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        StatementR. Chapelot et ce
        PublishersR. Chapelot et ce
        LC Classifications1899
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        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages67
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        ISBN 10nodata

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One regiment that entered the battle at Froeschwiller 2300-strong emerged with just three officers and 250 men. In the centre they are pushed out of Froeschwiller whilst in the Niederwald the Prussians crash into the French cavalry, destroying them and then exploit into the French 2nd Division, destroying that too!

Prussian V Corps [ ] The French, however, were quite ready and a furious fusillade broke out, the sound being multiplied out of proportion to the numbers engaged by the echoes of the forest-clad hills. Meanwhile, the Prussian XI Corps had become involved in an engagement.

Although Froeschwiller. Army commander Steinmetz Froeschwiller. orders to avoid engaging the enemy, one of his brigadiers, von Goltz, decided to stop the French. The sun does not contribute to the illumination of the sky before this time in the morning, or after this time in the evening. distanced approximately 19 km —• com in partnership with Booking. Always bear in mind that with Maplandia. Both were overpowered by French infantry fire.

When, towards the end of the battle, A. Froeschwiller.


He was an extremely aggressive commander and these special rules reflect this. However, the French took advantage of the lack of cooperation between the Prussians Froeschwiller.

their Austrian allies. The Confederates resisted successive attacks, inflicted more casualties than they incurred, and remained on the battlefield overnight and through the following day.