. . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Joseph-Antoine-Rene Joubert . . . . . There were also stragglers, etc. . 20th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Pierre-Mataly de Maran Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons. . . . 34th Provisional Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . After the fighting on 16 October, . Wirtembergian Prinz Adam Chevaulegere Regiment (1 sq.) . 2nd Brigade: GM von Ryssel . . Foot Battery (6 guns) _d.cookie.length>0?_k="Y":_k="N";//--> . . . . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons. . . . . . Pelet - "Principales Operations" 4. 1st Brigade: GdB Jean-Baptiste Jamin Grosset (174 artillerists and 120 train-drivers) . . . . . . . . . . King . . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Jacques-Robert de Choisy . It shows the orders of battle for the French Army and its various allied contingents. IX Army Corps (MdE Augereau) - 8.600/9.200 men . . Commander of Artillery: GdD Jean-Barthelemot Sorbier 11th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Info. . . . . (Prussian). . . Friedrich-Wilhelm III of Prussia and Czar Aleksandr I of Russia were Shown are the units types and number of bases for those units. GdD - Général de Division . . . . . . . II, III, IV, V, and VI Army Corps. . . . Foot Battery (6 guns). . The three-day Battle of Leipzig - a series of converging Austrian, . . . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzer), 21st Infantry Division: GdD Joseph Lagrange . . . This Charles River short was great. . . I. . . . (Army of Bohemia, Army of Silesia, Army of Poland and the Army of the 70th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Prussia, humiliated in the 1806 Jena-Auerstadt Marullier . . . Baden Foot Battery (4 guns) . Col. - Colonel Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers) . . . . . . . . . . These numbers were not written in rock. . . Independent Division: GdD Pierre Margaron Cavalry units are squadrons by default but scenarios and order of battle files are included that support regiments as well. . . . . French Orders of Battle. . 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. . . . . . . . �corps-group�(in the Army of Silesia). . . . Chief of Engineers: Col. Isoard, 12th Infantry Division: GdD Charles-Antoine-Louis-Alexis Morand . . . . . . . . . Italian 7th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . Bernadotte, Crown Prince of Sweden - a former French Marshal). . . . . 3rd Brigade: GdB Pietro-Angelo Moroni This historical order of battle is for August 10, 1813. Foot Battery (8 guns), 35th Infantry Division: GdD Francois-Joseph Gerard Marshal Charles-Pierre Augereau. 18th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . " 2nd Brigade: GdB Jean-Antoine Brun The Silesian Campaign. . . . . . The order of battle (listing all troops involved--and their units) is almost stupefying--from pages 28 to 36. Polish 4th Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) They once again formed United Front and defeated him in the Battle of Leipzig in 1813. . 1st Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) 2nd Brigade: GdB Francois-Nivard-Charles-Joseph Henin . Grande Armee during the Russian Campaign the year before. . . 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. 1st Brigade: GdB Pierre Pelleport . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Dumoulin The Allied These men were organised in three divisions: 3rd Jäger regiment (1 bat.) Apr 27, 2017 - Map of the battle of Leipzig (Battle of the Nations) . . . Director of Artillery Parks: GdB Gabriel Neigre . . Copy link. Polish Vistula Legion Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . Saxon Foot Battery (8 x 6pdr guns) . . ?????? . 1st Brigade: GdB Francois Bagneris North), 452 - battalions, 461 squadrons + Cossacks and 116 - batteries excluding . 2nd Brigade: GdB Jean-Louis Charriere . . . army reform in 1807 and� had just inflicted a serious defeat on Napoleon's . . . . . . . Chief of Staff: GdB Richemont . . . . XI Army Corps (MdE MacDonald) - 16.000/20.500 men French-Italian-German The battle began with the Allied reconnaissance in force, which took place while Napoleon and his reinforcements were arriving in the city. . . The battle developed when Napoleon seized the Leipzig position, intending to divide his opponents and attack them one by one. II, III, IV, V, and VI Army Corps . . It involved about half a million men; around 150 000–190 000 French-Allied and 300 000–350 000 Allies, these latter … . . . . . Franciszek Orlinski . 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer) 1st Brigade: GM von Brause . . 2. . . . . VII Army Corps (GdD Reynier) - 12.600/12.700 men - French-German "border=0>");} _c="0"; _r="0"; _j="U"; _k="U"; _d.cookie="_c=y"; . Baden Jagers (1 btn.) . 133rd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . guns in the Army of Silesia; 55,000-70,000 men and 225-275 guns in the . 25th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Christianovich], Graf von Wittgenstein. Divisional Artillery . . Army of Bohemia) and GL Alexandre-Louis, Comte Andrault de Langeron's 3rd Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) 13th Line Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) . . . . . . Commander of Engineers: GdB Joseph Rogniat . . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers), IV Army Corps: GdD Henri-Gatien Bertrand ~ Part 1 ~. . (5,080 men, 16 guns) . . . V Army Corps (GdD Lauriston) - 13.100/13.300 men . . The total strength of these troops was between 119.500 and 129.000. Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers) . Foot Battery (6 guns) . . and 380-785 guns in the Army of Bohemia; 63,000-70,000 men and 310-360 . Shelves: history. . . . . . . . . . . - squadrons . . . . . "&_l="+escape(_d.referrer)+"\" width=70 height=15 "+ 16th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . . . 46th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons. . . . Director of Engineer Parks: Finot, Northern Front . . . . . Divisional Artillery: Lt-Col. von Raabe . . . . . . . . Bowden - "Armies of 1813" . . . . . Cpt. . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzer) . . . There were also several cavalry corps and the Imperial Guard. . (3,500 men, 10 guns) . The Battle of Leipzig or Battle of the Nations was a battle between Napoleon I and his army and an allied force of several nations. . . Divisional Artillery: CdB. . . . . . . . . . 137th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . The battle at Lindenau offers an ideal opportunity to break down the epic Battle of the Nations at Leipzig into a much smaller, manageable separate engagement. . . . . Although sources disagree about the composition and strength of the . . (5,890 men, 16 guns) . Divisional Artillery: Cpt. . . 153rd Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Leipzig 1813. 'Illirian' Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) Neapolitan 4th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . The website Armies, Battles, Commanders Chief of Artillery: GdB Canas 2nd Brigade: GdB Edme-Victor Bertrand 152nd Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . . . Napoleon lost about 45,000 killed and wounded. - would see Napoleon defeated and subsequently forced to fight a defensive . . Chief of Staff: GdB Marie-Joseph-Raymond Delort . . . . Divisional Artillery . . Article: napoleonistyka.atspace.com/Leipzig_battle.htm The Battle of Nations was largely fought outside the city, in villages and places named in the war reports (therefore the Germans call it "die Völkerschlacht bei Leipzig"). 3rd Chasseur Regiment (2 sq.) . . . . Index | Battles Saxon Light Infantry (1 btn.) . . . . sq. . . 121st Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . Divisional Artillery . . . Chief of Staff: GdB Louis-Sebastien Grundler . . . . . Divisional Artillery Chief of Engineers: Mjr. . . . . . and 19,000 Swedes. . . 138th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . Chief of Artillery: Col. Verpeau . . . . . . . . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Louis Harlet . . . . . Southern Wing had a temporary command under GC Ludwig-Adolf-Peter [Petr Click to Enlarge Features. Although the Allied Army-Group was larger than Napoleon's Grande . . . . . . . . . . . These troops are in Part 2. CdB. . Baden 1st Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Another Bourbon came to the throne of France. Divisional Artillery Divisional Artillery . Chief of the Topographical Services: Col. Bonne https://english.leipzig.de/.../monument-to-the-battle-of-the-nations . 2nd Brigade: GM von Jett . A Design folder includes files and information that will aid the players in learning how to building their own scenarios. 132nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) Foot Battery (6 guns) Hesse-Darmstadt Leib Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) 6th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . 26th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Lukasiewicz - "Armia Ksiecia Jozefa 1813" (5,620 men, 16 guns) . . . . . . . The Allied Army-Group was composed of four army-level commands: the . . . . . . 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- … . . Mar 13, 2017 - Allied attacks south and north of Leipzig. Chief of Artillery: GdB Joseph Pellegrin de Millon . . © Copyright 1995-2009, The Napoleon Series, All Rights Reserved. -- is broken down into 229 battalions and 234 squadrons (Russian) 115 . 3. 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 … . . . . 112th Line Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) Chief of Staff: Col. Louis-Huguet Chateau (Col. Duverger) . . . . . . . . . (4,235-4,800 men, 12 guns) FM Karl-Phillip, Furst zu Schwarzenburg also held the field command 22nd Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . . - battalions . (3,750 men, 10 guns) 149th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . 1st Brigade: GdB Francois-Martin-Valentin Simmer Marshal Etienne-Jacques-Joseph-Alexandre MacDonald. . . French Battle Order of Leipzig (Battle of the Nations) October 15-19 th, 1813. v.1.1 (Cited after R. v. Stoen: "1813" and J. E. Wolfbauer: Vollständige Ordre de bataille von Leipzig, Die Zinnfigur, 1924/25. . . 65th Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . VI Army Corps (MdE Marmont) - 18.800/19.300 men . . Write a review. 1st Brigade: GM von Stockhorn Divisional Artillery: CdB. . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Claude-Marie Meunier de Larue . Polish Foot Battery (6 guns) . 14th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . 18th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Saxon Grenadiers (1 btn.) . . GI Mikhail Bogdanovich, Count Barclay de Tolly's Southern Wing (in the . . 12. troops 'de marche' (1 btn.) Chief of Artillery: GdB Francois-Bernard de Mongenet . . . 131st Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . Chief of Engineers: Col. Marion, 31st Infantry Division: GdD Francois-Roche Ledru des Essarts 135th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) (4,355-5,280 men, 12 guns) . . . . Polish 12th Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . 132nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . 101st Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . Trip Start your review of The Battle of Leipzig: The History and Legacy of the Biggest Battle of the Napoleonic Wars. . Chief of Staff: GdB Francois-Joseph-Fidele Gressot Divisional Artillery (165 artillerists and 135 train-drivers) Turn scale is either 10 or 15 minute moves. . 4th Marine Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . . . . Cavalry Brigade: GdB de Cernay also present at the battle. . . . . 36th Light Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . 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. . Ltn. . . . . (1,860 men, 6 guns) . . . . It involved close to 600,000 men, many of whom were part of a huge multinational coalition force. Huge multinational coalition force GdD Jean-Dominique Compans ( 5,080 men, 16 guns ) 1st Brigade: von... 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