British Resistance Table - 59.21

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British DP level as calculated at the end of the current Allied player turn. The British DP level may be negative.

-1

Axis control of Malta or Singapore (-1 for each).

-2

If Australia or India has surrendered (-2 for each).

-#

For each atomic attack against Britain (-3 for the first attack; an additional -2 for the second attack; an additional -1 for each subsequent attack).

-1

For each British city firestormed (cumulative).

-1

For each oil effect currently applicable to Britain.

-#

If there are less than ten Western Allied transports in the Atlantic SW box (-1 for each missing transport, up to a maximum of -10).

-1

If there is no Russian armor or infantry unit in eastern Europe.

-1

For every ten unbuilt British and Commonwealth ground/army air factors (round down).

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Ratio of Allied/Axis naval factors (4:3: +/-1; 5:3: +/-2; 2:1: +/-3; 3:1: +/-4; 4:1 or greater: +/-5). Damaged and uncompleted ships on the "2" or Launch row of a shipyard are considered to be at half strength. Naval units in the Pacific are not counted.

+1

For each major power other than Britain at war with the European Axis.

+1

If the USAT level is between 30 and 39 (inclusive).

+2

If the USAT level is 40 or more and the U.S. is not at war with Germany.

+1

For every five Western Allied ground/army air factors on the western front. Units in the U.S. box are not counted.

+1

If there is a Western Allied armor or infantry unit in Germany.

+1

If there is a Russian armor or infantry unit in western Poland or Rumania.

-1

For every two concession points of territory returned to Britain or not taken by Germany in a previous British surrender.

Explanation: Check at the end of each Allied player turn. If the net result is zero or less, Britain offers to surrender.