The Swiss are a tricky, devious people, and will not go down without a fight. Goering knows this, and he also knows that Nazi Germany will need momentum before tackling such a force. Therefore, he begins a campaign to place under his rule of all of Europe (Minus perhaps the USSR and Britain) starting with Austria, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. Years pass, nations fall, and war is declared on Germany by France and Britain. Any actual war on the part of the British and French, however, would clearly be asking too much.
Now, in early 1940, Greece, Switzerland, Scandinavia, and Britain are all that stand in the way of Germany's dominance. The United States, however, is taking more of an interest in this conflict than Goering would like. What does Goering do with his forces?
Jazon Naparleon 22:36, January 2, 2011 (UTC)