APRIL 22, Turn 8
Journal: Archduke Charles elected to continue his southern consolidation, establishing a firm defensive front above Landshut, anchored by optimal terrain. This move left scattered northern Austrian columns to their own devices. Eager to secure a key objective and mop up enemy forces in his rear, Napoleon rode north from Eggmuhl to supervise two small corps--Jerome and Vandamme--in the the ongoing siege of Ratisbon. Muddy roads prevented the French from bringing a larger host to bear on the city, but Napoleon seemed eager to press the attack even with his two weakest corps. Would it be enough to storm the citadel?
The Siege of Ratisbon--The Sequel
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