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Panalumbia, June 1944: GÃ¶tterdÃ¤mmerung
With armies closing in from all directions, all signs are that the Panalumbian country is collapsing, though it is not yet powerless to defend itself. The war is far from over, the ending not yet written...
In Africa, the Panalumbian perimeter at Gran Ciudad was finally breached in May 1943, and a surrender secured.
On the eastern front, the frustrating and costly defeat of a Panalumbian summer offensive at Azor has surrendered the momentum of battle on the eastern front to Cogonia, and the Cogonians continue to push the Panalumbians back toward El Porato. The former Europeanian frontier was first crossed in January 1944, and the reconquest of the rest of the Europeania continued. The borders between combatants have nearly returned to where they were before the Panalumbian invasion in 1941.
Allied strategic bombers have stepped up their devastating attacks upon Axis targets in Panalumbia. And now, the Allied armies have also returned to Ramostan by landing on the beaches at Ahai. It was a costly venture, but theyâ€™ve established a beachhead. It is not yet secure. To survive, they must capture more seaports, which will allow desperately needed supplies to flow in and fuel the breakout.
Yet, time may be running out, because the Panalumbian secret weapons program is bearing fruit. Buzz bombs and V-2 Rockets are pummeling Humilytian cities, jet fighters are beginning to regain some of the advantage theyâ€™d lost against the Allied bomber formations, and Panalumbian heavy water experiments, which might lead them to build an atomic bomb, may or may not have been successfully sabotaged.
Will the Allies liberate Ramostan soon? Will they reach the Centrum River, and press on beyond it? Who will reach El Porato first?