Borodino 1812 S&T issue 32 Part Four (solo)

Turn 5

French

The French move more units to the right flank, as this appears to be the more accessible and looks the most likeliest for success.Some more units are also moved the the left flank, but only to prevent any Russians from coming round the side of the French. Individuals battles are marked. Note the upper most battle  - a diversionary attack (suicide) to allow better odds the the attack below  it

and the results of battle were all Russians retreating and the French lost the small cavalry unit.

Russians

The Russians re-organize themselves back into a defensive position. Note the very large 10-4 infantry unit making it's way to the battle.

Turn 6

French

Now that the French have some serious muscle to attack with, a large assault is made on the redoubt. Because the attack is made from both the front and rear, the defender does not gain a X2 defense value. They also strengthen their left flank

The combats push the Russians back, losing ownership of the redoubt. the French lose their cavalry unit in the suicide attack

Russians

The Russians mount a major counter-attack to try and regain the redoubt.

They utilize their artillery to good use, and force the French to retreat. The big 10-4 infantry unit has managed to join the battle

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