OK, I decided to finish the first turn. If anyone wants to join anyway, he should contact Roel or Zhukov_2003 to take him into the team. For spectators I'm publishing some informations: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: May, 7th, 1945. Hitler is dead, Berlin captured. Though Germany is on her knees, Gross-admiral Doenitz, new Fuhrer, does not want to subscribe the uncondicional surrender. He stays with his cabinet in Flensurg on the North Sea coast and surrounding British units can't put their hands on him, until he doesn't agree with conditions of surrender to the allies. Why doesn't he? Wehrmacht is still not completely defeated! The very rests of once world's strongest army still resist. Generalfeldmarschall Ferdinand Schorner is fighting in mid and south Bohemia and "Alpenfestung"-fortress in Alps became real. The area in Europe's highest mountains is held by the last fanatic followers of national socialism ideas. To win the war, Allies must occupy this area. Then and only then Doenitz subscribes surrender...and the war is finally over. NEWSPAPERS SAY: The fortress of Alps is held by the rests of Wehrmacht. The Swiss war correspondent in Innsbruck reports of masses of SS soldiers and Volkssturm members, fanatically resoluted to defend the last undefeated part of Third Reich. German hedquarters enabled the Swiss journalist to see strongly built defensive lines in the deep valleys, plenty of tanks, SP guns and jet aircrafts, all prepared to kill the intruders. Exact composition of units, numbers and positions are not of course known, because Germans censore all outgoing reports. Experts presume an apocalyptic struggle. General Eisenhower tells in an interview, that annihilation of this last resistance center is only a question of time. Though for now the allied armies must wait for reorganisation. Alps are surrouded by American and British troops from north and south and Soviets from east. The west border of "Alpenfestung" is neutral Switzerland. Some journalists are prophecying Swiss army joins the war by the Allies side soon. Morning, May 9th. Western war correspondents got some evidences of beginning Soviet attack east from Alps, probably in area of Klagenfurt or Leoben. Strong atrillery sound and moving of aircrafts was spotted. Soviet ministry of informations doesn't publish any report, which may be an evidence of unsuccesfull action.