Adolf Hitler, the beloved Chancellor of Germany, was assassinated by a Communist in 1934. After his death, President Hindenburg appointed a more moderate Nazi official, Albert Speer, to the office of Chancellor in order to limit the power of the radicals. Following Hindenburg's death later that same year, Martin Bormann won the emergency election that followed.
Speer and Bormann, aware that rivalries in the Nazi party could rip the country apart, worked together to limit the strain put on the country. Speer would concentrate on primarily internal problems while Bormann would work on expanding Germany's prestige internationally. By expanding the Gestapo from just the police of Prussia to the national secret police, the two gained the loyalty of Hermann Göring.
Bormann's ineffective response to the failed Italian invasion of Italy weakened his reputation among both nations and the normal German people. Speer was able to use this to marginalize the power of the President, and make the Chancellor the dominant figure of government.
In 1938 Germany invaded Poland along with the Soviet Union in order to gain back the Polish Corridor. The Polish were defeated quickly and a puppet state was established there. Despite the idea that Britain and France would simply stand by and watch, the two nations declared war on Germany, to the surprise of the German people.
Massive numbers of German troops were moved to the western part of the country, but no offensive actions were taken by either side for several months. This led to the war begin called the "Phoney War," and some troops even began to get bored.
In order to protect the Baltic Sea and to deprive the Royal Navy of possible ports, Germany invaded Denmark in conjunction with Sweden in 1939. The Danish government surrendered soon after, and the Germans established a puppet government in Jutland soon after, based in Arrhus.
German forces marched through the Low Countries to invade France. Within weeks, most of the Low Countries had fallen, and France was hard-pressed to defend itself. Within the year, Paris had fallen, and central France had been overrun by Axis troops. Hungary had also fallen.
By 1942, a ceasefire had been called to create a peace treaty. Soon, a peace treaty was created and the European war ended. Germany emerged the stronger nation. Alsace-Lorraine was regained, and Luxembourg was annexed. Several former German colonies where also regained.
The next few years were considered a miracle for Germany. Germany was the vanguard of technological advancement, leading the world in jet planes, rockets and stealth technology, as well as producing the finest jet planes and tanks in the world. The German U-boat fleet remained the finest in the world, and Germany's navy was catching up with the other great powers.
Germany led the invasion of Sweden in 1944 due to enduring diplomatic and territorial disputes with Sweden. The country was occupied and Swedish Denmark was returned to Denmark. The war was a success for Germany, who now maintained a steady supply of iron and steel for its own use.Germany is now a major power in the world. It was the first nation in space ever since an A4 rocket was launched vertically and passed the boundary of space.
Germany is a Fascist one-party constitutional monarchy under the lead of the Nazi Party. Since Hindenburg's death, power is by law shared between the Chancellor and the President, but in reality the Chancellor holds most of the power.
Germany is the leading nation of the International Fascist Axis, the organization that promotes co-operation between Fascist nations. As such, Germany has positive relations with Portugal, Spain and Italy. Japan and Brazil, observers of the Axis, also have close relations with Germany.
Germany recognizes the independence of Patagonia and Manchuria. Patagonia merged with Argentina after the rights of the Mapuche people were guaranteed by the Brazilian and Argentinian governments.
Germany currently has puppet relations with Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, and the Netherlands.
The Armed Forces of the Greater German Reich is referred to as the Wehrmacht. The Wehrmacht is divided into three separate branches: the Heer (Army), the Kriegsmarine (Navy), and the Luftwaffe (Air Force).
- Total - 2,000,000
- Reserve - 4,000,000
|Photo||Name of Weapon||Type||Producer||Date of Introduction||Number|
|MP 18||Submachine Gun||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1918||500,000|
|MP 28||Submachine Gun||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1928||1,000,000|
|MP 34||Submachine Gun||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1934||1,500,000|
|MP35||Submachine Gun||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1935||2,500,000|
|MP 40||Submachine Gun||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1940||4,000,000|
|StG 44||Assault Rifle||Bergmann Waffenfabrik||1944||7,000,000|
|MG 08||Machine Gun||DWM||1908||175,000|
|MG 13||Machine Gun||DWM||1913||100,000|
|MG 15||Machine Gun||DWM||1915||2,000,000|
|MG 30||Machine Gun||DWM||1930||1,000,000|
|MG 34||Machine Gun||DWM||1934||1,500,000|
|MG 42||Machine Gun||DWM||1942||5,000,000|
I will do the rest of the small arms later...
|Photo||Name of Vehicle||Type||Producer||Date of Introduction||Number|
|Panzer IV "Lynx"||Tank||Krupp||1937||10,000|
|Panzer V "Panther"||Tank||Krupp||1941||7,000|
|Panzer VI "Leopard"||Tank||Krupp||1943||4,000|
|Sturer Emil||Tank Destroyer||Krupp||1945||1,000|
|Sdkfz 221/22/23||Armored Car||Schichau-Werke||1935||4,000|
The Kriegsmarine is the name of the Navy of Nazi Germany from 1935 onward, superseding the Imperial German Navy of World War I and the inter-war Reichsmarine. The Kriegsmarine is one of three official branches of the Wehrmacht, the armed forces of Nazi Germany. Germany, as well as possessing the ships below, has the largest and most advanced U-boat fleet in the world.
|Graf Zeppelin||1936||1937||1938||Graf Zeppelin-class||Active service|
|Manfred von Richtofen||1942||1943||1944||Graf Zeppelin-class||Active service|
|Adolf Hitler||1945||1946||1947||Graf Zeppelin-class||Active Service|
|Flugzeugträger D||1947||1949||1950||Flugzeugträger D-class||Under Construction|
|H-Class Battlship||1947||1949||1950||H-class||Under Construction|
|H-Class Battleship||1947||1949||1950||H-class||Under Construction|
|Admiral Scheer||1931||1933||1934||Deutschland-class||Active Service|
|Admiral Graf Spee||1932||1934||1936||Deutschland-class||Active Service|
|Admiral Hipper||1935||1937||1940||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Blücher||1936||1937||1940||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Prinz Eugen||1936||1938||1940||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Seydlitz||1936||1939||1940||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Lützow||1937||1939||1940||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Holtzendorff||1947||1948||1949||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Kiel||1947||1948||1949||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Tannenberg||1947||1948||1949||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Danzig||1947||1948||1949||Admiral Hipper-class||Active service|
|Photo||Name of Plane||Type||Producer||Date of Introduction||Number|
|Messerschmitt Bf 109||Fighter||Messerschmitt||1937||15,000|
|Messerschmitt Me 262 "Schwalbe"||Jet Figher||Messerschmitt||1942||10,000|
|Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka"||Dive Bomber||Junkers||1936||2,500|
|Junkers Ju 88||Bomber||Junkers||1938||1,000|
|Arado Ar 234||Jet Bomber||Arado||1943||2,000|
|Horten Ho 229||Stealth Jet Fighter||Horten||1944||500|
|Horten Ho 18||Stealth Jet Bomber||Horten||1946||50|
|Photo||Name of Plane||Type||Producer||Date of Introduction||Number|
|Focke-Wulf Fw 61||Recon||Focke-Achgelis||1936||15|
|Focke-Achgelis Fa 223||Transport, anti-submarine||Focke-Achgelis||1940||1,000|
Missiles and Rockets
In addition to the rockets and missiles listed below, Germany also has a gun-type fission Uranium weapon and four implosion-type fission Plutonium weapons, one of which has been shipped to Brazil to safeguard Axis influence in South America.
|Photo||Missile||Type||Producer||Date of Introduction||Number|
|FlaRakete 44||Anti Air||Braun||1944||4,000|
|Fieseler Flyng Bomb 44||Guided Missile||Fieseler||1944||500|
|A1 Rocket||Experimental Rocket||Braun||1933||1|
|A2 Rocket||Experimental Rocket||Braun||1934||2|
|A3 Rocket||Experimental Rocket||Braun||1935||1|
|A4 Rocket||Ballistic Missile||Braun||1944||500|
I might as well write what I have planned here as well.
- Messerschmitt - makes air superiority fighters
- Junkers - makes bombers
- Arado - makes jet bombers (maybe merges with Junkers?)
- Focke-Achgelis - makes military helicopters
- Horten - makes stealth aircraft
- Zeppelin - makes airships
- Heinkel - makes transport aircraft
- Flettner - makes civilian helicopters
Users can suggest stuff here on the talk page.
The Schutzstaffel (SS) is the military branch that is responsible for the protection of the Chancellor, President and members of the Reichstag.
The Freikorps (Free Corps) are the individual militias of each German state. Each militia has a quota on how large the militia can be so as to limit the militia's power with respect to the federal government.