Radioactive Frozen Beverage
- Jan 17, 2017
Now this is the kind of impressive advance we've been waiting to see! Three provinces deep across the front, very nice!
Operational summary, Far East – Northern Sector (not including the Magadan Pocket), October 1945.
Here the advance is less impressive, but as noted there is an opportunity to encircle and capture one of the famous SNLF divisions (here seen woefully out-of-place). Poor positioning aside, we could learn something from "studying" the tactics of this division...
Operational summary, Far East – Central Sector, October 1945.
I believe they're the same thing, although I don't know for certain how the nodes calculation works for overseas supply. As you're seeing, of course, the route calculated for a given division/province is not simple or even particularly sensical in many cases, as the divisions on the front are certainly not separated from one another by two dozen provinces.[NB: I'm not sure what the difference, if any, is between a 'node' and a 'province' in this context.]
The real criminal negligence here is all that border gore. Something tells me the imperialists may be too busy arguing about their new colonial borders to pay attention while we build up for WW2.1.The Allies were currently relying on the Thais in Malaya, but their criminally negligent failure to garrison Singapore had led to its loss.