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  • Hmpf , didin't work. Let's try this one.

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    • Nice pics, Iron Duke. Thanks for sharing these.

      I also enjoyed the miniatures link.
      History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon. Napoleon Bonaparte
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      • Originally posted by Dibble201Bty View Post
        The uniforms are very exotic but please try to post Napoleonic/Revolutionary pictures (1792-1815)

        Paul
        they are Napoleonic/Revolutionary pictures. strelets were used from the 1600-early 1800 and the swedish musketeers obviously look like Napoleonic
        “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't.”- General George S Patton

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        • goairforce8
          Don't be silly!

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          • Originally posted by goairforce8 View Post
            they are Napoleonic/Revolutionary pictures. strelets were used from the 1600-early 1800 and the swedish musketeers obviously look like Napoleonic
            These are Swedish Napoleonic Line Infantry Uniforms.
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            • Originally posted by goairforce8 View Post
              they are Napoleonic/Revolutionary pictures. strelets were used from the 1600-early 1800 and the swedish musketeers obviously look like Napoleonic
              For your information:
              Streltsy were the units of Russian guardsmen [Strelets - literally "shooter"; often translated as "musketeer," but more precisely "harquebusier"]. Established in the middle of the 16th century, they formed the bulk of the Russian army for about 100 years. Providing the Tsar's bodyguard, and, at the end of the 17th century, they exercised considerable political influence. In 1698 in Tsar Peter's absence was the most dangerous time. Four Strelets' regiments had moved from Polish boundaries to Moscow, but were met at New Jerusalem by two Guards and Butyrsky regiments. The onslaught of forces devoted to Peter made the strelets surrender. After the investigation, 130 Strelets were hanged, 140 were lashed with a whip and the others were exiled. Peter, who urgently returned from abroad, demanded re-investigation of the Strelets' case. According to his order, more than a thousand of strelets were returned from exile and were executed in public, with Peter himself performing as one of the executioners. The rest were dispersed among regular army units and the streletsy ceased to exist.

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              • more austrian light infantry



                prussian fusiliers
                “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't.”- General George S Patton

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                • Last edited by Alexei16; 22 Apr 09, 16:16.

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                  • Russian grenadiers



                    Austrian Fusileers, in 1798 uniforms.



                    Austrian Jager, 1800.
                    similar to the fusiliers



                    Russian cossacks dismounted



                    The infamous black watch
                    “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't.”- General George S Patton

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                    • dutch grenadier


                      napoleons young guard


                      french scouts


                      elite french infantry


                      French Mamelukes
                      Last edited by goairforce8; 22 Apr 09, 16:37.
                      “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't.”- General George S Patton

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                      • In whom there is a uniform of Dutch infantry to 1812

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                          • Originally posted by Alexei16 View Post
                            I love this one. A Saxon member of the Garde du Corps if I'm not mistaken

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                            • Originally posted by the Iron Duke View Post
                              I love this one. A Saxon member of the Garde du Corps if I'm not mistaken
                              yes this is Saxon.

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                              • Another fine specimen of Saxon Life Guards

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