In this timeline Nazi Germany is victorious in World War 2, as a result of the mass Soviet defeat at Kursk and Velikiye-Luki in 1943 and then the conquest of the rest of Soviet Russia. In 1940 Great Britain is invaded and after six months of brutal fighting surrenders to the Axis forces. In the summer of 1945 Japan is defeated by the USA. However, the atomic bombs are not used due to fear of reprisals by the already nuclear powered Reich. By then the Axis and Allies became war-weary and sign a peace deal in the winter of 1946. In the post war years, Germany focuses on technological and modernist advances, including architecture and the focus on the elimination of poverty, hunger and disease for the Greater German Reich. Resistance, however, continues and the world battles on for freedom in the post war years.
World War 2 was to become a conflict of truly "globalized" proportions that was fought in Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, as well as on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
A major incident happened when Adolf Hitler gave Heinz Guderian the go-ahead to advance on the British troops and obliterate the BEF at Dunkirk out of strategic necessity, during "Operation Heute Europa".
The preparations for the invasion, code named 'Operation Sea lion' were made, whilst the RAF was still in ruins. Most were either destroyed in northern France and the Battle of Britain, the Luftwaffe gained total air supremacy in 1940. Two other major events were the Soviet defeats at the 1942-43 Battle for Velikiye-Luki and the 1943 Battle of Kursk (this was due to the localised use of nerve gas). The Soviet victory at Stalingrad seemed a likely turning point in the Eastern front. However, this was checked by the decisive German victory at Kursk in 1943. Axis forces then pushed the Red Army deep into Siberia conquering all of European Russia and capturing the oilfields in 1944. With no more major fronts in Europe Hitler then ordered the invasions of Switzerland and Liechtenstein in order to incorporate them into the Third Reich followed by conquests of Spain and Portugal including Gibraltar by 1945, with Hitler being frustrated at Franco's neutral policy throughout the War. The continuation of the war up until 1946 was only aerial warfare by the USA and Germany. The world soon tired and the mood in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the USA was for peace in Europe.
Peace in 1945
The Axis and Allies formally sign the peace treaty of Moscow which allowed both sides who were left i.e., Germany, America and Canada to rule peacefully in their respective zones but America and Germany continued to compete with each other for power and technological advances.
The Third Reich
The Greater German Reich (Groß-Deutschland) was the largest empire in the world. It ruled over three continents, all of Europe, North Africa, all of the Middle East ( except the Arabian Peninsula), the Persian Gulf, the entire Indian sub-continent and most of the Slavic peoples have been expelled to the east to make way for German settlers. The majority of Jews in Europe have been expelled to Palestine where they are ruled over by a Jewish-German collaboration government. Deep in the Eastern Front the fleeing remnants of the Red Army continued to wage a successive guerrilla war against the Third Reich, inflicting massive casualties on the Wehrmacht. Indians and Iranians were classed as Aryan and many would be invited to go study in German universities and vice versa. The Italian Empire was dissolved while Germany took over its African empire. The Italians were treated well, too. However, they are always kept an eye on.
The citizens of the Third Reich enjoy extremely high living standards and live in complete luxury. Education is very strongly encouraged and is compulsory up to university. The world's best scientists and professors are German and earn their degrees at Oxford University or the Reich University. Essentially by 1964 poverty, famine, disease had been largely eliminated and the Reich enjoyed a very peaceful haven. German living standards are matched only by those in America. The Third Reich had indeed the richest and most luxurious lands to live in. The Führer himself owned hundreds of estates and private resorts all of the empire, his most famous estates being in Malta, Sicily and Athens.
The Major Cities of the Reich
The largest cities in the Greater German Reich are as follows:
- Berlin (the fifth largest city in the World)
Autonomous Eastern Ukrainian region.
- Dnipropetrowsk/ Дніпропетровськ (Ukrainian)
Autonomous West Russian region.
- Moskau/ Москва́ (Russian)
- St Petersburg/ Ленинград (Russian)
Protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia
- Beneschau/ Benešov (Czech)
Berlin was renamed "Greater Berlin" and was now the richest city in the world. It was the headquarters of the Grand German Army, the home of the Reichstag and also the living quarters of Hitler’s Gigantic Palace which was guarded at all times by 2000 of Hitler’s personal, highly skilled bodyguards. With the help of Albert Speer, Berlin was
transformed into a model city and became well ahead of its time. It had the best universities, restaurants, five star hotels, military academies, Opera houses and beautiful architecture. It was, in fact, a diverse population ranging from all Aryans, Arabs and Indians, etc.
The Wehrmacht had the largest land, sea and air force in the world. The manpower of the land forces formed over 2.6 million and another three million as reserves. Since 1956 Hitler allowed non-Germans directly into the main army. From occupied France there were 800,000 active Frenchmen in the Wehrmacht, from Britain there are 600,000, from Russia 850,000 and hundreds from the smaller countries such as Denmark and Holland. This was aside from the original Waffen-SS. The German SS was now the police force of the Third Reich and they carefully patrolled the streets day and night, all citizens feared them. The German 6th army was among its legendary and became the Führer's personal armed force.
German technology had become hyper-advanced for its time by 1949. Super heavy tanks, advanced jets and bombers had been produced. They was sent straight to the Eastern Front, striking at Soviet opposition. They had the ability to kill thousands of troops and civilians, causing mass destruction.
Hitler never launched a major genocide against Western Europe like he did in the East and so after that, Hitler decided it would be a good idea to assimilate the Western European countries into the Greater Reich - not by directly annexing them but by Germanizing them. In France, German became the first and official language.
The Nazi ideology remained very much the same after the war. Jews, Homosexuals, Communists, Capitalists, free masons, Slavs, Gypsies and Blacks were, of course, non-Aryans and therefore, had to be eliminated. However, it is true that some aspects were slightly relaxed by Hitler. Instead of complete extermination of certain non-Aryan races, the Führer adopted the ancient Roman tactic of assimilation and absorption. Though it seemingly would have taken longer, it proved quite successful, especially in the East, with the remaining Slavs, Ukrainians, Russians, Tatars and the rest of the Soviet peoples. The Soviet prisoners of war and defectors were re-educated and put into German service. The Islamic power of the Turkish Empire and its allies destroyed any aspect of war in the East and the Hindu-Indians plus Iranians were classed as Ancient Aryans and were allowed to visit German schools and universities.
The Third Reich began testing for atomic technology way before the US. However, throughout the war not one single atomic bomb was dropped.
Political relations with the USA
After the war, relations between the two superpowers remained bitter and both struggled against each other in arms races, technology and military build-ups. However, at times Germany and the United States had shown softness towards each other the most popular example was in 1961 a joint United States-German Special Forces team invaded and helped the anti-Communist Cuban rebels overthrow Fidel Castro's despotic Marxist regime.
Political relations with Romania
The new Fascist Iron Guard regime had firmly set the country on the course towards the Axis camp, officially joining forces with the Axis Powers on 23 November, 1940.
Political relations with South America
In South America German influence began to spread rapidly and like wildfire, Fascist dictators were seizing power through coups or popular revolutions by 1953. The countries of Bolivia, Argentina and Chile had all become Fascist countries with a strong pro-German stance.
Political relations with Turkey
Turkey had remained neutral from the war just as Iran did. However, like its German counterpart, it had every reason for revenge for its defeat in World War One. Nationalists attempted to overthrow the Ottoman monarch in a revolution in 1923 but failed miserably, its leader Mustafa Kemal was hanged publicly. Despite the victory the empire including its name was now simply reduced as "Turkey" no longer being seen as a great power in the worlds eyes. When Turkey finally joined the war the Sultan "Abdul Majid" initiated a massive army build up in the Turkish ranks. He surprisingly mustered a strong force of over one million strong Turkish soldiers and reformed the navy and air force. Launching a series of campaigns with some Axis support, Turkish forces began to embark on reconquering possessions on the Arabian Peninsula and also the Caucuses.
The Japanese Empire had been militarily defeated. However, the German victory in Europe and the now the order by Germany to stop the US from further war against Japan now frustrated the US to end the war. On the front lines in the pacific the Japanese had actually halted the United States with their partial victory at Iwo Jima thanks to the ingenious tactics initiated by General Tadamichi Kuribayashi and begin a retreat finally coming to terms with a partial defeat from being at war with Japan. It withdraw and halted attacks against the still Japanese occupied territories, due to the already generational loss of its troops in the war. The atomic bombs were never used due to fear of a strike from Nazi Germany which had already possessed nuclear arms. Emperor Hirohito knowing this full well did not order a surrender in 1945 but simply continued to be in a state of war. Thus reparations and rebuilding were issued immediately, The Chinese, meanwhile, continued to wage war on Imperial forces still in-fighting in China and in Korea. The Japanese in a matter of months were a able to form a strong anti-invasion army made up of both men and women, civilian and military. Thus the US Army initiated withdrawal from the Pacific to concentrate on fighting in Europe. It successfully reoccupied Okinawa, Taiwan and most of Korea. However it was impossible for them to be at full scale war with either China or the U.S therefore failing to follow up on these victories.
Rebellions - Post War Period
The post-war period saw a series of uprisings in the occupied lands, including France, Britain, Italy, Romania, parts of Russia and Ukraine. In Britain, riots broke in 1945, protesters were shot which led to even more riots. In France the people of Paris rose up against the occupation forces killing hundreds of thousands of Nazi troops. Denmark was over-run in 1940 with little fuss by the Third Reich and peacefully annexed for 46 years. It chose not to rebel afterwards.
The 'eastern territories' were to be 'assimilated'. The plan was to Germanise the existing people, non-Slavs who could eventually adapt and become part of the Aryan race. Also Hitler encouraged extreme German colonization on the Eastern front. In 1948, 300,000 German civilians from Bavaria were transported to Kiev, thousands of German workers and farmers were sent. As a reward to German troops masses of land were given to them in Russia for those that wished for it. The oil fields of Asia made sure that the Ostland was highly developed and could stand on its on feet. Soviet defectors of the "Russian Liberation Army" were also given impoverished farming land. Russia during these periods can often be seen as a mirror to Colonial British America in the 1600 and 1700s.
All of Africa virtually became Hitler's with the conquest of Europe in 1947. However, Germany did not have political liability to rule the entire continent as America and China heavily disliked the idea of one power ruling an entire continent and its people. Nevertheless, Hitler still carved himself a gigantic Southern African empire "Afrika Reich" consisting of the former ... Belgian Congo, British Tanzania, Rhodesia, Namibia, Kenya, Vichy French Madagascar and Portuguese Angola. Within these colonies the native peoples were allowed access to German-built universities and schools. Hitler started education programs to "civilise" the natives and help them to overcome drought and allow them to become self-sufficient and rule themselves as puppet states of the German Reich. However, natives were forbidden from mixing with European colonists and segregation was put into effect.
The Soviet - German WarThe War in the east officially ended in October 1945, with the Soviet stronghold at Omsk finally crushed by the mighty German war machine. However, this only meant that the Soviets would never again be able to directly confront the Reich, but they still had the ability to lead a nightmarish guerrilla campaign against the German-allied forces. Stalin and most of the politburo and military generals fled far into Siberia. With the destruction of Omsk, led to the death of Joseph Stalin and many of the high-ranking politicians and generals, Hitler assumed that Soviet Russia and all the Marxist ideology of Communism had been once and for all destroyed. However, remnants of the fledgling Red Army fled deep into the east of Asia and regrouped at the city of Novolbrisk. For the time being it would be there headquarters and the de facto capital of the remnant Soviet Union. Having regrouped and rearmed, the remaining forces waged a guerrilla campaign which in time would result in devastating consequences for the Third Reich. From sabotage, hit and run attacks, assassinations of military leaders, to assaulting German bases and killing hundreds of Axis soldiers. The German High Command estimated there were only about 500 of these so called "rebels", so continued to send inexperienced soldiers to the front. These soldiers were mostly from the ROA "Russian Liberation Army" defectors. Hitler didn’t think that Germans needed to shed blood just for the sake of killing "worthless bandits" and so, sent Russians to kill Russians. In time it proved him wrong by 1958, almost the entire ROA was destroyed and now the Red Army was launching terror attacks inside the Third Reich.
The United States and The PLA secretly funded and supplied the Soviet forces with weapons, ammunition and even tanks and planes. Soon it the support got even stronger with the PLA and United States special forces were being sent into Siberia to help train and participate in combat disguised as Russian soldiers. Hitler had seriously underestimated the Soviets remaining strength and by 1960 12,567 German troops had been killed. Though the war was what Hitler fantasized for the German people as something that would keep them on their toes, it began to prove very costly. German soldiers quickly attempted to modify their tactics and execute civilians after every guerrilla attack but this proved futile and only created more hatred for the Reich.The German Army’s brutal methods of killing civilians, building concentration camps and destroying towns and villages failed to dismantle rebel Soviets. What was even more worrying for the German people were the inside terror attacks the best known example was when Sgt Romanov and his famous rebel unit launched an attack inside the Ukrainian occupied city of Zhytomry, they coordinated a successful attack which resulted in the destruction of an ammo dump, an entire army barrack, the killing of at least 45 German soldiers and 15 German colonists. Radical members of the Red Army were using more so called "effective means" against the Reich. Such as Suicide bombing against civilian targets, cities and towns, televised executions, assignations, and other forms of terror tactics. Officially the German High Command no longer treated Russian rebel forces as crack down rebel units, but as regular well trained military forces of the Red Army. And it was true, as the population regrew, thousands joined militias and regulars, fighting on the front line became intense. Kamikaze and Suicide squadrons were put in great effect during the fifties. Its main aim was to cause massive amounts of harm to the enemy while inflicting minimal harm to the attackers. By the 60s suicide warfare died out due to the large rebuilding of the Red Army they now had the ability to directly face the Nazi war machine once again in open field. The Germans had since 1946 used their own suicide squadrons, modeled after the Kamikaze fighters of Imperial Japan.
The Sino-German WarThe Communists of China defeated the Nationalists forces in 1949 and established the "People’s Republic of China" based on the principles of Communism. Hitler thought he had gotten rid of Communism once and for all, with the destruction of the Soviet Union in 1945. However, the Chinese Red Army under leader Mao Zedong had played a major role in the Sino-Japanese war and were extremely powerful. During the civil war Germany made no attempts to intervene due to distraction in attempting to crush several uprisings in Europe. China, like the Soviet Union before it, was the only Communist state in the world and was the primary ideological enemy of Nazi Germany. Early outbreaks of fighting broke out on the borders of German Russia and China in 1950. Germany sent two armoured divisions across the Mongolian border into China, killing 101 of Chinese troops with 24 hours. The PRC declared war on the German Reich. The United States at this point had maintained an isolationist policy and did not interfere in the conflict directly. However, fearing that they become the only superpower to face Germany alone, it sent conventional arms and means. The Xinjiang region was invaded opening up a second front for the German Army, 20,000 soldiers and three panzer divisions were sent. However, much to Hitler’s surprise, they encountered a massive resistance from over 400,000 PLA troops and within four hours the invasion force was halted due to heavy casualties. The German Army had much more success in Inner Mongolia, surrounding Chinese forces and destroying hundreds of fortifications sent up by them, which resulted in the death of approximately 4000 PLA soldiers.
The Soviet rebels at this time decided to take advantage of the situation and aid their Chinese allies, by harassing troop’s supplies to the Germans, en route to the Chinese front this enraged Hitler and his armies. With Inner Mongolia occupied the German forces continued their push to Beijing and began aerial bombardment similarly to Japanese assaults of Chinese cities during World War 2. By the time they stopped bombardment and eventually sent troops to the capture the city, the PLA had already strongly reinforced the capital and as a result 50,000 German troops were killed and fewer than 100 PLA forces died. Meanwhile, the Chinese forces at Xinjiang counter-attacked occupied Inner Mongolia and destroyed the German forces their leading to a massive retreated back into German Russia. Hitler wanted to begin a nuclear strike but by then the United States spoke out in favour of the PRC and so, he backed down. It was the first official defeat of Nazi Germany and the war had only lasted two months from April 3 1950 - June 2. Both countries' forces retreated to pre-war borders.
TerrorismThe Nazi empire had been the target of terrorism, hijackings, kidnappings, assassinations, murder. The primary terrorists were Jewish resistance fighters and Marxists. The first wave of terrorism was on June 6 1951 when terrorists of the so called "Sword of Jehovah" hijacked a commercial airliner and landed it in Bethlehem, with the help of Arab fighters and contingents of SS troops, the hostages were rescued and all the terrorists were killed. The second wave was in early 60s, by extreme Marxists. In 1963 ten terrorists of "the workers social revolution of France" bombed and attacked the "Kaiser International Airport" in Paris, killing over one hundred people and injuring another 45. With attacks like these Germany introduced anti-terror laws and established specific programmes and prevents schemes against international terrorism.
German Indochina War
The Communists of Vietnam rose from the ashes of former Japanese rule and were bent on establishing a revolutionary government in Indochina.
The British Occupation WarThe British Empire truly came to an end in 1947. King George fled to Canada along with Winston Churchill. The Second Battle of Britain was the toughest war yet for the German Reich. Every citizen was demanded to shed blood for the final defence of the empire. The young, the weak the old and even women, Germany lost 850,000 troops and Britain over one million. King Edward was installed as king in Buckingham Palace and Oswald Mosley was released from prison to lead the new British Fascist government. For occupation forces Hitler devised thousands of French and Belgian SS divisions and played up old traditional hatred between the French and British. Despite crushing the nation a British resistance movement was formed compromising remnants of the British Army and normal civilians. The army in Scotland gave little resistance to the Axis forces, retreating nearly all their forces and taking with them all resources into the highlands. Building bases, forts and taking up positions all over the highlands the British Army then launched a fierce guerrilla campaign equal to that of the Soviet Union. Ensuring that for the rest of its existence the Third Reich would be fighting a two-front war in both Britain and the Soviet Union.
The Italo-German War
The Duce had grown tired of his nation being a mere puppet at the hands of the German Reich and began to seek military options instead of political ones to achieve a higher status within the world. So in secret he started a mass military build up and by 1953 there were two million Italian soldiers ready to go to war against the Third Reich, the plan was to invade the oilfields of the Middle East to swiftly conquer Vichy France and capture Vienna within two months, by then the Germans would have suffered horrible casualties and Italy would maybe be joined by the United States of America. On May 19th 1953, 500,000 Italian troops launched a pre-emptive strike against Vichy France they quickly overran the puppet country. However, they were swiftly stopped at Tours and reversed back with massive deaths. They regrouped at Toulouse but were surrounded by German and French troops and were forced to give up. In the Eastern front the Italians reached Vienna with four days of hard fighting but found it was heavily defended and were also confronted by a large German-Austrian force. They were defeated and soon the Italians were being driven back all the way to Italy. Losing over 600,000 men. Over Italian Libya which the Italians had been fighting for a very long time, the Germans began aerial bombardment of Tripoli and Benghazi.
Christian Armenians and Georgians had longed for freedom from the Soviet Union and felt no freedom when the German armies liberated their lands, as did the Muslim Chechens. Partisan groups emerged in 1946, they begin a guerrilla war against the occupation forces.
The jewel of the British Empire, the Indian sub-continent was subdued by Nazi Germany a year after the fall of the British Isles itself. With few British and colonial troops the remnants of Great Britain in India made its last stand at Hyderabad 1946 and India was subjected to a brutal, harsh occupation. Originally the Germans did not intend for this as it viewed Indians as Aryans just as themselves. However, Mohandas K. Gandhi saw no reason to give up the fight for independence even though there had been a major change of occupiers. He continued his non-violent policies of non-cooperation. However, the Nazis were not as tolerant as the British had been and in 1948they stormed his residence and hanged his body on display. It led to an immediate uproar from the Indian community who had been quite cooperative with the German occupiers. The Hindu and Sikh peoples soon began to riot and in an incident stormed a German checkpoint killing an officer and five soldiers, as a result reinforcements arrived and opened fire on the rioters killing 107 people. The Hindu, Muslim and Sikhs began to riot - all over India declared open war against the German occupiers, many which formed the ILA "Indian Liberation Front*. During this time the Nazis began religious persecution demolishing temples, places of worship and shooting Hindu priests publicly, furthering the fuel for rage from the Hindus. In India the German occupation force consisted of 300,000 troops, reinforcements would arrive from Isfahan in Iran but it would take weeks, so the German colonial government decided to send reinforcements from in order to prevent the country being overrun. The ILA marched to occupied Delhi; German troops despite being heavily outmanned, successfully defended the city killing 2000 ILA soldiers and only lost 300. The coming battles of Calcutta, Bangalore and Amritsar saw the destruction of the rebellion by the Nazis, deploying thousands of troops, tanks and mass bombardment, ending it by 1948.
World War 3
A brief naval war which occurred between Nazi Germany and the United States, in the early 1960s at sea with several naval engagements, neither side gained the upper hand. It quickly came to halt before further conflict could have erupted by 1961.
The Third Reich had an ocean of unlimited man power and used this as their main structure of economy and workforce. Homosexuals, Gypsies, Slavs, Communists, POWs, Africans, and others the Germans considered "sub-human". Jews were never even considered for working and slavery no matter what the cost or reason. This harsh slavery had ultimately freed the Reich’s citizens from labour. From the harshest to the fair working jobs were all done by the slaves. From time to time there were uprisings and rebellions by them. However, they were always severe and severely put down in the most sinister way. By 1960 there were over two million slaves working under the German Reich.
Space ExplorationAs time went by Hitler began to look to the stars and into space. A Nazi-solar empire was what began to run through his mind, it excited his entire body. And so established the first "German space programme" in 1946 and in 1961 the first space ships were sent out, successfully making landings on the moon and Mars. Hitler poured in massive amounts of money into the space programme and in 1995 with the ability to create oxygen on Mars and the moon, the first colonies were established, the colonies served both military and civilian purposes. "The Nazi Space Command" was established as the official body of government for the space colonies, Hitler had invasion a Intergalactic Nazi Space Empire and introduced this idea heavily with the command. In case if Germany had first contact with aliens a strong military presence was established in the colonies. However, this was just a propaganda rumour which was in secret for keeping the colonies disciplined by the colonial armies. by 1991 the designs for first space star ship were made, the "VSS Fatherland" and was officially launched in 2012 which made continuous successive journeys through Venus, Neptune, the moon and Mars. Colonization by the mid-70s was a complete craze. Mars's capital city "New Berlin" had massive populace of over 300,000 colonists. Venus also had a large metropolis called "New Hamburg" its population was overall 600,000 Slaves were also transported in order to begin mine exploitation and to help build the fabulous space cities.
Slave Uprising in SpaceThe conditions of slaves in the space mining facilities were appalling and especially on Mars where probably the worst ever been. They would be made to work continues long hours and if they went out of line once there was no warnings, only executions. All these conditions led to a massive uprising in 1975, when workers revolted and attempted to escape the mining core and seize the colony of Mars. Upon the colony of Mars there was a military garrison of only 30,000 troops, the civilian population marked about 500,000 and the slave population was 860,000.
Essentially turned into a German military base after the war it served as a colony in later years and Hitler ordered its expansion.
Death of Hitler
Adolf Hitler died in 1973 from natural causes in his luxury home in Greece at the ripe old age of 84. He had the official title of "Hitler der Große[Hitler the Great]". A national day of mourning for ten days was proclaimed. The world’s largest and most expensive statue of Hitler was erected at Greater Berlin entitled - "Adolf Hitler, the Great. Hero of the new Germany".
Hitler had died without naming a successor, therefore leaving a power struggle among, Martin Bormann, Heinrich Himmler and Joseph Goebbels. After a fierce battle in Berlin which resulted in the deaths of Bormann and Goebbels, Himmler and the SS took control of the Reich.
The Tide Turns
The death of Hitler sparks civil unrest and internal power struggles amongst the leadership of the Nazis. However, it also sees a time where Resistance forces also take advantage of the power vacuum and gain massive power and support. Resistance movements in Britain, France, Holland, Belgium, Russia and Poland begin to launch deadly attacks against the occupiers. The United States itself begins to draw up war plans against the Third Reich, China and Canada also aid in the planning. The major powers planning is by initiating enough insurgencies in mainland Europe along with covertly waging war, the Third Reich will exhaust itself, then this can be followed my then launching a regular war by the powers to end Germany.
The Second Battle of Britain
The civil war in Germany allowed the remnants of the British Army who had been fighting a guerrilla in the highlands for years to step in their attacks. But also allowed the USA and Canada to send troops to infiltrate occupied Britain, motivating the decades long insurgency. The British, Canadian and American forces covertly launched a surprise attack on London, successfully killing Oswald Mosley and destroying much of the government, including senior German officials of occupied Britain. Causing the British Union of Fascists to disarray and panic. The attack inspired the entire nation to rise, suddenly London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester all rose up in riots. Himmler believed that the occupying forces station their were more then enough to handle the revolt and did not send reinforcements, however this proved a great mistake. streets all over Britain became bloody as Wehrmacht forces were battered, pushed back and destroyed by the general population. Winston Churchill and King George returned from Canada to lead the front at the battle for London.
Destruction of German Nuclear Arms and declaration of War
While the Battle of Britain raged on and with German preoccupations mainly outside of Germany, the US took advantage and sent special forces to conduct a raid into Berlin, seizing its nuclear stockpiles well as killing or capturing a number of German scientists, effectively ending the Cold War and allowing the major powers to wage open war on the Reich. Almost immediately US jets launched airstrikes on Axis positions in Britain, Himmler responded with a declaration of war, Chinese troops invaded the occupied Kazakh region as well as joining Soviet, Australian and New Zealand forces in attacking what was left of the Empire of Japan and US-Canadian paratroopers began to land Britain.
Liberation of Paris and the Fall of Japan
The Battle of Britain was finishing and the revolt France was in full swing, with civilians attacking, destroying army barracks, camps and troops. US-Canadian troops landed in the capital helping to capture it in a joint battle with the French resistance, German reinforcements were sent to the city. However, they, too, were destroyed and therefore forcing a massive German retreat from France after only three weeks of fighting. In Japan Soviet-Chinese forces had begun an invasion of Northern Japan, while Australian and New Zealand troops began a push from the South. However after ten weeks of heavy fighting, the invasion was at a stalemate and Allied casualties were massive, US forces finally atomically bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Empire of Japan surrendered. The country was then split into sectors, with China, Australia, New Zealand, USSR and the US taking each portions.
Destruction of the German Space Programme
The rebellion on Earth also signaled for the poor miners on Mars to also rise, swiftly storming the mines and defeating German guards, troops and destroying everything in sight, the workers opted to return to Earth but on the way they also attacked every Nazi space station, ships and bases on the Moon.
End of the War
The destruction of Japan by the US, via nuclear attack, prompted Himmler to quickly recreate the Nuclear Stockpile, however it proved to late, the Third Reich was being attacked from several fronts, with the decisive Soviet victories at Moscow and Stalingrad, German man power was incredibly low. With the Western Allies attacking Holland and Belgium and the Red Army invading Poland and Ukraine, Himmler had little options left, however it was too late, US forces launched atomic bombs against Munich and Hamburg. Though Himmler ordered a battle to the end, Wehrmacht troops in what was left of the Reich began to mass surrender having become war weary, except for Berlin which continued to be defiant prompting a Soviet siege of the city, which finally ended after two months of intense fighting, resulting in the killing of Himmler and much of the German government while trying to flee to the Alps.
Division of Germany and the beginning of a new World
(Just as in OTL) Germany was occupied and divided with the Soviet Union ruling East Germany and Western Allies ruling West Germany, in 1989 Nazi Germany ceased to exist and the World was now rebuilding and was free.
Major Wars, Battles and Retreats
- The London Blitz
- The 1940 St Katharine Docks and the Tower of London raid
- The London Blitz
- 1942 Battle of Gazala
- 1942 Battle of Bir Hakeim
- The 1942 Battle of Tobruk
- The First 1942 Battle of El Alamein
- The Second 1942 Battle of El Alamein
- 1942 Battle of Voronezh
- 1942 Battle for Pskov
- 1942-43 Battle for Velikiye-Luki
- Battle of Kursk 1943: The localised use of nerve gas turns the tide in the Soviet Union.
- The 1943 Battle of Voronezh
- The 1944 Black Sea War
- 1944 Romanian rebellion
- The 1944 Belgrade Rising
- 1944 Iraqi Rebellion
- 1944-45 Murmansk Siege
- 1944-45 Battle of the Hürtgen Forest
- 1944 Battle of Hilversum
- The 1944 Sochi Raid
- 1944 Battle Of Aachen
- The 1944-45 Battle Of The Bulge
- 1944 Battle For Vianden Castle
- 1945 Kazakhstan border War
- 1945 Timişoara rebellion
- 1945 Urals War
- 1945 Battle of Omsk
- 1945 Battle of Chita
- 1946 Hertford Rebellion
- The 1946 Batumi Raid
- 1946 Kiev Rebellion
- 1946 Poti Raid
- The 1946 Kuban Incident
- 1946 Battle For Bahrain.
- The 1946 Battle for Qatar
- The 1946 Battle For Oman
- 1946 Trucial States Rebellion.
- 1946 Battle for Saudi Arabia
- The 1946 Omsk Rebellion (Hitler's World)
- The Battle for Moscow
- Second Battle of Stalingrad
- 1946 London Ghetto Uprising
- 1947 Battle of Novosibirsk