Rage of Battle
From beneath the North Atlantic to the coast of Cornwall off of England, from northern Germany to across the Korean peninsula, thousands upon thousands of troops are massing, protected by the greatest and most stunning armaments yet see on any field of battle. The time is now. The war that once seemed impossible is raging everywhere. Every nation, every individual, is both hunter and prey.
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