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This is the overview timeline for Pax Germanica. Here the major events of the timeline are summarized at full extent.


Inter-War Era


  • August 23, 1931: Winston Churchill ends up in a car accident during a visit to New York City. He dies just a few hours later, after being sent to the hospital and dying of his wounds.
  • September 18, 1931: Japan invades Manchuria.


  • January 30, 1933: Adolf Hitler rises to power in Germany.
  • March 5 - 13, 1933: The American government declares a "Bank Holiday" as the Great Depression reaches an all-time high.
  • May 18, 1933: American President FDR (Franklin D. Roosevelt) begins to establish a series of acts to repair the American economy known as the "New Deal".


  • January 30, 1934: Adolf Hitler becomes Führer of the German Reich.
  • February 12 - 16, 1934: The Austrian Civil War occurs.
  • March 1, 1934: Following the invasion of Manchuria, Japan establishes a puppet government in the region.
  • November 1934: American general Smedley Butler testifies before the McCormack-Dickenstein Committee about a potential coup to overthrow the American government. The Committee's investigation proves the evidence to be credible, despite ridicule from the American media, with a New York Times editorial describing it as a "gigantic hoax".


  • March 1935: Germany begins a massive rearmament campaign in violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • October 3, 1935: The Second Italo-Ethiopian War begins.
  • December 27, 1935: Mao Zhedong pushes for a united front against Imperial Japan.


  • March 7, 1936: Germany reoccupies the Rhineland in violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • May 7, 1936: Italy annexes Ethiopia.
  • July 17, 1936: The Spanish Civil War begins.
  • July 1936: German forces begin to send support to General Franco in the Spanish Civil War. 
  • August 1, 1936: The 1936 Summer Olympics open in Germany, with it being the first worldwide sports event to be broadcast on live television. 
  • August 3, 1936: African-American Jesse Owens wins the 100-meter dash in the 1936 Summer Olympics. This enrages Hitler, as it the Olympics begin to fail to prove the strength of his "Aryan" race. 
  • October 1936: Josef V. Stalin begins his Great Purge in the USSR.


  • May 6, 1937: The Hindenburg Disaster occurs.
  • July 7, 1937: The Second Sino-Japanese War begins. 
  • November 5, 1937: Hitler announces his policy of acquiring Leberschaum.


  • March 12, 1938: German forces occupy Austria. The nation is annexed a day later.
  • September 29, 1938: The Munich Agreement occurs over the German occupation of Czechoslovakia, which results in the "Peace in our time" declaration, a day later. 
  • November 9, 1938: The Night of Broken Glass begins in Germany.
  • December 17, 1938: The world's first nuclear fission process is done by Otto Hahn. This is considered by many historians to be the start of the Atomic Age.


  • April 1, 1939: The Spanish Civil War comes to an end.
  • August 2, 1939: The Einstein-Szilárd Letter is signed, thus beginning work on the creation of the atomic bomb. Little did they know that by the time they discovered the bomb, Germany would get its hand on it first.
  • September 1, 1939: Germany invades Poland, officially starting WWII.

World War II era


  • September 3, 1939: France and the UK declare war on the German Reich, following the invasion of Poland.
  • September 17, 1939: The USSR joins in on the Polish siege.
  • October 1, 1939: The siege of Poland ends, with the Germans controlling Poland completely.
  • October 9, 1939: Hitler is rumoured to have been diagnosed with Stage 2 brain cancer.


  • February 12, 1940: Hitler is found dead in his bed as a result of brain cancer. The following day, Reinhard Heydrich takes power and becomes the new Führer of the German Reich. 
  • April 9 - June 10, 1940: Germany begins an invasion of Denmark and Sweden.
  • June 22, 1940: France surrenders to the German Reich, following the Fall of Paris 8 days earlier.
  • July 10 - September 8, 1940: The Battle of Britain occurs. Eventually, with British morale already on the brink, Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain is forced to negotiate with the German Reich. This as a result forces the UK out of the war, and thus allowing Germany (with their allies) to conquer much of Europe unopposed.


  • January - June, 1941: Nazi Germany and its allies control most of Europe.
  • April 13. 1941: Japan and the USSR sign a neutrality pact. 
  • December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese Empire. This drags the Americans into the war. 
  • December 9, 1941: America and Nazi Germany begin fighting a massive naval war across the Atlantic.


  • January - June, 1942: The Japanese Empire begins to gradually expand and conquer approximately half of the Pacific. 
  • June 4 - June 7, 1942: The Americans win the Battle of Midway, thus halting their advance over the Pacific. 
  • July 10, 1942: Reinhard Heydrich, Führer of the German Reich makes a visit to Moscow along with Benito Mussolini, and other Axis leaders to decide the future of the Eurasian continent, and the world after WWII. This is the start of the Moscow Conference.
  • August 7, 1942: The Guadalcanal Campaign begins.


  • February 9, 1943: The Guadalcanal Campaign ends in an American victory. 
  • March - October, 1943: Unrest in the UK begins to grow, which unknowingly is being instigated by German agents. 
  • November 14, 1943: A small group of German scientists attempts to flee to the US. These scientists, though able to escape, would very much contribute to the Manhattan Project, which was already in the works in complete secrecy. Among these scientists is J. Robert Oppenheimer. 


  • April 10, 1944: With discontent in the UK growing, caused by German agents, the British Revolution occurs, thus causing the formation of a fascist state in Britain. King Edward VIII flees to the Dominion of Canada, but Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain is killed, trying to flee.
  • April 29, 1944: The new pro-Nazi Britain allows German forces to be stationed on both British soil and waters, as well as establish military bases in the region. 
  • May 1, 1944: The former British Dominions of Canada, and the Pacific Dominions declare loyalty to the old King Edward VIII, thus forming their own independent states until the old government is back in power in the UK.


  • February 19 - March 26, 1945: The Battle of Iwo Jima occurs. 
  • March 15, 1945: Germany tests the world's first nuclear warhead, code named: Vernichtung. This is the beginning of the nuclear age, and the first nuclear detonation in human history. 
  • April 1 - June 22, 1945: The Battle of Okinawa occurs.
  • July 10, 1945: America tests its first nuclear bomb, code named: Trinity. 
  • August 6, 1945: America detonates a nuclear bomb over Hiroshima. Germany retaliates by annihilating New York City. The Japanese are forced to negotiate a peace with the US, and the latter with Nazi Germany. WWII comes to an end.
  • October 24, 1945: The UN is born after a series of negotiations between the US and the Axis Powers. The US, Nazi Germany, the USSR, Italy, and Canada, are selected to be permanent members of the UN Security Council. 

Cold War Era

21st Century