Last weekend we fought our annual game, this time focusing on the Poles and the village of Utilisa at Borodino.
We think we may have set a world record for the number of Poles on one table ( about 750 ) and certainly the most Murawski Miniatures.
Battle ended with a narrow Polish victory as they took the village right at the death but there was no chance they were going to be able to take the mound nor the bridge which was the 'major victory' condition.
Hope you like the pictures.
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Thomas Stirling - Thomas Stirling was born in 1733 into a family that held the baronetcy of Ardoch, a place near Perth in the Scottish highlands. Thomas was the second son...
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