Campaign #74 saw the Axis start with a mighty push that moved the front line west far too quickly. Fearing a swift and merciless march to England, the Allies rallied and held. The mighty Axis advance was slowed to a crawl, while British and French soldiers worked together to fortify defenses and recapture lost territory.
Alas, the effort was too late, and the Axis forces slowly but surely pushed their enemy back to the sea. A bold move was made to try to capture land in England, an attack that was repelled by the combined Allied armies. It came with a cost, as several cities in Northern France were swallowed up by the gray surge. A salute to a hard fought campaign that saw many new, young HC officers step up to fill enormous shoes.