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Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 09, 2015 6:52 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 1. September 1, 1939.

Denmark falls to a garrison and a BB

Poland
Imagine Tanks bearing down on Warsaw

I can not post the image link in the AAR
It says that all URL's are spam
my rank is to low, so you're going to have to use your imagination, until I get a promotion

Private first class Carlos Danger
needs a promotion !

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sun May 10, 2015 6:32 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 2. September 21, 1939.

Poland Surrenders

Holland is Attacked, and Surrenders

Belgium is still Neutral

Private first class Carlos Danger
needs a promotion !

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Tue May 12, 2015 3:14 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 3. October 11, 1939.

Still fair weather
But nothing happens, start of the Phoney War

Private first class Carlos Danger
needs a promotion !

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Wed May 13, 2015 2:53 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 4. October 31, 1939.

Still fair weather
But nothing happens, the Phoney War continues

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Wed May 13, 2015 4:10 pm
by MilesNoctis
Are you sure DoW-ing Holland was a good idea? This means that you will have to face full-strength 10-step Belgian forces in the spring of 1940.

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Wed May 13, 2015 7:31 pm
by GogTheMild
It is Morris who invaded the Netherlands. It is probably safe to assume that he knows what he is doing.

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Thu May 14, 2015 4:54 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 5. November 20, 1939.

Still fair weather
But nothing happens, the Phoney War continues
Yes five turns of Fair weather but Belgium is still Neutral, only Poland, Denmark and Holland have been captured.
I guess Morris wants the extra production points from Holland over the winter. Killing full strength Belgians with fully rested Germans in the Spring is not to hard I similarly guess.

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Fri May 15, 2015 3:29 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 6. December 10, 1939.
weather: Winter
nothing happens, the Phoney War continues

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 16, 2015 3:31 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 7. December 30, 1939.
weather: Winter
nothing happens, the Phoney War continues

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sun May 17, 2015 7:41 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 8. January 19, 1940.
weather: Winter

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sun May 17, 2015 5:15 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 9. February 8, 1940.
Mud weather.
nothing happens, the Phoney War continues

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sun May 17, 2015 5:37 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Private first class Carlos Danger
gets a promotion!

Now Lance Corporal Carlos Danger

I'll try and post a photo

Turn 10. February 28, 1940.
Mud weather.
nothing happens, the Phoney War continues

Turn 11. March 19, 1940.

Fair weather
Germans storm a full strength Belgium, Belgium Surrenders

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French move, 2 hexes of Maginot line abandoned
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Canadians Sail, the Fighter unit, with a full escort of six ships
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Wed May 20, 2015 4:01 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 12. April 8, 1940
Fair weather
Germans: 5 french garrisons were killed on the French left flank, Lille was taken.
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French abandoned the Maginot line

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 23, 2015 6:48 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 13. April 28, 1940.
Fair weather
Germans Move: 8 french garrisons were killed,
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French Move: French will try and make a stand at the Seine, Corps and Mechs up front, garrison in the back.
English SAC with French fighter escort, bombs the lead German tank
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 23, 2015 6:57 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 14. May 18, 1940.
German Move: Germans kill one French Mech and one French Corp and two Garrisons and the Germans cross the Seine.
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French Move: No allied counteroffensive.
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sun May 24, 2015 5:47 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 15. June 7, 1940
German Move: Germans get closer to Paris.
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French Move: French dig in around Paris.
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Mon May 25, 2015 10:20 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 16. June 27, 1940.
Paris is Surrounded, fully entrench, full strength French Mech will try and with stand six ground attack next turn.
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Thu May 28, 2015 4:55 am
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 17. July 17, 1940.
France Surrenders
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Casualties
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Battle of the Atlantic
Intelligence estimates of the German navy 6 Subs 2 DD and 1 BB
English DD's switch to escorting the convoys and three German subs promptly attack an escort DD not the convoy; the three subs lose a total of 5 steps and the DD loses 8 steps,
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The nearly sunk the DD limps towards a port for repairs. Other English DDs head towards ports also.

New Convoys are at the start points
North 21 point convoy
Center 24 point convoy
South 37 point convoy
82 points let's see if any make it through to England with no escorts.

Med
Italians join the war and come out swinging; DD attacks a transport with a Italian BB in chase. Italians bring a unit to North Africa.
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Royal Navy responds and attacks the Italian Navy. The English bring a large naval force to bear on the Italians; two subs, two BB, two CV and a DD to the battle and sink the Italian DD and BB.
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Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 30, 2015 7:02 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 18. August 6, 1940.
No Bombing campaign over England, all is quite on the Western front.

Med
Italians subs counter strike a transport leaving it at 3 steps
Italians now reverse their North Africa reinforcements, remove a unit from North Africa, the one they brought the turn before.
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Royal Navy cast out a net, we'll see if we catch anything next turn.
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Battle for the Atlantic, English DDs sit in port.

Re: Morris (axis) vs Carlos Danger (allies) 3.1

Posted: Sat May 30, 2015 7:04 pm
by Carlos_Danger
Turn 19. August 26, 1940.
Royal Navy net did not catch anything only Italian subs, we call off that operation.
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CVs in the Med go to the protection of the Greek Slot.
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Battle for the Atlantic, English DDs sit in port,
North Convoy attacked by one sub, loses 10 steps, now 11
Centre Convoy attacked by one sub, loses 9 steps, now 15
South Convoy, still 37