Vae Victis 142 - Corbach 1760


Vaevictis bimonthly magazine n°142 - Game Edition Contains the complete set with pre-cut counters: Corbach 1760 November - December 2018


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  • Corbach 1760
July 1760, the Duke of Broglie, who commanded the bulk of the French troops on the offensive in Germany, was in Frankenberg in Hesse, about 30 km south of Corbach. He gave the order to the Count of Saint-Germain commanding the army of the Lower Rhine, stationed in Dortmund, to join him. Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick, at Sachsenhausen, 10 km to the east, with the bulk of his troops, sent the Hereditary Prince, with the vanguard, to occupy the heights of Corbach on 8 July in order to prevent the junction of the two armies. The latter, having made junction with the corps of Kielmansegg decides to attack on July 10 without waiting for the bulk of the army thinking to face only the corps of St. Germain. But Broglie himself at the head of six brigades arrived in support, while the Hanoverian troops sent by the Duke of Brunswick marched to reinforce the Prince...
Corbach 1760 uses the same system as Hastenbeck 1757 published in VaeVictis 126 with a slightly different scale in relation to the forces involved.
  • Scale:
  • One pawn = 1 FP = 150-250 men
  • One hexagon = 200-250 m
  • One tour = 30 mn
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