Imagine a world where the Allies didn't win the war, nor did the Axis. Instead, the war just continued on and on in an unsteady stalemate. Welcome, to the world of 1949. In this world Germany decided not to bomb London, but instead continued its attacks on Britain's airfields. Then, the Russians lost at Kursk. Finally, D-Day fails. With these victories, Germany has managed to halt the Allie's progress. In the Western Theatre, the Allies and the Axis each plan the invasion of the other's vital territories. In the Pacific, Japan and the United States are dueling over tiny islands with giant fleets and atomic weapons. Now, the stalemate is about to be broken. Germany is preparing an all out invasion of Britain. As tough and valiant as the Allied troops defending the Sceptered Isle are, some of their leaders are beginning to that they will be unable to hold against the Wehrmacht.

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Jkl22d Nov 21 2011 says:

Hes part of the Russian Liberation Army Former Soviet soldiers and volunteers from various parts of the Soviet Union who Fought alongside the Germans

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Fearsubzero Nov 21 2011 replied:

In the course of the war, all the "Hilfspolizei" were shot, worse enemy only traitors of the motherland
These shameful people is better not to remember...

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doom44 Nov 22 2011 replied:

It makes me angry that some countries people fought with their enemy. It is a very dishonorable thing to do.

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MartyForEels Nov 22 2011 replied:

Well, now listen to this - Vlasovs (Named after they leader Vlasov) were soviets, who hated communism and joined fascists. But then they realized that Nacism wasnt good thing either and they helped Czech resistance during late parts of WW2.

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AwayPeskyFlies Nov 29 2011 replied:

Yeah after stalins rule they hated soviet treatment, but then germans started forced work camps. If they didn't do that thousands more would have supported germany

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DarthC May 21 2012 replied:

sorry MartyForEels, I gave you -1 as a mistake, it should be +1 cause it is indeed true what you wrote

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Phenixtri Nov 21 2011 says:

Yea they are for the most part X Russian revolutionaries, Czarist loyalists, and people in general who were harmed or persecuted buy the Stalinist regime IE people who lost family to Stalin's Purges.

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aerasett Nov 21 2011 says:

Very good idea to integrate these fine soldiers are usually forgotten (Small Precision, they were fitted with a mixture of Russian and German weapons)

Count you integrate other military subservient to the Third Reich: Army Vichy Army Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, and especially the most motivated of these armies: Croats.

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neosdark Nov 21 2011 replied:

Well I guess I can let slip one small thing, I doubt I'll get killed for this, but lets see how your languages are gents.

Un escercito, стар седла, uusia ideoita, Të gjitha kombet, Один флаг

Now to make it slightly easier to unscramble each phrase

1) taily
2) amgray
3) infldna
4) baalian
5) I'll give you this one, cause I'm a nice guy: Russia

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cordenand Nov 22 2011 says:

there was some french and ukrines who joined the german army too some indians and asians helped along side but i really dont know where they were deployed probably aginst the ussr but most russian pows were considred as criminals in the ussr as they might of gave info to help the germans so they had no choice but to jumb in the bandwagon with germany.

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elMengu Nov 22 2011 says:

And what about the Blue Division? It was the bravest and most successful foreign contingent of the Wehrmacht, also praised by the Germans. They fought the Red Army in Russia by the way.

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cordenand Nov 23 2011 says:

a nice piece of reading about the soldiers and people from the ussr who were fighting with germany in ww2 (note this info might not be 100% correct but it was worth reading)and sorry if it was a bad idea to post this link but here for the ones who want to see it

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mrsuperdude Nov 25 2011 says:

will you add norwegians too? since i know some norwegians where a part of the wehrmacht and the SS and where fighting on the eastern front.

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xxxviroxxx Nov 26 2011 replied:

and the danes! and the rest of europe... lets make a faction calld "The eutopean union". instead of stars, it could have small swatsticas for each country. and the baground could be red!

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mrsuperdude Nov 27 2011 says:

i mean only thoose who where recruited by nazi germany.or at least 4-6 of them. a new faction like that would be stupid. since nazi germany only wanted to conquer europe not make a union.

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AwayPeskyFlies Nov 29 2011 replied:

Ugh also.........antarctica, balkans, russia, and north and south america

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xxxviroxxx Nov 30 2011 replied:

Well, they did conquer anrarctica:) and i was just kidding...

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AwayPeskyFlies Dec 1 2011 replied:

Well like build underground cities and whatnot

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aerasett Dec 7 2011 replied:

He did not conquer the Antarctic (except in the minds of some high-ranking), but scientifically it was installed and the lot was reserved to them is unclear. The operation Hightjump launched by the Americans in 1947 continued to fuel the polimer on to know that really happened over there.

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AubeSangante Nov 24 2012 says:

I thinck VG 1-5 whas most great wepon than he ppsh for this enroled russian in german army. (

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These men are a sign of things to come. What I mean by that I and who they are I leave to your conjecture, but don't worry, there will be an update to explain what I mean soon. Also, I should note that there will be more small previews leading up to the next (large) update.

You can't see it very well, but their hats are a new design by me, while their uniform is mostly made by relic with a few tweaks by myself.

Nov 21st, 2011
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