|These lads always have a lot of work to do on the campaign. Lovely Connoisseur Miniatures model through|
Bicornes Miniatures in the UK. Great looking piece of equipment in my opinion.
|Original photos from the battle all those years ago.|
|The Royal Marine Light Infantry have since been given their correct uniforms|
|The very rudimentary early paint jobs have all been revisited thoroughly here as well|
|An early effort at the reporting of the campaign from Fleet Street|
|What a stirring account!|
|Roger Fredericks really does have a way with words especially with a victory in the nostrils |
and a stiff glass of brandy and a cigar of course alongside his Remington Typewriter
|As always the Campaign Roster makes interesting reading|
|A mini-unit history as every battle and action unfolds|
|The Royal Marine Light Infantry are already looking a little thin in the ranks|
|Summary of the columns state of play|
Next post will provide an overview of the entire theatre of operations and a map to detail where everyone is at this stage of the campaign.