The Soviet Invasion of Eastern Europe October 1944 - February 1945
Its late 1944 and Stalin’s Red army is once more on the rampage. First hit is Romania which quickly surrenders and swaps sides in the hope that Stalin will treat them kindly.
Then Stalin’s three massive armies turn on Hungary which is desperately being defended by six German and Hungarian armies.
If that was not enough the Hungarians and Romanians start their own war in Transylvania over disputed territory and old grudges.
Stalin now orders the start of the attack on Hungary. Hitler rushes armoured forces to Hungary to deal with the threat and a massive clash of armoured forces delays the Soviet offensive, but not for long, the great red sledgehammer is soon swinging again, as they launch an assault toward Budapest the Hungarian capital.