The Baltic Liberation was the NATO ground and amphibious invasion of the Russian-occupied Baltic nations of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania during the Third World War.
Invasion of Russian-occupied Baltic States
On August 21, NATO ground forces spearheaded by the U.S. Army III Corps invades the Russian-occupied Baltic country of Lithuania. Simultaneously the 2nd U.S. Marine Division and 1 Assault Group Royal Marines launches an amphibious assault along the entire Baltic Coast.
Blockade of Kaliningrad
Less then 48 hours after the attack had begun, NATO forces blockaded the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad.
Liberation of Vilnius
NATO forces liberate the Lithuanian capital city of Vilnius.
Liberation of Riga
NATO forces liberate the Latvian capital city of Riga.
Liberation of Tallinn
NATO forces liberate the Estonian capital city of Tallinn.
NATO Plans Next Move
With the Baltic States liberated from Russian occupation, NATO makes preparations for invading Russia.