Tuesday, 10 February 2015

We Won The War

The Campaign of Nations has come to a magnificent conclusion with the ultimate(?), decisive Battle of Lubben.

Fought on 12–13 September 1813 (fictions), the battle involved three French corps, including the Imperial Guard, pitted against , ending in a hard-fought French victory.

See the report of the battle here.

This great battle likely brings to a conclusion this marvellous campaign, which was run expertly and generously by David 'MurdocK'. No doubt a summary of the campaign will follow soon describing the capture of Berlin, aggressive attacks of Marshal Blücher (leading his largely Russian army), strange actions of the King of Prussia and the constant question at Allied Headquarters: "Où est Bonaparte?"

Click this link to go to the campaign blog.

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Wargaming Waterloo 2015

This is a shameless 'plug' for our sister blog, Wargaming Waterloo 2015, which contains photos of and links to games of the Napoleonic bicentennial years.

Here is a selection of photos from recent games featured on the blog.


A link is provided back to the full report of each game.

A series of tabs at the top of the blog feature links to reports of bicentennial games that have already been played relating to battles from

1792–1811 : 1992–2011
1812 : 2012 : incl. War of 1812 (–15)
1813 : 2013
1814 : 2014
1815 : 2015

These are updated regularly.

Your game not there? Please let me know.