I know that there has been a large thread on this topic some time ago, but I don’t feel like resurrecting one that has been dead for years, so I’ll just start this new one. People are gonna like this. It’s the final result of a sidestep-project I’ve been working on since seeing Knight Templar’s map for the post-war plans of a Nazi-controlled Europe. Decided to make my own version using his base map as a start, and to improve on it by correcting the borders and adding in the internal divisions. From there the idea just expanded more and more, until I eventually ended up with this. It took me quite some time, but now that I’ve finally completed it, I think I can safely say that this is probably one of the best Nazi victory maps ever made, showing just what they were planning to do to Europe after the endsieg. Definitely my best one to date, in any case. I’ve done the map and the accompanying legend entirely in German to fit with the overall theme, so I hope people who have difficulty understanding the language will forgive me for that. Per the post-war plans, Germany has been expanded all the way up to the Urals, and now also includes most other Germanic countries in Europe. In the east, mass extermination and expulsion of the local population is taking place on an enormous scale as more and more areas are turned into colonies for German settlers, while the rest of the continent has been assimilated into a Nazi-dominated economic and political power bloc as satellite states of the Reich, whether openly or de-facto. Much of the cities in the annexed Soviet territories that have not undergone almost complete depopulation due to engineered hunger epidemics or that have been resettled with Germans are now used merely as the administrative seats of their respective regions. General famine is widespread, even in the countryside, while numerous guerrilla resistance groups roam the vast Russian lands, constantly hunted by the Wehrmacht and paramilitary SS forces. I’ve had to resort to a small amount of guesswork in some places, but I don’t think any of them are unrealistic assumptions. For instance, some city names have been deliberately over-translated into German ones – really, it fits right in with the brutal Germanization policies that were to be carried out in the conquered territories. I also improvised a bit with the General Government. It’s common knowledge that it was supposed to have been abolished and turned into new German provinces in about 15 to 20 years after its formation, but I’ve seen few references as to what these were supposed to have been called. Martin Bormann apparently suggested to Hitler that it should eventually be reorganized into a “Vandalengau”, to be composed of the entire GG. However, this seems needlessly impractical to me if only for administrative purposes. The territory and its population is simply too large. The largest OTL gau was East Prussia (due to its massive expansion in nearly all directions) and even that was a burden to properly control, mostly because of the inclusion of large, hostile foreign populations. So here its wartime districts are instead re-divided into the new reichsgaue of Weichselland, Goralenland, and Galicia/Galizien. And I’ve done away with the notion that Italy could maintain any significant degree of independence from Germany. A lot of people seem to think that their alliance with the Germans buys the Italians far more plus points than they would likely have received in reality. Mussolini’s regime was held with disdain by the vast majority of the senior Nazi officials and military officers for its overall military incompetence, not to mention that there was still a lot of grievance over the loss of South Tyrol among many Germans. One of the few advocates of allying with the Italians was Hitler in fact, who held Mussolini in high esteem for much of his career. However, the Nazis’ planned “Neuordnung” in Europe was to be organized along ethnic and racial lines, with the Latin and Balkan peoples enjoying a second-rate status (while much of the Slavic peoples as well as the Jews were to be simply exterminated) to the “Aryan master-race”. As soon as the Germans had solidified effective control over their eastern empire they would have quickly dealt with any potential insubordination from a supposed “ally” by eliminating the Italian sphere of influence in Europe. There is simply no place for a rival power in a Europe under complete Nazi hegemony. The Kingdom is thus overthrown, and Mussolini installed as the Fascist puppet ruler over an alternate Italian Social Republic, which is forced to give up the lands that Germany desired in it’s northeast, and losing nearly its entire colonial empire in the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Some countries in south-east Europe either gain or lose additional territories from this course of events, which falls neatly in line with the divide-and-conquer strategy used by Germany for the states subservient to it. I think that about covers it. I’d be grateful for comments and questions.