Friday, 22 August 2014

ACW-Fire and Fury, 20mm- Gettysburg buildings, part 5, Codori House

The Codori house was central in the famous Pickett's Charge on the 3rd day of the battle of Gettysburg. Most of the confederates could see the house as they advanced towards the union defensive line.

Here is a simple reconstitution using the usual materials ( card and styrofoam). 

Remember to keep it on the small size. Mine is 7cm lenght (not counting the base), 4,5cm width and 7 cm height. 

The information came from the web were you can see different interpretations as the original house exists no more and the new one doesn't seem to be a fair replica. I mixed several of these interpretations for the final result. 

And now let's get back to Waterloo in 28mm.
Why? Have no idea!

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