Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A year's work.

The army of Fleisch-Spätzlestadt has been growing slowly but steadily. Regiments Fleisch and Kohler from last season had spent the past year in quarters, joined by converged grenadier battalion Knochenhauer.

Recent additions for the Spring muster are the Jäger Corps zu Minze, Fusilier regiment Halb-Durch, and Musketeer regiment Der Salz.

Here they are marching across the barren lands of Tisch:

Regiment Halb-Durch was painted up in the spirit of IR40 and Der Salz as IR3. Some basing work and flags for IR3 are still being worked.

And where to from here?

Prinz Kelson has challenged the great stables of Fleisch to furnish his army with the finest steeds. Look forward to some Cuirassier unit pictures in the coming weeks (self-edit:months).


  1. Excellent and impressive!
    Tisch? Is that a tableland?

  2. Thank you gentlemen. Yes. Tisch is technically a tableland. I'd also like to say that despite the inactivity on this page these past few months, I can assure you all that my interest in this period has not plateaued. :)

  3. Indeed you have be busy and productive!
    200% 'historical' Prussians?


  4. Your growing army looks wonderful!

    Best Regards,

    Stokes Schwartz

  5. Impressive, lovely looking units

    -- Allan

  6. Magnifique! What a great little army. Definitely looking forward to the addition of the horsemen. His Majesty's complements on your splendid troopers........even if they aren't French. - Mike (St. Maurice)