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.
Polizei come in all shapes and sizes. There most common usage was to pacify regions under German control. This unit belongs to the Panzer Elite, and is used to secure territory or for other auxiliary roles. They can hold their own in a fight, but they aren't the best soldiers, which is exactly the point. Why waste elite troops on occupation duty, when other forces are available for the task? More details on them will follow in the next update, so stay tuned.