After winning a great victory at Dresden early in the Autumn Campaign, Napoleon saw his chances for victory gradually slip away in four lost battles over a two-week period after the Allies adopted the 'Fabian Strategy' of avoiding the Emperor in person and concentrating on his subordinates. The whole campaign was over in two weeks. By Sept. 6th, a battle in or near Leipzig was certain.
GROSSBEEREN: To the Gates of Berlin, 23 August
KATZBACH: A Perilous Passage, 26 August
KULM: Enfilade in the Mountains, 29-30 August
DENNEWITZ: Collapse in the North, 6 September
Components: Four 22 x 17" maps and 560 two-sided units; 48 pages of rules including campaign analysis, designers notes and more; 4 player-aid cards, 2 decks of cards (total of 96) used to effect deployments, arrivals, status of troops.