Nominally for the Battle of Oriamendi using Boina

Category: Carlist Wars.
The Carlist Wars in Spain were the last major European civil wars in which pretenders fought to establish their claim to a throne.
In 1833-40, 1846, and 1872-76 the Carlists – followers of Don Carlos and his descendants – rallied to the cry of “God, Country.

And King” and fought for the cause of Spanish tradition against the liberalism

and later the republicanism, of the Spanish governments of the day.

Although now little known outside Spain or Portugal

in their time these wars were international in flavour.

The other European nations looked on with considerable interest

and forces from Portugal, Spain, Britain, and France were involved.
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23 Dec 2017 | Categories: | 15/18mm 1st Carlist War Range from Capitan Games.
About 15-20 years ago a Spanish Wargaming company called Fantassin Minaturas produced a range of 15/18mm figures for the First Carlist War.
The company subsequently became War Modelling and a couple of years ago kind of evaporated.
Now the War Modelling figures are available from Capitan Games including the 15mm Carlist Wars range.
I wanted one place where I could see a list of the entire range.

Particularly as Capitan Games have a 10% discount to celebrate relaunching the range

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4 Jun 2016 | Categories: | Photos from SELWG 2013 – Crossfire and Carlist Participation Games.

Last Sunday I helped put on a Crossfire participation game at SELWG 2013

I took a few shots of the Crossfire games and of the Carlist War table just behind us

Continue reading » 19 Oct 2013 | Categories: | 7 comments Archiduque Gallery of 28mm First Carlist War Figures.
Archiduque Painting Service have done some lovely work painting up Perry 28mm Carlist War figures.
They kindly sent over some samples: Continue reading » 8 Jun 2010 | Categories: | Leave a comment Oriamendi East – A Shako Battle Report.

Chris Harrod and I tried out my Oriamendi East Scenario with Shako II

It was great to get the Carlist War figures onto the table

Continue reading » 28 Aug 2008 | Categories: | Leave a comment Regimental Histories from First Carlist War.
I found a couple of great sites giving details of where each Spanish regiment was engaged during the First of the Carlist Wars.
In the first instance most details from Aula Militar: Un siglo de presencia militar en nuestra provincia (1833-1936) Continue reading » 22 Feb 2007 | Categories: | Leave a comment Specific Cristino Orders of Battle of the First Carlist War.
I found a some details on the Cristino order of battle during the First of the Carlist Wars.
In the first instance most details from Duncan (1997, p.
20-21).
Continue reading » 22 Feb 2007 | Categories: | Leave a comment El Mercenario Gallery of 28mm First Carlist War Figures.
Javier Gómez aka “El Mercenario” is the painter the Perry Brothers use for their 28mm Carlist War range.
Continue reading » 21 Oct 2006 | Categories: | Leave a comment Steven’s Carlists of the First Carlist War.
These are the Carlist troops I have at the moment.
Nominally for the Battle of Oriamendi using Boina.
Continue reading » 2 Jul 2006 | Categories: | Leave a comment Steven’s Cristinos for the First Carlist War.
These are the Cristino troops, i.e.
Spanish government forces, .

I have for the First Carlist War

Nominally for the Battle of Oriamendi using Boina.
Continue reading » 2 Jul 2006 | Categories: | Leave a comment Steven’s British Auxiliary Legion for the First Carlist War.

These are the British Auxiliary Legion troops I have for the First Carlist War

Nominally for the Battle of Oriamendi using Boina.
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