Yeah, I know they fought, but they didn't accomplish anything besides delaying the inevitable. Except in Britain's and Russia's case where they actually managed to win. Effort without results is meaningless. And remember, most gaming companies and a large portion of the gamer market is in Western Europe and North America. And I doubt Americans and British want to play as losing Polish or Chinese. I certainly wouldn't want to play a WWII game as Polish soldier facing down the Nazi hordes in a fight that I can't win. Its not just because I'm an American, but simply because I don't like losing, even if it is inevitable. Imagine the end-game as the Polish or Greeks, "Oh hey, you won the campaign, but I'm sorry, your side lost the war, even though you won." Not very fun to win a campaign to find out you still lost.