420 Wavre (18 June 1815)

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6 years 10 months ago #2042 by alecrespi

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2 years 5 months ago #5768 by Hawkmoon
Replied by Hawkmoon on topic 420 Wavre (18 June 1815)
Played last evening. Two close victories for myself (I've beaten the Indian Sign !!!) against Guillaume.
1st game : 8/6 for the Prussians (2 Recon cards played) after a 6/2 situation held by the Prussian (French was very helped by La Grande Manoeuvre card).
2nd game : 8/7 for the French. I was leaded 5/1 and then 7/3 (3 Recon cards played) but Prussian units on the French left were all weakened and and couldn't resist the french advance despite an attack on the centre searching for the last medail unfortunately not gained...

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2 months 5 days ago #7325 by fritzsan
Replied by fritzsan on topic 420 Wavre (18 June 1815)
i guess that the church and town/windmill are under the two prussians on the south side of the river, but what one is what?

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2 months 5 days ago #7326 by Mark-McG
Replied by Mark-McG on topic 420 Wavre (18 June 1815)
the windmill is under the LN, and the Church under the RI

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