Eighty years on. 7th November 1939


In Warsaw, the edict requiring Jews to move into the Ghetto was rescinded.

In London, a German double-agent, Paul Thummel, passed details of the planned German attack in the west to the Czech government in exile.  Meanwhile the planned attack was postponed due to bad weather.

Game day 68.  USSR

A new armoured corps and an infantry corps were deployed near Moscow.  In Karelia 1st armoured Corps continued west towards Leningrad.  3rd Armoured Corps and 4th Infantry Corps moved from Caucasus into Ukraine.  10th Infantry Corps in Caucasus moved south-west.

In the east, movement towards the south-east continued.

Background image © Milton Bradley Games

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General Whiskers

Wargaming butterfly (mainly solo), unpainted model figure amasser, and Historical Re-enactor of the black powder era.

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