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Napoleonic Battles Series

Republican Bayonets on the Rhine [RBR]
On 17 June 1789, the Third Estate of the "Estates-General" of France declared themselves redefined as the "National Assembly" begining one of the greatest events in history...
Campaign Marengo
Like a lightning bolt falling from the heavens, Napoleon Bonaparte's Army of the Reserve descended out of the Alps upon the plains of Piedmont in late May of 1800 and into the annals of glory.
Boneparte's Peninsular War [BPW]
The Peninsular War was one of the longest and most drawn-out campaigns of the Napoleonic War; a piece of Imperial regime change designed to close off the last European ports open to British trade, which instead developed into the "Spanish Ulcer"...
Campaign Bautzen
Between December 1812 and January of 1813 Napoleon's La Grande Armée limped back into Germany and Poland from the debacle that was the Russian campaign...
Campaign 1814
Following the decisive Battle of Leipzig the French retreated to the Rhine and beyond into France. Napoleon positioned his forces on the Rhine, in Holland and in Belgium and then left for Paris to build new field commands...
Campaign Leipzig
The dynamic battles of the Spring Campaign of 1813 had seen the French victorious at both Lutzen (May 2nd) and Bautzen (May 20-21). However, they lacked all of the essential elements of a great army to bring the war to a successful conclusion...
Campaign Austerlitz
Join Napoleon's legions as they march into Swabia to encircle the unfortunate General Mack. Continue on down the valley of the Danube as you pursue General Kutusov and his Russian hordes as they attempt to evade your mighty army. Capture Vienna and press on to meet up with destiny on the fields of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805...
Campaign Jena-Auerstaedt
In 1806, Napoleon took to the field against the Kingdom of Prussia, a saber-rattling queen, and several proud generals still clinging to a past of glory under Frederick the Great. In less than two weeks of campaigning the French were masters of Prussia and eastern Germany...
Campaign Waterloo
On 18 June 1815, south of the small Belgian hamlet Waterloo in what was then the Kingdom of the Netherlands, occurred one of the most decisive battles of history. Napoleon Bonaparte hoped to destroy the coalition armies arrayed against him by means of a quick, decisive campaign. The plan was to defeat in detail each of his main antagonists...
Campaign Wagram
Austria suffered a major defeat at the hands of Napoleon in 1805. This led to the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1809 Austria sought revenge for this insult. Austrian armies marched on Bavaria in an attempt to defeat Napoleon's forces while they were separated...
Napoleon's Russian Campaign [NRC]
In 1812, Napoleon took the greatest risk of his military career. His conquest of continental Europe had resulted in every major power having been defeated by his military might. But one conquest remained, that of Russia and her armies...
Campaign Eckmuehl
In 1809 the Austrian rulers sought to redress the humiliation of 1805. Led by the capable Archduke Charles, they invaded Barvaria in an attempt to destroy the scattered Army of Germany. Can Napoleon arrive in time to unite his men or will his army be defeated in detail?