From: South Carolina, USA
Some notes on the campaign thus far : The Polish campaign went well, except for the loss of the Panzer division. The air losses when the Allies made their attacks were painful, but we took them in stride. Having to expend the landing craft necessary to capture Copenhagen was costly, but acceptable.
The quick capture of Amsterdam was a coup. We waited until we had the proper force structure for this blitz, and it worked very well. The northern border of Belgium is now exposed, which should concern Gary a bit. We intend to build more strength, then begin the big campaign.
We intend to contest the sea battle with the Allies, and want very much to capture France, and then bring Spain in to gain Gibraltar. We want to make the British pay for any advances they wish to make in North Africa. At this point we will do what it takes to prevent Allied shipments to the Soviets, and even to isolate Great Britain. The campaign in France is going to be time critical.
We need things to go very well for us, and against Gary that will not be a given, no, not at all.