Not too happy with this turn really, although the pockets from last turn held, I miscalculated some MPs, and as a result the pockets formed this turn are far from solid. Two of them Brad can simply walk out of. I am too far from my railheads atm. Before you ask, yes, I do regret disbanding those 3 railroad guys
One good thing from this turn however is that Brad is more or less emptying his northern flanks of Rifle Corps as he rushes them south, where I get to devour them. I like that
Also seems Brad is trying to form a new line ahead, but I think it is too little too late. We shall see though.
41 attacks gave a result of 7 helds (5!!! against the same isolated Rifle Corps...), 22 retreats, 4 routs and 8 surrenders this turn.
USSR units in pockets at start of turn
USSR units in pockets at end of turn
24, however 13 can walk to safety and 3 are HQs, so in fact only 8 for sure.
USSR : 302.000 troops, 4.545 guns, 804 AFVs, 909 AC.
Axis : 27.000 troops, 265 guns, 81 AFVs, 81 AC.
USSR units lost
2 Tank Corps, 5 Rifle Corps, 1 Cavalry Corps, 4 Rifle Divisions, 1 Mountain Division, 3 Tank Brigades, 1 Rifle Brigade, 1 Sapper Brigade.
German units disbanded
19 fortified zones, or the socalled "Fortress Poland" were disbanded this turn.
Partisans hunted down
Manpower : 162.679
Vehicles : 233.032
Armaments : 470.779
Hiwi : 24.295
Compare the USSR OOB to the one posted a few turns back
< Message edited by terje439 -- 1/25/2013 1:37:37 PM >
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