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There are a large number of army lists are planned but unfortunately not all are yet available. The aim is to cover this fascinating period in as great a depth as is possible and using the best research material available. The table below shows the lists currently planned and hopefully this list will expand over time.

The number down the side is the reference number. The items in Red are available at the moment.

At present all lists are for Polemos: Great Northen War. Normally they include a full order of battle of the army in question and often secondary lists of the forces at different engagements. These are in Polemos: GNW terms but may be useful to you if you use another set of rules.

NEW: Package Deals: We plan to offer various package deals each with themed groups of army lists or other material. The first of these covers the Swedish Royal Army.

PD/1   The Swedish Royal Army (1700 - 1709)   £10.50

This package includes all the lists relating to the Swedish Royal army, the army commanded and led by the Swedish King, from the start of the war until its defeat at Poltava and surender at Perevolochna in 1709. It is comprised of the following lists

  • 00/3 Sweden and Denmark,1700
  • 00/6 Narva, 1700
  • 01/2 Riga, 1701
  • 02/1 Kliszow, 1702
  • 03/2 Poland, 1703
  • 04/2 Poland, 1704
  • 05/2 Poland, 1705
  • 06/2 Poland, 1706
  • 06/5 Fraustadt, 1706
  • 08/1 Russia, 1708
  • 09/1 Poltava, 1709
  • 09/3 Perevolochna, 1709

For more details of the individual lists see below.

PD/1a   The Swedish Royal Army (1700 - 1709): Reduced   £7.50

As above but without the Narva (1700), Kliszow (1702) and Poltava (1709) lists which are included in the Polemos: GNW rules book.

More package deals to follow soon.

 

The price of a list is £0.30 per page.

1690's

TITLE

95/1

The Russian Army, Azov Campaign (1695)

96/1

The Russian Army, Azov Campaign (1696)

1700

 

00/1

The Saxon Army, Riga (1700): The Saxon Army with allied Polish and Lithuanian units. 3 pages.

00/2

The Norwegian Army (1700): For use in 'what if' situations in 1700. 4 pages.

00/3

The Swedish Army, Home and Zealand(1700): The Swedish Royal army in Sweden at the beginning of the war and that also landed in Denmark. Contains details of the army at Humblebek. 3 pages.

00/4

The Danish Army, Holstein (1700: The focus is on the army that invaded Holstien but home forces also covered. 3 pages.

00/5

The Allied Army, Holstein (1700): The Dutch, Hanoverian, Holstein and Swedish forces opposing the Danish invasion. 7 pages.

00/6

The Swedish Army, Narva (1700):Also available in the rules book. Right click here and 'Save Target as' to download the list. 3 pages.

00/7

The Russian Army, Narva (1700): Also available in the rules book. 5 pages.

1701

 

01/1

The Saxon Army, Riga (1701): Includes details of the allied Polish and Russian contingents. 4 pages.

01/2

The Swedish Royal Army, Riga (1701): Details of the forces at the battle and also generally available. 4 pages.

01/3

The Russian Baltic Army (1701): Also includes OOB's for Erastfehr, Rappin and Rauge. 4 pages.

01/4

The Swedish Baltic Army (1701)

01/5

The Imperial Army, Carpi (1701): Eugene of Savoy's army in Italy. 2 pages.

01/6

The French Army, Carpi (1701): The French, Savoyard and Spanish army in Italy at this battle. 3 pages.

01/7

The Imperial Army, Chiari (1701): Eugene of Savoy's secures Italy early in the war. 3 pages.

01/8

The French Army, Chiari (1701): The Duke of Savoy's army in Italy. 4 pages.

1702

 

02/1

The Swedish Royal Army, Kliszow (1702): Also available in the rules book. 4 pages.

02/2

The Saxon and Polish Army, Kliszow (1702): Also available in the rules book. 5 pages

02/3

The Swedish Baltic Army, Hummelshof (1702): The army at this battle and in the Baltic area. 3 pages.

02/4

The Russian Army, Hummelshof (1702): The army at this battle and in the Baltic area. 3 pages.

02/5

The Imperial Army, Friedlingen (1702): The army at this battle, including provision for the full army. 3 pages.

02/6

The French Army, Friedlingen (1702): The French army at this German battle. 3 pages.

02/7

The Imperial Army, Luzzara (1702): Eugene of Savoy's army in Italy in 1702. 3 pages.

02/8

The French Army of Italy, Luzzara (1702): The French and allies under Vendome in Italy. 4 pages.

1703

 

03/1

The Saxon Army, Poland (1703): Includes OOB for Pultusk. 3 pages.

03/2

The Swedish Royal Army, Poland (1703): Includes OOB for Pultusk. 4 pages.

03/3

The Russian Baltic Army (1703)

03/4

The Imperial Army, Speyerbach (1703): The Prince of Hesse Kassel's army in Germany. 3 pages.

03/5

The French Army, Speyerbach (1703): Marshall Tallard's army in Germany. 3 pages.

1704

 

04/1

The Saxon Army, Poland (1704): Includes OOB's for Poznan and Punitz. 3 pages.

04/2

The Swedish Royal Army, Poland (1704): Includes OOB's for Poznan and Punitz. 5 pages

04/3

The Russian Baltic Army (1704)

04/4

The Confederate and Imperial Armies, Schellenburg and Ingoldstadt (1704): The joint army at Schellenburg and the Imperial army at Ingoldstadt at the time of Blenheim. 6 pages

04/5

The Franco Bavarian Army, Schellenburg (1704): Arco's army at Schellenburg. 2 pages

04/6

The Confederate Army, Blenheim (1704): Marlborough and Eugene of Savoy's army at the 1st big battle of the war. 7 pages.

04/7

The French and allies Army, Blenheim (1704): The combined forces of Tallard, Marsin and the Elector of Bavaria at Blenheim. 6 pages.

1705

 

05/1

The Saxon - Polish Army, Warsaw (1705): The combined cavalry army in Poland and at the Battle of Warsaw. 4 pages.

05/2

The Swedish Royal Army, Poland (1705): The full army and also that at the Battle of Warsaw. 5 pages.

05/3

Russian Korovolan, Gemauerthof (1705): A Russian flying column in the Baltic states area. 3 pages.

05/4

The Swedish Baltic Army, Gemauerthof (1705): Lewenhaupt's Baltic army. 3 pages.

05/5

The Confederate Army, Elixheim (1705): Marlborough's army at this battle. 3 pages.

05/6

The Franco Bavarian Army, Elixheim (1705): French and Bavarian forces at this battle. 3 pages.

05/7

The Imperial Army, Cassano (1705): Prince Eugene's army at this Italian battle. 3 pages.

05/8

The French Army, Cassano (1705): French army of Lombardy at this battle. 3 pages.

1706

 

06/1

The Saxon Army, Poland (1706): The full army in the 1706 campaign. 3 pages.

06/2

The Swedish Royal Army, Poland (1706): The full army in the 1706 campaign. 4 pages.

06/3

The Russian Army, Poland and Grodno (1706): The Russian Army based at Grodno, Poland in 1705 - 1706. 5 pages.

06/4

The Saxon-Russian Army, Fraustadt (1706): The allied force at this battle. 4 pages.

06/5

The Swedish Army, Fraustadt (1706): The Swedish force at this battle. 3 pages.

06/6

The Anti-Swedish Army, Kalisz (1706): The combined Saxon, Polish, Russian and Cossack army at the battle of Kalisz. 6 pages.

06/7

The Pro-Swedish Army, Kalisz (1706): The Swedish, Polish and Lithuanian forces at the battle of Kalisz. 5 pages.

06/8

The Imperial Army, Turin (1706): The Imperial army at the decisive battle of the war in Italy. 5 pages.

06/9

The French Army, Turin (1706): The Imperial army at the decisive battle of the war in Italy. 5 pages.

06/10

The Confederate Army, Ramilles (1706): The 2nd great battle of the war and possibly Marlborough's greatest victory.

06/11

The French Army, Ramilles (1706): Villeroi's French and allied army in Flanders, 1706.

1707

 

07/1

The Allied Army, Almanza (1707): The Portuguese and allies at the decisive battle of the war in Spain. Click here.

07/2

The Franco Spanish Army, Almanza (1707): Berwick's army in Spain. Click here.

1708

 

08/1

The Swedish Royal Army, Russia (1708): The full Royal army in this campaign. 4 pages.

08/2

The Russian Main Armies, Russia (1708): The main field army and also Apraksin's and Bauer's armies in 1708. Also covered the forces of the Revel raid and the actions at Dobroye, Kadine and Kolgapia. 10 pages.

08/3

The Swedish Army, Finland (1708): The army in Finland used for a diversionary attack on St. Petersburg. 3 pages.

08/4

The Russian Northern Army, Baltic (1708): Incorporated into 08/2 above. 3 pages.

08/5

The Swedish Baltic Army, Lesnaja (1708): Also available in the rules book. 3 pages.

08/6

Russian Korovolan, Lesnaja (1708): Also available in the rules book. 3 pages.

08/7

The Lithuanian Crown Army, Koniecpol (1708): The pro Swedish Lithuanian army at this decisive battle both in the war generally and the Polish civil war. 3 pages.

08/8

The Polish Confederate Army, Koniecpol (1708): The anti Swedish Lithuanian army at this decisive battle both in the war generally and the Polish civil war. 3 pages.

08/9

The Swedish Army, Poland (1708 1709)

08/10

The Russian Western Army, Poland (1708)

08/11

The Confederate Army, Oudenarde (1708): Marlborough's army - both the forces engaged and the full army. 10 pages.

08/12

The French Army, Oudenarde (1708): The French and their allies at this battle. Contains the full army of the time and also those available on the day of the battle. 9 pages.

1709

 

09/1

The Swedish Royal Army, Poltava (1709): Also available in the rules book. 7 pages.

09/2

The Russian Army, Poltava (1709): Also available in the rules book. 8 pages.

09/3

The Swedish Royal Army, Perevolochna (1709): The Swedish Royal Army for a 'What if' last stand. 4 pages.

09/4

The Russian Korovolan, Perevolochna (1709): The Russian army for a 'What if' last stand by the once mighty Swedish army. 3 pages.

1710

 

10/1

The Swedish Home Army, Helsingborg (1710): Also available in the rules book. 3 pages.

10/2

The Danish Army, Helsingborg (1710): Also available in the rules book. 3 pages.

1711

 

11/1

The Russian Main Army, Pruth Campaign (1711): The Russian, Moldavian and possibly Walachian army in the Balkans during the 1711 Ottoman War. 7 pages.

11/2

The Ottoman Army, Pruth (1711) and Generic: The Ottoman, Tartar, Cossack, Polish and swedish forces that humbled Peter the Great in 1711. Can also be used for Ottoman armies generally. 6 pages.

11/3

The Russian Army, Pommerania (1711 1718)

1712

 

12/1

The Danish - Saxon Army, Gadebusch (1712): The forces at this battle. 4 pages.

12/2

The Swedish Army, Gadebusch and Holstein (1712 13): The forces at the battle of Gadebusch and including the possible use of Holstein troops in 1713 (against List No. 13/1). 4 pages.

1713

 

13/1

The Allied Army, Holstein (1713): The Danish, Saxon and Russian army in Holstein. 6 pages.

13/2

The Swedish Army, Finland (1713 1714): The mainly Finnish army that defended Finland against Russian invasion. Also features details of the battles of Palkane and Storkyro. 4 pages.

13/3

The Russian Army, Finland (1713 - 1714): The Russian army that invaded Finland. Also features details of the battles of Palkane and Storkyro. 4 pages.

1714

 

14/1

The Russian Army, Storkyro (1714): Incorporated into 13/3 above.

1715

 

15/1

The Allied Army, Stresow (1715): The Danish, Norwegian, Saxon and Prussian invasion force on Rugen island. 6 pages.

15/2

The Swedish Army, Stresow (1715): Swedish forces on Rugen island during the invasion. 3 pages.

15/3

The Brandenburg-Prussian Army, North Germany (1715-1716): The Brandenburg-Prussian army engaged in empire building! 4 pages.

15/4

The Saxon Army, Poland 1715

1716

 

16/1

The Norwegian Army, Norway (1716): The defenders of Norway in 1716, but can also be used for the period 1709 to 1715. 4 pages.

16/2

The Swedish Army, Sweden and Norway (1716): The forces in Sweden, Norway and maybe even Denmark. Can be used for defending the homeland against Danish/Rusian invasion or to invade Norway or Denmark! 6 pages.

16/3

The Danish Army, Denmark and Sweden(1716): Can defend Denmark and/or Norway or invade Sweden. 3 pages.

16/4

The Russian Army, Baltic Coast and Sweden(1716): Russia's Baltic army posed to invade Sweden or maybe aid their Danish or Norwegian allies. 3 pages.

16/5

The Saxon Army, Poland 1716

1718

 

18/1

The Norwegian Army, Norway (1718): The Norwegian forces resisting a Swedish attempt to conquer them. 4 pages.

18/2

The Swedish Army, Norway (1718): The Northern and Southern Swedish armies that invaded Norway in 1718. 4 pages.

Generic

 

G/1

Polish-Lithuanian Armies and Allied Forces (1700-16): A generic list including general details of these armies. 9 pages.

G/2

Russian Allied Contingents, Poland (1702 1706)

G/3

The Hanoverian Army, 1715 - 19: A general list for creating Hanoverian armies. 3 pages.

G/4

The Ottoman Army (1700 1724): An alternative list

G/5

Cossack Armies, Generic and Pruth (1711): Focuses on the Cossack army on the Crimean front during the Russian-Ottoman War and only Cossack 'Rebel' armies. 5 pages.

G/6

Kalmuck Armies, Generic and Pruth (1711): The focus is on the mainly Kalmuck army that attacked the Kuban region during the 1711 campaign. 2 pages.

G/7

Crimean Khanate (Tartar) Armies, Generic and Pruth (1711): Covers the Tartar armies on the Balkans, Crimea and Kuban fronts during the Russian-Ottoman war of 1711. 4 pages.

G/8

Russian Punitive Expeditions, Allied or Rebel Forces: Generic and Pruth (1711)

G/9

The Army of Hesse Kassel: A potential late war Swedish ally.

Note: The War of Spanish Succession lists that are in the Polemos rules book are updated lists and available free to people who have these rules. Send an e-mail to gamerandr@yahoo.com, I will ask you a question about the rules and send the updated lists if you can answer.

 

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