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No New Posts Headquarters
The mind, if not the heart, of the Army, this is where Lord Wellington and his Staff are to be found, whether they are using a grand house in a town or a barn out in the countryside. Interactions specific to Headquarters and any threads with the General may be found here.
Subforums: General Orders

3 47 Sep 8 2016, 06:22 PM
In: 02nd January, 1810; Running...
By: Bennet Asquith
No New Posts The 50th Foot
The 50th are the Dirty Half Hundred. This is a regiment from West Kent, although in its ranks may be found men from all over England - and not just England. They have more than a few Irish among their ranks too. Interactions and conversation specifically in the 50th's area of camp will be found here.
1 12 Aug 25 2017, 01:46 PM
In: 12th January; A Pipe In The...
By: Thomas Newcombe
No New Posts The 5/60th Rifles
Raised in 1797 by combining two German regiments, the 5/60th are three years older than the 95th. They have a very high ratio of Germans and German-speaking soldiers, although they do have a handful of British men. Their motto is Celer et Audax (Swift and Bold) and they do their best to live up to it, taking only the most intelligent and quick-witted men. Interactions specific to the 5/60th's camp or bivouac to go here.
8 148 Mar 21 2018, 01:27 AM
In: 24th June; The Hare's O...
By: Gabriel Cotton
No New Posts The Baggage Train
This is where camp followers, civilians and non-combatants will be found while the Second Division is on the march. A noisy, bustling, disorganised area of the column, it would be wise for those here to keep a sharp look-out for the Provosts, the army's police...
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