31486 - “Forward March” Two Confederate Infantry Marching

W. Britains

Forward March

Soldiers on both sides marched between dawn and dusk, rarely at night because of risk of accidents and injury. They would make breakfast before sunrise, pack up camp, set out on the march at daylight, and continue throughout the day, and usually fix and eat dinner after dark. Armies would march in any kind of weather: heat, cold, rain, or snow. Rarely did marching occur on good roads as they typically marched through mud, snow, and water. These two confederate soldiers march with confidence to the next campaign with the hopes of quickly ending the war with the North. They carry Model 1841 Mississippi Rifles and wear Southern clothing and accouterments typically seen from the middle to end of the American Civil War.

1/30 scale
Matte Finish
Two figures in box

Related Items