There has been heavy fighting across the whole front, particularly on CENTAG’s route towards Berlin. A massive Warsaw Pact offensive around Frankfurt and the Ruhr has been slowly closing the trap on the US forces around Leipzig. With much of their effort diverted to keeping their supply lines open, the push on Berlin has almost stalled.
In the north, the Warsaw Pact troops pulled from Denmark have added to the Warsaw Pact’s attacks to re-open their route to their troops trapped around Bremen, Amsterdam, and the Ruhr. Despite intense opposition, this offensive is also making headway. Surprisingly, the Warsaw Pact forces in the Netherlands are also slowly advancing, despite a terrible supply situation.
This period of bloody fighting has led to increased casualties and there are rumours of talks in Geneva aimed at ending this war. Whether these rumours are true or not, the generals are showing no sign of letting up the pressure, of showing any weakness to the enemy.
Both sides have ordered renewed offensives to either win the war or at least establish a better position for their sides in the peace talks, if they do indeed happen.