From: European Union
22th of July 1915. The Balkan dilemas.
Today we'll focus on the Balkan front:
Bucharest, the Romanian capital is expected to fall next turn. Unfortunately Romania will probably not surrender, but move it's capital to the north, to Jassy, on the border with Russia. We really would like to continue advancing South against Serbia, but in that case, we'd be forced to move North, to finish off Romania first. After Romanian surrender, the Germans will be in a good position to strike against Russia's vulnerable Ukrainian underbelly, but at the same, time an operation will need to be undertaken to finally eliminate the Serbian ulcer. We have on more artillery unit arriving soon, so if the Western Front remains quiet, maybe it will be possible to withdraw Südarmee from the Carpathians, and move it against Serbia? The optimal outcome would be to finish off Romania, threaten the Russian rear and seriously cripple Serbia, before the meatgrinder in the West starts moving. It would be really good to have Bulgaria on our side. The successes in Romania and in Poland, will probably encourage her to move in the right direction.
Other than that, one Russian and French corps were destroyed and we improve our positions around Warsaw and Nancy.
Lest we forget.