Thanks for the tip laddie
Well I've already finished turn 3 so I just keep on going and see what will happen
The German plan for 22/Jun/41 - 15/Jul/41
The HG Nord strategic objective is northern flanking move on Moskov.
The HG Nord has been assigned most of the Pz.Div and Mot.Div, SS Wiking, SS Das Reich, LSSAH and 1 SS Inf Reg plus 18 Inf Div.
The tactical approach is to push hard with recon elements, trying to secure bridges as quick as possible, armour and mot.infantry to follow close behind plus max out 5-6 Inf.Div. trying to keep up the pace in this race.
Rest of forces is to do major assuaults and mop up.
The objectives for T1-T6 are the bridges on the Dvina River (as many as possible) which makes the following towns main objectives: Jekabpilis, Daugavpilis, Druya, Disna and last but not least Polotsk. Riga is a secondary objective as HG Nord is not tasked with taking Lenningrad.
HG Nord should also support HG Mitte on the assualt on Minsk.
The HG Mitte strategic objective is to strike on the main road to Moskov.
Therefore the main objectives are: Baranovich, Minsk and Smolensk.
The HG Mitte has been assigned 2 Pz.Div, 1 Cav.Div. and 2 Mot.Div plus 24 Inf Div.
The tactical approach is to exploit the only highway on the way to Moskov. Cav and Reco are to push at speed while followed by rest. Pz.Div and Mot.Div. are to lead but as they are only 4 they are not expected to carry the weight but rather to torn defensive lines and provide for chaos in the enemy lines.
The strategic objective for HG Sud is Kiev. Secondary objective is Sevastopol.
The HG Sud had only been assigned 1 Pz.Div and 1 Mot.Div. with 28 Inf Div (plus the Rumanian forces which should result in release of 8-10 Inf Div to HG Mitte).
The tactical approach is to encircle and destroy as many Soviet divisions as possible. The main push is nordish towards Kiev. Once the Romanian forces join the fray the approach will be modified.
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