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Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/9/2012 4:21:44 AM   
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Is there a way for Japan to increase production of tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles?

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/9/2012 4:42:58 AM   
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Expand armaments factories for artillery, and vehicles factories for tanks and vehicles. Mines...don't think so (but not positive.)

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/9/2012 6:12:41 AM   
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Is there a way for Japan to increase production of tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles?

Thanks


Japan is producing squads, guns and vehicle when they are needed, as long as there is enough manpower and armament or vehicle points in pool.

Players cannot increase mine production.

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/9/2012 9:16:38 PM   
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Thanks for the information. So when you say 'pool' that refers to the # in () after the factory total in the industrial information summary page?



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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/10/2012 12:27:34 AM   
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ORIGINAL: abulbulian

Thanks for the information. So when you say 'pool' that refers to the # in () after the factory total in the industrial information summary page?



Yes ... You'll probably need to increase Veh production to around 200 -250 depending on the the mod and level of engagement. Arm factories can be increasingly halted as time passes. I do this from the beginning having about 350 running.

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/10/2012 12:47:50 AM   
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"make ready in peace what you need in war" - ancient military maxim

if not for the geographical stalemate maintained by strategic arms,

the wargamers would be considered the pinnacle of society - and the most crucial to its survival


apparently someone figured out that the major cities of europe could be destroyed with a chemical gas strike,

so technically WW2 was fought with a "house rule" of no chemical gas allowed

amazing it was respected by all sides?

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/10/2012 1:04:21 AM   
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"make ready in peace what you need in war" - ancient military maxim

if not for the geographical stalemate maintained by strategic arms,

the wargamers would be considered the pinnacle of society - and the most crucial to its survival


apparently someone figured out that the major cities of europe could be destroyed with a chemical gas strike,

so technically WW2 was fought with a "house rule" of no chemical gas allowed

amazing it was respected by all sides?


The little corporal had himself been subjected to a gas attack on the western front during the Great War, so he feared gas so much that he wouldn't deploy it against the allies. Didn't prevent him from using it to murder seven million jews though...

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RE: Japan production in tanks, mines, arty, and vehicles - 11/11/2012 11:46:17 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: temagic


quote:

ORIGINAL: Commander Stormwolf



"make ready in peace what you need in war" - ancient military maxim

if not for the geographical stalemate maintained by strategic arms,

the wargamers would be considered the pinnacle of society - and the most crucial to its survival


apparently someone figured out that the major cities of europe could be destroyed with a chemical gas strike,

so technically WW2 was fought with a "house rule" of no chemical gas allowed

amazing it was respected by all sides?


The little corporal had himself been subjected to a gas attack on the western front during the Great War, so he feared gas so much that he wouldn't deploy it against the allies. Didn't prevent him from using it to murder seven million jews though...

That and the fear of retaliation.

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