The Sirens of Titan - Victory Summary & Analysis

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Victory Summary

For the description of the Martian invasion of Earth, the narrator now refers to the imaginary Pocket History of Mars by Winston Niles Rumfoord.

The severely under-armed Martian Army is massacred when it tries to take over Earth. Fighting with conventional small weapons against tanks, aircraft, and nuclear weapons, every single Martian is eventually found to be dead, captured, or missing. The automatic navigation systems of their spacecraft scatter them all over the globe, and the soldiers only fight as long as the real commanders have control of them. Once the real commanders are killed, they stop.

The Earth had begun bombarding the advance commando force that landed on the moon, which had started sending feeble bombs down thirty days prior to the main invasion. With such ample warning, the Earth is well prepared when the Martians land. Wave after wave of the...

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