Germany - ended 1939 with 50 BRP, grew it's base to 175 BRP and gained 20 BRP for Poland. 195 BRP total
Britain - ended 1939 with 50 BRP, grew it's base to 145 BRP total
USSR - ended 1939 with 50BRP, grew it's base to 105 BRP and gained 20 BRP for Eastern Europe. 130 BRP Total
France - ended 1939 with 10 BRP, grew it's base to 88 BRP and gained 5 BRP for Luxembourg. 93 BRP total
Italy - ended 1939 with 15 BRP, grew it's base to 78 BRP and gained 10 BRP for Greece. 88 BRP total.
I was discussing this with my friend Jim, and he pointed out that 3rd Reich is an economic game, rather than a war game and you need to build you economies so you can build the units to conduct the war. He agreed with my assessment of the previous turn that while taking advantage of my lapse in the Maginot line was probably what Hitler would have done. In the meta game terms, Germany may have been better off to take Belgium and Holland in 1939, providing as many BRP as they would have spent in conquest and broadening the front against France, deferring the growth of the BRP base for one year.
Both Germany and Britain put about 5% of their BRP in SW, both favored building defensive units. No SW Warfare resolution until 1941
Resolution comes before building, so I'll be six turns in before I work out how Strategic Warfare functions. Yes, I know it's an exchange system, followed by BRP adjustments, but haven't looked at strategies for maximizing/ minimizing effects. I created a quick random table for the first year distribution of BRPs, to imitate NO ONE knowing how it was going to work out.
2 - 10% to defensive SW
3 - 2% Offensive SW, 8% Defensive SW
4 - 1% Offensive SW, 4% Defensive SW
5 - 2% Offensive SW, 3% Defensive SW
6 - 5% Offensive SW, 5% Defensive SW
7 - 2.5% Offensive SW, 2.5% Defensive SW
8 - 5% Offensive SW, 5% Defensive SW
9 - 3% Offensive SW, 2% Defensive SW
10 - 4% Offensive SW, 1% Defensive SW
11 - 8% Offensive SW, 2% Defensive SW
12 - 10% Offensive SW
Germany - Took another hex of the Maginot line, retook Luxembourg and Sedan, Metz is no longer out of supply. In the process they destroyed 2/3rds of the French armor and half of the Armee de l'Air.
Italy - Minor victories in the Alps and in Libya. Redeployed infantry to Tripoli and armored units to Milan
France and Britain - redeployed units from Belgian border to the south. Massive attack re-retakes Sedan and shortens the lines.
Home Fleet transports reinforcements (12th Inf) to Calais, prompting sortie by Kreigsmarine from Kiel. RAF suffers significant losses attacking German ships, but Royal Navy wins again in the Battle of the Norfolk Banks.
Reinforcements sent to Egypt
France recalls 7th and 18th Infantry from Tunisia to the Alps to cover for losses and troops moved to the Moselle front.
USSR - Stalin begins slow build up of units. Creating an armor reserve and bolstering the defenses of the Baltics and Leningrad.