Saturday, 17 December 2016

1st Brigade, 7th Division, II Corps, Armée du Nord in 6mm

In a fit of trying to get II Corps of the Armée du Nord finished off, I completed the next brigade, the 1st Brigade of 7th Div. This Division was commanded by Général de Division Baron Jean Baptiste Girard and the 1st Brigade was in turn commanded by Général de Brigade Vicomte Louis de Villiers. The Brigade was formed of the 11e and 82e Régiment de Légère.


This unit took no part at Waterloo, but were fighting at Ligny (16th June) on the French left flank.


This is a standard French Brigade with a slightly higher than normal Elan of 7. The 7th Division (along with the 8th Div) led the attack on St Amand at Ligny and were in the thick of the fighting all afternoon.


Another complete brigade means I have one less to do! The end of II Corps is in sight and it's all downhill from here...

Thanks for reading!

2 comments:

  1. More fantastic looking work, I really don't know how you cope with such small figures. They would drive me nuts.

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  2. Thanks Russ, TBH 6mm are pretty easy when you get into it. I don't do any great amount f detail and it really is just painting lines and dots. If you can do that on 28mm figs you can do it on 6mm...

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