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RE: Doublecross: Allied Perspective - 6/16/2009 12:01:56 AM   
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February 16th, 1945

Our landing force for Denmark is underway. We hope that there are no surprises such as some remaining Axis naval units popping up from nowhere to intercept. Amphibious operations are always hazardous. But if we fail we just have to try again since we are not prepared for airborne operations and buying new units now will mean we cannot use them for about 5 turns including placement, transfer to Europe and the obligatory 3-turn wait after movement. We are happy though the the British make a first step in opening up the Italian deadlock near Venice. US tanks will be also on the scene shortly.




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RE: Doublecross: Allied Perspective - 6/17/2009 2:06:03 AM   
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Copenhagen, the last German outpost, falls after amphibious landing and heavy bombing.




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RE: Doublecross: Allied Perspective - 6/17/2009 2:13:26 AM   
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After the fall of Germany the remaining Axis powers Italy and Persia have sued for peace and we have offered them honorable terms.

This concludes this AAR and I want to thank my opponent Etienne Gaudreau for the second great game of RtV. If anything I have enjoyed this second installment more than the first since it was a more mobile game without too long periods of static front line. Even though the Western Allies will win the VP count, the most memorable moment of the game for me was the fall of Stalingrad, something that was new to this game so far at this setting and has not been achieved by the Axis players before. I draw my hat.

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RE: Doublecross: Allied Perspective - 6/17/2009 4:57:00 AM   
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A very enjoyable game to watch. Thanks for all your effort in this AAR.

I suspect Gary will give you some more practice in defending the Soviet Union!

Chuck

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RE: Doublecross: Allied Perspective - 6/17/2009 10:11:04 PM   
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Chuck,

I certainly need the practice....

But I also wanted to thank you once more for detecting the Tallin convoy problem earlier during this game that almost prevented us from continuing. I would have never been able to find or detect it in the game files.

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