|Siege of Area A|
|Date:||November 10th, 2011 - November 16th, 2011|
|Conflict:||United Nazi War|
|Region:||Area A, Central Maine|
The Battle of Area commonly referred to as either The Siege of Area A or The Stand Against Hitler was a major engagement in the early months of the United Nazi War, that took place between Nazi Germany, and Early American Resistance forces that were led by retired World War II Veteran, Johnathan O Rally, and his son Thomas O Rally.
The Battle was most known for the major stand against Nazi Germany, where O Rally and his followers entrenched themselves at Area A, in central Maine on November 10th, 2011, in where the ruined historical ancient town of Rupickohonic was located.
Lasting from November 10th, 2011 to November 16th, of 2012. The Battle was concluded after the Germans eventually found a narrow pass in the Mountain's and were successfully able to surround the Resistance and crush them from behind.
The Battle of Area A, was the first known engagement to every occur with Armed militia staging a resistance against the Germans, before the Bronx Resistance was formed weeks later.
After the Siege, Area A, the Town of Rupickohonic was discovered after 910 years after being destroyed by an Earth Quake in 1101 AD, was eventually visited by the Resistance group Tribe of Shadows 2 years later in 2013, where unknown to the previous Resistance forces, was that a small Cold War underground American listening outpost was located in the center of Area A about 18 miles from the ruins of Rupickohonic.