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RE: Pacific at War 1941-1945 v.3.63 Don is Allies - 9/27/2019 5:58:52 AM   
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Here's the view of Singapore right now. The supply has increased to 3 per hex so maybe I can do another attack soon. It's taking way longer to repair the rail than I thought it would take. I may have to replace all the Singapore attackers with some fresh divisions to keep the pressure on.




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RE: Pacific at War 1941-1945 v.3.63 Don is Allies - 9/27/2019 9:23:18 PM   
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I'm still fighting the partisans on Mindanao. I've had to ship in more troops twice now. But I'm on the verge of getting a handle on the situation. Clearing out the area around the Celebes is taking a lot longer than I had hoped.




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RE: Pacific at War 1941-1945 v.3.63 Don is Allies - 10/10/2019 2:49:00 PM   
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New moves from Don and it's 19April42 and I'm still repairing the rail to Singapore. This is taking a lot longer than I had planned. It's necessary to repair the rail to provide a route for rail embarked units to move further north easily and to facilitate the flow of supply for the units assaulting Singapore. I have no idea how much longer it's going to take to capture Singapore but I'm hoping it's not too much longer because I need that port and airfield.




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RE: Pacific at War 1941-1945 v.3.63 Don is Allies - 10/11/2019 1:54:10 PM   
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Eh, I suppose the game can't simulate the sudden morale drop of the garrison that led to the fall.

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