From: Lamezia Terme (Italy)
Or the USSR could decide to keep the N-S pact (maybe it's too early to break it and declare war) but the the commercial agreement would vary:
USSR and Germany start the 1939 scenario with a trade agreement in place to exchange German build points for Soviet resources.
In each turn, Germany must lend lease 2 build points to the USSR while the USSR must supply Germany with 7 resources (2 of them must be oil). These numbers can change if circumstances vary. For each of:
ï Rumania; and
that an Axis major power either declares war on or aligns with (see 9.7, 9.8 and 19), reduce the number of resources the USSR must supply by 1 (minimum 0). Reduce the ordinary resources before you reduce any oil resources.
If the GE player, as many times happens fairly early in the game, has allied BU and HU, the russian player would gie 2 (7-5) resources in exchange for 2 BP.
Wouldn't that be 7 -Hungary -Bulgaria = 5 resources for two BP? (3 resources and 2 oil)?
Edit: Sorry, you obviously meant Hungary, Bulgaria plus the three Baltic States. Ignore my question
< Message edited by RFalvo69 -- 10/5/2017 9:09:25 PM >
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