In 1962 John F Kennedy undertakes a high risk operation to destroy the Nuclear Missiles on Cuba. It begins a Hot War with the USSR.
- April: The U.S Marines land in Cuba in an attempt to destroy the Soviet missiles. After a brief skirmish near Havana, the Cuban Army is beaten.
- May: The USSR warns Kennedy to withdraw his troops from Cuba or face war. The Americans continue fighting.
- June: A declaration of war is made by Kruschev against the U.S
- July: The Soviets launch nuclear weapons at Cuba, decimating the Americans.
- September: Soviet troops cross into West Berlin and defeat the West German Army.
- October: American soldiers land in Holland, and begin an offensive called Operation Antwerp.
- December: the Soviets launch nuclear missiles at New York. The Americans launch nukes at Moscow.
- January: Alec Douglas Home adds his own troops of Britain to the American Force.
- February: The Soviets invade France and secure Strasbourg.
- April: Britain, France, and the U.S agree to coordinate their nuclear strikes on Russia.
- May: Nuclear missiles are launched at every major nuclear silo and city in Russia. Kruschev has a cardiac arrest and dies.
- June: The Soviets are pushed out of France and cornered near Dussel.
- July: The Soviets formally surrender to the Allies in Berlin.
- November: The Chinese invade Russia. The U.S sanction them.
- January: John F. Kennedy is forced to resign by his government.
- March: In the elections for President, George S. Patton runs as a Republican and wins the election.
- June: Patton begins negotiations with the Chinese to withdraw from Russia.
- August: The negotiations fail, and the U.N votes to go to war against China.
- September: China