The War Begins
February 27th, 1958. The USSR invades Greece. The USSR's military might secures them an easy victory by March. Khrushchev ensures the Allies that this is The USSR's last move, but the Allies declare war on the USSR. While Allied troops land in Greece, The USSR orders its Czech region to invade Austria. Harold Macmillan, British Prime Minister, states: "The USSR has gone too far, now."
Austria is conquered and becomes a new Soviet Region. The USSR orders its Finnish Region to invade Norway. Meanwhile in Greece, The Allies are met by a Fierce Soviet Army, which forces the Allies to retreat. Meanwhile, Finnish forces are having trouble conquering Norway, until the USSR sends help, and Norway is conquered. Japan, which is still under US occupation since WW2, is forced to send troops into the USSR. Japanese troops are pummeled. As a result, the USSR conquers Hokkaido. US troops plan a liberation of Hokkaido, while some Japanese feel that the USSR is liberating Japan from US occupation. Meanwhile, West Germany prepares for a USSR invasion.
Unstopable Red Army
It is December 2nd, 1958. Winter arrives in Hokkaido and makes it hard for US troops to bear the weather. The USSR truly has weather on their side. US troops retreat from Hokkaido, to regroup with the Allies. Meanwhile, the USSR finally invades West Germany. However, they are met by a Fierce West German Army, but the weather gives the USSR the advantage. The West German Army surrenders. It is now 1959. North Korea, with USSR support, invades South Korea. But the Allies react immediately to counter advancing North Korean troops in Seoul. Allied troops successfully defeat North Korea and occupy the "Hermit Kingdom." This means that the USSR has lost an ally. Out of spite, the USSR marches into Honshu. Allied troops arrive to fend off advancing Soviet troops. The Japanese people however, are uprising against US occupation. US President Dwight D. Eisenhower states: "Let Japan be a part of the USSR if they want to so much. They will realise their mistake eventually." And with that being said, US troops withdrawal from Japan, allowing it to become a region of the USSR.
The World at stake
The USSR now plans to invade South Korea from Japan. But before that can happen, Eisenhower gives Khrushchev an offer. "Mr. Khrushchev, if the USSR pulls its troops out of Norway, West Germany and Greece, the Allies will not wage war on your country any more, also, we will give you North Korea to occupy." Khrushchev accepts the offer.
After the USSR pulled its troops out of West Germany, Norway and Greece, it occupied North Korea and continued to occupy Japan and Austria. The Allies kept a strict watch on the USSR assuring the USSR stick to its promises.