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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/8/2020 7:16:46 PM   
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Reports from China are showing some changes coming from mechanized units. In the war during 1938 Japanese losses have been very high. Japan has built an armored force to get the greatest strength out of her manpower. Once these units get out of the mountains and rough terrain they can run a bit. Japan still has not taken a city or resource this year.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/10/2020 5:41:32 AM   
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We previously wrote of our theories on the Axis motivation to turn to arms. The rise of the large states, the USA and USSR, threatened Germans and Japanese with relegation to second class powers. Both felt the need to bulk up for a coming world of larger powers. German needed to take control of Europe, challenging the French and British and incorporating the smaller European nations. Japan needed to make real progress in China.

Let us examine what the Axis has achieved on meeting these goals. The capitulation of the Low Countries served both Germany and Japan, as Germany gave Japan control of the Dutch East Indies. This step allowed Japan to mechanize their Army and actively use the Navy. The Germans were immediately challenged by the Soviet Union which grabbed Poland. The threat this Soviet coup brought to eastern Germany caused a declaration of war on the Soviets. There was a brief peace, but the Soviets made an alliance with the Franco-British block. This meant a stop to German growth unless they were willing to fight all three powers in a two front war. This option was anathema but Germany felt it had no choice and now has a war against all three. All of western and northern France are controlled by the Germans. Paris has fallen. However France has not surrendered and her Army is entrenched in the South. The French Navy is active. Germany has a difficult task in reducing the position of France on the Continent. Britain is massed in Egypt to rob Italy of her possessions in Africa.

First let's look at Germany. Czechoslovakia, much of Poland, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, and Austria have all become the Greater Germany. Italy is a friendly ally, a non-belligerent with volunteers in combat, much as in the Spanish Civil War. Some blustering in Italy leads us to believe they might join active belligerency soon. This position is an improvement on the German State in 1937, but Germany is at war with mighty enemies. Great Britain is dominant at sea despite some pesky raiders in the South. Britain and the Commonwealth are surely supplying France through Marseilles. Germany cannot presently interdict this supply although Italy probably could. Far across the Atlantic another English speaking nation seems increasingly concerned with the war news. An entry of the USA in the lists would be a real blow to Germany. In the East the powerful troops of the Soviet Union are fighting daily in western Poland. Bringing the USSR to the peace table will be extremely difficult. Stalin has been assertive, even aggressive from the beginning and the nation is ramping up recruitment and production. As Napoleon found out this country is a horror to invade. Germany has limited resources and time is not on her side. Has the script for this war already been written as a German defeat?

What must Germany do to win, to survive this gamble? First she must practice tactical and operational excellence. She seems to be doing well on the task. Her troops seem to defeat larger enemy forces when confronted. This is necessary, but not sufficient. It is early in the war and as all troops become more experienced the German edge will become less. German equipment is good, but not great. The French B1-bis tank was a monster to fight against. The Soviet BT-7 series show promise. There are many fine weapon designers in the world, and enemy nations have massive production facilities coming on line. Germany cannot afford any weapon choice errors. She must make the best allocation of resources to air, armor, artillery, and naval needs. Missing from this list are the manpower intensive forces. Germany does not have the manpower of her larger enemies. Her men must have the best weapons with will probably mean mechanization and armoring, rather than leg infantry. Horses must be replaced with motor transport. This will expose another German shortage, that of POL. Capture of fuel resources will be necessary. Germany must start to take Soviet cities and resources. This will reduce the strength of the USSR and increase German potential. The German economy must be optimized for an economic war. They need panzers, and armor factories, both. The Soviets must be reduced in power. The East Front must be well in hand before America enters the war.

What must Japan do to win? Japan is at war with China. She must not engage any new enemies till they attack her. As Germany must reduce the USSR, so must Japan reduce China. Japan has not yet succeeded in reducing Chinese production. This must happen soon as China is stronger than she looks. The Japanese manpower issues have encouraged them to build high value / low manpower units. Currently this results in divisions of Chi-Ha tanks debarking from transport in China each month. The Chinese terrain is hardly "tank country" but the Chi-Ha seem durable. Rifle units are not. Japan's economy is growing very slowly. She needs the production for war fighting strength in China, but the IJN is desperate to research more potent aircraft. The carrier air strikes reveal a real weakness here. If Japan is ever in a contest with the American fleets she will need real investment in her navy, but just now the Army controls production.

The Axis is challenged now, but the future brings huge new challenges. A whole new world is heading into the fray. Two small nations will probably be faced in combat with three "super" powers.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/11/2020 10:04:55 PM   
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In the west the Germans are still dealing with the French in the rough terrain. Where they can go, they GO!

To the east one of the new Italian Rifle+ divisions is on show.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/12/2020 12:51:15 AM   
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On the East Front the Soviet Union defends her acquisitions in Poland, but is unable to prevent the Heer from entering Lvov. Bialystok on the center of the front is threatened on her flanks. Behind Bialystok the Pripet Marsh stretches toward Gomel. It is expected that any German advances will bypass the marsh to the North and South. Will Germany have two equal forces, or will North or South receive a disproportionate share of the effort.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/12/2020 1:08:00 AM   
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An overview of the big war in China.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/13/2020 2:46:07 PM   
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There are rumors that the USSR offered a ceasefire, and peace, on the East Front. With France winding down Germany seems be running on momentum and does not want to pause. The Soviets are holding their cards close to their vest, and Germany wants to keep probing. Any peace would be a nervous time. Remember we speculate that the German war goal is to prevent the rise of the USA and USSR to "super" power status. Giving the Soviets time to build up would not further this goal.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/13/2020 3:04:33 PM   
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Without a major intervention by the British the French seem doomed to be pushed off the continent. Casualties and surrenders are high. The close relations between France and the Soviets have inspired holding out in the west, but increasing numbers of German forces are heading east anyway.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/13/2020 3:19:39 PM   
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In China things are very violent. The Chinese are being pushed back, but the Japanese are taking losses for every inch of ground. The Chinese are not afraid to counter-attack and press along the whole front. There is no quiet sector.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/13/2020 5:55:06 PM   
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French continue to retreat in Southern France...Some French units have been withdrawn from France and taken to the colonies. The French General says they will return to France and kick the Germans out of their country...hail the Free French.

Italy is still not in the war but their entry is expected at any time.

The German and Allied Navy met in combat ENE of Colombo...the German Navy used their experience to bloody the nose of the British and French Naval units. However they did lose one of their famous pocket battleships. The British still have not gotten the full benefit of the better training but they are a little better at fighting. Other British units are headed for the site of the battle to help destroy the German Naval units in the area.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/13/2020 6:13:30 PM   
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We have heard from sources in the Kriegsmarine that the German fleet off the Indian coast was waiting for a late supply run when the fighting tops of British warships were sighted on the horizon. Very surprised Germans kicking themselves for being caught napping. They stayed in the same spot too long.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/15/2020 8:00:26 AM   
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France no longer has any troops on the continent. The troops which remained near Marseille have surrendered or been destroyed.

The Japanese still have no joy. The cannot break the tough Chinese defense. This defense is aided by the Soviets and Americans.

On the East Front Germany slowly moves through the frozen swamp. It is not good campaigning weather.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/15/2020 3:39:23 PM   
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started turn but can't finish till tonight with step daughter (33) wanting to visit and vent her life drama, lol
In breaking out my 4th Mtn I wiped out the German 67th and decimated those north of that... still, losses horrendous with each turn losing 4 or 5 plus more times the German. Many units are shells till replacements can come up. May have to up conscription for the first time... at least economic penalty finally gone... salute... :)

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/15/2020 4:15:55 PM   
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(Stepdaughter comes first.)

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Reports out of Stavka tell of the breakout of the 4th Mountain division from encirclement near the Romanian border. Troops never fight harder than when brothers are trapped. The southern terrain is favorable for panzers and Germany must want to breakout there, but winter is still harsh upon the land.

The Soviets also mention reinforcements which must be rushing towards the front. Germany, torn between two fronts is also replacing troop casualties. Forces from the campaign in France are heading east also. Significant numbers have had to remain in the west to protect against amphibious assaults.

Military technology advances are coming on line, but require the finishing off from research to production. These costs compete with those of war fighting at the front. It is a balancing act for both sides.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/16/2020 3:51:25 PM   
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The French were forced to abandoned the French mainland. The newly reformed Free French SHQ is running the remnants of the French Army.

Churchill announced that the Allied Fleets caught up with German Surface and submarine forces interdicting allied convoys ESE of Coimbatore (spelling??) India and sank 1 pocket battleship and one light cruiser without losing any of it's own ships. This leaves the KNOWN German units in the Indian Ocean area at 1 pocket battleship, 4 light cruisers and 9 U-Boats. This is a good victory for the Allies as it reduces the German influence in the Indian Ocean. There are unsubstantiated reports that some of the German Fleet moved into the South China Sea--but the Australian and New Zealand naval units have reported no sightings or hints of their presence. Churchill also showed off the new Spitfire fighters and announced the formation of Spitfire Air Groups (about 60-75 planes each Fighter Air Group). He also announced a nighttime raid on German territory that did about 400 damage points to a German city and showed off the new Warwick Night Bomber Air Group (about 44-60 planes).

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/16/2020 4:26:09 PM   
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The Royal Navy is proving true to its heritage. The Germans have the choice to abandon raiding, or to continue to suffer losses such as these. The Indian Ocean is a huge expanse of waters and the success in finding the KM fleets is impressive.

In a very depressing development British terror bombing of civilian populations has begun. The wildly inaccurate night attacks show the depths the British will sink to. The American public is shocked, as are people around the world.






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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/18/2020 5:14:44 AM   
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In the depths of the East Front winter the pattern of small German gains continues. They did capture Vilnius but the Red Army resisted stoutly, and fortified Minsk was not touched. In the South a major German drive failed to build a pocket near the Romanian border. However the Germans are close to expelling all Soviets from Poland.

Those who carefully note the uniforms of German soldiers will notice markings and badges of new armies from the west.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/18/2020 6:14:58 AM   
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News from the Mediterranean as naval forces have clashed. Various accounts explain the Allied naval presence near Rome and Messina differently. The one that seems most likely to this observer is that Italy was drifting towards war in any case. The Allied naval leaders decided on a show of force which tipped the balance to conflict. There seems to be confusion over the cause of the heavy losses, but stories of aircraft attacking with torpedos seem reasonable.

There are Allied ships under pressure in the western basin and we hear up to four aircraft carrier task forces are hurrying to their rescue, and to avenge the lost Courageous. The Atlantic Fleet off Sicily is expected to head west and north to smash the surrounding Italian ships. This would be in the finest tradition of the Royal Navy, but there is worry there still might be Italian torpedo bombers active. We do not think the jubilation in Rome is appropriate as this looks to be a long campaign.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/18/2020 3:05:14 PM   
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From the Far East are heard chants of "Banzai Banzai Banzai". Finally the city of Chengchow has fallen to Japanese troops. There are a great many Chinese troops but from now on there will be a little less. Japanese production will gain a little boost. Other Chinese cities are in various stages of danger. Japan has build a fleet of tanks, but research and productivity have had to take a backseat. Perhaps now Japan can address some projects deferred. However, China is playing a very careful defense and one swallow does not a Summer make.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/19/2020 1:24:29 PM   
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British officials announced heavy losses amongst it's Medit. Fleets. It says it's reaction to Italy's entry into the war was to invade Libya...Taking Benhazi in the first attack. No sign of Italian or local troops was seen as the advance proceeded. Meanwhile the German Fleet in the Indian Ocean stopped interdicting sealift efforts of the allies. Many divisions were sealifted from Indian to Africa or Egypt. The troopships (actually converted liners and cargo ships) were seen exiting from a port on the western side of India (port edited and delayed by government officials).
It was also revealed by government officials that the Italian colonies in Africa (except Libya) were turned over to Japan to administer, stalling and ending the planned attack on Ethiopia and other Italian colonies in Africa.

It was also revealed that a heavy sealift was underway sending something to Russia. We are not allowed to reveal what was sent or whether the effort is still underway. But the effort was massive with a RUMORED more than 50 cargo ships involved and a unknown number of escorts.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/20/2020 1:18:59 PM   
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Battles up and down the East Front. Perhaps the most consequential is the taking of the two Minsk fortifications. These were defended well, but were captured. The Germans made sure to mention the role played by Italian engineers, who took heavy losses. Minsk itself was assaulted and will be on the front line next month. The Soviets and Germans both campaigned through the winter and need some refreshing. The Russian summer is still months away.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/20/2020 2:11:09 PM   
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Reports of shipments to the Soviets from the British come with the caveat that the cargo not be disclosed. A German fighter sweep near London found only Hurricanes in combat. Speculation is that the shipment is the new Spitfire aircraft.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/20/2020 3:44:33 PM   
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Our survey of the war fronts now turns to the Mediterranean where the Royal Navy sailed to the aid of the trapped French and RN ships off Roma. They attacked, but before they could gain victory another airstrike from German and Italian torpedo bombers arrived. The battles were fierce but the trapped fleets could not be extracted. It remains to be seen if the RN Atlantic Fleet will return to Gibraltar to replenish, or maintain a blockade off the Italian coast.

In China attacks continue along the front including a Japanese victory at Yenan.





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Mother Russia thanks The British Commonwealth for the big shipment through Japanese waters. It will take a while to reach the front but hopefully will give the German invaders a bloody nose once there. Air battles on the front show losses of Italian fighters. Ground battles bloody but my speed bump troops are keeping the German advance to a crawl. I'm sure that will change once better weather arrives...

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/20/2020 6:55:19 PM   
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Bombers continue to attack factories in Germany and Rome. These night bombers are not very accurate but dead workers can not produce anything so since they are producing war goods they are legitimate targets. At least that is the argument given by the British legal team of PM Churchill. Whatever the correct reading of the law is there is no one who can enforce it so it is effectively moot. The matter will be decided by whomever wins the war. The Germans bombed civilians in Spain and later in Europe in their various invasions. I would say that if Germany wins they will try the Allies Generals and government officials of war crimes and if the Allies win they will try the Axis.

British troops freed the city of Tripoli from Naziism this month and the welcoming people gave parties for the incoming British Army units. The Italians have abandoned their colonies to whatever fate awaits them.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/22/2020 3:12:14 PM   
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All across the East Front better weather has brought on fighting. In the north, Minsk, having lost her forts has fallen. To the South Romania has brought its armies on line, and its POL. As German panzers and aircraft are produced they will be watching fuel carefully.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/22/2020 3:30:07 PM   
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Turning to other theaters the RM and RN are battling off Malta. In China there are heavy battles everywhere, a very bloody month.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/23/2020 12:20:39 AM   
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I´m going to travel next Saturday, will be back on the following Sunday. I suggest the French/British could play USA/China until I´m back.

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/23/2020 1:43:34 PM   
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Would be willing to play USA/China but don't know his password. And a little hint as to what Bombur might want me to do would help. (PM or email me the necessary stuff).

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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/23/2020 4:04:37 PM   
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The East Front saw attacks from tip to toe. In individual battles the Soviets seem to be getting the worst of it, but they are not pushovers. Their experience levels are good, and they have enough units for a defense depth. The Germans have called on Romanian and Yugoslav allies to take their place in the line, and this shows their need for units as the front lengthens.

Fighters over southern England report the RAF is not rising in defense.





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RE: GD1938 v.3 BBLC - 1/23/2020 4:19:55 PM   
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The Japanese censors did not provide us with a map this month, other than one showing the dire situation at Canton. This last Chinese port has been bombarded to ruins by powerful elements of the Imperial Japanese Navy for a long time. Now however Japanese tanks are on the doorstep. Southern China is good "tank country" and Japan has invested heavily in armor. The road and rail connections are severed and getting troops into the south may be difficult.





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