Prelude to war

Anticoup Global War

Date: Summer 1936 - May 9, 1938

  • Decisive Soviet-Coalition victory
  • End of Third Reich and Fascist Italy
  • 200 years long occupation of USA by Red Army

Soviet Union
Scandinavian countries
Baltic countries
Republican Spain (Til 37)
Turkey (supply support)
German Communist Party
Chinese Communist Army
German Soviet Republic

Anti-Fascist movements
French Free Forces
Great Britain (from July 37)
France (from April 38)

American Liberation Army

United States of America
Nazi Germany
Fascist Italy
Hungarian Regency
1st Foreign SS Army
Russian National Army
Eurasian Liberation Army
France (Til April 38)
Great Britain (Til July 37)
Japan (logistical support)
Eastasian Coalition (Til winter 37)
European Fascist Alliance
Russian Fascist Party


Soviet Union:
Comarm A. Navrchov
Comarm M. Tukhachevsky
Comarm B. Shaposhnikov
Comarm I. P. Belov
Comarm J. Yakir
Comarm J. Uborevich
Comcor P. Romanenko
Comcor K. Rokossovsky
Comcor G. K. Zhukov †
Comcor A. Beloborodov
Comcor D. Pavlov (c.)
Gen. Alois Eliáš
Gen. Jan Syrovy
Gen. S. Vojčechovský †
Gen. Hans Thorrens
Gen. Brontonowski †
Gen. Rdyź-Smygla
Gen. Mihai Romanescu
Gen. Andreas Illescu (c.)
Gen. Johna Laidoner
Gen. Emanuel Azańa†
Gen. Eduardo Marcia (c.)
Col. Sanchez (c.)
Ernst Thallman †
Mao Zedong
Gen. Heinz Guderian

Winston Churchill
Gen. de Gaulle

F. D. Roosevelt
Unknown resistance commander

Roman Ashcroft (?)
Marshal Ironside (M.I.A.)
Army general Mitchell (?)
Adolf Hitler †
Fieldmarshal Hermann Göring †
Heinrich Himmler †
Reinhard Heydrich †
Fieldmarshal von Manstein
Fieldmarshal Keitel
Gen. von Rundstedt
Admiral Horthy (c.)
Col. Pal Pronay †
Benito Mussolini
Gen. Mollero †
Foreign commanders:
Gen. Dmitry Nadzhenij †
Gen. S. Semenov †
Gen. A. Stevenson (M.I.A.)
Col. E. von Ratheny (M.I.A.)
Gen. Helmut Weizsel †
Admiral Yamamoto (?)


Red Army:
15,300,000 men
52,000 tanks and AFV
100,000 artillery batteries
12,000 airfighters
2,500 bombers
78 battleships
56 cruisers
1,750,000 men
2,000 tanks and AFV
4,000 artillery batteries
160 airfighters
19 bombers
2,500,000 men
3,500 tanks and AFV
9,550 artillery batteries
279 airfighters
156 bombers
Other EDC forces:
6,000,000 men
16,000 tanks and AFV
126,000 artillery battery
2,169 airfighters
1,500 bombers
50 battleships
29 cruisers

500,000 men
10,000 tanks and AFV
12,000 artillery batteries
0 airfighters (air bases under US control)
0 bombers (air bases under US control)
7,000 resistance militias
ten tanks and AFV
Anti-Fascist movements:
30,000 irregulars
150 tanks and AFV

American Liberation Army:
100,000 irregulars
25,000,000 agents and allies

10,500,000 men
22,000 tanks and AFV
126,000 artillery batteries
25,000 airfighters
7,000 bombers
200 battleships
17 cruisers
20,000 "elite troops"
250,000 other troops
1,000,000 foreign soldiers
6,000 tanks and AFV
5,000 artillery batteries
2,250,000 men
3,000 tanks and AFV
50,000 artillery batteries
2,500 airfighters
1,000 bombers
100 battleships
10 cruisers
Other forces:
4,200,000 men
17,000 tanks and AFV
50,500 artillery batteries
10,000 airfighters
5,000 bombers

Casualties and losses

Red Army:
2,585,511 men killed and 3,024,556 wounded
10,000 tanks and AFV destroyed
1,199 airfighters
896 bombers
365,892 men killed and 550,201 wounded
1,255 tanks and AFV destroyed
20 airfighters
5 bombers
1,811,272 men killed and 812,127 wounded
2,016 tanks and AFV destroyed
All air force
Other EDC:
4,299,162 men killed or wounded
10,000 tanks and AFV destroyed
50,000 artillery batteries
Other casualties unknown
1,960,000 death during war
More then 50,000,000 by TVB attack on USA
3,250,000 murdered by Nazis
196,000 murdered by Soviet and EDC troops

3,249,117 men killed and 1,899,154 wounded, cca.980,000 deserted or defected
20,000 tanks and AFV destroyed
90,721 artillery batteries destroyed
24,821 air fighters
6,522 bombers
12 battleships
3 cruisers
SS foreign units:
152,115 men killed and all other wounded or deserted
All "elite" troops killed
5,269 tanks and AFV destroyed
3,991 artillery batteries destroyed
Other forces (incl. Italy):
3,988,268 killed
All other deserted, wounded or captured
15,026 tanks and AFV
78,100 artillery batteries
All ships
All forces

During February 1933, group of important enterprisers, nationalists and army officers took power in United States of America.
From begin, coup government secretly support nazi regime in Germany and Fascist regime in Italy.
After fall of Stalin tyranny, new Soviet leadership decided to help Europe from threat of nazi tyranny and Kirov gave order to modernize Red Army forces and remilitarization.
In 1936 Maxim Litvinov with ministers of foreign affairs of many countries from whole Europe signed coalition protocol of European Defense Coalition.
Red Army commanding cooperated with EDC commanding and uniting armed forces.
In summer 1936 began World War Two by "proxy-war" in Spain. Soviet and German troops clash on southern front. At 1937 French army crossed Spanish-French border and overthrew socialist government and established military dictatorship. Red Army retreat from Hispania.
During whole year 1937 all ministries of foreign affairs, interior affairs, economy, industry and defense full worked only about pre-emptive strike against Fascist bloc.
Pre-emptive strike began on December 1937 under commanding of top-ranked Soviet military officers and EDC generals.

First phase: Hungary and Britain

During first phase, Red Army units in Great Britain started shock surprise offensive against Fascist forces in Great Britain. Red Army, with Great Britain army and anti-Fascist resistance forces eliminated in just even days all Fascist presence in Edinburgh, Glasgow and whole Wales.
To 30rd December 1937, Red Army stood in London and Britain forces in Dover and Liverpool.
Meanwhile, armies of Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Romania began strike against Hungary.
Leadership of Hungary under commanding of admiral Horthy began fortifiing Budapest and other important centers. Czechoslovakian elite infantry and motorised brigades annexed northern Hungary and occupied Debreczen. Romanian army with Soviet forces moved on Budapest and polish forces cover them from north side.
At 10th January Yakir 44th Elite Rifle Division and Cuikov 75th Elite Tank Brigade attacked Budapest, but they were repelled with heavy casualties. Cuikov was dismissed and Yakir lost commanding over division and took commanding over 7th Army on Balkan-Italian front.<br Second attack on Budapest in co-ordination with Romania and Czechoslovakia was success and hungarian armed forces in Budapest were destroy. Soviets established new Communist regime in Hungary and start terror against radical anti-Communists and ex-members of Miklos Horthy National Front.
To end of February, Red Army and EDC cleaned whole Hungary from last resistance.

Second phase: Italy and Balkan

Southern front under commanding of pure EDC commanders and generals and with support of Uborevich rifle and tank brigades began offensive against Italian and German forces in north-west Yugoslavia. Yugoslavian and Romanian army took important stronghold near Italian border and shelled coastal bases. Meanwhile, Yugoslavian, Romanian and Soviet navy attacked Italian ports on whole coasts of Italy. 75% of Italian navy were destroyed in first 72 hours. In same time, Yugoslavia began offensive against Italian army in Albania and with Muslim resistance in Albania, they swifted all Italian troops and armoured forces. Soviet paratroopers commandos eliminated important commanding bases of Italian army in Albania, north Greece and south Italy. Structures of Italian army breaking.
Main role in quick elimination of Italian armed forces and German forces in Italy was responsible for Soviet and EDC forces which destroyed all Italian supply routes, harbours and near half of all industry in Italy.
Uborevich and Kardojević units moved toward Rome from north and Italian Anti-Fascist Resistance Front pushed enemies from south to Rome.
In second half of March, EDC forces secured half of Rome and anti-Fascist resistance troops attacked on second half positions. EDC also captured Vatican and arrested Pope who supported Fascist bloc. Italian king Emanuel III. was arrest and shot by Soviet troops. Mussoliny was kill by anti-Fascist mob. Soviet and EDC commanders signed capitulation protocol of Italian armed forces, navy and air forces.

Third final phase: Germany

From begin to end of war, Soviet and EDC forces attacked on Germany, without pause. From south, EDC and Soviet units attacked and captured Munich. They established long "south-Germany front" and commander Yakir with comcor Beloborodov moved toward northern Bavaria. Meanwhile, Fascist regime in France was overthrow by army officers group and french army conquered Saar and Ruhr areas.
United German Anti-Fascist Coordination Committee started large strikes and demonstrations against nazi government in time coordination with Soviet advancing deep through German territory.
Commandarms Andrei Navrchov and Mikhail Tukhachevsky with corps commanders Rokossovsky, Pavlov and Romanenko planned new large operation called "Saxony strategic offensive operation". Red Army with polish and czechoslovakian forces break through Hitler Defense Lines and German armies under von Mainstein commanding retreated to central and east German perimeters.
At half of April, von Mainstein armies got all panzer divisions from west Germany military districts and free panzer units from other fronts. They pushed back Soviet and EDC units for few days and captured corps commander Pavlov. Pavlov was executed by German troops and they consolidated defense lines.
Red Army and EDC reformed units and restarted offensive. To end of April, Soviet units captured Seelow heights and took control over Berlin suburbs. 129th Elite Rifle Division and 362nd Elite Tank Brigade captured Reichstag and encirceled Hitler bunker at 29th April.
At 7th May, Soviet forces eliminated all strong SS and Wehrmacht resistance in and out of Berlin.
At 9th May, Soviet commanders with German commanders signed protocol of capitulation of all German armed forces.
10th May, Soviet troops captured Hitler bunker and eliminated last little group of SS soldiers resistance. Soviet troops found Hitler's dead body and arrested Joseph Goebles and Hermann Göring.


After fall of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and elimination of United States and German forces in Great Britain, world begin to live in freedom. There was just one last foe. United States of America. Sergei M. Kirov and council of people commissars signed order to start massive attack against United States of America.
Soviet naval troops landed on Alaska and secured all important centers of industry and military forces just in 48 hours. After capture of Alaska, Soviet Air Forces dropped dozens Thermobaric Vacuum Bombs against United States cities and capitals.
51,268,112 dead and more then 80,000,000 wounded peoples. Soviet commanding was proud about using TVB, but EDC commanding and few Soviet officials denied it and protesting against this brutal final attack.
Meanwhile, elite Soviet commando of SpecNaz eliminated Patriots Committee on their evacuation to Cuba where they wanted to create government-in-exile and fight against Soviets and EDC.

Demobilisation and end of war

Order no. 2269 signed at 30rd August 1938 led to demobilisation of Red Army and their allies. Soviet paramilitary, special and garrison units secured all important centers of Germany and Italy and 5000 Soviet troops were stationed in Paris to prevent rising new Fascist regime.
After arrive of Soviet forces to United States, American Liberation Army declared war against Soviets. Soviet and EDC sent 600,000 troops with 1200 tanks and armoured fighting vehicles to secure USA and eliminated resistance threat. ALA is still (in October 2010) active and Soviets still occupating United States soil.

Fate of commanders

Commandarm Andrei Ivanovich Navrchov returned to his home village and reunited with family. He also found his son who was Soviet non-commissioned officer and participated in Saxony offensive and in defense against von Manstein counter-offensive. Navrchov daughter lived in Moscow, because she was brainwashed by Stalin propaganda against her father. Navrchov began to live with Patricia Ivanevsky, widow of commander Ivanvesky and member of SpecNaz female group. They leaved army but Navrchov still sometimes went to Moscow military academy to teach military history and history of World War II.

Commandarm Tukhachevsky also returned to family, but just for few weeks. Then he returned to Red Army High Commanding and led occupation of Germany and northern Italy. He participated in disarming both armies and securing all weapons and ammunitions supply and stockpiles. After that, he returned to his wife Sofia and daughter Svetlana.

Comcor Rokossovsky was promote to commandarm and after war, he emigrated to Poland where he became minister of defense of new socialist government (after decisive parliament election win in 1939 thanks to World War II Soviet help). He lived in Warsaw and rebuilded polish army.

General Guderian was promote to commander of pro-Soviet German militias and paramilitary forces and with von Rundstetd took political and military control over Königsberg.

General von Rundstedt led Königsberg between 1938 to 1951 when he was murdered by right-wing extremist militant.

Commandarms Yakir, Belov, Shaposhnikov and Uborevich did long career in Soviet military and led few military districts. Yakir and Tukhachevsky became family friends of Navrchov family. Belov led Moscow Army Commanding Staff.

Eliáš and Syrový led transitional military government in Czechoslovakia and then they retired.

Romanescu became Romanian prime minister and later military dictatorship leader.

Churchill returned with Soviet support to PM post and rebuilt Great Britain and started economical co-operation with Soviet Union.

Franklin Roosevelt fate is unknown and no-one found him. Soviet Intelligence GRU said:"Find president Roosevelt is extremly difficult because of chaos in United States. Probably, he was executed by Fascist government, or he is somewhere with American Liberation Army resistance ..."