Allies end of turn: (note that there can be errors in this since I had to redo things, and might have messed it up either in writing or in action)
USSR place the pact marker in the offensive pool.
USA draw one entry marker and place it in the Japanese pool.
USA plays "resources to China" for no tension (8).
CW - 21 production points - 11 BPs.
France - 9 production points - 9 BPs.
USA - 40 production points - 11 BPs.
USSR - 23 production points - 8 BPs
China - 7 production points - 5 BPs.
Stay at sea:
The following units stay at sea.
Convoy escorts in 1 and 4 boxes
Almost all CPs
North Sea: BB + CL
East Med: 2 x CA
CL in North Sea
Return to Base:
2 x SUB -> Syria
TRS + CL -> Dakar
2 x SUB -> Malta
TRS + TERR -> Gibraltar
TRS + INF -> Port Said
2 x TRS -> Plymouth
Liner -> Plymouth
Fleet (West Med) -> Gibraltar
Fleet (North Sea) -> Plymouth
Fleet (East Med) -> port Said
SUB -> Midway
All units are reorganized for 0 oil (0.45).
All units are reorganized for 4 oil (4.25).
All units, except 2 x BB + 2 x SUB + 4 x CP, are reorganized for 1 oil (1.00). Edit: Forgot to add that one HQI remains disorganized.
All units, except 5 x BB, are reorganized for 0 oil (0.4).
No units are reorganized for 0 oil (0.0).
Prod plan Final:
2 x MIL
CL Naïad (2nd)
3 x MIL
Save 1 BP in Paris
2 x BB (1st)
SAve 1 BP in Moscow
Germany conquers Poland, Denmark, and Netherlands. Although Netherlands continue the fight from Australia
Italy conquers French Somaliland.
LND3 -> London
NAV2 -> Hull
NAV2 + CP -> Liverpool
CVP1 -> Bristol
BB -> Plymouth
MIL -> Bordeaux
MIL -> Metz
MIL -> Dakar
FTR2 -> Lyons
CA + 2 x CL -> Norfolk
MIL -> Kunming
MIL -> Lanchow
Remove 5 aircraft
Voluntary Resource Lending:
CW -> France: 4 resources, 1 oil
CW -> China: 1 oil
USA -> China: 1 resource
Note: France had planned to build the Marseilles MIL. But it is missing from the force pool. Suspected bug. Changed it to a pilot to continue faster.
< Message edited by Orm -- 6/3/2020 8:33:48 PM >
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