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Re: Empire in Peril Kickstarter

The first stretch goal has been unlocked, so the Grenadier Guards have been added to the line! Next up is the first character pack, whose subject matter can
tommy20@att.net
Feb 10
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98386

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Do a Google image search for "Fort Henry Kingston Barracks" and see lots of pics of the accommodations enjoyed by HM troops in Upper Canada during the 19th
James Manto
Feb 9
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98385

Kalaripayattu sword school in Indai

I thought this might be of interest to group members. Defying age with a sword: Meenakshi Gurrukkal, Kerala’s grand old Kalaripayattu dame
hamchuck.1234
Feb 9
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98384

Re: Update to the 'Mexican Adventure' page

Awesome, thanks for the update! -Ethan Sent from my iPhone
Ethan Reiff
Feb 8
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98383

Update to the 'Mexican Adventure' page

There has been an update to 'The Mexican Adventure.' http://gisby.info/mindex.htm Michel Provost has kindly supplied us with a lot of illustrations of 'Belgian
gisby.geo
Feb 8
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98382

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

I googled the question as asked, and there were a whole bunch of hits. Apparently it varied by branch of service, and the answers seemed to all be in cubic
gisby.geo
Feb 8
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98381

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Even more than the Navy? Sent from my Windows Phone ... From: "hamilton alan alan.hamilton@... [ColonialWars]"
Al Maurer
Feb 8
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98380

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

can't find a measurement, but in Rambling Soldier, its states Windsor Barracks were the best, the block was 4 stories, and the ground floor housed 180 men, ie
tony miller
Feb 8
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98379

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Seriously this time. Cannot remember where I read it but beds were often about 1 foot apart and the foot of the bed was about a foot from the central table
hamilton alan
Feb 8
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98378

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Terry asked about soldiers. This is surely the minimum that the air force would need? Alan
hamilton alan
Feb 8
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98377

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Palatial, I'm sure. Three large rooms and a swimming pool for each solider, I think. Each with beautiful furniture and carpeting and steam powered household
hamchuck.1234
Feb 8
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98376

Re: Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

Not a lot. The reconstructed barracks at Fort Henry in Kingston Ontario have a narrow bunk and shelf above. Maybe three foot wide?
bloodandchivalry
Feb 8
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98375

Space per soldier in a Victorian era barracks

What was the amount of space allocated per enlisted soldier in a barracks? Terry Sofian tsofian@...
Terry Sofian
Feb 7
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98374

Empire in Peril Kickstarter

Unfeasibly Miniatures is running a Kickstarter to fund production of a line of Germans & British circa 1890-1910. Stretch goals will include characters, which
tommy20@att.net
Feb 2
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98373

Colonial battles at BBB Bash Day, Oxford, Sunday 10 April

(Please excuse some cross-posting) Laing's Nek, El Teb, and a Sikh Wars battle will be among the participation games on offer at the "Bloody Big BATTLES!"
bbbchrisp
Jan 31
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