Chair: Varun Kosgi (President Roosevelt)
Secretary: John Bennett
Prior to the formation of the United States National Security Council in 1947, there was just a big room with a bunch of people discussing strategy. FDR's Cabinet was one of the most influential in American history. Relive World War II from an American perspective full of nuclear development, two-front military strategies, unexpected plot twists, and the eventual establishment of the United States as THE global superpower. Think of the ultimate game of Risk, but set in the greatest war mankind has ever seen.
1. Countering German Aggression in Europe
Since 1939, America's closest allies have been engaged in a brutal war against Hitler and Nazi Germany. Rumblings of ethnic cleansing and genocide in Germany are washing up on our shores. Is it finally time to intervene? Can our brothers and sisters in Europe afford to wait an extra second without our help?
2. Countering Japanese Aggression in the Pacific
The year is 1941. The United States just suffered one of the most devastating attacks on US soil in the country's history: Pearl Harbor. How will this emerging power respond to such a direct act of war and make the nation behind the heinous attack feel the utter wrath and fury of God himself?