When the United States formalized its war plans in the early 20th Century, potential foes were coded by color. Japan became Orange, Germany was Black, and Britain was noted as Red. The Red war plan saw a pair of primary goals: the conquest of Canada and trade warfare. War Plan Red, and its attached War Plan Crimson, gave the U.S. Navy the task of invading Nova Scotia and disrupting communications between Britain and Canada. This Great War at Sea campaign features an operational map, 210 playing pieces, and 32 scenarios.