62. ALLIED DEFEAT
62.1 SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES
62.2 ALLIED DEFEAT

62.1 SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES:
62.11 The Western Allies, including Britain, offer to suspend hostilities in the following circumstances, unless they have the atomic bomb (59.94):
A. GERMAN ATOMIC ATTACK: Germany makes a successful strategic atomic attack against a hex in Britain or against the Atlantic U.S. box (43.321C).
B. JAPANESE ATOMIC ATTACK: Japan makes a successful strategic atomic attack against against the Pacific U.S. box (43.321C).
62.12 AXIS REJECTION: The European Axis (59.91A, B) or Japanese (59.91C) player has the option of rejecting the Western Allied offer to suspend hostilities and continuing to fight.
62.13 EFFECTS:
A. EUROPE: If hostilities are suspended because of a German atomic attack (59.91B), neither the European Axis nor the Western Allies may engage in any operations against the other until the Western Allies resume hostilities. There is no effect on the Pacific theater.
B. PACIFIC: If hostilities are suspended because of a Japanese atomic attack (59.91C), neither Japan nor the Western Allies may engage in any operations against the other until the Western Allies resume hostilities. There is no effect on the European theater.
62.14 WESTERN ALLIED ATOMIC BOMB: The Western Allies do not offer to suspend hostilities if they have the atomic bomb, and revoke any suspension of hostilities at the start of any Western Allied player turn in which they obtain the atomic bomb. any Western Allied player turn in which they obtain the atomic bomb.

In classic A World at War, Japan may not conduct atomic attacks, so the provisions of rule 62.1 relating to the effects of a Japanese atomic attack do not apply.

62.2 ALLIED DEFEAT:
62.21 MAJOR POWER SURRENDERS: The game ends in a decisive Axis victory if:
A. France, Britain and Russia are in a state of surrender; and
B. Germany and Japan have not surrendered.