The Communist World tells how the world changes after the Communist powers are victorious from the late 1800s to the Cold War. The timeline will expain how the Western powers (United States, Great Britain, France) who rule the globe through imperialism and capitalism is replaced by the Communist powers (Soviet Union, China, Germany) rule the world with Communist governments and socialist economies.
Great War (1914-1919)
Interwar Period (1920-1939)
Great Patriotic War (1939-1946)
Then in the 30's, while Europe is experiencing revolutions, the Great Patriotic War (1939-1946) broke out after Vichy France invaded parts of Western Europe to reclaim their lost lands, but they are crushed together with the allies, led by the Soviet Union and Great Britain. President Franklin D. Roosevelt removes the U.S. Pacific fleet from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, saving it from Japanese attack, and ensuring that the U.S. never enters the Great Patriotic War but still maintains a well-equipped naval power. Great Britain retains most of its military-industrial strength, contributing more to the Allied war effort, leading to French defeat in North Africa and Spain; a British advance through the Caucasus to guide the Soviets to victory in the Battle of Stalingrad ; Italy reneging on its membership in and betrayal of the Axis Powers; British armor and the Red Army jointly conquering Paris.
Cold War (1948-1991)
Later the Cold War begins for global hegemony, between United States, United Kingdom and its puppets acquire in the Imperial Federation (and ANTO) against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics including its puppets enclosed in the Warsaw Pact. Post-war, the USSR establishes strong political-economic relations with Chairman Lin Biao’s left-wing regime in China, after vanquishing the Communist radical Mao Zedong. Churchill remains Britain's leader; and, because of its military-industrial might, the British Empire does not collapse; The British Empire becomes racist and more expansionist post-war, while the U.S. return to its isolationist policy and outlaws Jim Crow , resolving its racism by the 1950s. Both changes provoke racialist-cultural tensions between the US and the UK, leading to Anglo-American Split between the two vaguely liberal, democratic, capitalist societies.
After the Cuban War , the United States allows the Soviet missiles and troops to remain in Cuba during the war and the complete withdrawal from foreign bases in 1968. Thus, Communism spread throughout Latin America over the United States. Due to the embargo of the many countries that were in the Communist sphere, the United States went bankrupt and lost its position as a great power by the 1980s. This causes the United States to use massively detente and isolationism, so Latin America and Southeast Asia is filled with pro-Communist dictators that eventually benefit the Soviet Union in economic and military strength.
The most tense involved the Tokyo Blockade (1948–1949), the Cuban War (1960–1963), the Suez Crisis (1956), the Tokyo Crisis of 1961 , the Newfoundland Missile Crisis (1962), the Yom Kippur War (1973), the Soviet war in Afghanistan (1979–1989), the Falkland Island War (1975–1989), and the “Iron Fist” Warsaw Pact military exercises (1983). The conflict was expressed through military coalitions, strategic conventional force deployments, extensive aid to client states, espionage, massive propaganda campaigns, conventional and nuclear arms races, appeals to neutral nations, rivalry at sports events, and technological competitions such as the Space Race. The USSR and UK fought proxy wars of various types: in Latin America and Southeast Asia, the USSR assisted and helped foster Communist revolutions, opposed by several Western countries and their regional allies.
Modern World (1991- 2010s)