At the start of Germany's turn it is contesting a Russian territory.
With the units that are contesting the territory, the German player can:
1) remain in the territory and attack the Russian units; or
2) withdraw to another territory, assuming the conditions exist for it to do so.
My question is, is it possible for the German player to leave his or her units in the territory without attacking the Russian pieces? Either way, is this addressed in the rule book?
You are required to attack only in territories that have become contested this turn due to your movement of units into them. Attacks in territories that were already contested at the beginning of the turn and in sea zones are always optional, even if you have moved units into them this turn.
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