Question about submarine Aircraft carrrier battle
What I should understant about “six of one, half a dozen of the other”, is that it is just an expression to illustrate complexity?
It’s an expression to indicate that two things are just about the same.Â There are 12 in a dozen, so half a dozen is six.Â In saying “six of one, half a dozen of the other”, you’re basically saying they’re both six, and therefore the same, even though you’re saying it differently.
Now I see, sorry I was a little slow here: english is not my mother tongue.
I made a new thread in the House Rule section.
It has a revised version of the summary of Subs rules, can you check, please,Â if all things are now corrected?
Only one thing:Â The rule about subs preventing unescorted transports offloading for an amphibious assault only applies to the 2nd editions of 1940 and 1942, not the 1st editions.
I made the correction, hope all is correct.
Thanks again for the supervision.
If you have any idea about the release year of classic editions, I will incorporate them in my post.
Now, I hope I will find time to describ the evolution of the control effect of Subs on SZ.
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