• Keffy Palazzo

    In Defence of Moscow

    December 31, 2013 by Keffy Palazzo

    Battle of Moscow

    October 2nd, 1941

    The Germans had pushed them all the way to Stalingrad, Leningrad..

    And Moscow.

    Georgi Trusov was the commander of a large army of the USSR, stationed in the western lands of the Soviet Union.

    And he was now tasked with defending the capital against an endless wave of Germans, Hungarians, Rumanians..

    But, he would hold.

    Even if millions of men die.

    Moscow shall hold.

    Even if the Germans capture Stalingrad and Leningrad,

    Moscow will still hold.

    Moscow shall always hold.

    Men would be pouring from Asia over to Moscow, all he had to do was defend until then, and begin pushing the Germans ever so slightly back.

    The Germans had charged quickly, ripping open a hole in the northern army, A clean path to Moscow..

    He quickly sent…

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    December 31, 2013 by Keffy Palazzo

    Operation Barbarossa

    June 22th, 1941

    Reinhold's force was transferred to Poland a few weeks ago, and now he knew why.

    An attack on the USSR was to start today.

    He was given the position of being the main army for the central push.

    He had doubts of whether the attack would be a success, but he'd damn well try to make it such.

    He had separated his force into two task teams, one going north while the other heads straight forward. He had doubted the northern forces could push deep into the Soviet territory without some extra aid.

    His troops quickly mobilized and began advancing, with Russians in sight.

    The Soviets lost a division of infantry rather quickly to the central task-force, with Reinhold's troops continuing their march before they saw a gigan…

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    Balkan Campaign

    December 31, 2013 by Keffy Palazzo

    Yoooo, noone's reading any of these, so from now on ima stop posting author's notes and just the story. Gbai.

    The Balkans Campaign

    28th, October. 1940.

    Martino Carnavo, leader of the main force for taking the Balkans.

    Messe was leading the naval forces.

    Yugoslavia and Greece. They were the targets.

    Martino's force quickly met a Yugoslavian blockade, and his troops attempted to break through it.

    The barricade was broken after a while, as Yugoslavia in its whole was now in sight.

    At the same time, reports from Messe said that the British fleet was stationed at Greece, and had ambushed his ships.

    Martino sent a handful of troops to the coasts, in case of a landing operation by the British, along with a few cruisers to assist Messe's fleet.

    The push int…

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    Desert Fox

    December 29, 2013 by Keffy Palazzo

    Back to short chaps, 'Pologies, peeps, didnt have much info on the benghazi battles aside from their dates. So I couldnt really detail much. But ye, first chap in a different theatre! (not countin sino wapnesu)

    The Desert Fox

    April 4th, 1940.

    Arrigo Bava, leader of a force of a few Italian divisions, and to defend the African city of Benghazi, which was currently surrounded by Allied forces.

    But news from their ally, the Germans, had said they sent a large force to Africa, and the leader of that army, Erwin Rommel, had already secured a handful of cities similar to Benghazi, and defending it shouldn't be a problem. They could even turn the defensive into an offensive!

    Thus, Arrigo had hoped his troops could hold out until Rommel could arrive.


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    December 29, 2013 by Keffy Palazzo

    Yo, I am currently feelin pretty 'coo right now, so I decided to write this as I was in a good mood. Also..


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    Operation Sealion

    15th, September, 1940.

    The Germans had captured the entirety of France, and caused the few remaining French forces to join the Axis.

     And now they were going for the capture of Britain.

    Irving Perrim was the commander of a large part of the British navy, and was to prevent any Germans from landing onto the coast.

    They had absolutely no idea of the German navy, they could be minuscule, or double the size of Britain's.

    But nonetheless, London was to be safe, Plymouth was to be safe, Bristol was to be safe.

    Not a single soldier was to land.

    Any chance of turning the defense into an offens…

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