The Nazi-Soviet Non-Agression Pact was suppossed to last 10 years, signed in August of 1939, it would last untill August of 1949. What if Hitler had decided to keep that pact with the soviets? He would not have to divide troops between two fronts. This is part of a timeline I'm working on that includes a German victory in ww2. The PoD is FDR getting assasinated in Miami, Florida in February of 1933. Because FDR was not there, the U.S. went through a even worse stream of leaders. Because of a prolonged depression and conflicts at home, the U.S. stays out of WW2. Japan also does not attack pearl harbor because during the administration of Huey Long, the U.S. sold the Phillipines to Japan. Anycase, that is the Rough idea. So Hitler only has to fight a war against Britain. The Nazis don't win the battle of Britain, but eventually, with fighting in the North Sea, The Atlantic, and North Africa, Britain sues for peace in 1943. Britain hands over Egypt and Palistine to Germany. This gives the Axis powers access to oil in the middle east. For the next 7 years they prepare for a massive invasion of the Soviet union, and in march of 1950, it happens. How likely is any of this? Could a Barbarossa in 1950 be more successful? Remember, this is a very rough timeline.