A blog detailing the travails of the Imagination of Blagovia, a small country in the 18th Century Balkans, as it strives to overcome its hated arch nemesis the Banat of Tôtûn-Bey, vassal of the Sublime Porte, and the machinations of its greedy neighbour Leutonia -an erstwhile ally against the Turks, enemy of Blagovia's ally Nabburg, and a fellow client state of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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Thursday, 12 July 2018
In keeping with the Nabburg theme here are some flags that I
have come up with based, in some cases, on historical examples:
Rarely carried into battle, it is sometimes used by Jäger Battalions in an unofficial capacity, as they don't usually carry colours.
Only carried by the 1.Leibgarde, and the 1.Nabburger Grenadiere.
Since the Grenadiers are organised into a single regiment,
and not dispersed amongst infantry regiments, they have their own regimental colour (Kompaniefahnen).
Nabburg infantry regiments carry the same flag, with their
particular regimental number stitched to the bottom of the flag.
Nabburg Infantry Regiments do not carry a Leibfahne.
The Nabburg Artillery Corps (Artilleriekorps) were given their colours only recently, and they signify the importance that Duke Heinrich attaches to this branch of service.