Cavalry Brigade with two small regiments, one of Dragoons, one tough Cuirassiers
Infantry Brigade with 4 Hungarian battalions and one Grenadier
Infantry Brigade with 2 Grenadier battalions and two 12 per gun batteries
My Prussians were more numerous but lower quality generally..
Cavalry Brigade of Dragoons and Hussars. Both regiments larger than the Austrians
Infantry Brigade with 3 Landwehr battalions, Two line musket and 1 Light (Fusilier), supported by a medium Gun battery
Infantry Brigade with 3 Landwehr Battalions, Two Reserve infantry battalions and a medium gun battery in support
As we were playing on fairly small table, I struggled to deploy my fat blue line with any room for manoeuvre.. however, I placed my horse out on the left, decided to hold the centre with one Infantry brigade and to push on my right with the other.
(Only had my phone again, and in poor light, so apologies for crap pictures..)
|Early moves, Prussians on the left|
The Austrians came on in good order in the centre, taking just about enough fire to keep them at bay, whilst stretched command distances made my right wing very slow to move into position.
|The main lines draw closer|
|Reserves manoevre on the Prussian Right|
|The Armchairs (!) form a stout line|
|The cavalry about to join|
Our battle drew to a close before we really reached a proper outcome but our analysis was that it was fairly balanced at that point..
|The climax of the action|