From: the Netherlands
ORIGINAL: Joel Billings
22.214.171.124. FINNISH SURRENDER
Finland surrenders if Helsinki is Soviet
controlled. There is a chance that Finland
will surrender if, after January 1, 1942, any
Finnish city or town is Soviet controlled
or Vyborg, Narva and Pskov are all Soviet
controlled. If one of these conditions is
met, then a Surrender Threshold (ST)
value is calculated equal to 2 plus 1 for
each German Division in Helsinki plus 2
additional points for each Division that is an
Elite SS unit. The ST can never be greater
than 9. Once the ST is determined, if Die
(10)>ST, then Finland surrenders.
When Finland surrenders, all Axis controlled
hexes in Finland will become neutral,
and German units there are removed and
returned as normal reinforcements. Axis and Soviet units are then prohibited from entering or
taking control of any Finnish neutral hexes, to include any type of movement or air drop. All
Soviet controlled hexes in Finland will remain Soviet controlled and Soviet units in those hexes
will remain on the map.
Well thank you very much.
For the record, I think the condition stating that the soviet control of ANY city or town in Finland gives a 80% finnish surrender probability is a bit harsh.
Actually it seems to be pretty realistic. Once Germany was pushed back west and the red army managed to attack into Finland (succesfully) Finland didn't really want to continue the fight...
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