FLIGHT OF THE EAGLE

A WAR AND PEACE PBEM GAME





Site last updated: October 21, 2003

Flight of the Eagle is a PBEM game using Avalon Hill's War and Peace boardgame originally published in 1980. The game began in May of 2002. The game is played using a "virtual" gameboard courtesy of Cyberboard. The players are:

Country Flag Player Current status
       
France Alex Brandsma Pro-french
England John Mitchell Anti-french
Russia Tim Cavallin Anti-French
Austria Gary McClellan Neutral
Prussia Martin Johnston Neutral
Spain Theodor Papatheodorou Pro-french
Gamemaster   Karl Schneider  




FEBRUARY 1810 FRENCH TURN

Germany remains quiet.

Lannes conducts successful partisan sweeps in the Potuguese mountains.





FEBRUARY 1810 ALLIED TURN

Transports appear off the Dutch coast and disembark 25,000 English, Russian and Swedish troops. Amsterdam is quickly taken, sparking mass desrtions among the Dutch contingents serving under French colors.

Battles
Date Name Attacker Defender Description Victor Casualties
February 1810 Amsterdam
Barclay
15,000

Wellington
10,000

5,000
Wellington and Barclay de Tolly land with 25,000 English, Russian and Swedish troops and march to Amsterdam. After a brief cannonade, the 5,000 Dutch defenders surrender. When word spreads to the 30,000 Dutch troops serving under French colors, mass desertions result. Poniatoski, at the head of 15,000 Dutch troops, narrowly escapes capture by his mutionus soldiers by leaping out of a second story window.
Russia/England
5,000 French
5,000 Russian


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