From London, war reports from across the globe come in. Decisions from government officials, shared ideas in industry and critics of some of the war strategies. Air power is the deciding factor in who will win the war. Security to aerodromes is of utmost importance. As the tide of war changes, some fear Hitler will make all out efforts to invade Britain.
San Fransisco connects to Botavia for war reports. Conditions of the Navy near the Philippines, and Army in India face troubles. Secrets and speculation surround the plan to bring success to the theater of operation. Assistance to Dutch and British areas are of importance, and have thus far been a success. Loyalty from local guerrilla and jungle fighters is told.
On the home front, Washington DC reports on the battles in congress. Drastic control of prices will be made immediately to prevent run away inflation. A price administrator will become a price czar to develop, and enact national restrictions. The problem of production is inflation. Limits of wool will go to civilian markets to provide for war contracts. Tax increases will be called on to support the war. Fighting goes on in the Philippines, having everyone wondering how long MacArthur will hold out.