Amerika in Flames---The War is over and Peace treaty signed!

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Post by joerock22 » Thu May 20, 2010 1:25 am

Haha, very interesting. I personally am of the belief that the Americans would not have stopped fighting until the invaders were pushed out one way or another, but that could just be my American bias. :) We don't really know, since the USA hasn't been invaded since the War of 1812. Maybe if the industrial centers on the east and west coasts had been taken... Eh, it's all speculation anyhow. Fun stuff though.

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Post by trulster » Thu May 20, 2010 10:37 am

Nice writeup! Though in this game in July 46 it would rather be a totally Soviet-dominated Communist Republics of Europe, with probable nationalist uprisings in Britain and North America as the Axis homelands were taken.

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Post by supermax » Thu May 20, 2010 12:50 pm

trulster wrote:Nice writeup! Though in this game in July 46 it would rather be a totally Soviet-dominated Communist Republics of Europe, with probable nationalist uprisings in Britain and North America as the Axis homelands were taken.
Hehehe well since i made the story in my story the Germans were able to repulse all soviet attacks and peace was signed.

The Soviets were content splitting the world in two with the facist :)

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Post by Clark » Thu May 20, 2010 2:59 pm

supermax wrote:
trulster wrote:Nice writeup! Though in this game in July 46 it would rather be a totally Soviet-dominated Communist Republics of Europe, with probable nationalist uprisings in Britain and North America as the Axis homelands were taken.
Hehehe well since i made the story in my story the Germans were able to repulse all soviet attacks and peace was signed.

The Soviets were content splitting the world in two with the facist :)
Interesting story. The map is very close to the North America explored in Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle, in which Germany and Japan win World War 2 and quickly enter into a Cold War-like tension between themselves. Only difference is that the rump United States remained weak (in this reality, Roosevelt was assasinated and the New Deal never helped pull the US out of the Depression) and more or less under the sway of the Axis powers.

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Post by supermax » Thu May 20, 2010 5:42 pm

Clark wrote:
supermax wrote:
trulster wrote:Nice writeup! Though in this game in July 46 it would rather be a totally Soviet-dominated Communist Republics of Europe, with probable nationalist uprisings in Britain and North America as the Axis homelands were taken.
Hehehe well since i made the story in my story the Germans were able to repulse all soviet attacks and peace was signed.

The Soviets were content splitting the world in two with the facist :)
Interesting story. The map is very close to the North America explored in Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle, in which Germany and Japan win World War 2 and quickly enter into a Cold War-like tension between themselves. Only difference is that the rump United States remained weak (in this reality, Roosevelt was assasinated and the New Deal never helped pull the US out of the Depression) and more or less under the sway of the Axis powers.
It is indeed very fun to dwelve into the what might have been. If id make a book about it it would be about the Us trying to smuggle an Atom Bomb into germany to incenerate a couple of cities to get the Germans to get the hell out.

Jimmy Doolittle would be piloting a B-29 launched from some area in Africa or from a battered surviving US CV to drop a bomb on Berlin and get the germans on the negociating table. The book would be called "30 seconds on Berlin"

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Post by Man0lo » Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:14 am

Its impressive to finish off the Western Allies before attacking Russia.....but as I remember in CEAW that was impossible to happen cuz Russians was automatically attacking on you in the autumn of 1941....When do the Russians automatically attack you in the Grand Strategy expansion 2.0????

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Post by supermax » Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:51 pm

only in 1942, so you can afford to wait

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Post by rkr1958 » Sun Jul 01, 2012 1:35 pm

supermax wrote:Jimmy Doolittle would be piloting a B-29 launched from some area in Africa or from a battered surviving US CV to drop a bomb on Berlin and get the germans on the negociating table. The book would be called "30 seconds on Berlin"
Something interesting I learned about Jimmy Doolittle in an episode of, "The Secrets of World War II". The day after the Tokyo (Doolittle) raid in April 1942, he was promoted from Lt. Col to Brigadier General (by passing full Col). In Nov 1942 he was promoted to Major General and given command of the 12th USAF in the Mediterranean. As commanding General he would routinely fly along on reconnaissance flights out of Gibraltar (if I remember correctly). The issue was that he was only a handful of people that knew about Ultra and there was concern that if his flight was shot down and he was captured that Ultra might be comprised.

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Post by supermax » Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:20 pm

rkr1958 wrote:
supermax wrote:Jimmy Doolittle would be piloting a B-29 launched from some area in Africa or from a battered surviving US CV to drop a bomb on Berlin and get the germans on the negociating table. The book would be called "30 seconds on Berlin"
Something interesting I learned about Jimmy Doolittle in an episode of, "The Secrets of World War II". The day after the Tokyo (Doolittle) raid in April 1942, he was promoted from Lt. Col to Brigadier General (by passing full Col). In Nov 1942 he was promoted to Major General and given command of the 12th USAF in the Mediterranean. As commanding General he would routinely fly along on reconnaissance flights out of Gibraltar (if I remember correctly). The issue was that he was only a handful of people that knew about Ultra and there was concern that if his flight was shot down and he was captured that Ultra might be comprised.
Interesting i didnt know that!

Also funny that my old AAR comes back into fashion :)

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Post by rkr1958 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 6:49 pm

supermax wrote:Also funny that my old AAR comes back into fashion :)
And 26,500 views! That's a phenomenal number of views. What can we say; except that the rest of us mere mortals just follow your lead. :D

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Post by Diplomaticus » Sat Jul 07, 2012 11:01 pm

I just discovered this fascinating AAR last week. It makes for pretty gripping reading. I applaud Max's noble opponent for playing it through right to the bitter end.

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Post by Clark » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:09 am

Reading through it again, I noticed that Max invented an awesome word that suits him to a tee: offensivate.

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