In 1942 the Nazi army made a major victory against the Soviet city of Stalingrad and continued to push to Moscow, throwing the Russians all the way beyond the Ural mountains. In 1944 D-day was a huge disaster resulting in the USA pulling out from the war and in 1947 the British Isles was invaded and conquered. The was was at an end, only on the western front however for Stalin and his Russia the war was long-term....
Losing the war
Red Army forces had suffered massive losses and the German army was now facing a bitter guerrilla war but the Soviets, who regrouped at Omsk and launched a effective guerrilla tactics. In 1947 Hitler declared victory against the allies, and by this time most major Soviet forces had been all but destroyed. Still under the command of Comrade Stalin, Soviet forces men and women regrouped and adopted partisan and guerrilla styled fighting. The USA despite being out of the war continued to secretly fund the Soviet government with weapons and even sending black ops specialists to train them. Stalin begun building network tunnels, stockpiling weapons and food. In the winter of 1947, 600,000 Russian forces begun a renewed offensive against the German Reich hitting several major bases in the occupied Urals.
Hitler had always hoped to keep the Germans at war for as long as possible which was part of his Nazi Ideology, to keep the German people on their toes. The bitter guerrilla which the German armed forces were now being engaged in in Siberia was the perfect place for such a fantasy. With the war seemingly ending and the Russian resistance seeming no major threat, Hitler ordered the finest and major troops back to greater Germany. Only a few battalions remained mainly new German recruits and the Russian Liberation Army. However the German high command had no idea how advanced still was the Communist enemy, and by January of 1948 all young new recruits and the Russian Liberation army had been depleted. Hitler now realised how serious the threat still was.
In 1948 a group of heavily armed and well trained Soviet guerrillas launched a major surprise attack on the occupied city of Kiev, destroyed a munitions dump and killing 25 German occupation troops. It was the first attack against Occupied Russia. In reprisals the Germans executed 50 Russian prisoners. Still however it was a great morale boost to the insurgency and showed just how Soviets were still able to face the German forces.
In the areas of Yekerinburg and Novograd, Hitler had placed thousands upon thousands of Communists, Anti-Nazis, slaves and Jews to labour camps. But in a very serious situation these camps became targets of the resistance, between February and June of 1948 several camps were liberated the escapees mostly joined the resistance forces. And in turn 100,000 of German troops were slaughtered in the process.
The Resistance splits
Throughout 1947 up until the liberation of camps in June 1948 the resistance was solely soldiers from the shattered Red Army. However, after breakout of prisoners and ex-convicts, many splinter groups emerged all of which had different ideologies. There were Soviet communists, militant communists, anti-Nazi guerrillas, pro-democracy fighters, Militant Stalinists, Islamic fighters, Jewish fighters, and other smaller group less effective groups. Each side with their own goal, after post-Nazi Russia. However the great momentum of the resistance continued throughout the war and never slipped, much to Hitler's disadvantage.
Hitler and the high-command had the final straw when Militant communists of the "Russian Peoples Army* sent three kamikaze bombers into Moscow and destroyed two buses of German colonists, killing up to 150 people.