The creadit of the photo collage is for New Euro Emperor who did it.VENEZUELA 20:38, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
I think you meant the Holocaust (Gr. "whole burning")- the death of millions during WW 2 within Germany's wartime boundaries. The Holodomor (Ukrainian for "death by hunger") was a famine made worse by communist policies in 1932, several years before World War Two. --SouthWriter 17:13, July 14, 2010 (UTC)
Sorry, already delete it! VENEZUELA 17:36, July 14, 2010 (UTC)
It seems safe to assume that the Germans retained their nuclear scientists since they won World War 1. Would this have included Einstein? Even without him, though, the German program was full underway during WW 2, so we can assume that they used the bomb against the allies to hasten the end of the war.
I would assume that a bomb would have been dropped on Moscow, but would there have been another, perhaps London or Paris? I'd chose a smaller target, but the huge casualties to the Allies indicate use of weapons of mass destruction on population centers. In fact, such lopsided numbers, inflicted by relatively small armies on vast populations, indicate a full scale use of a-bombs to secure unconditional surrender of the US, Britain, and the Commonwealth nations. It is remarkable that the US is even considered a player in the aftermath. SouthWriter 17:27, July 14, 2010 (UTC)
- Well in fact I'm gonna drop the 2 bombs in:
- 1. Baltimore
- 2. Philadelphia
- That why the american capital between 1945-1970 is going to be Los Angeles because of the radiation of both cities to Washington, but Washington returned as capital in 1970. VENEZUELA 17:34, July 14, 2010 (UTC)
- And the USSR lost after Germany won the Caucasus battles, so the USSR without oil, signed a treaty that ended the USSR, and communism in the world...
Inetresting choices for Germany's ultimatum -- I'd probably bomb Philadelphia first, and then Baltimore, getting a little closer to Washington each time. We could assume that if the USA had not surrendered DC would have been next! I assumed too much when I questioned the casualties, though. I will have to be more careful in my research. All you did was copy the info box off the Wikipedia article. I bow to your knowledge of history on that one. :-)