Still mud, so nothing really happens. We make the few attacks we can, and force two units to surrender. A total of 8 attacks results in 3 held, 3 retreat and 2 surrender.
Like the officers of the Wehrmacht during WWII, I find myself more and more concerned about the upcoming winter (well blizzard that is). Guess orders should be given to stop our troops from reading books about the Napoleonic Russia campaign...
USSR : 17.000 troops, 229 guns, 0 AFVs, 7 AC.
Axis : 25.000 troops, 132 guns, 19 AFVs, 25 AC.
USSR : 2.175.000 troops, 31.449 guns, 12.357 AFVs, 6900 AC.
Axis : 575.000 troops, 5.501 guns, 2437 AFVs, 1.130 AC.
2 infantry divisions surrender this turn. The first divisions to be "permanently" destroyed in the campaign.
Manpower : 48.294
Vehicle : 138.850
Armaments : 79.359
Hiwi : 96.691
2 partisan units are forced away this turn.
Trying to figure out why the USSR are focused where they are, and why they have the units they do in the places they do.
"Hun skal torpederes!" - Birger Eriksen
("She is to be torpedoed!")