World Battlefronts: Threat Gathered

For the first time since Jutland, a German navy could look forward to operations on blue water, not as skulking submarine raiders, nor like the Graf Spec and Bismarck, running for their lives before the pursuing British, but as a force that could stand and fight, or leap to a kill. Now, once again, Germany had a fleet in being. That fleet was small, but it was well built, new and powerful. It was gathered in the north, where it could strike as a unit.

Under the towering, snow-swatched cliff in conquered Norway's Trondheim...

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