I've been re-reading 'BAR' (Batailles de l' Ancien Regime) and decided to give them another go but this time using the larger of the two ground scales to speed the game along . The forces have to capture the two objectives - the bridge and the windmill .
'Windy' Miller and his son don't realise they are an objective !.
The Saxon Light Cavalry is commanded by Gen. Baron G. Wrangel, a Swede in the service of the French and his force comprises of the Saxon Hussars Von Schill and the Graf Renard Ulhans .
The Allies Cavalry is commanded by General Wartenburg who is accompanied by his faithful hound 'Moritz' . Scheither's Carabiniers lead the column followed by the Prussia Ruesch Hussars
The Saxon force's Commander in Chief is General Moutors a capable young man (in his own estimation) (and an Irregular 40mm figure).
The Allies are commanded by General 'Jung Fritz' Swartzenburg , his striking resemblance to Frederick the Great is the cause of gossip that he is an illegitimate son by a youthful dalliance at the Saxon court with a Hungarian Countess !? .
The Saxon Lieb Garde Grenadiers cut across country to the stream and try and capture the windmill .
The Brunswick Regiment Von Zastrow also leaves the road to move towards the objectives .
The Saxon Hussars cross the bridge and deploy but are charged by the Carabiniers and driven back .
The Saxon Hussars rout but Scheither's Carabiniers are disciplined enough not to pursue ! .
General Moutors attempts to rally the Hussars ! . Too be continued.............