Courage has no equal to our brave reporter, Chanel R Murrow, reporting all the latest news from the front in the Spring of 1940.
Our intrepid reporter, Chanel R. Murrow, continues his historic reportage of the unceasing and unflagging World in Flames struggle direct from the front lines.
While Chanel and his fellow commanders are hunkering down during the blitz in a bunker at an undisclosed location near Whitehall, we will do a weekly series of the epic World in Flames collector's edition campaign we fought at Eurowifcon, Hofgeismar Germany in 2018.
The commanders are
Allies: China/USSR ~ Terry, Commonwealth ~ Chanel, France/USA ~ Tom
Axis: Germany ~ Tobias, Italy ~ Harry, Japan ~ Holger
We now hand over to the entirely unbiased Chanel R Murrow, straight from the front, press
Now that the dust has settled, at least for the moment, on our recent World in Flames Campaign for North Rivett
, it might be a good time to discuss the strategies, tactics, and execution of the war, and the lessons learnt thereof, with my usual concise, insightful and humble objectivity.
As World in Flames' autumn turns slowly into the winter of 1942, would this be a turning point? And if so, for who?
Latest true, accurate and not the least bit sensationalist horror stories from all the spring 1942 World in Flames fronts, brought to you by the planet's leading journalist, Chanel R "Stevens" Murrow.
The summer of 1942 sees massive attacks and counterattacks in Russia, spectacular invasions and naval battles in the Mediterranean, and ominous signs in Asia of a British empire possibly tottering towards defeat.
World in Flames widens into a world war as the finest journalist of our generation Chanel R "Stevens" Murrow continues his reports from London.
The winter of 1941/42 sees a dramatic widening of the war.
Adolf reads chapter 7 of Mein Kampf to Jo Stalin while Mussolini gives a lesson on Mahan to Churchill.