Why thought? This timeline is about an alliance of Communists and National Socialists overthrowing Yeltsin thereby plugging Russia into a massively destructively civil war. The OTL-craziness of neo-Nazis, as well as the previous topic of how OTL-Communist regimes historically always end up in genocide, seems pretty much on topic for the timeline.I think we’re kind of straying from the timeline’s topic, tbh.
Also, as a simple point of my understanding of "good behavior" on this site, then the "let's stay on topic"-card is for the thread owner to play, not anybody else.
Having said that, then I am very much looking forward to the chapter of the story from the author. It must be difficult to write, because once a timeline gets into nuclear war, then we are very off into uncharted territory, as there fortunately isn't an OTL-occurrence to model it on. This means you would have make guesses on a) how nuclear weapons would be deployed, b) how destructive they would be in terms of shelters and such, c) how the long term local and potentially global effects are or rather how long term the effects are.
There are educated guesses based on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, subsequent tests and modelling, but (fortunately) nothing more.