3.   MOBILIZATIONS

3.1     AXIS AND ALLIED MOBILIZATIONS

3.2     RUSSIAN MOBILIZATIONS

3.1  AXIS AND ALLIED MOBILIZATIONS

3.11 Once A World at War begins, Germany, Italy, Britain and France all mobilize their remaining idle and civilian factories at the rate of one factory per turn, starting in the first turn of A World at War.

3.12  Each major power’s mobilization:

A. Adds 10 BRPs to the mobilizing major power’s BRP base and BRP level. The increase to the mobilizing major power’s BRP level is not prorated.

B. Allows that major power to mobilize the following BRP value of units:

C. Adds units to that major power’s force pool, subject to the restrictions in A World at War rule 36.

D. All Gathering Storm restrictions on the force pool additions from mobilizations continue to apply in A World at War. Major powers that have not completed their mobilizations by the time war breaks out therefore mobilize in the same manner as in Gathering Storm, adding the equivalent A World at War units to their force pools when they become available.

3.2  RUSSIAN MOBILIZATIONS

3.21 The rate of Russian mobilizations depends on whether Russia signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact:

A. PACT: If Russia signed the Pact, it mobilizes any remaining idle factories as permitted by the Russian cohesion level (9.32), and mobilizes its five civilian factories as permitted by the Russian cohesion level and A World at War rule 36.11D.

B. NO PACT: If Russia did not sign the Pact, it mobilizes as permitted by the Russian cohesion level (9.32).

3.22  When Russia mobilizes, it constructs an IC and adds the BRP value of the IC to its BRP level (A World at War rule 37.62). The forces added to Russia’s force pool from mobilizing its remaining idle factories are governed by transition rule 4.7; the forces added to Russia’s force pool from mobilizing its civilian factories are subject the restrictions in A World at War rule 36.