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    Part 2 of the Battle of Ligny from 1815. Ligny begins to fall under the continued French attacks but the Prussians launch a counter-attack. The NWA Napoleonic group put on another of their New Year big battles recreating the battle of Ligny and the battle of Quatre Bras at the same time. Read this report about the…

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    Part 3 of the Battle of Ligny. The battle of Ligny and the battle of Quatre Bras occurred simultaneously in June 1815. The NWA Napoleonic group put on another of their New Year big battles also recreating both battles at the same time. Read this report about the Ligny battlefield.  

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    Part 3 of the battle of Quatre Bras. The Guard Light Cavalry arrives on the battlefield, bringing fresh hopes to the French side of Marshal Ney. See whether they were able to alter the historical outcome. The NWA Napoleonic group put on another of their New Year big battles recreating the battle of Ligny and the battle of…

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    Part 2 of the battle of Quatre Bras. As the figt continues, Gémioncourt farm is captured, but Jérome’s attack stalls. Allied reinforcements continue to march onto the battlefield. The NWA Napoleonic group put on another of their New Year big battles recreating th ebattle of Ligny and the battle of Quatre Bras at the same time, as…

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    Part 1 of the Battle of Ligny. The Battle of Ligny and the battle of Quatre Bras occurred simultaneously in June 1815. The NWA Napoleonic group put on another of their New Year big battles also recreating both battles at the same time. Read this report about the Ligny battlefield.  

  •  Army lists to download to suit the Iron Duke Napoleonic rules. The army lists are stored on the computer and can be modified for different battles. The lists include the troops (infantry, cavalry and artillery) as well as the commanders. They are organised into the correct structure. Having these lists speeds up the organisation of…

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    This article explains the basic unit sizes, figure scales, ground scales and time scales which can be used with the Iron Duke computer moderated game. The system is flexible and it is possible to change time scales during the game. This is very useful for moving quickly through the opening moves and then getting into shorter time…

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Kingdom of Prussia.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Russian Empire.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from Spain.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the French army.

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    Iron Duke is a Napoleonic simulation where the heavy number crunching is done by a computer and the wargamers are left to concentrate on tactics. This allows the program to have more details built-in than is possible with in a printed rule set, and yet simplifying the task of the player. It also allows more “fog…