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League of Nations
League of Nations Emblem
An emblem of the historic League of Nations, recovered by Company of Liberty operatives
Formation January 3rd 1941

London - United Kingdom Flag of UK Small
Disbanded in 1945
Succeeded by Allied Nations

Faction Color Blue
Allies Soviet Union

Empire of Japan
Pacific Alliance

Enemies Global Front of Liberation

Warlords Alliance

Type of Faction Commonwealth of Peace
Leaders Adolf Himmler

Germany Flag of Germany Small
Franklin Ackerman
USA Flag of USA Small
(1941-1945)
Harry Tuscan
USA Flag of USA Small
(1945-October 1945)
Winston Edward
UK Flag of UK Small

Officers Hermann Eichmann

Germany Flag of Germany Small
Jonathan Taylor
USA Flag of USA Small
Alen King
UK Flag of UK Small

Special Weapons Unknown
Strategies Unknown
Strengths Joint Ground Forces

Maintained Aircraft
Multi-Role Defenses

Weaknesses Expensive Tier 3 Units
Status Not Started

Will appear in sequel

Not to be confused with the Company of Liberty

Founded in 1941 by Winston Edward, Adolf Himmler and Franklin Ackerman, the League of Nations was a historic peacekeeper faction which operated during World War II against the Global Front of Liberation, which founded in 1940. The LoN was known for their historic achievements for preserving world peace across the world until 1945, when its successor faction was known as the Allied Nations held a memorial for the fallen heroes who fought against terrorism.

Today the League of Nations was also known by AN as the heroes of the past, including Ackerman and Himmler, their tactics and weapons combined together allowed world peace to prevail, which led to swift but uneasy co-operative coalition between the Soviet Union, the Empire of Japan and the New Zealand and Australian based Pacific Alliance, as their armed forces were attacked by terrorist forces during the 40s.

Foundation

The League of Nations was founded on January 3rd in 1941, led by two European leaders along with the President of the United States Franklin Ackerman, along side him is British Prime Minister Winston Edward and Germany's Adolf Himmler to face off with the terrorist organization known found in Saudi Arabia as the Global Front of Liberation which began the course of World War II in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. There is also another faction called the Warlords Alliance which was causing trouble in the region.

Involvement in World War II

In their path against terrorism during World War II, the League of Nations before the Ackerman became a third leader of the peacekeeper initiative, Edward and Himmler were two main leading forces that saw the situation in Germany and several parts of Europe including France, Poland and Italy; their combined strategies which included tanks together for better combat effectiveness and infantry support along the frontlines, upon successful agreements with Ackerman, America provided combat support.

Their involvement into the conflict was known to fight off terrorist aggression that began popping up in Europe and clean it of enemy presence and discuss plans of engagements, which led to Germany and Britain to begin counter terrorist campaigns in Africa and the Middle East, with Saudi Arabia providing support to take down the GFL.

Units of the League of Nations

Infantry Regiments

In the League of Nations, there are seven types of infantry regiments ranging from combat to support class, they come from respective regions from either America, Germany or Great Britain, serving their country in favor of counter-terrorism.

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Wehrmacht Private Equipped with MP40s and Karabiner 98k rifles, known to be with troopers equipped with Panzerschrecks, can upgrade to attain Strumgewehr 44 assault rifles for better damage.
WWII Germany Placeholder Panzerschreck Trooper Main anti-vehicle forces, Himmler's personal forces which serve along with many operatives in the Company of Nations.
WWII Germany Placeholder Field Engineer Repairs vehicles for Germany's technical and armed forces, Field Engineers within the German sub-sector are usually in groups, they are capable of capturing buildings faster and equipped with a knife for stealth kills.
WWII Germany Placeholder Combat Medic Field operatives with professional medical training, on the field they serve the cause of freedom by healing nearby comrades, whilst equipped with a Mauser C96 side-arm.
WWII Germany Placeholder SS Commando Second rank operatives towards Luca Kaiser, the SS Commando utilises silenced weapons and explosives, stealthed.
WWII Germany Placeholder Gestapo Agent Secret police units operating for Germany within World War II, these infiltrators can disable buildings and take on enemy infantry.
WWII Germany Placeholder SS Flame Trooper Garrison cleaners, comes equipped with a series of napalm grenades, fuel tanks will explode violently when killed via being ran over or killed by explosives.
WWII Germany Placeholder Luca Kaiser Born and raised in Germany in 1902, Luca is a Schutzstaffel commando who was employed into the Company of Nations by Adolf Himmler to take role for leading soldiers into combat, soldiers if they are deployed with Luca will also become inspired with freedom and will cause them fight harder.

American Sub-Sector

Cameo Name Description
WWII America Placeholder Marine Rifleman Anti-infantry corps, riflemen in the USMC serve as long-range combatants for clearing an enemy location of those who oppose freedom. equipped with an M1 Garrand, they can be individual training to become snipers to help deal with enemies from long range in a shorter range of time.
WWII America Placeholder Bazooka Marine Equipped with a Bazooka launcher, it was an inspiration to Germany they produce a licensed local copy of the weapon for their Panzerschreck troopers, Bazooka Marines cannot call in attacks from the air, but they can plant explosive charges on buildings when they have the opportunity.
WWII America Placeholder Combat Engineer Deployed during Operation Polish Liberty in 1941, the Combat Engineer is a trooper that can build a series of Foxholes for protecting vital locations. Equipped with a shotgun and a pistol, they are good for taking on enemy infantry if they are inside garrisoned buildings.
WWII America Placeholder Field Medic Unarmed, but been working out at local gyms before World War II, American Sub-Sector field medics are faster than usual infantry on patrol. Whilst making them fast response on the field, they can use a series of classic healing techniques and medical treatments making soldiers good as new again.
WWII America Placeholder Ranger Advanced anti-infantry commando units operating in World War II providing support with various marines, the Ranger is equipped with a series of grenades and a M1918 BAR for spec-ops missions whilst deployed on the field. He can dig-in for extra protection with sandbags, plus immunity to being ran over.
WWII America Placeholder Infiltrator Silent on the field, but unlike several agents on the field USA Infiltrators don't knife enemy units but they can disguise enemy infantry on the field. They are equipped with a silenced Colt M1911 pistol and a series of disguise kits, they can attack whilst not disguised or if they are spotted.
WWII America Placeholder Marine Mortar Equipped with a portable mortar, the Marine Mortar is a long range artillery soldier serving the USMC corps within the Company of Nations in providing support when Hornets or Washingtons are not present to help out, they can also reveal areas with flares.
WWII America Placeholder Marcus Gillbert Deployed in the United States Marine Corps in 1938, Marcus is a USMC supreme commando who is specially equipped with an M1A1 Thompson with a silencer, round drum magazines and improved sights. Within a target range he can call in a series of heavy bombing runs, his accuracy is a threat to enemy units and he is equipped with Incendiary ammunition.

British Sub-Sector

Cameo Name Description
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Royal Infantry Specially brought into service by the Ministry of Defense, Royal Infantry are equipped with a Lee-Enfield Rifle with a Sten sub-machine gun, these infantry are expert anti-infantry forces within the British sub-sector.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Royal Rocketeer Equipped with a Bazooka, Royal Rocketeers are known together with the Royal Infantry corps on the battlefield, their experience in anti-vehicle attacks can help their comrades to push forward when out fighting their enemies.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Royal Engineer Repairing vehicles is sometimes vital on the battlefield, Royal engineers are authorized in using specialized tools in repairing vehicles whenever required on duty, vehicles will have to go to them in order to begin repairs.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Royal Medic Bound to assist with all skills needed on the field, Royal Medics take pride in helping their wounded allies and comrades whilst in arms against terror. Equipped with a prototype healing device and a semi-auto pistol, he can take on hostiles if required.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder SAS Operative Mostly dropped into battle by a series of paradrop planes, these covert-operations soldiers are equipped with early instances of silenced weapons and they are capable of setting small charges on enemy buildings.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder MI6 Agent Infiltrators operating in the Company of Nations, agents of the MI6 can enter hostile buildings to mess with enemy machines found inside, they can tap into enemy funds, temporarily disable production inside buildings, they can reset timers inside superweapons and command centers.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder SAS Sniper Trailed for roles in counter-attack offensives, SAS Snipers deployed on the battlefield can utilize a scoped rifle to locate their enemies and shoot them down in the open, they won't be revealed until they move. Stealthed whilst standing still and engaging enemies.
WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Churchill Westwood Born in Western England, Churchill was part of a regiment in the SAS during vital parts of World War I. He is equipped with a Bren machine gun and a pistol, he is known to be a commando of the British Sub-Sector of the Company of Nations, Westwood can improve performance nearby allies

Ground Vehicles

Supply Vehicles

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Blitz Supply Truck

Known to the German military as the people's truck since it is good reliability and strength, the Opel Blitz truck is mainly a supply transport at first when it is spotted on the field, serving the German military as its primary vehicle.

During some point in the intense heat of battle, the truck can be equipped with seating along with a protective cover turning the entire truck into an optional troop transport or ambulance, it can be used for many roles but however the Blitz cannot revert to its regular supply truck role once it is upgraded.

Available if the Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder Studebaker Supply Truck

Also can be known as the Studebaker US6 and M Series, the Studebaker supply truck in short is America's unique series of trucks that can be deployed anytime during battles, the trucks will come in various sizes or specifications.

The manufacturer during the time was commissioned by the United States government to build trucks for the battlefield and also for supply gathering, the US6 and M Series trucks were proposed for use after the GFL attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941 for preperations, the trucks were approved and placed on full production runs throughout World War II.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder AEC Matador Supply Truck

First classed as an artillery tractor, later re-tasked as a supply transport for the UK's entry into World War II to assist German allies, the AEC Matador is a supply truck that can be used for various roles like Opel's Blitz truck.

Unlike their Studebaker and Blitz companions in the League of Nations the truck is capable of towing a deployable artillery on the back, but will have to be deployed separately from the faction's Weapons Facility. Its artillery can only be deployed once, when it deploys its towable artillery it will revert back into a supply truck but will leave the emplacement exposed.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

LoN Placeholder TD-40 Construction Tractor

Built by International Harvester of America and used by all members of the League of Nations, the TD-40 Tractor is the primary construction vehicle used for maintenance of forward bases, smaller supply bases & recon outposts.

Equipped with no protection, but does come with a cab for the operator to get in and out without any problem, the TD-40 is the only vehicle in the League of Nations to be used by all forces but it is slow and easy targets for enemy forces, so caution and protection of these vital vehicles must be around when working.

Tier 1

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Volkswagen "Kübelwagen" Scout

Basic patrol and scout vehicles of Germany's armed forces, these light vehicles can carry four soldiers.

These vehicles are equipped with a light MG-34 machine gun and are good for spotting enemy units within 300 metres of range, they are moderately armoured and can survive a fight.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder Willys MB Scout

Equipped with a Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun, Willys MB scouts are quick response vehicles which are faster than some scout vehicles and can carry two soldiers at a time.

The vehicle can also reveal camouflaged enemy soldiers on the battlefield, that can allow the vehicle and passengers inside it to engage the threats upon revealing them.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Roote Group "Humber" Scout

British armoured scout vehicles, equipped with a small rifled gun along with a light machine gun for light anti-personnel capabilities, the Roote Group Humber can carry around four soldiers into combat when deployed.

Unlike the Willys and Kubelwagens in the League of Nations the vehicle is equipped with heavy armour but at a cost it is slow whilst its on the move.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer III "Lynx" Scout Tank

Intended for anti-tank role, but due to the Panzer IV Ocelot's performance, the Panzer III Lynx's role was changed later into a tier 1 scouting unit.

The Panzer III Lynx is great in its job, supporting its armoured Ocelots allies in the field against fast vehicles with its 5 cm KwK 39 L/60 gun, with its highest armor protection of the scout tanks the League of Nations it can survive what others cant.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M5 "Stuart" Scout Tank

Simple but effective tank replacing its earlier M3 brothers on the field, the M5 Stuart is a speedy and small tank which can in smaller groups explore large areas, and while its armor and gun are not something the commanders can rely on.

It is easy construction to assemble making them quick to build and deploy onto the field, also its speed makes it a good unit whilst it is with groups of other American units, making them an ideal combination with other units.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A15 "Crusader" Cruiser Tank

Known as the United Kingdom's most important tank that was deployed in the North African campaigns, the A15 Crusader Cruiser tank is a fearsome medium tank, one of the many scout tanks thanks to the Ordnance QF 6 pdr gun.

Whilst its QF 6 pdr gun makes it fearsom, it is ideal for going into battle pound the enemy off. Another good addition to the Crusader is its speed as it guaranteed a continued service during the war, even it was outclassed by Comet later on.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer IV "Ocelot" Tank

Fresh off the production line in Germany, the Panzer IV Ocelot battle tank is equipped with a 7.5cm KwK Cannon along with an MG-34 for self defense and dealing with light threats, this makes the tank ideal for combat.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M4 "Sherman" Tank

First seen action in 1942, the Sherman is America's common battle tank which seen fights overseas and in Europe, the tank also had a flame thrower variant which can be deployed by upgrade anytime whilst deployed.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A12 "Matilda" Infantry Tank

An infantry tank deployed by the UK from 1939, it can support their allies whilst going into combat and providing suppressive fire, equipped with a 2 pounder gun and a Besa machine gun, can upgrade to remove explosives.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. F "Grinder" Self-Propelled Gun To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M10 "Wolverine" Tank Destroyer To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder "Alecto" 6pdr SP Tank Destroyer To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Sd.Kfz. 7/2 "Wasp" Anti-Air Track

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M3 "Shredder" Anti-Air Track To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A15 "Sky Crusader" Anti-Air Tank To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Tier 2

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer V "Panther" Medium Tank

Called to be the best tank of the whole World War II, Panzer V Panther was designed after the Soviet T-34 and its designers managed to perfectly balance the protection, movement and firepower, making it an excellent battle tank which every German commander desires to have in large quantity.

The 75 mm gun fires projectiles at high velocities that break through all armors the terrorists have on their tanks, and move around the battlefield with great speed.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M26 "Pershing" Medium Tank To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A34 "Comet" Medium Tank To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Jagdpanther Heavy Tank Destroyer To be added....

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M36 "Slugger" Tank Destroyer To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A39 "Tortoise" Heavy Assault Tank To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Sturmpanzer IV "Hornet" Artillery To be added....

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M12 "Washington" Mobile Gun To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder "Pastor" 5,5-in SP Artillery To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Tier 3

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer VI "Tiger" Heavy Tank To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer VIB "King Tiger" Heavy Tank To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M29 "Marshall" Heavy Tank To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M34 "Marshall" Heavy Tank To be added....

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A22 "Churchill" Infantry Tank To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder A43 "Black Prince" Infantry Tank To be added....

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII Germany Placeholder Panzerwerfer 42 Mobile Rocket Launcher Track

The half-track with eight 15cm rockets which can lay waste to any enemy target, even heavier tanks on the field. Each rocket is stronger than its contemporaries, but for its small payload and longer reload time makes it is vulnerable for a long time before the reloading is finished.

All-thou its weaknesses of long reloads and small payloads make it a common target for enemy forces, the Panzerwerfer rockets can cause heavy damage to enemy forces like the League of Nations' Calliope and Baritone rocket artilleries.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder T34 "Calliope" Rocket Launcher

To stay behind others, the USA put large rocket launcher with a set of 11,4cm rockets on the top of turret of an M4 Sherman (whose gun was replaced by dummy).

It is as armored as the tank (and more than other rocket launchers on the field), but its rockets are very weak and inaccurate, being known to saturate larger areas (if without any real damage).

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder LS-2 3 inch "Baritone" Rocket Artillery

Using the chassis of Leyland Beaver-Eel armoured truck to carry Mattress rocket launcher, Baritone is fast way how to deliver a close fire support to the units on the front lines.

The accuracy is decent, and from the three main armies of the League of Nations, Baritone is the middle one..

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Super Tanks

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Panzer VIII "Maus" Super Heavy Tank

The heaviest tank ever produced, Panzer VIII Maus was designed by Ferdinand Porsche as the fear factor to anyone that would think about attacking the Germany and the League. Its armament of 128mm KwK 44 and 76mm KwK 44 guns can make short work of any ground target that gets in their way.

Their giant proportions sports, beside incredible firepower, thick armor that cant be penetrated by most anti tank weapons and only a concentrated and continuous fire can take down these beasts, thought they are also incredibly slow.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder M28 "Mauler" Super Heavy Tank

The M28 Mauler GMC is a solution for American forces if they are under a budget, to destroy any fortified positions and big fortresses any terrorist forces established, which no other tanks can effectively deal with. Their 105 mm T5E1 gun can dissolve any bunker or vehicle into a dust with a single or few shots, and roll for next target.

Often called "turtle" because of its characteristic ultra-slow movement and ultra-dense protection which surpasses even German Maus, the Mauler is a weapon which every general who's got the clearance have to use, even if it needs protection from other forces.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder FV 214 "Conqueror" Universal Heavy Tank

Developed in the response to Soviet IS-3 tanks the FV 214 Conqueror is good all-around heavy tank that can perform in most duties without problem, thought its intended role is to support other tanks from a distance.

Conquerors can hit their targets from great ranges thanks to the L1 120 mm rifled gun. Despite its designation it can be used for any role the commander can think of, it is only its numbers that permits any wider service.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Aircraft

Tier 1 Pre-Jet Fighters

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Bf 109 "Wolf" Fighter Plane

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder P-40 "Warhawk" Fighter

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Supermarine "Spitfire" Fighter

To be added...

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Tier 2 Pre-Jet Fighters

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Fw 190 "Shrike" Interceptor

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder P-51 "Mustang" Interceptor

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Hawker "Hurricane" Interceptor

To be added...

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Tier 3 Jet Fighters

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Komet Rocket Intercepter

One of the only rocket powered fighters built by Messerschmitt during the war, the Me-163 Komet unlike its Me-262 Swallow brother is equipped with a 350mph rocket engine and a pair of mounted machine guns, good for straifing and anti-air duties.

Being unique, it can hold a vast amount of ammunition inside the Komet's primary machine guns, making unlimted straifing runs easy to conduct but however at a heavy cost for deployment but it is known to reach high speed, but only ordered to attack.

Germany's unique air unit, available if the country is deployed.

WWII Germany Placeholder Swallow Jet Fighter

Possibly the first known jet fighter in history built in Germany, the Messerschmitt Me-262 Schwalbe (Swallow) is a jet fighter that became first known to the world and is used by the Luftwaffe during the course of the war.

The aircraft is equipped with machine guns for strafing runs and a series of rockets to deal with any enemy forces and aircraft when tasked for defensive runs, Swallows can outclass regular planes and is unlocked once Tier 3 is reached.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder Banshee Jet Fighter

Introduced prior to the end of the war, F2H Banshee is the USA's answer to the GFL's use of jet fighters since they are good for combat once Tier 3 is reached, these fighters are equipped with four autocannons with several unguided rockets.

Competing with Germany's Me-262 Schwalbe on most occasions when they meet during patrols in Europe, the Banshee is fast for strafing runs and is capable of going faster once they are set to attack enemy forces, once they attack the Banshee will head back to base at regular speed

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Meteor Jet Fighter

First tested in 1943, was then later launched in 1944 for use in the Royal Air Force during the same year as Germany launched the Me-262 Schwalbe, the Gloster Meteor is a Tier 3 fighter equipped with automatic cannons instead of MGs with rockets.

Competing with the Schwalbe and American F2H Banshee for primary combat roles and patrols, the Meteor became one of the first jet fighters in history in military forces that assisted fellow operatives of the League of Nations until the end of World War II.

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Light Bombers

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder "Stuka" Dive Bomber

Flown by the Luftwaffe in 1936, equipped with guns and bombs for various roles for runs whilst in flight, Ju-87B Stuka dive bombers also has a secret up its sleeve whilst attacking their target, it is equipped with wailing sirens.

It became a symbol of the Germany people and was known to first to strike fears against their enemies with its sirens, Stukas became a famous dive bombers during the war when Luftwaffe brigades started racking up victories against GFL forces.

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder "Vengeance" Dive Bomber

American legends, it was deployed by the RAF and the United States Air Force but was used in the during the course of the war, prior to being replaced Vultee A-31 Vengeance bombers were first used for attacks against GFL and Warlord positions.

Whilst it will be replaced by newer bombers like B-25 Mitchells along with Flying Fortress and Superfortress bombers during the war, the Vengeance became a valuable asset for the USA once they became a member of the League of Nations after the GFL and Warlord forces attacked Pearl Harbor.

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder "Battle" Light Bomber

Lightweight bombers, Fairey Battle Light Bombers is one of the UK's first known bombers in tier 1 that is at first weak due to their construction but they can counter this by making Battles optional attack planes for strafing runs.

Despite its light armour, it'll be best to keep the bombers under protection with fighters and interceptors but at least these light defenders of the United Kingdom's territories can be upgraded with armour plating, the aircraft can drop 4 bombs on targets on ground targets which can make them threats at level 1. 

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Medium Bombers

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Heinkel He 111 "Striker" Medium Bomber

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder North American B-25 "Mitchell" Medium Bomber

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder DH.98 "Mosquito" Fast Bomber

To be added...

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Heavy Bombers

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Heinkel He 177 "Griffin" Heavy Bomber

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" Heavy Bomber

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Avro "Lancaster" Heavy Bomber

To be added...

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder B-29 "Superfortress" Long Range Heavy Bomber

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

Cargo Planes

Cameo Name Description
WWII Germany Placeholder Junkers Ju 52 "Auntie" Cargo Plane

To be added...

Available if Germany is deployed in combat.

WWII America Placeholder Douglas C-47 "Dakota" Cargo Plane

To be added...

Available if America is deployed in combat.

WWII United Kingdom Placeholder Short "Stirling" Cargo Plane

To be added...

Available if the United Kingdom is deployed in combat.

Buildings

Important Buildings

Cameo Name Description
LoN Placeholder Command Base To be added...
LoN Placeholder Power Station To be added...
LoN Placeholder Boot Camp To be added...
LoN Placeholder Supply Center To be added...
LoN Placeholder Weapons Facility To be added...
LoN Placeholder Fighter Airstrip To be added...
LoN Placeholder Bomber Airstrip To be added...
LoN Placeholder Radar Dome To be added...
LoN Placeholder Technology Labs To be added...
LoN Placeholder Oil Refinery To be added...
LoN Placeholder Superweapon Unknown To be added...

Defensive Emplacements

Cameo Name Description
LoN Placeholder Anti-Vehicle Gun Turret To be added...
LoN Placeholder Pillbox Anti-Infantry Bunker To be added...
LoN Placeholder Flak 88 Anti-Air Emplacement To be added...

Upgrades

To be added...

Allies of the League of Nations
Flag of LoN
Ground Forces
Infantry
Germany
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Wehrmacht PrivatePanzerschreck TrooperField EngineerCombat MedicSS CommandoGestapo AgentSS Flame TrooperLuca Kaiser
America
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Marine RiflemanBazooka MarineSupport EngineerField MedicRangerInfiltratorMarine MortarMarcus Gillbert
Britain
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Royal InfantryRoyal RocketeerRoyal EngineerRoyal MedicSAS OperativeMI6 AgentSAS SniperChurchill Westwood
Support Vehicles Opel Blitz Supply TruckStudebaker Supply TruckAEC Matador Supply TruckTD-40 Tractor
Scouts & Armoured Cars Volkswagen KübelwagenWillys MB ScoutRoote Group HumberTerrapin Amphibious APC
Scout Tanks Panzer III LynxM5 StuartA15 Crusader
Medium Tanks Panzer IV OcelotM4 ShermanA12 Matilda
Battle Tanks Panzer V PantherM26 PershingA34 Comet
Tank Destroyers StuG III GrinderJagdpantherM10 WolverineM36 SluggerAlecto 6pdr SPA39 Tortoise
Heavy Tanks Panzer VI Tiger I (Panzer VIB King Tiger) • M29 Marshall (M34 Marshall) • A22 Churchill (A43 Black Prince)
Anti-Aircraft Sd.Kfz. 7/2 Wasp AA TrackA15 Sky Crusader AA TankM3 Shredder AA Track
Self Propelled Artillery Sturmpanzer IV HornetM12 WashingtonPastor 5,5-in SPPanzerwerfer 42T34 CalliopeLS-2 3-in Baritone
Super Tanks Panzer VIII MausM28 MaulerFV 214 Conqueror
Air Forces
Pre-Jet Fighters Bf 109 WolfFw 190 ShrikeP-40 WarhawkP-51 MustangSupermarine SpitfireHawker Hurricane
Post-Jet Fighters Me 163 Komet (German Exclusive) • Me 262 SwallowF2H BansheeGloster Meteor
Light Bombers Ju 87B StukaA-31 VengeanceFairey Battle
Medium Bombers He 111 StrikerB-25 MitchellDH.98 Mosquito
Heavy Bombers He 177 GriffinB-17 Flying FortressAvro LancasterB-29 Superfortress
Cargo Planes Ju 52 AuntieC-47 DakotaShort Stirling
Naval Forces
Patrol Ships U-Boat (German Exclusive) • Gunboat
Escort Ships DestroyerCruiser
Capital Ships BattleshipAircraft Carrier (American & British Exclusive)
Buildings
Main Command Command Base
Production Structures Boot CampWeapons FacilityFighter AirstripBomber Airstrip
Resource Structures Power StationSupply CenterRadar DomeTechnology LabsOil Refinery
Defenses Anti-Vehicle Gun TurretPillbox Anti-Infantry BunkerFlak 88 Anti-Air Emplacement
Superweapons Superweapon Unknown
Prominent Characters
Leaders Winston EdwardAdolf HimmlerFranklin Ackerman (Pre-1945)Harry Tuscan (Post 1945)
Military Personnel Alen KingHermann EichmannJonathan Taylor
Deputies, Chancellors and Vice Presidents British Deputy Anthony CameronGerman Chancellor Albert GoebbelsVice President Henry Roosevelt
Faction Technologies
Weapons To be added...
Detailed Information
History History of the League of NationsHistory of the Allied Nations
Contributions to the League of Nations Contributions of GermanyContributions from AmericaContributions of the United Kingdom

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