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Ułan – an elite French cavalry wing

One of the more famous units of Napoleonic Wars were the Polish Uhlans. They won fame and favors of Napoleon during the Peninsular campaign. They do form an important gap in the French light cavalry contingent that has provided most abysmal … Continue reading

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First year

During the first year, there was quite nice progress considering that I am rather slow painter, and real life has of course taken it´s toll. Not only did I start to paint ancients for Impetus, but Napoleonics have got some reinforcements as … Continue reading

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French line infantry arrives

As mentioned earlier, my previously chosen color of French uniforms were so badly off that I needed to find replacement paint scheme that would look decent. Now, after a bit of break and study, I have painted test battalion of French Cuirassiers … Continue reading

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