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jastaV
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1805 Armee d'Italie

Sat Nov 22, 2008 6:34 pm

Looking to 1805 scenarios, one of the troubles is the leaderships of the French Armee d'Italie.
Massena Commanad points are largely exceeded!
We need some more generals to attach to the Army as Corps commander of Aides de camp.
Unfortunately I did not find OOB relative to l'Armee d'Italie, while informations over Battle of Caldiero are very small in matter of OOB.

Thanks in advance for suggestions.
Ney: The army will not move!
Napoleon: The army will obey me!
Ney: The army will obey to its Generals’ orders!

[SIZE="1"]Fontainebleau, April 1814[/size]

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Nikel
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Sat Nov 22, 2008 7:12 pm

Instead of subordinates, why not include Eugene to add CP?

From the Encyclopedia of the Napoleonic Wars


In 1805 Napoleon faced the Third Coalition. The Kingdom of Italy constituted a secondary military theater in that war. Eugène played a role in organizing the Army of Italy, which was led by Marshal André Masséna.


Unlike Napoleon’s Grande Armée, the (French) Army of Italy had not been trained in camp for two years, so the French emperor had replaced Marshal Jean-Baptiste Jourdan with Masséna as military adviser to Eugène de Beauharnais, viceroy of Italy. Masséna’s army, comprising seven infantry and two cavalry divisions, was to attack the Austrian army under Charles (whose infantry had been reorganized into the new smaller battalions) to prevent it reinforcing the main Allied armies.

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Sat Nov 22, 2008 8:33 pm

Nikel wrote:Instead of subordinates, why not include Eugene to add CP?

From the Encyclopedia of the Napoleonic Wars


In 1805 Napoleon faced the Third Coalition. The Kingdom of Italy constituted a secondary military theater in that war. Eugène played a role in organizing the Army of Italy, which was led by Marshal André Masséna.


Unlike Napoleon’s Grande Armée, the (French) Army of Italy had not been trained in camp for two years, so the French emperor had replaced Marshal Jean-Baptiste Jourdan with Masséna as military adviser to Eugène de Beauharnais, viceroy of Italy. Masséna’s army, comprising seven infantry and two cavalry divisions, was to attack the Austrian army under Charles (whose infantry had been reorganized into the new smaller battalions) to prevent it reinforcing the main Allied armies.


Good tip!
Ney: The army will not move!

Napoleon: The army will obey me!

Ney: The army will obey to its Generals’ orders!



[SIZE="1"]Fontainebleau, April 1814[/size]

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