Saturday, 16 June 2012

114th Saint Germain

Here is the 114th 'German' Regiment in French service during the SYW named after it's colonel-proprietor Saint Germain. This is one of those small one-battalion regiments that was raised in 1747 and lasted until 1760 when it was absorbed into another German regiment.It had a very Swedish look to it and I have searched to see whether he had any connection to Sweden but without luck.

The figures are all by Crusader except the chunky officer with the soup-plate hands who is by Foundry.

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