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Axis Victorious

(The fourth book in the Axis Alternate series)
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The year is 1941, and the Axis is victorious everywhere.

The Axis powers: Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union
The Allied powers: British Empire, United States of America, Japan

Gibraltar is about to fall. Once it does, the Axis forces will spill over to Morocco. The Wehrmacht is about to land in Tripoli, and the Anglo-Americans are pouring reinforcement into Western North Africa. A titanic battle is about to erupt. The outcome of the battle will decide if the Axis can reign supreme on land in the Western Hemisphere.

On the other side of the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey will soon be invaded by the German and Russian forces, while the Red Army is poised to advance into Iran. Rommel continues his offensive into Cyrenaica and approaches the Egyptian border. The battle for the Suez Canal will decide the fate of Africa as much as the Battle for French North Africa.

From Soviet-occupied Persia will erupt a battle for yet another threatened British territory. The jewel of the Empire, India, will soon be invaded by Stalin’s minions. If the Axis can win there, the battle for Eurasia will draw to a close.

A stalemate has developed in the Far East between the Red Army and the Imperial forces, but Japan is living on borrowed time. The Red Army is a lot stronger and has a lot better forces on land. The non-stop flow of fresh troops and tanks will surely overwhelm the imperial forces. The fight for Manchuria and the Maritimes Provinces will soon be decided unless something significant happens.

And yet, the outcome of the war is undecided. The Axis can win all it wants on land in Eurasia; the Allied nations of Japan, the UK, and the USA control the sea, and they are quite safe on their islands and protected by their powerful fleets. The United Kingdom stands defiant and resist the German forces. America, the arsenal of democracy, is finally in the conflict, supplying weapons, resources, and support to Japan and the British.

The Axis is victorious, but it has not yet won the war.

Genre: Science Fiction

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