http://wardepot.blogspot.com/2011/01/campaign-1815-invasion-of-france-part-2.htmlIt is 1815. The allies have forsaken the terms of the "Treaty of Fontainebleau" (primarily due to grave concerns over the military build up by the Emperor Napoleon) and have authorised the invasion of France, commencing on the 10th of February 1815 (the earliest day feasible to all allied members due to the severity of the just past winter).
In the north gathers a large army of Russians. In the southeast a large army of Austrians. A Spanish army gathers on the border of France and Spain and an English army sails for the continent. Can the co-ordinate and use their numbers against Napoleon?
The ultimate objective is Paris, but the destruction of the French army is equally important, the strength of which still cannot be underestimated.
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