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 Post subject: #22H. The Battle of Austerlitz (HTH)
PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:43 pm 
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I was just checking the Austerlitz map I although I haven't played the scenario I would like to point out one thing:
- The French left wing(V corps & Cavalry Reserve) seems to be too far east.
It's mentioned that Kellermans cavalry, who was in the lead, was on a line with Bosenitz at the beginning, and that all other French forces in the area were behind him. The historical occurring first cavalry clash was on a line with Blasowitz or a bit further east, but that is were Kellerman already is. I know he is fixed till 7:40 but Lichtensteins cavalry that clashed with Kellerman release just at 7:30 and any clash would likely occur much further East. I don't mind the fixation but the French should be place further West.

I have made a graphic to show where the line should run.(Ignore the other things, they are for the Austerlitz map thread)

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