The Civil Wars in France between 1648 and 1653, collectively known as “The Fronde”, occurred in the midst of the Franco-Spanish War, which began in 1635. King Louis XIV faced the combined opposition of the princes, the nobility, the provincial parliaments, as well as most French people. The field of battle, in fact, was in the area of Sommepy, Saint-Étienne-à-Arnes and Semide. In her “Mémoires” Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans reported that Cardinal Mazarin insisted on naming the battle “Rethel”, where he was at the time of the battle, approximately 30 km away, in order to be able to attribute the merit of the victory to his flag. In the battle simulation I will try to correct the failures presented in the historical analysis, testing improvements in the maneuvers. And then we will see which maneuver will prevail, both being instructed with the best and with the maximum effort.
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