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The rolling plains of the Ukraine invited invasion by providing no clear lines of defense. Because Ukraine was famed for its agricultural productivity, possession of it meant food not just for soldiers, but also the home front. Situated between Russia and Germany, the Ukraine would be a battleground for the two nations.
 


 

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Southern Europe presented broken, mountainous land and dangerous rocky shoreline to any would-be invaders. Nevertheless, because of its Mediterranean ports, it served as a critical link between the North African and European theaters, and thus was too valuable to pass up.
 


 

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Situated in a critical position in the Pacific theater, the Philippines could serve as an important forward base for either an Allied attack on Japan or a Japanese attack on Hawaii. The string of islands, often no more than coral or volcanic outcroppings, proved to be the site of some of the deadliest battles in World War II.
 


 

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With the vast oil fields of the Middle East and strategically important ports and rivers, North Africa hosted numerous conflicts between the Axis and the Allies. Italy, France, Germany, Britain, and the United States all took part in the territorial back-and-forth, none willing to give ground without forcing the enemy to pay for it with blood.
 


 

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A major part of the greater British Empire, India possessed wealth and manpower necessary for maintaining British campaigns in North Africa and the Pacific. Accordingly, invasion of India remained a high priority for the Axis forces, and protecting the colony was of the utmost importance for the British.
 


 

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The heart of European Axis power, Germany had extremely well-developed industry and agriculture and a population base strong enough to supply a substantial army. With its easily-defended rivers and large cities, Germany also was highly defensible.
 


 

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Though a major power in World War I, France fell quickly to the German Blitzkrieg in World War II. Occupied by the Germans, France provided the Axis with important bases and supplies, and control of the French coastline protected Germany against an Allied invasion of the mainland.
 


 

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With its long string of Aleutian Islands, its open, undefended landscape and endless shoreline, Alaska provided a potential beachhead for a Japanese invasion of North America. Likewise, it furnished the Americans with a means of supplying their Soviet allies and potentially attacking the Japanese forces occupying China.
 


 

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With the Wehrmacht stopped at Moscow, Germany has now turned its eyes to the oil-rich Caucasus. If the Germans succeed in their endeavor, their blitzkrieg will be able to continue unhindered by fuel concerns. In order to secure their flank against counterattack, the Germans must first seize the city of Stalingrad at any cost. Unknown to the Germans, the Russians are preparing a trap. As the bloody fight in Stalingrad continues, large Russian tank forces are moving into position to launch a surprise attack to encircle and destroy the Germans. Fight for the cities of Tsymlyanskava, Kapkinsky, Rostov, and North/South Stalingrad.


 

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The successful landings across the Normandy coast have enabled the establishment of a significant beachhead on the continent. Desperate with the direction the war has taken, the Germans are fighting ruthlessly to defend the hedgerows and battlefields lying between the Allies and the rest of France. France's liberation is at hand, and total victory draws near. Fight for the cities of Cherbourg, Saint Lo, and Caen.


 


 

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