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Indeed Poles were also amongst the fiew not to betray the Emperor.
Overall I seriously think team Strelets has a lot to provide us with and I am nearly sure some great artillery will be on the list.
Keep the faith.
I have been hoping the polish artillery would have been released by now maybe the poles haven't been good sellers as there have only been two sets of polish infantry compared to other nations who have had up to 4 sets dedicated to them.
Unfortunately (or not) i think it is the Anglo-Saxons who buy the most figurines. The production is done according to their needs. As a consequence armies such as those of the confederation of the Rhine (Bavaria, Westphalia, Württemberg, Baden, Saxony ...) of Italy or those of Poland are under-represented while they accompanied the Napoleonic epic for years for the benefit of armies that have not fought long or represent small contingents but have had the "good idea" to be present in Waterloo.
Every news from Strelets about project on Polish troop (Artillery, Infantry or Cavalry) are welcom. I have already bought 6 boxes of Polish Infantry and I would like to know if it is worth waiting to continue to make my Polish troops.
Thank you in advance for all information.
I have bought multiple sets of the Polish infantry, so artillery would be most welcome
As would other artillery types - Brunswick, Russian 1805, Russian horse artillery 1805, Prussian horse artillery 1813-15
Polish foot artillery looked very similar to the French but with different colours
Horse Artillery are different with busbies, so a more difficult conversion.
The train drivers are an easy paint conversion from Polish lancers