10mm Napoleonic Wars (1812): French Line Infantry - March Attack


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Pendraken 10mm Napoleonic Wars (1812) French - Line Infantry - March Attack

The Moscow Campaign was disastrous for Napoleon with the campaign effectively ending on 14 December 1812, and the last French troops leaving Russian soil. This campaign was a turning point in the Napoleonic Wars leaving the reputation of Napoleon severely shaken, and the Grande Armée reduced to a fraction of its initial strength, having lost some 380,000 men dead and 100,000 captured. These events triggered a major shift in European politics with Prussia and Austria, breaking their imposed alliance with France and switching sides.

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  • 30x figures (1 pose)

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  • Scale: 10mm
  • Materials: White Metal (contains lead)

Models supplied unpainted, may require assembly

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Please Note:Models supplied unpainted and may require assembly. Scenery, glue and paint not included unless otherwise noted.
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Caution:Pendraken Miniatures white metal products contain lead and are not suitable for children under 12 years of age. (Choking Hazard)
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