
Light Infantry
1. Kurtz Jagers (14 figs)
Cavalry
1. Kronenbrau Kuirassiere Regt (20 figs)
2. Transvladak Uhlanen (10 figs)
Artillery
2 Light Guns.

French
Commanded by Marshall Saxe
Second in Command: The Marquis of Genitalia
Infantry
1. Picardie Regt (30 figs)
2. Diesbach Regt (30 figs)
Light Infantry
1. Arquebusiers de Grassin (28 figs)
Cavalry
1. Edelweiss Hussars (20 figs)
2. Nassau Saarbruchen Volunteer Hussars (10 figs)
Artillery
2 Light Guns.

Will report on the action when I get a moment!





7 comments:

Mosstrooper said...

Nice looking church !

warpaintjj said...

Cute church Phil, where's that from? Scratch built? We await your report.
Be cool, Jeremy

Phil said...

Nice looking terrain...and church!

John Ray said...

Great looking game with fantastic figures.

John

Phil said...

Thanks all.
The game lived up to expectations - a fine first outing for these armies.
Thanks for your comments which are always welcome and appreciated.
Phil

Phil said...

Forgot to say - the church is a scratch built master piece by Brian Rigelsford, painted by myself.
Phil

Chris Gregg said...

Good to see the Nassau-Saarbruchen Hussars on the table - did Natalie bring them any luck? :-)
Chris