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Italeri 6058 British and Scots Infantry

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Scale: 1:72
Manufacturer: Italeri
Product code: ita6058
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ManufacturerItaleri
Product codeita6058
Weight:0.08 kg
Ean:8001283060585
Scale1:72
Added to catalog on:30.10.2004

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), units recruited from the Scotsmen served in the British army. Those recruited from the lowland southern part of Scotland were often called Lowlanders, while those recruited from the mountainous northern part were called Highlanders. Most Highlanders regiments carried several - the exception were regiments from 71 to 75. The oldest Scottish regiment formed in Great Britain was the 42nd Regiment, the so-called Black Watch. In 1808, there were about 25 Scottish regiments in the British army. As in the case of "English" units, the basic unit on the battlefield was a battalion, while a regiment was more often perceived as an administrative unit. It is also worth adding that a single regiment could have very different forces, ranging from 1 to 3-4 battalions. In turn, a single battalion was usually divided into 10 companies. The Scottish Regiments, especially the Highlanders, were considered to be among the best in the British Army. Their soldiers were known for their stoic calm in the face of the enemy, great discipline, very good physical preparation, as well as resistance to the hardships of long marches.

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