The coup in Yugoslavia took place late, April 16th, and in a quick campaign of 1 turn the revels were overrun by Hungarian forces surrendering May 7th.
By June 20th everything was ready for the biggest war operation in HISTORY: Operation Barbarossa. I now will take some time to resume the overall situation in the War. (We are at present playing 4 turns ahead of the AAR and in a ferocious fight inside the USSR).
Just before the declaration of War USA stands at 49% and the USSR at 58% activation.
The German economy had collected 14255 MPPs, lost 3914 MPPs and spent 2950 MPPs in research (21%).
The British Empire economy had collected 6932 MPPs, lost 4444 MPPs (including minors) and spent 1600 MPPs in research (23%). They got 2870 MPPs through convoys losing 380 MPPs to U-boots (12%).
The USSR economy had collected the incredible figure of 3705 MPPs and spent 2050 MPPs in research (56%).
The USA spent 2075 MPPs in research so far, as many as the USSR.
So Germany was the country that invested the most in technology in this first part of the war.
The USSR bought an incredible number of land units, as of the first day of the war, the Soviets possesses the incredible number of 71 units available, almost equaling the Germans 80 units!
The exact automatic deployment of the Soviet troops was not clear to me without the Polish area, so I deployed units along the whole front. As it turned out, the Northern Soviet units where deployed in their usual position around Jelgava.
< Message edited by Taifun -- 7/18/2020 4:51:47 PM >
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