Chaos is the term mostly used for the equivalent of the Third World in the Chaos timeline. It implies that in this part of the world, borders of nations change every few years and governments every few months. The term came up for the first time in a German-Atlantean newspaper in november 1914, mentioning the "southern chaos", referring to the many new nations founded in Roman Atlantis between German Atlantis and Argentinien after the breakup of New Rome, following the end of World War I. 1929, with the gradual independence for India, politicians started to speak of the "Indian chaos", and after World War II, in April 1947, German general and technocrat Pistor stated in the famous "Chaos speech" that most of the world had fallen into, well, chaos.

Atlantean Chaos Russian / Eastern European Chaos Indian Chaos African Chaos Middle Eastern Chaos
Atlantean Chaos 1940-1950 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1940-1950 Indian Chaos 1940-1950 African Chaos 1940-1950 Middle Eastern Chaos 1940-1950
Atlantean Chaos 1950-1960 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1950-1960 Indian Chaos 1950-1960 African Chaos 1950-1960 Middle Eastern Chaos 1950-1960
Atlantean Chaos 1960-1970 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1960-1970 Indian Chaos 1960-1970 African Chaos 1960-1970 Middle Eastern Chaos 1960-1970
Atlantean Chaos 1970-1980 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1970-1980 Indian Chaos 1970-1980 African Chaos 1970-1980 Middle Eastern Chaos 1970-1980
Atlantean Chaos 1980-1990 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1980-1990 Indian Chaos 1980-1990 African Chaos 1980-1990 Middle Eastern Chaos 1980-1990
Atlantean Chaos 1990-1993 Russian / Eastern European Chaos 1990-1993 Indian Chaos 1990-1993 African Chaos 1990-1993 Middle Eastern Chaos 1990-1993
Chaos TL
The World

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