Over the course of the battle the snow remained pretty much a constant, visibility was poor and only a couple of instances of snow blindness had occurred. Most of the flank activity had been severely hindered by the weather, through collisions and threat from cavalry.
In the centre from the south village of Serpallen along the small ridge and on to the central plain in the north the ground was covered with French and Russian troops closing for the final assault.
Heudelet's attack on the village of Serpallen.
You can see at this point that the village has been vacated by the defenders.
Davout was pinned with the Cavalry of Prince Galitzin’s cavalry reserve and the village of Serpallen, forming the apex in the right angle between this flank and the front line, was now the key point for the French.
The French Guard Cavalry supporting the central assault.
More figures from the Connoisseur Miniatures range.
The squadrons of Guard heavy and Lights fly in!
Nearly all the Cavalry here are from the Connoisseur range of miniatures
Both sides realised this and the time was coming for the push through. Who would go first?
Wathier's light cavalry encounter some of the Russian Dragoons looking to meddle with the assault on the village.
All these figures are from the Connoisseur range.
Well I am afraid you’ll have to wait until Thursday next week as I am away for a week!
Still I promise, it will be worth the wait.