I shall perform an elegant cop-out here and point you to Stryker's blog, where he has published pictures and a report which are so good that I really have very little to add - apart from my compliments and my thanks to Stryker and Goya for their enthusiasm and tireless courage, and for their excellent company, and especially to Count Goya and his family for their kind hospitality.
|...from behind the French right, where the cavalry attack has already been repulsed...|
|Late in the day the French did much better - even managed to get some troops |
across the river on the left - the only area where they really had any sustained success.
|In theory, there were bonus Victory Points available for capture of the village, |
but there was never any likelihood of this happening. These lovely Austrian infantry
were securely established there.
|Higginses - the infantry in the French centre wait for Eugène's master plan |
for how to defeat the Austrian centre - this bit did not go well.