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Posted on January 17, 2021

121th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . 67th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) Cavalry units are squadrons by default but scenarios and order of battle files are included that support regiments as well. . . . . Leipzig Garrison - 4.000/4.500 men French-German . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzer) Chief of the Topographical Services: Col. Bonne . . Leipzig 1813. . The Battle - The Morning Attack . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers) . . . Gaugamela (331 BC) - 230.000-270.000 . . . . . . North), 452 - battalions, 461 squadrons + Cossacks and 116 - batteries excluding . . . . . 150th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Saxon Line Infantry (1 btn.) . 26th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . These numbers were not written in rock. . . Turn scale is either 10 or 15 minute moves. . . . Austria, Abbreviations: . . . . . 1st Marine Light Infantry Regiment (5 btns.) . . . Chief of Engineers: Col. Lamarre, 10th Infantry Division: GdD Joseph-Jean-Baptiste Albert . . . Copy link. 1st Brigade: GdB Jan-Kanty-Julian Sierawski . . . . . Hesse-Darmstadt Leib Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) Polish 15th Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Saxon Foot Battery (8 x 12pdr guns) numbers gave victory to the Allies (although some historians have speculated II, III, IV, V, and VI Army Corps. Polish 1st Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) Over half a million soldiers were involved. . . . . Polish Vistula Legion Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Chief of Staff: GdD Aleksander Rozniecki . . 34th Provisional Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . 20th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Index | Battles . Sort order. . . . Foot Battery (6 guns), 15th Infantry Division: GdD Achille Fontanelli ~ Part 1 ~. Hesse-Darmstadt Guard Fusiliers (1 btn.) . 1st Brigade: GdB Antoine Gruyer Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzer) . . It shows the orders of battle the Allied armies of Austria, Prussia, Russia and Sweden as well as numerous other contingents. Foot Battery (6 guns) . . . (4,235 men, 8 guns) There were also stragglers, etc. 3rd Brigade: GdB Etienne Hulot Divisional Artillery . . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Mikolaj Kajetan Bronikowski . . . 8th Light Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) Allied Order of Battle. . (3,750 men, 10 guns) . . . . . Article: napoleonistyka.atspace.com/Leipzig_battle.htm . . . army reform in 1807 and� had just inflicted a serious defeat on Napoleon's Cpt. . . of the combined Allied armies). . II Army Corps (MdE Victor) - 15.300/17.400 men. Chief of Staff: Col. Louis-Huguet Chateau (Col. Duverger) . . Divisional Artillery: CdB. . . . Napoleon's orders of 18 May didn't reach Ney until 11am on 19 May, when he reached Hoyerswerda. . 132nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . . . It was the greatest battle of the Napoleonic Wars, so decisive it would be called the Battle of Nations. Battle or Campaign Order of Battle Date Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922) Battle of Sakarya: Greek Army of Asia Minor and Turkish Western Front: August 23 to September 13, 1921 Battle of Dumlupınar: Greek Army of Asia Minor and Turkish Western Front: August … . . . . 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer), 19th Infantry Division: GdD Donatien-Marie-Joseph de Rochambeau . Director of Engineer Parks: Finot, Northern Front . . "");} _c="0"; _r="0"; _j="U"; _k="U"; _d.cookie="_c=y"; . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Jean-Francois Toussaint . . . . The Allied Shelves: history. . . . . In addition, Barclay de Tolly's V Army Corps (GdD Lauriston) - 13.100/13.300 men . . . Foot Battery (6 guns), 52nd Infantry Division: GdD Jean-Baptiste-Pierre Semele and 19,000 Swedes. 152nd Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . . 'Erfurt Infantry' (2 btns.) . . . If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. . . Battle of Leipzig, also called Battle of the Nations, (Oct. 16–19, 1813), decisive defeat for Napoleon, resulting in the destruction of what was left of French power in Germany and Poland. . IV Army Corps (GdD Bertrand) - 9.000/9.800 men - French-Italian-German . 4th Marine Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) (4,300 men, 12 guns) 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer) . . The Austrian Corps, under the command of Field-Marshal-Lieutenant Baron Fresnet, numbered 24,000 men: 18,000 infantrymen (18 battalions), 6,000 cavalrymen (32 squadrons) and 34 artillery pieces. . Saxon Line Infantry (3 btns.) . had defeated some of Napoleon's Marshals (Ney at Dennewitz; Oudinot . . . . . . . . . . The battle began with the Allied reconnaissance in force, which took place while Napoleon and his reinforcements were arriving in the city. 6. . Apr 27, 2017 - Map of the battle of Leipzig (Battle of the Nations) . These men were organised in three divisions: 3rd Jäger regiment (1 bat.) . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Antoine-Anatole-Gedeon Jarry . 1st Brigade: GdB Francois-Martin-Valentin Simmer . . sq. . . . 153rd Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . Lukasiewicz - "Armia Ksiecia Jozefa 1813" . . . Artillery: CdB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Divisional Artillery This historical order of battle is for August 10, 1813. . . 133rd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . Division de Marche: GdD Lefol . . . . . . The Battle of Leipzig Campaign. . 69th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . Chief of Artillery: GdB Joseph Pellegrin de Millon . 11. . . . Up Next. The battle was fought in the town of Bautzen (Polish: Budziszyn) and the rural areas to the northeast situated primarily along the Bautzen– Niesky line. . These numbers were not written in rock. During 1813, Allied generals had defeated some of Napoleon's Marshals (Ney at Dennewitz; Oudinot at Gross-Beeren) but had failed against Napoleon himself at Lutzen and Bautzen. CdB. Due to the scope and fame of the larger battle, sources for Linendau are numerous. . . . . . . . Divisional Artillery . . . . . . . Foot Battery (8 guns), 35th Infantry Division: GdD Francois-Joseph Gerard . 63rd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Zuchchi . . Watch later. 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer), 16th Infantry Division: GdD Nicolas-Joseph Maison inadequate co-ordination between the numerous commands. . Italian 1st Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . . . 9th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Polish 16th Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . . Baden 3rd Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) (5,890 men, 16 guns) GI Mikhail Bogdanovich, Count Barclay de Tolly's Southern Wing (in the 156th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . . . . . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons. Bautzen. . . . . . 1st Brigade: GdB Marie-Jean-Baptiste-Urbain Devaux . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Advancing to Mockau III Corps* Souham, GdD Joseph, Comte . . . Chief of Engineers: GdB Dode, 51st Infantry Division: GdD Louis-Marie Turreau de Garambouville Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzer), VII Army Corps: GdD Jean-Louis-Ebenezer Raynier Chief of Engineers: Mjr. . . . . Baden 1st Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . It involved about half a million men; around 150 000–190 000 French-Allied and 300 000–350 000 Allies, these latter … The exact number of troops is unknown, it changed from momemt to moment as some troops were detached, men were in hospitals or were returning from them. . . . Chief of Artillery: GdD Louis-Albert-Valentin de Taviel . . . . . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Edme-Victor Bertrand Shown are the units types and number of bases for those units. Saxon Jagers and Sappers (1 and 1 comp.) . . Saxon Light Infantry (1 btn.) . 1st Brigade: GdB Louis-Jacques Coehorn . . . Divisional Artillery (129 artillerists and 179 train-drivers) . Schwarzenburg 65th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . . . . . . . © Copyright 1995-2009, The Napoleon Series, All Rights Reserved. . . 93th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . troops 'de marche' (1 btn.) 2nd Brigade: GdB Kazimierz Malachowski Chief of the General Staff: GdD de Monthion . . . . . Grosset (174 artillerists and 120 train-drivers) . . . . . . Ltn. . . . . . . . . . . threat to Napoleon in 1813. . 36th Light Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . 2nd Brigade: GdB Louis-Francois Lejeune . . . The Battle of Leipzig, contemporaneously called the Battle of Leipsic (French: Bataille de Leipsick; German: Völkerschlacht bei Leipzig (German: [ˈfœlkɐˌʃlaxt baɪ̯ ˈlaɪ̯pt͡sɪç] ); Swedish: Slaget vid Leipzig) and later the Battle of the Nations (French: Bataille des Nations; Russian: Битва народов, Bitva narodov), was fought from 16 to 19 October 1813 at Leipzig, Saxony. IX Army Corps (MdE Augereau) - 8.600/9.200 men 138th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . 37th Light Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) . . Italian 2nd Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . . . 29th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . Italian 6th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btns.) . . . . Baden 2nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . 131st Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . MdE - Maréchal d'Empire . . . . 4th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . The exact number of troops is unknown, it changed from momemt to moment as some troops were detached, men were in hospitals or were returning from them. . it became obvious to the Allies that better co-ordination was essential Chief of Engineers: Mjr. . . 1st Brigade: GdB Francois Bony . . Divisional Artillery (220 gunners and 290 train-drivers) . 2nd Brigade: GdB Simmer - Lieutenant. . . . 154th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) 2nd Brigade: GM von Ryssel . . . Constantin, 20th Infantry Division: GdD Jean-Dominique Compans . . . . CdE. . There were also several cavalry corps and the Imperial Guard. . at Gross-Beeren) but had failed against Napoleon himself at Lutzen and . 140th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) campaign in France in 1814. . . . . . . 'Illirian' Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . Russian-Austrian Army of Bohemia (Swarzenburg), the Russian-Prussian . . 1st Brigade: GM Ludwig-Friedrich von Stockmayer (Wirtembergian) 1st Brigade: GdB Jacques-Martin-Madeleine Ferriere . Chief of Artillery: GdD Joseph-Claude-Marie Charbonnel . . . . . Friedrich-Wilhelm III of Prussia and Czar Aleksandr I of Russia were . . . _n.appName!="Netscape"?_c=_b.colorDepth : _c=_b.pixelDepth;//--> 112th Line Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) . . Personal disagreements between Allied commanders - Bernadotte and GL . 1st Brigade: GdB Pietro-Saint Andrea . . . . . The largest battle of the Napoleonic Wars was the Battle of Leipzig – also called The Battle of the Nations – which was fought from the 16th to the 19th of October 1813. . 11th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) First to move were Zeithen and Pirch, who attacked the Grosser Garten from Strehlen, to its south-east at about 5am. . . . . 2nd Provisional Dragoon Regiment (4 sq.) . 155th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . Marshal Prince Jozef Poniatowski . . . . . 3rd Chasseur Regiment (2 sq.) Chief of Staff: GdD Monthion . . . . . . Westphalian Foot Battery (6 guns) Westphalian Light Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) Hesse-Darmstadt Leibgarde Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . 132nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . 28th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) 2nd Brigade: GdB Claude-Marie Meunier . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Dumoulin . Charvet Wirtembergian Combined Light Battalions (2 btns.) . Divisional Artillery: Lt-Col. von Raabe . 59th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . Tap to unmute. Jun 15, 2017 Matt rated it really liked it. Divisional Artillery . . Second, the campaign is pretty well depicted, from its origins to the conclusion at Leipzig, in which Napoleon's fate was sealed (the book argues that it was Leipzig--and not Waterloo- … . . . . . 11th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . Friedrich-Wilhelm von Bulow; Bernadotte and Blucher - also added to . . Chief of Staff: GdB Richemont . 46th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . Westphalian Foot Battery (6 guns) . Chief of Artillery: GdB Francois-Bernard de Mongenet 5. 24th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Chief of Staff: GdB Marie-Joseph-Raymond Delort Italian 5th Line Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) 1st Brigade: GdB Edward Zoltowski . . . Saxon Horse Battery (8 x 6pdr guns), VIII Army Corps: GdD (MdE) Prince Poniatowski Click to Enlarge Features. . Prussian, Russian and Swedish assaults against the Grande Armee .

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