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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/2/2020 8:56:33 PM   
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Axis end of turn:

Pact Markers:
Germany add one to each pool.

Preliminary planning:
Germany No changes should be needed - 25 production points - 17 BPs. Save 2 oil. 1 in Berlin, and 1 in Prague.
Italy - 3 production points - 2 BPs. Save 2 oil. 1 in Prague, and 1 in Rome.
Japan Send all traded oil to production, except one NEI oil. Send one oil saved in Japan to production. - 17 production points - 12 BPs. Save 1 NEI oil in Canton.

Stay at sea:
The following units stay at sea.

Germany:
Baltic Sea: 2 x CPs.

Italy:
-

Japan:
Sea of Japan: CP
Japanese Coast: 5 x CP + 3 x CA
China Sea: 6 x CP + 2 x BB + 2 x CA
South China Sea: 3 x CP + 2 x BB + CV + 2 x CA

Return to Base:

Germany:
-

Italy:
CVB: SUB -> La Spezia

Japan:
China Sea: TRS + BB + CA ->Fukuoka

Use Oil:

Germany:
All units are reorganized for 1 oil (1.35). Use 1 saved oil in Prague.

Italy:
All units are reorganized for 1 oil (1.0). Use one oil in Milan.

Japan:
All units are reorganized for 1 oil (1.3). Use 1 oil in Canton.

Breakdown:
-

Prod plan Final:
Germany - No changes needed - 17 BPs
Italy - No changes needed - 2 BPs
Japan - No changes should be needed - 12 BPs

Production:
Germany (17):
MIL
2 x LND2
Pilot
SUB 4832 (2nd)
Repair CA
Synth Oil

Italy (2):
Pilot

Japan (12):
4 x MIL
2 x TERR


Factory destruction:
Japan destroy blue factories in Changsha.

Reinforcements:

Germany scrap 5 x LND3
Do not upgrade the BB

Germany:
FTR2 (Bf 109E-1) -> Saarbrucken

Italy:
-
Remove LND3 (Ca.135) in Turin

Japan scraps LND3

Japan:
FTR2 -> Fukuoka
NAV2 (D3A2) -> Nagoya
TERR 4-2 -> Harbin
TERR 3-2 -> Kirin

Remove CVP0 (D3A1) in Tokyo

Voluntary Resource Lending:
New; Germany -> Italy: 4 resources, (1 oil, minimum)

Axis goes first if we win the initiative. No re-roll.


Note for Axis:
Italy: 3 oil total - 2 oil in Milan, and 1 in Rome.
Japan: 4 oil total - 1 oil in Canton, 2 in Tokyo, and 1 oil in Osaka.
Germany: 4 oil total - 2 oil in Berlin, and 2 oil in Prague.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/14/2020 9:13:35 PM   
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End of turn N/D 1939

Partisans:
No partisans

Neutrality pact:
1 offensive and 1 defensive chit for Germany
1 defensive for USSR

US-entry:
Chit drawn towards Japan.
No options chosen.

Prel Prod:
Germany 17 bp, 5 oil saved in total
Italy 2 bp, 4 oil saved in total (Note you cannot save oil in Prague, we saved it in Venice instead)
Japan 12 bp, 5 oil saved in total
China 5 bp, 2 oil saved
CW 11bps, 8 oil saved
Frace, 3 bps, 3 oil saved
US 11 bp, 5 oil saved
USSR 8 bp, 5 oil saved

Stay at sea:
Germany:
Baltic Sea: 2 x CPs.

Japan:
Sea of Japan: CP
Japanese Coast: 5 x CP + 3 x CA
China Sea: 6 x CP + 2 x BB + 2 x CA
South China Sea: 3 x CP + 2 x BB + CV + 2 x CA

CW:
North Sea: CA
Bay of Biscay: CA
Cape St Vincent: CA
Western Med: CA
Eastern Med: CA

USSR:
Black Sea: BB


Return to base:
Italy returns SUB to La Spezia.
Japan returns 1 TRS, CA and BB to Fukuoka.
CW returns some ships from convoyduty to Gibraltar. The Northsea fleet returns to Plymouth.
France returns a SUB to Brest and a CP to Libreville in Gabon.
US returns a TRS to San Diego. McArthur returns to Honolulu.

Oil:
USSR uses 0,4 to organize Timoshenko
Germany uses 1 oil to reorganize all
Italy uses 1 oil to reorganize all
Japan uses 1 oil to reorganize all
China uses no oil
CW uses 1 oil to reorganize all
France uses 2 to reorganize all
US uses 1 to reorganize all

Breakdowns:
USSR breaks down INF to 2 divisions.

Final production:
Germany 17 bp, 4 oil saved in total
Italy 2 bp, 3 oil saved in total
Japan 12 bp, 4 oil saved in total
China 5 bp, 2 oil saved
CW 11bps, 7 oil saved
Frace, 3 bps, 1 oil saved
US 11 bp, 4 oil saved
USSR 8 bp, 5 oil saved

Scrap:
None


Builds:
Germany builds MIL, 2 LND2, PIL, SUB, repair CA and Synth Oil
Italy builds PIL
Japan builds 4 MIL and 2 TERR

China builds INF and GARR
CW builds 2 CP, PIL, NAV3, repair CA and INF
France builds MIL and a CA
US builds 2 CP, 2 PIL, 2 CVP0, TRS and INF
USSR builds 2 INF and MIL

Conquest:
Kenya conquered by Italy

Factory destruction:
Japan destory factory in Changsha

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Jan/Feb 1940

Reinforcements:
Germany
Scraps 5x LND3
Assigns PIL to FTR Bf 109 E1
Places MIL in Magdeburg and FTR in Saarbrucken.

Italy
Remove LND3 Ca 135

Japan
Scraps LND 3
Assigns PIL NAV2 D3A2 and FTR2 KI27
MIL in Taihoku, MIL in Kyoto, MIL in Fukuoka and MIL in Hiroshima.
FTR in Fukuoka and NAV in Nagoya.
TERR placed in Harbin and Kirin
Remove CVP0 D3A1

CW
Scraps Polish air and LND2

France
Assigns PIL to FTR3 Potez
MIL placed in Dakar.
AT placed in Paris, INF in Tolouse and FTR in Paris.

US
Scraps FTR2

USSR
Places MIL in Bryansk
GARR in Vladivostok

Trade Agreements:
Germany sends 4 resources (1 oil) to Italy

Initiative:
Axis rolls 10
Allies rolls 5

Allies asks for a reroll.

Axis rolls 10, becomes 11
Allies rolls 9

Axis moves first

Weather for axis impulse #1 jan/feb 1940 is a 1, becoming a 3.


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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:03:10 PM   
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Impulse #1 (Axis)

No declarations of war.

Land: Germany
Combined: Italy, Japan
Naval:

No port strikes.

Naval Air:
Italy:
NAV (51,30) -> Bay of Biscay 2-box

Naval Movement:

Japan:
BB + 2 x CA + AMPH + TRS (Fukuoka) -> China Sea 3-Box - AMPH loads MIL (Formosa) + TRS loads MIL (Fukuoka)
CV + BB + CA (Tokyo) -> Japanese Cost 4-box

Italy:
SUB (La Spezia) -> Western Mediterranean 3-box
SUB (La Spezia) -> Cape Verse Basin 3-box
SUB (La Spezia) -> Cape Verse Basin 1-box

Italy begin searching in the Bay of Biscay. CW can reinforce the 0-box in the sea area with one ATR3. Will CW fly to Bay of Biscay?

The next search will be in the Cape St. Vincent. CW has a NAV2 in Gibraltar. It can reach up to the 2-box. Will CW reinforce CSV?




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:16:15 PM   
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Nothing in Bay of Biscay.
Send the NAV to the0-box of Cape St Vincent

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:32:49 PM   
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Both sides find in the Bay of Biscay. (Axis 3, Allies 1)

Italy selects naval air combat, and there is no surprise points for either side. No result on either side. Italy stay.

Will CW stay for another round, or abort?




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:39:26 PM   
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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:44:04 PM   
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Both sides miss in the second search in Bay of Biscay. (Axis 10, Allies 8)

Next up is CSV.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 6:49:14 PM   
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Jan/Feb '40
Impulse #1 (Axis)

No action in CSV. (Axis 9, Allies 6)

Next sea area is Cape Verde Basin.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 7:02:00 PM   
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The effectiveness of the Axis U-boats can be questioned. No combat in CVB. (Axis 7, Allies 8)

Edit: Search rolls changed to the correct numbers.

Italy decline searching in the West Med.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 7:14:35 PM   
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Jan/Feb '40
Impulse #1 (Axis)

No strategic bombing.

Ground Strike

Japan:
NAV2 86,142->90,140

Germany:
LND2 (Brussels) -> 54,30
LND3 (Brussels) -> Paris
LND3 (Aachen) -> 56,30

France has two FTR2, and one FTR3, that can intercept all incoming bombers. Germany has two FTR2, and one FtR3 that can intercept some, or all, of the bombed hexes. See picture.

Will France intercept any of the ground strikes?




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/15/2020 8:58:56 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Orm

Jan/Feb '40
Impulse #1 (Axis)

No strategic bombing.

Ground Strike

Japan:
NAV2 86,142->90,140

Germany:
LND2 (Brussels) -> 54,30
LND3 (Brussels) -> Paris
LND3 (Aachen) -> 56,30

France has two FTR2, and one FTR3, that can intercept all incoming bombers. Germany has two FTR2, and one FtR3 that can intercept some, or all, of the bombed hexes. See picture.

Will France intercept any of the ground strikes?



France will intercept the He 111 and the He 111h with the D510s. Potez stays on the ground. D510s stays until there are no Germans left in the sky and rebases then back to Paris.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:03:02 PM   
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Germany counter-intercepts the French fighter over Paris.

There will be two air combats. First up is the one over Paris.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:17:42 PM   
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The air combat over Paris lasted two rounds and the German bomber was aborted, and the French fighters returned to Paris with a job well done.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:21:32 PM   
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The second air combat was a bloody affair.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:27:14 PM   
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Impulse #1 (Axis)

No luck with the German ground strike.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:27:47 PM   
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Luck eludes the Japanese as well.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:48:31 PM   
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Impulse #1 (Axis)

Rail Movement

Japan:
TERR Hangchow -> Harbin

Italy:
HQA (La Spezia) -> Lille

Land Movement:
MOT 63,30 -> Marseilles¨

Edit: Removed the German rail movement that had been cancelled in the last second but not removed from the text.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 2:58:22 PM   
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Corpo d'armata Celere enters Marseilles and overruns the main French Fleet that flee the port. The cruiser Algérie is close to be captured but it manages to escape in the last minute (6 rolled)

Picture of Italian troops occupying Marseilles.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 3:02:54 PM   
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The French fleet (6 BB + 7 CA + 2 SUB + 1 CP) in Marseilles is forced to seek new port(s). How will they sail? And where?




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 3:40:29 PM   
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Zeijlon writes:
BB to Bordeaux and the rest to Dakar if possible

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 4:01:17 PM   
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The Italian submarines decline to intercept the French battleships, but the Italian naval bomber decides to try and intercept.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 4:05:56 PM   
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But the Italian bombers fail to spot the French fleet (die roll 6) and they reach Bordeaux.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 4:09:00 PM   
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The remaining French ships reach Dakar, un-intercepted.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 5:40:11 PM   
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Jan/Feb '40
Impulse #1 (Axis)

Land Movement continued:

Italy continued:
MTN (58,31) -> 57,31

Japan:
Ter Kirin->61,155
Cav Div 69,132->72,131

Germany:
LXXI Infantry Korps capture Nice. The borders of Monaco are respected.
The German Army begins to envelop the Paris pocket.

Debark
MIL->Hangchow

Germany attacks the French forces NE of Paris. Current odds are 70:10, and Germany will select combat table (Combat expected 6:1 blitz unless French air interfere). Germany add no air support. France has one FTR3 that can fly defensive ground support. Germany has one 3 strength FTR2, and one 4 strength FTR3 available for counter-interception. German also has one AA that can fire on any French support attempt.

Will France fly any defensive air?




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 5:56:30 PM   
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No defensive air for France this time.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 6:10:54 PM   
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Final odds.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 6:14:39 PM   
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The German panzers breaks the French defenders despite the bravery shown by the French AT-gun crews.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 6:20:43 PM   
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French defenders just outside Paris.




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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 6:32:20 PM   
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Jan/Feb '40
Impulse #1 (Axis)

Air Rebase:

Germany:
FTR2 (Brussels) -> 54,30

Italy:
FTR2 (63,30) -> La Spezia
FTR2 (Genoa) -> 74,39 (Sicily)

Japan:
FTR 69,147->Changchun
LND2 86,143->62,153 (W Changchun)
LND2 86,144->Kweilin

No reorganization.

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RE: The final countdown - En svensk uppgörelse - 7/16/2020 6:36:12 PM   
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Picture from Jan/Feb '40 Impulse #3 (Allies) - DOW




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