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Answered:Why are distant Areas changing control? - 1/17/2017 3:05:39 PM   
jack54


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Hi version 1.01.48 Battlground Italy scenario as WA.

It's Turn 12 Sept 25 after crossing Messina areas in Italy (Basilicala, Puglia) along with Corsica and Sardinia have changed to WA control. Most iterdiction levels seem to be neutral.

I checked the Logs and Turn 11 event log says that Taranto was captured... is this Partisan activity?

After AMPH and Para landings on Sardinia Engineering groups (US 344 and 335) advanced well ahead of the invasion forces which would lead me to believe the areas are safe. I'm not saying anything is wrong I just don't get it.

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RE: Why are distant Areas changeing contol? - 1/17/2017 3:46:23 PM   
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Did Italians surrender? Maybe something with that.

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RE: Why are distant Areas changing control? - 1/17/2017 6:52:13 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Deerslayer

Did Italians surrender? Maybe something with that.


That's it... turn 12 event log has several Italian Divisions and Regiments 'withdrawing'.

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RE: Why are distant Areas changing control? - 1/19/2017 2:38:22 AM   
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When that happens, see if you can land a Regt or something in Taranto, before the Germans flip it back. The port is damaged, so you probably can't unload anything bigger, but I would give that a shot.

If you have a TF with a Commando Unit, you can move the TF in there, and "CONVERT" the Brigade, I think even if the port is 100% damaged.

You just want to grab that if you can.....

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