Napoleonic Wars Communication Game

This game for groups of 7 players is about the difficulties of communicating information on the battlefield. It can be used to better understand the Siborne Model held at the National Army Museum. 

Saving Samuel GodleyFour styles of game-play are offered, each inviting participants to discuss things that might hinder communication of information. The activity will encourage students to

  • Understand the physical conditions at the Battle and the challenges they presented in a fun way
  • Appreciate how effective Wellington was as a commander
  • Discuss the consequences of failure, e.g. the human cost

We hope that you find the resource a valuable and inspiring tool to use as part of your lessons.

This page was added on 27/10/2017.

No Comments

Start the ball rolling by posting a comment on this page!

Add a comment about this page

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *