This alternate history takes place in 1920 where England, Poland and Germany go to war against Russia.
Seeing communist Russia as a threat to newly independent Poland and asked Germany to help attack Russia in return for protection from the French and said that it would count as their reparations.
General Montgomery and General Rommel gathered together. Montgomery pointed to the map and said "A line of machine gun trenches and artillery around Poland will meet the German line which will then meet up with the French line, making a Russian attack impossible."
"That's defense sorted but we don't declare war just to sit in our defenses all day! Believe me, I know!" Rommel replied.
Montgomery added "I don't know about you, but England will attack Azerbajan from our Middle-Eastern possessions and capture Sevastapol from there, cutting off Russia's supplies. Poland will launch an attack on Estonia and then capture Leningrad."
Rommel pondered for a moment and then decided "We shall surround moscow with a lighting fast attack where our combined forces will seize the city."
English Campaign - Baku
The English reached Baku the following day and began heavy bombardment. English Infantry charged into the city, not knowing that the rubble provided perfect hiding places for the defenders. The 8th Australian division entered a narrow street and was surrounded by the Soviet defenders. It was then when the Australian's had the upper hand, they used the rubble as shelter and defeated wave after wave of soviets only taking small losses until, the Australians ran out of ammunition. The Australian division fitted bayonets to their rifles and attempted to break out, it was then that hand to hand combat started with the Australians being pushed back to the centre until a well-timed but badly placed shell blew up the Russian and Australian division.
The English decided that an infantry attack would be suicide and started intense bombardment from the heaviest artillery the English had until, after a month more bombardment, the Soviets tried to break out of the encirclement and were cut down by the machine guns, ending the Battle of Baku.
Polish Campaign - Estonia Offensive
The Polish heavy guns started preparation fire on the Estonian capital and attacked with their infantry. The 1st Polish Infantry battalion marched into the cities and defeated many Estonian defenders. The Poles were surprised when the amount of Estonian defenders decreased and the Russian defenders increased. A Polish reconnaissance plane detected a supply line keeping Estonia alive.
To counter this, the 9th Polish Cavalry division was sent to intercept it. The hapless Russians who marched to Estonia believing their path to be unknown were easy pickings for the Cavalry. The Cavalry smashed into the Russian ranks and dispersed and chased off some of the army until they were forced to withdraw to the rear of enemy lines and attack the unguarded food supplies.
This had a dramatic affect on the Battle of Estonia which allowed the Polish to capture the city with little resistance. The returning Cavalry warned of an approaching Russian counter-attack and pledged to do their best to slow them down.
English Campaign - Sevastapol
The English navy blockaded Sevastapol and began a shore bombardment which was followed up by an Artillery bombardment. The bombardment from both land and sea was directed upon the great fortress of Sevastapol. The English received heavy counter-battery from the Russians but it did minor damage. As the fortress began to crumble, the Russian counter attack broke out of the English lines and destroyed the English artillery. The English were now trapped.
Thanks to English naval dominance, their convoys was allowed to bring supplies in and keep the battle going while the English tried to break out.
Every street of Sevastapol either had a pillbox or a trench dug into and due to the fact that England was trapped in a city that they haven't yet captured, the battle was a confusing and costly one. The Canadian 2nd Infantry division withdrew to a house where they found a group of Soviets. They simultaneously surrendered to each other.
Polish Campaign - Estonia Defensive
The Polish soldiers in Estonia had dug in for the defensive and were relatively well prepared, despite having no machine guns and only a few heavy guns. The Polish Cavalry started hit-and-run raids against the Russian Infantry and forced them to retreat to their trenches. The Cavalry chased them... into a trap. The Polish Cavalry was attacked by the Russian artillery. A Cavalry man swiveled away from the Artillery shells but his horse tripped over and lodged him into a Russian trench. The Russians pointed Rifles to his head and he said "SURPRISE" and let off a grenade.
The Russians arrived at Estonia and found the Polish had deep trenches, barbed wire, land mines and sandbags prepared to fight anything the Russians threw at them. The Russian's plan was to charge head-first and use their shear built of numbers to clear out the trenches. The Russian's exposed and remove the mines by stepping on them and detonating them. The Polish artillery and rifles forced the Russian attack to retreat.
The Russians dug trenches around Estonia and prepared to starve the Polish into submission but it was then that they realised, that was only part of the Polish army.
English Campaign - Bombing of Sevastapol
Unable to break through the Russian lines, the English ordered an evacuation of Sevastapol and to move up on to the city of Stalingrad. But they decided that they must carry out scorched earth and destroy the entire city. Most of the troops were evacuated and a long bombarding process took place. This time, it wasn't just Battleships and Destroyers, there was something new - the world's first bomber and the world's first aircraft carrier. It flew many sorties on the city and converted it into rubble leaving the Russians in fear of its mighty power.
Some Russians fired Artillery guns at the bomber squadrons and did some damage but lost most of their artillery.
German Campaign - Surrounding Moscow
The German army was ordered to strike. They advanced straight towards Moscow and dug a trench around the big city, trapping them in Moscow. They heavily bombarded the city hoping for it to surrender to no avail. They knew that an attack on Moscow would be suicidal by themselves, especially since they were denied heavy weaponry.
The Russians decided to break out of the encirclement and charged. They were cut down by machine guns and their fortifications weakened by artilley. The Russians kept smashing on the German lines like a wave hitting a rock - destroying themselves but will eventually succeed.
Polish Campaign - Leningrad
The Polish bombarded Leningrad and led many unsuccessful assaults trying to break through the Bolshevic defenses. The Polish captured house after house and pushed towards the government centre. The Polish Cavalry charged through the streets cutting down Russian infantry with their sabres until men jumped out with pikes and routed the Cavalry, massacring them.
The Polish needed re-enforcements and that came when Finland attacked Leningrad, hoping to gain some territory before the Polish. They attacked their eastern-border with Russia. The Fins marched from the North and the Poles from the South, squashing the Russians in between.
It was the following day that the Russians hoisted the white flag, which was replaced by the Polish flag - the first major victory of the war.
Montgomery and Rommel talk
"We are approaching victory!" Said Montgomery.
"Germany hasn't captured Berlin yet and you were kicked out of Sevastapol" Rommel replied.
"England has also captured Kiev and we are getting closer to your encirclement of Berlin. Then we wait for the Poles and attack. You can't do it yourself!" Montgomery elaborated "The Kremlin is a strong fortification that will help to stop us and the Russian winter is coming soon, we need all the help we can get."
"Finland..." Rommel said "Finland has good ski troops, they know how to fight in winter weather and will help to end the battle."
Battle of Moscow
The Germans, Poles, English and Finns started a heavy bombardment and bombing of Moscow, reducing it to near rubble before striking. First, the Polish cavalry charged and sliced some Russians down before finding out that the Russians had machine guns and sandbag emplacements and all streets were fortified. This resulted in heavy losses to the Polish.
When the snow came, the cavalry was forced to withdraw and the combined forces of England and Germany attacked. The 1st German Infantry division went down the street and saw the machine gun emplacements and opened fire, killing some of the operators and capturing it. Following that, they went on the defensive with some on machine guns and others with rifles. The Russians tried to recapture the position because German occupation meant that re-enforcements could arrive and they had access into the city.
The English captured many houses and killed the Russian soldiers only. It was then that the winter kicked in and stopped the advance. The Finns captured another machine gun emplacement and used it to stop another counterattack.
After a few days, the snow cleared and the Polish, Germans and English advanced on the Kremlin while the Finns battled for control of the machine guns. The Germans were repelled by a quick counterattack but eventually forced them back. The Polish were stuck in stalemate while the English advanced the staircase of the Kremlin.
Eventually, the English discovered Stalin and demanded "Montgomery and Rommel want to discuss the peace terms with you.
The demands were clear, Russia cedes Sevastapol to England, all captured parts remain under allied control. In addition, Joseph Stalin would be replaced by a democratically elected leader and a new tsar (England insisted). The conditions were hard to swallow but they had to take it otherwise the whole of Russia would fall.