Alternative History
Invasion of Czechoslovakia
Date: September 1, 1939 – May 8th, 1946
Location: Worldwide

Casus belli:

German Invasion of Poland

Decisive Axis victory

  • Treaty of Stockholm
  • Western Russia Annexed to Greater German Reich
  • Free World Alliance and National Socialist Federation Formed

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25,280,000 men,
4,536 tanks,
9,870 aircrafts

Axis:8,200,000 men,

7,606 tanks,
2,850 aircrafts

Casualties and losses
Military casualties:

20,700,000 killed,
3,135,000 wounded,
719,000 captured

Civilian casualties:
180,000-420,000 killed<br |style="vertical-align:top"|Axis:
3,41,980 killed,
109,262 wounded
2,812 missing

Course of the War[]

War Breaks Out[]

On September 1st, 1939, Hitler attacked Poland.

Fall of Europe[]


On June 22nd, 1941, over three million Axis troops, from Germany, Hungary, Romania and Finland, invaded the Soviet Union.

Global War[]

On December 7 (December 8 in Asian time zones), 1941, the Empire of Japan attacked British and American holdings with near-simultaneous offensives against Southeast Asia and the Central Pacific. These included an attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor, sinking an aircraft carrier, the Yorktown, and three battleships, and landings in Thailand and Malaya.

Malta and Crusader[]

Main article: Operation Herkules

With the Afrika Corps stalled outside Tobruk, and the Axis supply lines taking a hammering from aircraft based on Malta, a plan was desperately needed to deal with the threat of Malta. The concept of a full-scale aerial invasion from at least two airborne divisions was approved at a meeting between Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini on 29 April - 30 April 1942. By this point a hastily-led British counteroffensive called Operation Crusader had succeeded at throwing back the German tide, and so Hercules was brought forward, to July 17th, 1942.

Victory in the East[]

Fall of the Middle East[]

Main article: Battle of El Alamain

With the fall of Malta, the route was open for re-enforcements to join the Afrika Corps. the 7th and 10th Panzer Divisions, fresh from the eastern front, were now transported to North Africas, to ofset the reversal caused by Operation Crusader.

Victory in the Atlantic[]

The Atlantic war was in stalemate. the U-Boats had taken serious losses, but the Allied convoys were also being hurt. the allies were developing newer, more efficient anti-Submarine technology, which they planned to enter service in mid-1944.

Victory in Europe (VE) Day[]

The American Evacuation of Britain

The Pacific, the final stages[]

Olympic and the End of the War[]

Main article: Operation Olympic