An alternate history scenario featuring a German victory in the First World War. I'm not sure about the exact story behind it and I can't detail a point of divergence, but I have a vague idea of the situation. Austria-Hungary collapsed at the end of the war and Germany annexed Austria and the Czech lands (the latter forming an autonomous Czech Republic consisting of the provinces of Bohemia and Moravia with the capital in Prague). The Habsburgs still rule the (mostly) intact Kingdom of Hungary and Croatia (with Dalmatia and Bosnia), while Galicia has gone to a revived Kingdom of Poland and Bukovina (along with Bessarabia) to Romania.
Germany has also annexed Luxemburg, Lichtenstein, and a slice of German-speaking Hungary equivalent to the Burgenland, including Ödenburg. To avoid further French revanchism and as a symbol of good faith, Germany has generally left western Europe alone, avoiding the annexation of any Belgian (perhaps Germany didn't even invade through Belgium, leaving Britain neutral or even allied to the Reich) or French territories, though it has revised the border with Switzerland, annexing most of the canton of Schaffhausen surrounding Büsingen.