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World War Two was fought between 1941, and 1948. It begun with the Soviet invasion of various Eastern European States, and ended with the destruction of the Soviet Union.
There were two clearly defined fronts in the war, the European Front, and the Pacific Front. The War in Europe was fought between the Pan-European Alliance, and the USSR, with the USA joining the war against the USSR in 1944, following a terrorist attack. The War ended with the destruction of Stalingrad, when the USA dropped the Little Boy Atomic Bomb, and caused the unconditional surrender of the Russian Government.
The War in the Pacific was fought between the Japanese Empire, and the USA, with some European States sending aid and troops to the Americans. The War ended with the allied occupation of Japan, following a long and brutal war.
The War began with the invasion of several Eastern European Nations by the USSR. This caused the European nations to form a military alliance, and declare war on the Soviet Union. However, by the time the newly formed Pan-European Alliance (EA) joined the war, most of Eastern Europe had fallen.
For most of 1941, the allies and the Soviet Union engaged in a Phoney War, in which neither side attacked one another. During this period, the USSR destroyed any dissent within their newly acquired territories, and the Western allies built up their militaries, training the huge influx of volunteers that had signed up.
In June 1942, the USSR invaded Poland, and made rapid progress. The Polish Army was hopelessly out dated, and took grievous losses from several fruitless Cavalry Charges against the Russian Tanks. By August, the Poles had retreated to Warsaw, desperately fortifying it against the Russian Assault. The Russians attacked Warsaw on the 30th of August. By the 3rd of September, the city had fallen, and Poland surrendered.
A large section of the Polish Military retreated into Germany upon Poland's surrender, where they joined the EA Forces, serving with them until the war's end.
The Soviet forces battled through Polish Guerrilla Soldiers and Resistance members as they advanced through Western Poland, and the actions of resistance members in Lithuania Latvia and Belarus disrupted the Russian advance, resulting in the Red Army taking until December to reach the German Border.
In this time, the EA fortified the German Border, creating the Berlin Line, to defend against Russian invasion of Western Europe. Red Army forces mass on the Polish border.
On the 3rd of September, 1943, the USSR launches an assault on the Berlin Line. Following a fierce battle for 3 weeks, the Soviets break the line in three places. However, by this point, the allies have informed the resistance groups of the assault, and supplied them with weapons. Soviet supplies are unable to get through, and the assault is cut off. Refusing to surrender, all 132,000 men that broke through are killed.
The Red Army pulls their remaining forces back, pursued by vengeful European troops. The Red Army's retreat turns into a rout, and the USSR loses all land west of Warsaw. The European Forces begin to besiege Warsaw.
After a period of negotiation, an Armistice is signed on the 15th of January, 1944. Both sides take this as a chance to rearm, and reassess tactics. The USSR mercilessly suppresses resistance groups in the area, whilst the European Allies cycled units back from active service, and moved fresh units to the front.
On February the 9th, American Communists set off a bomb in the Statue of Liberty, in an attack on the USA. This brings the USA into the European War.
As American troops arrived in Europe, the various colonial troops were returned to the colonies under threat from the Japanese. When the Americans arrived at the front, they swiftly jeopardised the functionality of the alliance between the European Nations and the United States of America, as the American Generals refused to take orders from European Officers, who had taken higher ranks than the Americans, due to their success in fighting the Russians, and the relative inexperience of the Americans when facing the Russian "Human Wave" tactics. Faced with this situation, the American Generals that refused to take orders from European Generals were reassigned to the Pacific War.