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Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Cullodeen

During my spring vacation, I decided to play out the 1745-46 Jacobite rebellion. This shot shows the initial Jacobite Highland Charge. However, as in the real battle, the British line didn't crumble in panic, and were able to advance and flank the charge and pour in musketry. The battle still rages, but most of the front rank have fallen. It's up to the Irish Picquites and Royale Eccosais to stem the British Advance.
 Clan officer Robert L. Redden wearing a small belted plaid in Cullodeen tartan.

Royal Eccossais, Regiment Rooth, Regiment Dillion, Fitzjames Horse

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