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    Avatar photoJemima Fawr

    It’s suddenly occurred to me that after painting yet more Germans for King Louis, it doesn’t seem as though there were many actual Frenchmen in the French Army of the Seven Years War… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Reinforcements For King Louis! (Part 3: The ‘Royal-Nassau’ Hussars)

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    Avatar photowillz

    Very nice one of my favourite cavalry regiments.

    Avatar photoJim Webster

    If I remember the argument put forward by the French at the time was that each ‘mercenary’ hired was worth three men

    one more soldier fighting for France

    one less soldier fighting for anybody else

    one more Frenchman working productively and supporting the state


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