Nationalist Turn

Weather;  Land; Mud, Seas; Rough.
Supply; GSPs generated at Vallilodid. The changing weather puts some front line hexes of both sides out of supply including the remaining anarchists at Grenada and the furthest most hex of the Nationalist advance towards the Cueca pocket.
Replacements; 2 SRPs recovered. 1-6 sec 10GC replaced. Ju 52g4e finally repaired and put into service
1 Res Pt expended to increase Rail cap to 15.5.

Air Activity;
Sortie 1; Mxd T airdrops 2 GSPs to “Cuenca pocket” and both survive the drop despite the muddy conditions.
Sortie 2; CR.32 and CR.32Bis fly cap over Cuenca

Attack 1; 32611 Rough (Nt of Madrid) Unsupplied 4-6 art 2RG 1-6 bdrs 8Car, 7Car, 1-6 sec 6GC, 1-8 lt6, and unsupplied 3-2-6 inf 1LE, 6-6 inf XX 4, 4-6 inf XX 15, 1-8 mtn 8 and unsupplied 3-2-6 inf 3LE, 7-6 inf XX 13, 6-6 inf XX63, 2-6 art 4P with HE 45 (KL), HE 111b (KL) GS attack 2-3-5* inf XX13 @ 7:1 (-3) = HX . lose 7Car, 8Car. Advance 4XX, 15XX.


For Whom the Bell Tolls: Nov II II 1937

The Nationalists threaten Madrid. (c) Ken Newall, 2017

Republican Turn

VPs : Lack of Goberneto collapse (+15 VPs)
French border; Open.
Guerrillas; Break rail line at 3418 (West of Cordoba)
Replacements; ½ SRP recovered. A 101 repaired.  All delayed supplies arrive from France..
Attacks; None.


For Whom the Bell Tolls: Nov II 1937

Reinforcing the breakthrough to Cuenca (c) Ken Newall, 2017