Austria and Hungary made a quick attack on Germany after the Kaiser said that was going to help the Spanish against the French. The German troops were mostly on the French border, so until the troops were mobilized to the front, German Poland were losing. Italy sent men to push back the French, but were having a hard time. Great Britain shored men in Germany and others in France. The Ottoman Republic started an attack over the Asian colonies, but were pushed back by the colonial defenses. Yugoslavia made a offensive against Greece, not knowing the Greek resistance.
The New English-Brazilian-Mexican troops landed in both Spain and Greece, pushing back the Yugoslavians and the French. The British reached Paris and received a surrender. Germany pushed back the Austrian-Hungarian troops and were marching to Vienna. The Ottoman Republic requested peace, but they needed to enter the war in the West Alliance side. Belgrade surrendered to the Greek troops, but before Vienna where reached, the USSR entered the war. The USSR could have turned the war, but the German troops kept advancing against Vienna and the Führer Adolf Hitler committed suicide. Austria and Hungary surrendered. Only the USSR stood against the West Alliance. A front was made and stopped a little inside the USSR borders, while the China/USSR border also were a stopped front. Like WW1, trenches were dug on the fronts and so lasted until 1945. It could have stayed that way, if the New English-Brazilian Nuclear program hadn't succeeded. Vladivostok was the first nuclear target, but the USSR still didn't surrender. Rostov was nuked also, and then the USSR surrendered, since the West Alliance announced the intention of nuking Moscow next.