I'm in the middle of reading a trilogy of books by John Birmingham, they're sort of a more modern version of 'The Philidelphia Experiment'. Anyway the books hypothesize a multinational (USA, UK, France, Australia & Japan) fleet providing security for a scientific experiment who inadvertantly get thrown back in time to the pacific in 1942, just prior to the Battle for Midway. Now the books themselves are a nice easy read but nothing to get to excited about, but they did set me thinking...... Had the Axis won WWII and given Nazi Germany's hang-ups about the perfection of the teutonic, Aryan, master race of supermen & their outlook on what they saw as sub-human asians. How would their post-war relationship with Imperial Japan have panned out? Would we have had a Nazi version of 'Peace in our time' or would the Axis have fragmented and started knocking lumps out of each other? Ladies & Gents, what are your thoughts?