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Austerlitz 1805 Napoleon's Greatest Victory

Austerlitz 1805 Napoleon's Greatest Victory by GMT Games
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Manufacturer: GMT Games  Visit their site
Designer: David Fox
Players: 1 to 2
Time: 240 Minutes
Categories: Napoleonic
Mechanics: Hex and Counter
Simulation
Dice Rolling
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From the Publisher...

"Before tomorrow evening, that army will be mine."

So claimed Napoleon Bonaparte to his staff on the night of December 1, 1805, as he watched the Austro-Russian Allied army settle into its positions near Austerlitz for the battle that was certain to come the next morning. It was not an idle boast. Napoleon's Grande Armee mustered 75,000 men, well-led, superbly trained, and completely confident of victory. And the next day, they would win the most decisive victory of Napoleon's career.

The Battle of Austerlitz was Napoleon's tactical masterpiece. Facing an Allied army 72,000 men strong, he blocked a massive Allied flanking movement aimed at his right wing, launched an attack that smashed the Allied center, and then scattered the remnants so thoroughly that by the night of December 2nd the Allied Third Coalition was in ruins. The battle contained many moments of high drama: the French right wing holding on despite 3-to-1 odds, desperately waiting for help from Davout's corps rushing to the battlefield after an epic forced march; a massive cavalry melee fought on the northern half of the field between the opposing cavalry reserves; the clash of the French and Russian Imperial Guards on the Pratzen Heights that decided the course of the battle.

Game Components
Game Components
Four 22x34" full-color mapsheets
One 10-sided die
24-page Series Rule Book
20-page Scenario Rule & Play Book
1 11x17 Player Aid Card
1 8.5x11 Command Card

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