Himmler decides the best way to come to power in Germany is to make sure Germany's Neighbors would support him, so he actively seeks to find people who support his extreme nationalism and hatred for inferior races. Hungarians and the French are the most responsive, as Mussolini in Italy does not care very much about Himmler's movement, which could actively oppose his Fascist Party.
But with support in several European nations, many of whom are part German, Himmler eventually finds the opportunity right to re-emerge in Germany. The Great Depression is still hobbling the mighty German industrial machine, and millions are out of work. The Government is composed of short lived coalitions that spend more time fighting for its survival than helping the Nation as a whole. Other nations in Europe are also struggling with ineffective government and a weak economy.
Finally, Himmler uses both his German and other European Supporters to simultaneously take over several nations in Europe on November 5, 1937. By the end of the week, Himmler is named the new leader of Germany, and the Nazi movement, with the threat of force and the promise to bring prosperity, is now leading Hungary, Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Poland, Spain and Yugoslavia. Austria is merged with Germany and all the nations sign the "Berlin Alliance", which effectively subordinate them to Himmler in Berlin.
Britain, France and the Soviet Union look on this new threat warily at first, then shock as they basically become one nation. What do they do?
Created by Tbguy1992 01:59, October 7, 2010 (UTC)