Thanks that you offer your help.
As I said I would like to see maps for sectors in Battle for Europ Campaign or skirmish maps for single and multi player.
It is a lot of work because so many maps were neede there. Nevetheless these maps can be use for two players skirmish games too.
Maybe we can start discuse skirmish maps for Silesia or Saxony here. These sectors do not exist in that campaign, but it were interesting places where some important Napoleonic campaigns and battles were fougth at 1806/7 and 1813 e.g. Jena, Auerstedt, Bautzen, Lutzen, Dresden, Kaczawa (Katzbach), Leipzig. Some siges were also - Wroclaw (Breslau), Glogow (Glogau), Swidnica (Schwednitz), Kozle (Kosel) etc.
If we look at real geographical maps there are mountains, plain, big rivers, some forests many fortresses or fortifications and even main towns.
I know there are limitations of CII map editor of course. Nevetheless it could be interesting.
Added (07/June/2010, 3:37 PM)
I asked mapmakers there, can they make Silesian or Saxony map for C2 game. This time I add some information about Province of Silesia which could be Silesian sector or skirmish map for C2 BFE.
Province of Silesia
Silesia is historical region located mostly in Poland with parts in Czech and Germany. During Napoleonic Wars it was mainly province of the Kingdom of Prussia. This territory has been conquered from Habsburg Austrian Empire during Silesian Wars in 18 century. There were many sieges and battles in 1806-7 and 1813-14 too. Silesia was resource-rich and populous region important for economy, there were many mines, workshops, stone pits, forests and farms. Therefore there were many fortified towns, fortresses and strongholds.
Most of Silesia is relatively flat, but southern border is mountainous. It is located along both banks of the upper and middle Oder (Odra) river. The region include many tributaries of the Oder including Bóbr, Kaczawa, Nysa Łużycka, Nysa Kłodzka and other rivers and streams which can make some troubles during heavy rainy days.
Silesia was populous region and there were located many villages and towns.
On North were located Grunberg (Zielona Góra) and Glogau (Głogów). This last town and fortress was easy captured in 1806, but was long siege in 1813-14. There were many weaver shops and many forests at that region.
Lower Silesia were also known as food production area and there upon Oder river was located province capital Breslau (Wrocław). It was big town, manufacture, commercial and administrative center which was siege in 1806-7. Upon Oder also were located small towns as like Oppeln (Opole) and Brieg (Brzeg). This last one had even stronghold which was easy captured in 1807. Upon small Katzbach (Kaczawa) river was located old town Leignitz (Legnica). Near that place in August 1813 were accidental big engagement occurred during heavy thunderstorm at the Katzbach river which resulted in French defeat and heavy losses.
On southern border were located many towns, villages and strongholds as like Schweidnitz (Swidnica), Silberberg (Srebrna Góra), Glaz (Kłodzko), Neisse (Nysa) and Kosel (Koźle) which were siege during Napoleonic Wars. Kosel was siege even several month, but was not captured in 1807. Interesting to know that Prussian heavy cannons took from captured Schweidnitz were then used during siege of Danzig (Gdańsk) at 1807. In this region were many weavers shops, stone pits, sawmills and even gold and silver mines.
In Upper Silesia, on South East were many towns and villages e.g. Gleiwitz (Gliwice), Konigshutte (Chorzów), Tarnowitz (Tarnowskie Góry), Beuthen (Bytom), Kattowitz (Katowice). This region was resource-rich, there were many coal, lead, iron, silver mines, and many iron, silver and lead-works. It was important workshops area.
Main roads were lead from North-West to South-East, from Grunberg cross Glogau, Breslau, Berg, Oppeln to Beuthen. This was road from Prussian Berlin to Polish Krakow. Other important roads it were West to East road from Saxony capital Dresden cross Legnitz to Breslau and then to Krakow. Next one road lead on South from Breslau cross Glatz to Austrian Wien. Next one on North from Breslau to Polish Capital Warsaw. Other roads were from Glogau on North to Polish Posen (Poznan) and from Breslau cross Neisse (Nysa) to Opava and Cieszyn in Austrian part of Silesia. In Silesia also were many other roads, because there were located many small towns and villages a specially on southern and western border.
Oder was big river and was crossable at Breslau, Oppeln and Glogau, but I do not know well what bridges were there at that period. Oder had many tributaries which made sometime some problems. On South border was Sudety Mountains.
Here you are some maps where you can find Silesia.
Hope that it help skilled men which can make this Silesian map for C2.
Added (07/July/2010, 11:55 Am)
Hmm, what a pity is that anybody is interesting in Silesian map there. Maybe map makers can take into account Saxony and Thuringia map. It was interesting territory during Napoleonic Wars. Napoleon destroy Prussian Army there and few years later he lost his biggest battle and it was decisive to his collapse in Germany. Here I put some remarks about that.
Thuringia, Saxony and Lusatia are locate in central and southern eastern part of present-day Germany. During Napoleonic Wars there were located many states as like Electorate, then Kingdom of Saxony and many other Anhalt, and Saxe Duchies. There also were few Prussian enclaves as like Erfurt, Halle and Cottbus. Saxony at first allied itself to Prussia, but afterwards joined Napoleon and entered the Confederation of the Rhine in December 1806 and many small duchies did it in April 1807. Then Saxons army fought in many Napoleonic campaigns as French allies, but at last they deserted to French enemy coalition forces in Autumn 1813.
On that territory were fought many famous battles e.g. Jena and Auerstadt in 1806, and Lutzen, Bautzen, Dresden, Leipzig in 1813. There were many other battles, skirmishes and sieges too. Therefore it could be interesting separate sector in C2 BFE Campaign. Neutral in the beginning, soon Saxons could allied with Prussians and then with French and can join Confederation of the Rhine. Saxony also can be interesting map for skirmish games.
These territories are lowland on northern, eastern and central parts, but mountainous on southern and western borders, where are Thuringia Forest on west south and Erzgebirge on south.
In Thuringia and Saxony run many rivers. Biggest is upper Elbe river which run from south to north west and divide that territory on two parts. Other rivers there run mainly from south to north e.g. these are Saale, Mulde, White Elster, Spree and Lauzitzer Neisse (Nysa Łużycka) rivers. These are not so big rivers, but it gave numerous water obstacles which made some problems sometime. Maneuvers in these conditions was not so easy a specially on west east direction.
These territories were populous and there were located many towns and villages e.g. Gotha, Erfurt, Weimar, Jena on west, Halle, Leipzig and Torgau in the center, Dessau, Wittenberg and Cottbus on north, Chemnitz, Dresden, Bautzen and Gorlitz on south.
There were located many fortified towns, fortresses, strongholds and many roads leads cross Thuringia and Saxons territory.
From west to east it were roads cross Gotha, Erfurt, Weimar, Leipzig, Dresden, Gorlitz and further to Prussian Province of Silesia.
From south west to north east lead few roads from Bavaria and other southern Germany states. It were: road from Bavarian Nurnberg cross Bayreuth and Hoff to Saxons capital Dresden, and road from Bavarian Nurnberg cross Bamberg and then two roads cross mountainous Thuringia Forest to Gera and Leipzig. Napoleon used these roads from Bavaria during Jena Auerstadt campaign 1806.
Leipzig was important town, mercantile center and big cross-roads where were fought biggest Napoleonic Battle of the Nation in 1813.
There were many roads. On south east from Leipzig was road to Saxon capital Dresden, and on north east road lead to Prussian capital Berlin. On that direction were located Wittenberg fortified town upon Elbe river. On north Saxons border were fought battle at Dennewitz in 1813.
On north west from Leipzig roads leads to Prussian enclaves Halle and further to fortified Magdeburg. There were battle at Halle and siege of Magdeburg in 1806.
On north east from Leipzig road lead to fortified Saxons Torgau upon Elbe river. On south west roads leads to Bavarian Bamberg, and another one road to Erfurt. On that direction was fought battles at Auerstedt in 1806 and at Lutzen in 1813.
Dresden was capital of Electorate, then Kingdom of Saxony. This town was not only administrative center, there were some production as like linen shops. There were many military actions at that period e.g. Austrian capture this town in 1809, Russian and Prussian occupied this area at spring 1813, then Napoleon recapture it and big battle was there in August 1813, and few month later here were laid siege too.
The roads leads there on south from Dresden to Pirna and Konigstein, two strongholds, and further to Bohemian Prague in Habsburg Empire. On that direction were fought few battles as like Dresden and Kulm in 1813. However this last one was in Bohemia, outside of Saxons territory.
On east from Dresden was road to Gorlitz and further to Breslau(Wroclaw) in Prussian Silesia. On that direction were battles at Bautzen in 1813.
On west from Dresden was road to Bavaria and on north west to Leipzig. On that direction were fought only skirmishes.
Saxons economy was not so big, but there were made famous Saxons porcelain. There were some recourses e.g. coal, silver, copper and salt and productions area e.g. food, wool and linen. There were some metal works too. Wood and stone were in mountainous regions.
Here you are some historical maps where you can find Thuringia and Saxony.