You could make use of these armaments points by disbanding excess units such as Construction Bns, RAD, FBD, LW Air Bases, Luftkorps, and even Corps.
Then I would set objectives for your 1942 summer offensive:
- In the north, you could try to recapture Riga and then start forming a straight line along the Daugava all the way down to the Berezina. Make a bold push forcing your oppent to give ground quickly. There's some excellent defensive terrain. Put this entire front static and place some reserves behind.
- In the center, I wouldn't attack at all because of the thick swamp.
- I would concentrate all amor and motorized divisions in the south for forming pockets and reaching Kiew and the Dnjepr line.
- Use Romanians for building forts.
- Use Italians for attacking since they will disappear in 1943 completely.
- Spare your Hungarians for safe, morale building attacks. You will need them in 1943.
I am sorry, but that seems like to small an order for me
Well, Riga never left my hands, so that one is allready taken. The aim now is to start pushing as soon as the weather clears. The USSR units are really weak, and Brad has confirmed that he has built too many, leaving them all very brittle due to lack of troops.
I am not sure at this time however if space is what I should push for. I am tempted to go for his army instead, killing off units (well, if given a chance, ofc I will take space too ), but the thing is that I either do something clever, or I lose in 44. The ammount of space is not really a big deal imo here, as the front will be too long for me to cover, and the USSR too strong to hold.
The situation as of now;
AGN - stalemate, but this should change when the last divisions arrive at the front, and we should be able to push the enmy back
Border AGN-AGC - forming and eliminating pockets and gaining some ground
AGC - nada, just holding. The enemy here is mainly strongeer units.
AGS - most of our offensive capabilities, and pockets are formed each turn as long as the weather allows it.
I do think that AGS will be the decisive matter (yeah yeah, so I am delusional, let me be so ^^), as there is a huge area of open ground for the USSR to hold. I forsee an ability to really put the hurt on the Red Army down here.
As to disbanding, I do not think the time is here just yet, but as we close in on -43, then yes, stuff will need to be disbanded, but for now, I will not do so.
"Hun skal torpederes!" - Birger Eriksen
("She is to be torpedoed!")