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Posted:Jul 01, 2010 at 8:01 pm
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Hey Stabbers,

Didn't I predict we'd have more action this turn?  Okay, that doesn't exactly make me Nostradamus, but it does mean more information for you little data-grubbers, and more work for me and my crayons.

What about what actually happened?  Well, the story there is that the story remains the same.  The witches are witchier still.  Turkey just found the long, lost Russian army hiding in Munich, while England finds success in ignoring the old Iberian hunting grounds and focusing on the French homeland instead.

RETREATS DUE:  French armies in Brest and Marseilles.  The Russian army in Munich.  If you gentlemen could possibly manage to submit those retreats within the next 12 hours, I will be able to get the adjudication out
before I leave on my trip.  In that case, you may have to wait until Saturday for the Autumn reports.

LOOKING AHEAD:  Spring 1910 will NOT be due Tuesday.  My return home is still up in the air, but it won't be that soon.  Probably I'll just make the deadline a week from today.  Please let me know if that's a problem for you.

SC Counts and Adjustments due will be published with the Autumn reports.


Orders as resolved.  See something?  Say something!
A Burgundy - Marseilles
F English Channel - Brest
F Gulf of Lyon Supports A Burgundy - Marseilles
A Picardy Supports F English Channel - Brest

A Brest Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Marseilles Hold (*Dislodged*)

F Naples Supports A Rome
A Rome Supports * (*Cut*)

A Munich Supports *

A Apulia - Rome (*Fails*)
A Bohemia - Munich
A Tyrolia Supports A Bohemia - Munich
A Venice Supports A Apulia - Rome


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(DC 324) A Stab in the Dark - Fall 1909 Results (Corrino) Jul 01, 08:01 pm

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