I became Stalin chapter 212
“Come on! Ha ha ha ha ha!”
Chiang Kai-shek felt good after a long time. Throwing aside his face in front of other people and everything, he embraced an old ‘friend’ he hadn’t seen in a long time.
“Thank you for the hospitality… .”
“No, what between us! Come on in. Guess I had a lot of trouble The face is this one… .”
During the previous week, Alexander von Falkenhausen, the head of the German military advisory group, took Chiang Kai-shek’s hand and waved it with a grim face.
Tears flowed from the corners of his wrinkled eyes.
It’s been a while since the Chinese returned! In 38 years, after Germany’s “Duke Troutmann” failed to reconcile China and Japan, the Führer eventually chose Japan as an ally among the two.
The German military advisory group, which had been sent for the People’s Government of the Republic of China, had to be withdrawn. Falkenhausen He loved China and did not want to send Chiang Kai-shek either, but the Führer threatened to harm his family and eventually withdrew.
Falkenhausen returned to service in the German army after the start of World War II, but was sent to a concentration camp on charges of taking part in a conspiracy against the Führer.
Imprisoned there until the fall of Germany and subjected to mistreatment for years, he became quite debilitated. The Soviets dragged a significant number of the prisoners back to Siberia and Central Asia, where Falkenhausen, after serving several months, was able to escape by bribing a guard.
“The Soviet Union had taken over all of Europe, leaving little room for escape… . I am grateful for President Chang’s infinite hospitality.”
“You mean this, General? The general is a friend of the Republic of China. And those who escaped with the general are also my friends if they are the general’s friends. Especially at a time like now, it’s a pleasure to see you.”
A total of nine people were able to escape together, including a senior lieutenant colonel supporting the weakened Falkenhausen. Fleeing from Kazakhstan’s concentration camps, they were able to enter the territory of the national government via Xinjiang and Tibet.
“Thank you again. I’ve heard rumors… .”
“exactly. Most of the elite troops raised by the military advisors, including the general, have been lost in the last seven years of war. But as long as the general comes back like this, we will surely win! Ha ha ha ha ha!”
Chiang Kai-shek burst into laughter with a confident face. Falkenhausen also smiled faintly and nodded.
The National Government continued to negotiate with the Communist Party while preparing to drive each other out. The National Revolutionary Army was reconvened and undergoing intense training, and the communist enemies were also engaged in various assassination operations and guerrilla tactics more fiercely.
But now that Falkenhausen had arrived, the victory of the National Revolutionary Army was almost as destined to be.
“And… Can I ask you just one thing?”
“What? Not just one, but ten. Please tell me anything.”
“Thank you… Other than that, can you help our officers who escaped to flee to the Republic of China?”
At those words, Chiang Kai-shek and other Chinese people stood out.
A significant number of Germans fled the Soviet Union. Many of them fled to Spain or southern Italy within continental Europe. Many of them also fled to South America, where the same white people lived.
There, Falkenhausen sympathized with his former colleagues who had to hide their identity for the rest of their lives.
And Chiang Kai-shek needed them.
“Good! Very good!”
Under the training of the German military advisors in China, the National Revolutionary Army was able to be reborn as an elite. Even in the 5th Guards Operation, which could almost subdue the Communist Party, the German-style Torchka tightening tactic effectively suppressed the Communist Party’s long-term guerrilla tactic.
Also, in the war with Japan, German-trained troops made a significant contribution to defeating the Japanese offensive. It was that fucking Yankee, Stillwell who blew it up.
“The American and Soviet advisors have withdrawn, so if the Germans help again, it won’t be of much help!”
Chiang Kai-shek’s heart began to swell with a sweet dream.
Although defeated by the Soviet Union, Germany succeeded in inflicting massive damage to the Soviet Union with only a third of its population. But what if China, with twice the population of the Soviet Union, was trained the German way?
My heart pounded when I remembered the power of the elite divisions that were nurtured by only 100 German military advisors.
Falkenhausen, whether or not he knew such a feeling, bowed his head in gratitude and introduced the officers who escaped together.
“This friend is probably the kind of person President Chang wanted. name is… .”
“This is Johann von Kilmansek! It is an honor to meet you!”
Fortunately, the Soviets relocated the personnel from the camps held by the Germans to Siberia or Central Asia.
The young and capable officers who were known to have been involved in the plot to assassinate Hitler were thus able to escape with Falkenhausen.
Falkenhausen looked at Kilmansek shaking hands with Chiang Kai-shek with delighted eyes.
“The rank is a lieutenant colonel, but he is of this rank because he received an unsavory conspiracy. It crushed the only counterattack of the French during the invasion of France… .”
“Oh, is that so?”
Kilmansek scratched the back of his head as if embarrassed. Most of the other officers were also the most elite of the German army, graduating from the War College.
The corners of Chiang Kai-shek’s lips rose as if they were about to pierce the sky. Before that, the officers of the Military Advisory Group were not really elite, except for those who had been invited like General Hans von Sekt. But look at them!
Each one of them should have been German generals. Listening to them there, there seemed to be hundreds of officers who had fled to South America or Spain.
“Good! good! I’ll give you everything you need!”
Now Mao Zedong, that damn red bastard will be pressed to death without a click.
Chiang Kai-shek vigorously raised the glass of wine.
“character! Let’s raise a cup for our friendship. Cheers!!!”
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“Did they finally arrive safely in the Republic of China?”
“Yes that’s right. Comrade Secretary General.”
“Hmm… These friends are so precious… Let’s try to select and send them to people who, in their beliefs, cannot cooperate with us.”
Kruglov bowed deeply and walked out of the office. As I stretched it out, the papers on the desk shook.
“No matter how stupid you are, you will carry this… ?”
According to informants planted on both sides, local warfare in China was intensifying day by day. What would you say if the current situation in which clashes between battalions and regiments occur over and over again, if not called war?
In actual history, the Communist Party defeated the Kuomintang and won a landslide victory, expelling the National Government to the island of Taiwan. However, in the history that has flowed like this, China has rather estranged itself from the Soviet Union, joined hands with the United States, détente, and fucked the Soviet Union.
A unified China was too large a country, and although Manchuria, Xinjiang, and Tibet had already been forcibly removed, the mainland had to be cut in pieces.
So I decided to give Chiang Kai-shek a little help.
First, the three northeast provinces, Manchuria and Inner Mongolia, which would be behind Mao Zedong, were separated so that neither side could use them. Instead of the first-class equipment used by the Soviet Army, only third-class equipment captured by the Japanese army was provided to the CCP, and armament aid was reduced as much as possible.
“Ummm… Who else are you going to send? .”
And he sent German officers to Chiang Kai-shek.
Perhaps they think they’ve made a ‘buy’ out of it, or that they’ve been lucky enough to get away with it. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A significant number of German officers were brought in for military research or to be used as counter forces in our scientific training corps.
We intended to select suitable ones from these. to send to the Republic of China.
Chiang Kai-shek’s military capabilities were frankly devastating. Similarly, at the strategic level, it was possible to win only when dealing with warlords who were at a destructive level or by taking down a handful of guerrillas with overwhelming resources, but lost to their equals and lost.
In short, the mainland of China was much larger than Europe and Russia in the war. Nevertheless, the Republic of China had to fight hard even against the Japanese “Army”.
But what if German officers join in and train the National Revolutionary Army into an elite army? Perhaps even Mao Zedong, the leader of the guerrilla warfare, will have a hard time.
“that… I know you highly value Comrade General Mao Zedong, but if things go wrong and Chiang Kai-shek wins… .”
“Molotov, don’t worry too much. China is vast, and Chiang Kai-shek will take some time to push through. In the meantime, if enough of the main force has been exhausted, let the United States know! Hahaha!”
Do you want to be pushed?
The Soviet army’s intervention was a chore. It was not good to face hundreds of millions of Chinese in that huge Chinese land. It was also something that turned off aggro around the world for nothing.
The direct military action of the Soviet army was enough to intervene at the request of France.
“Hey, what do you think Americans will say if it turns out that the remnants of the Nazis and the Republic of China were working together? Oh, you did really well, would you like it?”
“… I think it will be very bad.”
“Yeah, that’s right!”
The underdog Communist Party will probably survive. For hundreds of millions of farmers, land distribution is the perfect temptation.
And if you want the Republic of China to win this much now, you can reveal to the international community that the Republic of China is hiding and using the Nazi remnants. Perhaps Eastern Europe, France, or even England will play.
“We are using it, but… If you don’t get caught, that’s it.”
The German officers, who were taken to the plains of Siberia, were now literally being squeezed. Their military knowledge is a rocket that will soon develop astonishingly, and while it will become outdated due to air force technology, it is still useful.
The elite Soviet officers who were recognized as competent during the reduction process and were able to remain in the army had to lead their units in a training group in Siberia and conduct simulated battles over and over again.
Field battles, tank battles, artillery battles, air battles, camp battles, mountain battles, and even amphibious battles! Soviet officers will be trained as they fight the German elite on the simulated battlefield in many different forms.
And they will now be sent to the Third World to become a means of exporting ‘advanced military technology’ and revolution.
“Oh yeah. How did you get a reply to the military advisory team you proposed to send to those countries in the Middle East?”
“Yes! First, Egypt requested the dispatch of about 40 military advisors. Jordan and Iraq are still struggling… We put in a request with about 100 people from Turkey.”
“Turkey? It’s good. Also, consider sending the Spetsnaz advisory team.”
“Okay, Comrade Secretary General!”
Of course, you should not send Soviet troops directly. So it’s just like the actual war in Afghanistan.
We planned to demonstrate our military power in the field through thorough sales of military supplies and training of competent officers. It was only a slap in the face to confuse the unfamiliar army. Guerrillas familiar with the battlefield were able to feed the army trained in the field as much as they wanted.
“Any Hogu sent troops directly to the fortress! Ha ha ha ha ha!”
It seemed that some hogu across the English-Bull Strait was like that.
I became Stalin chapter 212