Friday, April 8, 2011

Battle of Uelzen - Move 6

1300-1400 24 July 1813

Table at the start of move 6

French have move their reserve brigade to support left flank

Prussian right wing advance to engage enemy

General Reynier – 6CP – Hold Orders

Artillery fire on infantry – no casualties

Right hand brigade form square to protect gunners

Remaining infantry form column of attack

Limber artillery

Prussian cavalry move forward to charge French guns

General Kleist – 6CP – Engage Orders

Artillery fire on infantry – no casualties

Move general to centre of corps

Cavalry advance within charge range of enemy guns

Landwehr brigade form column of attack

Move general closer to artillery

Notes on Game

The Prussian general has to use CP to move within command range of cavalry, and then back into command range of artillery.

The French guns have limbered to redeploy to cover their left flank.

In doing so they expose themselves to a possible charge from the enemy cavalry.

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