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Nazi Victory Map -PART 1- by Totentanz0 Nazi Victory Map -PART 1- by Totentanz0
Nazi Victory Map
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AlvynSharp Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
This scenario is unrealistic. I highly doubt that the Germans would try to hold all of Europe like that or invade America.

Here is a more likely German victory map of Europe:…
Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013
Trust me, you are not the first one to point it out! This map is not from an alternate-history scenario. It’s just a somewhat maximalist collection of Nazi aims. It’s more cumulative than speculative…
I knew that site. I can’t read Finnish so I just basically looked at the maps. Their interactive map is delightful. I expecially appreciated the enlarged Ostland and the Gotenland. I have to say that I’d personally prefer the Somme-Geneva line as the new border between France and Germany. And in case of Italian capitulation, which I suppose in this case, I’m usually expecting to see the annexation of OZAV & OZAK. I also believe that the correct new German name for Sevastopol should be TheodErichshafen and not TheodOrichshafen, Theoderic the Great being called Theoderich der Große in German.
AmongTheSatanic Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I love the details you uncover and then put onto these maps. I really wish someone could compile all of the Nazi's plans and such like you post and make a huge reference book about it.

I don't particularly care about the Nazi's, but the things they did, the reasons why, and all their plans have and always will intrigue me until I read it all :o
Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013
I would buy that book!
Todyo1798 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think your next project for this series (if you're looking for one that is) could be the Nazi's "successfully" implenting the Atlantropa Project.
Totentanz0 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2013
AFAIK the project Atlantropa wasn’t particularly popular among the Nazis (apart from “The Man in the High Castle” ones).
Not to mention that for me it would take ten times as long to get to the Adriatic Sea!
Todyo1798 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
True, but it does suit National Socialism very well. It's so ridiculous and the benefits are miniscule compared to the cost of implementing it, plus the chances of it actually working are variable to say the least.

Suits the Nazi's down to the ground!
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
I dislike the Nazis and hate their crimes, but I think I can not agree that you say the german engineers, scientists and architects of that time were dumb or stupid.

Even the Nazis overtook the society and the country, the Germans were since the 19th century of the most creative and intelligent people Europe had, and the date 1933, didnīt make idiots from all of them.

And itīs sad, that most people donīt know why the Germans followed Hitler, it was not because of racism, but because of all the crisis and the chaos caused by the french dictate of versailles after the first world war.
Todyo1798 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I never said German engineers, scientists or architects were dumb or stupid.

I said the Nazi's (as in the German political and military leadership from 1939-45) were dumb or stupid.

Yes, I realise there's a difference, I've been posting historical stuff on this site long enough that you should know I can differentiate between Germans as a whole from 1933-45, and members of the National Socialist German Workers Party.
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
Ok sounded to me like you think they all were dumb, because to be member of the Nazi party did not automatically mean you are an evil racist, many people had to be member, to get higehr positions or just to work on, some people became even members without knowing it, for example many soldiers in the war didnīt even know, that they were made members in the homeland.

But I see I did you missunderstand :)
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