Basically, the Germans capture 300 000 allied troops instead of them escaping across the channel, and with those troops as POWs they negociate a peace with Britain, that in short says "acknowledge German hegemony in Europe, and you'll get your POWs back". At least most of them. On the eastern front I chose to go with the general cliche around here, Hitler isn't as retarded in his decision making, USSR is even more unlucky than IOTL. This all results in a German-dominated Europe, by means of annexations, puppet regimes and occupations stretching from the English Channel in the west to the Urals in the east, and from Nordkapp in the north to Crete in the south.
The year is now 1950 and Germania, the "capital of the world" has just been finished. The buildings and monuments in this city were constructed simply to show how "superior" Germany actually was, with the crown jewel being the almost 300 meters high Volkshalle, or the People's Hall. Here is a map depicting Nazi Germany at its absolute peak, when the world turned their heads to Germania in mixed awe and disgust. Little did they know that this empire built upon war, hatred and slavery would soon collapse. Literally. But that's another story.
Finished on May 16, 2011