Saturday, 3 July 2010

Duben is finished!

Generallieutenant Kapzevich, commander of the Russian 10th Corps, has saved his heavy baggage train from the vanguard of the French/Saxon VII Corps, commanded by the Général de Division Guilleminot. Düben is now in French hands, but the Russian column is retiring towards the north safety, thanks to a combination of rain, mud and a stubborn defense.

Saxons vs. RussiansAbove we can see the last combat of the day fought under the rain, between the square of the Russian Olonetz Infantry Regiment and the Saxon Hussar Regiment. Despite heavy losses, the Russians were able to stand the cavalry onslaught forcing the Saxons to retire.
Final view of the battlefield Last, a general view of the battlefield with the Russians leaving the battlefield under the protection of their cavalry and artillery, whereas the French/Saxons remain jammed around Düben and the bridge over the Mulde River.
A Russian victory without any doubt!


  1. Congratulations on a great game and on the Russians extricating themselves from a sticky situation!

  2. I can not believe that you have time to play, you must be glued to the TV watching Spain

  3. FB
    Yes the game was very exciting because the French/saxons had only a small chance and they don't profit it
    The joy of sologaming is that you can play in the little hours (1 or 2 a.m.) without disturbing nobody