It's all over! For now...

Glorious victory for the Axis forces in Italy.

317 Commanders, 171 Battles and 5 weeks later the fate of Italy has been decided. Though the Allies put up a good fight the Axis came out on top.

In total the Axis scored 554 to the Allies 489 victory points, but points only say so much, the Axis held their ground where it mattered, and denied the Allies their final objective of Rome and ultimatly winning the Campaign for the Axis.

Fear not though, the Allies will get their chance for revenge soon enough

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