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Subject: The Great Spanish Deception 14: Advance in the Middle East rss

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Steven Bensdorp
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1944 Mar/Apr
Weather 7
Axis win initiative

Germany finally ground strikes the Russians in the mountains, the Turks can take the hex and establish a rail line to Tiflis. SS panzers and guards blitz the US armor in Syria after the Litorrio, the last Italian battleship and 2 cruisers cut supply preventing Allied air support. Japan sinks some US convoys.


The CW and US retreat in Syria to form a better defensive line while also bringing reinforcements to that front. US art flips 2/3 of the defenders of Rome and France kills 2 German fighters at the Western front. Air battle become more and more an Allied crap shoot feast.

Weather 7
Germany keeps attacking in Syria, killing a CW art. Both sides have now exhausted most of their troops there. 2 bombers and 1 fighter rebase to the M-E from the Eastern front. Italy loses an old bomber. Japan takes an air action to rebase their massive air force.

Big battle in the Pacific near Japan sees lots of aborted convoys and many planes shot down on both sides. The CW also kills an 11-6 german wp armor and the Iraq cav with a roll of 9 +3, in Syria. Devastating losses which can not be replaced. Just as we were having great success on that front.

Weather 5
Germany and Italy try to ground strike in Italy but fail. The kriegsmarine fails to find the lend lease convoys in the Norwegian Sea and Artic ocean.

Japan does better and captures the Burmese oil from the Chinese, yeah the Chinese had a big offensive into Burma. Doing so the Delhi militia and a chinese division get destroyed. Japan now control all mountain hexes on the border between India and Burma, and Rangoon as well.
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