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In the situation pictured one sees the German army in Belgium has been dislodged and must retreat. Its only available options are Picardy, Holland, or off the board. It may not move to the now vacant Burgundy because that is the space from whence its attacker came. It may not retreat to Ruhr because Ruhr stands open only because two units bounced there this turn.

If two units retreat to the same province (which given the secret nature of retreat orders is a possibility) both are retreated off the board instead.

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