Sea And Sand: In an attempt to draw the attention of the German forces pounding on the gates of Russian cities, an Allied offensive in North Africa was launched in a two pronged attack. After negotiating the hostile reception from the forces of Vichy France, the Allies collided with arguably Germany's greatest and most well respected commander, the Desert Fox, Erwin Rommel.
Beneath The Southern Cross: The waters of the South Atlantic Ocean were a hive of activity as warring sea-powers from across the globe sort to outmanoeuvre, outthink and outgun their opposition. Packing the mightiest punch was the German pocket battleship Graf Spee, the pride of the Kriegsmarine and the scourge of Allied shipping.
The Magnetic North: The usually desolate waters of the Arctic Ocean played host to a flourishing array of naval activity as both sides attempted to gain ground and disrupt the others war plans. An essential supply route to aid the beleaguered Russians had to be secured against the fury of the German and Japanese Navies and the forces of Mother Nature.
Conquest Of Micronesia: The vast region of Micronesia was a ferociously fought battleground of small islands where every inch of land and water was painstakingly acquired at great cost. Shipboard life was a tiring mix of monotony and high drama as the Allies pushed to gain an all-important foothold on the islands.