Peninsular Campaign

A chronological playing of all the official Peninsular War scenarios with a running score tally in banner counts. Command Card disparity adds banners to the lower command side equal to the disparity amount. French: Mark McG Allies: BrentS
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Corunna - 16 January 1809

Mark McG
Australia
Penshurst
NSW
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Lastly and leastly for the day, Corunna. The British defenders seemed confused in this, shifting around. The French moved up on the Centre-Right, and a Bayoney charge went off smoothly eliminating a English Line in one blow. Then, somehow, a Fire & Hold card seemed to turn it all around, the English chasing the French around and pushing in from their Left flank. A seeming endless array of British move a unit in every section crushed the French attack, and the British won 6-2. British firepower and dice won this, because it there was a defensive plan, I couldn't see it.

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