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Microbiggie18 May 2019 10:30 a.m. PST

This was the SP2 game I ran at our GigaHistorical May Day event. It was based on the battle on the island of Guadaloupe in the 1759 campaign between the British and French in the Sugar Islands. I used Stuart Insch's wargaming guide as inspiration. It was designed to be a 6 player game of Sharp Practice 2. As the French forces retreated into the interior, a Madame Ducharmey took it upon herself to defend her plantation. The skirmish took place on Feb 4th, 1759 on Basse Terre, Guadaloupe.
Link to the fickr set. Click on the link to get descriptions.



winser5404 Sep 2020 3:53 p.m. PST

Love your AARs. Thanks for posting!

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