The diplomats of Europe meet in a railcar to discuss the end of the Great War in Europe and the Central Powers' terms of surrender for the allies. Germany and Austria-Hungary have changed history. Without the blunders of unrestricted submarine warfare and the Zimmerman Telegram, central Europe sets itself on a course of supremacy in Europe for the next thirty years.
Fast forward to 1939. Germany, Austria-Hungary and the United States of America are the most powerful nations on the earth. As the Soviet Union re-invades Germany to reclaim what they lost to the great Prussian power, the rest of the allies come to their aid, and WWII commences. However with the might of Austria-Hungary on their side plus Finland and a refreshed, re-worked Ottoman Empire, the Germans lead the Central Powers to victory once again. However, destruction is upon all of Europe, and the colonial empires of the past have fallen in the midst of the chaos.
Fast forward again to 2027. Over the years the great powers have re-built themselves and now seek a new agenda: re-build what was lost and re-assert their true place in the world of Europe and beyond.
But there is more to the world than the "West." Now many of the great powers of South America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia have returned in the wake of global conflict and destruction, to either challenge Western supremacy or succumb to its might.
So begins the chapter of history that never would be- the endgame aftermath of the Great Wars.