Infanterie Hollandaise des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1815

Revue de Figurines de HaT Industrie au 1/72

Infanterie Hollandaise des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1815, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8025

Readers of Military Miniatures Magazine selected l’Infanterie Hollandaise as one of their Top 10 favorites of the Wishlist 1998. The list was forwarded to popular plastic miniatures manufacturers et HaT Industrie released their Infanterie Hollandaise the following year. The result is well worth it, as can be seen in the photo. Les figurines représentent Flanquers de l’Infanterie Hollandaise à Waterloo, et there are separate heads included in the set to convert them en Flanquers Belges ou Milice Nationale Hollando-Belge wearing surplus shakos Stovepipe britanniques.


48 figurines en 9 poses – 23 mm correspondent à 166 cm hauteur de corps

  • Officier (4)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, open hand, marchant (4)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, marchant (4)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, fusil à l’épaule (4)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, au garde à vous (4)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, avançant (8)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, debout, tirant (8)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, à genoux, tirant (8)
  • Fantassin Hollandais, à genoux, défendant (4)
  • Fusil (4)
  • Pennon (4)
  • Drum (4)
  • Horn (4)
  • Spare Head avec shako britannique de 1812 (4)
  • Spare Head avec shako Stovepipe britannique (4)
Infanterie Hollandaise des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1815, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8025 Infanterie Hollandaise des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1815, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8025 Infanterie Hollandaise des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1815, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8025


  • Bon choix de sujet. Les Flanquers Hollando-Belges sont unique in this scale. Unfortunately, ces figurines représentent only elite company soldiers wearing the distinctive shoulder rolls. These shoulder rolls need to be removed carefully, to create soldats des compagnies de centre du bataillon who made up the majority of troops in the bataillon d’infanterie. Bataillons d’infanterie Hollando-Belge consisted of ten companies, including une compagnie de flanqueurs lourds (grenadiers) et une compagnie de flanqueurs légers (tirailleurs).
  • The loading et firing poses are very suitable for wargame units.
  • Satisfactory casting quality. Obvious flash et mould lines need to be removed prior to painting. The editor used the Rai-Ro ZEP-70 heated spatula to blend mould lines into the surface of the model.
  • HaT Industrie would have been better advised to turn one of the marching Flanquer poses into a marching centre company man. In fact, the same pose might have been used for both, one avec et one without shoulder rolls.
  • The separate pennons included in this set are too small be of any use as infantry flags. They might be used as company marker flags de l’infanterie française.
  • The marching figurines exhibit a serious motor coordination problem: their legs are not in line avec the pelvis. Either their are intentionally strutting their stuff ou they must be carrying a superheavy backpack. La figurine d’officier a un problème similaire. His left thigh is turned out, but the lower left leg is straight. The stance of the soldier au garde à vous is correct, he is the best of the batch.
  • The soldier avec the open hand is an an infantryman on the approach march, when the musket could be carried on the left ou right shoulder at will. The figurine looks a little silly when its carrying the separate drum by the small peg attached to the instrument. Military drums are suspended by a leather strap suspended across the right shoulder so that the drum rest on the left side of the body. Both hands need to be free to play the drums.
  • There is no figurine capable of holding the horn supplied in this set.

Emploi Historique

  • Flanquers de l’Infanterie Hollandaise, 1815

Possibilités de Conversions

  • Flanquers de l’Infanterie Belge, 1815
  • Milice Nationale Hollando-Belge, 1815


Joueurs de Guerre will be happy to have these Flanquers Hollando-Belges, even if some effort is required to convert the figurines to centre company men.

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