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Groupfighting Teams / Team Luxembourg
« on: August 19, 2021, 10:22:49 am »



”Freiheit ist immer die Freiheit des Andersdenkenden”



Ich möchte euch das offizielle Luxemburger Team vorstellen, obwohl es nicht
viele von uns in der Community gibt, aber ihr werdet in Zukunft viel von uns hören. Wir sind
hauptsächlich ein deutsch-luxemburgisch sprechendes Team. Wir bestehen
aus Tier 1-3 Spielern in Europa.
               


I want to introduce you to the official Luxembourg team, although there are
not many of us in the community, but you will hear a lot about us in the
future. We are mainly a German-Luxembourg speaking team.
We consist of Tier 1-3 players in Europe.




ROSTER


Kubus
Nicoooooos










Contact



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Regiments (Game Clans) / Iron Brigade [EU/NA]
« on: July 17, 2021, 06:35:55 pm »

Iron Brigade [EU/NA]




The Iron Brigade, also known as The Black Hats, Black Hat Brigade, Iron Brigade of the West, and originally King's Wisconsin Brigade was an infantry brigade in the Union Army of the Potomac during the American Civil War. Although it fought entirely in the Eastern Theater, it was composed of regiments from three Western states that are now within the region of the Midwest. Noted for its strong discipline, its unique uniform appearance and its tenacious fighting ability, the Iron Brigade suffered the highest percentage of casualties of any brigade in the war.


Interested to join? Feel free to add me here



Brigade Staff


Staff NCO.Vacant




2nd Lieutenant FeLiX




Colonel Fenton




1st Lieutenant Nohrii




Captain CleMent



Brigade Strong: 30+



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Skins & OSP Resources / Kubus Regiment Encyclopedia
« on: December 13, 2020, 09:46:17 pm »
United Kingdom

2nd Militia Battalion (1812)
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2nd Militia Battalion
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5thKGL Regiment of Foot WIP (NW)
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5thKGL Regiment of Foot
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5th Regiment of Foot (1812)
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5th Regiment of Foot
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32nd Regiment of Foot (NW)
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32nd Regiment of Foot
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33rd Regiment of Foot WIP (NW)
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33rd Regiment of Foot
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41st Regiment of Foot (1812)
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41st Regiment of Foot
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44th Regiment of Foot (NW)
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44th Regiment of Foot
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89th Regiment of Foot (1812)
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89th Regiment of Foot
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92nd Highlanders Regiment of Foot (NW)
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93rd Highlanders Regiment of Foot (NW)
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93rd Highlanders Regiment of Foot
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51st (Light) Regiment (NW)
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51st (Light) Regiment
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60th (Rifles) Regiment (NW)
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60th (Light) Regiment
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95th (Rifles) Regiment WIP (NW)
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95th (Rifles) Regiment
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Coldstream Guard Regiment (NW)
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Coldstream Guard Regiment
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Empire Francais

43e Régiment d'infanterie de Ligne (NW)
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67e Régiment d'infanterie de Ligne (NW)
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Rossiyskaya Imperiya

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Königreich Preußen

Prussian Infantry (NW)
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Rheinbund

Hessen (Light) Regiment (NW)
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Kaisertum Österreich

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Rest of Nations

Svea Livgarde (NW)
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Switzerland Infantry (NW)
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Events / Blood and Glory North & South Event (Friday) [3:30pm EST]
« on: November 06, 2020, 06:58:12 pm »
Info About Event

Line only
Steam contacts: Kubus (20th) https://steamcommunity.com/id/Kubusicek/ or Mr.Simpson (127th) https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198016001920
Event starts 3:30pm EST, ends 4:30pm EST.

27.11. 2020 Battle of Antietam

Schedule: W. I. P


Regiments attended:
81st
5to
91st
1stNaj
63rdVA
53rd
2ndMD
1stPL
UB: (20thME, 1stMN, 42ndPA, 9thMA)

Rules

Infantry: No Rambo (Slay), No Teamkilling (Warn,Slay), no Fire out Line (FoL) (Slay), no Reload in Charge (RiC) (Slay), SHARPS or CARBINES not allowed (Warn), max 2 Sergeants and 1 Officer per line (Warn)
Skirmishers: (W.I.P)

Sign Ups:

Quote
►REGIMENT NAME
►PREFERRED NATION
►TROOP/CLASS
►AMOUNT ATTENDING
►LEADERS STEAM ID
►BACKUP STEAM ID
►ONCE/WEEKLY


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Media / Svarta jump 5
« on: August 02, 2020, 11:45:50 am »

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
(Click on the titles to read the desired subject)







ABOUT US

               
* * *

Welcome to the 26th Wisconsin Volunteer Reg't. As a regiment, we strive to become a strong force to be reckoned with. We practice historical
drills and tactics to bring a realistic as possible roleplaying group to the game. In the 26th we also have different platoons, a Czechoslovakian,
and Worldwide platoon. Both platoons work together accordingly to achieve victory on the battlefield. Whilst we are a disciplined regiment,
having fun and friendship are our key values. We respect and listen to each member. We are here to have fun because we all share the
enthusiasm and interest for the American Civil War Era. Outside of line battles and training, you can still head on our Discord to have some
enjoyable conversations with the other members. The 26th is a family which is open to everyone who are mature and respectful.
If you think this regiment is for you, please add someone of the officers on Steam, and they'll gladly help you out.
               



HISTORY - 26TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

In the early afternoon of July 1, 1863, several hundred soldiers
of the 26th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry advanced through the
town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On that summer day, the
German–American regiment would suffer heavier losses than on
any other day during the American Civil War. Among its
members were John Held, a private in Company D, and Joseph
Seitz, a private in Company K, the author’s 4th great-uncles. John
Held was born in Prussia in 1839. He and his elder brother Joseph
immigrated to the United States and settled in Racine, Wisconsin,
by the 1850s. When the American Civil War began he was living in
Racine and his occupation was listed as a cooper. On August 19,
1862, during the second year of the war, he enlisted in the Union
army for three years’ service around the age of twenty-three.
               
He was described at enlistment as having gray eyes, light hair, a
light complexion, standing five feet, five inches in height, and
having a slender build. Joseph Seitz was born on March 2, 1836,
in Heiligenzell, located in present-day Baden-Württemberg,
Germany. He and several members of his family immigrated to
the United States and settled in Wisconsin by the 1850s.
Joseph’s younger sister Marianna Seitz met and married Joseph
Held of Racine, Wisconsin, the brother of John Held. When the
American Civil War began he was living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
and his occupation was listed as a painter. Milwaukee, along with
Cincinnati, Ohio and St. Louis, Missouri, formed what came to be
called the “German Triangle” of settlement in the midwestern
United States in the mid-19th century.
               
On August 21, 1862, Joseph enlisted in the Union Army for three
years’ service at the age of twenty-six. He was described at
enlistment as having brown eyes, brown hair, a fair complexion,
standing five feet, four and one-half inches in height, and having a
medium build. Joseph and John were both mustered in on
September 17, 1862, and each was paid a bounty of $25. The 26th
‘Sigel Regiment,’ also known as the ‘Second German Regiment’ of
Wisconsin, named in honor of German-born major general Franz
Sigel, was composed almost entirely of men of German birth or
German parentage. On the day their regiment was organized in
Milwaukee, the bloodiest single-day battle of the war was fought
along Antietam Creek in western Maryland. John Held and Joseph
Seitz were both listed as being present with their regiment in 1862.



   
After a brief period of training at Camp Sigel in Milwaukee,
the 26th Wisconsin was transported by rail to Washington, D.C.,
in early October 1862 where it was assigned to the 2nd Brigade,
3rd Division, of General Sigel’s largely German 11th Corps,
recently attached to the Army of the Potomac, then stationed
around Fairfax, Virginia.

The 11th Corps was held in reserve during the disastrous Battle
of Fredericksburg in December, and John and Joseph were both
listed as present that winter as their regiment participated in
the infamous Mud March in January.

The near brothers-in-law were both listed as present throughout
the spring of 1863 as the Army of the Potomac again prepared
to fight the Army of Northern Virginia.
   



In early 1863, Sigel resigned as commander of the 11th Corps,
and corps command was given to Major General Oliver O. Howard.
The 11th Corps’ 3rd Division, to which the regiment belonged, was
commanded by Major General Carl Schurz, a German revolutionary,
and the 2nd Brigade was led by Polish-born Colonel Włodzimierz
Krzyżanowski. In late April and early May 1863, John, Joseph, and
the 26th Wisconsin participated in the Chancellorsville Campaign in
Virginia. During the evening of May 2, 1863, as the regiment rested
at the edge of a forest known as the Wilderness, Confederate
soldiers led by General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson attacked.
Jackson’s 28,000 men struck the exposed end of the 11th Corps, the
right flank of the Union line. The 26th Wisconsin formed into line of
battle and delivered several volleys into the advancing Confederates.
After a twenty-minute struggle, the Badger state Germans were
forced to retreat. In its first battle, out of 471 engaged, the 26th
Wisconsin suffered 204 casualties in killed, wounded, and missing,
including their colonel, the fifth-highest losses of any northern
regiment on the field.
               
After the Union withdrawal back across the Rappahannock
River, John and Joseph were with their regiment as the Army of the
Potomac pursued the Confederates northward into Pennsylvania. In
the morning of July 1, 1863, the 26th Wisconsin and the rest of the
11th Corps were encamped around Emmitsburg, Maryland when they
received word that Confederate infantry were advancing in force near
the small town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Wisconsin Germans
set out on a forced march north towards Gettysburg. After a fatiguing
thirteen-mile journey, the regiment arrived in the borough by early
afternoon and rested in a peach orchard at the northern edge of town.
Krzyżanowski’s brigade eventually received orders to advance across
the plains of Gettysburg to reinforce Brigadier General Francis Barlow’s
exposed 1st Division of the 11th Corps, positioned on a knoll owned by
farmer John Blocher. As the 26th Wisconsin advanced on the right of
the brigade, the regiment engaged Georgians of George Doles’ and
John B. Gordon’s brigades. The regiment exchanged volleys with the
Confederates but was eventually flanked and forced to retreat through
the town of Gettysburg.
               
The regiment was positioned on Cemetery Hill during the
second and third days of the battle and not engaged. For his actions in
the battle, John Held was promoted to the rank of Corporal, dated
July 1, 1863. During three years of service, the 26th Wisconsin Infantry
lost 191 men, including Corporal John Held, killed and mortally
wounded, the fourth-highest percentage of any Union regiment. Colonel
James Wood, commanding the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 20th Corps, in
his official report, said this of the conduct of the 26th Wisconsin in the
Battle of Peachtree Creek: “Where all behaved well, it may be regarded
as invidious to call attention to individuals, yet it seems to me I cannot
discharge my duty in this report without pointing out for especial
commendation the conduct of the Twenty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer
Infantry and its brave and able commander. The position of this regiment
in the line was such that the brunt of the enemy’s attack fell upon it. The
brave, skillful and determined manner in which it met this attack, rolled
back the onset, pressed forward in a counter charge and drove back the
enemy, could not be excelled by the troops in this or any other army, and
is worthy of the highest commendation and praise.”



REGIMENTAL HIERARCHY


BATTALION STAFF
   Colonel
   Lieutenant Colonel
   Major
                             
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
   Captain
   First Lieutenant
   Second Lieutenant
                             
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
   Sergeant Major
   First Sergeant
   Sergeant
   Corporal
                             
ENLISTED MEN
   Private
   Recruit




MUSTER ROLL - WISCONSIN, 26TH VOLUNTEER REGT



REGIMENTAL BATTALION STAFF
Brigadier General Kubus

Sergeant Major Czarbrain




INFANTRY COMPANY



Commissioned Officers

Second Lieutenant FeLiX


Non-Commissioned Officers

Corporal Ugvej

Corporal VikingPro


Enlisted:

Private AlexSnap
Private Balcidude
Private Bellimus
Private Bery888
Private Canfrons
Private CleMent
Private Fenton
Private Husita
Private Isachsen
Private JanMoody55
Private Martyny
Private Ondřej
Private Scarecrow
Private Soviet
Private Thibaut

Recruit Alexander
Recruit Asblackadder
Recruit David
Recruit Flamebot
Recruit GereonRath
Recruit Godfighter
Recruit Greaves
Recruit Ink
Recruit JeanRobert
Recruit Lord_Ben
Recruit Lukáš
Recruit Lossair
Recruit Michalowski
Recruit P3rs1l
Recruit Rex
Recruit Simpson
Recruit Skaenn
Recruit Sykon
Recruit Tib
Recruit Tonda
Recruit Vampirking
Recruit War_Photographer
Recruit Wesky
Recruit WittyJew
                             
RESERVE COMPANY



Commissioned Officers

Colonel Kemf


Non-Commissioned Officers

First Sergeant Adda

Sergeant Matěj



Enlisted:

Reserve Ajvyt54
Reserve Daverou
Reserve Jimmy
Reserve Killme
Reserve Krupp
Reserve Mareki
Reserve Muslim
Reserve Nick
Reserve PeeVee
Reserve Thundur
Reserve Vohon












THREAD PROVIDED BY SKAENN & KUBUS

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Union / 26th Wisconsin Regiment
« on: May 13, 2020, 01:42:41 pm »






TABLE OF CONTENTS
(Click on the titles to read the desired subject)






ABOUT US

               
* * *

Welcome to the 26th Wisconsin Volunteer Reg't. As a regiment, we strive to become a strong force to be reckoned with. We practice historical
drills and tactics to bring a realistic as possible roleplaying group to the game. In the 26th we also have different platoons, a Czechoslovakian,
German and English platoon. All 3 platoons work together accordingly to achieve victory on the battlefield. Whilst we are a disciplined regiment,
having fun and friendship are our key values. We respect and listen to each member. We are here to have fun because we all share the
enthusiasm and interest for the American Civil War Era. Outside of line battles and training, you can still head on our Discord to have some
enjoyable conversations with the other members. The 26th is a family which is open to everyone who are mature and respectful.
If you think this regiment is for you, please add someone of the officers on Steam, and they'll gladly help you out.
               



HISTORY - 26TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

In the early afternoon of July 1, 1863, several hundred soldiers
of the 26th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry advanced through the
town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On that summer day, the
German–American regiment would suffer heavier losses than on
any other day during the American Civil War. Among its
members were John Held, a private in Company D, and Joseph
Seitz, a private in Company K, the author’s 4th great-uncles. John
Held was born in Prussia in 1839. He and his elder brother Joseph
immigrated to the United States and settled in Racine, Wisconsin,
by the 1850s. When the American Civil War began he was living in
Racine and his occupation was listed as a cooper. On August 19,
1862, during the second year of the war, he enlisted in the Union
army for three years’ service around the age of twenty-three.
               
He was described at enlistment as having gray eyes, light hair, a
light complexion, standing five feet, five inches in height, and
having a slender build. Joseph Seitz was born on March 2, 1836,
in Heiligenzell, located in present-day Baden-Württemberg,
Germany. He and several members of his family immigrated to
the United States and settled in Wisconsin by the 1850s.
Joseph’s younger sister Marianna Seitz met and married Joseph
Held of Racine, Wisconsin, the brother of John Held. When the
American Civil War began he was living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
and his occupation was listed as a painter. Milwaukee, along with
Cincinnati, Ohio and St. Louis, Missouri, formed what came to be
called the “German Triangle” of settlement in the midwestern
United States in the mid-19th century.
               
On August 21, 1862, Joseph enlisted in the Union Army for three
years’ service at the age of twenty-six. He was described at
enlistment as having brown eyes, brown hair, a fair complexion,
standing five feet, four and one-half inches in height, and having a
medium build. Joseph and John were both mustered in on
September 17, 1862, and each was paid a bounty of $25. The 26th
‘Sigel Regiment,’ also known as the ‘Second German Regiment’ of
Wisconsin, named in honor of German-born major general Franz
Sigel, was composed almost entirely of men of German birth or
German parentage. On the day their regiment was organized in
Milwaukee, the bloodiest single-day battle of the war was fought
along Antietam Creek in western Maryland. John Held and Joseph
Seitz were both listed as being present with their regiment in 1862.



   
After a brief period of training at Camp Sigel in Milwaukee,
the 26th Wisconsin was transported by rail to Washington, D.C.,
in early October 1862 where it was assigned to the 2nd Brigade,
3rd Division, of General Sigel’s largely German 11th Corps,
recently attached to the Army of the Potomac, then stationed
around Fairfax, Virginia.

The 11th Corps was held in reserve during the disastrous Battle
of Fredericksburg in December, and John and Joseph were both
listed as present that winter as their regiment participated in
the infamous Mud March in January.

The near brothers-in-law were both listed as present throughout
the spring of 1863 as the Army of the Potomac again prepared
to fight the Army of Northern Virginia.
   



In early 1863, Sigel resigned as commander of the 11th Corps,
and corps command was given to Major General Oliver O. Howard.
The 11th Corps’ 3rd Division, to which the regiment belonged, was
commanded by Major General Carl Schurz, a German revolutionary,
and the 2nd Brigade was led by Polish-born Colonel Włodzimierz
Krzyżanowski. In late April and early May 1863, John, Joseph, and
the 26th Wisconsin participated in the Chancellorsville Campaign in
Virginia. During the evening of May 2, 1863, as the regiment rested
at the edge of a forest known as the Wilderness, Confederate
soldiers led by General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson attacked.
Jackson’s 28,000 men struck the exposed end of the 11th Corps, the
right flank of the Union line. The 26th Wisconsin formed into line of
battle and delivered several volleys into the advancing Confederates.
After a twenty-minute struggle, the Badger state Germans were
forced to retreat. In its first battle, out of 471 engaged, the 26th
Wisconsin suffered 204 casualties in killed, wounded, and missing,
including their colonel, the fifth-highest losses of any northern
regiment on the field.
               
After the Union withdrawal back across the Rappahannock
River, John and Joseph were with their regiment as the Army of the
Potomac pursued the Confederates northward into Pennsylvania. In
the morning of July 1, 1863, the 26th Wisconsin and the rest of the
11th Corps were encamped around Emmitsburg, Maryland when they
received word that Confederate infantry were advancing in force near
the small town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Wisconsin Germans
set out on a forced march north towards Gettysburg. After a fatiguing
thirteen-mile journey, the regiment arrived in the borough by early
afternoon and rested in a peach orchard at the northern edge of town.
Krzyżanowski’s brigade eventually received orders to advance across
the plains of Gettysburg to reinforce Brigadier General Francis Barlow’s
exposed 1st Division of the 11th Corps, positioned on a knoll owned by
farmer John Blocher. As the 26th Wisconsin advanced on the right of
the brigade, the regiment engaged Georgians of George Doles’ and
John B. Gordon’s brigades. The regiment exchanged volleys with the
Confederates but was eventually flanked and forced to retreat through
the town of Gettysburg.
               
The regiment was positioned on Cemetery Hill during the
second and third days of the battle and not engaged. For his actions in
the battle, John Held was promoted to the rank of Corporal, dated
July 1, 1863. During three years of service, the 26th Wisconsin Infantry
lost 191 men, including Corporal John Held, killed and mortally
wounded, the fourth-highest percentage of any Union regiment. Colonel
James Wood, commanding the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 20th Corps, in
his official report, said this of the conduct of the 26th Wisconsin in the
Battle of Peachtree Creek: “Where all behaved well, it may be regarded
as invidious to call attention to individuals, yet it seems to me I cannot
discharge my duty in this report without pointing out for especial
commendation the conduct of the Twenty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer
Infantry and its brave and able commander. The position of this regiment
in the line was such that the brunt of the enemy’s attack fell upon it. The
brave, skillful and determined manner in which it met this attack, rolled
back the onset, pressed forward in a counter charge and drove back the
enemy, could not be excelled by the troops in this or any other army, and
is worthy of the highest commendation and praise.”



REGIMENTAL HIERARCHY


BATTALION STAFF
   Colonel
   Lieutenant Colonel
   Major
                             
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
   Captain
   First Lieutenant
   Second Lieutenant
                             
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
   Sergeant Major
   First Sergeant
   Sergeant
   Corporal
                             
ENLISTED MEN
   Private
   Recruit




LEADERS OF 26TH WISCONSIN


REGIMENTAL STAFF
Brigadier General Kubus

Sergeant Major Czarbrain





THREAD PROVIDED BY SKAENN & KUBUS

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Regiments / ♞ Svea Husarregementet [EU] ♞
« on: April 19, 2020, 01:41:34 pm »
"Possunt nec posse videntur"



On April 2020 was created regiment by Lieutenant Kubus and Serjeant DarkSorrow, called "35th Regiment of Foot" it was mainly artillery based regiment. Regiment was renamed on October 2020 into 3e Regiment d'Hussards.
On November 17. 2020 we became cavalry detachment of Svea Livgarde. On December 11. 2020 we had meting where we decided to create Life Company brigade and renew our detachment as regiment called Life Guards, where Kubus was Överste and Dark Sorrow was Regementsförvaltare. On January 15. 2021 Kubus left due to internal problem and most active members of Life Guards became members of Svea Livgarde. Players started with Holdfast and created 66th (Berkshire) Regiment of Foot with Colonel Kubus

         


Life Guards

CO:

| Överste. Kubus

NCO:

| RgtFörv. DarkSorrow

| Sergeant. Daverou

Enlisted:

| Medhjälpare. FeLiX

| Ryttare. Ondřej
| Ryttare. JanMoody55

| Kavallerist. Ugvej

| Rekrytera. Vampir
| Rekrytera. Czarbrain
| Rekrytera. 100par
| Rekrytera. Makar
| Rekrytera. PanPes
| Rekrytera. Nemo
| Rekrytera. SovietAirbag
| Rekrytera. SCYO
| Rekrytera. Axo
| Rekrytera. Parmička
| Rekrytera. Tonda Kubík
| Rekrytera. ItzTadeas
         
Reserve Company

Reserves:

| Rsv. Sigismund
| Rsv. Ištván
| Rsv. Arthur
| Rsv. Regnar
| Rsv. Fili
         




Contact

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