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Started by Leon, 02 March 2013, 02:04:02 AM

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Lord Speedy of Leighton

I'm torn between Baden, who didn't see much action, Bavarians, but there are two corps of them or Saxons....
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Chad

Lemmey

There is only one corps of Bavarians, which was the Federal VII Corps

Chad

mollinary

Chad,

Technically you are, of course, right, but as it was a four infantry division corps, plus a three brigade cavalry corps and extra reserve artillery, to all intents and purposes it equates to two corps in most peoples money.

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Natxo

Sorry, nut... TRUBIA M36????

It wasn´t callled M36!!!

Spain is not the kind of country who uses logical names for our designs.

It was the Trubia-Naval, because it was a Trubia basic hull modified and built in Bilbao in the NAVAL Factory.

There are books calling it the M36, but it was a vehicle made during the war, without control from the central government, and with no official designation.

Chad

Mollinary

I agree, but the divisions fought piecemeal and/or in isolation in several actions and I do not recall more than a smattering of cavalry being present at any engagement. Neither I think was there a huge prescence of artillery. It is still possible to fight some of the actions with less than the whole corps. Equally it depends on the figure ratio you use as to the number of figures required.

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Chad

Lord Speedy of Leighton

Nothing less than a division gets painted round here, honest!  ;D Prussian 16th Division, VIII Corps undercoated today,  just thinking 'next project'.

Although I really should finish VIII and IX Corps first.
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Sigur

Lovely, just lovely. Order placed, very much looking forward to painting these beauties. :)