Cold War
Berlin Wall in Nazi Germany during 1949
Date 1947 to 2006
Location United States, Nazi Germany, Fascist China, North Korea, Vietnam, Laos
Result Anti-fascist victory
Fall of Nazi Germany, Fascist China, and the Italian Social Republic
Anti-fascist forces
Flag of the United States United States
Flag of France France
Flag of South Korea South Korea
Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom
Flag of Russia (1991-1993) West Russia
Merchant flag of Japan (1870) Japan
Fascist forces
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945) Nazi Germany
Proposal 3 for the PRC flag Chinese Social Federation
Flag of Vietnam Vietnam
War flag of the Italian Social Republic Italian Social Republic
Flag of North Korea North Korea
Flag of Laos (1952-1975) Laos
Flag of German Reich (1933–1935) East Russia
Commanders and leaders
Anti-fascist leaders
Flag of the United States Harry S. Truman
Flag of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower
Flag of the United States John F. Kennedy
Flag of the United States Richard Nixon
Flag of the United States Ronald Reagan
Flag of South Korea Rhee Syngman
Flag of the United Kingdom Winston Churchill
Flag of Russia (1991-1993) Nikita Khrushchev
Fascist leaders
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945) Adolf Hitler
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945) Hermann Göring
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945) Joseph
Proposal 3 for the PRC flag Mao Zedong
Proposal 3 for the PRC flag Deng Xiaoping
War flag of the Italian Social Republic Benito Mussolini
Flag of North Korea Kim II-sung

The Cold War was a sustained state of political and military tension between the powers in the West Bloc (the United States with Russia and others) and powers in the East Bloc (Nazi Germany with Fascist China and others). It was "cold" because there was no large-scale fighting directly between the two sides, although there were major regional wars in Korea and Vietnam. The Cold War took place after the Axis Powers won World War II and the fall of the Soviet Union, leaving United States and Nazi Germany as two superpowers with profound economic and political differences over capitalism and democracy. Despite this, the Japanese lost to the Chinese which lead to the establishment of the Chinese Social Federation, an ally of Nazi Germany.

The two superpowers never engaged directly in full-scale armed combat but they each armed heavily in preparation of an all-out nuclear World War III.

End of World War II (1945-47)

When the war ended, Hitler ordered the execution of Joseph Stalin after the Soviets surrendered to the Nazis. Stalin was executed on May 24, 1945 in Berlin and what came along his death was none other than the fall of his mighty Soviet Union. Nazi Germany took its republics in the Ukraine, North Asia, etc. This granted the Nazis more momentum and eventually they got into an argument with the Americans about what the map of the world should look like.

Fascism spreads to Asia

After World War II, Asia had lost much of their communist influence due to the fall of the Soviet Union. China tried to convince the other nations of Asia to ally with the Nazis which made the majority of Asia furious. They felt that despite the fall of the Soviet Union, it was treason to ally with Nazi Germany. China was now furious by the nations' response. In retaliation, China invaded these nations and along with Nazi Germany offered their respect. Although Asia still felt they should worship the former Soviet Union, they agreed to join and were extremely grateful for China and Germany keeping their promise of respect.

The Chinese invade Paris

In 1946, Paris was invaded by the Chinese. The Chinese bombed the Eiffel Tower, neutralized Notre Dame de Paris, and occupied the rest of the city. This started a war between France and China known as Second Sino-French War.