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Gallery of War Art

Postby Lord Zimoa of Flanders » Thu Mar 10, 2005 9:36 am

http://www.wawel.net/images/malar/kossa ... htm/22.htm[`Battle of Olszynka Grochowska, 25.02.1831`

http://www.wawel.net/images/malar/kossa ... /htm/4.htm[`Jablonowski`s battery after capitulation of Warsaw in 1831`

Image `Apotheosa of Polish Army` (after reclaimed independence).
That officer on horse at hill is First Marechal of Poland, J?zef Piłsudski.

Image `Charge of uhlans at maneuveres` , about 1926-1936

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"Battle of Olszynka Grochowska, 1831"

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"Jablonowski`s battery after capitulation of Warsaw in 1831"

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"Death of genl. Sowinski at Wola in 1831"

And last, for cegorach and all lovers of polish "husaria":

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"Hetman Ż?łkiewski with husaria"

and "Krakus Cavalrymen"
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Battle at Calugareni (too large to post here) Photo taken from a movie. Still it is very accurate.

http://img49.exs.cx/my.php?loc=img49&im ... rie1ds.jpg

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Mihai Vitezul at Alba Iulia

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Mihai Viteazul portrait

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At the Battle of Smardan. The man on the horse is captain Mihail Cherchez. 1877

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The Attack of the Romanian dorobanti on Smardan redoubt. Painting by Nicolae Grigorescu. 1877

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Romanian dorobant (line infantry) 1877.

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Romanian Rosior (Cuirassier)

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Alexandru Ioan Cuza (1859 - 1866 )

Here are some American Civil War paintings:

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The 20th Maine, led by Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain, at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, 2 July, 1863.

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General Robert E. Lee and General J.E.B. Stuart review the troops before the Battle of Brandy Station.

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Attack of the 1st Minnesota, Gettysburg, 2 July, 1863.

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The High Watermark, Pickett's Charge, 3 July, 1863.

And, of course, The Thin Red Line, by Robert Gibb.

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This is a photo presenting Marechal J?zef Piłsudski, with his adiutant, "First Cavalrymen of Poland", general Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski. Now You know all, from where have I got such nick :D

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and Wieniawa-Długoszowski as soldier of Piłsudski`s Legions:

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Hello, some new picks by polish artist J?zef Brandt;

"Winged Hussar"
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"Bogurodzica" ("Mother of God" - this song from XIII century, originally religious, later become polish battlehymn, was sing under Grunwald 1410 and in many other battles)
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"Cavalry attack"
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"Bar confederates defending farmhaus"
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"Pancerny"
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"battle of Vienna"
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something of J?zef Chełmoński;
"Kazimierz Pułaski under Częstochowa"
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"Episode from Inssurection of 1863"
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and next, Atrur Grottger;

"Polonia, 1863 - making of scythes"
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"Polonia, 1863 - defending the court"
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"Battle"
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"Charge of Rokitna" (mande by 2nd squadron of uhlans of Polsih Legions, 1915)
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"Defence of Częstochowa"
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http://www.6nhv.org/photogallery/photo0 ... 20Line.JPG
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Postby clearchus » Thu Mar 10, 2005 4:24 pm

Fantastic!! Three Cheers!

(although the first two links did not work)

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Postby Sir Thomas Picton » Fri Mar 11, 2005 11:25 pm

I love the 20th maine pic....boy we ripped those rebs that day....

CHEERS

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Postby Capo of Arabia » Sun Mar 13, 2005 8:16 pm

Being related (but not decended) to Robert E. Lee,
all I have to say is...

...We are a band of brothers, native to the soil. Fighting for our property, our blood our sweat our toil. And when our rights were threatened, a cry rose near and far. Horah for the bonnie blue flag that bears a single star... *sniff*
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Postby 63rdWestSuffolkRegt » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:01 pm

Nice ones! Here are some real life shots of some of our re-enactments.

225th Anniversary Battle of White Plains
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See all those dead Hessians and Scotsmen...

Fort No. 4
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The American garrison is paraded outside the fort

225th Anniversary Battle of Hubbardton
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Holding the British bayonet charge

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Early morning fog

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More fog

225th Anniversary Brown's Raid, Fort Ticonderoga
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Yours truly draws picket duty on the British left...

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...and skirmishes with an American advance

225th Anniversary Battles of Saratoga
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Arnolds division advances through the wheat field

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Me and my company in the American center

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Grenadiers...and men in skirts

Quebec 2004
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Firing on the British positions

Sutton, MA 2004
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The American Battery

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Great... Frenchmen

All these and more!!! http://www.firstnhregiment.org
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Postby Sir Thomas Picton » Mon Mar 14, 2005 1:41 pm

you have just inspired me to get my Civil War Re-enactment pictures on here :D

CHEERS!! 8)

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Postby Arman » Tue Mar 15, 2005 7:03 am

Wow those people advance like crowed of pigs :0)))
Guys you need real army sergant to improve your formition shape :-)))))
I'm joking :-)
Realy why don't you keep proper formition shape and density?

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Postby 63rdWestSuffolkRegt » Fri Mar 18, 2005 11:31 pm

Well, the Americans didnt ever deploy in more than two ranks. And we are militia so why bother?
Twa recruiting sergeants came fra the Black Watch

Tae markets and fairs, some recruits for tae catch

But a that they listed was forty and twa

Enlist bonnie laddie an come awa



AWI-TW best mod of a mod EVER!



FOR GLORY AND EAGLES

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Postby Jakob » Wed Apr 26, 2006 4:35 am

Here are a few pics
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Postby Wideblade » Fri Jun 09, 2006 11:24 am

Sorry but is Rembrandt`s not Van gogh`s the latter is a post impresionist painter.

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Postby Jakob » Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:34 pm

OH CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!! I MEANT TO SAY REMBRANDT!! :x :x DAMMIT!!


I'll change it. :wink:

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Postby Filibusteria » Sat Oct 18, 2008 12:34 pm

Images of the War of the Pacific (1879-1884) between Chile and the Allied peru and Bolivia

Killing the wounded (practised by both sidea):
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Battle of Pisagua:
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Battle of Arica:
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Naval combat of Iquique:
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Battle of Tacna:
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Battle of Chorrillos:
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Battle of Miraflores:
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Battle of Huamachuco:
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Viva Chile!

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Re: Gallery of War Art

Postby Mayson » Tue Oct 02, 2018 11:39 am

Thanks for your sizegenetics Guaranteed Extra Inches‎ explanation and a variety of images


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