Well, Caesar French with HaT Romanian head-swaps. I've had a go at these before - this unit had a little more thought and effort put into it
I had just enough spare figures and heads to assemble 13 platoons and a command section
Support company, LMG, antitank rifle, MMG, mortar, gun crew
Emhar and SHQ metal
Emhar crew, metal mortar
I added weapon slings, and Lewis machinegun pouches taken from spare Emhar figures to a few, as these were quite common on Dutch webbing. I've got three or four good accurate scenarios involving the Dutch at home, and two more for the Dutch East Indies, if I ever get around to making a unit to represent them.
Some pictures from a group of fellow enthusiasts...
David Clarkson, his son Simon and friends introduced me to CD. I had recently left service and met them quite by chance. We had a lot of good times and historical discussions, Mr C had the most amazing library :)
This is a WW1 games being played out at the Battlegroup using the trench system that David Russell and me have spent a bit of time on over the years
Using a slightly modified version of CD Over the Top rules
Good times, great company. Thanks for sharing Dave.