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A Quick Guide on how to join.

Go to the Forgotten honor site as noted in the pic above.



Step 1 Become a member.

- Click on Register on the top left corner.

- Follow the instructions.

- Read the Forum Rules.

Step 2 Signup for a Campaign / Regiment.

- Click on Campaign Signups

- Scroll dawn till you see Mount & Blade Warband - Napoleonic Wars.

- Click Prussia and then click Start Registration.

- Follow the instructions.

- If all thats finished you will receive a Private Messages with a welcoming, rules, and forum link.

- Enjoy

If something still isnt clear contact us on steam and we help you out.

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Ranks of the Regiment!


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A short history of Prussia's

24th Infantry Regiment

Oberstlieutenant Dallas Gavan

2. Westpr. IR Nr. 7

I Korps

Königlich Preußische Armee

The 24. Infanterie-Regiment was formed on 1 July, 1813. The regiment was formed from 3rd East Prussian Reserve Battalion and the 4th and 5th Reserve Battalions of the Leib-Infanterie-Regiment. It was titled 12th Reserve Infantry Regiment at this time and was considered to be an ad-hoc and temporary unit. With the reorganisation of the Prussian army in March 1815, the unit was made a part of the new regular army, taking the title 24th Infantry Regiment on 26 April 1815. The regiment was not officially granted the title "4. Brandenburisches IR Nr 24" until 10 March 1823.

The organisation of three battalions (two musketeer and one fusilier, or light, battalion) was the same as the other infantry regiments. The regiment had no colours until 3 September 1815, when new colours were presented to the unit in Paris. The Duke of Wellington was one of those who was invited to nail the new colours to the colour pike.

The regiment first saw action as a regiment at Goldberg, where it captured two 8lb guns. It was present at all the major battles of the latter half of 1813. At Möckern it captured another gun but lost 12 officers and 773 men in the fighting.

In 1814 the regiment fought through France, being engaged at St Avold, Metz, Laon (captured three guns) and finally Paris.

In 1815 the regiment was part of 1. Brigade, I Korps and was present at Gosselies, Ligny (where the regiment lost 14 officers and 340 men)and finally La Belle Alliance, where another 7 officers and 137 men fell fighting the French.

For its service the unit was awarded the following decorations:

18 Iron Cross 1st Class

177 Iron Cross 2nd Class

Formed from reserve battalions, the unit wore a number of different uniforms in its ranks though the officers, NCO and some men wore the correct uniforms (with scarlet facings and sky blue shoulder straps) in 1815.

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Just a small up date guys!

our custom flag and standard is now in game.. pic:


also our new server is now up!


that's all for now guys.

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