Friday, 15 March 2013

Teutonian invasion of Norfolk game report - part 5

Once the Tinnish General Staff arrived they soon gave an appearance of being in charge.
A unit of lancers from the eastern colonies (Yarmouth?) was soon galloping forward...
 
...into the sights of the fiendish Teutonian artillery.
 
An early casualty of the battle was the young Corporal Hitler.  I wonder what will become of him...
The Tinnish lancers soon overran the Teutonian battery...
  
But a unit of Uhlans was approaching!
 
As the Teutonians consolidated their grip on the rail yard...
 
...the Highland Brigade soon made clear their intention to take it.
The brigade's ranks included this pair of unlikely heroes!
 
An overview of the battle seen from behind the Teutonian lines.

13 comments:

SAROE said...

I think we know who is really in charge of the Tinnish General Staff.

Stephen Beat said...

A joy as usual - kudos for getting in Stan & Ollie! But - I say! - the General Staff seem to have gotten dressed rather hastily this morning! :) Terrific photos Tim.

Don M said...

Truly splendid outing,even the wounded look posh...)

Tim Gow said...

SAROE
Well I wouldn't argue with her...

Tim Gow said...

Stephen Beat
I just wish my own toys were as nice as these chaps (and chapess).

Tim Gow said...

Don M
The field hospital has a strict dress code...

Stephen Beat said...

Two sticking plasters and a bed pan?

tradgardmastare said...

Tintastic game!

Mosstrooper said...

VERY nice indeed !

Phil said...

Unusual and nicely done!
Phil.

Tim Gow said...

Tradgardmastare
There was so much tin on the table I'm surprised it didn't collapse!

Tim Gow said...

Moss trooper
Welcome to Eye Candy Central...

Tim Gow said...

Phil
Silly but photogenic? Oh yes.