While the diplomats were sipping cognac in Paris, 100 years ago this month the Russian Whites started a major offensive in the east against the Reds. After substantial initial success, the Reds counter-attacked and spent most of 1919 pushing the Whites further and further to the east. Point six was about Russia self-determination, which while sounding like a nice idea, meant 5 years of civil war and casualties in the many millions. This was peace?

Orders as follows. There are no retreats. Your Fall 1910 orders are due on March 7 at 9pm eastern time.


F Belgium - English Channel (*Bounce*)
F Holland - Holland (*Fails*)
A London - Yorkshire
F North Sea - English Channel (*Bounce*)
F Norway - North Sea (*Fails*)
F Sweden - Denmark

F Brest Supports F Mid-Atlantic Ocean
A Burgundy - Munich
A Gascony - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean Hold
F Portugal Supports F Mid-Atlantic Ocean
A Ruhr Supports F Holland - Kiel (*Void*)

A Berlin Hold (*Disbanded*)

A Bohemia - Vienna (*Bounce*)
F Gulf of Lyon Supports F Spain(sc)
F Ionian Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Marseilles Supports F Spain(sc) (*Cut*)
A Munich - Kiel
A Piedmont Supports A Marseilles
A Silesia Supports A Prussia - Berlin
F Spain(sc) Supports F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Tyrolia - Vienna (*Bounce*)
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Spain(sc)

F Aegean Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Ankara - Sevastopol
F Black Sea Convoys A Ankara - Sevastopol
A Galicia - Warsaw
A Livonia Supports A Warsaw - Prussia
A Moscow Supports A Galicia - Warsaw
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Fails*)
A Prussia - Berlin
A St Petersburg Supports F Norway (*Ordered to Move*)
A Warsaw - Prussia