Joel Uckelman on Mon, 20 Jun 2005 19:06:28 -0500 (CDT)

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Re: [eia] Russian Land Phase, April 1807

Thus spake Michael Gorman:
> At 03:35 PM 6/20/2005, you wrote:
> >Thus spake "J.J. Young":
> > > I haven't done a thorough scouring of the rules yet, but my thought is th
> at
> > > the British garrison would be expelled if a siege could be declared again
> st
> > > the city.  Since a cossack cannot besiege a city alone, I believe the
> > > garrison would stay put in the present case.  But if there's a rule that
> > > says otherwise, I'm willing to be contradicted.  :-)
> > >
> > > -JJY
> >
> >Before moving on, I want to be clear on whether the cossack will be able to
> >retire into Stettin in the event that Prussians move a corps there.
> They should be able to.  What is interesting is that the British garrison 
> isn't forced to leave even if an attack id declared against the Cossacks 
> because they are in the city and being in the city is an exemption from 
> having to leave in  That would mean the British force would still 
> be in the city if a siege were declared against it.  Not sure what happens 
> then.
> Mike

Hopefully they starve, if it comes to that.


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