Spring 1903 | Fall 1903 | Conclusion
First, some unfortunate news.
The teacher I was working with on this got sick near the end of the school year and we unfortunately could not finish the game.
Below is the final turn I had notes on, Fall 1903. The next post is the conclusion that I created to close out the series.
If given more time I definitely would have continued the series.
Good news though! The students left the class excited to play this more and I am confident many of them will enter the world of board gaming! So, it was not a complete waste of time in the end.
Here is the picture from the previous year and the orders for Fall are below. Enjoy the final turn.
England: The army in Wales moves up to Liverpool while the other in London holds its position.
The fleet in the Irish Sea moves into the Mid-Atlantic Ocean. The second fleet in the Norwegian Sea attempts to move into the Barrents Sea and pumps head with the Russian fleet there with no success.
France: Moves its army from Burgundy to Munich and Belgium to Ruhr.
The army in Holland supports the army moving to Ruhr.
Its army in Marseilles moves to Burgundy.
All fleets hold position.
Germany: Its army in Kiel moves to Holland
The army in Ruhr supports the army moving to Holland, but is cut off by the attack on Ruhr.
The last army in Berlin moves into Munich and is pushed back, but successfully pushes France back.
The stalemate continues between France and Germany with Munich staying open to attack.
Italy: Moves its army in Apulia to Naples.
The army in Piedmont moves to Marseilles, but is unable too due to the French army failing to move north into Burgundy.
The army in Tyrolia holds position.
The fleet in the Gulf of Lyons moves away from France in a surprising move and enters the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Austria-Hungary: Moves the fleet in the Adriatic Sea to the Ionian Sea
The army in Vienna holds.
The army in Budapest moves to Galicia while the army in Romania moves to Ukraine.
Russia: Moves its army in Sevastopol into Romania.
The fleet in southern Bulgaria attempts to support Romania, but is along the southern coast and unable to reach.
The army in Syria moves to Armenia
The army in Galicia moves to Vienna but is pushed back by Austria.
The fleet in Denmark moves into the Heliogoland Bight.
The fleet in the Barrents Sea tries to move into the Norwegian Sea but is pushed back by England.
Retreats – The fleet in Bulgaria is forced to retreat to the Aegean Sea.
Turkey: Smyrna’s army moves into Syria with support by the fleet in the Eastern Mediterranean.
The army in Greece moves into Bulgaria with support from Constantinople’s fleet.