World War 2- Opening Gambits

World War 2- Opening Gambits

Joe Avinger

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Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9798893305425
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The relationship between the Catholic Entente (France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal) and the United Kingdom is a powder keg and South America provides the spark. The Organization of American States (an alliance set up by and friendly to the Catholic Entente) invades Colombia and Argentina, attacking British merchant ships in the process. The United Kingdom orders reprisals and the Catholic Entente uses them as an excuse to go to war. At sea, the Entente attack concentrates on the oil tankers that power the United Kingdom’s factories. On land, they work to close off the Mediterranean Sea and overrun the resources of Africa. A rebellion in Quebec cuts even further into the resources that Great Britain desperately needs. The League of Nations, led by the USA and USGA, is trying to end the war with economic sanctions. Erich von Manstein tries to end the war between his Central Coalition and the USSR before the Catholic Entente decides to turn their gaze in Germany’s direction. Things look grim for the United Kingdom until they get help from an unexpected direction. Even with the help, the British Isles face a cold and bitter winter as their own actions anger potential allies.

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