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  1. Huge mistake from the start – there were all-in at defence lines too big for holding. First of all – good commander. Very practical maneuring. But all forces were in combat. it had to be artillery units towing on the other side. It had to be retreat of no less then 5 units on the other side too.For that the flanks were too long, so i would hold a line just on the river, retreating in a coridor rightways and across the bridge. In care bridge ruined – forces shouldve formate a @split in halfs and hold the grounds prepared with trenches and short palisade of 20-30 metres 90 degrees to the river. So that enemy would try to break in at coridor – bridge breaking – units aint moving in corridors but holding 2-3 grounds flank defenced by trench and palisade – 2 units facing frontal attack and 1 covering their backs while enemy tries to overflank. Cannons work that way in a mass of flanking units till they run, so when the battle over its about face-to face contest at the very least and about overflanking with the supportive units covering main forces – in best outcome. In the very best outcome – it would be falce retreat on the other side of the river and what – a frontal attack across the bridge? Pft. I'd hold any amount of armies dependant on that scenario untill my units were demolished by artillery and close combat or my ammo woulve been ended. So approx forever.

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