|Barclay de Tolly|
The Marienburg battles have been a set of cavalry skirmishes followed by a general build-up for both sides in the narrow flat area near Marienburg.
Then on the 21st of August a great battle ensued, where the Prussians were able to force a passage while Austrians and Russians held off the supporting French allied nations corps of Germans and Italians.
|GDK von Blucher|
The exact details of this engagement are not clear as of this writing, though it is clear that Oudinot retreated with the greater part of his infantry and artillery, while Sebastiani and the light cavalry performed screening duties and thus were much more wounded.
Ney has paid for these victories with his life.
What is known is that Potsdam is not secured and the General Bulow has come out swinging - gaining a victory south of the city and opening a wedge in the French lines. Whether this will be enough to relieve Berlin is not clear.
Where will he appear and strike?