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    Turn 2 completed (Pre dislodgement resolution)

    Commentary:
    France is in an envious position; no imminent threat while picking up 3 SC’s.
    Nice coordination A-H. and Italy… Didn’t see that one coming.
    Balkans are looking pretty dangerous now; we’ll see what everyone’s intentions are after the build phase I suspect.
    Because Turkey’s moves were all dependent on the success of the move to Greece- all units end up holding.
    Germany could have denied Russia SWE; this is an example of how the “bounce” tactic, would have denied Russia, while ultimately picking up DEN.

    (People, can we please stick to the conventional “order writing” format; the first 4 are good examples)
    A.H.
    A - Bohemia Munich
    A - Rum (HOLD)
    F - (I can take greece with this fleet right?) ALbania to Greece
    Russia
    RF(Bot)—>Sweden
    RA(Lvn)—>Warsaw
    RF(Black Sea)—>Romania
    RA(Ukr) Supports RF(Black Sea) —>Romania
    Germany
    F Denmark Hold
    A Munich Hold
    A Silesia Hold
    Italy
    A TRI - SER
    A ROM-TUN
    F ION C ROM-TUN
    Turkey
    move my bulgaria to greece
    constantinople to bulgaria
    ankara to Constantinople
    England
    North fleet to convoy mainland Army to Norway.
    South fleet to Holland.
    France
    F mao - portugal
    A burgandy - belgium

    Unit Gain/Loss
    A.H.: ?
    R: 2
    G: 1
    I: 2
    T: 1
    E: 2
    F 3
    A.H. Dislodgement Order: A RUM-GAL

    FYI: Italy miswrote the A ROM order. It should be A NAP-TUN; F ION C A NAP-TUN. I will take this to mean “The Army originally from Rome”, however, in the future miswritten orders as such will be voided.