From: Berlin, Germany
The Soviets consolidate in the North, while driving into the gap between AGN and AGC. I should not become a major threat, but requires forces to deal with this part of the front. If this continues unchecked, AGN and AGC supply lines could be in danger.
More worrying is the Soviet counteroffensive at the shore of the blacks sea.
AGN: PG4 has got many APs and good readiness, allowing considerable progress. As a nice bonus, a SS division has enough AP to attack the Soviet HQs behind the line. The assault on Narva fails.
AGC: The battle of encirclement comes to an end as PG2 and PG4 finally close the pocket. More progress is hindered by the fact that PG3 only had 60ish AP this turn.
AGS: One pocket cleared and another one formed. Immediate liquidation fails unfortunately. FSB will relocate to Krivoi Rog during the next 12 days.
The Soviet counteroffensive is threatening. If the rail to Odessa is reconnected, the Sovs could place a new army in Odessa. This would allow them to have one gorup of units securing odessa, while raiding the AGS rail line with the second one. To prevent this, AGS (especially 11th army) is ordered to swing South to encircle the Reds against the black and azov sea, or at least force a withdrawal.
If successful, the Soviet units in the Odessa perimeter would be out of command range and could be kept in check by a token force. I do not expect to take Odessa.
< Message edited by EwaldvonKleist -- 10/28/2019 10:00:38 PM >