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David G. Cox Esq.
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In the example of play, Churchill places a political alignment marker on Greece, on page 30, and says "long live Greece" whereupon Roosevelt places a similar marker in Denmark.

With the Global Issues marker between UK/USSR at neutral it says political markers can't be placed in countries connected to the Eastern or Western Front tracks.

Why is it okay to place these markers in Greece and Denmark?

 
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That was an error in the rulebook

Mark had intended to move Global to Self-Determination

https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1407380/example-play
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da pyrate wrote:
In the example of play, Churchill places a political alignment marker on Greece, on page 30, and says "long live Greece" whereupon Roosevelt places a similar marker in Denmark.

With the Global Issues marker between UK/USSR at neutral it says political markers can't be placed in countries connected to the Eastern or Western Front tracks.

Why is it okay to place these markers in Greece and Denmark?



The example needs more improvement than that as the change to allow these placements is Free Europe which Roosevelt cannot change. I will have to recast the paragraph down the road.

Sorry for any confusion,

Mark
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MarkHerman wrote:
da pyrate wrote:
In the example of play, Churchill places a political alignment marker on Greece, on page 30, and says "long live Greece" whereupon Roosevelt places a similar marker in Denmark.

With the Global Issues marker between UK/USSR at neutral it says political markers can't be placed in countries connected to the Eastern or Western Front tracks.

Why is it okay to place these markers in Greece and Denmark?



The example needs more improvement than that as the change to allow these placements is Free Europe which Roosevelt cannot change. I will have to recast the paragraph down the road.

Sorry for any confusion,

Mark


Is it true that this oversight was deliberate, allowing you to cater for those who love to complain?

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