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paperbattles20 May 2024 3:15 a.m. PST

I was more fascinated by some particular battle than the usual ones. This works also for WWI. So I prefer to study/recreate the Eastern front to the Western Front and the Battle of Lodz (Nov/Dec 1914 with – at the end – extreme weather conditions) than Tanneberg.

For this purpose I had to trasform my German (summer, early Autumn) uniforms to a more protective ones, even though I will use both of them for the beginning og the battle, in order to enjoy both versions

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The project is to recreate at 1:1 ratio that Battle. I know it is impossible as a whole: so I will use some nice wargames to create the battle and then focusing (like with a camera) on details over details until to reach the company/battalion level…..

paperbattles20 May 2024 9:17 a.m. PST

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