Saalfeld took place on the 10th October 1806.
Rules: NSWC's WRG rules.
Prince Louis of Prussia should have withdraw from his forward position back to the eastern side of the Saalfeld river.
The Prince did not and took on a larger French force and lost (also his life), a few days later the two battles at Jena and Aeurstadt took place and the end of Prussia as an enemy of France until 1813.
Don provided the Prussians (1813 uniform) and the Saxons (we used bicorne Spanish as no one has any Saxons in either the pre or post 1810 uniforms (except the Kuirassiers for 1812 campaign)
The Prince (Don) ordered a rapid advance by his forces which put the French on the back foot at first.
The French finally started to make headway by move four and didn't look back (except for a small issue in a cavalry melee).
By the end of the day the Saxon's had been removed from play the Prussian centre had failed it's break test and could only retire or stand still and react only.
The Prussian right had passed it's break test and continued to fight even though there were no other Prussians left.
|Saxon's preparing to advance (Allied left)|
|French left on the hill.|
|Prussians moving forward|
|Saxons in Saalfeld|
|The Prince (the late  Don McIntyre, he is sorely missed)|
|From Prussian right to left|
|From Prussian centre looking at French left (there seems to be a visiting general)|
|Looking from Prussian centre to French centre and left|
|Looking from French right to left|
|The Prussian centre foot battery took a heavy toll of the French Hussars|
|French left advancing, one abandoned gun from the Prussian horse battery|
|Saxon Grenadiers running from French line|
|French right Saxon left fighting it out|
|Prussian battery has routed and battalion guns abandoned|
|French lines facing Prussian and Saxons in column for a fire fight|
|Saxons in rout|
|French Chasseurs being pursed by Prussian Dragoons|
|French right. French freed up units now advancing onto the exposed left of the Prussian centre|
|Saxon's running away|