September 1st, 1939 is officially recognized as the start of World War Two. On that day, Germany started its plan to occupy Poland, known to Germans as the "Fall Weiss". Germany (and to a lesser extent, the nation of Slovak) and its extraordinarily massive army took Poland from the West, East, and the South. I've always wondered, had there been better forms of communication at the time, would Poland have stood any chance of seeing the surprise attack coming? Would it have prevented it, or just delayed the inevitable? It's almost impossible to imagine any outcome then the one that happened; Poland had roughly 600 aircraft compared to the nearly 4,000 Fighter planes in the Luftwaffe (German Air-Force). The ground attack could not be prevented either, as Poland’s 140 tanks were far outmatched in quality and quantity (over 2,500 German Tanks took Poland). The Polish admittedly said they expected the German attack, but were not expecting it until 1942 at the earliest.
Link to part 1: http://higher-perspective.blogspot.com/2013/01/synchronicity-how-i-created-universe.html