Previous Make A Quick Get Away (CYOAH)
"We have given them enough support! We must act closer to home!" Himmler states, in reference to the Japanese's plea for help. German troops plow through Africa, slaughtering all in their wake. It is a grueling five years, but with Africa being fractured into small dictatorships, not to mention the economy going downhill fast, Vichy France and Italian conquests, Himmler knew Greater Germany had too much of a foothold to not attack. Unfortunately, tens of thousands of Germans died in the campaign the whole continent is in shambles; infrastructure needs a great amount of improvement, there is very little food or clean water locally available, and much of Africa is untamed wilderness. Himmler is then faced with a decision; postpone any effort to conquer its enemies or aide its allies, and overhaul Africa; or leave it as it is and continue with world domination.
Jazon Naparleon 04:14, August 13, 2010 (UTC)