There is no I in team; however there are issues with teams without a leader. The structure of the Prussian Team may have had a king but during the battle the king just let his captains do their job effectively missing a leader for the full team.
For those that haven’t read part 1, please read it here.
I played the Jena Campaign as the French which was the most structured of the two teams to prepare for battle… the question is; what it is like for the other side.
This is actually a great exercise as I didn’t play the opposite side. However, I can look at the French structure and guess what occurs on the other side.
DISCLAIMER: this exercise could result in a wrong answer and I may be wrong… if someone does challenge it then I will inform you. Also some of the statements may be coming from the DoBO (Department of the B******* Obvious).