To discuss those aspects
Playing E scenario as Allies.
The region of Fort Maddelena has a fort in it called Fort Capuzzo, looks wrong, wouldn't it be better to have the region the same name as the fort?
Also the Italians lay siege to this in the first turn, there is no garrison, so shouldn't they just take it?
I'll research the names.
All structures [village, city, fort] have an inherent "garrison" that requires siege to defeat. [Many are nearly automatic]
This was done to bring some realism to captuing a region vs capturing a city or fort
So when your offensive is rolling with breakthroughs, remember to leave a combat unit in city to complete the capture!
Looks like that should both be named Fort Maddelena.....
Fort Capuzzo was much nearer Solum and Bardia
Structure name changed
Most structures (not all) are fortified and have a built-in intrinsic garrison not shown physically as a unit...this explains why they cannot be taken during movement (but most will fall in the siege phase)