Третья мировая война 1946 - Красная волна - Сталин атак впервые - Альтернативная история

Третья мировая война 1946 - Красная волна - Сталин атак впервые - Альтернативная история
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Friday, June 22, 2012

Paratroopers! by Ranger Elite


Scandinavia in WWIII, 1946

1025
Field Headquarters for Kenraali Aksel Airo
Outside Helsinki, Republic of Finland


Even with the help of the very well-meaning Swedes and Norwegians, Aksel had known that this was the only possible outcome from the very beginning, and had prepared for it accordingly. New caches of weapons and war materiel had once again been pre-positioned so that his elite Sissi troopers and other patriots would be able to bleed the Soviet pigs dry, a little at a time. His only goal since his release has been to do just that: make the Soviets pay for his suffering at the hands of their lackeys in Valpo and make sure his nation stays free. It worked for a while, and with Swedish help, they were even able to take the fight to the Russian pigs, but the Soviets merely did what the Russians have always done through history, and poured men and machines into the fight until they overwhelmed their enemies. The Kenraali was determined to mitigate their numerical superiority by using aggressive guerrilla tactics to demoralize their troops. In addition, Kenraali Airo had absolutely NO intention of being incarcerated again, for he knew that he would not survive this time. He knew that in order for his plan to work, he needed to stay free and direct the battles that loomed ahead. This time, he would not heed the word of the cowards that deigned to call themselves the “duly constituted authority”... in his estimation, they gave up the fight far too soon...

From outside his command tent, General Airo could hear the loud droning of aircraft engines, a lot of them, and began to hear shouts of “Paratroopers!”, followed by his aide rushing in and telling the General what he already knew, that they must leave, and quickly. They hurriedly began smashing radio equipment and setting fire to the papers and the tent, leaving only with a small briefcase in one hand, and his Colt M1911 pistol in the other. He assumed that the Soviets would try something like this, so now he would activate his chain of safe houses all throughout the country.

It seemed like hours before they arrived at the first safe house, some distance to the north of his former headquarters, only to find it ransacked and the area lousy with Soviet NKVD troops. How could this be? He thought to himself that he had meticulously planned everything himself, only telling the few people that he trusted, and never confiding in anyone from the civilian government. Someone close to him had betrayed him, and God Himself will not help this person once Aksel catches him. Into the only refuge he had left to him now he went, the deep forest hides, into which no sane person would enter willingly. This was going to be a long war.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Diary of Burt Post Sept. 14th, 1946

Not much going on today. Rumors of a major battle over the skies of Britain. Wish them well. Apparently we can't be of much help for some reason. Production problems, political ministrations by the those Southern Senators, who knows. Imagine purposefully not helping an old friend and ally just so a sitting president won't get re-elected. Just to make him look bad. It's nothing but treasonous in time of war if you ask me.

 Maxine is becoming a wife again. Before she was just a mother but now she is cooking and cleaning again. We made love for the first time after the birth of Ede. Very nice to hold the women you love in your arms once again. She seems to enjoy herself. I know I do.

 Read an article in the NY Times about a tiger in India. Killed 17 villagers before someone shot it. As if they don't have enough trouble there with the rebellion or quest for freedom, depending on who you talk to. I'm glad the US never really had any empire outside of Philippines and Cuba anyway. What a mess the Philippines was.

Although that Smedly Butler made a great case in the 30s that while he was a Marine he was just an enforcer for American business concerns who acted like gangsters like the American Fruit Company and Standard Oil. When every something didn't go their way they called in the Marines just like they were their own special police force or gang enforcers. We've made a lot of enemies all over the world including many countries in Central and South America. I know the leaders are on our side but what about the people. Communism might seem mighty tempting to a peasant working 16 hour days in some rich guys silver mine while his family starves thanks to the company store. Come to think of it that is mighty close to our own coal mines.

 There were a large number of strikes before this war. It could happen again if we don't win it soon. I don't think the American public is going to stand for another long drawn out war like the last one. I guess we have to use the atomic bomb on them. I wonder why we haven't done so already. Well I guess they have their reasons.

 I got a letter from Fred Schneider's wife. He died last week. He was involved with the atomic program I believe. She didn't say but from the tone of the letter it sounded like Fred got a dose of something real bad. Just like those awful pictures from Japan before they started to censor things. I got the feeling from her hand writing that she was sick too as was little Fred Jr. Such a shame Fred was way too young to die. Glad I stuck with paper. Can't die too easily from a paper cut.