I am trying to identify a World War 2 European theater PC game, which I used to play on a Windows 95 PC, but probably predates Windows 95.

The one thing that really stands out in my memory is that if the British won the game would play a small portion of "It's a Long Way to Tipperary." The music was very crude, not much more than a bunch of beeps.

The game shows a map of England, France, Germany, and Italy. It does not include Russia and you can only play as Britain / US or Germany. I seem to recall the game starting after the fall of France, but maybe there were different scenarios.

The movement was point to point. You could see borders between cities but the units moved basically from city center to city center.

The units were shown as a simple national flag and were infantry, armor, or artillery. It was turn based. Each turn consisted of 1 side recruiting, moving, attacking, and researching new technology (for example you had to research amphibious landings before you could attack across sea areas), followed by the next player turn.

You could play 2 player or against the computer and if you played against the computer there was an option to switch sides at any point.

I've gone through every "abandoned" old game site I could find and while I've found similar looking games none are the one I'm looking for. Vague I know, but worth a shot.

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