From: Bedfordshire UK
And another one in French at HISTOGAMES:
Once the battle is over, a concluding report appears and recognizes losses on both sides. These may seem a little exaggerated at times, and I could see a body count of the Belgian army lost 12,000 in one battle! Each victory brings the experience of your units and these become more effective.
Extract from the review - I think there may be a misunderstanding that losses equal dead bodies, surely losses include troops that can no longer fight, disorganised, without supplies, etc., in 1940 the roads of France and Belgium were full of thousands of disorganised men, not dead, but lost to their own forces, as they were no longer able to fight effectively. Scenes repeated in battles on all fronts.
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