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There is no confusion in WW2 games over who the good guys are and who the bad. Even when the players take on roles of numerous nationalities; Americans, British or Russians, the context remains the same and is always understood; the Nazis are the bad guys and therefore the best thing the player can do to preserve civilisation is to oppose, defeat or destroy them. The lack of such moral lines and ideological certainty regarding the First World War means that the actions of the player cannot be clad in the same surety as would be the case in a Second World War game.
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