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THE LAST SUCCESS: Quadrigame of the War Against Austria April - July 1809

THE LAST SUCCESS: Quadrigame of the War Against Austria April - July 1809
by Zucker, Kevin

1-OSG202

BATTLES:

ABENSBERG-19-20 April 1809 Crisis on the Danube
ECKMUHL-22-23 April 1809 Napoleon vs. the Archduke Charles
ASPERN-ESSLING-21-22 May 1809 Passage of the Danube
WAGRAM-5-6 July 1809 Battle on the Marchfeld

DESCRIPTION
Napoleon's Last Battles System, following Four Lost Battles: 525 yards (480 meters) per hex, 1 hour per turn, 400-800 men per strength point. Each game lasts about 40 turns.

These four games explore the major battles of 1809, where the French Army encountered a modernized Austrian Army under the capable Archduke Charles. Each game shows the approach to the battlefield on the day before battle. The Aspern-Essling and Wagram battlefields are on one map. Set at the scale of Napoleon's Last Battles-525 yards per hex and one hour turns-the game retains the Command System of Commanders and Corps Officers.

COMPONENTS
Three 22 x 34-inch full-color maps
Two Rulebooks (32 pages and 28 pages)
One game box
Two counter sheets = 560 units
Two Four-page folders
Four player aid cards

1 vol, 1 pgs 2012 US, OSG
NEW-boxed ......$109.00 spc

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