Napoleon at Waterloo
Napoleon had triumphantly returned to Europe from his banishment on Elbe, and by June 18, 1815, his army of 72,000 men was on the verge of victory. He had split the Prussian Army from that of the British; so Napoleon could concentrate on defeating Wellington's seemingly motley force of 68,000 English recruits, Hanover and Brunswick levies and Netherlands militia. Moreover, he had nearly 100 more cannon than his opponents, and he believed the coming battle would be nothing more than an affair of the morning. Can you, as French commander, win the game and change history or will the Allies prevail again? Your tactics will decide the outcome!