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Sunrise, July 6, 1794, South of Waterloo
« on: November 10, 2021, 09:41:11 AM »

  Historically, Coburg's Coalition army, retreated over a wide arc from the battle of Fleurus.  He was hoping from some support from the Hanoverians and King George III's army as well.  Historically there was a minor rear-guard action near Waterloo.  Here, after the mode cards and night marches happened, we see the Dutch and Austrians awaiting the columns of the Duke of York and the rest of the Coalition forces.
The Sambre et Meuse is marching up from the south:


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Re: Sunrise, July 6, 1794, South of Waterloo
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2021, 11:59:46 AM »

  Historically, Coburg's Coalition army, retreated over a wide arc from the battle of Fleurus.  He was hoping from some support from the Hanoverians and King George III's army as well.  Historically there was a minor rear-guard action near Waterloo.  Here, after the mode cards and night marches happened, we see the Dutch and Austrians awaiting the columns of the Duke of York and the rest of the Coalition forces.
The Sambre et Meuse is marching up from the south:

  As the Coalition forces start to retreat, the British Army column starts to arrive:


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Re: Sunrise, July 6, 1794, South of Waterloo
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2021, 11:38:57 AM »

  As the Coalition forces start to retreat, the British Army column starts to arrive:

  And it looks like the Coalition forces will escape, despite having taken a beating (more of a battle than historically, but with more or less the same result):