The Jours de Gloire (Days of Glory) series is dedicated to Napoleon's victories and to their 200th anniversary celebrations.
The original rules were the result of a close collaboration with Richard H. Berg in 1997 (Victory rules that became Glory! for ACW and Triumph & Glory for Napoleonic) and with Marc Bransdma (French adaptation). Jours de Gloire has now been living on its own for several years, capitalizing on the experience of almost 2000 games played in tournament during the yearly Trophée du Bicentenaire.
Jours de Gloire games:
Designer: Frédéric Bey
Lots of material for the Jours de Gloire series, including Rules in French, English, Italian, Spanish and Polish on Frédéric Bey's website.
The name of the series and rules evolved several times:
- Initial version was Jours de Gloire for the first 3 games.
- With Marengo 1800 (Vae Victis #35) came a simplified ruleset called Jours de Gloire "Initiation", in addition to the standard rules renamed Jours de Gloire "Classique".
- Final version Jours de Gloire Empire appeared with Austerlitz 1805: Partie Sud (sud) (Vae Victis #58).
BGG geeklist: Jours de Gloire series.
Unit scale: battalion, regiment or brigades (depending on battle size).