By Harry Turtledove
Nobody may cease THEM--
NOT STALIN, now not TOGO, no longer CHURCHILL, now not ROOSEVELT . . .
The invaders had lower the U.S. almost in part on the Mississippi, vaporized Washington, D.C., devastated a lot of Europe, and held huge elements of the Soviet Union less than their thumb.
But humanity wouldn't surrender so simply. the hot international allies have been ruthless at discovering their foe's weaknesses and exploiting them.
Whether offering provides in tiny biplanes to partisans around the sizeable steppes of Russia, operating furiously to appreciate the enemy's captured radar in England, or combating apartment to accommodate at the streets of Chicago, humankind might by no means supply up.
Yet nobody may say whilst the hellish inferno of loss of life could cease being a conflict of conquest and switch right into a battle of survival--the very survival of the planet . . .