Thursday, May 14, 2009

Three more battalions join the Army of Beerstein

Presenting the newest three battalions for the Army of Beerstein.

The Oldenberg Grenzers.

The Warsteiner Fusiliers.

The Beerstein Honourable Pensioners, Senior Battalion of the Army of Beerstein. Sir David Linienblatt of Tippelbruder, Grand Master of the Order of the Goblet, named Inhaber of the Beerstein Honourable Pensioners.



6 comments:

trailape said...

Very impressive Regiments!

abdul666 said...

The Might of Beerstein is growing at a tremendous pace!
Super regiments, as always.

Are minis for the Andreas Hofer's Tyrol rebellion available in appropriate scale? 'German' mountaineers in short leather breeches will soon be -with Highlanders- the only types missing from the forces of the Reich Duchy!
Compliments!

Prinz Geoffrey said...

I was wondering when some "light" troops were to make an appearance. The grenzers look really nice. What is the unit history?

David said...

David Linienblatt is most gratified by the honour conferred on him. He will have the tailors of Tippelbruder run him up a uniform as soon as possible and very much looks forward to the day when he will be able to visit Beerstein to inspect and meet the troops.

David.

Capt Bill said...

Prinz Geoffrey,
The Oldenberg Grenzers were raised in the northern mountain region of the Alesgarden Province to defend our troubled border.

Fitz-Badger said...

Yep, quite a massing of forces there! Any battles in the offing we wonder?