Prussian Garde du Corps (C13) runs down the Royal Deux Ponts regiment defending the high ground near Remstadt. To their right, the Prussian Buddenbrock (C1) regiment over runs a French battery of 12-pounders. Click the picture to enlarge.
The Prussians won a hard fought, but in the end, convincing victory, having held all of their terrain points and capturing the vital high ground in the center of the table (Remstadt) that was worth 10 points, as well as Leopoldau (5 points) which was well in the rear of the French lines.
Light infantry action in der Zimmerwald in front of Leopoldau on the French left flank. Foundry and Perry Jagers take on Eureka Arquebusiers de Grassin while assorted hussars clash on the road
The action was hot from the get go, especially on the French left where the Grassins and the Prussian Jagers fought the whole game for possession of the Zimmerwald and the town of Leopoldau. The Grassins managed to hang onto the woods, but Leopoldau fell to the Prussians when the Protzdam Garde punched its way through several French battalions and held sway in that sector.
I will post more pictures on Der Alte Fritz Journal tomorrow along with a more detail after action report. In the meanwhile, here are some pictures to enjoy.