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    Nice homepage Bradley you do a nice job congrats !
    Captain P. Clebrune
    Commander of
    Company F "French Legion"

    In 6th Louisana Tiger Batallion


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    Le 6e d'infanterie de Louisiane, sous la direction du Major-général Paioletti, est devenu l'un des plus grandes et le plus active dans le jeux War Of RIghts, et aussi l'une des plus respectés sur le champ de bataille. Des attaquants implacables, le sixième de Louisiane, défenseurs et tenaces de l'Infanterie de la Louisiane ont gagné le surnom, "les tigres."

    Nous avons besoin maintenant, des soldats francophones pour combler notre deuxième section de compagnie B. C'est la seule unité française dans war of rights et cela est à 100 % vrai dans l’histoire de cette unité de Louisiane.

    La plus grande et la plus cosmopolite du pays dans les états confédérés était la Nouvelle Orléans, en Louisiane. Compte tenu de son port animé, débordant avec des exportations de coton, "roi", et de la canne à sucre, du tabac et de la riche histoire de l'état français et de l'occupation espagnole, lorsque la Confédération a lancé un appel aux volontaires pour défendre le pays contre l'invasion du Nord, les personnes nées au Canada d’origine française, italiens, irlandais, Allemands, et créoles se sont ralliés à leur pays d'adoption. Le sixième d'infanterie de Louisiane, bientôt connu sous le nom de "Tigres", avait plus de deux cent cinquante nationalités sur son étandar.

    Contactez les sergents. Cleburne et Redleader

    Sgt. Cleburne

    Sgt. Redleader


    Attention! French-speaking soldiers needed!

    The Sixth Louisiana Infantry, under the leadership of Maj. Gen. Paioletti, has become one of the largest and most active units in the War of Rights community, and also one of the most respected on the field of battle. Unrelenting attackers, bitterly tenacious defenders, the Sixth Louisiana Infantry have earned the nickname, “Tigers.”

    We are now calling for French-speaking soldiers to fill our SECOND PLATOON of Company B. This is the only French unit in the War of Rights community and it is 100% historically correct for the Louisiana Brigade.

    The largest and most ethnically diverse city in the Confederate States was New Orleans, Louisiana. Given its bustling port, overflowing with exports of “King Cotton,” tobacco, and sugarcane, and the state’s rich history of both French and Spanish occupation, when the Confederacy called for volunteers to defend the country against Northern invasion, entire companies of native born French, Italians, Irish, Germans, and Creoles rallied to their adopted country’s flag. The Sixth Louisiana Infantry, soon known as the “Tigers”, had over two hundred and fifty nationalities on its muster roll.


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    The "GREAT UNION CHARGE!!" that Pixelated Apollo named his latest video for was conducted by none other than the Sixth Louisiana Infantry. Excellent work, men!

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    The "GREAT UNION CHARGE!!" that Pixelated Apollo named his latest video for was conducted by none other than the Sixth Louisiana Infantry. Excellent work, men!
    Specialy leading by Col Madden ^^
    Captain P. Clebrune
    Commander of
    Company F "French Legion"

    In 6th Louisana Tiger Batallion


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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thLouisianaTigers View Post




    Le 6e d'infanterie de Louisiane, sous la direction du Major-général Paioletti, est devenu l'un des plus grandes et le plus active dans le jeux War Of RIghts, et aussi l'une des plus respectés sur le champ de bataille. Des attaquants implacables, le sixième de Louisiane, défenseurs et tenaces de l'Infanterie de la Louisiane ont gagné le surnom, "les tigres."

    Nous avons besoin maintenant, des soldats francophones pour combler notre deuxième section de compagnie B. C'est la seule unité française dans war of rights et cela est à 100 % vrai dans l’histoire de cette unité de Louisiane.

    La plus grande et la plus cosmopolite du pays dans les états confédérés était la Nouvelle Orléans, en Louisiane. Compte tenu de son port animé, débordant avec des exportations de coton, "roi", et de la canne à sucre, du tabac et de la riche histoire de l'état français et de l'occupation espagnole, lorsque la Confédération a lancé un appel aux volontaires pour défendre le pays contre l'invasion du Nord, les personnes nées au Canada d’origine française, italiens, irlandais, Allemands, et créoles se sont ralliés à leur pays d'adoption. Le sixième d'infanterie de Louisiane, bientôt connu sous le nom de "Tigres", avait plus de deux cent cinquante nationalités sur son étandar.

    Contactez les sergents. Cleburne et Redleader

    Sgt. Cleburne

    Sgt. Redleader


    Attention! French-speaking soldiers needed!

    The Sixth Louisiana Infantry, under the leadership of Maj. Gen. Paioletti, has become one of the largest and most active units in the War of Rights community, and also one of the most respected on the field of battle. Unrelenting attackers, bitterly tenacious defenders, the Sixth Louisiana Infantry have earned the nickname, “Tigers.”

    We are now calling for French-speaking soldiers to fill our SECOND PLATOON of Company B. This is the only French unit in the War of Rights community and it is 100% historically correct for the Louisiana Brigade.

    The largest and most ethnically diverse city in the Confederate States was New Orleans, Louisiana. Given its bustling port, overflowing with exports of “King Cotton,” tobacco, and sugarcane, and the state’s rich history of both French and Spanish occupation, when the Confederacy called for volunteers to defend the country against Northern invasion, entire companies of native born French, Italians, Irish, Germans, and Creoles rallied to their adopted country’s flag. The Sixth Louisiana Infantry, soon known as the “Tigers”, had over two hundred and fifty nationalities on its muster roll.

    Thanks Bradley you do a awsome work agins appreciate your help !
    Quote Originally Posted by 6thLouisianaTigers View Post


    The "GREAT UNION CHARGE!!" that Pixelated Apollo named his latest video for was conducted by none other than the Sixth Louisiana Infantry. Excellent work, men!
    Specialy leading by Col Madden ^^
    Captain P. Clebrune
    Commander of
    Company F "French Legion"

    In 6th Louisana Tiger Batallion


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    Soldiers of the 6th Louisiana, today Saturday March 10th there are 2 large scale events beginning at 3pm EST and 8pm EST. This is a full effort community push to reach the 150 man mark. Event will begin in the drill camp with a short drill and the choosing of officers. From there it will roll into the skirmish map for at least 2 organized line battles. Pixelated Apollo will be there, along with several other youtubers to record this momentus event. Best of luck gentlemen!
    STONEWALL JACKSON'S II CORPS
    MAJOR GENERAL PAIOLETTI
    Commander of the 6th Louisiana Tigers

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    Excellent showing today, gentlemen!
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    Nice game last night ^^
    Captain P. Clebrune
    Commander of
    Company F "French Legion"

    In 6th Louisana Tiger Batallion


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    Hi gentlemens,

    i would like wishing a warm welcome to Rct Satiric, Rct Masthom, Rct Augustin Denis ! they are joining Co B on second platoon (french legion platoon). Special thanks to Pfc Cowles to send me 2 french speaker, apreciate your help my men !


    Houa !

    Sgt Cleburne
    6th LA Co B
    Chief of 2nd platoon
    Last edited by FIGHT Black phoenix; 03-16-2018 at 02:24 AM.
    Captain P. Clebrune
    Commander of
    Company F "French Legion"

    In 6th Louisana Tiger Batallion


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    HEADQUARTERS, SIXTH LOUISIANA
    MARCH 18

    A BRIEF MESSAGE FROM MAJ. GEN. PAIOLETTI,

    This afternoon the Sixth Louisiana held a very special promotion ceremony. Since opening Company B to recruiting just a week ago, over thirty new enlistments have begun to fill the IRISH GUARDS and FRENCH LEGION platoons. The logistics involved have made it necessary for the creation of Regimental Staff positions, which are as follows:

    1st Sgt. Freddie is promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant and will continue his roll as Regimental Quartermaster in charge of muster rolls.
    Cpl. DrunkenBagpiper is promoted to Sgt. Major and is now in charge of Regimental Drill.
    PFC Cowles is promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and is now in charge of Regimental Recruiting.
    Chaplain Bradley will continue his roll as the Regimental Chaplain.

    The following were promoted from Corporal to Sergeant: S.D, Co. A; Ruby, Co. A
    The following were promoted from Private First Class to Corporal: Cootjuh, Co. A; IRISHFEARG, Co. A; TheShootyBit, Co. A

    The following were promoted from Private to Private First Class: Super Bee, Co. A; Ben Clarke, Co. A; President, B Co.
    A number of our new Recruits were promoted to Private.

    Sgt. S.D. and Pvt. Hendershot have been awarded the II Corps' Confederate Campaign medal and 6th Louisiana's Tiger Campaign Ribbon, for over six months active service.
    Last edited by 6thLouisianaTigers; 03-19-2018 at 03:52 AM.

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