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Saratoga (2nd Day) - 9 May 1815

Historical Background
With victory at Plattsburg, the British Government decided to force the issue in the ongoing war with the United States and sent „The Iron Duke? along with massive reinforcements to Canada. In desperation, President Madison decided to send Andrew Jackson north to face the British advance down the old invasion route of Lake Champlain and the Hudson River. The two armies took up positions on the old Revolutionary War battlefield of Saratoga.
The United States forces, consisting of mainly militia stiffened by some regular US army units, set up lines along Bemis Heights anchored by an entrenched battery of artillery at The Point. Wellington’s forces of Peninsular veterans with the support of various Canadian units anticipated an easy victory against the poorly trained and equipped militia whose loyalty to the US was questionable. After a bloody repulse on the 8th, Wellington tried again to sweep the Americans away.
Based on the book “Redcoat?s Revenge” by Col. David Fitz-Enz printed 2008.
The stage is set. The battle lines are drawn and you are in command. Can you change history?


Set-Up Order

Forest 14
Hill 17
HillEntrenchments 1
HillRugged 3
River 3
RiverBend 4


Battle Notes

British Army
Commander: The Duke of Wellington
5 Command Cards
Move First

Line Infantry Light Infantry Rifle Infantry Light Cavalry Foot Artillery General
8 1 1 1 3 3

French Army
Commander: Major General Andrew Jackson
4 Command Cards

Line Infantry Light Infantry Light Cavalry Foot Artillery General   Militia Infantry
4 1 1 3 2   7


8 Banners

Special Rules
Infantry firing on „The Point‟ redoubt lose one extra die when firing through the redoubt itself in addition to hill and normal redoubt effects.

Use French blocks for US Regular units and Portuguese Line blocks for US Militia units.

Use user created Rocket Units.


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