Durk wrote: the leader Cipriano Mera can never get to form a division with anarchist units. I assume he is suppose to be able to do so in order to provide benefits to the units. Or does this trait only apply once he gains a promotion and has subordinate anarchists?
He already had been leader of anarchist units, and he still was agreed by them. He should not be forgeting his ability...
However, I don't think very anarchist units could form division in this war, they have to be compelled to militarize first,
like makhnovists but those often had already the Russian/Ukrainian World War 1 experience so it was made more naturaly in Red army.
EDIT: I mean, in Spain, militarization was a huge loss, as anarchist units could lose 75% of their combattants, for they didn't want to die for a republic, Madrid nor Moscow. They wanted a democracy (people rule).