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The regiment was first raised by Adam Loftus, 1st Viscount Lisburne as Viscount Lisburne's Regiment of Foot in 1689 but was disbanded in 1697. It was re-raised in Ireland, without lineal connection to the previous regiment, by Colonel Richard Coote as Richard Coote's Regiment of Foot in August 1702. In 1782 the regiment took a county title as the 39th (East Middlesex) Regiment of Foot. The regiment sailed for the West Indies took part in the capture of Martinique in March 1794, the capture of Saint Lucia in April 1794 and the attack on Guadeloupe in June 1794 during the French Revolutionary Wars. The British troops at Guadeloupe were forced to surrender in December 1794 and were held in captivity for over a year. The regiment was reformed in Ireland the following year by absorbing the short-lived 104th Regiment of Foot (Royal Manchester Volunteers). The regiment participated in a task force under Major-General John Whyte to capture the Dutch settlements of Demerara, Essequibo, and Berbice in April and May 1796. The regiment moved to Suriname in October 1800 to Barbados in December 1802 and then returned to England in March 1803.

In 1803 a 2nd battalion was raised. The 1st battalion moved in Naples in January 1806 and to Sicily shortly thereafter. In 1807 a number of regiments had their territorial affiliations shuffled, with the East Middlesex title passing to the 77th Foot and the 39th taking the Dorsetshire title previously held by the 35th (Sussex) Regiment of Foot to become the 39th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot.

The 2nd battalion deployed to the Peninsular to support General Sir Arthur Wellesley in June 1809 and fought at the Battle of Talavera in July 1809, the Battle of Bussaco in September 1810 and the Siege of Badajoz in May 1811 as well as the Battle of Albuera in May 1811 and the Battle of Arroyo dos Molinos in October 1811.


The regiment owes its existence to the military disaster of 1806. After the battle of Jena and Auerstädt against the troops of Emperor Napoleon I and the following defeats and surrenders the commander of the fortress of Kolberg, Colonel von Lucadou began in November 1806 the establishment of the "Provisional Pomeranian grenadier battalion." This battalion, which soon after its commander, Captain Baron. was v. Wald Rock, named, consisted mainly of the remains of the regiments Pirch (No. 22) and vac. Puttkammer (No. 36) associated Grenadier Battalion East, which had officially surrendered at Prenzlau. However, at that time many soldiers fled across the Prussian army from French captivity, made their way on their own and rallied back to take up the fight again. Kolberg was one of the few forts that held the French state.

Until the conclusion of the armistice in July 1807 the fortress was steadfast (from April 1807) defend von Gneisenau under the new military commander and later reformers Neidhardt. From the Infantry Battalion Forest Rock, the second Pomeranian and 3 Neumark reserve battalion and the battalion of light v. Schill were placed on 26.08.1808 two new formations that have been appointed in recognition of their services to the body with body Infantry Regiment Grenadier Battalion and was one of the Garden. (First) bosses were always the Prussian kings until 1918. Second chiefs were later inside the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Alexandrine (1865-1892) and Alexandra (1892-1918).


Leib-Grenadier-Regiment "König Friedrich Wilhelm III.“ (1. Brandenburgisches) Regimental and Player Trophy Case and Competitive Record

The Leib Grenadiers has a total Competitive Record of 100-6-20 and a total of 2 Leagues, 7 tournaments won and 7 second place tournaments. You can see the trophy winners by clicking this Link here.






     
Offiziere

Major, RussianFury

Kapitan, Wastee

Premier Leutnant, Yoshie

Unteroffiziere

Unteroffizier, Orcaryo
Korporal, Boomdigity102
Korporal, Fartknocker
Korporal, Fireboy
Korporal, Glenn
Korporal, Oatmeal


Total Numbers

Offiziere : 3
Unteroffiziere : 6
Mannshaften : 51
Total Strength : 59
                                         Mannshaften

Ober-Gefreiter, Wall

Gefreiter, BabyJesus
Gefreiter, Jaax
Gefreiter, MATT
Gefreiter, Pinoy
Gefreiter, Theodin
Gefreiter, Winters

Gemiener, Archer
Gemiener, Crocodile
Gemiener, Cytiuz
Gemiener, Gatts
Gemiener, Hawkince
Gemiener, Jay
Gemiener, Killershark
Gemiener, Kuni
Gemiener, Lady Moraine
Gemiener, Mattboi
Gemiener, Mitch
Gemiener, MK_Blake
Gemiener, Nero
Gemiener, Quake
Gemiener, Swerp
Gemiener, The Predurrdurr
Gemiener, Vlad
Gemiener, Whalefish

                                         Mannshaften


Fusilier, Aaron
Fusilier, Aporta
Fusilier, Curtis
Fusilier, Duuze
Fusilier, Dyre
Fusilier, Dio
Fusilier, Firezz
Fusilier, Havoc
Fusilier, Jakester
Fusilier, Legend
Fusilier, MackCW
Fusilier, MajorDan
Fusilier, Maniac
Fusilier, Maple
Fusilier, McLovin
Fusilier, Milk
Fusilier, MrNewman
Fusilier, North
Fusilier, Ogrelord
Fusilier, Pedro
Fusilier, Rex
Fusilier, Robby
Fusilier, Roggeh
Fusilier, Rothgar
Fusilier, Skinny
Fusilier, Stark
Fusilier, Spartan
Fusilier, T3356
Fusilier, VetroG
Fusilier, Wiki
Fusilier, Yoloswag
Fusilier, Zappy


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Re: Add female characters?
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2018, 05:27:50 am »
Don't see why not. I think it's fine. I dunno about other people though.

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« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2018, 06:06:14 am »
It would be historically inaccurate, so for many people that should just cut it off right there. But having female characters that kill in any game completely disregards statistical reality, and the way both genders actually go about choosing to kill (or not to kill) someone, disturbing stuff if you consider the age at which some kids start to play games. Its a novelty, and this game seems to have a good balance between realism and arcade gameplay. I think having an accurate and realistic visual representation of the period partnered with fun and competitively balanced core gameplay is the best way forward.

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Yes I agree we should --- ------ ----------.
secret mesage in BRAILLE!!!???

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« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2018, 04:53:51 am »
Great suggestion, +1

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« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2018, 04:56:28 am »
Great suggestion, +1
It was a thread about having female characters, but Bluehawk pointed out the numerous other threads about that.

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« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2018, 05:06:57 am »
Great suggestion, +1
It was a thread about having female characters, but Bluehawk pointed out the numerous other threads about that.

it was le joke about the ----

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« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2018, 05:55:14 am »
Great suggestion, +1
It was a thread about having female characters, but Bluehawk pointed out the numerous other threads about that.

it was le joke about the ----
 
Yeah, I know. I was just giving context : P