Villahermosa, Gilberto. "The Storm and the Whirlwind: Zhukov Strikes First"
Divergence: 1941 CE
What if: Germany responded to espionage indicating of likely Soviet attack in summer 1941 by postponing/revising Barbarossa.
Summary: When the Soviet attack on Germany begins on July 6, 1941, the Germans are ready. After two days of Germany soaking up and pounding the attacking force, they counterstrike with better air support, better organized logistics, and Rommel leading a force through the Pripet Marshes.
Published: In Third Reich Victorious: Alternate Decisions of World War II (ed. Peter G. Tsouras), q.v.