The vote of No-Confidence passes on Winston Churchill's leadership of the war, and Lord Halifax is appointed in his place by the young Queen Elizabeth.
But Halifax is in a difficult position: the British Isles are open to invasion, the RAF is pulverized, and the Royal Navy is on the verge of mutiny. The Army is still unequipped, the majority of the equipment having been left behind at Dunkirk a few months before, and the people are clambering for an end to the war.
Halifax knows that if he can get the people to stand up for the fight, the war may still yet be won. That is, if America will also join in. But the people are ready to give up. What does he do?
Created by Tbguy1992 01:49, September 14, 2011 (UTC)