I've lost track of the days. It's in early '46 now.
The total Axis dominance of the sea has severely hindered what the British can do, since their ground forces in France are always at around 60% supply. I have had them attempting to enter Spain, to no avail.
Similarly for the US, as far as attempting to enter Italy across the Alps.
The US and Russia have cooperated in taking the Berlin festung, with relentless air strikes and a slow attrition of the German infantry. Combined, the US, UK, and Russia have 13 air armies. (as an aside, I find absolutely no advantage to having a level five air army(US) over a level 2(Russia))
German armor has made a breakout for Rostok, from which we project they will flee to either the Copenhagen redoubt or Sweden. To pursue the enemy to either place, will require paratroopers, of which we currently have zip, zero, nada.
The Swedes have entered a suicide pact with the Germans apparently, and entered the war.
The Russians have entered the Po Valley, and will strike on Rome. The entire Balkans and Greece are in Russian control.
Briefly, the Russians were providing lend-lease to both the US and UK to build sea transports.