The rules specifically state on page 34 that UK NO IPCs go to the Europe economy, and there is no provision in the rules for any IPCs to be transferred between the two economies under any circumstances.
It sure dont work that way in the Pacific, if Japan attack neutral DEI, then Japan is suddenly at war with everybody, even neutral USA.
Not immediately. Japan is only at war with UK/ANZAC. The US is allowed to declare war on Japan on its next turn. The same thing applies here. If Italy declares war on the USSR, the USSR is allowed to declare war on Germany on its next turn, but it is not immediately at war with Germany.
Yea, theoretically, it is possible to get the Armor from Romania and/or Hungary and/or W. Poland to Moscow in 3 turns. Actually in 2 turns.
Realistic? I hardly think so. Your best real chance is at a minimum of round 4 and more likely round 6 if you declare war on Germany 1.
Which is a thought, has anyone tried declaring war on Russia round 2/3 and started an invasion early? I wonder On round 1, it is theoretically possible to kill 7 Russian infantry, sink a Battleship and a submerge a submarine (unless he wants to stand and fight) and take 3 Russian territories.
Of course, what would you have to give up to do it?
I think you wouldnt have to give up too much if you got lucky :-). And getting Moscow by G3 is definitely unrealistic…
Well either way. uk can only make 9-10 inf r1. germany round 2 buys more transports and dumps what he has on to a spot near uk. G3 is boom boom if you got the forces or wait a round just shuffle a bunch of guys over and G4 it is done.
There is nothing uk can do. period.
What are you talking about? That has nothing to do with this topic
I think he posted his quote on the wrong thread. It looks like his quote is supposed to be on some thread about Sealion. Maybe he was thinking of making his post, saw this topic and decided to check it out, then said “Oh, I’ve got to leave my post” but forgot to go back to the original Sealion thread and left it here instead. Probably a blonde moment, ha ha ha.