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In memory of Gaz aka Allsirgarnet: ACG Waterloo Campaign

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  • #31
    Prussian Order of Battle...

    Commander: Field Marshal Gebhard von Blucher.

    Chief of Staff: General Augustus Gneisenau.


    I Corps Gen Hans von Ziethen 32,500 men, 96 guns

    12th, 24th; 1st Westphalian Landwehr Gen Steinmetz
    2nd, 28th; 2nd Westphalian Landwehr Gen Pirch II
    7th, 29th; 3rd Westphalian Landwehr Gen Jagow
    19th; 4th Westphalian Landwehr Gen Donnersmarck
    I Corps Cavalry Gen Rider
    2nd. 5th Dragoons, Brandenburg Uhlans Gen Treskow
    6th Uhlans, 1st & 2nd Kurmark Landwehr, 1st Silesian Hussars, 1st Westphalian Landwehr Gen Lutzow
    Artillery Gen Lehmann
    3 horse, 1 howitzer & 11 foot batteries


    II Corps Gen Georg Pirch 33,000 men, 85 guns

    2nd, 25th; 5th Westphalian Landwehr Gen Tippelskirch
    9th, 26th; 1st Elbe Landwehr Gen Kraft
    14th, 22th; 2nd Elbe Landwehr Gen Bose
    II Corps Cavalry Gen Wahlen-Jurgass
    Silesian Uhlans, 6th Dragoons, 11th Hussars Gen Thumen
    1st Dragoons, 4th Kurmark Landwehr Gen Schulenburg
    3rd, 5th Hussars, 5th Kurmark Landwehr, Elbe Landwehr Gen Sohr
    Artillery Gen Rohl
    3 horse & 7 foot batteries


    III Corps Gen Johan Thielmann 25,000 men, 48 guns

    8th, 36th; 1st Kurmark Landwehr Gen Borcke
    27th; 2nd Kurmark Landwehr Gen Kampfen
    3rd & 4th Kurmark Landwehr Gen Luck
    31st; 5th & 6th Kurmark Landwehr Gen Stulpnagel
    III Corps Cavalry Gen Hobe
    7th, 8th Uhlans, 9th Hussars Gen Marwitz
    5th Uhlans, 7th Dragoons, 3rd & 6th Kurmark Cavalry Gen Lottum
    Artillery Gen Mohnhaupt
    3 horse & 3 foot batteries


    IV Corps Gen Friedrich von Bulow 32,000 men, 132 guns

    10th; 2nd & 3rd Neumark Landwehr Gen Hacke
    11th; 1st & 2nd Pomeranian Landwehr Gen Ryssel
    18th; 3rd & 4th Silesian Landwehr Gen Losthin
    15th; 1st & 2nd Silesian Landwehr Gen Hiller
    IV Corps Cavalry Prince William of Prussia
    1st Uhlans, 2nd & 8th Hussars Gen Sydow
    10 Hussars, 1st & 2nd Neumark Landwehr, 1st & 2nd Pomeranian Landwehr Gen Schwerin
    1st, 2nd & 3rd Silesian Landwehr Gen Watzdorf
    Artillery Gen Bardeleben
    3 horse & 8 foot batteries


    Gaz

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    • #32
      OK cool, give me some troops Gaz!
      SPORTS FREAK/ PANZERBLITZ COMMANDER/ CC2 COMMANDER

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      • #33
        Originally posted by dgfred View Post
        OK cool, give me some troops Gaz!
        Greg,

        choose your prefered command and i'll add you to the list. The following are already taken...

        Napoleon (Fr) C-in-C - Stratego
        D'Erlon (Fr) I Corps - Legate
        Reille (Fr) II Corps - Post Captain
        Lobau (Fr) VI Corps - General Brock
        Ney (Fr) Wing Command - Zouave

        Orange (Al) I Corps - Torien
        Hill (Al) II Corps - Captain General

        Blucher (Pr) C-in-C - Captainsennef
        Zieten (Pr) I Corps - Grognard
        Bulow (Pr) IV Corps - dgfred


        Good luck

        Gaz
        Last edited by allsirgarnet; 23 Dec 08, 08:11.

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        • #34
          Give me Bulow , his first name 'Friedrich' is close to my

          last 'Frederick' . Should be fun Gaz.
          SPORTS FREAK/ PANZERBLITZ COMMANDER/ CC2 COMMANDER

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          • #35
            Originally posted by General Brock View Post
            Gaz -

            Sounds like fun just to let you know I have not done this before but will try, if Lobau's IV Corp is open I will try it, remember be easy on me I am a rookie.

            Regards
            James
            Gaz, I will have to echo what GB said but hey, I am game.
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            • #36
              Originally posted by bass_man86 View Post
              Gaz, I will have to echo what GB said but hey, I am game.
              Mario.

              Take a look at the OOB's, check which commanders are taken and then make your choice.

              Gaz

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              • #37
                Originally posted by dgfred View Post
                Give me Bulow , his first name 'Friedrich' is close to my

                last 'Frederick' . Should be fun Gaz.

                Welcome Bülow. von Ziethen ist schon here.

                In a day or so, when we have two or three more generals,
                we will have our first staff meeting.



                In the meantime please do some map study (great maps BTW Gaz) and note down the issues you want to discuss.

                Once the Allies have appointed a commander I'll contact him.
                BTW: the position of Prussian liaison officer with Wellington's staff (general von Müffling) is still open too...

                Blücher
                Last edited by Colonel Sennef; 22 Dec 08, 15:39.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by captainsennef View Post
                  Welcome Bülow. von Ziethen ist schon here.

                  In a day or so, when we have two or three more generals,
                  we will have our first staff meeting.



                  In the meantime please do some map study (great maps BTW Gaz) and note down the issues you want to discuss.

                  Once the Allies have appointed a commander I'll contact him.
                  BTW: the position of Prussian liaison officer with Wellington's staff (general von Müffling) is still open too...

                  Blücher
                  Welcome Bulow,

                  Am studying the maps, commandant FM Blucher

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                  • #39
                    I've quickly adjusted one of Zouaves maps with paintbox, and taken off the historical movements.



                    It should hopefully make planning a little easier.

                    Gaz

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by allsirgarnet View Post
                      I've quickly adjusted one of Zouaves maps with paintbox, and taken off the historical movements.



                      It should hopefully make planning a little easier.

                      Gaz
                      Fantastic map. Will rep you 28th .
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                      • #41
                        Thy look like the maps from Esposito's West point Atlas

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                        • #42
                          Looks like the Allies will have to await the arrival of Wellington.


                          Orange (Al) I Corps - Torien
                          Hill (Al) II Corps - Captain General

                          Captain General and I will have the Corps ready for battle!

                          Great work Gaz!
                          And nice maps Zouave!
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                          • #43
                            Great job, Gaz!

                            We have to establish some rules:

                            -How far a unit can advance in a single turn ( in miles or kms? ). For example, a cavalry division moves faster than an infantry division or an infantry corps.

                            -What is the expected duration of a turn? I'm ok with 2 hours per turn.

                            -The influence of terrain and weather.
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                            • #44
                              Ok, I'll play the Emperor...beware though, I have stomach problems...
                              Can I put Davout in overall command and leave Ney in Paris????



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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by grognard View Post
                                Thy look like the maps from Esposito's West point Atlas
                                Right on the money.
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