The Central European dictatorship of Nazi Teutonia continued to independently exist, during and even after the Second World War.
Like its wartime ally Germany, Nazi Teutonia became an occupied country, stripped of all arms. Over the next few years, fascism became unpopular and democracy took root. President Konrad was elected, and proposed, to a special meeting of world democratic leaders, that Teutonia should be re-armed, to serve as a buffer against the Red nations to the east of itself. The deal was made, and soon a shipload of Lend-Lease armaments was on its way to Teutonia.
The famous Blackhawk Squadron was on hand to watch the ship pull into port. A local gang of swastika-wearing gangsters, seemingly led by the late Herman Goering, wearing a Norse Chieftain's outfit, attacked the Blackhawks, using sleep-gas bombs, and stole the shipment. The Blackhawks tracked down the gang, and busted them; the "storm troopers" turned out to be Communist agents. Arms shipments to Teutonia were resumed.
Points of Interest
- Teutonia has a sea port
- President Konrad