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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 10:20:02 AM   
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How about the AA?

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 10:29:50 AM   
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No thanks.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 10:49:18 AM   
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The Japanese pilots surprise even themselves.


Edit: The fighter pilots grumbles a bit about the naval guys stealing their thunder. (1 and 7 rolled for the FTR2)



Picture from Sep/Oct '39 Impulse #1 (Axis) - Ground Strike

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 12:51:45 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Orm

The result of the air combat.

Seems that the informative message will appear below the other for more often in this version.



warspite1

Same seems to happen when building units. A pain but not thankfully fatal.


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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 1:41:57 PM   
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Impulse #1 (Axis)

No rail movement.

Land Movement:

Italy:
INF -> Asmara
AT (Turin) -> 63,33

Japan:
HQI 68,148->Tietsin
CAV 68,148->71,145
MAR 76,158->Pusan
MIL 74,139->74,138 (SE Yenan)
INF 80,143->79,142
HQI 83,144->84,144
INF+MIL+ART 84,143->85,143
2xINF+AA 83,143->84,143
2xINF+INF Div Nanchang->86,143
INF DIV Hangchow->85,145
MAR Div Kiungchow(Hainan)->Pakhoi

Germany:
Kattowitz is liberated.
Army group von Leeb advance on Krakow.
AA (Kiel) -> Bremen
INF Div (46,36) -> 46,37

Land Combat:

Germany attacks Krakow (automatic).

Japan attacks Changsha (41:9 +2)

Will China provide defensive HQ support?



Picture from Sep/Oct '39 Impulse #1 (Axis) - Land Combat

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 2:22:59 PM   
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There seems to be a slight delay in answering if there will be HQ support, or not, for China.

So I'll check whether or not China will use their AA to fire on the Japanese ground support. Japan send 2 LND2 with 3 points in ground support. Will China use the AA to fire on the bombers?

And lastly, will China select blitz or assault? If the final odds is 5:1 +2? Or what if it is 4:1 +2? Or what if it is 3:1 +2

Currently the odds is 41:9 +2 with up to 3 points more provided by the ground support.



Picture from Sep/Oct '39 Impulse #1 (Axis) - Land Combat

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 2:34:18 PM   
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No to HQ support, no to AA fire. Go with assault, thanks.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 2:39:18 PM   
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Final odds.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 2:48:48 PM   
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And after all that the attack on Changsha fails.



Picture from Sep/Oct '39 Impulse #1 (Axis) - Land Combat


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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 2:55:14 PM   
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Sep/Oct '39
Impulse #1 (Axis)

Air Rebase:
Germany:
FTR2 (Saarbrucken) -> Cologne
LND3 (53,42) -> Karlsruhe

Japan reorganize three of the attacking units.





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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:02:34 PM   
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German reserve placement:
GARR (5-1) -> Karlsruhe
GARR (4-1) -> Stuttgart
INF (5-4) -> Stettin
INF (6-3) + MOT -> Breslau
INF (9-4) + MECH -> Dusseldorf

Edit: Post corrected.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:09:49 PM   
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Picture from Sep/Oct '39 Impulse #1 (Axis) - Reorganization





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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:21:28 PM   
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Sep/Oct 1939
Impulse: 2 (Allies)


Declarations of War and Alignments:
France and Commonwealth

The US reacts with horror that Hitler is being stood up to (a 2 is thrown)

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:23:52 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Orm

German reserve placement:
GARR (5-1) -> Karlsruhe
GARR (4-1) -> Stuttgart
INF (5-4) -> Stettin
INF (6-3) + MOT -> Stettin
INF (9-4) + MECH -> Dusseldorf
warspite1

That's three units in Stettin


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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:29:27 PM   
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Thank you. Two of them should be in Breslau. The post is now edited to show this.

INF (6-3) + MOT -> Breslau

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 3:34:20 PM   
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Impulse: 2 (Allies)


Declarations of War and Alignments (cont):
Commonwealth

The CW call out the reserves - London and Hull are the recipients of the two free-to-place units

France

Where do the French place their reserves?

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 4:20:57 PM   
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4-1 GARR to Strasbourg
5-1 GARR to Metz
2 x INF to Lille.

Thanks.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 4:29:46 PM   
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Warning to our Swedish friends. I will start looking at the game in about 15 mins (5:45 UK time) but I expect deliberations may take a while so I don't know how quickly (or not) we can get the game back to you this evening. Your opening set up leaves much to think about!

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 5:02:00 PM   
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Impulse: 2 (Allies)


China: Land
Commonwealth: Combined
France: Naval
Soviet Union: Combined
United States: Combined

Port Attack: None
Naval Air: None

Naval Movement:
Commonwealth

The Queen's bring a South African corps to Suez.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 6:57:52 PM   
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The French sail the Bearn with CA escort to the North Sea. Does the German fighter wish to intercept?

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 7:01:58 PM   
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No, thank you. No German intercept this impulse.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 7:15:58 PM   
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The Bearn stops in the 3-box. French TRANS at Beruit brings INF to Nice. 4 Bb's and Cl go from Marseilles to the West Med 3-box. 2 BB and 5 CA/CL go to the 4-box. 2 cruisers from Algiers meet 2 from Beruit in the East Med 4-box. French CP's at Casablanca go to St Vincent and Cape Verde.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 8:01:09 PM   
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The other CW naval move is for a CA to load the INF Div at Plymouth and take it to Oran.

One area for naval combat and the French CA initiates.

Searches: Allies 3, Axis 7. Allies find and have 11 surprise points. They use them to change the odds to -3/+2.

First round - Axis 14 for no effect. Allies 8 which aborts the He-112. Where does it land?

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 8:07:08 PM   
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On the armour.

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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/13/2020 8:14:31 PM   
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One ground strike announced by the French against Saarbrucken. The less said the better.

That's it for me tonight.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/14/2020 7:11:20 PM   
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No rail moves.

Mongol CAV moves towards Ulan-Ude.

China after land moves.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/14/2020 8:09:45 PM   
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The CW reorganise things in Egypt.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/14/2020 8:19:11 PM   
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Finding themselves surprisingly untouched by the war so far and a lack of opposition to their northwest, the Pomorze Infantry decide to see how far they can get. They end up 40 miles short of Berlin.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/14/2020 8:37:28 PM   
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No land combat.

Warspite1 has gone off-line so to move this on, the Polish air force scoots off to internment in Lithuania.

No other rebases and no reorganisation.

Weather gets a bit damp.




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RE: WWII - Sweden (Axis) vs England (Allies) - 4/14/2020 8:57:54 PM   
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A couple of the German reserves seems to have been placed wrong. The 9-4 INF should have been in Dusseldorf, and the 6-3 INF in Breslau.

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