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2nd Battle of Friedland, KS Napoleon Battle Sunday, Nov. 29th

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Re: 2nd Battle of Friedland, KS Napoleon Battle Sunday, Nov. 29th

Post  Iberalc on Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:32 pm

It was really a noblemen's affair, whithout any interference from the masses of low value, expendable fightingmen.

Jeff did a very good job with the damned bavarians light horsemen one of the worst cavalry units IMHO. At the end of the battle, my best squadron was so worn out they wouldn't charge even a battalion of Russian skirmishers. Mad
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Post  Iberalc on Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:38 pm

Martin wrote:I made my usual panoramic montage of it

I think Kevin is the one in the center of the image, cleaning the pockets of the fallen. And half my horse can be seen on the left side.

I thought in Friedland the French had more and better cavalry. Surprised
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Post  Uncle Billy on Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:54 pm

I think Kevin is the one in the center of the image, cleaning the pockets of the fallen.
That's me. Just trying to tidy up the field a little. No sense in having all those pocket watches and napoleons and rubles going to waste. Very Happy

I thought in Friedland the French had more and better cavalry.
Yes, in 1807, but this was 1813.

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