The Second Battle of Corinth – Designer Markus Stumptner

The Second Battle of Corinth: October 3–4, 1862 was fought in Corinth, Mississippi between the Union’s Army of the Mississippi under the command of Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans and the Confederate Army of West Tennessee under Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn. The basic combat unit is the infantry divisions. Daylight game turns represent 3.5 hours, the night turn represents 8 hours. Each hex on the map is approximately half a mile across.

The game comes in a ziplock bag, with

One Cover Sheet

One 12 page rule book

One 11 x 16 inch map

One counter sheet, mounted but not die cut

One Play Aid Card

Game Tracks Sheet (one half Union, one half Confederate)

three small ziplock bags

Price is $23 US plus postage

 

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