Rhineland Openings

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Rhineland Opening

Named by Manus Hand, this opening gives Germany two units to attack Burgundy in Fall, while providing a say in the Lowlands and Scandinavia. One advantage to this opening is that if France has entered Burgundy, Germany is sure to protect Munich without risking the inability to build a fleet at either or both of his ports. If an Anglo-French attack is foreseen, the Sudetenland is a good choice.

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