Liberia granted Allied forces access to its territory early in the war. It was used as a transit point for troops and resources bound for North Africa, particularly war supplies flown from Parnamirim (near Natal) in Brazil. Perhaps more importantly, it served as one of the Allies' only sources of rubber during the war; after the plantations of Southeast Asia had been taken over by the Japanese.
The importance of this resource led to significant improvement of Liberia's transport infrastructure and a modernisation of its economy. Liberia's strategic significance was emphasised when Franklin Roosevelt, after attending the Casablanca Conference, visited Liberia and met President Edwin Barclay. Despite its assistance to the Allies, Liberia was reluctant to end its official neutrality and did not declare war on Germany until 27 January 1944.
Liberia starts with no National Spirits.
Liberia use the common generic focus tree which covers five areas: Army, Aviation, Navy, Industry, and Politics.
As a Democratic country, Liberia has a positive relationship with other Democratic countries (+20 and +10) and a slight negative relationship with everyone else (-10). Liberia begins without any alliances at the start of 1936.
The nation starts with the following laws:
|Conscription Law||Economy Law||Trade Law|
| Volunteer Only
|| Civilian Economy
|| Export Focus
Liberia starts in 1936 with two research slots. It can gain three further slots from its National focuses - Extra Research Slot, Extra Research Slot II and Technology Sharing.
Liberia begins with the following researched:
- Basic eq.
Liberia only controls a single state containing 2 provinces. It has no airbases, a naval base (level 2), low infrastructure (level 2) and the following buildings:
|1 Military Factories||0 Naval Dockyard||1 Civilian Factories|
The state has 0 free factory slots.
Liberia starts with the following resources:
|1Infantry Divisions||0Cavalry Division||0Mountaineer Division||0Light Tank Divisions|
Total: 1 Divisions
Total: 0 Ships
Total: 0 Planes