- 28mm scale
- 56 Highly detailed figures
- 2x officers
- 2x standard bearers, 2x drummers, 2x mounted Colonels
- 48x infantry
- 10 frames
- Instructions & 4 flags included
- Unpainted figures, assembly with glue and painting required.
- Molded in gray.
- Box dimensions: 11.3” L x 7.7” W x 2.3” H
This set contains 56 Austrian Infantry figures.
The officers and Mounted colonels have multiple arm options adding a great amount of variety to these figures.
The majority of the infantry figures (32) come in march attack pose. However there are (16) figures which can be used in march attack pose or firing, loading, advancing at porte or advancing at charge plus can be made into a sergeant figure.
The Imperial and Royal or Imperial Austrian Army (German: Kaiserlich-königliche Armee, abbreviation "K.K. Armee") was strictly speaking, the armed force of the Holy Roman Empire under its last monarch, the Habsburg Emperor Francis II, although in reality, it was nearly all composed of the Habsburg army. When the Holy Roman Empire was dissolved in 1806, it assumed its title of the Army of the Austrian Empire under the same monarch, now known as Emperor Francis I of Austria.
The key feature of the army of the Austrian Empire during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (1792–1815) was that, due to the multi-national nature of the territories, regiments were split into German units (which included Czech-troops recruited from Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, Polish and Ruthenian units recruited from the territory of Galicia, Flemings and Walloons territory of the former Austrian Netherlands, and Italians) and Hungarian units (which included troops from Croatia and Transylvania).