Napoleon Series Archive 2009

Re: Nice one, lads!
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Yes - I think so, too. Free the whole thing up a bit. Would need some scripting, but why not? It seems strange to me that French and British re-enactors don't work together. Perhaps it's a bit like the great lot of lead soldiers that I bought - about 200. They were all mixed up and I assumed that they were of opposing armies. When I sorted them out they were of many regiments, but all British. Obviously whoever had owned them previously, apparently an elderly man, had a friend who had the French...

Cheers

C

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