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If you can't tell, I'm interested in "What if's", especially what if's about the Luftwaffe...
Russia’s early withdrawal from the Great War of 1914 helps to settle internal conflicts and overcome the threat of revolution.
In 1938, Germany boldly annexes and unites Austria and Czechoslovakia, in an attempt to create a ‘New Order’ in Europe.
On September 1, 1939 and the early part of 1940, Germany invades and occupies Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France.
Germany’s eastward expansion halts on June 22, 1940 after the acquisition of France.
Germany’s submarine fleet is never able to successfully blockade Great Britain, leaving the sea lanes open for United States supply ships to safely resupply Great Britain with needed parts and volunteer pilots to continue the Battle of Britain.
Germany’s attempts to destroy Great Britain’s aerial defenses fail and Germany stops its bombing of military bases and installations in late 1940.
The United States remains in a state of preparedness, and the limited involvement in the early part of the war includes the American Volunteer Groups that fought in the Battle of Britain and as the Flying Tigers in China, and war materials shipped to Great Britain.
Japan’s island hopping stops short of Pearl Harbor, keeping the United States from entering directly into the war.
The Czar of Russia announces that it will not allow any further eastward advance by Germany, and that it plans to retake Eastern Europe for itself.
After eighteen months of relative peace, Russia’s build up of military strength and aggressiveness leads to a limited alliance between Great Britain, Germany, and Free France.
The Czar of Russia tests the borders with both the Japanese Empire and the newly formed German States. Skirmishes occur in Manchuria and along the Polish Border.
The relatively untouched resources of the United States were starting to be developed. United States designed war machinery started appearing near the Russian Borders in the hands of the Eastern Europe Confederation.
Na-51 Dora is a North American P-51 D Mustang, license built in Germany
optimized for bomber interception and long range escort. The paddle bladed
propeller hides a 30-mm canon that fires through the propeller hub. The
six .50 machine guns in the wing are replaced by two 20-mm canons in the
wing roots firing through the propeller arc. The streamlined hardpoints
on the wings are able to carry two, 300 liter fuel tanks. Radio, Electronics,
and Antennae, are updated to be
compatible with current German usage. CAUTION! Do not use anything less than C3 grade 100-octane fuel.
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