- Quality (letter on lower right) also varies by country so one country's "A" troops may not be as good as. say, another's "B" troops.
Is this true? Really, and if so why?
From what the post I mentioned said, the letters are relative only to the country. So, "A" for a well trained army (GM,GB) is its best and at the beginning, "C" is probably its worse class. The same is true for, say, the OE. However, its best trained troops are not trained as well as, say, Germany's and Germany's reserve corps ("B" rated) are better trained and equipped then the best "A" OE corps. The poster also rated the order that he she thought was probably true.
GB = Great Britain, GM = Germany, OE = Ottoman Empire
Guess I'm gonna have to dig it up - it cleared up a lot for me.