Monday, 7 July 2008

Trooper, French Royal Pologne Heavy Cavalry Regiment


Unit and uniform details to follow.

6 comments:

Capt Bill said...

Sir David, Thanks for all your efforts...Bill

David said...

Thanks, Bill. :-)

David.

MurdocK said...

Splendid!

David said...

Thanks, Murdock. :-)

David.

David London said...

Hello

I stumbled on this blog/thingie by accident. I haven't a clue how to leave message so I hope this is OK.

I would like to know more about what I have been reading here, especially the link to piece about the imaginary 18th Century German princedoms. It sounds like something I did in my teens but on my own.

If someone could tell me something about it I would be rather grateful. I can be found at David-London@Hotmail.co.uk

David said...

Hi David,

I'm sorry to be so long replying; I've been very busy for some days. It's hard to suggest anything other than reading through the blogs (many of which are linked on my blog here) because it is in them that you will see what people are doing. Most people are raising imaginary armies so they can fight on their own but as with the Tippelbruder fight people are also playing out battles between several of the imaginary nations and then reporting the results. If there is something specific you'd like to know about, do ask again.

Sorry not to be able to help more!

Regards,

David.