I became Stalin chapter 89
If Hitler was not a real Hitler, but a future man, or had knowledge of the future… It could also be a weakness.
As if I was hesitant to use white phosphorus for a while.
Suppose the future man became Hitler. If you know everything about his victory and defeat, what is the scariest thing?
“What do you think Hitler would be most afraid of?”
“Yes? Well… .”
“Isn’t that the mighty Red Army of our Soviet Union?”
Molotov hesitated, and Beria flattered without hesitation. Both are wrong.
“The Red Army… I think it will be somewhere between 2nd and 3rd place? The Red Army is too far from Berlin, where Hitler is safely huddled. I don’t know if I’ve gotten close enough… .”
“surely… Is it ‘that bomb’?”
“okay. But it’s not there yet.”
So what do you mean? It was quite amusing to see Beria and Molotov contemplating, but it seemed to be overdone.
“military. Isn’t that the military?”
“Didn’t you just say it wasn’t the Red Army?”
“Not the Red Army, man. Your army!”
German military with a brilliant tradition from the days of Frederick the Great. They were united in great pride and constantly rebelled against the ‘corporal of Bohemia,’ Bubbly.
Now think about who actually nearly killed Hitler. Army Colonel Klaus von Stauffenberg almost killed Hitler with Operation Valkyrie.
The East Prussian Junkers with Ponza in their names could not tolerate trivial commoners, assault corps, bodyguards, and other miscellaneous things.
Even though they were tainted with German supremacy, they could stick together when the Nazis were victorious, but they turned their backs when defeat was imminent.
Of course, there were also pro-Nazi forces in the army. The common officers, who were promoted quickly by proving their abilities in the midst of a massive armament expansion, hated the Junkers, and showed a cooperative attitude toward the Nazis as a reaction. For example, this was the case with models and commoners such as Rommel.
Among the nobles, such as Manstein and Reichenau, there were some who had cooperated with the Nazi Party. However, the mainstream of the Wehrmacht hated Hitler and the Nazis, and both in real history and here, Hitler had to fight them for military dominance.
“How much to those in power that those with guns were dissatisfied with the regime… Is the back of the head itchy? Don’t you know it too?”
“That… That’s right… .”
“Heh heh, it’s okay. You are absolutely right.”
Hitler and Stalin were a perfect mirror pair in this respect.
Stalin purged all opposition to the military. Not only the opposition, but also those of their own faction who might be in trouble in the future.
Stalin, one of the first five Marshals and Deputy Minister of Defense, purged Tukhachensky, who tried to interfere with the country’s industrial sector by insisting on radical mechanization. Together with him, he blew away the pro-Trotsky officers.
In the early days of the Soviet Union, he executed Bluher, Crown Prince of the Far East, among the five Marshals of the Soviet Union, and Yegorov, a tycoon of the Stalin faction, was also imprisoned and tortured to death on charges of ‘inciting rebellion’. The best cavalry commander, Bu??, would also have died if he hadn’t prayed directly to Stalin.
All that was left of the Five Marshals was Stalin’s political ally Borosilov, who was utterly incompetent in strategic tactics. In this bloody wind, Stalin was able to tame the rebellious military.
“Hitler… That dude made a mistake. Will you throw away the force that has come into my hands? We did a daring and wonderful job in the purge, but the target for the purge was wrong!”
“You mean the assault squad purge?”
“okay! If the military is attacking you, you have to cut off the military branches. Why did you blow up a loyal armed force?”
Hitler, on the other hand, disbanded the assault corps in the face of opposition from the military and the middle class. The assault corps were not entirely loyal to Hitler, and although they formed the SS in the future, the military continued to engage in petty rebellion.
Later, they assassinate Hitler and try to seize power.
“If we offer them a gentleman’s pact, will they accept it? dog horn! What’s the use of preaching what a gentleman is to those bastards of murderers the size of a dog?”
“Then the intention of Comrade General is… .”
“Go and see. And sow the seeds of strife! You are showing Hitler the situation as if the military figures communicated with us through you!”
“Then I’ll have to do the back work. Can we manipulate them as if they were really rebelling against Hitler?”
“Yeah, that’s it. Don’t you know that the counterintelligences over there hate Hitler, too?”
The funny thing was this. Abwehr, the Defense Force Counterintelligence Agency, has sold their information on a topic set up to prevent espionage.
Admiral Abbehr, Admiral of the Navy Wilhelm Canaris, and Deputy Commander General of the Army Hans Oster. These two leaders were deeply involved in the anti-Hitler conspiracy. Hans Auster was behind a plot to assassinate Hitler in ’38 and was arrested in ’43 for extracting Jews.
Wilhelm Canaris was caught up in the hostilities that occurred after the above-mentioned plot to assassinate Hitler in Stauffenberg. Here, it was revealed that Afbehr had intercourse with the Allied Powers, and he was executed in 1945 along with Hans Oster and other Afbear insiders.
It was no different here. Hitler’s equanimity between France and Britain was so easy that the dissidents within the Wehrmacht didn’t even dare to squeal… .
Instead, the Eastern Front was collapsing. on an uncontrollable scale.
“First, Molotov, you should come and see it. How is Germany doing? Let’s have a little chat with the German generals for nothing, and shed some meaningful nonsense. What about talking to them about how good peace is?”
“Yes, Comrade Secretary General. I will do what you said.”
Actually, this wasn’t my intention, but I couldn’t bear to say it, so I gave the order.
The real intention is… He came to see who Hitler really was.
If Hitler had become someone else just as I had entered Stalin’s body, something would have been different. At first I thought Hitler had changed, but now I was never quite sure. Because what they’re doing is so 20th century.
In fact, Molotov, who had met Hitler because of the non-aggression pact, might have noticed it to some extent. The gentleman’s agreement was nothing more than an excuse to send Molotov to Germany.
It’s a pain in the ass if you suspect the US, who is watching this from the other side of the sea carefully after giving it another reason… .
“Berry, you should do some dukes. I think you already know what to do… .”
“Yes! Let’s do it nicely!”
“In addition to that, I have to do one more thing. I’m going to have to assassinate someone, right?”
“Are you talking about assassination?”
I wrote each name on a piece of paper in front of me. Those who will weave with us in the military, politics, and counterintelligence, and those who should be killed.
“Reinhardt… Hey, hey? Isn’t this the Czech governor, Comrade General Secretary?”
“Hey, you know? Can you do it?”
“I will do whatever the commander-in-chief orders!”
Berry liked this. I’m not arguing whether I can do it or not, I just said that I will do it unconditionally. And everything has been successful.
Perhaps it was this skill and loyalty that earned Beria the trust of Stalin in the early days? It would have been a combination of these. When Stalin passed by, he said he didn’t want to see the trees, so he dug up the ground with his hands and said that he would dig it all up?
In real history, of course, Heydrich was assassinated. Agents of the Czech government in exile, backed by the British government, succeeded in killing Heidrich in Prague. The British government is now a government in exile, and the Czech government in exile is a government in exile… is it.
“Oh, and Molotov, I have one more thing for you to do.”
“Speak up, Comrade Secretary!”
“I want to talk to Americans. Can you say to the Americans a visit to the Americans in time for the retirement of Marshal Shaposhnikov?”
“Yes. We will pass it on to the Americans.”
It’s a big deal if Americans look at it with strange eyes. The façade of humanitarianism was nothing more than a good camouflage to cover in such a case.
If the Soviet Union negotiated with Germany, it would seem like they would hit the back of the head and fall, but wouldn’t it look like war would continue if the matter was negotiating not to use landmines or white phosphorus bombs?
Actually, I wish I didn’t use landmines. The current battlefield was within the territory of the Soviet Union, and burying millions of landmines in the territory was not good, even after the war. It’s not like we’re buried in an area where civilians are banned from entering the DMZ like in Korea, but it’s a place where people should live normally?
“If possible, is there a vice president who likes us? Wallace? I wish he would come. Wouldn’t it be helpful for politics in the future if we saw each other’s faces, shook hands, and told them about our achievements?”
“That’s right, Comrade Secretary General.”
Why does it sound like an insincere consent? Is this the difference between those who know the future and those who don’t? .
FDR served with three vice presidential candidates during four presidential elections. Until re-election, John Nance Garner was known as a pro-German and non-interventionist. In this third term, Henry Wallace, famous for being a pro-Sophist and a liberal, and Truman as we know him well in the next 45 elections.
The current vice president, Wallace, was embroiled in a hoax by Democrats who hated his progressive policies, and was eventually forced to give up his seat to third-placed Truman, despite finishing first in the vice presidential race.
FDR’s health doesn’t look very good, so who will be the next vice president could determine the future president of the United States. If we replace the anti-Soviet hardliner Truman with Wallace, a pro-Soviet conscientious objector… From the Soviet point of view, it was nothing short of a hit.
Even now, he is the most powerful vice president in US history, but if he made a huge achievement in diplomacy with the Soviet Union, wouldn’t it be possible to become vice president without difficulty in the next presidential election?
“What would you like to show the public? Berry, what do you think?”
“I am ignorant of politics, but… .”
Where are you going to get… . I know for sure that few people are as interested in politics as Beria. His plump cheeks twitched, and his eyes lit up for a moment.
“Why don’t he and the Americans work for the assassination of Heidrich you ordered?
“Hey, was there such a way?”
“Yes, Comrade Secretary General. A splendid achievement achieved through cooperation between the USSR and the US under the leadership of the vice president! This is how it is packaged and advertised. You framed yourself as a pro-Soviet communist, but it would be very helpful for propaganda if you achieved achievements through cooperation. This is my brief opinion… .”
Not a bad idea. A gift bag is given to everyone, and a flashy thing to show to the public at the same time is also added.
“Good! Let’s keep going!”
I became Stalin chapter 89