|Michael Gorman on Sun, 2 Oct 2005 21:31:34 -0500 (CDT)|
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|Re: [eia] Spanish Land Phase, Jan '05|
At 06:36 PM 10/2/2005, you wrote:
Clearly, I disagree. If the power that controlled a minor country like Baden (with a corps) put a depot down to feed the corps as it moved, I don't see how anyone could claim that an invading army couldn't use that depot for its own purposes, if it were able to capture it. I don't see why this case is any different. kdh
I think the depot would be considered a Sardinian depot rather than a Russian depot. It would qualify for reinforcement supply for Sardinia, if they had corps, but not for Russia. And as the controlling power uses its depot markers for minor nation depots, I don't think the lack of war with Russia is a problem so long as the depot is a Sardinian supply source.
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