The world-war provocateur phenomenon


In late Year 25, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of Europe to liberate the continent from the tyrannical empire of



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In late Year 25, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of Europe to liberate the continent from the tyrannical empire of Napoleon / Hitler. This turning point in the world war was marked by decisive Allied victories over Napoleon's / Hitler's army in both the western and eastern European fronts, the latter of which was the largest conventional (non-urban) battle of the three-year conflict.

  • In response to the massive counter-invasion, in Year 25 the nation of Napoleon's / Hitler's chief ally abandoned its war pact with him and sided with the invading Allies, dramatically weakening Napoleon's / Hitler's ability to repel the invasion.

  • In early Year 26, the counter-invasion escalated when a successful Allied invasion of France opened a central front of the world war that ensured the collapse of Napoleon's / Hitler's European empire by the spring of Year 27.

    1. In late 1813, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of Europe to liberate the continent from Napoleon's tyrannical empire. This turning point in the World War of 1812 was marked by decisive Allied victories over Napoleon's army in both the western and eastern European fronts. In late 1813, the Allies achieved stunning victories over Napoleon's army in both the Peninsular War on the western front and the Battle of Nations on the eastern front, the largest conventional (non-urban) battle of the three-year conflict.




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