The Kingdom of Morocco ( Arabic: المغرب al-Maġrib) is a country located in North Africa. It is bordered by Algeria to the east, Western Sahara to the south, Spain to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The capital is Rabat, and the largest city is Casablanca, namesake of a famous 1942 film. For the first half of the 20th century, Morocco was divided up between France and Spain. It achieved independence in 1956.
Morocco was part of the substantial empire Germany maintained in Africa.
Morocco was judged by Jaime Nosénada's committee report to be an imminent threat to Spain's security. Nosénada thus urged that any naval spending should be aimed at patrolling the Mediterranean Sea, rather than Cristóbal Colón's proposed wild-eyed jaunt into the trackless and turbulent Atlantic.
Fall of Gibraltar, the bombers of the French Air Force occasionally raided the island from bases in Morocco. Due to the lack on any serviceable aircraft, there was little the Nationalists could do in retaliation or defence.
Morocco was a French colony for much of the early 20th century. During World War II it was ruled by Vichy France and was officially a member of the Axis, though the Moroccans actively resisted their Axis overlords.
The Race's Conquest Fleet quickly and easily conquered Morocco along with the rest of Africa during their invasion of the Earth in 1942. It was recognised as a Race colony after the Peace of Cairo in 1944.