I repeat - historically the UK could never have fielded that kind of army - I believe what is shown exceeds the UK army at home, in France and in Africa in 1940.
I agree...but then so does the German Army and quite possibly the French army.
Though they had a huge army it was just trained like it would be WW I again.
I know that the goal of this game was not to be historical...
Just need to find the balance is all.
From what I have read BEF sent 390,000 men and UK produced more than 1500 tanks / armored vehicles before 1940, I think with different guidelines I think they could have sent this big deployment. I imagine that in those times it was something unthinkable to do, but not impossible (maybe I'm wrong and it was completely impossible). However, it is realistic to unprotect your country to defend another, although the navy does protect it, would that be enough?
So it was possible, but is it not 100% realistic? I think it is the game that should limit this situation, it is not the players who have to decide what is right and what is not, because of things like that there is anger between players.
Either way it is a problem, we want a more playable and more fun game, the French All-in defense can be beaten but it will give victory to the Allies 95% of the games, and this is not fun.