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The General on the scene, Walther Von Fritsch, decides that Himmler will attack again, so it would be best to let Himmlers forces hit their head against an impenetrable wall of bullets. He orders the defensive lines to be recreated, and that they be replenished with supplies.
Himmler decides that he has had enough, and he withdraws back to Nuremberg. When the sun rises on the outskirts of Berlin, the weimar army rises to find the Nazi camps empty. Fritsch is furious, and orders a pursuit of the Nazi army. The Weimar forces take to the road toward Nuremberg.
Himmler sets a devious trap for Fritsch, setting up interlocking fields of fire in the suburbs of Nuremberg. He plans to draw in the Weimar army and then bleed them dry. At the very least, it will give them time to bring in more forces from other regions of Germany and other European nations. How well does the plan work?
Created by: Azecreth 19:46, October 12, 2010 (UTC)