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Great Story Remble but I'm not sure how you could possibly destroy that many divisions... then again I'd have lost in the first week! Also I see Canada hasn't given up on the Frozen Mad Cow attack :D
 

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alan_le_cowboy - He is running out of things to sell :)

germanpeon - Yes some of these are fairly important but just about research is right now because with VH difficulty I just fall further and further behind.

Maj. von Mauser - Thank you. Looks can be deceiving.

stnylan - Harbin is of some small importance yes. Happy birthday by the way :)

Sokraates - You won't need to wait long for Operation Retreat, its in the next update.

Kurt_Steiner - These Soviets appear to be from an alternative history and are blissfully unaware of what is likely to happen to them in this reality.

elbasto - A small decrease yes but it all helps. Of course we all know the Soviets can easily out produce the damage I can cause but the AI won't do it.

Dasfubar - Thank you. The Canadians are still very much alive and breeding cows to their hearts content. Time will tell if I can kill this many enemy divisions before they can force me to leave China. I am betting on the Imperial Japanese Air Force myself.

Update to follow ...
 

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0000 September 1st 1946.
Naval Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Operation Tedious had already obtained one of its major goals in the capture of Sakhalin Island but the overall plan required as large a diversion as possible to draw Soviet troops away from the front line.​

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Osami gave the orders for another invasion. This time Petropavlosk was the target as Lt. General Kanjorjab led his Cavalry division ashore.​





1100 September 1st 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Higashikuni was already in charge of a front wide withdrawal to conserve Japanese losses and form a more solid defensive line. Winter would hopefully arrive before the new defences would be tested.​

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Soviet forces attacked into Mengkokuo territory for the first time at dusk on September 1st. Lt. General Kozuki would hold the enemy troops at bay over night before retiring south during the early morning hours even though he might have been able to hold. The Japanese corps to his north was ordered by Higashikuni to board trains and head for Yuling rather than risk being cut off.​

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Japanese Tactical bombers operating over India had almost destroyed one enemy division and would succeed in doing so. Targets would become much harder to kill following this success as the enemy troops dug in. Higashikuni would order General Abe north towards Multan province to try and draw the enemy out of their hastily dug trenches.​





1100 September 1st 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Harbin, Manchukuo.

The Red Army troops that had dared to enter the capital of Manchukuo were paying a hefty toll for their advance as Japanese Dive bombers pounded them relentlessly.​

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Only four division remained of the original five and this would soon become three as another ceased to exist. The Soviets still had a massive advantage in numbers and even technology in some cases which Terauchi knew would eventually be brought to bare. September would barely enter its second day when the Red Army finally threw everything at Harbin.​

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At 0200 hours Field Marshal Tolbukhin launched fifty three Soviet divisions at Terauchi's defences in a determined bid to finally budge the stubborn Japanese troops that had held him up for months. Outnumbered almost two to one Terauchi would wait a little while to see if it might be possible to hold until nightfall without sustaining too many casualties. He had his answer by 0400 hours and ordered twenty seven Japanese and Manchurian divisions to withdraw in an orderly fashion towards Mukden province. He had no intention of trying to defend Xinjing as the terrain was not condusive to such a defence.​





1600 September 2nd 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Truk.

Ozawa was resting his forces in Truk as there was little else for them to do with the United States Navy seemingly not wishing to try and contest the Pacific for the time being. He did have one thing on his plate that had to be dealt with. Operation Retreat was a fairly minor affair and the planning required was nothing compared to other operations around the Pacific that had already been concluded.

One Transport fleet, one Heavy Cruiser fleet and one Infantry division were all that had been assigned to the mission and they reported back to Ozawa at 1600 hours on September 2nd. The message simply stated that Operation Retreat had been successfully completed and the forces would be returning to their orignal bases as a result.​

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Lt. General Izeki had been commanding the Infantry forces that had landed on the French island of Tahiti without any enemy resistance. Ozawa forwarded the message back to Osami who would inform the Emperor that his Winter Retreat was now available should he decide the snow was not to his liking in Japan.​

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In the early hours of September 3rd Japanese cavalry captured Petropavlovsk to provide another diversion for the Soviet High Command to deal with. Sooner or later one of these invasions could become a major incursion but Osami knew it would not be for some time to come.​





0300 September 3rd 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Higashikuni had ordered a change to one of his Tactical bomber formations as they were finding it increasingly difficult to target enemy forces around Sinkiang.​

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The bombers switched back to Mongolia and began by bombing a Soviet Headquarters division in Bayan Tumen. They also provided some intelligence on soviet troops movements to the north of the province. A large army was heading towards the province which could keep Japanese troops awaiting their arrival fairly busy.​





0000 September 4th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Harbin, Manchukuo.

While Terauchi organised his forces as they withdrew from Harbin the Close Air Support aircraft had flown to Beiping to recover their organisation before Soviet forces advanced into Mengkokuo.​

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The eight Dive bombers operating from Dalian were finishing off the last enemy division in Xinjing as Japanese troops re-claimed the capital for the Manchurians. These bombers would also rest until the enemy came close enough for them to bomb again.​





2200 September 4th 1946.
Naval Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

An enemy Submarine Division had been spotted by patrolling Siamese Naval bombers as it tried to sink Japanese convoys in the Inland Sea.​

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Four Destroyer Flotillas had been dispatched to sink it but they would not succeed. The Siamese Naval bombers would claim the sinking of the enemy Submarines.​
 

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0100 September 5th 1946.
Air Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Most of the Air Commanders in the Imperial Japanese Air Force had been promoted by this stage of the War and it was rare indeed for any other such awards to be handed out to a force that was not really growing to much extent.​

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For his unswerving conduct and valour during the passed two years Lt. General Nakajima, commanding 13. Hikoutai Close Air Support Wing based in Dalian, was promoted to Air General effective immediately.​





0100 September 5th 1946.
The Skies Above Arvayheer.

Two Soviet armoured divisions had been spotted heading west which gave the Tactical bombers an ideal target after they had destroyed the Headquarters they had previously been bombing.​

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The steep hills of Mongolia would provide the tanks with precious few hiding places over the next few days as the bombers pursued them.​





2000 September 7th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamshiro, Truk.

Admiral Ozawa was awoken by a crew member of IJN Yamashiro as he tried to catch up on some sleep. These disturbances were becoming less frequent and they were usually important so Ozawa did not mind.​

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Admiral Sprague had been sighted again as he headed towards Samoa. Admiral Maeda had intercepted the remnants of his fleet as it transitted through the West Tonga Trench. Only the Destroyer Division would be lost during the short battle with no Japanese ship being able to claim the final shot. Ozawa ordered the now almost totally rested and repaired Naval bombers on Fiji to go after Sprague and then resume their bombing of the Submarines in Samoa's small harbour.​

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By 0100 hours on September 8th the remainder of the forces that had captured Tahiti returned to the West Tonga Trench and Ozawa decided to see what it would take to make the Americans react in the Pacific. He ordered the invasion of the island of Arorae to try and draw some attention. He had a fairly large fleet sitting idle and they needed some excercise.​





0100 September 8th 1946.
Industry Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Ginjiro had been monitoring the progress of various upgrades to the Imperial Japanese Air Force and was glad to see the latest reports.​

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The final Close Air Support squadron had completed its upgrade which would allow Ginjiro to begin the modernisation of Japanese Interceptors in earnest.​





0200 September 9th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. In Transit.

The first major enemy force had entered Bayan Tumen province which allowed Terauchi to continue the war of attack and counter attack with the enemy.​

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Five division had arrived and Terauchi ordered General Koiso to throw them back out of the province which he accomplished before nightfall and with minimal losses. A small reminder had been sent to the Soviet commanders. Just because he had allowed them to advance a little did not mean they were winning the War.​

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Little diversions like the one behind enemy lines in Siberia were paying some dividends as evidence of more Soviet troops moving towards the initial landing were reported. If they were up here chasing shadows then they were not shooting at Japanese soldiers, which was a good thing for the time being.​





0700 September 9th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Japanese defences were taking shape around Lanzhou as the latest bombing reports arrived on Higahikuni's desk.​

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The bombers in India were making little progress in damaging the enemy troops and would fail to do so until they could be convinced to leave their trenches. General Abe was still more than a week away from Multan but when he arrived Higashikuni expected a counter attack fairly quickly.​
 

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Hopefully your bombers will (most times) find the targets they should in Mongolia. iirc, it's one huge aircraft patrolling/bombing zone.

What forces arrive at the Karachi-front? There is one infantry division moving toward Mukden coming from the east. Are there more to come to strenghten your Indian Army?

The loss of Harbin... finally the AI managed to attack with enough troops at a good time. Took them long enough. I would guess you will hold Mukden (forever?): less possible attacking directions, if you hold the Korean defence line.

It's a great chance to bomb many troops that move towards Harbin to death, have fun! ;)
 

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Nice update.

Nice to see the Americans arn't totally asleep. :rolleyes:
 

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At least now Terauchi has better terrain, and hopefully you will be able to catch a few of those Rusky divisions while they are on the move!
 

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"Winter Retreat" :rofl:

That was pure brilliance!

That explains the codename. I was wondering why Remble called it "Operation Retreat" when the Japanese weren't retreating from anything.
 

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Thurak - Bomber targetting has been a small problem lately in both Mongolia and India where they pick the wrong targets. Right now my CAS have no targets at all so I can merely let the TAC's try and pick a decent target.

Well spotted in India. The extra division marched from a beach defence position in eastern India. no attempts have been made to invade in the east so i thought it safe enough to add one more division where it could make a difference.

Mukden is safer than Harbin yes. The problem with losing Harbin is that that province is no longer the point of attack. The AI can now pick on weaker stacks which could eventually undermine Mukden. The Soviets will be able to reach Harbin without being bombed sadly. My CAS can only reach as far as Xinjing for the time being so they are resting until they do have a target.

Maj. von Mauser - Thank you. The USN is not totally asleep, merely relaxing for a time.

Sokraates, Nathan Madien - Thanks. I kind of liked the idea and we all know I like Tahiti :)

robou - The Red Army is likely to have a very bad October if they advance into the wrong areas. The AI being what it is means that the Soviets will probably walk into the death zones set up for them.

alan_le_cowboy - Maybe after the War is over.

Fgorginator - Thank you :)

Update to follow ...
 

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0400 September 10th 1946.
The Skies Above Arvayheer.

Two enemy armoured divisions had been moving through Mongolia and had been picked out by Japanese Tactical bombers. The bombers had been switching targets to cover other forces during their pursuit of the armour which caused some delays.​

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The second armoured division followed the first as it was destroyed long before it could reach its destination. The bombers would need to hunt more prey.​





0400 September 10th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Mukden, Manchukuo.

General Fujie had used his fast moving Headquarters to re-occupy Xinjing province and had then been ordered south towards the mountains of Andong.​

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The first Red Army division to enter Harbin attacked him during his march south. The battle between the two Headquarters divisions could have lasted for days had Fujie not decided to just withdraw.​





0800 September 10h 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Truk.

Lt. General Izeki had been successfully landed onto another island in the Pacific despite the attempt to interupt the landing by Sprague.​

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He would march through the remainder of the island chain until he reached the Garrison division to the north.​

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Ichimaru and Genda returned to Samoa to try and reduce the number of enemy Submarine Divisions in the harbour.​





1800 September 11th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Mukden, Manchukuo.

More enemy troops had moved into Bayan Tumen which would require a counter attack to determine their numbers.​

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Koiso used eighteen divisions and found a much larger enemy presence than had been expected. Terauchi ordered the attack to be halted as too many casualties were likely from such a battle.​

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Another invasion began on the 13th as Japanese troops tried to convince more Red Army troops to move north away from the front lines. The invasion would fail as an enemy division would arrive before the Cavalry could occupy the province.

Terauchi had some visitors on the September 14th as Ministers Tanigawa and Satoru arrived to discuss the current situation in Manchuria. Their visit was fairly timely as it turned out as it would save some time for Terauchi.

"Sir?" a messenger asked the Field Marshall as he showed the two Ministers some maps of the front lines.

"Yes?" he replied.

The messenger handed him a report that had just been received and needed his immediate attention.

"Problems?" Satoru asked the frowning Terauchi.

"You could say that Minister Satoru." he replied as he handed the Chief of the Army the message. Tanigawa would also read it shortly afterwards.

"Well at least we are here so you won't need to gain approval via our communications system today. What would you like to do about this small problem the Soviets have decided to pose you with today?" Tanigawa asked Terauchi.​

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"Well Ulan Bator is pretty important but not critical to our defences and we could withdraw. Dawn is a few hours away so I would like to at least wait until then to see if Zhang Haipeng can hold." Terauchi replied.

"I sense that your instincts wish you to react differently under the circumstances." Tanigawa replied.

"I do not like to give up good defensive territory without a fight if at all possible."

"A counter attack could cost a lot of lives that we can ill afford to lose though." stated Satoru.

"Why don't we let Minister Ginjiro worry about that. Feel free to kill as many enemy soldiers as you like Field Marshall but try and keep our losses down." Tanigawa replied.

"As you wish Sir." Terauchi said as he issued orders that were to be acted upon at dawn.​
 

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By 2200 hours the defences had not been seriously threatened and this would alter as midnight arrived and the sun rose.​

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Teruachi led the large attack towards Harbin where six headquarters divisions had been attacking the flank of Ulan Bator. Unfortunately a large Infantry force arrived to add to the defences as soon as Terauchi launched his attack. Tanigawa was happy to allow the attack to continue and Terauchi saw no reason to halt it just yet as a large part of the defensive force was not particularly combat efficient.

He had not been the only commander to attack the Red Army as a second set of orders had been sent to General Koiso.​

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Eighteen Japanese divisions threw themselves at the defenders of Bayan Tumen in attempt to cut the other flanking attack against Ulan Bator. Koiso was badly outnumbered but Japanese bombers were on their way to offer their support.​

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By 0400 hours all three battles were slowly turning Terauchi's way as Soviet casualties mounted. The terrain they were attacking from and being attacked in to all had bad infrastructure as a result of earlier bombing and Soviet advances. This disadvantage was telling as the battles wore on.​

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At 0700 hours Rokossovsky was forced to call off his assault on Ulan Hot as his two enveloping forces, containing most of his troops, were battered by the two flanking attacks against Harbin and Bayan Tumen. Dusk was still three hours away with Harbin in particular proving to be a very good battle for Teruachi. Koiso would also win his fight just before dusk as the bombers made the difference. Soviet casualties had been high with moderate losses for Japanese forces and most of these casualites were in Ulan Hot.

"Very nice Field Marshall." Tanigawa complimented Teruachi.

"Thank you Sir. We may not be so lucky the next time as the Soviets appear to be learning from their earlier mistakes."

"We will deal with that when it happens but for now I think Minister Satoru and myself will head back to Tokyo so that we can update the Cabinet and the Emperor on progress."​





0000 September 16th 1946.
Intelligence Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Research had been progressing at a painfully slow rate but advances were being made dispite the time it was taking.​

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Kuniaki was informed of the completion of the project aimed at improving Japanese Interceptors by Nakajima. He ordered Kawasaki to begin researching an improved method of shipbuilding to assist with the construction of vessels for the Imperial Japanese Navy. Blueprints would make this task a lot easier but it would still take time.​





1500 September 17th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Higashikuni had little to contend with in China as his forces had managed to withdraw faster than the Soviets could advance and had some breathing space.​

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This allowed him to concentrate on India a little more where General Abe had advanced into Multan where another division would join his corps in a couple of hours. Japanese bombers were making little headway against the dug in enemy troops and this advance would hopefully make them attack.​





0000 September 18th 1946.
Diplomatic Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Mamoru was monitoring trade but had seen precious few opportunites to improve on Japan's current resource problems. His aide informed him that the Manchurian Ambassador was here to see him and he waved the man in and offered him a seat.

"How can I help you today Ambassador?" he asked politely as he ordered some tea brought in to his office.

"Oh it is I who can help you on this occasion Minister Mamoru." came the reply.

"Do tell."​

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"Our scientists have been studying ground combat using Infantry as a focus and they came up with a remarkable initiative that would make our troops fight better."

"That was good of them wasn't it." replied Mamoru with a straight face.

"My Government would of course like to hand over the relevant documents to your research department where you may use it as you see fit."

"Most generous of you Ambassador." replied Mamoru before he change the conversation to more worldy matters.​
 
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so the lynchpin has now turned over to Ulan Hot. Unfortunately it looks a lot more exposed than Harbin.

NOTE: You put Ulan Bator when i think you meant Ulan Hot :)
 

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So the long retreat has begun! That is a large amount of HQ the Soviets are putting forward! Now, if your bombers can kill of of these, that will be a major blow to the Soviet offensive!
 

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Did you figure out the Soviet airforce losses? It seems like the allies don't have any more planes to throw at you...for now.

Better hope for a manpower event...or activate the Shikoku clone factories... :cool:
 

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No wonder that Ulan is hot, with such a vicious battle raging on... :D