Joel Uckelman on 21 Jul 2002 16:17:03 -0000

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Re: [eia] up and running

Thus spake Michael Gorman:
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> At 08:23 PM 7/19/02 -0400, you wrote:
> >     Hello all.  I seem to be back up and running.  Could someone please 
> > send me the link to the archive?  Thanks.  Also, I'm attaching a few 
> > images.  One is my best recollection of the minor country status, one is 
> > my record of the political status display, and the third is a map.  Could 
> > you all just briefly look at these documents and see if you notice 
> > anything wrong with them.  (I'm sure there are mistakes.  I just need you 
> > to help me find them.)
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >kdh
> >
>          I show the Bavarian corps at 2I and 2C rather than 3I and 3C.  I 
> expect one of us either forgot or double counted a forage loss or something.
>          The impacts of the current political phase don't appear to be on 
> the PSA track, so I'm not sure how much to say about it.
>          I show the Vizier having an infantry and a cavalry corps in Egypt 
> and the other infantry corps in Jerusalem with the Syria corps.
>          I show Pechlivan Khan with the Cavalry corps east of Constantinople
>          Turkey should have control of Tunisia.  Joel still needs to send 
> the setup orders for them.  Prussia and Austria can't win control of it 
> even if they could roll a 7 since they're allied with Spain.  As France and 
> Russia have denied control, Turkey wins as the only interested power not 
> allied with Spain.

This is correct, according to my map.


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