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paperbattles02 Jul 2021 2:57 a.m. PST

Following up with my project to (finally) give equal historical dignity to the Ist Italian Indipendence War.
The uniforms of the period were really beautiful: a mix of Napoleonic and modern style.

In this aim, I transformed a Piedmontese Horse (Nizza Cavalleria) into a Austrian Radetzky Hussar (5th Regiment).

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paperbattles02 Jul 2021 2:58 a.m. PST

Following up with my project to (finally) give equal historical dignity to the Ist Italian Indipendence War.
The uniforms of the period were really beautiful: a mix of Napoleonic and modern style.

In this aim, I transformed a Piedmontese Horse (Nizza Cavalleria) into a Austrian Radetzky Hussar (5th Regiment).

link

picture


picture

paperbattles02 Jul 2021 2:58 a.m. PST

Following up with my project to (finally) give equal historical dignity to the Ist Italian Indipendence War.
The uniforms of the period were really beautiful: a mix of Napoleonic and modern style.

In this aim, I transformed a Piedmontese Horse (Nizza Cavalleria) into a Austrian Radetzky Hussar (5th Regiment).

link

picture


picture

Eumelus Supporting Member of TMP02 Jul 2021 3:43 a.m. PST

Lovely work, but shouldn't these be mirror-images (flip right for left)? Although the monograms shouldn't flip,

paperbattles02 Jul 2021 5:03 a.m. PST

You are right. The correct image for Piedmontese Nizza regimement is this one

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where the monogram of King Carlo Alberto of Savoy is correct. Thanks for so carefully check my plates. I do appreciate

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paperbattles02 Jul 2021 5:06 a.m. PST

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here "alla carica"

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