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At the top of the chain was the Kaiser, who was theoretically second only to God and called himself a warlord. , dont call us commonwealth,it implys were forign) .scots hussars/scotish cavalry (or royal scots greys as the major cavalry regiment was known) okay, so now thats my 'scotish mumble' done irish and welsh units look similar to english ones, accept for some diffrences some units wore kilts, although it wasn't a majority, of the 7 regiments that served in ww1 only 3 wore kilts they tended to have lighter clothing, and would wear one of these: apropriate irish units: .irish guards/irish foot batalion (irish guards,like scots gaurd, is an actual regiment) .irish hussars/irish cavalry (irish hussars, like the royal scots greys, is an actual cavalry regiment) with no offence intended to mitch i don't think we need to include welsh units, they are identicleto english units, accept maybe a much darker colour (blackey green),plus their stats would be similar in many ways, maybe lower morale but higher close quaters skills?

Often members of the Royal houses of these kingdoms were given commissions as generals over entire army groups in one of the last examples of kings leading armies on the modern battlefield. , wate, heres a welsh bearskin cap, but i think it was only for ceremony er since napoleanic times, maybe used in WW1 though: apropriate welsh units: .welsh gaurds/welsh foot batalion (welsh guards, as with irish and scots, is an actual regiment) .prince's own welsh hussars/welsh cavalry (obviously the first is a regiment, tough it is actually called the prince of wales own border hussar regiment, i shortend it abit ) an overlooked member of the britis empire, that helped greatly in both the first and second world wars, although due to its size it quickly and efficiently put together 2 units of the best artillery regiments in the british empire, both of with are still in service to-date, famed for the use of the 'guns of gibralta' against spain, they defended the 'rock' for nearly 10 years without new supplies, and helped greatly with the war effort, the 2nd gibralroyal artillery regiment did its defence of her majesty the queen almost a year ago, and did its 21 gun salute (thats alot, most regiments are only alowed to do 10 or 11) at the tower of london uniform, no pics, the colour of their uniform should look like a cross between english and canadian units, but their clothing should be identicle,maybe with roled up sleeve to represent hotter weather apropriate Gibraltarian units: .commonwealth 1st & 2nd Gibraltarian Artillery (cap of 2, with increased range, acuracy and reload, with only a 2 turn recruitment level) .commonwealth gibraltaian foot batalion (cap of 10, with 1 turn recruitment instead of 2 turn, and availible at any construction level, just like conscript batalions) the Gurkhas, does that name not strike fear into the hearts of every enemy, the Gurkhas tend to be dead eye shots even at ling range, but amazing in close combat, especially when using the Kruki (as pictured as for uniform, i think brown coloured just like scotish units, with oriental asian character's would suit (noo argguments) as for the headress, theywore hats very similar to aussie units, but without any badge and without the rim being bent, also officers banner bearers and musicians etc were al white british, as has always been the case apropriate Ghurka units: .commonwealth ghurka foot batalion well, need i say anymore, the sepoys wern't used all tgat much in europe,but i think there were 1 or 2 units, jsut including these for the heck of it, the colour would be cream, low acuracy, low reload, high morale high close quarters,medium recruitment cost dueto transportation, heres a pic: apropriate indian units: .commonwealth sepoy battalion .commonwealth indian camel riders the south african regiments fighting for the british were very loyal, and were segregated (blacks/whites) almost all south african units fighting for britain in ww1 were white, and those that were black had white officers (i think there was 1 black regiment that fought in ww1 from south africa) apropriatesouth african units: .commonwealth african foot batalion .commonwealth african cavalry i think thats if (for now) if i find anmore or if i've forgotte some ill edit this OP, new zealand and canada have been ignored because i think they are as spot on as is possible ATM, please comment (helpfully ) My friend is having a swedish helmet that looks almost like that.

To be sure, there was no such thing as the Imperial German Army, as the five largest states provided their own land forces. This large and dedicated force provided the backbone of the overall German war effort by placing 158 infantry and 11 Guards Regiments into the field or about 76% of the army. In perspective, it was antici­pated that all armored cars of the Russian Army would be equipped with the Kegress chassis. On the way to their realization stood the Russian revolution, after which A. At the end a mention has to be made of Russian plans to build tanks. Porochovshchikov ("Viezdyechod") and Lebiedenko, properly rejected by the Chief Military-Technical Directorate, but the pro­gram to purchase tanks abroad.

On the eve of World War I, a majority of two thirds of the officers in the Prussian Army were members of the nobility. It was planed that in 191718 360 Schneider tanks would be obtained, and in addition interest was shown in a version of the Renault FT17 tank equipped with a machine gun.

Id just like to suggest that this variation be shown down the road in some future update for more realism. Serbia/Russia/Montenegro: (NOTE: The two Mosin-Nagant rifles are the same length. They wore czapkas in regimental colours but otherwise were dressed in the light blue tunics and red breeches of the Austro-Hungarian dragoons, without Polish features.

The duchy of Baden provided its own army corps with eight regiments. this is just an example, armored cars were made from every type of car produced an took the forms of everything from and (In turkey) to (yes i know its a model) and IMO these should be included in the game as more lightly armored but faster versions of the tanks planned to be implemented.

Another thing: all cavalry regiments should have rifles and be able to dismount and fire (along with firing while mounted IMO but that would be overkill because the carbines could be made as secondary weapons while laces primary, but there isnt a tertiary for the swords, sorry im rambling )cavalry, largely recruited in the Polish speaking parts of the Empire. To this end 60 Austin and 90 Fiat chassis were ordered, which were to be ar­mored in the Putilov and Izhorski factories.

They wore czapkas in regimental colours but otherwise were dressed in the light blue tunics and red breeches of the Austro-Hungarian dragoons, without Polish features. However, because of the lateness in receiving these chassis, the factories could only begin the job at end of 1917.

Their lances were similar in design to those of the German cavalry but had wooden shafts (of ash). Until October it was possible to make only 16 armored cars based on the Fiat chassis.

As with other armies, the Austro-Hungarian Uhlans were forced into a largely dismounted role by the realities of trench warfare by the end of 1914. The situation with the Austins was even worse in 1917 none of left the factory.

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