|A sight to gladden the heart of any true wargamer. |
Americans to the left, British to the right. Annie's Farm is top left.
|American troops lining a wall adjacent to the farm|
|British light infantry opposite the crossroads.|
|Units of the British centre.|
|The American centre on the hill to the right of the farm.|
|The British light infantry hurry forward and claim the crossroads.|
|Both sides push forward.|
|This is the British right/American left flank. The British-allied Indians have infiltrated around |
the flank of the advancing Americans, exploiting the cover of a small wood.
|Once again the master of pointing exhibits his skills. Quite right Stuart, that regiment of yours |
is indeed about to have a bad experience!
|Determined chaps - just look at those faces! These Americans are pushing forward near the farm.|
|Around moves 3 to 4 the Americans hurled themselves forward in a series of |
desperate charges right across the table.
|The British responded in the same spirited manner. Here the Indians engage on the |
British right flank, despite being outnumbered.
|Action in the centre, with Annie's farm in the background.|
'After you with the dice old boy!'
|The British light infantry got the best of the hand to hand fighting at the cross roads.|
|In fact, this was true overall across the table. The dice were kind to the British and the Americans|
suffered terribly. Annie's farm was soon under pressure.