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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 5:27:43 PM   
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The Axis do very little this turn. Frankly they could do without losing any more units in France...

....and the turn ends.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 5:29:34 PM   
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US Entry Level

Ge/It Entry Level 40
Japan Entry Level 20

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 8:10:32 PM   
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Production:

Germany:
2 x Infantry
Armour HQ
2 x Fighter

Italy:
2 x Naval Repair
Land Air

Japan:
2 x Naval Construction
Marine Div
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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 8:19:42 PM   
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Production:

China:
Save

CW:
Naval Repair
Naval Construction
Liner
2 x Carrier Air
Naval Air
Pilot

France:
2 x Infantry

US:
2 x Naval Construction
Marine Division

USSR:
Paratroop
Armour
Fighter
Pilot



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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 8:29:47 PM   
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The Germans are asked if they want to establish Vichy. Given the time and the losses suffered to date, they say YES!

The various territories are rolled for:

Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia: 1 = Vichy
French West Africa: 10 = Free French
Syria: 7 = Vichy
French Indo-China: 7 = Vichy
Madagascar: 9 = Free French
Asian Minor Terr: 6 = Vichy
French Equitorial Africa: 1 = Vichy
French Pacific Minor Terr: 6 = Free French
Other: 5 = Vichy

France New Home Country - Madagascar
Axis Creates Vichy (US Entry): 6

US Entry Level
Ge/It Entry Level: 45
Japan Entry Level: 22


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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:02:27 PM   
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Vichy is created - and this is what it looks like MWIF stylee




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:09:09 PM   
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Reinforcement Phase

China:
Receives "Vinegar Joe" Stillwell

Commonwealth:

CW get Indefatigable and Temeraire in the Construction pool and an Indian Infantry

US:

At last some decent aircraft - a Mariner and a Dauntless.

USSR

Some decent Infantry, Armour and Mech arrive + a LaGG-1 Fighter


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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:10:24 PM   
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I seem to be a little lost. Is this the WiF School thread?






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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:13:13 PM   
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Reinforcement Phase

Germany:

Admiral Scheer and a long range Bf-110E arrive along with two infantry and an armour.

Italy:

Sparviero turns up in the Construction pool and they receive a Cavalry Corps.

Japan:

Junyo appears in the Construction pool. More importantly they get a mech and an armour. Time to kick start the war in China.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:13:31 PM   
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I know when I eventually play this game, I will manipulate things in a solitaire game to make the Vichy go into vicious combat somewhere, somehow, just to see the pretty colors in action. Maybe I'll ship them all to French Indo-China and have the Chinese invade the place, so we can have a Yellow vs Purple war. That will be neat.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:15:31 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Missouri_Rebel

I seem to be a little lost. Is this the WiF School thread?





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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:18:08 PM   
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Initiative and Weather Phase

The Allies win the Initiative. The Germans want it so they can attack the CW units in northern France. Sadly for Adolf he losses the re-match too...

The weather is fine everywhere.


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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/18/2013 9:35:22 PM   
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I seem to be a little lost. Is this the WiF School thread?





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In the US they all look like that

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/19/2013 6:27:30 PM   
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I seem to be a little lost. Is this the WiF School thread?





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My teachers never looked like that



Then you went to all of the wrong schools.

Ok, I lied. Mine never looked like that. I did have a few good looking ones, but never in these outfits..

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/19/2013 8:01:00 PM   
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The Führer and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces
Führer Headquarters,
12th November 1940.


Directive No. 18

The preparatory measures of the High Command for the conduct of the war in the near future will be made on the following lines:

1. Relations with France.

The aim of my policy towards France is to co-operate with that country in the most effective manner possible for the future conduct of the war against England. For the present France will assume the role of a 'non-belligerent power' and will thus be required to allow German war measures on French territory and particularly in the African colonies. She will also be required to support these measures with her own forces as far as may be necessary. The most urgent duty of the French is to secure their African possessions (West and Equatorial Africa), offensively and defensively, against England and the de Gaulle movement. From this the full participation of France in the war against England may develop.

The conversations with France begun at my meeting with Marshal Pétain will, apart from the day-to-day work of the Armistice Commission, be carried out exclusively by the Foreign Office, in liaison with the High Command of the Armed Forces.

Further instructions will be issued when these conversations are concluded.

2. Spain and Portugal.

Political measures to bring about the entry into the war of Spain in the near future have already been initiated. The aim of German intervention in the Iberian peninsula (cover-name 'Felix') will be to drive the English from the Western Mediterranean. To this end—

(a) Gibraltar is to be captured and the Straits closed.
(b) The English are to be prevented from gaining a footing at any other point on the Iberian peninsula or in the Atlantic Islands.

The preparation and execution of this operation is planned as follows:

PHASE I

(a) Reconnaissance parties (officers in plain clothes) will draw up the necessary plans for action against Gibraltar and for the capture of airfields. With regard to cover and collaboration with the Spaniards they will conform with the security measures of the Chief, Armed Forces Intelligence Division [Ausland Abwehr].

(b) Special detachments of the Armed Forces Intelligence Division, in secret collaboration with the Spaniards, will undertake to secure the Gibraltar area against any attempts by the English to enlarge the area they control or to discover and interfere prematurely with our preparations.

(c) Formations detailed for the operation will be concentrated at a considerable distance from the Franco-Spanish frontier and without previous briefing of troops. Three weeks before troops are timed to cross the Spanish-French frontier (and after the conclusion of preparations for the occupation of the Atlantic Islands) a warning order will be issued.

In view of the low capacity of Spanish railways the Army will detail chiefly motorised formations for this operation, so that the railways are available for supplies.

PHASE II

(a) Units of the Air Force, summoned through observation in the Algeciras area, will set out from French bases and make a well-timed air attack on English naval forces in Gibraltar harbour. After the attack they will land in Spanish airports.

(b) Shortly after this attack units detailed for operations in Spain will cross or fly over the Franco-Spanish frontier.

PHASE III

(a) An attack will be made with German troops to seize Gibraltar.

(b) Forces will be made ready to invade Portugal should the English gain a footing there. Formations detailed for this purpose will enter Spain immediately behind the forces intended for Gibraltar.

PHASE IV

After the capture of the Rock, the Spaniards will be assisted to close the Straits ; if necessary, from Spanish Morocco also.

The strength of the formations destined for 'Undertaking Felix' will be as follows :
Army.

Formations detailed for Gibraltar must be strong enough to capture the Rock even without Spanish support.

A smaller force must also be available to support the Spaniards in the improbable event of an attempted English landing on another part of the coast.

Motorised forces will be employed in the main for a possible invasion of Portugal.
Air Force.

The forces detailed for the attack on Gibraltar harbour must be sufficient to ensure a resounding success.

Dive-bomber units, in particular, are to be transferred to Spain to engage naval targets and to support the attack on the Rock.

Army formations will be allotted sufficient anti-aircraft artillery to allow them to engage targets on the ground also.
Navy.

Submarines will be used to engage the English Gibraltar squadron, particularly when it leaves harbour, as is likely after the attack.

To support the Spaniards in closing the Straits, preparations are to be made, in conjunction with the Army, to bring over single coastal batteries.

Italian participation in the operation is not expected.

The Atlantic Islands (especially the Canaries and Cape Verde Islands) will assume additional naval importance after the operations against Gibraltar, both for the English and for ourselves. Commanders-in-Chief Navy and Air Force are to consider the best means of supporting the defence of the Canaries by the Spaniards and the occupation of the Cape Verde Islands.

I also request that the problem of occupying Madeira and the Azores should be considered, together with the advantages and disadvantages which this would entail for our sea and air warfare. The results of these investigations are to be submitted to me as soon as possible.

3. Italian offensive against Egypt.

The employment of German forces will be considered, if at all, only after the Italians have reached Mersa Matruh. But even then, the use of German air units will only be considered if the Italians will provide the necessary air bases.

The preparations of the Armed Services for operations in this theatre or in any other North African theatre of war will be made on the following basis:

Army: One Armoured Division (composition as already laid down) will stand by for service in North Africa.

Navy: German ships in Italian ports which are suitable as troopships will be converted to carry the largest possible forces either to Libya or to North-west Africa.
Air Force: Plans will be made for attacks on Alexandria and on the Suez Caml to close it to English warships.

4. The Balkans.

Commander-in-Chief Army will be prepared, if necessary, to occupy from Bulgaria the Greek mainland north of the Aegean Sea. This will enable the German Air Force to attack targets in the Eastern Mediterranean, and in particular those English air bases which threaten the Rumanian oilfields.

In order to be capable of fulfilling all tasks, and to keep Turkey in check, planning and march tables will assume the employment of an Army Group in a strength of about ten divisions. The use of the railway line running through Yugoslavia will not be assumed in planning the movement of these forces. In order to reduce the time required for the movement, the German Military Mission in Rumania will be shortly reinforced to an extent about which I require advice.

In conjunction with the proposed land operations, Commander-in-Chief Air Force will prepare to post air force units to the Southeastern Balkans and to set up an Air Force Signal Service on the southern frontier of Bulgaria.

The German Air Force Mission in Rumania will be reinforced to the extent proposed to me. Requests by Bulgaria for equipment for its army (weapons and ammunition) will be met sympathetically.

5. Russia.

Political discussions for the purpose of clarifying Russia's attitude in the immediate future have already begun. Regardless of the outcome of these conversations, all preparations for the East for which verbal orders have already been given will be continued.

Further directives will follow on this subject as soon as the basic operational plan of the Army has been submitted to me and approved.

6. Landing in England.

Since changes in the general situation may make it possible, or necessary, to revert to 'Undertaking Sea-Lion' in the spring of 1941, the three branches of the Armed Forces will make every effort to improve in every way the conditions for such an operation.

7. I await reports from Commanders-in-Chief on the operations laid down in this directive. I will then issue orders on. the manner of execution and the timing of individual operations.

In the interests of security, special measures are to be taken to limit the number of those working on these plans. This applies particularly to the undertaking in Spain and to the plans relating to the Atlantic Islands.

ADOLF HITLER


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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 1:46:11 AM   
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ooooohhhhh, an Axis Coup Cell in Spain. I hope they roll a '6' !


sorry, ghost-of-WiF-past flashback.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 2:04:13 AM   
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The CW choose a naval and put two fleets to sea to protect their convoys, while in the North Sea, the Home Fleet is on hand to provide support to the BEF. Sadly the Mediterranean Fleet fails to find the Italian convoy.






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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 2:14:39 AM   
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Lots for the Axis to do this impulse so may have to leave to the weekend. Specifically:

- Japan needs to kick start their war in China which has ground to a halt.
- They also need to start thinking about US Entry and their goals in the Pacific.

- Italy - what to do about North Africa. Germany may need to lend them some resources.

- Germany. First and foremost get the BEF off the continent as painlessly (for the Germans) as possible. Then decide what to do about Fuhrer Directive 18.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 3:29:19 AM   
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Keep up the good work Bob. It takes a lot of effort to do an AAR.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 3:37:37 AM   
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I'll see if I can get one Axis impulse done.

Italy - I have been having problems with saving the oil Italy receives from Romania. As a result, the Regia Marina is laid up in La Spezia - the bunkers empty...

While I try and sort this problem, I decide to leave the convoy counter in place in the hope that the Royal Navy fail to find it..

Back to the Germans. The British 4th Motorised Corps in Boulogne provides a very tempting target. The issues for the Germans are twofold; a) the RN can provide strong support to the defence, and b) the RAF is providing a good fighter screen.

The Luftwaffe allocate two aircraft to try and disorganise the CW unit, and fly an Me-110E in support.

The RAF put everything into the defence - 5 fighters! The Luftwaffe has no choice but to bring in its remaining fighters that can reach - but the RAF have the edge on quality....






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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 3:46:18 AM   
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The first round of combat:

The RAF roll a 10 which clears the Stuka through... bad start for the British.
The Luftwaffe roll a 0 which clears a British bomber through..but there are none so no effect.

Both sides stick around...

Oh no! The RAF roll another 10 and the Ju-88A1 is cleared through.
Just to compound the misery the Germans roll a 19. The lead Spitfire is destroyed - along with the pilot..

The Germans decide to stay around - the British have little choice but withdraw..






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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 3:49:36 AM   
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Onto the ground strike and the Stuka proves deadly accurate, disorganising the British unit.




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 3:58:00 AM   
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The German Army move in for the kill.

The 15-inchers of HM battleships Queen Elizabeth, Resolution and Revenge pound the German positions. The Battle of Boulogne gets into full swing...




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:04:27 AM   
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von Bock provides HQ support for the attack. With no defending fighter left, the Luftwaffe also bring in two bombers to increase the odds together with a fighter to warn off any British bomber threat.

The CW choose the Assault table and....

Its a roll of 11. The CW unit is destroyed and at a cost of just three disorganised units. A good turn for the Germans.




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:13:49 AM   
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The Germans end the turn by bringing up aircraft for an attack on Gort - von Leeb also reorganises a Stuka... Lord Gort suddenly breaks out into Usher mode - "It's gettin' hot in here!" Thankfully he declined to take off all his clothes...




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:26:54 AM   
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Keep up the good work Bob. It takes a lot of effort to do an AAR.
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Hi Mo Reb - what's with the Avatar identity crises?


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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:37:56 AM   
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Allied turn is quite quick. In North Africa the CW forces are bearing down on Benghazi, while in India, the Delhi Militia tries to get rid of the Partisan counter that is stopping a resource.




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:40:20 AM   
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Keep up the good work Bob. It takes a lot of effort to do an AAR.
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Hi Mo Reb - what's with the Avatar identity crises?



Just messing around. I'll likely go back to army issued green. Gotta admit, those Nationals have some flair.

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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:40:33 AM   
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Well that was rubbish.. the CW lose the Indian unit to the Partisan - I guess he should have waited for reinforcements from the south..

And that brings this impulse to a close.




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RE: Bob Flemin's MWIF AARse - 11/20/2013 4:44:07 AM   
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Keep up the good work Bob. It takes a lot of effort to do an AAR.
warspite1

Hi Mo Reb - what's with the Avatar identity crises?



Just messing around. I'll likely go back to army issued green. Gotta admit, those Nationals have some flair.
warspite1

Nice colour


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