Moral Conflict 1941
Two alliances fight in 5 dimensions to gain control of the world.
Not just the military war of great battles but the diplomatic pressure to win or lose new allies such as Italy or the Soviet Union. The third dimension is the economic crisis of critical resources such as oil and iron ore. The fourth dimension is the technological race to develop war winning weapons such as jet aircraft, rocketry or the atom bomb. Finally the fifth dimension is the moral decisions which shaped each nation's war conduct. Seizing power through violence and destruction is compared with close co-operation, sharing and sacrfice in the search for peace.
The interplay of all five dimensions on each other is the unique moral conflict experience.
Personal Development and Reality Change:
There are great possibilities to learn, develop character and skills, which have everyday personal impact. Teamwork, strategy, diplomacy, negotiation and planning are practised, while continually taking the moral issues into account.
This game could change your life.
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