The Roanoke Valley in southwest Virginia is an area adjacent to and including the Roanoke River between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and the Appalachian Plateau to the west. The valley includes much of Roanoke County, and two independent cities; Roanoke City and Salem.
Roanoke Valley in Southern VictoryEdit
The Roanoke Valley was a major battleground during the Great War that quickly settled into a stationary front for most of the war. The town of Big Lick came to be known as the place of the Big Licking.