The battle continues, with the Prussians consolidating their flanks
|However, the southern side of Thiessen is retaken by the Italians that secure that flank for the Imperial forces.|
|In the other flank, the 2/1 Wurttemberg IR is broken by the combined Prussian attack of the 1/2nd Reserve IR and W. Prussia Uhlans ...|
|... forcing the Wurttemberg cavalry brigade to deploy in order to close the gap...|
|... but the East Prussian Uhlans rout and break the 3rd Wurttemberg Light Horse Regiment...|
|... while the 1/2nd Reserve is broken by the 1/1 Wurttemberg IR and the 2/8e Legere ...|
|The French artillery tries to halt the Prussian infantry, whereas the depleted and tired Prussian Uhlans fall back towards the Allied rearguard ...|
|... and the only remaining Wurttemberg line infantry battalion starts the counter-attack, supported by the full Blair's brigade|
Both flanks in Imperial hands and the Wurttemberger-French infantry advancing in the right flank, the Prussian attack is losing impulse. With both sides near the exhaustion level, the victory will fall on the side with more available reserves.
Watch this space!