We will expand the list over time. Please contact us if you have a site or blog that you think would be of interest.
Militaria and Collections
The International Napoleonic Society, founded by Ben Weider who sadly passed away in October 2010 and dedicated to the study of Napoleon, the period and his legacy.
Napoleon.org, a first port of call for anyone interested in the period.
The Napoleon series; ditto above.
History of the Peninsular War featuring detailed descriptions of the campaigns and battles, both major and minor. A fabulous source for wargames scenarios.
An historical-tourism site following the Emperor's route from Golfe Juan to Paris.
Blog dedicated to Napoleon's first campaign in Italy, 1796-97.
Orders of Battle, Flags and Uniforms
A history of the uniforms of nations allied to the French 1804–1814.
A growing catalogue of the uniforms of the 100-days campaign. Expanding to include every uniform, every formation, every nation.
Figure manufacturer provides this extensive, free source of information about uniforms, with a strong focus on the Napoleonic period.
Another site with loads of great information on the Napoleonic wars (in French).
More modelling than wargaming. Richard's blog of "works-in-progress from my mainly 1/72 (20mm) and 25mm (28mm) toy projects as well as other hobby-related bits and pieces".
blog de curro
A professional blog of lovely historical dioramas.
Der Kleine Soldat
As the name suggests, Shad Schoenke's blog is about modelling and diorama building in 1/72nd scale.
Fog' s Soldiers blog
Fog' s Soldiers is a professional miniature painting service... in this blog you' ll be able to find example of our painting work, news on our preferred games and painting guides".
Geschichte in Miniaturen_diorama of 1813
Three beautiful dioramas of sections of the Battle of Leipzig—Cröbern, Möckern and Auenhain— in 1/72nd scale. A wonderful website detailing the research, production and resulting dioramas.
History in 1/72
A group of enthusiast, mostly from Germany, who create dioramas of historical battles in 1/72nd scale.
Creating custom miniatures art and projects around the globe.
Paul's painting, converting and modelling 1/72nd 'bods'.
Blog and website of professional artist Clarence Harrison's
1er Régiment Etranger La Tour d'Auvergne
Xème Escadron - Chasseur à Cheval de la Garde Impériale
Grenadiers a Cheval
Musique de la Garde Imperiale de Dijon
Napoleonic Wargaming Society
Perth's premier figure-wargaming club. Also on blogger.
Histoire et Sortilèges
The site of the French wargaming, role-playing and board gaming club.
A French wargaming club in Floirac, Bordeaux, France
NapNuts Singapore Wargames Club
Historical miniature wargamers based in Singapore and authors of some great free rules.
Nunawading Wargames Association
Wargames club in Melbourne, "for those who enjoy wargaming socially with miniatures, strategy games and role playing games".
Serpentine War Game Club
Like us, a wargame club in rural Western Australia, Albany in their case, who use 1/72nd scale figures.
(Focus on 1/72nd Napoleonics, chiefly plastic)
The information here records that "British company set up in the late Eighties. The moulds of these sets were passed on to Revell and I believe are now owned by Imex"
The original and still some of our favourite figures. They no longer produce their Napoleonic range, although these are available from other manufacturers such as Hät, Mars
The Plastic Pelisse
A blog and fabulous resource for wargamers and modellers who use 1/72nd/20 mm figures, featuring images comparing various metal ranges to plastic ranges for similar subjects.
Some great sets, but only a small range and the Napoleonics are largely out of production.
Produces excellent, animated, 'chunky' figures. Not to everyone's liking, but a favourite of ours. Their early French carabiniers is one of my favourite sets.
A small range of excellent sets filling gaps left by other manufacturers.
A French manufacturer with a small range of figures and some interesting 'extras', such as casualties.
Classic style figures and some of the finest castings in 1/72nd plastic. Unfortunately they seem to be moving from full boxes in favour of their small 'art of tactic' sets.