Reich Duke Wilhelm von Beerstein offers his splendid army in support of Empress-Queen Maria Theresa and the Austrian Empire. Long live the Empress and death to her foes!
The contrast between the yellow of the Frundesbergers and the dark blue of the New Walers is really pleasant.If -and no doubt of that- the Beerstein Foreign Legion turns out to be as good as it is glamorous and colorful, it will be an elite outfit of great repute!
The Battery looks magnificent, as does the Infantry.BRAVO!
The "Canaries" look very spiffy. Good luck to them and Bree's Battery in future martial endeavors.Jim
Nice work. Very colorful! The yellowjackets are very distinctive. I bet they come out abuzz and fightin" when they're disturbed. ;-)
Nice yellow coats, which look extremely good in a group. What do you make your flags out of, by the way? Are they just printed on paper?CWT
They all look good . . . and I like the "yellow jackets".-- Jeff
CWT,I print the flags from my computer. Sir David of Not by Appointemnt created the Beerstein flags and emailed them to me. The flags of my Foreign Legion are obtained from the country of origin sites.
Nice looking units. The artillery look good in that redoubt-- Allan
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