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Nationalist People's Republic of Saxony
Nationalistische Volksrepublik Sachsen
Timeline: 1983: Doomsday

OTL equivalent: Western Saxony
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Saxony
Location of Saxony
Capital Annaberg-Buchholz
Largest city Plauen
Other cities Auerbach
  others Russian, Czech
Government Presidential Republic
Population est 280,000 
Independence July 1988
Currency Sachsenmark, Barter

The Nationalist People's Republic of Saxony (Nationalistische Volksrepublik Sachsen) is a survivor nation based around Annaberg-Buchholz, a city in the south of former East Germany. It has declared itself the successor to the pre-DDR state of Saxony.



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Atomic sirikes in East Germany

100kt strikes

  • Altenburg
  • Chemnitz
  • Damgarten
  • Dranske
  • Dresden
  • Fürstenberg/Havel
  • Groß Dölln
  • Halle
  • Leipzig
  • Magdeburg
  • Parchim
  • Peenemünde
  • Rechlin
  • Rostock
  • Strausberg
  • Wünsdorf
  • Zerbst
  • Zwickau
  • Zossen

10kt strikes

  • Bitterfeld chemical industry complex
  • Goitzsche brown-coal open cast mine
  • Görlitz brown-coal open cast mine
  • Nochten brown-coal open cast mine
  • Cottbus Air Base\Flugplatz Cottbus-Nord Airport
  • Jüterbog's Soviet army base
  • The Soviet's Jüterbog Airfield\Altes Lager airfield
  • The Soviet's Altenburg Airfield.


The southern region of East Germany was severely affected by the Doomsday attacks. Targets included Saxony's four largest cities, Chemnitz, Dresden, Leipzig, and Zwickau, along with the Soviet air base at Altenburg.

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The Green Revolution

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Contact with Weimar

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The Present

In recent years, citizens from Saxony and several neighboring survivor nations have proposed the creation of a political, economic and military alliance in order to combat the increasing belligerence of Prussia, Waldeck-Hesse, and other potential threats. It is generally believed that such an alliance will eventually be formed.



International Relations

Saxony has normal relations with the Weimar regime, although they are strained due to a minor border dispute.

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