Saturday, February 6, 2010

Battle of Borlington - Casualties

Army of Katzenstein

Commander, Major General Johan Van Fleck




Advanced Guard Brigade- Brigadier General Alexander Van Nuys
Finnigen Fen Feld-Jager Regiment - 176 casualties
Zind Janissieries - 14 casualties

Pamplemoose Pass Pandours - 44 casualties

Flank Guard Brigade- Brigadier General Gerald McClay

Salamasond Shutzen Regiment - 60 casualties
Nantaket Wilds Border Regiment - 204 casualties

Herk-Heimer Fusilier Regiment - 18 casualties




Light Cavalry Brigade- Colonel Morris McGurk

Wah Hoo Hussars

Boober Bay Uhlans

Guard Brigade- Crown Prince Noah
Liebgarde Grenadier Regiment
Prince Noah Petite Garde Regiment
Contessa Genessa Foot Velites of the Guard

Boola Boo Ball Landwehr

Light Artillery Battery #1

Foot Artillery Battery #1




2nd Brigade- Brigadier General Michael Van Itch

Eiffelberg Grenadier Regiment - 124 casualties
Oif Provisional Marine Regiment

Loyal Legion of Estrangers - 70 casualties




Heavy Cavalry Brigade- Brigadier General Bart Cubbins
Vail Valley Dragoons
Krock Kavern Kurassiers - 192 casualties

1st Brigade- Brigadier General Sylvester McMonkey McBean
Whoville Volunteer Musketeer Regiment - 28 casualties
Mount Crumpit Geibergsregiment - 32 casualties

Zoomba-Na-Tant Geibergsregiment - 67 casualties




Guard Cavalry Brigade- Colonel Vlad Kroff

Guarde du Korps

Cavalrie Regiment de Pupilles

Total Loses: 909 casualties




Notable Performances

1) Pamplemoose Pass Pandours for atacking the enemy flank and then rushing the guns from the rear.




2) The Wha Hoo Hussars for getting revenge on the McIntyre Fusiliers. The Fusiliers standard will make a nice trophyat the regimental depot.




3) BG McBean for a poor decision to attack the enemy battery from the front. If it had not been for the Uhlans over-running the enemy ammunition caissons, McBean's brigade would have suffered much worse.








Enemy Casualties

Lebron Landwehr - DESTROYED, 462 men lost

McIntyre Fusiliers - DESTROYED, 503 men lost

Ruritan Line (Didd) - Scattered, 498 men lost

Grenberg Line (Didd) - Surrendered, 700 prisoners

Goodenton Line (Didd) - Surrendered, 520 prisoners, 104 men lost

Field Battery (Didd) - Captured, 8 guns taken

Havenberg Carabiniers (Didd) - Fled, 104 men lost




Total: 1809 men lost, 8 guns taken, 1220 prisoners