I have been over the rules and, although most of it makes sense, I can't seem to find the exact rules to decide what to do in the following situations:
"A" Territory is adjacent to "B" Territory, and "B" is also adjacent to
"A" is an occupied enemy territory
"B" is my territory
"C" is an unoccupied enemy territory
In situation (1)
Assume that "B" has only one infantry unit.
I want to attack the enemy units in "A". After combat, assuming the infantry unit survives, I want it to invade the unoccupied "C"
Therefore, it possible to declare 2 Battles with a single unit? Only one is classified as a battle, as the other in an attack on an unoccupied territory.
In situation (2)
Assume that "B" has two infantry units.
Again, I want to attack the enemy units in "A". After combat, assuming any infantry units survive, I want them to invade the unoccupied "C"
Therefore I declare two battles, one in "A" and the other in "C"
In the combat action can I use both infantry units to battle "A" or would I have to split my forces and have one infantry "attack" the unoccupied "C"?
If anyone knows the answers to these questions that would be great.