Vae Victis 142 Corbach 1760

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VaeVictis 142 Corbach 1760

Vae Victis magazine is in French, but in each number you can find a whole wargame language independant with the English rules available from VAE VICTIS web site. VaeVictis 142 Special Issue including Corbach 1760, wargame with die-cut counters.

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Game description

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Hobby

    French Consim

Art of War

    1759-1760 - Seven Years War, French campaign in the Western Germany

Wargame

    Corbach 1760

July 1760, Broglie – at the offensive in Germany – was with the main french forces in Frankenberg in Hesse, 30 km south of Corbach. He ordered Saint Germain to join him with the Army of the Rhine. Ferdinand, duke of Brunswick, stationed 10 km east of Corbach, send the Erbprinz of Brunswick to prevent the junction of the two french armies. The Prinz having made contact with Kielmansegg Corps decide to attack what he though was only the vanguard of St Germain. However Broglie himself with six brigades arrived on the battlefield while some german reinforcement force-marched to join the fight.

Corbach 1760 use the same system than Hastenbeck 1757 published in VaeVictis 126 with a slightly different scale.

 Scale :

    One combat point = 150 to 250 men
    One hex = 200-250 m
    One turn = 30 mn


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