|Overhead view of the town of Altenburg, where the Prussian army established Winter quarters.|
The Prussian army will soon be breaking camp and marching off to their first campaign of the year. So it seems like a good opportunity to show some pictures of the Prussian camp before all of the tents and things come down.
Since the army is spending the Winter here in the town of Altenburg, there is sufficient time to add such amenities as a sentry box and toll gate on the entrance to the camp.
|The sentry box outside of the town.|
|A view of the Prussian field bakery.|
The field forge and blacksmith's shop have been particularly busy over the Winter as many of the horses get new shoes for the coming year.
|The Prussian field forge takes up quarters in the town.|
|Another view of the blacksmith's domain.|
|The military tent city and the King's headquarters in the aptly named "Gasthaus Alter Fritz" (modelled after a building of the same in the town of Hochkirch in Germany.|
|The King holds an informal meeting with some of his staff.|
|Another view of the tent encampment.|
After the Prussians break camp we shall see how things are going in the nearby Austrian camp.