The Me 262 was there, the R4M was there, the proximity fuse was there and many projects were just months from completion. This was WITH an Eastern Front that sucked up 80% of German Manpower. Without such an front - or just at 5-10% its historical intensity, it is resonable to assume that many project are ready months before their OTL date, in far greater numbers. It is also resonable that Allied losses in the 43-45 period are much larger, as such the numbers dont accumulate over time and the nummerical superiority is reduced.Michael Kenny wrote: ↑06 May 2020 18:06Standard delusionist tactic. Use the worst Allied performance to measure their effectiveness but take an unproven German prototype/concept/wet Dream that used carrots as a fuel and transform it into a fully-working fault-free wunder-waffen with a production run of 100,000. .Politician01 wrote: ↑06 May 2020 17:45
With Germany concentrating on Flak and fighters and 262 and R4M most Allies attacks would be as ineffective as this
However there is NO proof that Anglo prototypes/concepts/wet dreams could be accellerated, since in this ATL they are in a worse situation than OTL - British Manpower shortages by 1944 would be insane in this ATL. If you can reasonably show that they can accelerate projects that were not there OTL - then produce your evidence.