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Rambo Axis defeated Wachtmeister Allies + 100. Surrendered in Summer '44 after taking France and the LC, but could not hold. Italy turned out to be the senior axis power, even with only 3 low quality HQ's available.

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Liam Surrendered to Armenian Boy <bid of 200>

Liam Axis Armenian Allies

Fight an easy downhill fight until stuff got messy in France. Just seemed like those tanks were using lighter fluid instead of high octane diesel. He came out with great opener for Allies

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Codename Condor (Allies) beat Zappsweden (Axis). Handicap was 150.

I should have prepared for his LC gambit when he operated from Malta. I did not notice it, never got France nor Lowlands. Yugoslavia and the minors (Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria) never happened because of it. Did not notice anything about that in the manual. :(

[ March 20, 2003, 10:03 AM: Message edited by: zappsweden ]

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Originally posted by gazza_35:

Question for zapps!!!!!!!

I know ladder games are played on the standard 1939 scenario. Is it permitted to have modified 1939 scenarios ie extra research points, limits on aircraft etc?

no, it is not allowed at the moment. I will think about it.

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Liam Surrenders to Rambo in in April 1944

<bid forgotton, around 150 I think>

German troops took LC trn2 and Poland soon after. They destroyed france, but lost a fighter in the process a pain they would regret in the future. Germany moved into Norway, Sweden, and Italy moved into Greece and Suez/Alexandria. Vichy surrendered hastily to Germans shortly before Barbarossa and OP getting Bahgdad. the Invasion of Russia was slow, and very bad weather hurt the German advance. That and some disagreements amongst two great leaders, bock and runstedt.

The US came in and the UK and their free French invaded their beloved home. They were pushed back into the Sea, by several Italian/Germany armies. With air superiority in 1942 there was little the Allies could do but sit back and wait and the Russians had moved all airplanes to the urals for refitting parts, updates,etc..

The German's and their Italian Allies never successfully took Malta, and moved into Spain shortly afterwards. It feel like a load of bricks in 2 turns. Then Portugal and thinking they were alright turned themselves back onto the Russian Front. Though Fairly experienced troops now, they'd not taken one Russian City. So the Germans used a few attacks to attempt to make headway. They killed many Russians, but many more came and then the Allies invaded Norway. The Norway was a failure though many British Aces came of it, that the future Luftwaffe would concede almost all victories too. Aside from a meeting north of Jylland where German's sank an American Battleship and retreated successfully, and despite high losses for the Axis, the Norway Campaign was a stalemate for over a year. Tech4 came in for the Germans and they attempted to use their new Jets against Russia<though because of a design change and Albert Spear being sick> the were never effectively used until the Russian's had transformed their on Aircraft into Long Range, high speed tech4 planes as well. Riga nearly fell, and with that the possability of a Russian collapse in the North, never came. The window of opportunity went and soon the German's fell the full rage of The Allies in Norway and Russia. Falling back, the German's were reduced to half #s before their ultimate demise. Sweden was never taken, the RAF though pounced out more Italian and German corps than could be worth placing there...

The Italians, despite their losses, moved in a wolfpack and Battleship/Cruiser into the Atlantic to give much needed pressure of their German Allies. An invasion was attempted of The USA and failed as well as Canada shortly after. Although many freighters were sunk the edge was never really taken. Operating obsolete US aircraft were good enough to stop a successful domination of the Pacific by the Italian Navy though till the end, they were uncontested in Free waters...

In the end, the Luftwaffe and at the forefront ReichMarshall Adolf Galland threw all remaining German Gents<and Jets> against the oncoming hordes of Russians, delivering a deathly blow.. Forcing the Russians to rethink their strategic air command...though they quickly replaced those losses and ultimately it was in the bag<surrendering honourably to the Russian Dogs of War tongue.gif

GG

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