These are the results after the Second Great War, the Global War, or Second Wold War in the Broken Ice timeline.


The War in Europe was officially over on September 19, 1944, when the Peace of Stockholm was subscribed.

The signatories of the Peace of Stockholm were:

  • Axis Powers (defeated)
    • Marshal Erwin Rommel, in representation of Germany.
    • Karl Renner, in representation of Austria.
  • Allies (winners)

The main points of the armistice included:

  • Germany would be confined to pre-1937 borders, except for Breslau and surroundings which would be transferred to Poland. This included the dissolution of the Anschluss.
    • The military should be dismantled, and current military government should be replaced by a non-Nazi civil government.
    • Germany would be divided in four zones, occupied by the United Kingdom, France, Poland, and the Soviet Union. These zones were not to be annexed by the occupying powers and civil service should be controlled by the German civil government.
    • Law enforcement and other means of armed control, would be in charge of the occupation powers, following the laws of the German civil government (unless those laws would be illegal)
  • Austria would be separated from Germany, and as well as Germany, a civil government would be established. France, Britain, Poland and the Soviet Union would occupy Austria just for police and other similar duties.
  • Poland would lost the territories east of the Cuzon line to the Soviet republics of Byelorussia and Ukraine. But would get control on the former Free City of Danzig, and Breslau.
    • The Polish government in exile in Britain would be recognized as the legitimate government in Poland.
  • France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Liechenstein, Denmark and Norway would be fully re-established, with successor governments from 1940.
  • Czechoslovakia would be re-established and occupied by Poland and the Soviet Union on terms similar than Austria and Germany.
  • Hungary, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia would be recognized their pro-Soviet governments.
  • Greece and Italy would be recognized their pro-British governments.
  • Finland would be confined the borders defined in the Peace of Moscow from 1940.
  • The United Kingdom would recover the Channel Islands.

The occupation forces in Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia would last no less than 5 years, but no longer than 50 years, whenever the occupying powers decide that police and other army duties could be trusted to the civil government.

Early post-war

In June 1945, the Council of Europe was formed, including all mutually recognized European nations with exception of Switzerland, the Holy See, and Albania. The see of the Council was in the Swiss city of Geneva. The United States joined the Council of Europe as observer.

In August 1948, the Council of Europe became the World Council of Nations, with the inclusion of the United States, China, Japan, and 36 other states outside of Europe. By 1952, the World Council included most mutually recognized sovereign nations with the main exception of Switzerland.

The Polish communist party became the leader of the left coalition government in October 1948. Soon a series of por-soviet reforms were introduced.

Austria was the first of the occupied countries to regain full sovereignty, effective on October 1, 1949, before the Cold War became a decisive factor.

In October 1951, the Polish government called for earlier elections and the communist party won by landslide. Short after the constitution was reformed for banning the party system and fully establishing pro-soviet communism.

In December 1951, Poland and the Soviet Union agreed that the pro-Soviet government in Czechoslovakia was mature enough to be granted full sovereignty. The Soviet Union, however, did not retired the whole occupation army.

By the end of 1951, it was evident that a Cold War existed between the Soviet Union and her satellites, and the West, represented by the United Kingdom and the United States. Germany was doomed to complete the 50 years of occupation.

East Asia and the Pacific

The War in Europe was officially over on June 23, 1946, when the Peace of Tokyo was subscribed.

The signatories of the Peace of Stockholm were:

The main points of the armistice included.

  • Japan would preserve her sovereignty but limited to the Home Islands. The nation should be demilitarized and any armed duty would be in charge of the occupation forces of the United States, the British Commonwealth, China, and the Soviet Union.
    • This occupation would not be shorter than 5 years and no longer than 50 years, while the occupying powers decided that Japan would not be a threat.
  • In China, the Kuomintang government of Chiang Kai-shek was recognized, even by the Soviet Union (who still declared the support to the Chinese communist party and demanded an agreement between Chiang and Mao).
    • Manchukuo would cease to exist and would become part of China.
  • The Soviet Union would recover all pre-1905 Russian territories.
  • Korea would be independent, under the tutelage of the United States, the British Commonwealth, China, and the Soviet Union.
  • Britain, the Netherlands, France, the United States, and Australia would recover their colonies and territories as per 1940.

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