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In 1942, the Axis 6th army is victorious at Stalingrad and the German forces advance and capture Moscow. Leningrad is wiped off the face of the earth. Axis forces continue to conquer the rest of Russia, chasing Soviet forces into the Ural mountains. In 1944 the D-day invasion fails and in 1945 Japan surrenders after it is hit by an atomic bomb, and Britain is invaded and conquered. It is the largest mass surrender of US troops in its entire history and America makes peace. By January 1947 the Soviet Union was perceived as the only country to be still fighting Nazi Germany. However in March, Hitler declares the war over and that the remnants of the Soviet forces pose no threat to the Greater Reich. Well, that is what Hitler thinks...
Last days of the war
With 1947 drawing in Stalin realised that the Red Army could no longer effectively defeat Nazi Germany. However, this did not beat Soviet morale - the fight was to continue. Within weeks German forces were chasing Red Army units into the mountains, Stalin made the mountains his base and began heavy constructions were ordered building his own secret base and constructing tunnels which led to Moscow and Kiev, and also stockpiling weapons, food, tanks and heavy armour. Stalin also made a pretend surrender, he ordered all personnel to cease attacks trying to make it look like there was no resistance left and that Hitler had won. Although in reality this was a diversion into buying time to re-build and re-think the everything, although Hitler never did think that the Soviets were done for good. Stalin's base located in the Siberian city of Omsk was heavily secretive, even Red Army troops had no idea where it was. With Hitler and the Reich celebrating Stalin declared now was the time to drive the invaders out of our homelands.
On 2nd of July 1947, unknown terrorists attacked the Russian city of Kiev destroying dumps, buildings and killed 45 German soldiers. Reports a returned to the high-command it remains unknown who launched the attack. Four days later a truck carrying 21 soldiers is stopped and attacked all troops are killed, it is unknown who destroyed the truck however links are made to the Kiev attack. On 10th July in Moscow while German soldiers are parading heavy armoured troops attack the parade and the terrorists declare that they are "the Red Army and that the war is never to be lost". They killed 32 parading soldiers and injured another 42, Hitler announces a state of war and that he will not rest until every Soviet soldier has been executed. Soon the attacks become daily and more ferocious in the next month in a total 55 occupation soldiers are killed and 62 wounded. The attacks are launched deeper into the Greater Reich territory. The Soviets had designed the new AK-47 which gave them better advantage on open-fighting, with new designs of weapons and technology the Soviet Union was well on its way for reconstruction..
As soon inflictions upon occupational forces continued to increase further, German forces had no alternative but to begin reprisals on the civil population. Beginning in the camps with every one German soldier killed in return ten civilians would be killed. However, as soon as the resistance found out they began to launch raids and attacks to liberate the camps and this in turn led to the increase in their numbers. German officials would later regret making reprisals as it would only lead to the camps being liberated by the resistance forces.
Aid from the U.S
Although hesitant at first, Stalin decided to make an agreement and was actually able to visit President Truman in Washington DC while things were cool in Russia. The President was absolutely shocked at the able Russian resistance against Nazi Germany and he was willing to fund the Red Army and provide with any needs. Stalin agreed and soon U.S. troops began to land in Siberia disguised as Soviet Partisans, side-by-side with Russian soldiers they began to attack German positions and outposts with success after success.
It was now March 1948 and the resistance was thriving, attacking constantly night and day inflicting German casualties. The reports were coming to an angry Hitler the death toll was now exceeding 100,000 and another 500 wounded, Hitler now declared that their would be no more reprisals and he was now going to send in elite SS troops to deal with the "rebel scum." Hitler was desperate. He began to take extreme measures using gas, chemical weaponry and other factors which would increase damage upon the resistance. Hitler also increased the amount of spending of warfare and doubled the military needs. The Nazis also hid as much as they could from the people about the eastern war, fearing that it would lead the people to protest and demand withdraw from the Soviet Union.
Winter warAs October approached the mountains began to get colder and this was a major advantage for the resistance. Throughout the World War Hitler had failed to produce winter clothing for troops on the front. Now that he designed them he thought that the soldiers would be in more comfort and ease. However, this did not change anything. Soviets began to attack during storms and blizzards. By using stealth, they would be like ghosts.
Both sides were committing atrocities to each other's civil populations. Soviet partisans massacred German settlers in the Ukraine and Belorussia. German troops made reprisals in concentration and labour camps. However, this didn't stop the might of the resistance and neither did it stop the great support that the civilians had for the resistance. By 1949 Hitler had no interest in prisons. He ordered all rebels to be caught and executed on the spot.
New offensive: 1949-50
From January 1949 to December 1950, the high-command used the same tactics: sabotage, destroy, attacking munition dumps and engaging occupying troops upon arrival. This was going smoothly and the resistance enjoyed this for the time.
Battle of Omsk
The United States by now thought it was possible for the Soviet Union to begin open-war again against Nazi forces, mobilising a force 20,000 U.S personnel and 25,000 Soviet troops. The German army had captured information and enough intel to know that the main base for the resistance was the Siberian city. Hitler ordered the muster of 65,000 soldiers and ordered the razing the city. When troops entered the city it was a desert, then a surprise attack was launched.