First is the Aspern-Essling game from the Old Guard (Simon Walther is listed in the programme); unusual in that it used hexagonal terrain blocks.
The Forest Outlaws had a Leipzig game
The Two Fat Lardies had a game in the participation zone demonstrating the General d'Armee rule set. The basic unit is still the battalion, but the actions fought are on a larger scale than the General de Brigade rules
The Newark Irregulars have put on a really good show, with good games on show, a varied selection of traders and a good show 'environment'. Well worth the trip to visit.
WW2 French artillery
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