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Ancients Ancients

South American civilisations South American civilisations

Renaissance Renaissance

Chinese Banner 8 banners army Chinese Banner 8 banners army

The banner military system began with Nurhaci in the early 17th Century of chinese history. It was at its best throughout the 17th Century, declining in the 18th, and taken over by modern military methods in the 19th Century.

Nine years war, the leage of Augsburg - Siege of Vienna Nine years war, the leage of Augsburg - Siege of Vienna

This figures you can use for most European (or conflicts with European units) fought between 1670 and 1690. For example the nine years war, the glorious revolution, battle of the Boyne, siege of Vienna against the turks etc, etc.

War of the Austrian succession War of the Austrian succession

This series should focus on the armies of the wars of the 1740ies and going into the SYW too. In addition to this range see the French infantry from Wodensfeld and Ingo's Austrian units in our shop.

Carnatic wars (SYW) in India 1750ies Carnatic wars (SYW) in India 1750ies

American war of Independence and campaigns in India 1780ies American war of Independence and campaigns in India 1780ies

French Revolution French Revolution

Wellington in India Wellington in India

The camapaign of the British in India between 1786 and 1815 especially the second and third Mysore war and the Marattha wars, especially the battle of Assayee. Popular throught the first three novels from the Sharpe series

Polish infantry napeoleonic wars Polish infantry napeoleonic wars

1807 after the tready of Tilsit, Napoleon founded the Grandduchy of Warsaw. From this time on Polish troops fought in Spain, 1809 against Austria, 1812 in Russia and 1813 in Germany. A few soldiers followed Napoleon into France after the defeat at Leipzig.

Russian army 1812-15 Russian army 1812-15

Peninsular war 1808-14 Peninsular war 1808-14

Kingdom of Bavaria 1806 to 1815 Kingdom of Bavaria 1806 to 1815

Austrian army 1800-1809 Austrian army 1800-1809

War of 1812 War of 1812

Ottoman army 1780 to 1815 Ottoman army 1780 to 1815

Waterloo Waterloo

Revolutions in Europe 1848/49 Revolutions in Europe 1848/49

Ottoman army in the Crimean war Ottoman army in the Crimean war

The Ottoman army fought not just in the Crimea but at the Danube frontier and in Asia from 1853 to 1856. Most historicans simply forget that this was a war between Turkey and Russia and that the allies activities in the Crimea and in Finland were just a part of the conflict. The Ottoman army (Turkish, Egyptian and Tunesian) units fought at the Danube frontier and in Asia against the Russians and were very often succesfull.

1870-71 Franco Prussian war 1870-71 Franco Prussian war

The war between the German states (not just the Prussians) and the French. First we focus on the summer-campaign against the French Empire which endet with the surrender of the Imperial army in Sedan and Metz. Later we think about the winter-war against the French republic too.

French conquest of Indochina in the 1880ies French conquest of Indochina in the 1880ies

From Wikipedia - Sailing south, De Genouilly then captured the poorly defended city of Saigon on 18 February 1859. On 13 April 1862, the Vietnamese government was forced to cede the territories of Biên Hòa, Gia Định and Dinh Tuong to France. De Genouilly was criticized for his actions and was replaced by Admiral Page in November, 1859, with instructions to obtain a treaty protecting the Catholic faith in Vietnam, but not to try to obtain territorial gains.[2] However, French policy four years later saw a reversal; French territory in Viet Nam continued to accumulate. In 1862, France obtained concessions from Emperor Tự Đức, ceding three treaty ports in Annam and Tonkin, and all of Cochinchina, the latter being formally declared a French territory in 1864. In 1867 the provinces of Chau Doc, Ha Tien and Vĩnh Long were added to French-controlled territory. In 1863, the Cambodian king Norodom had requested the establishment of a French protectorate over his country. In 1867, Siam (modern Thailand) renounced suzerainty over Cambodia and officially recognized the 1863 French protectorate on Cambodia, in exchange for the control of Battambang and Siem Reap provinces which officially became part of Thailand. (These provinces would be ceded back to Cambodia by a border treaty between France and Siam in 1906). France obtained control over northern Vietnam following its victory over China in the Sino-French war (1884–1885). French Indochina was formed in October 1887 from Annam, Tonkin, Cochinchina (which together form modern Vietnam) and the Kingdom of Cambodia; Laos was added after the Franco-Siamese War in 1893. These figues are especially made for the Sino-French war of 1884-85 - again Wikipedia There are a lot of figures on the market, covering the British colonial campaigns. But the wars of other European nations are really forgotten. We want to make especially figures for these lesser known wars. For France this was an important conflict which we want to cover with a complete series of figures.

2nd Afghan war 1878-80 2nd Afghan war 1878-80

After 1839-41 the second Afghan war. But these figures are useful for all British campaigns of the Indian army in the period 1870-1903, for example Egypt 1882.

Zulu war Zulu war

Sokoto caliphate West Africa Sokoto caliphate West Africa

West African kingdom buildt in 1809 by Fulani warriors and hold on until 1903 when it collapsed being divided between the French, British and Germans Best you read Wikipedia at

Spanish-American war 1898/99 Spanish-American war 1898/99

Beside Cuba 1898 and the Phillipines 1899 these figures could be used for the Boxer-Rebellion

Boer War 1899-1902 Boer War 1899-1902

Italian colonial army Italian colonial army

World War 1 World War 1

Bersheeba 1917 Bersheeba 1917

WW 2 Pacific WW 2 Pacific

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