- 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 Landwehr 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-Royal Landwehr (German: kaiserlich-königliche Landwehr or k.k. Landwehr), also called the Austrian Landwehr, was the territorial army of the Cisleithanian or Austrian half of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1869 to 1918. Its counterpart was the Royal Hungarian Landwehr (k.u. Landwehr). The two Landwehrs, together with the Common Army and the Imperial and Royal Navy, made up the armed forces (Bewaffnete Macht or Wehrmacht) of Austria-Hungary.
Unlike the German Empire, where the Landwehr mainly comprised reservists and volunteers, the Imperial-Royal Landwehr consisted of regular units. It was fully established with regular troops and not partly mobilized or cadred. The Landwehr should not be confused with the Landsturm which was a volunteer militia.