See also: Full Timeline (Nuclear Axis)
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- 28 February 1943: In the dead of night at 2:07 AM, four Norwegian commandos aided by the RAF sneak into the nuclear facility at Vermork in occupied Norway in hopes of destroying the supply of heavy water there to prevent German nuclear power and superweapons. However, they are discovered and all but one is either taken prisoner and executed, while one is able to escape to Sweden. Germany condemns this as an act of war from Sweden, but no declaration is issued by either side.
- 5 June 1944: The Germans request peace with Great Britain amidst rumors of an impending invasion of occupied France, but receive no response.
- 6 June 1944: The Invasion of Normandy begins, and the Germans are taken by surprise due to the location and struggle to contain the threat while losing ground in Russia at the same time.
- 28 August 1944: Adolf Hitler announces that the Reich has successfully tested an atomic bomb. Following this news, he issues an ultimatum to the Allied powers of the west: surrender unconditionally or face total nuclear destruction. After not receiving a response for several days, Germany drops the first atomic bomb on Brighton on the 31st. The allies continue their offensive the next day, followed by a second nuclear attack on Bristol on September 2. After this attack, Churchill meets with Hitler to discuss a peace, hoping the Germans had no more bombs of this magnitude (and they wouldn't for several months). The two of them and Roosevelt negotiate a peace treaty at Stockholm, in which Britain relinquishes many colonies and is occupied until 1950, and the Americans withdraw from the war entirely and free Italy, including the war with Japan, which later makes a peace with America. Now, only Russia stands to oppose the Reich.
- 3 December 1947: The Wehrmacht captures Moscow, and Stalin flees to Omsk and then Irkutsk. Two days later, the two powers sign a treaty in which all of Russia west of the Mongolian border is divided among Finland and Germany (mostly Germany), formally ending World War II and beginning an era of digestion for the reich. However, tensions remain massively high between Germany and Russia (which still had a very functional military) and a highly militarized border is established between German Russia and Russia itself.
- January - June 1948: The Germans put down a series of rebellions in Kiev, London, Moscow, and Stalingrad during their struggle to occupy the territories. The systematic enslavement, extermination, and Germanization of the eastern and Slavic peoples.
- 7 May 1951: The Sino-German War comes to an end when an armistice is signed between communist China and Germany after the offensive into China takes longer than expected, despite calls from the United States for China to continue the war. A few days later, Mao signs a treaty with Japan, surrendering Manchuria in exchange for a withdrawal of Japanese forces from the rest of China.
- 1956 - 1959: The Soviets and Russians, along with the newly freed and rebuilt British, launch an assault from several sides on the German Reich, penetrating deep into the nation and proclaiming the nation of North France after liberating the area. Russia also reclaimed the area up to Moscow and China gained Mongolia after a brief attack. This event will be known as World War III.
- 1960 - 1962: The Cuban War occurs, in which a joint operation between the Germans and Americans takes place to overthrow the communist government of Fidel Castro.
- 22 November 1963: U.S. President John F. Kennedy is assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, a suspected Nazi sympathizer, and Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as president of the United States. Many Americans call for war with Germany, but LBJ is more concerned with tackling domestic affairs.
- 1965 - 1968: The French War takes place when Vichy France and North France go to war, with the North French state succeeding in reuniting the nation under democratic rule. Germany begins continually harassing and bombing the newly reunited nation consistently to prevent it from growing strong while averting any major military exchange.
- 1971 - 1978: The Second Sino-Japanese War begins with Mao Zedong's invasion of Japanese Manchuria hoping to reclaim it in the name of the Chinese. However, the conflict is cut short with his death on 9 September 1976, and a peace is made between the two belligerents with no substantial progress made on either side. In the meantime, the German Revolution breaks out in 1970 due to unrest over the oppressive Nazi regime, and a democratic, pro-Western government is installed in the reich. The Soviet Union takes advantage of this conflict to reclaim the vast majority of eastern Russia. Adolf Hitler dies in 1978 as a result of a fatal heart attack due to the loss of his power, prompting a national day of mourning.
- 1978 - 1980: The Middle Eastern War begins, resulting in the installation of a communist regime in Afghanistan, and anti-west/pro-Russian regimes in Iraq and Iran.