Vitoria article now published

Better late than never! Miniature Wargames has now published my article on Vitoria 1813. This is a signal for me to  get this blog up and running as proper public proposition. So far I have kept its light under a bushel.

The resources on this project referred to in the article, are on the Battles section of the site. This is the sum output of many months of research!

My current project is the production of my 15/18mm Prussian 1815 army, and the upgrade of a multi-period French one to oppose it. Some posts on this shortly.

Meanwhile the next version of my rules is slow going, as the rewrite is proving very radical, and so slow going. This is liable to be a bit quiet for now!

3 thoughts on “Vitoria article now published

  1. Dear Mr Green,

    Very well done. I have a question though, how did you find out about regimental flags for Josephs spanish Forces? Or perhaps you have not! I would like to know as I am planning (a very long way in th future) a French army with Josephs spansh troops.

    Yours sincerely

    Jonathan M Edmans

    1. Thank you for your kind words. I am afraid I have not found anything on the Josefino flags – we did not need to for this battle. While I can be a bit of an obsessive on this kind of detail, I did not use my own figures for this reconstruction, and I was just grateful to my friends who were able to supply anything.

      A good place to get more information on the this sort of thing is TMP (The Miniatures Page) in the Napoleonic Forum.

      Matthew

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