A diagram depicting Germany's complex invasion strategy.
LONDON, England -- German forces penetrated Polish defense forces in a redundant but effective maneuver last night sources say. Polish officials say that they didn't see the attack coming despite the growing German forces that had been building up at the border over the last few weeks. The attack began with a barrage of artillery fire which lasted for a little over half an hour, clearing the way for armor and infantry. Germany seized control of the Polish capitol shortly after the initial invasion and announced their victory. The greater population of Europe has been quoted as saying, "not again..."
A spokesperson for the New-Aryan-Socialist-Institution (NASI) said about the attack, "We the German people have done a great service to the people of Poland by liberating them from their corrupt government. Really, we're the good guys here, don't worry about it."
An announcement from Poland's Prime MinisterColeslaw Jarosław Kaczyński was televised earlier this afternoon:
"How Ethralling is the Liberation of Poland for the Unity of Socialism?"
Historically, these events aren't too surprising and many can see where Germany is going next. France has been questioned on what they plan to do about this. French president Jacques Chirac said, "We're not worried about it... I mean, seriously, whats the worst that could happen?"