Reds over St. Paul’s

London Has Fallen2

London has Fallen!

Alternate May 1956.

Two Soviet MiG-17s roar triumphantly over St. Paul’s cathedral as the Red Army’s troops celebrate the capturing of the city. Almost fifty per cent of the Red Army’s troops are within the city’s limits to make sure that the city stays one of the Soviet’s trophies like Paris and Berlin.

The south of England may have fallen to the invading Soviets but Britain is far from beaten as an RAF Vickers Valiant B.1 nuclear armed bomber based at RAF Waddington is prepared for an unthinkable mission…

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Author: Tony Wilkins

When Man entered the atomic age, he opened a door into a new world. What we’ll eventually find in that new world, nobody can predict.

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