While the Americans held the Fulda Gap in West Germany, British and West German forces defended the North German Plain, stretching from the Hartz Mountains to the Baltic Sea. The North German Plain was prime tank country, the kind the Russians and their Warsaw Pact forces wanted to attack through. They had massed their strongest forces there, particularly the Third Shock Army ready to attack in this key area astride Berlin. In this hypothetical clash, the Warsaw Pact unleash their power in the opening of World War III in the summer of 1985. Together the conflict here on this North German plain and at the Fulda Gap in the south, would decide the fate of Europe and the world.
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