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Commands & Colors: Napoleonics Ext. 1 : The Spanish Army

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Commands & Colors: Napoleonics Ext. 1 : The Spanish Army
  • Commands & Colors: Napoleonics Ext. 1 : The Spanish Army

At the time of the Napoleonic Wars, Spain was only a shadow of its former power. Spanish troops and leaders, as many Napoleonic historians point out, performed badly on a large number of occasions.
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Yet there are a number of battles, Bailen, Tamames, Alcaniz and San Marcial where the Spaniards fought valiantly and gained victory. Ironically, the point most historians overlook is the fact that the Spanish armies constituted a threat that the French simply could not ignore. As good as Wellington’s Anglo-Portuguese field army was, that army faced multiple French armies. They could only defeat one French army at a time. The Spanish Armies and the accompanying guerrilla warfare against French troops tied down the remainder, allowing the Anglo-Portuguese army to ultimately emerge victorious.


In this expansion you will find 18 historical scenarios that focus on Peninsular battles fought by the Spanish army from 1808 to 1813, plus all the new units you’ll need to field for these engagements.



Bailén - July 19 1808

Zornoza - October 31, 1808

Gamonel - November 7, 1808

Espinosa - November 11, 1808

Somosierra - November 30, 1808



Medellin - March 28, 1809

Alcaniz - May 23, 1809

Maria - June 6, 1809

Talavera (Spanish Flank) - July 28, 1809

Tamames - October 13, 1809

Ocano (Cavalry Action) - November 18, 1809

Ocano - November 19, 1809

Alba de Tormes - November 28, 1809



Barrosa (French Attack) - March 5, 1811

Albuera - May 16, 1811



Vitoria (Hill's Attack) - June 21, 1813

San Marcial - August 31, 1813

Ordal Cross - September 13. 1813


The quality of Spanish troops varied, from very poor to good, and the Spanish National Unit Reference Card presents a wealth of subtle unit characteristics that set the Spanish Army apart from all other Coalition armies that opposed Napoleon. Command of the Spanish Army, therefore, will truly challenge even the most experienced Commands & Colors: Napoleonics player.

matériel :

  • Scenario Booket (with 18 scenarios)
  • 2 Spanish National Unit Reference Cards
  • 3 sheets of labels for the blocks:
  • 210 blocks (107 Infantry, 75 Cavalry, 9 Artillery, 4 Leaders)
  • 1 Terrain Tile sheet

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