Battle of Leuthen
1757 -- While Frederick the Great is humbling the French forces at Rossbach, the Austrians invade and conquer the valuable territory of Silesia. Frederick rushed back and cobbles together around 33,000 men and boldly marches to attack twice that number of austrians at Leuthen planning to win by the use of maneuver and familiar terrain. The Austrians take up a strong defensive position that they believe will defy any attack. Frederick confidently moves to attack. The stage is set...
The Battle of Leuthen is a low to moderate complexity tactical game on Frederick the Great's classic battle against the Austrians in 1757 during the Seven Years War. The game takes about 90 minutes to play. One player commands the Prussian Forces and the other player the Austrian forces. Cards allow a variety in play.
TIME TO PLAY: 90 Minutes
DESIGNER: Stephen L. Kling, Jr.
- 48 game pieces (5/8" inch)
- A single rulebook (4 pages)
- 20 game cards
- CANVAS game map (11x17" inch)
- 1 six sided die
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