Tag Archives: Napoleonic

Battle of Wachau 1813 – 20th-22nd April 2018 Rules ItGM

Wachau

The southern half of the Battle of the Nations. Over 8,000 figures.
Can you crush the Allies before the reserves arrive, or will you release the might of the combined Allied Guard and smash the upstart once and for all! Continue reading

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Dresden 1813 26th -28th January 2018

Dresden

largest battles in Napoleonic History! Iconic terrain such as the Gross- Garten the rain Continue reading

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Austerlitz 1805 on the 2nd Dec. 2017

Austerlitz

Triumph again as the French or Crush the Tyrant of Europe as the Russo-Austrians. Continue reading

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Battle of Abensburg-Echmuhl 1809 In the Grand Manner 7th -9th July 2017

Abensburg

One of the battles preceding Wagram, Napoleon has invaded the Austrian Empire to teach The Austrian Emperor a lesson once and for all Continue reading

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Battle of Chateau Thierry 1814 Nap. In the Grand Manner; May 12-14th 2017

Chateau-Thierry

Here is a great chance to refight one of Napoleon’s masterpieces, some would say his best performance as a General. Will you step up to put down the Ogre of Europe once and for Continue reading

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Napoleonic Campaign week

Ransdorf

A chance to play one of our Mega Games, one big battle over four and a half days. This time around it will be one of our What if Battles with Ransdorf 1813.
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Battle of Aspern Essling 1809 (Nap)

Aspern

Battle of Aspern-Essling (21–22 May 1809), Napoleon attempted a forced crossing of the Danube near Vienna, but the French and their allies were driven back by the Austrians under Archduke Charles. Continue reading

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Battle of Aspern-Essling 1809 (NAP.) (11th to 13th Sept.)

Aspern

Battle of Aspern-Essling (21–22 May 1809), Napoleon attempted a forced crossing of the Danube near Vienna, but the French and Continue reading

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