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Book One World War Three 1946

Book One World War Three 1946
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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Northern Group Forces HQ

Copenhagen, Soviet Republic of Denmark
Office of General Hovhannes Bagramyanand
July 1st, 1946

Well Sasha that was a very unsatisfying campaign. I guess the Danes lost their will to fight when we destroyed their units on the front in less than 6 hours. They shouldn't have even bothered. All those young men dead to try and prove their manhood. What a shame.

We did not not even use all our units Hovan. It just seemed kind of an anti-climax after all the stories of how well the US and Englanders have fought so far. I guess we should not expect much resistance from a small overwhelmed country no matter how great their history for producing great warriors.

Ha! your just saying that because of your blond hair and blue eyes. Some Danish Viking in your past no doubt. But yes you are right I don't care how good you are with a sword or even a rifle it just doesn't help when trying to stop a T34 rushing at you at 60kph. Reminds me of those Ethiopians standing up to the Italians. The difference is that we are not Italian.

Well it's good Hovan that they surrendered so fast. Now Sokolovsky can present Stalin with a country and the keys to the Baltic to make up for this defeat by the boats of the capitalist navies.

You would do well Sasha to not forget those "boats". They might just show up where you least expect them loaded with Yankee troops looking for some revenge. Time for some action in the north I think. We have to protect our Northern flank from any funny business.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Official War Diary of General Anton Lopatin, 1st Finnish Front By Dan

30th June 1946

Orders gave been given for the Porkkala Garrison to withdraw to Vyborg. The foreign Ministry have informed the Finnish government that they have been withdrawn to assist with the Southern Front and are obliged to provide priority transport.

Orders are hereby given to deploy the 13th Guards Army constituants, (13th Guards Division, 3rd Air Army and 208th Rifle Division), to Vyborg ready to recieve them.

This transition is expected to take a week to complete with the Porkkala garrison to de-train just over the border.

I expect the order to open the 1st Finnish front to be given no later than July 10th 1946.