Issue 99 - Saxons at Wagram

In Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy 99, we looked at Napoleon's European allies, whether they came to that by force or of their own volition. Infantry, cavalry and artillery units joined La Grande Armée from all over the continent, or took over garrison duties to free up French units for campaigns. The setting makes for endless scenario options both great and small. One of those that didn't fit the issue was the role of the Saxon corps at the Battle of Wagram (1809). Grab it here for a Napoleonic battle with a distinct Germanic flavour.

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