Stormtroopers march upon Hamburg, but are met by City Police and armed DUS forces, and a small firefight breaks out. The Hamburg forces are able to drive off the Nazis, but they return a few days later with over 5000 men, and demand that the DUS leaders be handed over, but are rebutted. The Nazis then lay siege. When elite SS forces manage to get in the city, and begin to kill the sympathizer's to the DUS and the wounded, the DUS uses this as proof that the Nazis are genocidal maniacs, and the majority of Germans, revolted by this display, announce their intention to support the DUS. Himmler is furious, and announces that he will force Germany to give power to him, or die trying, and many agree to join him.
With Germany divided, the Weimar Government has a decision to face. Do they support Himmler, the anti-Nazis, or try to resolve the conflict quietly?
Contributed by Tbguy1992 01:32, August 3, 2010 (UTC)