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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 9/24/2010 7:14:00 PM   
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Is it possible to download D21 scenario somewhere...or what is latest version? I have one I think from the start of 2009 year...

The latest version comes with the TOAW 3.4 update patch

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 9/24/2010 7:15:42 PM   
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Another area where I'm pulling back




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 9/24/2010 7:17:56 PM   
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The overview map shows the areas where I'm carrying out "front line corrections"






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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 10/18/2010 4:02:02 AM   
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31 January 1943
I decided to pull back once more. A powerful Soviet thrust towards Millerovo could severely compromise the southern sector. I'm retreating the Hauptkamplinie behind the Donets.
I'm not gonna use my 1943 shock event to carry out a major offensive operation, but keep my frontline intact to prevent a major collapse.





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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/14/2011 6:50:35 PM   
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A powerful Soviet thrust wrecked my line near Vyazma.
With nothing to back up the defenses there I may be forced to pull back once more.





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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/15/2011 12:02:41 AM   
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The enemy has been advancing beyond Yukhnov and has a strong hold on Vyazma.. My front is in smithereens.
Elements of the Totenkopf division have been given a one-way train ticket to the front..





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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/15/2011 12:04:28 AM   
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I am forced to pull back south of Yukhnov in order to shorten the line and make units available to man the Vyazma-Ugra-Kirov line





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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/26/2011 6:24:33 PM   
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Turn 184
I decided to evacuate the Rzhev bulge which lengetnes my front-line too much.
But in the south there's more trouble brewing... Elmer landed a couple of units in the eastern Crimea, and I hardly have any units on garrison duty there




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/26/2011 11:02:47 PM   
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28 March 1943 - Turn 185
While I was concentrating on evacuating that Rzhev salient, Elmer made the most of his two consecutive turns... A general offensive from the center to the south broke my line in several places and left my front in shatters!
A general pull-back is necessary...






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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 1/26/2011 11:04:06 PM   
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.. and here the situation towards Kursk.
I am pulling back in the south, evacuating the Donetz bend




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/2/2011 11:03:32 PM   
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April 4, 1943 (Turn 187)

THAW! A blessing and a curse ...
While the Soviet offensive will peter out it means that my pull-back and redeployment will be carried out a lot slower

Here's the general situation at the end of my turn 186





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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/2/2011 11:14:12 PM   
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And here's an update on the available hardware... I lost a lot of transport assets this past winter...
Note that my replacement rate went up to 105% of the 1941 production figures, thanks to Albert Speer...
This'll help me bolster my units for the coming summer, which I don't doubt will be a gruelling one...




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/2/2011 11:15:45 PM   
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Elmer runs a lot better, eh? Still needs some work, but it's getting there!

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/2/2011 11:18:16 PM   
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Elmer's doing OK... He's been kicking my butt during the 1942/43 winter
Note that this is an older version of D21 which I modified a bit.
The latest one makes use of the additional objective tracks


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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/4/2011 11:58:03 PM   
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This is the situation at the beginning of my turn for May 5, 1943
The thaw is over and the Red army got two consecutive turns, which caused ultimate disaster in the center and south... They're close to Kursk and Smolensk... I don't know yet how I'm gonna be able to repair my broken lines... I'll have to pull back even further...




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/5/2011 1:05:01 AM   
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I'm railing in reinforcements to counter the Red Army's assault south of Smolensk




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/5/2011 1:05:36 AM   
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Overview of the situation between Kursk and Kharkov




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/5/2011 1:06:26 AM   
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Overview from Izyum to the Black Sea




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 3/5/2011 5:47:59 PM   
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Wow, now thats a beating ...

Some questions:
1. What are these red spots in Finland? I dont hope Soviets, or you are doomed

2. How many HRS have you got left?

3. How much heavy artillery?

4. What are your plans for summer 43'?

In general, I think that you attacked too fierce in 42' and therefore your Wehrmacht was already shattered before winter 42' ...

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 6/27/2011 3:15:57 AM   
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Silvansky, given the number of times you've played FitE, I thought you were going to capture Moscow and win in this scen . After all, you ARE quite experienced as far as these Eastern Front scenarios are concerned.

I'm surprised that you've been driven back. This scenario must be really tough, then.

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 6/27/2011 4:50:43 AM   
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Silvansky, given the number of times you've played FitE, I thought you were going to capture Moscow and win in this scen .


I've never played FitE, and this is my first go at D21... I voluntarily gave up Moscow cuz I felt I couldn't hold it anyway...
I tried the Caucasus in 1942, overstretched and so find myself in an unwinnable position... Gonna continue this game and AAR though...

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 6/27/2011 6:02:28 AM   
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Silvansky, given the number of times you've played FitE, I thought you were going to capture Moscow and win in this scen .


I've never played FitE, and this is my first go at D21... I voluntarily gave up Moscow cuz I felt I couldn't hold it anyway...
I tried the Caucasus in 1942, overstretched and so find myself in an unwinnable position... Gonna continue this game and AAR though...



Can't read ....post.....died from.......holding breath....cough

Seriously though I am glad to know you might to continue the AAR. I guess since I am coughing I have been revived along with the thread.

I enjoy all your posts. Good gaming.



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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 6/27/2011 2:52:51 PM   
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I've never played FitE, and this is my first go at D21... I voluntarily gave up Moscow cuz I felt I couldn't hold it anyway...
I tried the Caucasus in 1942, overstretched and so find myself in an unwinnable position... Gonna continue this game and AAR though...



You know what? I think I'll play this scen. It's gonna be a long one though...

In fact, I've been considering playing it for a while, but your AAR/DAR finally made me decide to have a go at it. Who knows, I may even put up my own AAR/DAR...



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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 6/27/2011 8:59:49 PM   
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I've never played FitE, and this is my first go at D21...



Damn! You're right... I mistook you for larryfulkerson. It's him that's nuts about the Eastern Front, FitE, and all that...

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 10/30/2011 3:03:24 PM   
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So ist this thing dead, or is Mr Silvanski only to occupied to go on?

If the threadstartet doesnt want to play on, I would love to give it a try - the situation is so desperate, it looks challenging


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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 11/1/2011 2:30:12 AM   
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So ist this thing dead, or is Mr Silvanski only to occupied to go on?

I am currently occupied with American Front 1940 pbem, and real life

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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/26/2012 4:37:00 PM   
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Turn 198... The Red Army smashed my southern front and pushes through in the center.. Heavy fighting around Smolensk...




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RE: Moscow or bust! D21 - 2/28/2012 5:05:29 PM   
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Love to see that this AAR is being continued 

Now this will be a real Untergang, as we say in German.

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