mchin on Thu, 19 Apr 2007 10:11:16 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [eia] updated map

>From what I gather from his econ phases and visible reinforcements, I don't think he had much saved manpower (except for the odd 1mp from June 1806).

In his Sep 1806 econ he had 20 manpower income and built 10I, all placed in December (pretty definite about that given the corps strengths). He started the war against Russia and Austria with full corps except for the two he placed on his DOW which he filled one of them (with infantry) in his Dec reinforcements.

If he had any significant saved manpower, he had it since before the Mar 1806 Econ.


---- Joel Uckelman <uckelman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
> Thus spake "J.J. Young":
> > >> Prussian corp strengths
> > >> Pending Prussian reinforcements
> > >> Prussian treasury
> > 
> > We honestly don't know these for sure.  We can recreate some of this by 
> > looking at the battles from the last war Prussia fought (against Russia and 
> > Austria), but with the new baby and all I'm finding it hard to put the time 
> > together to do this.
> > 
> > I do think it is safe to say that Prussia got just barely enough money last 
> > econ turn for maintenance (they failed an economic loss roll), and due to 
> > badly-timed economic manipulation, had no manpower coming in.  So there 
> > should probably be no reinforcements pending, and unless there were loans 
> > from allies, no money in the Prussian treasury.  Not pretty.
> The one thing it would be really good to know, or at least to get some
> reasonable bounds on, is the amount of saved manpower that Prussia has.
> -- 
> J.
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