From: Hex X37, Y15
After Soviet moves. The Kiev-pocket proves breakable, and the Panzers have an extremely convoluted supply path. Even though they will close the pocket again next turn, I hope the Germans may have bitten over more than they can easily chew, at least they will be delayed for a while.
In the center not much is happening. It appears that one panzer group is having a rest around Smolensk. I suspect he might be gassing them up. I withdraw and form a MLR with only a thin picket screen in front. I am a bit concerned about next turn here, but it is the best I can do.
In the south, large parts of the front is covered ony by a thin screen. I am out of units!
I evacuate the KV-factory in Leningrad this turn, I am taking no chances with that, and most of the ARM. Poltava is empty, and I have brought out most of Dnepropetrovsk as well. Kaluga and Bryansk are empty too. Kharkov and Tula might be in reach of a very ambitious panzer thrust, but just maybe barely. Well, I put a unit in front of Kharkov, not mch else I can do, and Michael T doesn't appear to be the raiding type, but perhaps that will change now when the bulk of the Soviet army is destroyed or neutralised. Well, we'll see.
< Message edited by Tarhunnas -- 6/3/2012 12:24:54 PM >