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The point of divergence in this althist is after WW2. The transistor is never invented, and scientists devote their time and research to harness the atom and vacuum tubes. This paves the way for a so called: "Golden Age", locking society into a 1950's cultural stasis. After Stalin died in 1953, the Soviet Union was faced with a big decision: whether or not to seek peace with the west. At that time, Yugoslavia had withdrawn from the bloc entirely, and talks with the other countries of the Warsaw Pact broke down, leading to the dismantling of the pact itself in 1955. Though the Soviet Union tried to talk peace, the United States refused any talks with the country, that was, until Nixon entered office in 1961. He re-approached the Soviet Union, and finally, in 1971, Nixon announced that the United States and the Soviet Union will stop all hostilities. In 1975, the Valliant-Yedinstvo space mission occurs, in which an American astronaut and a soviet cosmonaut met in orbit over Earth, and greeted each other with a handshake. This historic event sparked a prosperous relationship between the two countries, and in 1976, the Soviet Union announced that it would start a free market reform. They continued to say that the country will become more Democratic. This was a slap in the face against Communism to China, and they denounced the Soviet Union.
- September 18: The United States Department of Intelligence (USDI) is founded.
- July 23: The "West European Coal Community" is formed when France, West Germany, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg and Italy enters into a mutual agreement to centralize the coal industries of its member states.
- October: China invades Tibet, incorporating it into the People's Republic.
- July 9: The United States Space Administration (USSA) is established, followed by the dissolution of the United States Committee for Aeronautics (USCA) on October 19.
- December 13: President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Commonwealth Reorganisation Act of 1953. This reorganizes the United States into 13 Commonwealths, each encompassing several states.
- Canadians begin to protest against the British control of Canadian politics in order to show that it is ready to become its own separate nation from the United Kingdom. The British Prime Minister, afraid the Canadians will explode into violence, orders soldiers into the streets of major Canadian cities (i.e. Montreal), to keep order. Then, Canadians begin to riot over the fact that British soldiers are stationed in their cities. Between April and December, many more riots occur, resulting in the death of nearly 30 British soldiers and the injury of hundreds of Canadian citizens. The Prime Minister, feeling pressure from Britain and the Canadians, asks Queen Elizabeth II for her consent on signing an act of which Canada would become its own separate nation, free from UK control.
- February 19: Queen Elizabeth II gives her consent, and the Canada Act of 1957 is passed, along with the Constitution Act of 1957, giving Canada full ownership of its constitution. From there, the Commonwealth of Canada is born.
- January 20: Richard M. Nixon is sworn into office as the 35th President of the United States.
- April 17: 5000 USDI-trained Cuban Exiles invade the Bay of Pigs in an attempt to overthrow the Communist regime led by Fidel Castro.
- April 23: Fidel Castro' government is overthrown. Fidel Castro is sent into exile. Communism in Cuba is extinguished.
- July 12: Captain Charles Farmer of the United States Space Administration becomes the first human in space, lasting 12 minutes while making a full rotation around earth. He sent photographs and video back to the USSA, before perishing when the pod crash landed back on Earth. His body was then transported to the Museum of Technology.
- August 16: The West European Coal Community is renamed: The "Commonwealth of European Nations".
- May 3: President Nixon signs the Civil Rights Act of 1965 and Voting Rights Act. This allows Negros and other minorities in the US to have equal economic and political freedom. Many were surprised by this, but Nixon said, "All Americans have the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Whether we are Black, White, Green, or Yellow; we are all united under the stars and stripes of this nation."
- October: The 22nd Amendment is repealed by Congress, allowing Nixon to run for a third and even fourth term.
- June 21: The Canadian Intelligence Agency (CIA) is founded.
- February: The Valentine Revolution takes place. Socialist protesters fill the streets of Ottawa and other major Canadian Cities. Socialist leader Miguel Figueroa takes office on February 16.
- January 1: The "Commonwealth of European Nations" changes its name to the "European Commonwealth".
- January 17: China invades Japan.
- February 16: Under complete Chinese control, the Treaty of Kyoto is signed. In this treaty, Japan is forced to demobilize and disarm it's armed forces, grant 99 year leases for Japanese naval bases, and have Chinese soldiers stationed on the all of the islands of Japan for an indefinite time.
- January 20: George W. Bush is sworn into office.
- August: Alberta Atomics creates the first Cold Fusion Engine. It is planned to be used in a new project, conducted in co-operation with Chrysalis Motors.
- Summer: Alberta Arms fields the C10 Rhino.
- September 11: An attack on the World Trade Center is repelled.
- September 27: The Federation of South American Countries is established. It unites South America under one banner.
- October 4: Europe, not liking the rise in gas prices (around $10 a gallon), invades Arabia.
- October 8: Iran brings their Nuclear Program online. Progress on a nuclear warhead begins.
- January 1: Europe (in coalition with Israel) bomb key Iranian Nuclear Targets, in hopes of sabotaging their nuclear program, although failing to do so.
- January 2: Iran launches 17 missile strikes at Arabia's largest oil fields. It cripples the economy, and the whole world goes to hell.
- January 3:
- January 12: The United States sends troops to China.
- January 15: Resources are strained from increasing demands in power for American cities. Tanks become bogged down on the mainland in China, and a nuclear reactor in New York goes supercritical, causing a near meltdown.
- February 2: For Oil interests, The United States invades Mexico.
- March: In preparedness for a nuclear attack from China, United States government officials and their families retreat to remote places around the globe, taking shelter in private underground shelters.
- March 15: Between now and December 21, Area 52 is evacuated.
- December 21: ---Doomsday--- "December 21, 2012. The Day America was wiped out by the weapons they had built to protect themselves". 4:51pm, China launches a nuclear holocaust upon the United States. Canada, fearing some missiles are being launched upon it's cities, brings their Anti-Nuclear Defense System online. The United States retaliates, and launches all of their missiles towards China, and in turn, sacrificing their armies stationed there. All families that reserved spaces in Vaults, retreat underground.
- The year after Doomsday. The United States of America is no longer a Superpower. While remnants of the government try to rebuild, their efforts are in vain. Canada becomes the sole superpower of America.
- January 4: Canada invades the former United States. Within two weeks, the entire country (along with annexed Mexico), comes under Canadian Control.
- February 19: A meeting with Prime Minister Miguel Figueroa and Vladimir Putin takes place in Alaska, and as a gift of friendship, Alaska is split between the two countries. This marks a sparking relationship between the Commonwealth of Canada and the Soviet Union.