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- "Two Nations - One Voice"
- - German propaganda slogan
- Main article: World War II (Na'kuhl timeline)
The occupation was set in an alternate timeline caused by the assassination of Vladimir Lenin in 1916 by an unknown temporal agent. Subsequently, Russia never turned to Communism and Adolf Hitler did not consider it to be a threat. Another temporal agent, Vosk, of the Na'kuhl faction, who was stranded in this timeline forged an alliance with the Nazis, further empowering them. Germany, focusing on the west, quickly took Belgium, the Netherlands, France and even England, after which it launched an invasion of the United States of America.
Fighting in other parts of the world continued concurrent, with German forces taking Moscow but Russian forces remaining a threat, and German action in Africa. The United States appart from dealing with the invaders also waged battle in the Pacific.
New York City was captured quicly, with people fleeing Manhattan as tanks rolled up Flatbush Avenue, eventually spreading into Manhattan. The President vowed to persevere, but shortly thereafter Washington DC was evacuated, and then occupied.
By 1944, German forces controlled Washington D.C., as well as the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, most of North Carolina, and parts of Ohio and South Carolina. However, American forces continued to control the rest of the country, and in fact had been battling German forces in Virginia and Ohio.
The captured territories were overseen by an unnamed generalmajor, stationed in the captured White House. Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring at one point after the occupation toured New York, receiving a parade and visiting the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty.
The German occupation was oppressive, with colored music being banned and severe rations placed on meat. In response to actions by the American Resistance, the occupiers placed further restrictions onto the rations, blaming the actions of the resistance. Nonetheless, German propaganda called for a "prosperous alliance" between Germany and America.
Resistance and counter attacksEdit
A resistance movement sprung up, finding members among Irish gangs, dockworkers, coloreds, and even broads. In the New York City area alone German intelligence suggested more than 5000 resistance fighters.
In 1944, battles were fought in Virginia and Ohio, and just before the timeline ceased to exist, there were indications that a large American counterattack had begun.
The Na'kuhl stranded in this timeline had only one goal; build a temporal conduit in order to return to their own time. This conduit was being constructed in a New York City facility, using resources provided by the Germans. The German
Enterprise captain Jonathan Archer meanwhile had been captured as a German POW. He was rescued by the resistance, initially mistaking him for a survivor from the aircraft carrier Enterprise. When a man named Sal explained the situation, Archer decided to get involved. He discovered the presence of the Na'kuhl, and then the existence of the temporal conduit. Enterprise entered the planet's atmosphere to destroy the facility, which resulted in the negation of the timeline. (ENT: "Zero Hour", "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II")