Baffin Island, Canada-1-
Baffin Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut is the largest member of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, and the fifth largest island in the world. Separated from Greenland by Baffin Bay, Baffin Island is the largest island in Canada.

Baffin Island in Southern VictoryEdit

During the Great War, German immigrants in Canada were exiled to Baffin Island to prevent any cooperation with the Americans.[1] After the war, it along with the rest of Canada was ceded to the United States.

During the Second Great War, the U.S. established weather stations in Baffin Island to improve forecasting in the North Atlantic. Britain did likewise with clandestine stations in isolated areas. Military garrisons guarding these stations frequently engaged in small skirmishes.

Baffin Island in The Two GeorgesEdit

Confusingly, Baffin Island was not in Baffin, North American Union. It was in Hudsonia, another of the Provinces of the NAU.[2]


  1. American Front, pgs. 252-253, HC.
  2. The Two Georges, frontispiece map.