Thursday, 4 October 2007

Napoleonic Frundsberg Frei Batalion

I mentioned previously that there were Frundsbergers as part of the Prussian army. Here they are on parade in front of another Prussian unit. They are formed as the III/10th Reserve Infantry Regiment, but they prefer to be called the Frundsberg Frei Battalion.

The figures are a complete mix, in the front rank are Revell Prussian line infantry, then behind in groups are (L to R) Hat Lutzows, Springwood Prussian line (version 1) and Hat Prussian reservists.



Stokes Schwartz said...

And very nice they look to. Funny how painting irons out any slight differences in height, proportion, and/or details. Your unit looks cohesive and ready to do battle!

Best Regards,

Stokes Schwartz

abdul666 said...

'Tricorn' Frunsbergers are more colorful!
OK, it's not the fault (or is it?) of their Napoleonic great-great sons if they have to bear a grim Prussian uniform...

Bluebear Jeff said...

I agree with both of the previous comments.

-- Jeff

MurdocK said...