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#1 Hairog

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Posted 17 September 2011 - 01:01 AM

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It Begins

Storyline for 1946 WWIII

Introduction

November 23, 1946

Stalin's former allies have demobilized entire armies and have sent many of their armed forces home. The US and England have a fraction of their former forces stationed on the European mainland and have shown no backbone in resisting Soviet incursions. The only thing holding Stalin back from his vision of a communist Europe dominated by the USSR is the fear of the American nuclear bomb.

He has seen the devastation it has brought to the Empire of Japan. Although he has no doubt that his armed forces can storm through the blasted hulk of the former Germany and France he is held in check by the fear of nuclear destruction from the skies.

The US have also decided to base a squadron of B29 Super Fortresses in West Germany. The B29 is an offensive weapon not a defensive weapon.

In addition his former allies are gathering far too many of the German scientists and their wonder weapons and stealing them away to work on even more destructive weapons and delivery systems.

Comrade Stalin feels he needs to create a buffer so that the motherland is never subject to attack again. His vision is that all future wars will be fought in the no mans land that is the former Nazi homeland and he is convinced that there will be more wars despite the American atomic bomb. It's all a matter of where and when these wars will be fought because Capitalism and Communism cannot occupy the same space.

Some say the second atomic bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki was a demonstration for Stalin's benefit and to reinforce the power of the atom bomb in his mind. In addition it was to demonstrate that America has not only one but many bombs and is ready to use them. The plan has worked until today.

Today Stalin receives word through his spy master and massive network of agents that American has a total of only 6 nuclear bombs. Previously he believed that they had many more and this fear is the only thing that kept his paranoia and ambitions in check.

With this news the plan for the domination of Western Europe begins. No longer will the West be allowed to dictate it's will on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Stalin. He will once and for all remove the threat to Mother Russia. No longer will there be a gun pointed at his head from West Germany.

A massive and very well concealed mobilization begins.

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Posted 17 September 2011 - 01:24 AM

(How many more mistaken PODs do you intend to include?)

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Posted 17 September 2011 - 09:22 AM

How does this massive secretive mobilisation get past Brixmis, USmis, allied millitary missions to Germany on the ground, who are currently running around Germany?

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 01:37 AM

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On page 466 in Simon Sebag Montifiore's book Stalin: The Court of the Red Tzar is a picture whose label reads...

"Power and family: the heir apparent Zhdanov. At the end of he war, a tired but cheerful Stalin sits between the two rivals: the flabby, viscous and pusillanimous"clerk" Malenkov--who was nicknamed "Melanie" for his broad hips-- and (right) the smiling, alcoholic Zhdanov. Kaganovich sits on the left. (Back row, left to right):unknown, Vasily Stalin, Svetlana, Poskrebyshev."

The importance of this photo is in the identity of "unknown". The first person on the left in the back row. He is the key to WWIII 1946. His name is Sergo Peshkova. If he would not have been born in Moscow in 1895 on May 2nd the following would never have happened.

Sergo Peshkov

As a boy Sergo is fascinated by birds and flight. All he dreams about is is feeling the wind on his face and the freedom of the hawk and eagle. When he first hears that man is trying to fly he is obsessed with all things related to putting man and machine together in a glorious harmony that can transcend gravity. He dreams of soaring with the hawks and kestrels on his grandfathers farm.

During the summer of 1910 he designs a glider at the farm. On July 16th, 1910 he hauls it to the roof of the barn and launches it straight into the ground. He loses sight in his right eye. He will never fly again.

His fascination with all things flight related remains and as a young man he devours anything related to the war in the air during World War One. In 1915 he tries and fails to enter the world of academia. Although brilliant his lack of any knowledge outside of flying dooms him from the start. His obsession with all things related to flight has severely narrowed his options in life.

He follows some of his boyhood friends and becomes a member of the Communist Party and because of his native brilliance rises in the ranks. When he is not working he is studying flight and air warfare. He never marries and from all accounts was celibate all his life. He lived and breathed flying machines, rockets and eventually jets.

He catches Stalin's eye at one of dictators infamous parties. No one knows why he is at the party for he neither drinks, smokes, takes drugs or is interested in sex. This of course attracts the bully in Stalin and he corners Sergo and starts to relentlessly tease him. Someone in the crowd trying to impress Stalin, mentions Sergo's passion for flight and in an attempt to humiliate Sergo further Stalin calls on the leading expert in the field Mikhail Gurevich. Gurevich is the G in MiG.

Gurevich is bullied into quizzing the unfortunate Sergo and to every-ones amazement Sergo proves to be up to the task and dazzles Gurevich with his knowledge.

For whatever reason Stalin takes a liking to Sergo and has him transferred to his staff as a special aviation advisor and the rest as they say is history. Sergo has Stalin's ear and a brilliant mind. Both are put to masterful use in the next 36 months.

There are many who believed in the 40's that Stalin was a true communist. He was not. He was just your everyday run of the mill dictator and mass murderer. Many true communists became spies for Stalin throughout the war thinking that by helping Stalin they were creating a better world. These spies were truly amazing and were rivalled only by the British and their Ultra in gaining knowledge for their master.

By 1943 the US Atomic bomb program and the Nazi Army Research Station in Peenemünde were infiltrated and the secrets of both the Germans and Allies were pouring into the Kremlin and anything related to aircraft, flight, rockets and jets goes directly to Sergo Peshkova.
In August 1944 three United States B29 Super Fortress bombers landed in Vladivostok Russia after becoming damaged bombing Japan. They were never returned to the US and Sergo Peshkov had them all to study.

He becomes convinced that air power would be the key to any conflict with the Western powers. He learns every flight specification and nut and bolt of the B29 and any other allied plane being flown or on the drawing board. He has drawings and plans of many of the German super weapons being built or designed and he has the undivided attention of one Joseph Stalin.

Sergo turns out to be a brilliant industrialist as well. All the great minds that are wasting away in gulags all over the USSR are tested. Intelligence and dexterity tests are given to every Jew, Pole, German, gypsy, civilian, women and teenager regardless of race, creed, sex or religion. Everyone currently not active in military service or involved in the production of war materials is tested. Everyone who has a potential talent is put under the control of Sergo Peshkova. As German scientists and intellectuals are captured they are turned over to Sergo.

All blue prints, plans, models, captured weapons, prototypes etc. are transferred immediately to his care. He scours the Soviet society for talented people and gathers them all in secret production facility behind the Urals. He is called the Czar of Technology behind his back.

As the Nazis are pushed further and further from the motherland Stalin begins to think about the future after Hitler. Stalin listens to Sergo Peshkova and gives him what he needs to prepare for the next war.
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Posted 18 September 2011 - 01:58 AM

This is just a story. I would suggest that you enjoy it or ignore it.

There are a number of other forums where I have answered literally thousands of questions. If you are interested in reading them then Google "WWIII 1946". A couple of us have been working on this for a while now and all the questions have been answered. You may not like the answers but that'a the way it goes.

I intend to just present the story here and will not rehash all the discussions of the past.

This is for entertainment purposes only and I hope you enjoy this story. If you don't enjoy it then please ignore it and move on to other pursuits.

I will not be answering any questions.

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 02:28 AM

How does this massive secretive mobilisation get past Brixmis, USmis, allied millitary missions to Germany on the ground, who are currently running around Germany?


The answer is in the goats Urgh. Sergo Peshkov sent an elite group of Soviet paratroopers on a covert mission to Greece. They linked up with communist forces there and set about searching out goats with special talents. Peshkov knowing that goats without a goat handler is like having a plane without wings, sets his intelligence agents to scouring Greece for their foremost goat herder. Milos αγόρι κατσίκα, was a strapping young man, that had since a young age shown an inate ability to handle goats. His neighbors claim he stump broke his first goat at the tender, young age of three. Unfortunately, Milos, was an avowed anti-communist and refused to put his skills to work for Peshkov and the Soviet Union. He was kidnapped and smuggled out of Greece and secretly imprisoned in an isolated Siberian prison camp. There he underwent brainwashing and torture in an attempt to get him to use his goat hearding skills to assist mother Russia in her quest for world domination.
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Posted 18 September 2011 - 08:41 PM

Ahh the goats...think it wise then to beat a hasty retreat and let the sci fi guy carry on... Novels even novels need background checks on facts or it becomes as daft as urqhs goat..mind you my goat is real ...true...and riddled with real folk..

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 08:48 PM

Actually..doesnt happen often...i apologise hairog...I didnt realise I was in quill and ink..just looked at new posts..so accept my apology. Still say humint brixmis would have tripwired though..its what they did..no unusual movements or activities ever got past them in Germany up to 1991

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 09:32 PM

No problem Urgh.
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Posted 18 September 2011 - 09:37 PM

Police Report
December 21, 1945
Santa Fe, NM
19:10 hours
Corner of 5th and Yardley
Officer Patina Badge 582

White male 25 years old was hit and run. Victim was killed instantly by a dark Ford traveling at a high rate of speed East on 5th.

Victim identified as Army Sgt. Jerome Wilcox of Dixon, IL. No other information was available.

Body was claimed and picked up at 23:26 hours by a special squad led by Major John Jones US Army. No id # given.

No further investigation authorized.

End of report per Chief of Police Winston Jackson of the Santa Fe Police Department.Police Report
December 21, 1945
Santa Fe, NM
19:10 hours
Corner of 5th and Yardley
Officer Patina Badge 582

White male 25 years old was hit and run. Victim was killed instantly by a dark Ford traveling at a high rate of speed East on 5th.

Victim identified as Army Sgt. Jerome Wilcox of Dixon, IL. No other information was available.

Body was claimed and picked up at 23:26 hours by a special squad led by Major John Jones US Army. No id # given.

No further investigation authorized.

End of report per Chief of Police Winston Jackson of the Santa Fe Police Department.
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 12:26 AM

Police Report
December 26, 1945
Delavan, MI
02:32
Snuffies Bar
589 12th Ave.
Officer Norm Smyth Badge 102
White male 23 years old was stabbed to death in an apparent mugging outside Snuffies Bar.
Victim identified as Lt. Marvin Boyson of Delavan. Stationed in NM and home on leave.
Body was claimed by US Army Major John Jones and was not released to family pending Army investigation.
No further investigation is authorized.
End of report per Chief of Police Grady Monahan.
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 11:35 PM

Western Union

Urgent Your Eyes Only …………………………..STOP

Gadget assembly teams not able to function STOP
Locate others and seek shelter STOP
Highest priority STOP
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Posted 23 September 2011 - 12:11 AM

January, 2 1946
Pentagon
Washington, DC

Sergeant, get me General Hightower now.

Holy **** Jim. I have more than a dozen reports on my desk and they all involve the deaths of 15 of the 22 assembly team personnel and the crippling of another 4. Someone has been targeting our assembly teams for the gadget when they went home on leave over the holidays.

We have a mole and they have fingered our assembly teams. All the other gadget personnel are locked away in Los Alamos but these guys were allowed to go home. Whoever they are they just crippled our program and I’m sure the Reds know it. It could be 6 months before we find the talent we need. We are really screwed.

Yeah you said it. I gotta call the Admiral. He can get the word to the President. Yeah you take care too Jim.
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Posted 28 September 2011 - 11:24 PM

............................Top Secret For Your Eyes Only........................

The Kremlin
January 23, 1946

This transmission is to be read to Headquarters staff at 1500 hours

Our former allies, the so called Western Democracies, have demobilized entire armies and have sent many of their armed forces home. The US and England have a fraction of their former forces stationed on the European mainland. They mistakenly believe that their so called Atomic Bomb has altered our plans.

Our glorious leader, Tovarishch Stalin, has given us of his vision of a worldwide workers paradise led by his guiding hand.

He does not fear the Atomic bomb. He has seen the devastation it has brought to untold numbers of innocent victims he does not fear its wrath.

Although he has no doubt that our armed forces can storm through the blasted hulk of the former Germany and France to liberate the suppressed workers of Europe, he does not want to use force unless absolutely necessary. Recent events have forced his hand and the very existence of soviet society is being threatened.

Our former Allies have made a fateful blunder and the world shudders at the consequences and prospect of another World War. They have rejected our rightful demands regarding Manchuria, Turkey and the liberation of Eastern Europe. In a stupendous miscalculation the US has base a squadron of B29 Super Fortresses in West Germany in an attempt to intimidate us. The B29 is an offensive weapon not a defensive weapon. There can be only one conclusion and that is that they intend to use their Atomic bomb in a sneak attack on the Motherland we hold so dear.

They continue to gather former German scientists and their wonder weapons and have been stealing them away to work on even more destructive weapons and delivery systems. We must act and we must act now. The situation will only get worse as time passes.

We need to create a buffer so that the motherland is never subject to attack again. Our vision is that all future wars will be fought in the no man’s land that is the former Nazi homeland and as long as capitalism survives there will be more wars. It's all a matter of where and when these wars will be fought because Capitalism and Communism cannot occupy the same space.

Some say the second atomic bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki in an attempt to intimidate us and to reinforce the power of the atom bomb in our mind. In addition it was to demonstrate that America has not only one but many bombs and is ready to use them. Tovarishch Stalin is calling their bluff.

Today we received word through our massive network of agents that American has a total of only 6 nuclear bombs. Now is the time to strike and to save the motherland from nuclear destruction. We have to attack now before they gain more of these monstrous weapons and use them.

We will no longer allow the West to dictate its will on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and our glorious leader Tovarishch Stalin. He will once and for all remove the threat to Mother Russia. No longer will there be a gun pointed at his head from West Germany.

.................................End of Transmission................................
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Posted 02 October 2011 - 11:40 PM

April 1st, 1946 13:00 hours
White House briefing room
Washington DC

“Mr. President thank you for your time. I have just a few facts and observations for you today. My purpose is to inform you of what we believe is an imminent threat. We believe that our former ally, the USSR, is planning a sneak attack. We believe that the attack will start on or before May 15th, 1946.

We believe that we have discovered a spy ring in Los Alamos, NM and in other Manhattan Project facilities. We fear that certain facts have been passed on to the NKVD and from there to Stalin himself. These facts include

1. The actual number of functional Mark III atomic bombs.
2. The time it takes to assemble these bombs.
3. The exact weight and configuration of these bombs.
4. The number of assembly teams available and their locations and identities
5. The number of specially designed B29 bombers that can carry the devices.
6. The number and location of the pits needed to load the devices into the bomber.
7. How many hours of shelf life these devises have before they have to be disassembled and then reassembled again.

What this means is that Stalin may no longer fear the Atomic bomb in its present form. He now knows how vulnerable these devices and the bombers that deliver them are.

We also have reason to believe that he is in possession of information as to how many devices our own military believes is necessary to defeat the Soviet Army. The lowest estimate is in the order of 70 and all 70 must be 100 percent efficient. So in reality this means at least 140 devices minimum are needed.

We further believe that the basing of the B29s in West Germany was a grave error on our part and gives Stalin the causa belli that he needs to convince his military and populous that we are going to attack first. This in turn leads to the conclusion that he must attack us first before we can use our atomic bombs. It appears to be a terrible misunderstanding that could cause WWIII.

In addition 19 out of the 22 member of the assembly teams have been attacked and 15 have been killed. Someone knew the identities and importance of those individuals. There "accidents" have crippled our Atomic bomb program for at least 6 months.”

“That is grave new indeed. Can you elaborate on the 7 facts for me?”

“Of course sir.

“1. We only have 4 devices. Yes that is correct sir only 4. We had 6 but of course we used 2 on Japan.
2. It takes over 2 days to assemble the device.
3. The two different models weight 8,900 and 10,000 lbs each. Yes sir they are very large and that is why we need the pits to load them.
4. Currently we only have 2 trained assembly teams and as I told you earlier they have been put out of action for at least 6 months.
5. We have 12 Silver Plate B29s that are capable of loading the Mark III atomic bomb.
6. The two pits we have are in the Okinawa and England.
7. The devices have to be use within 48 hours of assembly.

I know its a lot to comprehend. I can see your upset Sir. Can we talk again tomorrow so you have a chance to digest the report and its ramifications.”

“This is your assessment and the assessment of your team Admiral is it not?”

“Why yes sir … of course.”

“Don’t take this the wrong way Admiral but I have a dozen reports on my desk just his month that tell me that Old Joe is going to attack and dozens more from months past. Yet he has not done so. This new information about the atomic bomb program is without a doubt the most distressing but I still don’t have enough to convince the congress to slow down the demobilization and to make our boys spend more time away from their families and civilian lives after years of giving everything for their country.

As you said Admiral I will have to take your advice under advisement. It is politically impossible to even slow up the demobilization process at this time. I just hope to god you are wrong.”
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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:24 PM

Demobilization

Dear god look at these clowns. They don’t even make good policemen much less soldiers. I bet the guy at the check point can’t even load his gun much less aim and shoot. Time for me to join the rest of my buddies and get out of the Army and cash in on that GI Bill. I’ve got plenty of points from my time in combat. Man will you look at that guy. He couldn’t fight his way out of a paper bag. Where did they get these guys?


“Hey bud, Where you from?”
“Wisconsin”
“Kill many krauts there”
“Screw you *******”

He looks down at the report in his hands.

“The replacements coming to Europe were not only unskilled but, in increasing numbers, untrained. In November and December 1945, 95 percent of USFET's requisitions were for men with technical service specialties. Of those who arrived only 13 percent had such qualifications, and not in any high degree.

Beginning in January, replacements were shipped after eight weeks of branch immaterial training, which did not attempt to go beyond qualification with the Ml rifle, personal hygiene and sanitation, and "orientation for occupation duty with emphasis on discipline.

The theater inspector general made inspections in Paris, Metz, and several areas of Germany and reported the following:

Discipline is generally poor and at this time is below desirable standards. Definite responsibility for maintaining discipline where troops of various arms and services are stationed has not been satisfactorily established.

Incident to the shortage of personnel, the majority of replacements are not receiving additional disciplinary basic training as expected.

Many young officers command important installations and units.”

Jesus this army was a mess. Even he could see that. Most of these guys never saw combat. All of the old hands shipped out long ago. They were down to guys with 35 points for gods sake.

Time to get out. All the good stuff was looted anyway. Sure wish he could have had a crack at Berlin. The Reds got most of the good stuff there.
Untrained troops and not enough of them. Now was a good time for the Reds to attack. Good thing we had the A bomb. That would stop them in their tracks. Yeah it was time to get out.
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Posted 12 October 2011 - 12:11 AM

Memo
To: Polar Bear
From: Cyclops

Troop strengths

We currently have 22 divisions in Europe. The British have 12 and the French 8. Almost all are at half strength. Even a relatively small force of 60 full strength Soviet divisions would cut through our lines like a hot knife through butter. Our air force is in better shape with 10,000 frontline aircraft worldwide.

Our demobilization effort was wildly successful. Five months after VJ Day 8.5 million Allied soldiers had been demobilized.

In contrast our estimates are that the Soviets have 66 full strength divisions that can attack at anytime. Within 30 days they can mobilize a total of 273 war strength divisions and by D-day + 60 they can deploy 270 divisions in Europe, 42 in the Middle East and 49 in the Far East. They have over 14,000 frontline aircraft in service currently.

Their satellites states have 84 of what we would consider 2nd line divisions with another 850 aircraft. More than enough to attack Greece and Italy.

“jees Frank not another one of your “the sky is falling” memos. You know the Whitehouse is ignoring all your chicken little crap.”

“I’m just doing my job Jim and passing on what information we have gathered out in the field. Whether someone takes us seriously or not is not my problem…until the Reds attack that is. Then they’ll try and pin it on me. So that’s why I keep sending the memos that no one reads. CYA my man CYA.
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Posted 20 October 2011 - 02:27 AM

May 2nd, 1946
05:42 hours
Advanced Signal Corps Station
West Germany

Sorry to wake you sir but we have multiple bogeys coming in from the East.

Yes sir I agree it probably is the Soviets returning to their duty stations in East Germany from the May Day Parade in Moscow. I apologize for bothering you and under normal circumstances I won't have called. If you remember sir the general orders we received about the threat of a Soviet surprise attack sometime in May? Well sir the trouble is that I estimate that there are a whole hell of a lot of more returning aircraft than left.

I would estimate that there are over 10 times more. They don't have the landing fields for all those planes under normal circumstances.

Yes sir we checked the calibration on the SCR-584 and it is working just fine. No sir I haven't been drinking. Yes sir I will await further orders.


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Posted 21 October 2011 - 12:21 AM

May 2nd, 1946
06:47 hours
US HQ
Bonn Germany

A captain with fear in his eyes and shaking hands practically rips a phone out of the wall in his haste to call his HQ commander. He is virtually alone in the HQ. The few others present stop what they are doing and stare at the captain in open astonishment as he screams into the phone.

“SIR ALL COMMUNICATIONS ARE CUT … IT HAPPENED ABOUT TEN MINUTES AGO… Yes sir, sorry sir I’ll calm down.

We also have reports of a massive attack on our forward air bases all over West Germany. A number of bases have lost phone contact and we are not receiving any signals of any kind.

What was that sir?

Yes I estimate that 75% of our forward bases are either under attack or have been destroyed. No sir I wish to god this was a drill.

Yes sir it is my professional opinion that we are under a massive attack and that the Reds have started WWIII. No sir I have no idea why they have attacked nor what their objectives are.”

One of his colleagues hands him a message.

“Excuse me a second sir...It appears that we now have Red Army units that are now crossing the border under a heavy rolling artillery barrage. Yes sir the report says that our units are being destroyed where they stand. Sir we must pull back and fight a delaying action. We cannot stand up to this initial attack with the units we have.

Hell sir all of the units are at half strength how are we supposed to stop a Soviet S2 heavy tank with our pop guns. Most of our heavy artillery was destroy by those flying tanks that came screaming in at 250mph and spitting 23mm cannon shells and rockets. What sir... OK I got it…Sturmoviks… they are called Sturmoviks.

My question for you is where is our air cover? These freekin Stormo...whatever the hell they're called are all over us. You can't shoot them down from the ground. They're like flying tanks and they are killing our armor and any strong points we setup. It's like 1940 with us as the French. We need air support.

I don't even know if we can pull back without air cover. We need air cover and we need it now. We are dead meat with these things flying around.”
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Posted 22 October 2011 - 10:31 PM

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Posted 22 October 2011 - 11:23 PM

I've held my tongue again until now...

Look, if you're going to do this - at least get it right!

We also have reports of a massive attack on our forward air bases all over West Germany


Where??? Not in 1946 there wasn't!

It would be the "American Occupied Zone"....

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Posted 23 October 2011 - 01:16 AM

Bonn was in the British Zone, IIRC, USFET HQ was at Frankfurt.

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Posted 23 October 2011 - 01:32 AM

May 2nd, 1946
03:00 Eastern Standard time
White House
Washington, D.C.

Sorry to wake you mister President but our worst fears have come true the Soviets have attacked all along the front in Western Germany.

Do you remember our briefing in April sir? Yes it is all starting to happen just as we feared. Our frontline troops are being overrun (god help them) and our air assets were caught on the ground. Yes sir just like Pearl. Pretty amazing how we keep getting our clock cleaned by surprise attacks. Luckily they have no long range bombers and fighters for any kind of strategic attack but they have a hell of a tactical and operational reach.

Our troops are getting slaughtered sir. I urgently suggest that we implement the plan that the Joint Chiefs were discussing for just this eventuality. It's pretty hard to brief you in your pajamas sir. Well the short version is we fallback and do a fighting retreat. We need the order now to fallback sir and to try and save as many as possible.

Yes sir I know it will mean abandoning millions of our allies to the communists. I agree with you sir but staying and fighting will just get us killed at this point. We must fall back to in order to survive to fight another day. As you recall sir we only have 22 divisions and they are at half strength. The estimate is we are facing upwards of 100 divisions between the Soviets and their red allies.

You know sir Albania, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria. Yes sir all those Balkan countries. They are well equipped and trained enough to take out Italy and Greece who are just about our only allies besides France on the Northern Mediterranean coast.

Sir may I suggest that we don't have time for this now. I highly recommend that you order a general withdrawal towards France. A fighting withdrawal would sound better to the press. We need to do it now.

Thank you sir.

Major Grabowski get your ass in here. Issue general order 4598 authorizing a fighting retreat towards France for all allied forces now in Germany. We will make our first stand on the Rhine.

You made the right decision sir. It will save countless lives in the end. Yes sir I will have a briefing set up for 06:00.
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Posted 23 October 2011 - 11:12 PM

May 2nd, 1946
6:00 am
War Room
The White House
Washington, DC

Please sit down. General please brief us on the situation.
Thank you sir. It appears as though the Soviets have decided to fulfill their goal of a worldwide workers paradise staring with Europe. They have launched a full scale surprise attack all along the West German border. Their stated aim to the world is to rid Germany of the B29 base we have constructed stating that "It is an obvious provocation that must be eliminated". We have no reason to believe that they have any plan to stop their attack once the base has been overrun which at the rate they are advancing will be next week.

What forces we have left in Europe were at half strength. On paper we have 22 divisions and 500 frontline tactical combat aircraft. of those 22 divisions only 2 are anywhere near combat ready. In the initial attack we lost 75% of our aircraft and 10 divisions on the frontline are out of communication at this time.

The Soviets are attacking in army and corps strength. We believe that have over 60 full front line divisions facing us in Germany with up to 7,000 frontline fighters and ground attack aircraft.

We have reports of large gaps in our front lines with Soviet heavy armor pouring through. They appear to be after our supply depots. The situation is very similar to the opening days of the Battle of the Bulge. This time however we have to contend with an enemy who can match our tactical and operational level air power plane for plane. We do not and will not have air superiority for the immediate future and neither will they.

Our artillery ordinance and fire control are superior to theirs. They have the numbers however and have used it very effectively. As of last reports their massed artillery parks are able to overcome our fewer, more sophisticated artillery arm. As you all know it is a matter of combined arms. Kind of a Rock Paper Scissors situation and right now they have two trump cards which I will get to in a moment.

The reports are that casualties are very high. So far the Soviets are using conventional weapons and systems. No biological or chemical weapons have been reported or even suspected. No secret or unexpected weapons are in use. Our strategic weapons systems are still relatively good order in the US and England.

Our nuclear capabilities are on a need to know basis and those of you who have clearance will be briefed later.

In any event we will not be using Atomic bombs in Europe at this time. I'm sure our allies would rather be "Red than Dead" as I've heard some peaceniks chant. We know that the Soviets have penetrated the inner workings of our nuclear weapons program and know our best kept secrets. Secrets that we cannot even tell you at this time. They know how many bombs we have and exactly what the circumstances are for their use.

Earlier I mentioned that they have two trump cards at this time that they have laid on the table. The first is their heavy tanks. Their model T44 and S3 are far superior to anything we have in Europe at this time. Our M4A2 76 are hopelessly out classed and we are in the middle of phasing out the tank destroyer doctrine which some call a "dismal failure". We so have some Pershing M26 Heavy/Medium tanks that have engaged their heavies with disastrous results. We were able to counter the German heavy tanks with a combination of tactical air power and artillery.

Currently against the Reds both of those options have been negated and we are having a tough time stopping their heavy armor. The Soviet T44 and S3 are virtually unstoppable at this point from any range outside of point blank. Luckily they are in limited numbers and appear to be not very reliable.

The main armor the Soviets are using is the T34 85. A veteran of many a battle in the previous war. It still outclasses our best armor in every category and it is being deployed in huge numbers.

Our only defense to Soviet armor is close in assault tactics using bazookas and high explosive charges place directly on the vehicle. Obviously this is not acceptable and we must find a solution to counter this very real advantage.

Our previous solutions including the use of massive tactical air power and artillery barrage are not available at this time due to lack of air superiority and counter battery fire on a massive scale by the Soviet guns.

Their other advantage at the moment is in their sheer overwhelming numbers. We are well matched in the air and out manned 3 to one on the ground. Their standard frontline fighters are equal to ours in both performance and numbers on a tactical basis...

What was that Congressman?

What I mean by tactical are the actions that are close to the battle field. Tactical weapons are things like, rifles, machine guns, bazookas, ground attack aircraft, tanks. Things that are used on a small scale are close in to the battlefield and short timelines. In the case of the fighters to make it simple I'll say within sight of the ground. Their fighters are as good as ours in the lower to medium altitudes. We do have an advantage higher up but I will talk about that later.

Does that answer your question for now Congressman? Yes sir, my pleasure.

We too have advantages but we cannot bring them to bear at the moment. We have bid our time and use them as soon as we can. Our naval power is unrivaled and they will never be able to match us in sheer numbers and quality. Unfortunately the Soviets have all the resources they need contained on their own landmass. They have no need for shipping. No need for a navy.

Our navy gives us the same advantages that the British Empire had over its rivals. Mobility and the ability to hit anywhere at anytime on any coast. We can hit and run or hit and stay at our leisure as long as we have control or even parity in the air space over the battlefield.

Our second advantage is mobility. Our ground forces are faster and more mobile in every category. If the situation calls for maneuver we have the advantage. As I said before our navy gives us the capability to hit them anywhere at anytime within 400 miles of a coast along with the logistics to support a full scale invasion such as the D-Day operation.

Our third advantage is our strategic bomber force. We pounded the Nazis into surrender and we intend to do the same to the Soviets. We just have to get ourselves into position to accomplish this objective. I'm sure the Soviets have learned their lessons from WWII and are preparing counter measures as we speak. Our B29s along with their escorts can fly higher than their current frontline fighters can reach and have a 1600 mile range with escorts. If we fly without escorts the range increases by 400 miles. Until they produce a counter to our bomber force they are at a great disadvantage. As I said earlier I am sure they are aware of the problem.

They are currently in possession of 3 B29s and have had them since 1944.....

Yes Admiral ... they acquired them in the Far East Theater when our bombers were forced to land in Soviet territory during bombing raids on Japanese forces. So far they have come up with many excuses to delay their return. I’m sure the point is mute now.
If I may continue sir...thank you.

The point is that they have been studying the Super Fortress for almost a year and know it's capabilities and vulnerabilities.
They have very limited strategic air power assets. We have reason to believe that they have gathered a fair number of former German scientists, blue prints, designs and prototypes. They seem to be particularly interested in guided rockets.

Yes Senator...Yes I said guided rockets. The Germans were very advanced and tested numerous models. We can brief you offline later Senator.
We have been studying just this situation for the last 4 months and were about to publish our first draft. I would suggest that it is now our final draft.

Major Wilkes will now take over the briefing.

Good morning,
As General Knock said I am Major Wilkes.

The series of plans we will present today were developed to counter a Soviet invasion of Western Europe and The Middle East...Yes General?

... Yes sir we expect the Soviets to attack in the Middle East as well and soon for various reasons which will become apparent.

Yes sir. Thank you sir. May I continue? Thank you sir.

The best and most complete plan we have is a draft of Plan Griddle.

The Soviets hold all the cards right now and we project that they will overrun Western Europe with the exception of Brittan within 60 days given our force levels and logistics capabilities.....

If we can please have order in the room. Please can we all calm down and I will expand on our reasoning. Please sit down.

Thank you. I know you have lots of questions. More than we have answers I'm sure. Gentlemen please calm down. This is the best and only plan we have currently and I strongly suggest that we hold off all the questions until after the briefing.

As I was saying, we foresee that the Red Army will be able to overrun all of Germany, France and the Low Countries in 60 days given our military capabilities. Our British friends are in agreement and are preparing their air defenses for another Battle of Britain. The situation is very similar to 1940 in the short run. We will be able to slow them down as will their own logistics challenges. Our plan is to add to those challenges but realistically we will not be able to stop them until we gain our strength back and form a coherent defensive line.

For now that is all we can tell you. Everything else would be conjecture. We have to take inventory of our losses and how fast we can reconstitute the greatest fighting force the world has ever seen... that is currently getting it's ass kicked.

Thank you Gentlemen that is all.
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Posted 02 November 2011 - 09:21 PM

Joint Chiefs of Staff Meeting
May 3rd, 1946
Washington, DC
07:30
Be seated gentlemen.

You few have been selected to hear the unvarnished truth about our current situation concerning our current nuclear capabilities. You will be found guilty of treason if any of this information leaves this room. Am I clear?!

Let's begin then.

We currently have 4 Atomic bombs ready for assembly. Under normal circumstances they take 2 days to assemble and they have to be used within 48 hours or they have to be taken apart some components replaced and then put back together again.

The bombs are massive and weight over 10,000 lbs each. Only specially designed B29s can deliver them. The B29s have a range of 3200 miles. They can be escorted up to 2000 miles. We currently have 12 of them.

The Atomic bomb is so big that it can only be loaded on the B29 by placing the bomb in a specially designed pit. Then the bomber has to be towed over this pit and the bomb lifted into the bomber. Currently we have two of these pits. One on Okinawa an one in England.

Hopefully this goes a long way in answering why we just don't bomb Moscow and a dozen or so cities and get this war over with.

1. We only have 4 bombs.
2. Not all of them will work as designed.
3. Not all of them will reach the target.
4. The Soviets have a very good air defense system at levels below 25,000 with a fighter force equal to ours.
5. They have had 2 years to study the B29.
6. It will take time to assemble a large enough raid to test their air defence system.
7. There are very few airfields in Europe designed to use the B29.
8. They have assassinated 80% of our Atomic bomb assembly team members.
9. There was and still probably is a spy in the Atomic bomb program and they have all the information I just told you.

Theoretically we could just fly higher than 32,000, feet the current operational height of their frontline fighters. As previously mentioned they have had access to 3 B29s for 2 years and have certainly tried and in their mind, found a solution to the treat of a nuclear attack. Otherwise they would be foolish to attack now.

We have to determine what that defense is and how to neutralize it.

Conservative estimate is that we will be ready to use our greatest weapons in no less than 6 months. In the meantime we are at an extreme disadvantage in conventional forces.

Basically we have to hang on and hope for the best until then.
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