Let us jump right to the exciting part of this turn, the Far East/Manchuko front(s). The Soviet forces are coming in, in ernest. From the Northeast troops have been been moving from Chita. From the west (and partially from the north) the Soviet forces are coming in too, from Vladivostok and Khaborovsk.
My screens have worked. The Harbin mines and Harbin have held, although both have been surrounded. I managed to break the road open to Harbin, but decide to let the Heroes of Harbin do what they were put there for. The Soviets are using their big corps like tank units, that are a mix of BT-7s, T-26s and T-28s. The last two move at a medium speed, while the BT-7 is a fast tank. I think he made a mistake here in not splitting them into two types of armor, and thus getting the speed of the BT-7s.
More units are sent from the Peking HQ, to bolster the defense south of Harbin. The 63rd and the 64th. Both fresh troops, raw training, at best. It's the best I can do.
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