70. CANADA AND SOUTH AFRICA
70.1 CANADA
70.2 SOUTH AFRICA

70.1 CANADA:
70.11 OVERVIEW: Canada is part of the British Commonwealth and has its own units.
70.12 LOCATION: Canada is represented on the mapboards by both U.S. boxes. Canadian and British units may SR between the Atlantic and Pacific U.S. boxes.

Since Canada is larger than the United States, a strong argument can be made the U.S. boxes should really be called the "Canadian boxes".

70.13 BRPs: Canada is worth 10 BRPs. The Canadian BRPs are included in the British base and contribute to the British construction limit.
70.14 FORCES:
A. Canada begins the game with one 3-4 infantry unit in the Atlantic U.S. box. This unit may be NRed to Europe in Fall 1939.
B. One 3-4 infantry unit is added, unbuilt, to the Canadian force pool in Fall 1940.
C. One 4-5 armor unit is added, unbuilt, to the Canadian force pool in Spring 1941.
D. No additional Canadian units may be mobilized or produced.
70.15 UNIT CONSTRUCTION:
A. GROUND UNITS: The Canadian 4-5 armor unit and 3-4 infantry units are always constructed in Canada, and are placed in either U.S. box.
B. NAVAL UNITS: Canada begins with one shipbuilding point; this may be increased by production. Western Allied ASW and transports and British naval units may be constructed and repaired in Canada (EXCEPTION: Three-factor and larger ships may not be constructed in Canada). Naval units constructed in Canada are launched in the Atlantic U.S. box.
C. CONSTRUCTION COSTS: The cost of constructing Canadian units and using Canadian shipbuilding points may be paid by:
70.16 CANADA AFTER A BRITISH SURRENDER: Canadian force levels and BRPs are unaffected by a British surrender (59.513B). Canadian units may be lent to the U.S. after a British surrender (59.53).

70.2 SOUTH AFRICA:
70.21 OVERVIEW: South Africa is part of the British Commonwealth and has its own units. These include African units which are considered South African for game purposes only.
70.22 LOCATION: South Africa is represented on the mapboard by the South Africa box.
70.23 BRPs: South Africa is worth 10 BRPs. The South African BRPs are included in the British base and contribute to the British construction limit.
70.24 FORCES: South Africa begins the game with one 3-4 infantry unit and three 1-3 infantry units in the South Africa box. These units may be NRed to Europe in Fall 1939. No additional South African units may be mobilized or produced.
70.25 UNIT CONSTRUCTION:
A. LOCATION: South African units are always constructed in South Africa.
B. CONSTRUCTION COSTS: The cost of constructing South African units may be paid by:
70.26 SOUTH AFRICA AFTER A BRITISH SURRENDER: South African force levels and BRPs are unaffected by a British surrender (59.513B). South African units may be lent to the U.S. after a British surrender (59.53).