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The Waterloo Kriegsspiel: Turn One (15th of June)

The situation at dawn on the 15th With the  introduction  and  Turn Zero  out of the way, let's look at the campaign proper; Turn One, the 15th of June 1815. French Opening Moves The weather is bright and sunny as the French began their attack at dawn, the Young Guard division under Duhesme driving North screened by Lefebvre's light cavalry. They brush the Prussian pickets aside, and with no significant Prussian presence South of the Sambre, reach the river by 10:00. Here their scouts report that only a single Prussian division holds the town; unfortunately for the French Vandamme has been slow bringing his Corps up, so instead of risking a frontal assault Marshal Grouchy instead orders Duhesme's men to head East and try and force a crossing at Chatelet. Over on the French left flank, Marshal Ney has clearly had a little too much vin rouge  the night before; he's late to rise, and this delays his attack. Still, he reaches the crossroads at Givry about 10:30 - an hour af

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