Thanks for the compliment. It is appreciated.
I have often felt that the AAR's I write do not really do justice to my thoughts and considerations during play. For every decision I document, there is at least 50 that I do not.
For instance during that last turn against Dontra in the south, the proper AAR should begin describing the ground attack with something like:
1) At first I decided to move a few infantry divisions as close to the Soviet lines as possible, in order to find the optimal path of MP for my Panzers were to follow.
2) As the frist line of Soviet defenders were cavalry, I then moved up a 10CV Motorized division, that would have enough MP to conduct three hasty attacks against the Cavalry (assumed to have a max defensive CV of two in unfortified terrain).
3) Proceeding to attack the cavalry brigades with hasty attacks, I failed one and succeeded in two, pushing the cavalry back northeast and southeast respectively.
4) A benefit of moving the Motorized division between the two cavalry divisions was that I now knew the center defenders CV to be X=X (I do not racall by now). I then moved up a Panzer division with enough MP to conduct a prepared attack and also placed its Corps HQ in position to support the attack.
5) Conducting a prepared attack pushed the two defending units back to the northeast.
The above covers the first three attacks of the events in the south where I ended up doing some 20-30 attacks in total - and I have not even documented my air bombings above either. Covering the three areas of the front, I literally make hundreds of decisions like this every turn and hardly any of them ends up being documented.
But I am glad you like what I do end up writing.
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