Soviet Tank Armies both North and South of Leningrad have caused pause, the Finnish Army is forced to retreat fully back to the Mannerheim Line, where they can slowly begin to upgrade to Infantry Weapons II. South of Leningrad, with bad weather the Luftwaffe was grounded and our forward units (Tank Corps and Mechanized Corps) faced very unfavorable results, which was aided by the Soviet Winter effecting HQ supply. With the prospect of losing the main components of Army Group South we were forced to retreat back to Luga. The opportunity to immediately siege Leningrad has been delayed.
Army Group Center currently is really two parts, the main offensive towards Moscow which is comprised of German and Italian Armies which are severely flanked from the North, and a second group of German and Hungarian forces which will drive North towards Moscow from Kursk. I had anticipated to quickly move one of the two main Luftwaffe bases from the North to the Moscow front, but with the Leningrad front opening up I will have to possibly delay this transfer. Supply feels very shaky in this front right now.
In the South, the Spanish Army approaches Voronezh, while the German Army will drive towards Stalingrad and into the Caucaus, supported by the Romanian Army which is also fighting in the Crimea.