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Red Star Rising The sequel to Barbarossa; Red Star Rising looks at the Soviet advance into Eastern Europe from 1943 to 1945. Except for Polish and Greek partisans, Western Allied units are not used. Note: Besides defeating Germany, Stalin's main goal was to seize as much of Eastern Europe as he could before the war ended, so the European capitals figure prominently in the victory conditions. This is not a "Berlin at all costs" scenario!

Spanish Civil War

Vassal Module

Although the two sides in the Spanish Civil War were evenly matched in terms of manpower and willpower, the greater material assistance provided to Franco by Germany and Italy, combined with dissension among the Republican factions, led to the Fall of the Spanish Republic in early 1939, before the time period of A World at War. Still, the Civil War provided something of the ferocity and drama of the Eastern Front on a much smaller battlefield and in spite of the lack of resources and space for blitzkrieg tactics, is worth reproducing.

Tolls for Thee (Spanish Civil War) (English)

Tolls for Thee (Spanish Civil War) (Catalan)

Vassal Module

Another version of the Spanish Civil War; it is similar to the previous scenario but is a bit more historically accurate.
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Research Charts

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Historical Events

The Summer 1941 GLOBAL Scenario (07-08-05) recreates all of World War II starting in the Summer 1941 Axis player turn.
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Historical Events (same as Global)

The Summer 1941 EUROPEAN Scenario (07-08-05) recreates the European part of World War II starting in the Summer 1941 Axis player turn. The European theater is played as a two-sided game, although it may easily be played with more than two players.
Operation Cartwheel After the Japanese defeats at Coral Sea and Midway Moresby, Japan attempted to solidify its defensive perimeter as the Allies began a dual offensive across the central Pacific and through the south west Pacific. The latter began with the struggle at Guadalcanal and then became the ambitious Operation Cartwheel that sought to break through the Japanese defenses in the Solomon Islands, Eastern New Guinea and in the Bismarck Archipelago.
Midway The battle of Midway, which resulted in the crippling of the Japanese naval air arm, arose as a result of the ambitious plan to seize the important island base of Midway and force a decisive showdown with the American carriers which escaped the Pearl Harbor attack.
Guadalcanal After the Japanese defeat at Coral Sea and the aborted invasion of Port Moresby, the focus became the strategic heart of the Solomon islands – Guadalcanal.
Imphal The Japanese campaign to invade India and establish an area of control for the INA began with a diversionary attack in the Arakan peninsula (Ha-Go) and lead to the destruction of the 15th XXXX at Imphal and Kohima in the failed main invasion (U-Go). The British counterattacked (Capital) and the ensuing rout left Burma for the taking.
Singapore In December, 1941 Japan unleashed its offensive in Southeast Asia catching the Allies off guard and overrunning all of the Allied colonial possessions within three months. The fall of Singapore, the alleged “Gibraltar of the East”, and the sinking of the Prince of Wales and the Repulse destroyed the myth of European supremacy and collapsed the Allies position.