I became Stalin chapter 23
Public opinion about the old Churchill was getting worse and worse.
When Nazi Germany broke the ‘peace of our time’ and invaded Poland, people thought he was a visionary prophet, not a troublesome old man who babbled and talked. After kicking Chamberlain in the ass, who said Germany would never start a war again, Churchill won the wartime prize.
But now people thought that he was a stubborn fighting cock, but he was an idiot who would come back after a war broke out.
“Long live Sir Winston Churchill, victor of Gallipoli and conqueror of Arabs!”
People dressed in slightly modified uniforms from the British Fascist Coalition, which disbanded last year, used to shout on the streets. Churchill and the British government suppressed them through a uniform ban.
But Churchill had long since lost much of his political power. Was it when half of the British army was stubbornly dumped into France and then robbed? Or is it from when London began to be beaten up by regular bombing?
Mounted police officers and military police were sent in to beat, arrest, and drag disgruntled people on the streets, but the discontent spreading among the citizens was never suppressed.
Rather, it was military training, and when he came back after hitting hard, the number of citizens who had experienced the situation where what was at home was rationed bread that had nothing to do with food only increased. Even though the police rod was bitter, he could not turn people’s hearts.
This was most evident in the citizens of southern coastal cities, who had been called out to build fortifications on the waterfront in preparation for an invasion by Nazi Germany.
“..the spirits of our comrades march with us, sing together!”
“Catch him! Get him!”
More and more people began to believe that Germany would win. A few who went a little farther did not really doubt that Germany would win and gain control over the vast European continent from the Urals to the Atlantic.
In order to rule Europe, Asia and Africa with the victorious German, some extremist pro-Germans argued that negotiations should immediately stop the war and preserve the forces needed to subdue the indigenous peoples of Asia and Africa.
Radio broadcasts constantly advertised how well our ally the Soviet Union was defending against the Germans on the Eastern Front. Politicians chanted endlessly about how cruel and vicious the Nazis were, but the citizens were weary.
Is it because Churchill, a thug-in-the-dark rookie, has become used to swearing and booing as Prime Minister and Secretary of Defense? Or is it because of the German planes that flew in every once in a while if you forget them? Or was it because of the great Germanic ideology that Hitler insisted on?
Hitler never looked down on Britain as a lower race. Rather, he talked about the possibility of negotiating, saying that he was a brotherly country. Of course, only in Pira.
The official broadcasts controlled by Onggojip Churchill did not say a word about such attempts.
“Sir, if you’re so worried, why don’t you call in the fleet that is pursuing Bismarck even now?”
“The people need a criminal record. What we need, no matter how small, is victory and hope. Revenge of the sunken battleship, and a criminal record of sinking Germany’s strongest battleship. Isn’t this enough to find hope?”
Ministers were silent on Churchill’s response. No matter how much opposition, Churchill will be stubborn and stubborn and will not reverse the order that Bismarck must be destroyed. They all knew it well because they had seen it a few times.
Churchill was desperate for victory. Of course, it was also the case with the ministers, but Churchill, who was eating all the curses of the people alone, was particularly obsessed with “decisive victory.”
Even after seeing the intelligence that Germany was going to land on the southern coast of Britain all at once, until the end, if you had to remove a few battleships and cruisers from your homeland fleet and sink Bismarck… What would you do if you sunk it?
Is there anything that lowers the morale of the people as much as they step on the mainland of Britain? Even Attlee and Eden, who could speak to Churchill, sighed deeply and shook their heads.
“I’ve already been pushed into checkmate. I hope that God will protect His Majesty the King and us so that we can somehow sink Bismarck and protect the mainland with our current power alone. The Nazis are also stranded on the African and Eastern Fronts. …”
Britain’s huge fleet and colonial garrison were all stranded in their respective places. If all these troops were to be brought to Europe, the liberation of France and the defeat of Germany would be possible, but the problem was that it was physically impossible.
The Germans have a much larger army than they do on the Eastern Front, but what’s the use of being stuck in India and useless?
“I think a little differently, but I’m worried that they might try to link up with the Irish rebels. Or if they link up with the Indian independenceists…”
As Eden mumbled, Churchill frowned. The Monagan Brigade, a pro-fascist and anti-communist group led by the Irish gnomes, Oin O’Duffy, has launched terrorist operations in Northern Ireland and Britain.
Those who secured weapons by looting the arsenal and ammunition depot of the local police station stockpiled to arm the home guards, murdered the royal loyalists of Northern Ireland, crawled into major cities such as London, Portsmouth and Manchester and threw bombs at government offices. was on the move
Churchill wanted to arm the Northern Irish, but all other members of the cabinet were flagged and opposed, so the proposal was thwarted. Arming the loyal Irish can ‘self-defense’, but will you be able to control them?
It will escalate into the Second Irish Civil War. This time, it is not a civil war between them, who have disagreements about the treaty within the IRA-Sinpain, but a civil war in which the angry Irish unite and attack the Ulsters.
The Irish Autonomous Government, seeking to restore the lands of Ireland, hated the Northern Irish, who were either pro-ethnic rebels or colonialists. The Northern Irish hated the Irish as dirty traitors equally.
In this situation, to encourage a pre-emptive attack by arming the Northern Irish with the overwhelming power of Britain was nothing more than bringing about a massacre.
Or… do you want slaughter? Like they tried to kill the Kurds by spraying poison gas?
When they arrived in India, there was nothing more to say. The imprisoning of India’s independence leaders, Nehru and Gandhi, only served to spread public opinion in India like wildfire. Chandra Voss, the leader of the Indian independence movement, joined forces with Germany and agitated for the expulsion of Britain.
“Irish rebels or Indian rebels! Tell them to trample them down!”
Churchill roared like an old, toothless lion trying to announce that he was well. The ministers were well aware of the reality behind the lion. A third-class war commander and an award-winning warlord who thinks he needs to play well to be second-rate. A tough pitcher, a nerdy pitcher who only knows how to throw a fastball.
“India can never give up! If you give up India, the British Empire will not be a British Empire. Do you know how much we have invested in it? How can you say that when you know?”
“Oh yes, I know it was a huge investment! We sent some of the smartest and most witty of our children to colonize, sprinkled our soldiers’ blood, and ruined so much that it is impossible to recover.
Even a half-destroyed army can be rebuilt if you bring in a fleet from India, negotiate with the Indians and promise independence in return for conscription. General Wavel is constantly demanding supplies, but if we make them independent, do we need to bend our backs to deliver them now?”
Attlee, who was calm at Churchill’s shout, seemed to be excited, and his voice began to rise. Archibald Wavel, the commander of the garrison in India, sent reports endlessly begging for supplies, seemingly uninterested in the country’s situation. Even though my home country is strangled to death.
India has not been particularly helpful in the current warfare. Several minor lords of the vast Indian subcontinent were not particularly keen to cooperate in the British war. They are useless thugs who pay the same amount of tax as they do and want to cooperate with the British in all matters of security.
Although Sikh and Gurkha mercenaries could be used to fill the British army, they were not enough to cover the vast Indian subcontinent.
The fleet to maintain the colonies of India and Southeast Asia was enough to be considered a bonus at this point. India, Suez to protect India, Mediterranean and Gibraltar fleet to protect Suez. Even if there were only cruisers spread evenly across the five oceans and six continents, it would be enough to take a breather…
“No way! If the Japs devour all of China by themselves and reach out to Southeast Asia, who will contain them? We can’t hand over the western Pacific to them! Watching the inferior yellow races take over the world want?”
Because we don’t need it in the first place… Don’t you know when we look at the little guys who run India? If you say you’re going to eat it all, your stomach will explode! Attlee grabbed her temple. Despite their cooperative relationship, he and Churchill ran endless parallels on colonial issues.
“Let’s put the colonial issue aside for a moment… about the production of fighters.”
Sir Max Ikin, one of Churchill’s cronyists, became the Minister of Arms in charge of the production of war materials, but he was surprisingly talented in this field as well.
During his time overseeing aircraft production, fighter production increased by nearly 20%, and figures remained stagnant despite nighttime air strikes. Of course, the gap continued to widen as the French government, which had been betrayed in Toulon and Portsmouth, fully cooperated with Germany.
Ministers again entered into heated debate. Should you build a fighter, a destroyer, or a transport? Britain was slowly starting to feel the shortage of supplies. The number of U-boat sinkings increased as the number of transports increased, and the Navy had to choose between the two.
Will you build a transport ship to transport supplies to keep the British Isle alive, or will you build a destroyer to catch U-boats? Or should we build more fighters to stop the Luftwaffe from eroding this production capacity?
Roosevelt received a naval base in the Caribbean and gave up 50 destroyers, but these were so outdated that they could not stop the hundreds of sorties of U-boats from bases stretching from Norway to the French coast.
Perhaps because of the lack of performance, they couldn’t sink the U-boat while cracking the code… Churchill grunted at the Navy, saying they were incompetent. 1st Navy Officer Dudley Pound? They looked at Churchill with a smirk, but everyone tried to pretend they didn’t know.
The German Enigma had long been deciphered by the mathematicians at Bletchley Park, so the Nazi operation was closely watched by the British. Nevertheless, being pushed like this could actually be called humiliating.
In response to the anti-communist Churchill’s check, the British intelligence service did not provide the Soviet Union with information about German cryptography in a confidential manner.
“Why are you blocking it well without knowing it?”
The most radical part of the cabinet—that is, Churchill—was staunchly opposed, insisting, and this opinion was eventually accepted. As a result, the Soviet Union seemed unaware that Britain still knew the German code.
In fact, it was a real humiliation. They block it without knowing it, but can’t they block it even though they know it? are you sick
If you share this information, Stalin will also give you something quite important. Attlee thought so. He was a socialist but anti-Soviet, and he hated Stalinian totalitarianism. But nevertheless, Stalin was a good partner. If you receive one, you must return more than one.
I was secretly looking forward to what Stalin would give me if I could tell you about the entire German cryptosystem… but I didn’t want to bring up the story of a redhead that irritated Churchill, who was screaming in excitement again, so Atley concentrated on the meeting again.
“What the hell are you passing with that fleet? Losing with this?”
Churchill was still screaming.
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I became Stalin chapter 23