On Mon, 8 Oct 2012 12:06:33 +0200, "Michele" <SPAMmiarmelN...@tln.it>
>The Germans don't intervene and the Italians remain stalemated andFor Yugoslavia to be pro-German in 1941 is not that big a POD - though
>humiliated more or less where they were at the end of their largely
>unsuccessful March 1941 counteroffensive. For this to happen, Yugoslavia has
>to be German-friendly. The British might also not intervene save in sending
>the Greeks war materiel. That has a kncok-on in North Africa, with the
>Italians probably pushed back all the way to Tripolitania. I don't think
>that even in this case Tripoli falls, but Tripolitania remains the only
>African bridgehead in Italian hands by the end of 1941.
I don't pretend I know enough about Yugoslavia in this era to suggest
a scenario where there's no anti-German coup (which is what triggered
the German invasion in the first place)
With no British landing in Greece they MIGHT take El Agheila but
I've always wondered why Bulgaria entered the war since their main
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