nazi germany

  1. 継続戦争 (The Continuation War)

    "They say the sun never sets on the British Empire. They will soon learn a lesson that Icarus knows all too well." -Tomoyuki Yamashita Buildup Following their successes in China, the IJA decided to temporarily rest and upsize their military rather than continue a rapid expansion. Military...
  2. Ryker of Terra

    Surviving Jews in Nazi Europe - how long can they last?

    I'm not sure why, but I've always been fascinated by remnants - both remnant populations of ethnic/linguistic/religious groups, as well as remnants of 'resistance' that continue for longer than they would be expected to, like the post-WWII Japanese holdouts for example. However, in this thread...
  3. Ryker of Terra

    Axis Victory Operation Tannenbaum - how long can Swiss resistance last?

    I've read a lot of threads about Operation Tannenbaum (the invasion of Switzerland by Nazi Germany) on this site, but so far I haven't found a satisfactory answer to my question: how long can Swiss resistance last? Let's assume a typical Axis Victory scenario - the Nazis manage a victory...
  4. The_Russian

    AHC: America enters the European Theatre without Pearl Harbor

    Sorry if this has been done before, I haven’t been able to find anything with this situation, but is there a way America could enter the European front without without Germany declaring war on them after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor? What would be the effects of America being at war with Germany...
  5. Nazis standardize Wunderwaffe before barbarossa

    what if Nazis had standardized before the invading soviet union Heinkel and Messerschmitt series as fighters Arado Ar 234 B as bombers StG 44 as standard infantry rifle Tiger II as standard tank V2 as submarine weapons and long range artillery Fritz X as anti ship weapon ? how would this...
  6. PC:Axis Victory-Nazi economic miracle

    If Axis win WW2 Nazis conquer or puppetize Mainland Europe, Middle east, Central Asia, Africa and IJA puppetize China, Mongolia, Russian Far east due to US absolute neutrality i.e., no lend lease, no embargo. Could Nazis pull a miracle on the rhine along with reviving soviet economy?
  7. Long-term implications of Inglourious Basterds

    I'm sure you're aware of the Quentin Tarantino alternate history movie Inglourious Basterds, but just in case you're not, it's about two plots to assassinate the upper echelons of Nazi Germany's leadership. These plans, while put on a collision course, end up succeeding, with most if not all of...
  8. JCC the Alt Historian

    AHC: How Togo would fare under the rule of Czechoslovakia.

    After World War I, there was a discussion about giving the former German Empire colony of Togoland to the newly independent country Czechoslovakia. However, this plan never fell through, and instead Togo was put under French (most of the colony) and British(the small Western section that would...
  9. WI: Hitler dies on 8/24/39

    Let's say that for whatever reason Hitler dies the exact day after the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact was signed and Goring takes over. With the invasion of Poland planned to occur a week later, what are the major implications of the fuhrer dying so suddenly? Would the invasion be delayed a month to...
  10. PakistaniGuyUK

    WI Hitler makes peace by 1939 and turns his focus to the ‘Final Solution.' Would the West deem the Holocaust irrelevant and turn a blind eye?

    OTL: In March 1939, Lithuania proved to be the last territorial acquisition for Germany before World War II. Up to this stage, the United Kingdom and France followed a policy of appeasement, while Italy and Japan openly supported Germany. But instead of continuing his policy of expansion, what...
  11. US UK liberate Eastern Europe before soviets without lend lease

    can US and UK prevent Soviets from taking Eastern Europe before soviets by decreasing lend lease and liberate Eastern Europe ?
  12. Barbarossa without lend lease and with Japanese invasion of Siberia

    how much can Barbarossa succeed (push to A-A line) without lend lease and with Japanese invasion of Siberia will soviet have a famine and bad supply lines without lend lease food and truks? will soviets be spread thin with Japanese invasion of Siberia ?
  13. AHC: Nazi Germany 1989

    Inspired by this thread: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/ahc-austria-hungary-1964.485525/ After beating the combined might of Britain, France, and the Soviet Union, Germany has gained an empire that stretches from the Atlantic to the Urals. 50 years later, what does the 3rd Reich...
  14. Gillan1220

    AHC: Exact justice on Josef Mengele

    Inspired from the following threads: Joseph Goebbels at Nuremberg? Heinrich Himmler at Nuremberg? Your challenge should you choose to accept is to make your own scenario where this evil man has the hammer of justice served on him. OP EDIT: Please make it justice, not revenge.
  15. Heinrich Himmler at Nuremberg?

    Inspired by this thread, I decided to ask what would happen if another top Nazi had been tried at Nuremberg. Unlike with Goebbels, not much has to change to keep Himmler alive for the Nuremberg trials. Maybe his cyanide pill doesn't work or is found by his captors before he can bite it. While I...
  16. WWII but only soviets and Nazis

    What if UK and France didn't war Nazis Would Barbarossa succeed with resources spent in western front?
  17. WI: UK/France strike Nazi Germany in March 1939 after the takeover of Czechoslovakia

    One of the most fascinating parts of the history of World War II was the run-up to the war. I always felt the UK and France had a strategic advantage against Germany if they decided the line that couldn't be crossed was Hitler taking over the rest of Czechoslovakia in March 1939. If the UK and...
  18. Kantai Kessen

    WI: Alternate Operation Weserübung

    The POD for this is that the German light cruisers Nürnberg and Leipzig are not torpedoed by HMS Salmon on 13 December 1939, for whatever reason. This means that they are able to participate in Operation Weserübung, the German invasion of Norway, in April 1940. The troop-carrying warships are...
  19. ChadMachine999

    Nazi SAMs

    IOTL the Third Reich had a program to build SAMs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasserfall How would WW2 be different is this system was operational, reliable, of similar quality to the S-25, and mass produced by January 1st, 1942.
  20. Nazi Rise in a Austrian-German Empire

    Basically, Austria is the one that wins the Austro-Prussian War (whether in gives away Hungary or not, you can choose), and yet despite butterfly effects, a Fascist-esque state wins the elections, either after they lose some form of WW1, or perhaps for different reasons. Please make the best...
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