The Saxon Garde form a column of companies as they prepare to cross the stream and capture the windmill .
The Uhlans deploy to capture the bridge .
'Jung Fritz' orders the Brunswickers to seize the windmill .
The first company of the Garde crosses the stream and opens fire on the Prussian Hussars .
Scheither's Carabiniers charge across the bridge into the Uhlans .
They drive the Uhlans back ! .
An overview of the battlefield , towards the top of the table the Brunswickers move up as the Saxons move another company across the stream to reinforce the company on the hill . The Saxon Hussars move to reinforce the Uhlans .
The lines exchange volleys - with the Saxons coming off worst .
The Hussars reinforce the melee .
Against the odds the Carabiniers drive back the combined Saxon cavalry ! .
The result is a draw and as it is the third round of the melee both sides have to retire .
The Brunswickers advance., get the drop on the Saxons and shoot first - causing heavy casualties , the Saxons fail the their morale test and flee ! ,. The Allies have captured the windmill ! .
The cavalry fall back to reform , but the Prussian Hussars arrive and take the bridge which was the second objective . The Saxon General decides it is time to retire as most of his army is disordered or fleeing . A convincing victory for the Allies . Using the larger ground/movement scale worked very well and sped the game along greatly , which I find is a great advantage when you are playing solo .