Friday, December 20, 2019

Soviet Union Invades America

No one expected Stalin to invade the USA in 1938.

But here were BT7 fast tanks racing across northern Alaska in the summer.

Their scientists created a temporary ice based pontoon bridge between the continents.

And they raced thousands of tanks and hundreds of thousands of troops across before the Americans could even realize what happened.

It took six months to re-deploy American Regular and National Guard troops to the north and by that time the Russians were nearly to Canada.  Here American Army troops and artillery defend against a Communist Vanguard of BT7 fast tanks.


tsold3000 said...

Wow. talk about your nightmare scenario with Stalin controlling America.I`d have too be a guerilla then.

Mike Bunkermeister Creek said...

Certainly it would not have been beyond their ability to do if they wanted it bad enough. Build a navy large enough to support getting troops from Siberia to Alaska and enough supplies to keep them running. Our Army was very weak in 1938 so if you could get here and if you could sustain your army we would be toast. It would take a million men behind every blade of grass to repel an invasion.

Sebastian Hermann said...

The Soviets geht big problems against the Finns, fight against Japan & was in opposition against the fachists , Poles. America was far away. But the scenario is nice.

Please, Mr. BunkerMeister, den you show your collection of PAel modells. Is there a oportunity to buy 1 Set or 2? I am looking for some robots to fight against my German Superstormtroper.

Your Sebastian

Mike Bunkermeister Creek said...

The contractor who constructed the PAeL Automatons had some health issues and was only able to complete a third of the masters and I only got a small portion of what I was hoping to order. While I still have most of those masters and the mold I am not currently in a position to cast more or have the remainder of the masters completed. It's on the to do list, but not likely in the next year.
Thanks for reading Sebastian.