Here are a few cropped and brightened photographs that shows General de Latte's front lines and my own fairly early during the partial refight of Sittangbad, aka Neu Sittangbad, in early 2012. I took the part of Stollen's General von Tschatschke, of course, and the part of Zichenau's evil, conniving, and tactically more astute General de Latte was played by the mysterious Mr. Horne in Australia (the man behind the Duchy of Alzheim, one of my painting, collecting, and blogging inspirations).
The figures pictured above include a slew of RSM95s plus some Revell Plastics, metal Spencer Smiths, a few by Garrison, plus a MiniFig or three, and a regiment of blue-coated infantry figures that were a shot-lived brand known as Huzzah! Miniatures. These were marketed as 30mm "old school" at pretty reasonable prices, but, sadly, they never quite took off after initial promising releases. I seem to recall that there was a serious family illness or something similar that interrupted the proprietor's efforts to establish his brand firmly within the marketplace (understandably so), and he simply disappeared after that.
At any rate, we conducted our game via email until new, rambunctious, and extremely naughty kittens on my end caused a bad case of Felinus Interruptus one night, and things had to be cleared up. Sadly, that meant we were never able to fight the game to a natural conclusion, but I believe General de Latte gave me a pretty hard pounding up to that point. Tabletop generalship does not seem to be one of my particular fortes.
Initial Stollenian positions during the Sawmill Village refight, fought via email between Jeff Huddleson and myself, during late April and May 2009.