There's a real-life precedent for your scenario: Napoleon's invasion of Russia, and
that was just the Priepsky Marshes that he had to navigate. Territory and weather were
major causes of the Nazi failure in their attempt at invading Russia,
Mark Gregson wrote:
> > So, in conclusion, I think the list you stated would be empty is,
> > instead, rather lengthy. I won't bother to try to fill in the list,
> > but if you were to concede my arguements, you would see that it is
> > indeed a long one.
> But that's just what I refuse to do: concede that any country can do an overseas
>invasion of Canada.
> You have heard of wargaming. I mean the real stuff done by the military, not the
>Saturday afternoon fantasies of teenage boys. Do a wargame of an overseas invasion
>of Canada. You will be quite astounded at how hard it would be to invade.
> I repeat my mantra: overseas invasions are really hard. So hard that Canada is
>safe. Without the US.
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