ABSOLUTE 70.

Robert H. Goddard Diplomacy

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Regular Diplomacy 1999A... Robert H. Goddard

The Deadline is on the game status page.
GM: Paul Kenny;


There is some new pending news: Sara Reichert has resigned, pending personal reasons. I now had a choice, either find a replacement for Italy and extend the deadline, or reset the game again. Brad Wilson has stepped up to take over and get this game rolling. Thanks Brad!
The next deadline will be July 9th for moves. You can send in press at any time, and I will be printing press for ABS 72.

Remember, ALWAYS remember to specify which coast a fleet is going to! If one leaves the 'sc' off their orders, the fleet can not be moved.

Country Preferences: Pretty much everyone made out well with the Country preferences except Andy Wetzel. Ties were broken by die roll.
Rafael Brinner TEAIRFG
Chuck Everett F ET G R IA
Brad Wilson I
Phil Reynolds RA
John Schultz REF ATGI
Andrew WetzelRTFI EG A
Harold Zarr FRGTEI A
STARTING POSITIONS Winter 1900
AUSTRIA:
Phil Reynolds

A VIENNA, A BUDAPEST, F TRIESTE.

ENGLAND:
Chuck Everett

F LONDON, A LIVERPOOL, F EDINBURGH.

FRANCE:
Harold Zarr

A PARIS, A MARSIELLES, F BREST.

GERMANY:
Andrew Wetzel

A BERLIN, A MUNICH, F KIEL.

ITALY:
Brad Wilson

A ROME, A VENICE, F NAPLES.

RUSSIA:
John Schultz

F SAINT PETERSBURG, A MOSCOW, A WARSAW, F SEVASTOPOL.

TURKEY:
Rafael Brinner

F ANKARA, A CONSTANTINOPAL, A SMYRNA.

Remember, ALWAYS remember to specify which coast a fleet is going to! If one leaves the 'sc' off their orders, the fleet can not be moved.

The DEADLINE is on the FRONT PAGE OF ZINE.
Black Press:
To reply directly to Raf, email him at rbrinner@yahoo.com.

Paul to Raf: Hey I guess with Swiftsure ending we will need some reason to keep you in the zine!

Paul to World: See the note in Michelson regarding the press in this zine. Also, lets try to get moves in everybody, OK? I don't want to have to reset this game again.

This game is named after the father of Rocketry, Robert H. Goddard. Robert Hutchings Goddard (1882-1945) was born in Massachusetts, and later was a physics professor in Worcester, Mass. He wrote the classic 1919 treatise: A Method of Reaching Extreme Altitudes. On March 16, 1926, he successfully launched his first rocket.


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