Fall In!!!! My Armies

I thought I would start an inventory page on this blog (why not?) listing the armies in my collection to start with but when I've worked out how to do it, with a link to a complete list of 'active' (i.e. completed) units for each army. These are all 28mm.


Pike and Shotte era:
Italian Wars Venetians (work in progress)
Ottoman Turks (nearly there)
Renaissance Polish & Lithuanian Commonwhealth
Thirty Years War Swedish
Thirty Years War Imperial/Catholic League

1672 Dutch and Allies (incl Spanish and various German states)
1672 French


War of the Austrian Succession/Seven Years War:
Prussian
Austrian
Russian
Reichsarmee
Duchy of Hesse Cassel
Duchy of Brunswick
English

Electorate of Hannover
Duchy of Modena
Spanish/Neapolitans



American Revolution: SOLD
British
Patriots

Hessians 

French Revolutionary Wars:
French
Austrian
Russian
British
Dutch
Emigre
Hessian
Vendee Royalist Insurrectionists

Ships!

Early Napoleonic Wars
Prussians 1806
Saxons 1806


War of 1812:
Americans
British/Canadians


Crimean War:


British
Russian
Turkish
Sardinian
French



Sikh Wars


British & HEIC
Sikh

Austro Prussian War:
Austrian
Saxon
Hesse Darmstadt
Bavaria
Prussia (incl minor North German Allies)
Nassau


Franco Prussian War
French
Prussian


Russian Civil War 1917-22 SOLD 
White Russian
Bolshevik


Darkest Africa
Belgians

Civilian explorer types
Arabs/Zanzibaris
Native tribesmen


1 comment:

  1. An interesting point I’ve noticed is that somehow my armies are each linked to at least one other, making parting with any of them a difficult decision. For example, my Venetians are organised (mainly) to fight the Turks, who can also fight the Poles and with a little switching of flags with my 1672 Allied stuff. The TYW Swedes obviously fight the Imperialists (who can also fight the Turks) as well as the Poles. Prussians, while the 1870French are used in the Crimea And could fight the Austrians in 1859 alongside the Sardinians. It goes on.......

    ReplyDelete