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Steve Nutt
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21/04/2020 9:58 am  

Hi David,

Regarding example 3.9.1.

I am assuming that the 2 Prussian brigades are Forces as they have different objectives and only forces can have objectives.

Is this is one of those smaller scenarios where a corps - which in a bigger scenario would be one of many forces - has been organised as the corps c-in-c being the army commander, the brigades (which are really division s due to the daft way the Prussian s use terminology - are forces, and then the regiments within the brigade be one the formations.

Thanks in advance,

Steve Nutt


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Steve Nutt
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21/04/2020 10:01 am  

Sorry David

Just read it and u call the Prussian formations divisions which have brigades within them.

But same question I am assuming there divisions are forces and the brigades making them up are formations.

Thanks again

Steve Nutt


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David
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21/04/2020 10:33 am  
Posted by: @steve-nutt

But same question I am assuming there divisions are forces and the brigades making them up are formations.

The Prussians commonly had their top-level organizational body below the Army as a 'division', so yes, in that case a division = a  Force and each Force can have its own Order Objective, which is the case in this example.

That make sense?

-David


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