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Krisztian20 May 2024 4:31 a.m. PST

This is the battle of Temesvár on 9th August 1849. This was the biggest and final battle in the Hungarian war of Independence. The Austrians together with the Russians defeated the Hungarian army. The diorama shows the situation of 4 pm. The table is 5 m2. There are 4950 15mm figures. They are painted by Péter Fábián.

All figures are from Honvéd Miniatures. You can see more photos about them here:

Raynman Supporting Member of TMP20 May 2024 6:35 a.m. PST

Impressive! Very nice!

epturner20 May 2024 2:21 p.m. PST

Now that is magnificent!!!


korsun0 Supporting Member of TMP21 May 2024 7:17 a.m. PST

That is spectacular. A magnificent piece of work.

ChrisBBB2 Supporting Member of TMP22 May 2024 1:29 a.m. PST

Magnificent indeed! I hope it inspires more people to wargame this fascinating conflict.

We had a great time wargaming this battle. Our layout was not quite as magnificent as Péter's, but still respectable and recognisable:

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