WSS Campaign
Turn One
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Captain General John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough.
Prince François  Eugène of Savoy 
Camille d'Hostun de la Baume, Duc de Tallard, Marshall of France
Prince Maximilian II Emanuel Wittelsbach
Elector of Bavaria
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VILLARS:Moved east to Spires - took the open city without incident. Began siege of Frankenthal. Frankenthal not expected to hold long.

MARSIN: Sent a detachment north to Worms. An allied detachment left to guard the crossing there was engaged and virtually destroyed.  SEE FULL REPORT - Battle of Worms.

Another detachment moved south and found the defensive Stolhoffen lines at Rastat had been abandoned by Eugene who was retreating eastwards. Marsin's detachment has begun a siege of Rastat, but it is expected that he currently has insufficient forces to effect an immediate capitulation. 

TALLARD: Moved eastwards through the Black Forest Hills and was opposed by Prince Louis of Baden. A hard battle was fought and Baden withdrew in good order - but lost part of his siege train in the process. SEE FULL REPORT - Battle of the Passes.

THE ELECTOR: Has not ventured out of Bavaria and is digging in.

MARLBOROUGH: Moved south towards Stuttgart. Left a detachment at Worms to guard the flank of his supply lines - but this was overrun and his supply columns interdicted. Consequently Marlborough was forced to rendezvous with Eugene in order to maintain supply.

EUGENE: Withdrew eastwards from the Stolhoffen lines and effected a rendezvous with Baden and Marlborough.

BADEN: Moved north to rendezvous with Eugene - but was able to intercept Tallard. Fought a hard battle as Tallard emerged from the mountains but effected a withdrawal when a key division collapsed in the combat. SEE FULL REPORT - Battle of the Passes.

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