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    Paskal
    Spectator

    Hello everyone

    Please someone knows a specific rule for ‘The Mexican Adventure 1862-1867’, as there was the rule ‘Furia Francese’ by Clive Mc Leod for the Franco-Austrian War of 1859 and ‘They Died for Glory’ for the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and certainly rules of this kind for the Crimean War ?

    What I want is to play the battles with 25/28/30mm figures ,as I do with the other wars of the French Second Empire, not for the skirmish …

    Thank you

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    #67010
    Darryl Smith
    Participant

    Here is a site listing various rules, all catered to the Mexican Adventure.

    The Mexican Adventure

    Buckeye Six Actual
    https://ambushedinthealley.blogspot.com/
    http://foragecaps.blogspot.com/
    http://germancolonialgaming.blogspot.com/

    #67019
    Paskal
    Spectator

    Yes thank you I know and its only interesting rule is Maximilian Rules by Mark Shearwood, but it does not give the size of the bases of the figurines.

    There are also the rules of Wargames: Sebastopol, Sadowa & Sedan – 19th Century Warfare. T.J.Halsall, J.G.Kew & A.M.Roth, Newbury Rules of 1981 …

    But if I do not know anything, I will use the rule ‘Furia Francese’ by Clive Mc Leod for the Franco-Austrian War of 1859!

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