The B.E.A.T.L.E.S., or the British Elite Alpha Team of Legedary Epic Supremacy, was an elite British military group created in the last years of the Second World War of Musical Stylings for special and black operations. The Americans created an equivalent the same year, 1943, called the R.O.A.L.I.N.G.S.T.O.A.N.S.
The Creation of the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. EditIn 1943, the German Musical Army was pounding down the British Musical Army in the wastern front. The British though that an elite division of the BMA was required for a successful offencive, let alone victory. That same year, they created the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. elite unit. They trained for a year and proved extremely successful against the German G-Note offensive. The B.E.A.T.L.E.S., alongside the R.O.A.L.I.N.G.S.T.O.A.N.S., had helped to defeat Germany and bring peace to the world. After the war ended, the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. helped to set up the Union of Nations, "Where the Nations of the world would create the perfect Union."
The B.E.A.T.L.E.S. Expansion Edit
The B.E.A.T.L.E.S. had huge public support and the British Government spent time and money expanding them, making them a major division in the Royal Musical Military. The Divisions that made up the RMM are as follows from biggest to smallest:
- British Musical Navy
- British Musical Army
- British Musical Airforce
- British Peace-time High-notes. The High-notes preceeded the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. as the elite unit.
The Decline of the B.E.A.T.L.E.S.Edit
The British Invasion war is considered the last great act on the part of the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. They had fought a "pointless" war and sustained heavy casualties. This, coupled with corrupt leaders of the Musical Military division. After this, the "eliteness" of the group began to slowly decrease and soon it became a division in the British Musical Army, albeit with slightly enhanced training. Their legacy was huge across the world, even with their short lived time. Other major conflicts the B.E.A.T.L.E.S. participated in were the Korea and Vietnam Dissinance Wars and in the Iraq and (currently) Afgahnistan Wars, which were apart of the War on Terrible Music, declared by American President Bush after the 9/11 Chord Attack on the World Musical Center in 2001.