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Mines will be laid in all assigned regions at the same time. The rate of minelaying per region depends upon the number of ships in the fleet which are part of minelaying task forces, and the number of regions which have been assigned to the fleet. Each additional region beyond the first causes a reduction in minelaying rate per region.
 
Mines will be laid in all assigned regions at the same time. The rate of minelaying per region depends upon the number of ships in the fleet which are part of minelaying task forces, and the number of regions which have been assigned to the fleet. Each additional region beyond the first causes a reduction in minelaying rate per region.
  
As mines are laid, some mines will graphically become visible on the map. While either the strategic air or navy map mode is selected, hovering the cursor over a region containing mines will show the number of mines that have been laid, along with the number of enemy ships damaged or sunk by the mines.
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As mines are laid, some mines will graphically become visible on the map. While the strategic navy map mode is selected, hovering the cursor over a region containing mines will show the number of mines that have been laid, along with the number of enemy ships damaged or sunk by the mines.
  
 
=== Effects of mines ===
 
=== Effects of mines ===

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