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    I have just finished my 14th patrol and gone back on a mission. But when I try to load my 15th patrol, there's only my 14th patrol saved and it says the "war ended" in 1941. Does anyone know why this is? I have tried it three times now. Am using v1.3.
    Also, do you get less reown for netural targets?
    Thanks,
    Rick.
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    Originally posted by rick_light1980:
    I have just finished my 14th patrol and gone back on a mission. But when I try to load my 15th patrol, there's only my 14th patrol saved and it says the "war ended" in 1941. Does anyone know why this is? I have tried it three times now. Am using v1.3.
    Also, do you get less reown for netural targets?
    Thanks,
    Rick.
    2 entries found for renown.
    reâ·nown Audio pronunciation of "renown" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (r-noun)
    n.

    1. The quality of being widely honored and acclaimed; fame.

    I suppose honor is enhanced by attacking neutral targets. Sure, sure . . . that makes sense, very chivalrous, eh.
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    Originally posted by chs4000:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by rick_light1980:
    I have just finished my 14th patrol and gone back on a mission. But when I try to load my 15th patrol, there's only my 14th patrol saved and it says the "war ended" in 1941. Does anyone know why this is? I have tried it three times now. Am using v1.3.
    Also, do you get less reown for netural targets?
    Thanks,
    Rick.
    2 entries found for renown.
    reâ·nown Audio pronunciation of "renown" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (r-noun)
    n.

    1. The quality of being widely honored and acclaimed; fame.

    I suppose honor is enhanced by attacking neutral targets. Sure, sure . . . that makes sense, very chivalrous, eh. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I just thought sinking US ships supplying Britain with food, military units and amunition before 1942 would contribute to something.
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    Short answer- no. Hitler did not want the U.S. in the war at that time so, no attacks on U.S. ships were authorized.
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