Les Nations Unies
|Main languages||English, French, Arabic, Indian|
|Political structure||Military alliance|
Charles De Gaulle
The United Nations (United Nations against Fascism, UN) (French: Les Nations Unies, Chinese: 联合国, Farsi: سازمان ملل متحد) is military organization whose stated aims were to stand against the Anti-Comintern Pact as a single unified bloc. The UN was founded in 1945 after the defeat of the Soviet Union. The UN would also admit China as well, to ensure a buffer between Germany and Japan, which will prevent them from unifying.
The two were involved in the space race, with Germany reaching the Moon first, in April 1968. The Von Braun space stations would also be a bone of contention for the two powers. Although the Von Braun stations were very advanced for their time, the UN had, by 1990, developed anti-VBS missiles designed to take down the hulks in space. It is noted that since the UN started particle collider experiments in 2003, it could be the first organization to get direct energy weapons. The UN is also working to complete "Project Artemis", a nuclear armed space station.
In 1981, the UN General Secretary Fidel Castro would put more pressure on Germany by giving "aid" to insurgents in the Urals, further testing the German Reich's military capabilities.
Today, the UN is still fighting the Cold War. Although they are behind the Nazis technologically for now, the CIA report that they will overtake the Anti-Comintern pact between 2009 and 2014.