From: Winnipeg, MB
Burma: Surprisingly, the main Japanese stack north of Rangoon doesn't vacate the hex. The big Allied stack attacks the very large Japanese stack, which to this point has never been bloodied. Despite low odds, the Allied inflict heavy infantry losses while absorbing heavy punishment themselves.
If this Japanese stack keeps getting bloodied, the pending battle around Pegu could get interesting. Ultimately, I think the Japanese army will avoid encirclement but will take pretty heavy punishment, seriously affecting its combat worthiness.
Looks like he has a big advantage in heavy artillery, which is why your "support troops" (gunners), guns and trucks suffered so much. Bombing from the air doesn't seem to take out heavy artillery all that well, but it will cripple some of his gunners. Your best bet is to run him out of supply, IMO.
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