Germany, known officially as the Socialist Republic of Germany (German: Sozialistrepublik Deutschland, abbriev. SRD) is a single-party communist regime first established in November 1939, when the Communist Party of Germany overthrew the National Socialist government in Berlin. The Nazis fled Berlin and moved their capital to Munich, leaving Berlin to be occupied by the Communists. As the years passed, the Communists in Berlin gradually expanded, supporting revolutions all over northern Germany, until by 1941 the northern half of Germany became part of the SRD, and the two Germanies became known as North and South Germany.
Throughout the mid- to late-20th century the Socialist Republic continued to expand while the Reich steadily shrank. In 1990, Munich was the last stronghold of Nazism, and on October 3rd, Munich fell to the Communists. Germany was swiftly reunified under the Socialist Republic.
In present times Germany has control over all of the former territories of the Weimar Republic, including East Prussia, as well as Austria.