From: Warminster England
hehe, the fins are tough guys, it will cost your opponent some time to fight them down. Maybe you can hold out until Barbarossa? :) I wonder, why your opponent didn't move into Belgium. This way, you only stand 6 Hex from Paris, and three turns of case yellow still ahead. Looks good :) To kick out Beglium and Netherlands within two turns needs luck, I guess. So no reason to worry about this ETE. Now go on and visit the city of love ;)
Im not sure moving French units into Belgium is a wise move i dont tend to do this when i play as the Allies,I think my worthy opponent has built his French defences as deep as possible its harder to attack under 3.4,If you notice his French front line is made up of Infantry divs his big units are further back,I guess he is hoping that my units will be a bit low on readiness when they engage them.
Not sure what to expect in Finland he blows the bridges behind my front line but no attacks maybe he wont attack at all but he will get 3 Armd corps for the Red army for declaring war they will come in usefull.