Monday, June 1, 2009
British have left the cover of the hedge rows.
French heavy cavalry reinforcing the center. Bill - note the right flank of your battery!
Randy's battle line.
Randy's left flank.
I see Austrian hussars on the center table that are in position to charge into the flank or rear of our artillery. We must intercept with cavalry and place an infantry square on the right of the artillery battery to protect it. I hope that we have time to do so, or else we will lose two of our batteries on the next turn. It might be an optical illusion if the battery is really anchored on the woods across the table. Still I would put a square of infantry there to be sure.
British advance into the open without cavalry protection.
British defense of the farm yard and rifles in square.
Posted by Der Alte Fritz at 10:27 PM