At the close of the 19th and the early years of the 20th centuries many national armies still clung to their traditional colourful uniforms… Among the most famous was the army of Kaiser WilhelmⅡ.
Before the official adoption of ‘Feldgrau’ (field grey) in 1910 the many different German states that comprised the recently-created Kingdom uniformed their infantry soldiers in dark blue for both parades and field operations.
In the summer months however many of these same regiments adopted white, cotton trousers especially the Prussian infantry regiments.
These ‘Second Edition’ figures shows the soldiers on their summer maneuvers. This is the initial release with more to follow… in action.