In particular the Battle of Clausen/ Klausen, fought on October 20th, 1735 between the French and Austro-Imperial army. A highly obscure battle in an equally obscure war, with a very low butcher's bill to boot.
I am something of a hobby masochist, with an interest in these minor wars and battles that no one seems to know much about and on which information is hard to come by. This one is no exception, and the sum total of what I've been able to find out are a few wiki entries:
In particular, the action around the bridge at Rivenich may have some potential as a wargame.
No Mollwitzes, Mindens, Fontenoys or Leuthens in this war; the British and Dutch stayed out if it, but you do get Russians in their first "away" game, as well as Danes and a young Prince Frederick serving with the aging Prince Eugene.
In terms of uniforms, although the period is well before the SYW, it looks like the uniforms are closer to that era then to the previous Marlburian wars, as these contemporary pictures by Gudenus of French troops in Mainz would indicate.
On the off chance that anyone out there has any more information about this footnote of a conflict that they would be willing to share, I'd love to hear it.
I was very interested in this war many years ago. Reason for example that it was the last war before the french revolution when prussians and austrians fought on the same side.
One of the most important actions for me was the siege of Kehl. The fortress of Kehl was defended for 2 weeks mostly by troops of the Swabian Cercle.
For a better and more detailed view of Kehl I can recommend to visit the Museum d'histoire in Strasbourg where you could find the most impressive Modell of Strasbourg which shows the town in the 1720s.
The really bloody battles (and enough of them!) were in Italy. So for a more interesting wargaming you would need french and italian allies vs. austrians.
When I remember this war - I have normaly this Picture in mind:
The death of the famour duke of Berwick at Philippsburg!