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The Soviets and the Românian Communist rebels around Timişoara had gathered for a last stand with help from the Yugoslav Partisans. It was at this point that the Românian and German forces felt they needed to end the Euro-Communist axis once and for all. Whist Germany lay siege to the town with Panzer III tanks, supported by Elefant (German: "elephant") and Grille (German: "cricket") mobile artillery units, Românian forces also entered the town five days into the siege using three borrowed German [Panzer VIII Maus (German: "Mouse") tanks. the rebels’ six Polish designed TP7 tanks now stood a chance, but the rebels would engage the government forces in fierce and bloody hand-to-hand fighting until they surrendered on the 13th. The Soviets and Românian traitors were shown little mercy, while the Yugoslavs were sent in exile to the USA.
Causes of the conflict
Timişoara Judent had become the stronghold of those who had survived the 1944 Românian rebellion. it was there the seeds of a final battle were sewn among the impoverished and manipulated Românian peasant folk.
A decisive Românian victory. There now remained no Communist fighters in all of Europe accept Western Russia. Much to Hitler's delight conceiving himself as the destroyer of Russian Bolshevism. Unlike most of the European countries after the war, Romania did not rise up against Nazi rule and instead helped Germany fight off guerrillas and rebels.
Communism in România had finally collapsed and the Iron Guard remained in charge until formal union with Germany occurred in 2012. Yugoslavia's Partisans were honored for their stubborn fighting in the town and took up the German option of exile in the American states of Idaho and Alaska.