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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 8:40:15 PM   
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ORIGINAL: RoadWarrior

I have seen it

You sink those merchants because he forgot to turn of that trade route?



Yes, any Axis player that forgets to turn off the iron ore route will lose most of their merchant fleet.
The Allied fleets have nothing better to do at this time.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 9:02:39 PM   
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Turn 13: February 16, 1939

French defenses are now ready. Note the defense in depth
on the Belgian border, the dispositions of the French air force
and the placement of the reserves.

Also rather noteworthy are the German deployments in front of
the Maginot line!




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 9:04:09 PM   
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The Italian border is defended by the minimum necessary.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 9:09:22 PM   
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The French economy is doing quite OK. The boosted production from the UK
really helps. However manpower will remain a problem.

Note that we are sitting at the maximum of our logistics.

Looking at this I notice that I don't even know what "Strategic Res." is?




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 9:27:16 PM   
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quote:

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Turn 13: February 16, 1939


Also rather noteworthy are the German deployments in front of
the Maginot line!




LOL

He is going to just go through the ML like butter

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 10:46:23 PM   
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Strategic Res(ources) - the total number of Rare Metals, Agriculture, Coal and Bauxite hexes a nation controls. Each one increases production by 1%.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 11:33:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: sveint

The French economy is doing quite OK. The boosted production from the UK
really helps.




Not sure as I understand the logic behind the UK giving production to the French. Would it not be better to just use the UK production to build a UK large corps and then send it to France. UK Corps are stronger aren't they? If you lose the corps you are no worse off as all the French corps will be destroyed when France falls anyway, and if you can save it than so much the better.

[Oh yeah I forgot, France is not going to fall in this game]

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/30/2020 11:36:49 PM   
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I gave a bit too much production to France. Ideally I'd give 30 production for a couple of turns.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 4:09:39 AM   
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Turn 14: March 1, 1940

Germany attacks Denmark.

Canada builds a division.
The UK builds an interceptor. We really need to get started on building
infantry too, I'm getting a bit overconfident.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 5:03:01 AM   
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Turn 15: March 15, 1940

Denmark has still not surrendered, no fighting this turn.

The UK gets carrier tech, France gets Interceptor tech.

The US builds two large infantry corps. Let's store some manpower.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 5:49:39 AM   
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Turn 16: March 29, 1940

Germany takes Luxembourg. Copenhagen is still not attacked.

France gets close support tech.
The UK builds a small corps.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 6:12:29 AM   
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Turn 17: April 12, 1940

A German division makes some weak attacks on Copenhagen,
but fails to take the city.

The UK gets assault and close support tech.
France gets anti-tank tech.

The Germans seem to threaten our northern edge of the Maginot
Line so we use a supply truck on the corps there.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 6:43:40 AM   
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Turn 18: April 26, 1940

Denmark surrenders.

UK gets warship tech, France assault.
The UK armored corps arrives.

To be on the safe side a reserve corps is railed towards Metz.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 7:54:31 AM   
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Turn 19: May 10, 1940

Germany attacks the Netherlands and the Maginot Line at the expected place.
At this point I cannot decide if this is genius or pure folly!




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:05:33 AM   
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France repositions its forces. Britain deploys its entire air force and the BEF starts arriving.
Pierre Billotte takes charge of the 2nd Army HQ. Richard O'Connor takes charge of the British 1st Army HQ.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:08:37 AM   
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We change our mind and rearrange our forces slightly.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:14:17 AM   
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France builds a large corps.
Allied fleets set sail for the Med.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 9:02:24 AM   
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Thanks for your AAR, you are absolutely not talking of the Red army...

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 9:04:42 AM   
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So far the Soviets have not built anything, only moved forces around. I'll show their deployments in early 1941.

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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:19:57 PM   
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Turn 20: May 24, 1940

Rain mostly halts German operations. The front in France
is static. The Netherlands loses a corps but is still (barely)
in the fight. The French 4th static corps takes a beating from 12
air raids!





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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:35:05 PM   
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Allied forces reposition to contain the breakthrough. I think the German strategy now will be to
roll up the Maginot line. This will take time. However, I am not seeing any great opportunities
for counter-attacks in the area around Metz.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:37:23 PM   
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Italy has massed units on the Greek border, while Libya seems to only have garrisons.
In consequence, the Canadian corps and the armor corps is being prepared for deployment in France.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 5/31/2020 8:42:39 PM   
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The French economy is doing rather well.

The UK receives armor tech this turn and our 2 armor units should be a
match for any German panzers.

The UK starts oil shipments to France.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 3:56:02 AM   
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Turn 21: June 7, 1940

Germany takes Norway and Metz. The Netherlands clings to its capital.
One French corps and one HQ shatter.


We can now confirm that Germany has at least 3 paratrooper corps. Two were used against
the Maginot Line, one took Oslo. It is also clear that we have been outmaneuvered and
six small corps are in danger of destruction.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 4:00:54 AM   
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In a series of attacks, and with the aid of the entire Allied air force,
we shatter the German motorized corps. This will temporarily put the German
spearhead out of supply and buy us some time.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 4:17:51 AM   
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The UK gains interceptor 41 tech.
The division in Aberdeen leaves garrison mode for possible
amphibious landings at Narvik next turn.
Because of the elevated threat from paratroopers, we will have to heavily garrison
our English ports. No further reinforcements to the BEF will be sent.

De Gaulle takes command of the Alps HQ, which moves north.
A division is railed south to replace and release the mountain corps.
France is actually at 99% manpower, and rebuilds the small corps
that just shattered.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 5:45:01 AM   
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Turn 22: June 21, 1940

Netherlands surrenders. Belgium is attacked but not conquered.
France loses two small corps (one surrendered, one shattered), as
Germany secures their flanks at Metz.
One German air transport is destroyed as it attempts a resupply mission.
A second transport makes it.
Norwegian ports are fully garrisoned.





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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 6:02:46 AM   
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Allied High Command decides on a delaying strategy. No attacks are made,
bombers spread out and hit various lead German units with some success.
France uses a few supply trucks.
Belgium sets Reinf./Upgrade to 500.
The UK armor and Canadian corps arrive in Marseille.




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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 10:45:25 AM   
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Turn 23: July 5, 1940

The German assault continues. Two Belgian corps shatter.
In France, the direction of attack is towards the south.
But have they overextended themselves?

Meanwhile attacks on the British fleet anchored in London
score hits on a cruiser group and the Ark Royal.





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RE: La Défense - LiquidSky(Axis) vs sveint(Allies) - 6/1/2020 10:48:58 AM   
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All Allied bombers are called in on the German 16th Motorized.




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