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Sorted things out now (including how to download photos from my phone) So just a few photos giving the overall game.
This is most of the Prussian and Allied cavalry under Eugene
Allies crossing the Nebel
Allied breakthrough on the right
French hold on their right.
And then leave Blenheim and push the Allies back
The Game was a reversal of the actual Battle. The Allied Attack under Marlborough ground to a halt due to bad deployment in crossing the Nebel. Also to few troops masking Blenheim allowed the French infantry to come into the action.
On the other side Prussian Dragoons advanced through the woods and distracted the French stationed there.
The Bavarian infantry did not support each other and the Prussian Infantry absorbed French and Bavarian cavalry giving their cavalry the opportunity to sweep their opponents before them. It was a close game after 5 hours of play there was only about 3 brigades in it and one more turn could have seen a draw.