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The End of the Reich
Germany, at the beginning of 1965, was a nation awaiting its downfall. Before the war with Japan, it had had an army of some 15,000,000 and a population of 100,000,000 Germans out of the billion that lived in the Greater German Reich. In the war, almost 160,000,000 had died, including 70% of its armed forces which were killed mainly due to gas and disease. The remaining armed forces were extremely stretched as, seizing the moment, revolution broke out in the Middle East, Africa, The USSR and Europe; also disturbing news came that Soviet guerrillas in Eastern Siberia had Castro call on Germany to surrender unconditionally saying that their empire was going the way of the Romans and could not survive (especially due to the fact that Germany was becoming increasingly decadent due to their use of slaves and their propaganda).
As Germany's entire army was either engaged in fighting or keeping order in its empire, it could only deploy air craft against the East coast of North America. The front began to collapse as coalition forces launched an all-out attack in Asia. To make it worse for Germany, Soviet partisans were being heavily supplied and soon began to push the Germans back themselves with gas and conventional attacks, culminating in a Battle at Har Megiddo on July 7, 1968, which confirmed the final defeat of German forces. Finally, the US with new B-52 bombers unleashed giant bombing raids against Germany itself, even using experimental VX Nerve Gas and Tactical nuclear bombs (this wasn't seen as controversial, even to Chomsky, because they felt that the Third Reich was reaping the atrocities they had sown, and some say that the fury of the attacks was in revenge for Castro's wife being murdered by SS officers). After a few days, a B-52 wing unleashed hydrogen bombs over Nuremberg and Munich. Within two months every large German city had been hit with bombs, with one such raid having killed the Reichkanzler and the OKW and the Volkshalle and the arch of victory crumbled under the B-52s. Germany fell as Coalition troops arrived in Berlin on the 30th of July 1971, with General Robert McNamara personally leading his forces through the ruins of Berlin. The Reichkanzlership passed to Gustav Marcus.
After futile fighting in what was left of the Third Reich (Denmark and Norway), the last divisions of the Waffen SS surrender after Oslo is wiped out with another hydrogen bomb. Reichkanzler Marcus eventually surrendered after being caught in a spider hole outside Copenhagen, subsisting on chocolate bars and Marcus also hadn't shaved for several years since he went into hiding after the H-bombing of Nuremberg.
He signed the Treaty of Versailles (ironically, in the same carriageway as the 1918 treaty was signed). It stripped Germany of its Eastern Territories, forced it to demilitarize, pay reparations to the nations it used for slaves mounting into the quadrillions, and burden full responsibility for all the wars of the 20th century it participated in.
The Axis, after four bloody wars, had finally been defeated, with massive street parties from Anchorage to Montreal, from Buenos Aires to Miami, raging for months on end. Hours After Berlin fell, Castro symbolically returned the Fasces in front of the US senate in the style of Cincinnatus after his job was done, delivering a speech announcing the USA has won World War III, retiring to run a farm and he said that new elections shall be set for 1972, which Robert Kennedy won handsomely. As the world began to rebuild, the map was redrawn ...