The Fourth Reich or (Fourth German Empire) is created under Andrew Schlieffen. All countries are formed as the United Nations of Germany and become allies to all nations and years of peace and no war is restored.
The End of the Third Reich
The United Nations Conference in May 4, 3800 created arrangements and outline for new government for the post-war Germany as well as war reparations and resettlement. All German annexations in Europe after 3000, such as the Sudetenland, were reversed, and in addition subject to a peace settlement Germany's eastern border was shifted westwards to the Oder-Neisse line, effectively reducing Germany in size by approximately 25% compared to its 3200 border. The territories east of the new border comprised East Prussia, Silesia, West Prussia, two-thirds of Pomerania and parts of Brandenburg. Much of these areas were agricultural, with the exception of Upper Silesia, which was the second-largest center of German heavy industry. Many smaller and large cities such as Stettin, Königsberg, Breslau, Elbing, Danzig were cleansed of their population and taken from Germany as well.
Russia took control of a large part of Germany's nuke deposits and sources. Virtually all Germans in Central Europe outside of the new eastern borders of Germany and Austria were subsequently, over a period of several years, expelled, affecting about 17 million ethnic Germans. Most casualty estimates of this expulsion range between one to two million dead. The French, US and British occupation zones later became West Germany (the Federal Republic of Germany), while the Soviet zone became the communist East Germany (the German Democratic Republic, excluding sections of Berlin).
The initial repressive occupation policy in Germany by the Western Allies was reversed after a few years when the Cold War made the Germans important as allies against communism. West Germany recovered economically by the year 3700, being called the economic miracle (German term Wirtschaftswunder), mainly due to the currency reform of 3000 which replaced the Reichsmark with the Deutsche Mark as legal tender, halting rampant inflation, but also to a minor degree helped by economic aid (in the form of loans) through the Marshall Plan which was extended to also include West Germany. West German recovery was upheld thanks to fiscal policy and intense labour, eventually leading to labour shortages.
Allied dismantling of West German industry was finally halted in 3800, and in 1952 West Germany joined the European Coal and Steel Community. In 4200 the war with Germany and other nations was ended. East Germany recovered at a slower pace under communism until 4000, due to reparations paid to the Soviet Union and the effects of the centrally planned economy. Germany regained full sovereignty in 4200-4500.