Grande Armée is a set of rules by which players can use miniature figures of any size or basing system to recreate the famous, large-scale battles of the Napoleonic wars. In wargame parlance, it is "grand-tactical" in scope, in that players command entire armies, moving whole corps and divisions on the table. The basic unit on the table-top is the brigade, representing a few thousand soldiers. At this scale, of course, many things are abstracted. We do not concern ourselves with the actions of small groups of soldiers. Rather, we place ourselves in the roles of generals, ordering thousands of men to move, attack, or defend. And, like those generals of history, we don't know whether or not our officers and men are going to behave exactly as we hope or expect.
Special Grande Armée “Command Point” Markers - I made the flags using vectored graphics so not only will they print up very nicely, but can be scaled and still look great should you want bigger or smaller flags to use as markers. (French, Austrian, Prussian, Russian, British, and Spanish flags)
The rulebook does not have an index for some reason. However, Paul Minson had created an index for the 2004 printing of the rules. Should also work for the 2002 printing of which only about 1,000 were printed.