Only a matter of adding texture to the stands and pop goes the whistle!
It has been a long project with delays fault of the Postal services!… I have learned a lot about that by now. If I ever do a project again in 6MM (Do it Myself I mean) I would have to order quite ahead of the time of implementation.
Now the Brigade of Guards in the Crimea is finally on its last stages… of course the flags will help a lot!
The British (and Portuguese Allies) Peninsular Campaign was a mastery use of what was later called “The Indirect Approach”.
Wargamers much concentrated on the gaming side of the hobby should read a lot about the smallness of the British Army… and how well handed it was by the Duke of Wellington.
If his Indian Campaigns were masterfully handed, in the Peninsula up to the battle of Toulouse (in French soil and sadly fought for nothing because Napoleon had abdicated days before…) he did nothing wrong (well, Burgos was a check) retired when he had to, advanced when it was the moment… the Spanish did not like at all to be invaded twice by foreign Armies… but cooperated with Wellington more or less successfully… their time of past glory long gone in time…