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The situation is as follows:
June 15, 1815 - Napoleon has decided to begin the campaign in the west. He plans on advancing through Mons and then hopefully on to Brussels. Wellington has been alert to this possibility and should be able to respond effectively.
Never one to settle for the scant scenario information I did a little research.
Wellington's initial dispositions were intended to counter the threat of Napoleon enveloping the Coalition armies by moving through Mons to the south-west of Brussels. This would have cut Wellington's communications with his base at Ostend, but would have pushed his army closer to Blücher's. Napoleon manipulated Wellington's fear of this loss of his supply chain from the channel ports with false intelligence.
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