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Middle East is a smart move. you can get some energy and oil.

and i think new border with Russia in Persia is a good idea. they need to send some troops from China and it will help you. you can also destroy them in the deserts and you don`t need to worry for loosing middle east. you just need to vanish low countries in the area. fighting as far as homeland is the best thing every time.

good update as always and good luck for your new operations. and i forgot the name of your operation in Middle East, what is that?
 

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harezmi said:
Middle East is a smart move. you can get some energy and oil.

and i think new border with Russia in Persia is a good idea. they need to send some troops from China and it will help you. you can also destroy them in the deserts and you don`t need to worry for loosing middle east. you just need to vanish low countries in the area. fighting as far as homeland is the best thing every time.

good update as always and good luck for your new operations. and i forgot the name of your operation in Middle East, what is that?


Operation Komodo iirc.

Nice update Remble. It just seems there is no end to the number of soviet divisions. Though slowely but surely you are closing the gap :D

Too much a patience game for me to play.

/Krogzar
 

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An interesting update. Even more interesting considering that you don't rule out to attack the Soviets through Persia. Is the war really going so well? Or have you just played some months in advance? ;)

Regarding the Americans: I'm afraid they are trying out a new naval strategy: The All Carrier High Stack Of Doom Operational Fleet Format (a.k.a ACHSODOFF)!
 

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Nice update. :)
 

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While enemy force in two theatres may crumble, their stiff resolve never seems to; at least Japanese ministerial optimism is warranted. I do look forward to that day in the future when the see-sawing near Karachi ends, but it is only a matter of time. Excellent update, as ever. If only the historical manpower utilised by the Japanese occupiers could be properly represented, but it is pleasing to see that the partisans prefer Japanese slippers to the Russian boot.

I may be tempting fate here, but surely it seems far too long since someone suggested the liberation of puppets to manage both T.C. and partisan levels! With the success and length of your last aar, I count myself very lucky to have been reading since the beginning.
 

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I too support the idea of liberating puppets, but mostly for the auxiliary divisions. I see no reason why Japan must do all of the heavy lifting when so many of her new subjects do nothing but bask in the glory of the Empire.
 

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Nathan Madien - Thank you. The future of the Middle East won't be anything to do with the Americans if the War goes well for Japan as that Country would not exist :)

harezmi - I am still divided as to whether I invite the Soviets into the Middle East or not (Yes that does mean I have not played far enough ahead to make the decision). On the one hand it gives them something else to think about and does make them easy bomb targets, but on the other hand they can easily steamroll my forces if they attack in force. Most of what I have been facing so far is second or third rate enemy forces and that would change. The Red Army can invite itself to the party if it attacks northern India.

Krogzar - Thanks. The Red Army is taking some time to destroy certainly. I do not have the luxury of cutting it to pieces with thousands of tanks and encircling it. Patience is something I have a lot of so I don't mind grinding it to dust.

robou - I try not to make too many mistakes but I do make some minor ones every now and then. This campaigning season will probably determine the rest of the War.

Sokraates - The War is going better than expected in June '44. I did not expect to neutralise the Americans so quickly and I certainly did not plan on the Soviets staying out of it for so long. Had they DoW'd in 1945 as they could have things may be a little different. Last known major Carrier fleet had 8 Carriers in it but that was some time ago and it could be smaller now.

I Killed Kenny - That is one option I have to choose from and as I said earlier I have not made that decision yet.

Maj. von Mauser - Thank you :)

Ruodnane - Thanks. Karachi might not change hands again :) I had a similar problem as Germany as the Soviets have now, which is the double partisan effect. Its not too pleasant to deal with when you have 40%+ partisan activity. You have been following for some considerable time if you were in at the start. We are in to the nine month I think or something like that, which is already two months longer than my previous AAR :)

Ruodnane, germanpeon - The question of puppets is one that crops up occasionally. Firstly I hate puppets and am therefore extremely reluctant to release anything. As far as I can remember I have actually never voluntarily released any puppet in my years of playing, which should tell you exactly what my thoughts are.

Secondly, when playing on VH difficulty my puppets fight with no penalty which makes them the best troops I have if they have half decent doctrines. Right now it is fairly safe to say that the 1945 Manchurian Infantry are the best troops I have. Historically some of the best troops in more modern armies have been from smaller countries, the Ghurkas probably being one of the most well known, but Manchukuo is providing more than a few divisions of them.

I would guess that roughly 20% of my army in Asia is not of Japanese origin and that is with three fairly minor puppets. If I were to release something like China this game would be over as far as any chance of me losing. Releasing countries would essentially be game breaking as far as I am concerned, and I was very very tempted to let the British take out Siam, and am still tempted to let the Red Army remove Manchukuo and Mengkokuo. I won't do it but the temptation is there.

I hope that explains my views fairly clearly :D

Update to follow to start February ...
 

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0000 February 1st 1947.
Diplomatic Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Minister Mamoru was greeted by two Ambassadors on his return from the monthly meeting with the Emperor. Both were from South American Countries with favourable diplomatic ties.​

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Two new trade agreements were signed with Argentina and Venezuela which would see more supplies leave Japan in exchange for much needed Energy. There was more of this commodity available on the open market but the costs were considerably higher and less would arrive as the convoys would have to travel from Europe or the Mediterranean.​





2100 February 1st 1947.
The Skies Above Samoa.

Only one more bombing run would be needed by Ichimaru and Genda as they finished off the remains of the American fleet in Samoa.​

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The Light Carrier USS langley and the Heavy Cruiser USS Pensacola joined the rest of Admiral King's fleet at the bottom of the harbour.​





0400 February 3rd 1947.
The Skies Above Iman.

Air General Shima led his battered Tactical bombers over Iman province in the early hours of February 3rd in search of an easy target.​

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The lone Infantry division was a suitable division to attack and the bombers would destroy it before moving on to a new area of operations. Vladivostok was still in Japanese hands which made any interception unlikely but that would change once the province was claimed by the Soviets, and Shima's bombers were in no fit state to encounter enemy fighters or interceptors.​





0400 February 3rd 1947.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamato, Gulf of Mannar.

Ozawa had positioned his fleet off the coast of Ceylon to protect the island from the frequent invasions by American forces. He closely monitored operations around the Persian Gulf while he waited for enemy ships to enter what was now a no go zone for them.​

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General Abe made landfall in Abadan province which was rich in Oil at 0400 hours on February 3rd. The Japanese beach head was expanding even though there were only six divisions involved. Tactical bombers operating from Kuwait City were trying to keep hostile forces away from the fragile landing zones but nothing could be done to prevent the large amounts of enemy Strategic bombers from levelling anything Japanese forces had captured.​

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The capture of Abadan forced the enemy fleet hiding in its port to leave and they ran into Carrier Group C which was protecting the landings from sea. A Nicuraguan Admiral would command the Transport ships as they became easy prey for the waiting Carriers. Aircraft from IJN Ryuho would sink one Mexican Transport flotilla before the rest managed to escape.​

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They sought refuge in the small harbour of Doha province. A port strike by Carrier Group C followed in the hope of convincing them to put back to sea. There was no safe haven in the Persian Gulf for Allied shipping.​





0000 February 4th 1947.
Security Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Minister Hakujiro held possibly one of the less demanding Cabinet posts as Security Minister but he was called into action on February 4th as an uprising occured in north eastern China.​

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Kaifeng province had revolted which required a response as a Militia division made its way from Qingdao on the coast. Further actions would follow to prevent any spread of the partisan activity. Hakujiro knew that Japan had been fairly lucky so far with only a minimum of activity from local partisans to contend with.​
 

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0000 February 4th 1947.
The Skies Above Chongyin.

Japanese Dive bombers commanded by Nakajima received a new task which would provide reconnaisance for Terauchi along the coast. The was no target in Xinjing for the moment which allowed such a mission to take place.​

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There were still twelve enemy divisions in Chongyin province all of which were heading towards Vladivostok. Nakajima would be returning to Xinjing the following morning as Soviet Armour had moved into the province during the reconnaisance mission.​





0500 February 4th 1947.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamato, Gulf of Mannar.

Naval patrols were still taking place over large areas of the Pacific Ocean to maintain the constant vigilance required to keep the United States Navy at bay.​

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Lt. General Kira, a Naval mission specialist, was conducting his normal routine patrol around the Carolines when he encountered the USS Princeton off the coast of Truk. Admiral Sherman was clearly looking for something and he seemed to be heading west. By the time the Heavy Cruiser Division in Truk had arrived in the East Carolines Sherman had already left and no pursuit would be ordered as there was no chance of the slower Japanese vessels catching USS Princeton.​





0500 February 4th 1947.
The Skies Above Okhotsk.

Shima had been ordered to rebase his Tactical bombers on the island of Sakhalin where he could reach some parts of the northern Siberia coastline. There were no enemy airbases in this region which would allow him to pick and chose any target he wished.​

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There were a lot more Red Army divisions in the area than had been thought as they responded to the invasions during Operation Tedious. Shima would conduct limited hour operations to allow his bombers to recover from the damage sustained during operations around Vladivostok.​

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Dive bombers from Beiping were ordered to operate to the south to remove any chance of the partisan activity spreading. The single outdated Militia division would not require a second visit which would allow Fuchida to return to bombing Soviet troops around Erenhot province.​





0700 February 4th 1947.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Field Marshall Higashikuni was keeping up to date on operations around Iraq and Persia as they became his responsibility once the troops were ashore.​

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Most resistance around the landing zone had already been removed by the Tactical bombers which allowed an expansion inland to begin as General Abe split his Infantry Corps into single divisions. One division would remain in Kuwait City, Basrah and Adadan to safeguard the beaches and to provide an uninterupted supply route inland.​

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The Transport ships that had taken refuge in Doha were forced to leave by constant strikes from Carrier Group C. Unfortunately for them they entered the Persian Gulf during daylight hours which made them easy targets in their damaged state. IJN Shinano would claim the Mexican Transport flotilla as IJN Ryuho sank the one from Nicuragua. Both the South African and Brazilian flotillas would fall to aircraft from IJN Hiyo.​

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Targets close to the landing zone had been eliminated which allowed Kondo to move further afield for prey. His latest mission would be two fold as he bombed a Persian Infantry division in Mashad province. He also brought back intelligence information on the size of Soviet forces across the border. No accurate count could be made from this distance but the Red Army was protecting its border with Persia and there was some Armour involved.​
 

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Ah, Baghdad is in reach. That's 1000 oil waiting to be transported to mainland Japan!
 

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Shima would conduct limited hour operations to allow his bombers to recover from the damage sustained during operations around Vladivostok.
Does that mean you are manually setting a single operation every day to make sure they are on the ground at 00:00. Micro-management nightmare time :wacko:

It is real hard work optimising every little detail isn't it.
 

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Nice updates.

I am looking forward to see how Operation Komodo develops. If you manage to annex Iraq... will you move to Suez with your six divisions and bombers? Or will you avoid to annex Iraq as you would get a new border to the Reds in the north?
 

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Or will you avoid to annex Iraq as you would get a new border to the Reds in the north?
Remble can annex Iraq as it has no frontier with SOV.
Problem is with Persia.

By the way, is Syria neutral? It is not in the list of countries at war (last annual report) but it is not shown as neutral country on your Perisan Gulf map (last monthly report).
 
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I know it might be cheating, but can't Remble just install a barrier with the Soviet Union by only occupying part of Persia?

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The Light Carrier USS langley and the Heavy Cruiser USS Pensacola joined the rest of Admiral King's fleet at the bottom of the harbour.​

I can imagine that, Remble. :p

Langley: Hi, everyone! We're here!
Pensacola: I hope you saved enough seaweed for us!

Meanwhile on the bottom of the North Atlantic...

Titanic: I'm lonely. :(
 

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I guess the small scale of operations in the Middle East makes sure that the chance of losing any forces is slim. Is it possible that the Soviets will send troops into Iran now that you are advancing inland?
 

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alan_le_cowboy said:
Remble can annex Iraq as it has no frontier with SOV.

There would be a border between Kirkuk and Tabriz - SU occupies northern Persia at start of ´44 scenario.