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The changes started for the Allies as soon as Rommel was killed in Tobruk by a stray fragment. Panzer leader Heinz Guderian, the predecessor of Rommel, gladly taking his position back. This happened in a day, on September 12, 1941. The same year, Heinz filed a report on the condition of troops in North Africa. Hitler, being Hitler, ordered the symbolic 'to the last man' call. In the 'ber months of 1941, Hitler became distraught with Polio and soon became too ill to lead the Reich. Hitler died mysteriously on November 8, 1941. Heinz declared the law was him, and took control. By December, the so-called Aryan dream was removed from mind and thought, and instead Heinz recruited another 3 million soldiers for the war. In the summer of 1942, Heinz pulled back from Stalingrad and decisively forced a attacking retreat across Russia, sacking Kursk and Kharkiv, Leningrad and the rest. However, two German Armies were still located in the Caucasians. The German armies held strong, but one day, as one German officer said "The smoke of tanks and the thrumm of those loud beastial engines are the best heaven on earth", referring to the two 'salvation' armies Heinz sent to break the Russians. Operation Grey Wind was in action by 1942. The four armies, a total of two million men, swarmed through the flanks and rear of the advancing Russians, whilst another three armies held retreating unconventional, demoralizing, guerrilla-warfare-like tactics on the advancing Russians. The retreating-attacking gesture drove the German morale sky high, whilst Russian morale dropped. Some muttered that they weren't in 'the motherland' anymore, why need to die for more land?' Those who did say that aloud died for it. The 1500 T34's Russia brought to the battle was up to par with the 500 Tiger 1's, 210 Tiger 2's and 600 Light and Medium Tanks, not counting the newly produced VK. series, a counter tank to the formidable T34. The Russians lost Kharkiv, Kursk, Leningrad, and soon the Germans were seeing the old memories and haunted ruins of Stalingrad. The armies simply sent an army to entrench around Stalingrad, whilst an army headed back, two armies headed to capture Russian industrial powerhouse cities, and another one moved south to restore the Caucasian foothold. Heinz set his focus now on the lost cause of an air assault, coming form the Battle of Britain. He took on radar on the horns, applying it to the coast and to the occupied countries. Heinz succeeded so far in his goal to win back Europe. He had annihilated ten Russian armies, captured 32 Industrial cities, producing more tanks, ships and planes than Hitler could have hoped for. He set his sights on two things : The Axis Powers needed an ally, one powerful enough to hold. Stalin committed suicide after learning that Stalingrad had fallen in the last day of Stalingrad, May 16, 1942. The Russians learned to accept German rule, after setting light taxes, but high quotas for mechanized equipment. Genocide wasn't introduced, as what happened in Belgium. Russian elect Arnov Gustav, a Russian-born German, led the cause against the allies along with Heinz. On August 1, 1942, the Russian Navy and German Navy, flying the same colors, embarked for Britain. Three Armies were waiting in Norway, Germany, and France. Operation Lion's Den began. The fleet met no resistance until they reached the point of vaustah, a point 200 miles form Edinburgh. The combined Navy was set upon by ten Destroyers, two battlecruisers and a ww1 era Aircraft Carrier. The SSR Voliandahr and Valhalla set upon the HMS Elgard, whilst the SMS Heinz and SMS Latvia destroyed three destroyers. 7:15 am that day, the SSR Vonli unleashed two squadrons of planes successively against four British ships, sinking one and immobilizing another. The remaining ships retreated to Edinburgh, which lost four ships that day, including one carrier. The Combined fleet lost no ships, but 172 crew, all from SMS Roullaie, which was hit by a bomb up aft, hitting a medical facility, killing 23 instantly in the blast, and killing the three-quarters of the ship's crew in the fire. The SMS Roullaie was dropped off at France, where the rest of the fleet joined up with the main fleet. The combined force was at 3412 ships, of which 1212 were naval combat ships, another thousand were support, auxiliary and merchant ships, and the last thousand were the landing craft. Two thousand airplanes supported the ships, with another thousand doing sorties across the English Channel. Twenty thousand airborne troops were prepared to be landed at select ports, to capture them, allowing the waiting fleet across the English Channel to capture the ports once the naval battle was done. On the fifth night of September, the battle for the English Channel was starting. A small whelp fleet had gathered at the mouth of the English Channel. Admiral Herring ordered the bombers and dive bombers to attack, but only half. Then he sent the wolf pack of U boats to sneak around the fleet, whilst he drove a hammer through them. The battle lasted only half a day, whilst some foolish British pilot would try to scout the fleet. The battle was uneventful, the big battleships and dreadnoughts destroying the battlecruisers and destroyers of the British Fleet, whilst a thousand or so German planes dominated the sky. By the cover of darkness, 10,000 men were landed in Edinburgh (Dover), whilst another 10000 landed to secure Falmouth, landing with 200 tanks and another 30,000 men. A total of 100,000 men landed between 4 am and 11 pm on August 6, 1942, on the south plane of Britain (Falmouth until Dover). Another 200,000 landed that week on Ipswich and Aberdeen. Cities fell with a lot of resistance, and casualties for both sides were mounting. The RAF had lost everything, for German troopers landed on the airfields whilst the planes flew sorties day in, day out. British defence was very stiff. Fighting had ground to hand-to-hand combat in various southern town. Up north, the Germans were pushing down speedily, but with heavy casualties from retreat - attacking British troops. By the winter of 1942, London was surrounded, and all the rest were either failing, surrendered or broken. EDIT ME ! DIY !