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This is the official timeline for the Hitlerland community timeline.


  • 30 April - Hitler goes into cyro sleep upon revealing the truth behind Nazi settlement of Antarctica and the new Aryan race.
  • 2 May - The city of Berlin surrenders. Soviet records state that the remains of Hitler, Braun, Joseph and Magda Goebbels, the six Goebbels children, General Hans Krebs, and Hitler's dogs are repeatedly buried and exhumed.


  • Clamor for a Jewish state in the weak of World War 2 and the holocaust increases, with a group known as Southern Zionists rising to predominance. This movement of Zionists begins rallying support for Jewish immigration to Antarctica, noting it as a free home as opposed to the Middle East, where conflict has stricken the area.
  • The first permanent Jewish settlement is established on Antarctica, attracting thousands of immigrants from war-torn Europe.
  • Seeing the success of Jewish and overall European immigration to Antarctica, James R. Stewart, successor to Marcus Garvey and leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, begins campaigning for a similar state for African Americans.


  • Several settlements are founded by African Americans on Antarctica, supported by James R. Stewart.
  • Supporters of segregation and white supremacy pass a bill to deport 12 million black Americans to Antarctica at federal expense to relieve unemployment. The motion is passed and over the course of the next year millions are moved to Antarctica from the United States.
  • To facilitate mass migration, the United States government commissions the creation of a military base on the mainland that will serve as a docking point for ships in the area. Fort Wilson is founded.
  • To facilitate the growth of their underground community, the Fourth Reich begins using prototype terraforming devices on the surface of the Antarctica. Unexpectedly by the end of the year genetically modified wheat adapt to the cold and other crops become abundant across the central Antarctic wasteland.
  • As overpopulation grows in African cities on the coast, many areas turn to slums. Starvation and poverty are widespread, leading to mass revolts and further immigration inland to escape American authority.
  • A great divide begins between "true" African city states, operated by independent local rulers or originating from the original settlers, and those funded by the United States government.


  • Several African city states further inland are unified under Stewart, having arrived a few months prior. Having contacted Nazi crops in central Antarctica, the unified African state gains a heavy advantage over loosely controlled coastal cities.
  • 13 March - The largest African revolt to date begins along the coast, with several thousand armed African Americans marching on Fort Wilson. Many prominent white settlers are murdered, while stockpiled supplies are stolen.
  • 1 September - The United States government officially cuts all ties to African settlements in Antarctica, hoping to end violence and halt the costly project. All American soldiers are withdrawn, leaving the African city states to fend for themselves.
  • 5 September - Fort Wilson, having been abandoned by American soldiers, is occupied by former US senator Champ Clark, who declares himself a count, and ruler over the local area, with Fort Wilson as his keep. The last of the White American population, including former soldiers and other settlers, flock to the independent county, finding it the last safe haven for American settlement on the continent.
  • 20 December - After an unsuccessful raid on Fort Wilson, several city states officially recognize Clark's claim to the County of Wilson. After the siege the fort is officially renamed to Wilsonhall, having withstood a heavy assault. 


  • 5 May - Stewart begins to consolidate various cities of his domain, causing a brief revolt which is put down. An army is raised for the purpose of unifying the African states.
  • 10 June - A constitution is ratified by Stewart which will serve as the governing law over all allied African city states. the African Republic is declared out of the various holdings in central Antarctica.
  • 1 July - The African Republic orders police units to invade the coastal cities, declaring their intentions to restore order. The police intervention soon escalates into a full military operation, with the Republic's standing army being mobilized.


  • Radioactive testing underneath Antarctica by the Nazi network creates an archipelago in the South Pacific, rapidly growing over the next few years.
  • 19 February - The main phase of hostilities in the African Republic is declared over, with the nation having occupied all major cities and ports of the various city states. Although violence would continue for several years after, by this date the war would be considered officially over.


  • 3 March - Oil and natural gas is discovered on the Antarctic coast, west of African lands. A US-backed company called Southern Oil is founded, which launches several expeditions to Antarctica that year.
  • 29 July - The first permanent oil drills are established on the Antarctic mainland by Southern Oil. A private army of a few hundred men is contracted to hold the region, being stationed at the town of Maudia.
  • 9 September - As oil exports from the Antarctic coast grow, Southern Oil invests in a small fleet of oil tankers to transport crude oil to the United States.
  • 4 October 1957 - The Soviet Union successfully launches Sputnik 1, the first artificial Earth satellite, into elliptical low Earth orbit.


  • 19 January - Southern Oil becomes officially backed by the United States government, gaining financial aid from congress to ensure a steady supply of oil.
  • 13 April - The United States builds several military bases and missile silos on the Antarctic coast to strike Soviet forces in a potential battle in the southern hemisphere, and to protect economic assets in the area.
  • 21 July - In response to American settlements on Antarctica, the Soviet Union orders to creation of similar settlements on the Antarctic continent, primarily east of African possessions.
  • 5 August - The United States begins construction of Camp McMurdo on the Ross Ice Shelf as a regional base and airfield in the region.
  • 30 September - Soviet influence in the eastern sections of the African Republic leads to the Antafrican Civil War, between republican and communist forces.
  • 1 December - African communists backed by Soviet forces secure the Transantarctic Mountains and invade the central sections of the nation. The invasion is officially condemned by the United States and other allied nations.
  • 5 December - The United States authorizes bombing operations over the South Pole and into occupied territory of the African Republic.
  • 20 December - The Antafrican Civil War begins causing severe disruptions in trade and business operations along the Antarctic Peninsula and the surrounding area. US businesses and organizations begin clamoring for full American intervention in the war.


  • 9 January - The first American ground troops land in the African Republic, with the United States declaring its support for the African Republic.
  • 1 February - US forces seize sections of the African Republic south of the Antarctic Peninsula to ensure the security of American business operations in the region. The Amundsen Protectorate is declared.
  • 8 February - Fort Dulles is established as the center of American command in the Antarctic, and the capital of the Amundsen Protectorate.
  • 13 March - Communist forces are successfully pushed past the Transantarctic Mountains by African and American forces.
  • 14 March - American oil exporters found a small town on Berkner Island to serve as a truck checkpoint between oil fields and the coast.
  • 9 April - The South Pole is captured by American forces after a brief battle with communist forces. Soviet supplies and artillery are believed to be present.
  • 15 April - With the communist offensive collapsing, the Soviet Union intervenes in the Antafrican Civil War, marching ground forces from Vostok and other settlements toward the South Pole.
  • 30 April - Australia launches an offensive from its many coastal settlements on Antarctica inland, up to the Soviet border before being halted. Similarly New Zealand lands troops alongside Australia, seizing control over a small amount of territory.
  • 1 May - An expedition led by the British explorer Charles Hughes discovers the Hughes Monolith previously buried underneath the South Atlantic, confirming ancient aliens.
  • The land mass explored by Hughes becomes known as Ourea, and continues to grow.
  • The religion of Jrunism is founded by settlers of Ourea drawn to the mystical monolith.
  • 4 May - An amphibious assault is launched by Canada near the Ross Ice Shelf, securing a large amount of territory and leading to the creation of a Canadian protectorate following the war.
  • 17 May - The Dome Circle Offensive begins a joint commonwealth invasion of the Soviet held Dome Circle by Commonwealth forces.
  • 15 June - Hughes Island, named for the famous British explorer conducting expeditions into Ourea, is named by British ships arriving to the north of Ourea. A permanent British settlement is established on the island, growing to a small town.
  • 20 June - South Africa successfully invades and secures the Shackleton Ice Shelf, but is repulsed in their attempts to march north and is pinned down.
  • 27 June - Hughes departs from Monolith Rock and heads north by land, where he boards ships at Cape Elizabeth, the northern most end of the island. By ship he explores the Commonwealth Archipelago to the north and the coast of Monolith Island before heading to Hughes Island.
  • 30 June - Commonwealth forces are repulsed by the Soviets at the Dome Circle, although not before inflicting heavy casualties against the defenders.
  • 1 July - Americans discover oil on a landmass north of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, named Harrison Island. Construction begins on several small settlements.
  • 5 July - A stalemate ensues between communist and coalition forces south of Vostok, with neither force able to make an significant gains.
  • 20 August - Soviet forces break through Australian lines on their right flank, disconnecting South African lines from other Commonwealth forces on land.
  • 8 September - With settlements on the Antarctic coast now containing a small permanent population to facilitate the oil business, Southern Oil designates portions of its land as territories ruled by a governor. Donald J. Russell, president of Southern Pacific Railroad is chosen as governor of the company's territory, designated as the Siculus Territory.
  • 20 September - A ceasefire is called between communist and republican forces in the Antafrican Civil War. Negotiations begin in Vienna to discuss a treaty between various parties.
  • 30 September - American forces refuse to halt bombing campaigns in Antarctica, staling peace negotiations in Vienna.


  • 12 January - The UN and the United States sponsors the creation of a puppet state in Ourea known as the South Jrunist State. 
  • 19 January - Jrunists protest the puppet government, saying it does not properly represent their people, and many begin protesting the lack of elections and the influence of western powers.
  • 30 March - The Vienna Peace Accords are signed, officially ending the Antafrican Civil War. The United States and Canada are granted numerous protectorates in Antarctica by the African Republic and through the treaty to ensure the stability of the region in the future. A border and demilitarized zone is agreed upon between the Amundsen-Scott Protectorate and Soviet held territory. All territory in the region seized by the Soviets not already held in a proper colonial territory is recognized as the Soviet Territorial Collective, and is to be largely demilitarized until organized. Other United States protectorates include the Ross Protectorate, centered in Camp Mcmurdo, and including bases and towns seized in parts of the African Republic. The islands along the outside of the African Republic are designated as the Getz Protectorate. Canadian holdings are expanded and designated the Victoria Protectorate, which is to border the Ross Dependency held by New Zealand. Communist forces are expelled from the African Republic, and a pro-American government comes to power in the nation.
  • 23 April - The British government consolidates various settlements on the Ourean continent into the British Ourean Territory, with Port Wall, Hughes Island as its territorial seat of government.
  • 1 June - The South Jrunist State launches a campaign during which communists and other anti-government elements are arrested, imprisoned, tortured, or executed.
  • 9 July - Similar measures to that in Ourea are authorized by the African Republic, with remaining communist forces or Russian populations being arrested.
  • 1 August - The United States formally purchases Berkner Island, establishing it as a military base to safeguard the Ronne Ice Shelf region.
  • 20 August - As thousands flee to Ourea, spreading the Jrunism faith, the UN places sanctions against immigration to the continent.
  • 29 August - The South Jrunist State institutes the death penalty against any activity deemed anti-government.
  • 3 September - A concentration camp for dissidents in the African Republic is established in the Transantarctic Mountains, and places a number of prisoners in high labor situations.
  • 3 December - Much of Ourea is organized into a confederation of city states, with Jrunist settlers occupying Monolith Island and several other major islands. The group begins funding and supporting a rebel movement in the south to overthrow the South Jrunist State.
  • 17 December - Paramilitary officers from the CIA's Special Activities Division begin training tribesmen in Ourea to attack the Jrunist population. The indigenous forces conducts direct action missions, led by paramilitary officers, against the anti-government rebel forces and their Jrunist supporters.


  • 20 February - The leader of the South Jrunist State is assassinated in a devastating battle in the streets of the capital.
  • 1 March - The UN authorizes a peacekeeping operation to take back the continent of Ourea, beginning the Ourean Revolution.
  • 7 March - Hitler's body is transferred to Antarctica and reanimated.
  • 11 March - American marines land on Ourea, beginning search and destroy missions by helicopter in the north of the continent.
  • 20 March - The Fourth Reich announces its presence to the international community, sparking debate over an invasion of Antarctica by NATO. Talks of such operations stale, as operations in Ourea escalate.
  • 27 March - Jrunist militants attack several foreign compounds on the islands, attacking oil shipments and other goods traveling north. Dozens of foreigners are killed. 
  • 1 May - A Norwegian fleet arrives north of German Antarctic held territory, intending to enforce their claim to the region which the Germans have now occupied.
  • 5 May - German forces engage Norwegian citizens in the northern section of the Norwegian claim, capturing Norwegian facilities at the site of the future Halbinsburg.
  • 30 May - Norway founds the military base of Håkonsbyen in Antarctica as a regional base against the Antarctic Germans. Many Norwegian settlers on the continent flee to the base, creating a large town.
  • 20 June - A Norwegian military operation to evacuate Norwegian settlers in Antarctica is met by German ground forces, beginning the Battle of the Valkyrjedomen. The Norwegians suffer heavy casualties and are forced to retreat to Håkonsbyen.
  • 23 June - A second major Norwegian settlement known as Marinebyen in founded, becoming the station for a Norwegian navy garrison.
  • 30 June - Norwegian ground forces land near Halbinsburg, but are defeated by a German army in the region. The Antarctic Germans begin marching toward Norwegian settlements on the coast.
  • 3 July - Norway appeals to NATO and the UN for assistance against the Fourth Reich. The United States announces its intentions to sent military support, as do other nations of the organization.
  • 7 July - The Antarctic Germans launch a surprise assault on Berkner Island, defeating the US garrison and capturing the island.


  • 12 February - Hitler begins the Antarctic War as a two year conflict to unite Antarctica, which had begun to be colonized by many other states, as well as by other German organizations.
  • 15 February - Antarctic German forces engage the army of the African Republic along the southern border of the the republic. Despite their greater numbers, the Africans are pushed back by German cyborgs, supported by several panzer divisions and aircraft.
  • 28 February - The British Expeditionary Force is dispatched from the Falkland Islands to aid anti-Hitler forces. They land in Marie Byrd Land and march inland to support the Jewish forces.
  • 20 March - Most of the African Republic is overrun by Antarctic German forces. A government in exile is established in Ourea.
  • 26 March - The Antarctic Germans win a surprising victory against the Zionist state, causing the Jewish army to fall into an all out retreat. Wasting no time, the German mobile divisions pursue the retreating forces to the coast, aided by incoming aircraft.
  • 1 April - The Battle of Vinson Massif begins as Antarctic German forces catch up to the Jewish army at the base of the mountain. A seven day long battle ensues along the mountain side between the British-Jewish army and the Germans.
  • 8 April - The British army orders a retreat from Vinson Massif, ending the seven day battle.
  • 1 May - The Soviet Union launches a large scale ground invasion of central Antarctica via their coastal territory east of the African Republic. Parts of the African Republic are seized, as are parts of the central plains.
  • 29 May - With their superior numbers the Soviet forces march across the central Antarctic plains, taking large amounts of casualties. By June they manage to take a good portion of German territory, but at a heavy cost, having lost half their initial force to attrition.
  • 10 June - A counteroffensive is launched by Hitler into Soviet held territory, moving a large portion of his forces from the African Republic occupation into the central plains.
  • 11 June - The Antarctic Germans unveil the V-4 cannon, a system capable of firing a devastating barrage of missiles over a long distance. They are first used during the campaign into Soviet territory to extremely successful effect.
  • 14 June - As German forces push back into Soviet occupied territory in the plains region, Hitler orders the targeting of Soviet ports and trade routes in the southern hemisphere, preventing supplies from reaching Antarctica and heavily damaging the Soviet war effort.
  • 29 July - The majority of Soviet forces on Antarctica surrender, with the last of the Soviet army in the area held up in a few strongholds on the coast and on Ourea.
  • 15 August - As Antarctic German forces push into the Jewish State, its citizens begin the Great Exodus. Thousands of civilians flee the country.
  • 17 August - The Jewish State is occupied by the Antarctic Germans, causing its inhabitants to go into a panic. A costly battle occurs in the streets of the capital, while many choose to flee.
  • 18 August - The Jewish State establishes a temporary government in exile in the Falklands after its leaders are evacuated by the British Expeditionary Force.
  • 29 August - After being chased for days by the German army, remaining Jewish settlers on Antarctica engage the Germans at the Battle of Ross, south of New Zealand. Although eventually being defeated, the Jewish army manages to delay the Germans long enough for Commonwealth forces to arrive, and for a large portion of the civilian population flees.
  • 2 September - A large portion of the former Jewish State flees to Ourea, where the group wanders the southern wilderness, attracting others to join them.
  • 10 October - Jewish refugees found a settlement in western Ourea, in an area previously explored by the British. The city of Herzl is founded.
  • 1 November - The government of the Jewish State officially moves to Herzl, designating the area as the state's new capital. The British designate the area as a mandate under British protection.


  • 1 January - Soviet units on Ourea report sightings of the first native Oureans in the south of the continent.
  • 13 February - The first settlements by Scandinavian immigrants from Scandinavia and America are founded on Ourea.
  • 14 February - Hundreds of dead bodies mysteriously wash up on the shores of Ourea outside Scandinavian settlements. The phenomenon remains unknown, and many attribute the event to some greater power.
  • 1 March - Completely cut off from governments in Europe, Scandinavian settlements continue to grow at a large rate, as independent city states. The first believers of Norse Paganism arrive on Ourea, preaching in Scandinavian cities.


  • 10 April - The Antarctic War officially end, with Hitler accepting the last surrender of the remaining states on Antarctica. Remaining opponents of the Fourth Reich continue guerrilla conflict for quite some time, with many being rounded up and killed over the next few months.
  • 2 November - Two dozen Christians are corned by Norse raiders and slaughtered. Their bodies are thrown into the nearby river, giving rise to the name River Martyris, the river of martyrs.


  • The Ourean Revolution ends with independence for the local population.
  • The Jrunist Kingdom is created as a theocratic monarchy ruling over much of Ourea. Political infighting and instability continue to be high.


  • The king of the Jrunist Kingdom dies, splitting up the continent and beginning a civil war.


  • 19 June - Interpreting the mysterious occurrences on Ourea as omens, a large majority of Scandinavian settlers have now converted to the Norse faith. Many Christians are forced to move west, while many Norse settlers begin spreading their message along the eastern shores of Ourea.
  • 1 September - The First Skræling War breaks out among Norse settlers and indigenous Oureans in the south of the continent. Several skirmishes break out among natives and Norse raiders in the area south of their settled territory, which becomes known as Vatnland.
  • 29 September - An band of 500 Norse raiders defeats an army of roughly 700 lightly armed natives under the command of Chief Aukaneck at the Battle of Tveir Bridge. Aukaneck retreats south where he meets up with an army led by his father, Aguta, nicknamed "Witchking Thule" by the Norse.
  • 20 October - Twenty ships under the command of Petty King Gandalf the Black of Steðibær depart along the River Martyris into native territory. He camps along the Jrunist coast outside Simric's Keep. An unexpected Jrunist raid cripples his strength, forcing him to retreat east.


  • 1 March - The First Skræling War officially ends after a peace treaty is signed between the Witchking Thule and the various Norse clans. The natives are completely pushed out of the Upper Twinn and Suðrmaðrland.


  • Hitler authorizes the testing of Nazi Germany's first nuclear weapon off the coast of Antarctica. The weapon is successful.

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