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This article shows the wars, battles, and conflicts that occurred or is currently ongoing in the timeline The Era of Relative Peace.
World War III, also known as the Third World War, was war that resulted in the Cold War turning hot. It was fought between the democratic and capitalistic West and the communist East. While only lasting two years, it was the deadliest conflict in human history. 110-120 million lives were lost (estimates vary), both soldiers and civilians alike; as well as numerous infrastructure was damaged.
Here are the notable battles of World War III:
(Note: Some of these are included in the World War III main article.)
- Battle of West Germany
- First Battle of the Mediterranean
- French Campaign
- Battle of the Atlantic
- Invasion of America (see:)
- East Coast Naval Base Raids
- Attack on New York
- Invasion of Alaska
- Invasion of Yukon and British Columbia
- Invasion of Washington
- Second Korean War
- Battle of Hong Kong
- Fall of Macau
- Invasion of the Philippines
- Blockade of Guam
- Battle of the Himalayas
- Second Chinese Civil War
War on Terror
The War on Terror occurred after the September 11th Attacks was conducted by the communist terrorist group, the Red Army Faction. Among the countries targeted by the attacks were the United States, the United Kingdom and some overseas territories, Canada, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, and the newly formed Russian Federation. Most of the countries targeted, including their allies, joined the coalition to fight all kinds of terrorist groups not limited to communist terrorists but also including drug cartels and Islamic extremists.