- Oct 19, 2011
Sorry for the delay, but I havent got time to play until today! Update will be probably tomorrow morning!
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It is not a bad plan and I have tried something similar beofre,but the main issue is my total lack of Air supperiority. My CAS can only act from time to time, since are downed by the USSR pretty fast.Isn't it possible to launch a strike at the base of the soviet salient, to cut off their divisions? With grouped CAS it should be doable.
It´s so far that I am starting to think it would be easier to land at Arkhangelsk and arrive to the capital from there!Moscow is still far, isn't it? :happy:
It is true that he has some resemblance! I chose this picture because I want to be respectful with the history so far, and it was difficult to find a portrait of Hausser without the SS skull in the uniform.Paul Hausser or Jean-Luc Picard?
Seriously though, this is turning into quite the war! Interesting to see the Eastern front develop as it has. Could you post a more zoomed-out view of the front when you get a chance? Not sure exactly how far of a spearhead/salient the Frankfurt-Oder attack was.
Hahahaha, that commentary made my first smile of the day!Dire the situation is. Trust in the Force (of the Wehrmacht) you must.
Yes, but they fought bravely and deserve our recognition. they held the Soviets almost a year!:laugh: :laugh:
Shame to see Romania changing the sides ..
Indeed I am, Dr. Stein...:laugh:Not sure if I am allowed to post this video or not but here. I think you need to hear this Nacho.
Warning: If ye be too young to hear bad words to ye virgins ears, turn away from this dark video.
Those are some huge encirclement opportunities if you manage to recover the offensive.
Little detail: I've never anyone say "sign" of war, you probably meant tide.
It´s almost impossible, at least for my skills...no chance for air supperiority and huge enemy stacks with doctrines that are not as bad as before. I will keep trying, but I am seriously running out of ideas...and a little tired too! The main problem is that those provinces with smaller stacks are mountains or harsh terrains, so when my troops arrive there they have almost no organization, and my TC is almost full, thus making any strategic redeployment way too slow...Yeah no kidding Nein; that northern front looks ripe for a good encirclement. Look at that little stack of Soviets with too much larger stacks of Germans to the north and south. That's a vulnerable salient if I've ever seen one.
Yes, in Spanish it means exactly that, a change in the evolution of a war...just google " cambio signo guerra" and you will see how it is a very usual expression. As for the encirclements you are right, it´s now or never.Wait, what? I've never heard anything like "el signo de la guerra".
Anyways, those encirclements are do or die, you have no other choice.