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World War III was a global war. It lasted from 2016 to 2021. It involved the vast majority of the world's nations--including all of the great powers--eventually forming two opposing military alliances: Union of Nations and Freedom Federation. It was the most widespread war in history, with over 300 million people serving in military units. In a state of "total war," the major participants threw their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities behind the war effort, erasing the distinction between civilian and military resources. Marked by mass deaths of civilians, it resulted in an estimated 255 million fatalities. These made World War III the deadliest conflict in human history.
The build-up to war started in 1999, when Vladimir Putin became President of Russia. A former KGB agent who loathed the new system, he was determined to get Russia back up on the superpower stage with the United States. His first major opportunity to do just that came in 2003, when George W. Bush invaded Iraq. Putin took advantage of the massive backlash against Bush by forming closer ties with key U.S. allies in hopes of pushing them into his camp, especially France under Chriac and Germany under Schroeder. This tactic ended up failing as both Chriac and Schroeder ended up falling politically within a few years: Schroeder's party lost its majority in 2005 and Chirac left office in disgrace in 2007, and later ended up being sent to prison for corruption in 2011.
Putin tried next by acting as a bulwark in favor of key U.S. enemies, particularly Iran and Syria. Meanwhile, he increased military capabilities for Russia and began imposing repression on dissidents in general and Communists, Sunni Muslims, and homosexuals in particular. Tensions between the United States in Russia gradually increased over time, and almost exploded into full-blown war in 2008 when the United States threatened to intervene in Russia's war with Georgia that year. Then Barack Obama was elected. At first, Obama attempted to reconcile with Putin's regime, claiming everything was Bush's fault. But all hopes of reconciliation failed after the outbreak of the Arab Spring in 2011. Putin was enraged when NATO intervened in the Libyan Civil War. He responded by ramping up pressure against the United States, promising to retaliate militarily if the United States attacked Iran or Syria. Historians generally consider this the beginning of the Second Cold War.
Then, in 2013, Putin successfully pressured Obama into cancelling a planned strike on Syria, and Obama, now believing that he himself was a peacemaker, forged a deal with Iran on its nuclear program that ended up not being followed. These two moves isolated Obama from his Middle Eastern allies and only emboldened his Middle Eastern enemies. Putin saw un unprecedented opportunity, and took advantage of it. He forged closer ties with many Muslim-majority countries, especially Egypt. As 2013 turned into 2014, Putin then turned to expanding his plans for a "Eurasian Union" to Eastern Europe.
Timeline: Countdown to War
- January 1: Happy New Year.
- February 7-23: The Winter Olympics take place in Sochi, Russia. During this event, the world gets a major glimpse of Putin's Russia.
- February 18: Ukraine falls into turmoil as shots are fired at a major demonstration in Kiev protesting Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's pro-Russia and anti-democratic policies.
- February 23: After five days of rioting and civil unrest that has left over 100 dead, Viktor Yanukovych announces his intent to resign. However, he quickly changes his mind. The Ukrainian parliament then impeaches him and he flees to Russia. Russia refuses to recognize the new Ukrainian government.
- February 27: A pro-Russia coup ousts the provincial government in Crimea. Russian troops illegally walk out of their bases and begin running around Crimea, siezing ports, airports, and Ukrainian military bases and kicking out the Ukrainian military there.
- March 15: Russia vetoes a United Nations Security Council Resolution condemning a referendum on Crimea's status, which is scheduled to be held the next day. China abstains.
- March 16: Crimea holds a referendum and votes to join Russia.
- March 18: Russia annexes Crimea.
- March 20: Ukraine announces its intent to withdraw from the CIS.
- March 24: Russia is kicked out of the G-8.
- March 27: The United Nations General Assembly votes to condemn the Crimea referendum as illegal. The only countries that vote against the resolution are Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Cuba, Nicaragua, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. Notable Russian allies China and Iran abstains and does not cast a vote, respectively.
- April 7: The pro-Ukrainian governments of the Donetsk oblast is overthrown and the new government declares independence from Ukraine. A similar coup attempt in the Kharkiv oblast fails.
- April 20: Happy Easter.
- April 27: The Luhansk oblast has a Donetsk-like coup and declares independence.
- May 7: Russia announces its intent to withdraw troops from the eastern Ukrainian border, which had been stationed since the beginning of the Crimean crisis. It also announces its support for the May 25 Ukrainian elections and discourages upcoming referendums in Donetsk and Luhansk, which are scheduled for May 11.
- May 11: The referendums in Donetsk and Luhansk are held. The majority votes in favor of staying part of Ukraine but refusing to recognize the new government.
- May 13: The Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts merge and form "Novorossiya," with its capital in Donetsk. The Ukrainian Civil War has begun. Russia immediately deploys troops to East Ukraine in order to "keep the peace."
- May 22: The United Nations General Assembly passes a resolution to condemn the formation of East Ukraine. The only countries that vote against the resolution are Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Cuba, Nicaragua, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. Notable Russian allies China and Iran abstains and does not cast a vote, respectively.
- May 25: New elections are held in Ukraine. Petro Poroshenko is elected President and promises to have Ukraine join the European Union by the end of the year.
- July 17: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shot down with a surface-to-air missile by pro-Russian rebels near the Ukraine–Russia border. In response the US calls for EU countries to impose trade sanctions on Russia. Tensions continue to rise.
- August 1: Putin bans food imports from the EU and restricts European airlines from crossing Russian airspace in apparent retaliation to Western sanctions.
- September 5: The Minsk Protocol is signed, and it serves as a temporary ceasefire between Ukraine and Novorossiya. The Protocol eventually falls apart.
- September 10: NATO intervenes in Syria to bomb ISIS targets.
- November 4: The 2014 midterm elections are held. The Republicans gain increases its majority in the House and gains a majority in the Senate.
- November 27: Happy Thanksgiving.
- December 25: Merry Christmas.
- December 31: Happy New Year's Eve. Meanwhile, US troops withdraw from Afghanistan.
- January 1: Happy New Year. The Eurasian Union is formed, and as a result Russia basically annexes Belarus and Kazakhstan. Western Media nicknames the EAU "the New Soviet Union."
- January 2: Armenia joins the Eurasian Union.
- January 3: The 114th Congress begins.
- January 22: Pro-Iranian militias overthrow the Yemeni government.
- January 27: Vladimir Putin orders the Russian Navy to begin an expansion program with the goal of returning to its pre-1991 size by 2020.
- February 11: A second Minsk Protocol is signed after the first one falls apart.
- February 27: Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov is assassinated just outside the Kremlin.
- May 10: David Cameron become the new British PM.
- May 13: The Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts merge and form "East Ukraine," with its capital in Donetsk and its president Viktor Yanukovych. East Ukraine refuses to recognize Ukraine as a state and calls to annex it. The Ukrainian Civil War has begun. Russia immediately deploys troops to Eastern Ukraine (Novorossiya)in order to "keep the peace."
- May 28: Barack Obama announces that Putin's threats against Georgia are unacceptable and threatens to retaliate militarily if Putin invades. This is the first time since the Cold War that either side (U.S. vs. Russia) explicitly threatened to attack the other.
- June 26: there was an Islamic terror attack at the tourist resort at Port El Kantaoui, about 10 kilometers north of the city of Sousse, Tunisia.
- July 17: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shot down with a surface-to-air missile by pro-Russian rebels near the Ukraine–Russia border. In response the US calls for EU countries to impose trade sanctions on Russia. Tensions continue to rise.
- August 1: Putin bans food imports from the EU and restricts European airlines from crossing Russian airspace in apparent retaliation to Western sanctions.
- September 12: Putin again threatens Georgia, and this time gives a due date for the referendum: October 1.
- September 13: Obama picks up the Red Phone in the Oval Office and calls Putin. He requests a conference in St. Petersburg to discuss the crisis. Putin accepts.
- September 22-30: Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei meet with Putin in St. Petersburg to discuss the crisis. In the end, an agreement to hold a referendum is made.
- October 1: South Ossetia and Abkhazia vote to join Russia. The outcome results in worldwide protests against Obama's perceived inability to strongly back up American allies.
- January 1: Happy New Year. The Eurasian Union is formed, and as a result Russia basically annexes Belarus (they would have joined any how) and Kazakhstan (all be it with some autonomy). Western Media nicknames the EAU "the New Soviet Union."
- March 14: South Ossetia and Abkhazia join the Eurasian Union. Georgia retaliates by cutting off a Russian-Armenian trade route that goes through Georgian territory. Putin considers this action an act of war.
- March 15: Russia occupies Georgia. The Georgians do not put up any organized resistance due to a lack of morale. Georgia becomes a puppet state of Russia. Nakhchivan, Nagorno-Karabakh, south western parts of Armenia and south western parts of Azerbaijan see of the Russians and win with American technical help, air-strikes and military advisors.
- March 17: President Obama calls an emergency joint session of Congress, and states that the United States will now not just have a zero-tolerance policy for Russian attacks on NATO members, but also have such a policy for ANY Russian attack on another country (with the exception of armed conflicts in which Russia was attacked first).
- March 18: The "Turkish War Scare" occurs. Russia and Turkey almost go to war when Turkish naval ships fire on Russian naval ships in the Black Sea. Turkey claims that it had intercepted signals between the ships that implied that Russia was planning to form a blockade of the Eastern Mediterranean to prevent American arms from reaching anti-Assad forces in Syria. Russia denies this claim.
- March 21: Putin repeats his threat to invade Ukraine.
- March 23: Egypt joins the CSTO. Meanwhile, a second war between Sudan and South Sudan breaks out.
- March 24: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu makes a speech condemning Egypt for joining the CSTO. He says "The United States has always promised to protect Israel, and now Israel must promise to protect the United States." He threatens to renounce the 1979 Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty if Egypt declared war on the United States in the event that war broke out between the United States and Russia.
- March 31: NATO declares that it will "guarantee" its protection of Ukraine's sovereignty.
- April 1: The Syrian Civil War ends with a Syrian Government victory.
- April 2: Turkish President Recep Erdogan makes a speech before the Turkish Parliament announcing Turkey's withdrawal from NATO following "the United States' abysmal failure to follow the obligations of both the NATO charter and international law by refraining from helping the civilians who were brutally murdered by the Assad regime."
- April 3: Putin orders his chiefs of staff to start drafting plans for an attack on Ukraine. The attack would take place on August 25. Meanwhile, the new government in Afghanistan collapses and the Taliban comes back into power.
- April 4: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican and the second Sudan-South Sudan war ends in an armistice.
- April 7: Afghanistan's government collapses. Iran invades Afghanistan in response to several border clashes with Taliban insurgents.
- April 10: A UN Security Council meeting held to address the invasion of Afghanistan is held. The meeting devolves into a series of insults and threats by the American and Russian delegates, and they both walk out of the meeting.
- April 11: The UN is shut down until further notice, as it acknowledges that based on the language used between the American and Russian delegates, a new global war and global reset is imminent.
- April 12: After 5 days of fighting, Afghanistan is annexed into Iran. Obama's approval ratings plummet. One American newspaper publishes the headline "How did we lose Afghanistan?"
- April 13: The United States vows to protect Pakistan from an Iranian attack. It also announces that because of Iran's aggression, it is withdrawing from negotiations regarding Iran's nuclear program. The interim Iranian nuclear deal falls apart. Meanwhile, India, furious with Iran over its violation of Afghanistan's territorial integrity, severs diplomatic relations with Iran. This severely damages relations between India and Russia. Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi announces that he is seeking rapprochement with Pakistan to contain Iran. China considers this a challenge against its hegemony on Pakistan, and says that an Indian defense pact with Pakistan would trigger a Chinese military response.
- April 28: Putin calls for a special session of the Duma. During his speech, he renounces all START treaties.
- May 1: A frightened Kyrgyzstan joins the Eurasian Union.
- May 2: Sputnik News declares Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zhirinovsky to be "the cleverest, host enlightened and sexiest Russian politicians to have ever lived!"
- May 6: Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev meets with President Obama at the White House. He tells him that the Russian and Turkish governments are secretly beginning a rapprochement with the aim of dividing Eastern Europe between them. Gorbachev also speaks of Russian economic problems which he states were threatening the survival of the Putinist regime, and advises that if a firm stand is made for Ukraine, then Putin will be deterred from war.
- May 17: Finland, Sweden, Turkmenistan, Lebanon and Japan reject Russian offers of non-aggression pacts.
- May 17: Finland, reject Russian offers of non-aggression pacts.
- May 22: Iran joins the CSTO.
- July 7: India announces that it is leaving the BRICS due to hostility from Russia and China over the Afghanistan crisis.
- July 9: Argentina joins the BRCS, forming the BRACS.
- July 10: An emergency meeting of the NATO countries is held in Brussels. NATO reasserts its promise to protect Ukraine. Dozens are killed and wounded as ISIS let of a couple of suicide bomb belts in Damascus, Aleppo, Amman, Ashdod, Askelon, Izmir, Mosul and Baghdad.
- August 23: Turkey and Russia sign a non-aggression pact.
- August 25: Putin delays the attack on Ukraine by a week in response to Iranian threats to withdraw from the CSTO if Russia attacked Ukraine.
- August 26th: China takes over the Spratly Islands and crushes the Philippines and the USA at Battle of the Spratly Islands.
- August 27th: Russia buys off, entices, threaten and/or annexes many CIS states. Armenia, Azerbaijan and the rebels in Georgia are conquered that May. A nationalist rebellion then occurs in Tajikistan.
- August 28th: America makes closer ties with Colombia and Israel.
The War Begins: September 2016
- September 1: The Russian invasion of Ukraine begins with the Russian Air Force attacking several targets in Eastern Ukraine. The Russian Navy attacks several targets in the Black Sea. Libya, Lebanon, Switzerland, and Israel declare neutrality. The United States orders a general mobilization of its troops. Meanwhile, Tajikistan joins the Eurasian Union. To this day, it remains unknown whether Putin timed the beginning of World War III to coincide with the anniversary of the beginning of World War II.
- September 2: NATO and the EU issue to an ultimatum to Russia: Withdraw from Ukraine or face war. Iran declares neutrality. Switzerland orders a general mobilization of its troops. The United States reinstates the draft to include all able-bodied adult males born on or after September 3, 1973 who are not currently enrolled in an educational institution. Russia annexes Novorossiya.
- September 3: NATO, the EU, Australia, and New Zealand declare war on Russia. The United Nations officially declares that World War III has begun. Putin declares martial law, dissolves the Duma, bans the Communist Party, and bans all Western-affiliated and liberal progressive groups in the country "to preserve Russian unity and security."
- September 4: In the first offensive of the war, NATO launches attacks on Russian naval ships in the North Sea and in the Arctic Ocean. China declares neutrality. The United States begins a naval blockade of Russia, mainly focusing on Vladivostok to avoid a repeat of the Pacific Theatre in World War II.
- September 5: India declares neutrality.
- September 6: The last Ukrainian forces are expelled from Donetsk and Luhansk.
- September 7: Polish forces invade the Kaliningrad Oblast and Belarus. Kaliningrad falls later that same day. Meanwhile, Barack Obama signs an executive order allowing him to control key industrial companies when needed for the prosecution of the war.
- September 8: The United States re-introduces the convoy system.
- September 9: The Polish offensive into Belarus stalls.
- September 16: Kiev is surrounded by Russian forces. Meanwhile, Polish forces are expelled from Belarus.
- September 17: Turkey launches a naval blockade of Ukraine but does not intervene directly in the war. The United States recalls its ambassador to Turkey.
- September 18: Petro Poroshenko flees Kiev to Egypt.
- September 19: Turkey deploys its navy to the Mediterranean.
- September 21: Egyptian president Abdel Fatah el-Sisi survives an assassination attempt. He blames Turkey and threatens military action.
- September 24: Turkish naval forces clash with Libyan naval forces. Turkey threatens military intervention in Libya's civil war.
- September 25: Russia begins rationing food. More naval clashes between Turkey and Libya occur.
- September 26: Russian troops enter Kiev after a 10-day siege. More naval clashes between Turkey and Libya occur.
- September 27: Russian troops enter Poland. The Pope calls for world peace.
- September 28: The Greek government is forced to resign after major anti-war protests. The new government signs a peace treaty with Russia. Kiev falls. Naval clashes between Turkey and Cyprus take place. Turkey threatens military action.
- September 30: The war spreads to the Western Hemisphere when American and Russian naval forces battle off the coast of Brazil.
- October 3: NATO forces build up along the Russian-Lithuanian border.
- October 5: The Cypriot government is forced to resign and a pro-Turkish government is installed. Cyprus signs a peace treaty with Russia.
- October 6: The last Ukrainian units surrender and Ukraine is annexed by Russia. Vladimir Putin makes a speech in Moscow, declaring a desire for a peace conference with NATO.
- October 9: The Russian military begins drafting plans to launch an offensive in Finland, the Baltic States, and Poland.
- October 10: Barack Obama states that the war will not end until Russia is contained, "even if it means American troops in Moscow."
- October 11: An estimated 474,000 American troops arrive in Poland.
- October 12: Russia begins deporting Chechen POWs to Crimea.
- October 16: Russia begins minor air raids on Alaska.
- October 20: Polish and American troops settle in massive fortifications near the Polish-Belorussian and Polish-Ukrainian borders, as well as in Kaliningrad.
- November 8: Vladimir Putin survives an assassination attempt when a bomb is detonated at the Revolution Day Parade in Red Square. Meanwhile, Finnish, Estonian, and American bombers bomb St. Petersburg. Senator from Kentucky Rand Paul and Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley win the 2016 Presidential Election, defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro. Haley becomes the first female vice president.
- November 14: Petro Poroshenko departs Egypt to Washington D.C. He sets up the Ukrainian government-in-exile in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington D.C.
- November 15: American troops kill off a gang of heavily armed Chadian mercenaries in southern Tunisia at Tunisia's request.
- November 17: An American neo-Nazi group that supports Russian anti-Sematisum out of a sense of common cause angaist the Jews, detonates a bomb at One World Trade Center in New York City. Nobody is killed and damage is limited to the first floor lobby (and even then, is very minor since the bomb was made with a pressure cooker) but there are a few injuries.
- November 20: Russian submarines begin mining the Gulf of Mexico.
- November 23: All people in the former Ukraine that are not Slavic and not practicing Orthodox Christians are forced to register with the Russian government. Many refuse, and are taken to reactivated gulags in Siberia.
- November 26: Lebanon falls into chaos when clashes between Hezbollah and ISIS-linked militants break out, mostly in Beirut.
- November 30: Turkey, Iran, and Syria send troops to Lebanon to restore order as Lebanon descends into civil war. Israel threatens to intervene as well but Iran threatens to attack Israel if it sends troops or launches strikes on Lebanon. Israel places its military on maximum alert.
- December 1: Turkey bombs Damascus and blockades the Lebanese coast.
- December 2: Russia offers fiscal aid to Egypt, Greece, Libya and Myamar. Only Egypt agrees and offers a trading allinance, wich Russoia accepts the next day. Egypt remains frendly to the UK, USA and France, but begins a masive import/Export drive with Russia.
- December 5: Greece goes bankrupt, riots occure and Golden Dawn take over the nation within by the 7th.
- December 6: Russian agents sneak in to Monterrey and Athens.
- December 7: Iran again declares its neutrality in the war in Europe. NATO and the EU declare neutrality in the Lebanon crisis.
- December 11: The Turkish-Iranian-Syrian coalition in Lebanon suffers a major setback when a Sunni mutiny breaks out within the Turkish and Syrian militaries.
- December 14: A major crisis in US-Argentina relations occurs when Argentina allows damaged Russian ships off its coast to settle in its harbors. Fears begin to arise that Argentina will join Russia's side, possibly sparking a second invasion of the British Falkland Islands.
- December 17: Argentina reverses its decision to allow Russian ships to settle in its harbors after the US threatens to declare war on Argentina in retaliation.
- December 18: NATO-EU forces suffer a major setback when the American and Norwegian navies are defeated by the Russians in the Battle of Varangerfjord. Norway loses control of its eastern coast and Russian ships proceed to begin blockading northern Scandinavia. Canada places its domestic military forces on maximum alert, fearing that Russia could use its positions to launch an invasion from the north.
- December 28: The NATO countries begin rationing meat.
- January 2: The Turkish-Iranian-Syrian offensive into Lebanon has almost completely stalled due to the Sunni mutiny.
- January 7: The NATO countries expand their rationing to include all foodstuffs.
- January 10: A Russian plane containing a copy of plans for a Russian offensive into Scandinavia is shot down over Lithuania, and the plans are discovered and given to NATO command.
- January 20: Pakistan nearly enters the war on the side of NATO after a Russian submarine sinks a Pakistani cargo ship suspected of shipping arms to NATO forces off the coast of Syria.
- January 24: The Russian government begins drafting plans to deport non-Slavs from Ukraine.
- January 27: Russia begins finalizing its plans for an offensive into Scandinavia.
- February 1: China announces massive increases in military spending.
- February 5: NATO and the EU begin drafting plans to set up a second line of defense in Finland, the first being in Poland.
- February 10: Turkey and Russia sign a grain deal. The Turkish ambassador to America tells the Philadelphia Daily News that it is only a tactical move due to fears over Syria, Greece and Iran.
- February 14: The Pentagon enters negotiations with Blackwater for a potential contract for deployment to Lebanon.
- February 15: The Sunni mutiny is crushed, and Turkey, Iran, and Syria launch a full-scale invasion of Lebanon. Meanwhile, Putin orders unrestricted submarine warfare.
- February 17: Russia begins finalizing plans for an invasion of Poland.
- March 3: The Turkish-Iranian-Syrian coalition lays siege to Tripoli.
- March 13: Beirut falls. The Lebanese government resigns and Hezbollah takes power. The United States severs diplomatic relations with Lebanon.
- March 16: The first American civilian casualties occur after a Russian bombing raid on Alaska.
- March 18: Vladimir Putin travels to Armenian-Iranian border to meet with Ali Khamenei. Khamenei promises Putin that Iran will enter the European war when an opportune moment arises.
- March 28: The heads of state of the EU and NATO meet in Brussels and pass a joint resolution that no member will sign a peace treaty with Russia unless all members agree to do so.
- March 30: The United States launches secret reconnaissance flights over Turkey to prepare for a possible war. The CIA finds evidence that Hamas operatives were involved in the creation of the Russo-Turkish non-aggression pact, using the Hamas-Fatah unity agreement as a basis. Following this revelation, Barack Obama calls Benjamin Netanyahu and demands that Israel send an expedition into Gaza to arrest the suspected operatives and have them deported to Guantanamo Bay.
- April 9: Russia invades Finland and Estonia. Estonia falls within hours and is annexed.
- April 10: A far-right mutiny in the Finnish army occurs. The mutineers demand that Finland surrender, withdraw from EU, and form a cultural union with Russia. Finland is now in a state of civil war.
- April 11: Israel launches its expedition into Gaza as requested by the United States. It is met with fierce resistance. Within hours, Hamas is once again launching rockets en masse with Israel, and vice versa. A fourth Gaza War has begun. While the usual suspects praise or condemn Israel as usual; Russia, who was neutral in the first three Gaza wars, strongly condemns the Israeli expedition, as it was directed at helping the American war effort. Russia threatens to declare war on Israel if it launches more such expeditions. Meanwhile, Russian forces in Finland suffer a major setback after they are defeated by NATO-EU forces in the Battle of Oulu and fail to secure the port city. The Russians begin to be pushed back.
- April 24: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- April 27: The NATO-EU offensive against Russian forces in Finland comes to a halt when they are defeated in the Battle of Tampere.
- May 5: Helsinki falls. The Finnish Government in Exile is set up in Washington DC, but the Finnish Army refuses to surrender.
- May 7: The Republicans in the House of Representatives introduce a bill to impeach Barack Obama over his handling of the crisis in the Middle East and its escalation into the war that resulted. The argument is that Obama deliberately put the lives of American civilians in danger by arming al-Qaeda-linked Syrian rebels and supporting al-Qaeda-linked political movements throughout the Middle East. Had he not done that, the formation of the anti-American coalition in the current war would not have been possible due to a lack of internal support.
- May 8: The motion to impeach fails, as only 181 out of the required 218 votes needed to impeach are cast.
- May 10: Russia invades Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and occupied Kaliningrad. Lithuania declares a state of emergency.
- May 11: The last Polish troops are expelled from Kaliningrad. Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev leaves Russia. His escorts manage to get past Russian front lines in Latvia and a NATO plane flies him to Washington DC.
- May 12: The Lithuanians blow up all bridges on the Viliya, Neris, Nemunas, Merkys, and Sesupe rivers.
- May 13: The Latvian government-in-exile is set up in Washington DC.
- May 14: Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter authorizes the establishment of a secondary civilian defense force in the event of a Russian invasion. This is to include all able-bodied males born between May 15, 1951 and September 2, 1973 who are not currently enrolled in an educational institution. Barack Obama calls Narenda Modi and asks him to provide aid in the war against Russia in return for increased military cooperation for preparation for any future conflict with China. Meanwhile, Latvian forces suffer a major setback when they are defeated at the battle of Daugavpils.
- May 15: Russian forces cross the Neris River.
- May 16: The Lithuanian government flees to Poland.
- May 17: Latvia surrenders and is annexed. Meanwhile, Russian forces capture Vilnius, but Lithuania refuses to surrender.
- May 19: Russian troops begin the Siege of Plock.
- May 23: American conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is arrested and charged with interfering with the war effort under the Espionage Act of 1917. He would later be sentenced to three years in prison in November.
- May 25: NATO-EU forces suffer a major setback when more than 1 million troops are surrounded by a Russian siege at the Battle of Jastrzebie-Zdroj. Poland has now lost control of most of its southern territory, and Russian troops are now on the border with the Czech Republic. Meanwhile, Turkey and Greece almost go to war after a major border clash.
- May 26: Tomaszow Mazowiecki falls.
- May 28: Lithuania surrenders and is annexed.
- May 30: A bill proposed by Senate Democrats to defund the war is defeated.
- June 3: The Battle of Jastrzebie-Zdroj ends with a NATO-EU victory, as the Russian siege lines are broken after more than 18,000 people are killed.
- June 9: Naval clashes between Turkey and Cyprus take place.
- June 10: Iran declares war on all members of NATO and the EU. It also detonates its first nuclear weapon in preparation for war. Israel contemplates attacking Iran, but Russia warns it not to or face war. Meanwhile, Finland surrenders and is annexed.
- June 11: Australia and New Zealand declare war on Iran. Meanwhile, the Polish government flees Warsaw and resettles in Dabrowa Gornicza, which the Russians had recently been expelled from since the Jastrzebie-Zdroj Offensive.
- June 13: Warsaw is captured. The Polish government relocates again, this time to Lublin.
- June 14: American naval forces begin launching attacks on the southern Iranian coast. Meanwhile, the Turkish Navy is fully mobilized and deployed to the Mediterranean. The Turkish Air Force shoots down a Lebanese passenger jet flying from Benghazi to Beirut. The passenger jet happens to have three American diplomats on-board, so many Americans consider this shoot-down an act of war and call for the United States to declare war on Turkey. Barack Obama announces later that evening that he would not consider military action against Turkey. Due to the fact that three diplomats were killed and the flight was from Benghazi, this incident is referred to in the conservative media as "Benghazi II." Libya, Lebanon, Iran and Syria recall their ambassadors to Turkey in response to the shoot-down.
- June 15: Turkey invades Greece after yet another border clash.
- June 16: A far-right revolt in the Polish military erupts, turning the tide of the war back in favor of the Russians. Meanwhile, Turkey invades Cyprus and Libya after they declare war on Turkey to protect Greece. NATO, the EU, Russia, Iran, Syria, and Lebanon declare neutrality.
- June 18: The Polish government-in-exile is established in Washington DC.
- June 21: The Iranian cities of Yazd and Gorgan are bombed by American bombers. Meanwhile, Greece, Cyprus, and Libya surrender and are annexed.
- June 22: A small band of highly trained American troops let of a 0.1kt Special Atomic Demolition Munition (SADM) and a new Russian Air Station in Kust.
- June 23: A Russian 2S3 Akatsiya 152mm self-propelled artillery peace fires a 'ZBV3' (designated RFYAC-VNIITF) 1 kiloton nuclear artillery shell a distance of 17.4 km in to the opersite side of Warsaw. NATO fortifys the Fulda Gap.
- June 25: Poland surrenders and is annexed.
- June 28: Egypt severs diplomatic relations with Turkey. Meanwhile, Russian and American naval convoys battle off the coast of Pakistan, with a Russian victory.
- June 30: Russia invades the Aleutian Islands.
- July 1: Russia annexes the Aleutian Islands.
- July 2: Putin orders the Russian military to begin drafting plans for an invasion of the American West Coast. Meanwhile, the United States orders that no non-military ships can depart from American waters off the coasts of Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, and California. This move would later prove to be a shot in the foot for Democrats in the 2020 presidential election, as it caused independent voters in those states to vote Republican in much higher numbers than usual. A small band of highly trained American troops let of a 0.1kt Special Atomic Demolition Munition (SADM) and destroy Eareckson Air Station as it falls to Russia.
- July 3: Los Angeles is bombed by Russian bombers, destroying the US Bank Tower and Dodgers Stadium, and leveling the Spring Street Financial District.
- July 4: The Russian media leaks plans by NATO and the EU to bomb Turkey that were drafted in late 2013 and captured during the fall of Poland.
- July 5: The Lithuanian government-in-exile is set up in Washington DC.
- July 10: Russian bombers bomb Alaskan shipping lines in the Bering Sea.
- July 11: NATO-EU bombers bomb Russian encampments in Latvia and munitions factories by the Russian-Latvian border.
- July 12: Russia launches a full-scale bombing campaign of Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, and California.
- July 13: The fourth Gaza war ends with yet another stalemate and ceasefire.
- July 16: Russia begins finalizing plans for an invasion of the United States.
- July 19: The American navy defeats the Iranian navy in the First Battle of Hormuz.
- July 21: The Georgian government-in-exile is set up in Washington DC.
- July 30: Libyan General Khalifa Haftar is arrested and deported to Turkey.
- August 1: Putin sets September 15 as the start of the invasion of the United States. Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Erdogan says in a speech that despite recent frictions with Iran, Turkey is still committed to cooperation with Russia. In the same speech, he verbally attacks the United States, saying that it was directly responsible for the last Gaza war due to the nature of how it started. He calls Obama a "war criminal" and that "he has the blood of millions on his hands due to the war he has started." Meanwhile, Iran deploys its submarines to the Atlantic Ocean. Meanwhile, the United States deploys its naval forces to the Mediterranean to counter Turkish expansion, forming a line from Gibraltar to Malta. Morocco rejects Russian calls to close the Strait of Gibraltar.
- August 2: A small asteroid explodes over El Salvador, injuring more than 1,500 and damaging 45 buildings in 4 cities in the vicinity of San Salvador including the capital, San Salvador in 2025. A small earthquake shook most of the Japanese prefecture of Niigata.
- August 13: The Russians begin a two-week assault on American airfields in Alaska and Hawaii.
- August 14: The United States and India sign a technology-sharing treaty.
- August 17: Putin declares a blockade of the United States.
- August 20: Iran issues an ultimatum to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman to either expel all American military personnel or face war.
- August 24: The Russian navy accidentally fires a small missile into Washington DC. A church is destroyed but nobody is killed.
- August 26: The US Air Force bombs Moscow in retaliation for the missile launch. The Russian Navy retaliates by continuously launching more small missiles at Washington DC.
- September 1: Putin orders that all people living in Russia and occupied territories be forced to register for ID cards that profile them based on race and religion.
- September 3: Putin has the planned invasion of the United States delayed indefinitely due to difficulties breaking defenses in the Pacific. An Iranian air-strike starts hitting down-town Doha.
- September 7: Putin orders a withdrawal of Russian Naval forces from American waters. The battles in the Pacific and Atlantic are now done almost solely in the air.
- September 9: A Shiite insurgency in Saudi Arabia emerges. With Saudi Arabia distracted, Iran invades Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman. Su-30MK2 aircraft saw much action in the invasions.
- September 10: Putin reschedules the invasion of the United States to September 24.
- September 11: NATO launches more raids on Russian munitions factories and air fields in Latvia and by its border with Russia.
- September 13: A pro-Iranian coup overthrows the Kuwaiti monarchy and a royalist rebellion starts. Kuwait signs a peace treaty with Iran and declares war on NATO and the remaining members of the EU.
- September 16: Iran annexes Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman.
- September 17: Putin again orders the indefinite delay of the planned invasion of the United States, this time due to logistics resulting from the lack of a staging ground near the US West Coast.
- September 24: Moscow is bombed by NATO again. A ISIS (ISIL/IS) bomb kills 2 and injurers 8 in a Doha cafe.
- September 26: Kuwaiti rebels finally give in to Iran.
- September 27: China signs a military alliance treaty with Russia and Iran.
- October 3: After riots break out between ethnic Ukrainians and ethnic Russians, Kiev is placed under martial law and all non-Russians living in predominantly Russian neighborhoods are arrested and subjected to questioning.
- October 4: Putin and Khamenei meet again in Armenia to discuss the war.
- October 7: Russia sets up a military base in Sinai, alarming Israel.
- October 12: Putin's Joint Chiefs of Staff conclude that an invasion of the United States would not be feasible until March 2019 at the earliest. Meanwhile, Iranian ships, which were allowed into the Mediterranean thanks to permission granted by Egypt, clash with NATO forces off the coast of Malta. The United States and Israel are angered by this incident, and threaten to invade Sinai and Suez if Egypt continues to allow Iranian ships into the Mediterranean.
- October 15: Iran begins preparing for a potential eastern front as border clashes with Pakistan occur.
- October 23: Putin meets with Bashar al-Assad in Damascus. He attempts to persuade Assad to enter the war, but Assad refuses, saying that his army has not fully recovered from the Syrian Civil War.
- October 24: Iranian naval ships deploy to the coasts of the United States to rendezvous with Russian forces.
- October 25: Moscow and Novosibirsk are bombed by NATO.
- October 28: Iran declares war on and invades Pakistan.
- November 1: India declares neutrality in the Iranian-Pakistani war, but secretly gives lethal support to Pakistan, cooling tensions between the two.
- November 11: NATO forces bomb the Iranian Navy at Bandar Abbas, causing major damage but failing to destroy the Iranian stranglehold in the Strait of Hormuz.
- November 12: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu visits Putin in Moscow to discuss the future of the Middle East. Davutoglu demands influence in Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Jordan, Israel, and Sudan.
- November 13: The Iranian offensive into Pakistan stalls as Iranian troops suffer heavier-than-expected casualties trying to cross the mountain ranges of northern and Eastern Pakistan. Meanwhile, Putin replies to Davutoglu's demands. He lays out his plans for carving up Eurasia after defeating the United States. After defeating the European Union, Russia would annex all of the former Soviet States, Mongolia, Finland, the parts of Poland owned by Russia prior to World War I, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, and the former Yugoslavia minus Croatia and Slovenia. The rest of Europe would be given to Germany, with a new, pro-Russian government installed. Turkey would get Cyprus, and the entire Middle East except for the Gulf States (Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, and Oman), Yemen, and Israel. Iran would get all of the Gulf States, Yemen, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Bangladesh. China would get the rest of Asia minus the Korean Peninsula, Vietnam, and Japan, which would all come under Kim Jong-un's control.
- November 14: The Pakistanis launch a counteroffensive against the Iranians. Meanwhile, the Russians bomb Seattle, destroying the Space Needle and Alaska Way Viaduct.
- November 16: Barack Obama orders that troops be deployed to Pakistan.
- November 19: Iranian troops are kicked out of Pakistan and Pakistan begins invading occupied Afghanistan. In response, Iran becomes the second country to use nuclear weapons in warfare when it begins nuking Pakistani army divisions along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. Iran also begins bombing mountains in northern Pakistan with the intent to cause avalanches and landslides that would destroy Pakistani targets.
- November 20: Sudan signs a military alliance pact with Russia, Iran, and China.
- November 25: Turkey demands that Iranian influence be confined to Southern Asia rather than the Middle East. Iran interprets this demand as one that Iran withdraw from the Gulf States, and threatens to respond militarily if Turkey attempts to wrestle them from Iranian occupation.
- November 29: The Russian Navy launches missiles from the Gulf of Mexico into Texas.
- November 30: The Russians bomb Santa Ana, California.
- December 1: Indian Ambassador to the United States Subrahmanyam Jaishankar is forced to resign after he makes remarks in an interview with The Statesman and The Times of India stating that he believed that America had lost the war with Russia and further fighting could arguably be considered war crimes.
- December 3: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- December 4: A local lunatic shoots dead 3 staff members in the Quiznos at Downtown Crossing, Boston.
- December 5: NATO planes bomb Omsk and Karaj.
- December 6: NATO troops launch Operation Magnet, an offensive against Iranian forces in Oman.
- December 8: Pakistani forces have captured Ghazni, Chaghcharan, and Mihtarlam.
- December 9: Iranian forces are kicked out of Oman after losing 9 infantry battalions and two armour battalions.
- December 12: Iran has now 117,000 troops either killed or captured in the Persian Gulf front of the war.
- December 16: NATO planes bomb Ulyanovsk.
- December 18: Putin orders that plans be developed for an invasion of Turkey.
- December 22: Russian planes launch a three-day bombing raid on Los Angeles and San Francisco.
- December 26: A military coup overthrows the Mexican government. The new government is pro-Russia. Meanwhile, South African president Jacob Zuma survives an assassination attempt.
- December 28: Iran asks Russia to intervene in the war against Pakistan.
- December 29: The National Cathedral is damaged by a Russian rocket.
- January 1: NATO planes bomb Russian aircraft factories in Rostov-on-Don.
- January 2: Russian planes and NATO planes dogfight off the northern coasts of Ireland and the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, NATO planes begin bombing the Iranian coast.
- January 3: The Russian Air Force is defeated by NATO forces in the Battle of the Sea of Azov. During the battle, the bridge from the Caucasus to Crimea is destroyed, collapsing on top of and severely damaging four Lebanese cargo ships.
- January 5: Australian troops launch a new form of military offensive: the crashing wave manoeuvre, in the Persian Gulf. A mass deployment of troops on the southern coast of Iran pushes deep into Iranian territory to draw Iranian troops toward the beaches. The Australians promptly fall back, and the Iranian troops chase them right into an even bigger mass of NATO troops. As a result, 135,000 Iranian troops are taken prisoner. A furious Ali Khamenei dismisses several high-ranking generals in the aftermath.
- January 10: The United States and India sign a weapons and intelligence-sharing treaty. Russia summons the Indian ambassador, demanding an explanation. Meanwhile, Russia and Turkey sign a border security treaty. Russia begins a blockade of Malta. Pakistani forces take Khyber pass, effectively cutting off Iranian trade access to China. China is furious, and threatens to intervene in the Iran-Pakistan war on the side of Iran if trade obstructions continued.
- January 11: In Washington D.C., 171 people are killed and 207 are injured when a Russian rocket strikes the Washington Metro, causing the roof of the Metro Centre station to cave in.
- January 13: Russian rockets hit El Paso. Left wing, pro-Russian, coup in Sonora and Chiapas.
- January 16: NATO planes bomb Bahrain. Meanwhile, Russian planes bomb Malta.
- January 17: Ahmet Davutoglu and Sergey Lavrov meet in Moscow. Lavrov tells Davutoglu that Putin cannot guarantee a Turkish-Russian alliance due to tensions between Turkey and Iran, and to a lesser extent, between Turkey and China.
- January 19: NATO planes bomb the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile Khamenei and Putin meet in Moscow. Putin promises to send aid to besieged Iranian troops in the Persian Gulf.
- January 20: Barack Obama leaves office. Rand Paul is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
- January 21: There are reports that Egypt's military under Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been summarily executing Jews as part of a "Fifth Column Purge." Israel recalls its ambassador from Egypt.
- January 23: A resolution to recommend that Narenda Modi sign a non-aggression pact with Russia is proposed in the Indian Parliament, but fails to pass.
- January 24: The American and Iranian navies clash off the coast of Bahrain.
- January 31: 3,000 Iranian sailors are taken as prisoners of war by the American Navy off the coast of Qatar.
- February 7: NATO launches a second crashing wave manoeuvre in the Persian Gulf, resulting in the capture of 390,000 Iranian troops.
- February 8: The Indian parliament passes a resolution affirming Narenda Modi's decision to sign a weapons and intelligence-sharing treaty.
- February 9: Russia deploys reinforcements to the Persian Gulf. Meanwhile, NATO forces bomb the Iranian cities of Shiraz and Gorgan.
- February 11: Russian forces arrive in the Persian Gulf. Meanwhile NATO forces land on Qatar.
- February 14: NATO diverts some of its troops from the Persian Gulf to Pakistan, resulting in several naval clashes with Russian and Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean.
- February 15: Russia begins deporting non-Russians from Crimea to Western Ukraine.
- February 19: Russia begins a three day naval shelling campaign of the American Northeast. Many cities are heavily damaged, especially Boston.
- February 21: Russia deploys an extra division to the Syrian port of Tartus.
- February 25: NATO forces capture Doha.
- February 28:The Shiite insurgency in Saudi Arabia spills over into Qatar and launches guerrilla warfare against NATO troops.
- March 3: The NATO offensive into the Persian Gulf stalls after problems with the Shiite insurgency.
- March 7: A large Russian hacker attack penetrates the US Government and leaks a dozen of classified documents. One included information about NATO planning to use chemical weapons on insurgency strongholds.
- March 14: The pro-Russian Mexican government begins settling up a military base near the US-Mexican border and starts firing artillery into Texas.
- March 16: The Russian Navy blockades Hawaii.
- March 18: China signs a weapon and intelligence treaty with Iran after one of their trade ships are shot down by the Pakistani Army. Meanwhile Russian troops enters the United Arab Emirates.
- March 23: Massive Anti-War protest takes place in major American cities, people are tired of the destruction and famine caused by the destruction. The newly elected president Rand Paul says that the main goal of the war will be defeating Iran and then make a peace treaty with Russia. This treaty would let Russia expand the Eurasian Union into the Middle East and Central Europe with countries including: Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. The US would then install pro-western government in several other Arab countries, creating a terror balance between the two super powers.
- March 29: The Russian Navy withdraws from Hawaii after the Americans launched a air offensive against the blockade. As a result of this two Russian frigates and four destroyers are either sunk or badly damaged. The first attempt to a invasion of the US mainland is now underway.
- April 1: A Russian prisoner of war is returned to the troops stationed at the Qatar border. He tells them that the US plans to attack their positions with a number of 30 000 troops. This was a trick by the US commanders (possibly coinciding with April Fool's Day) to lure the Iranians. Instead they sends 1000 troops there and the rest to attack the Iranian positions in Yemen.
- April 2: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- April 4: 30,000 Iranian soldiers are either killed or taken captive in the Battle of Sanãw. The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- April 9: A resolution to enter the war on Irans side is proposed by the Chinese government after losing high sums of trade income from the Pakistan sea blockade.
- April 13: NATO pushes closer into Yemen and captures Thamúd and Ariqim. Iran deploys more troops to the region.
- April 14: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- April 15: China declares war on Pakistan, NATO and the US. Overnight, hate crimes against people of Chinese descent skyrockets in the United States, Chinese flags are burned, unflattering images of Mao Zedong swarm the internet, the Disney animated film Mulan is banned, and Chinese goods are destroyed by rioters in Walmarts and Targets en masse.
- April 17: Australia begins sanctioning the coal import to China as a result of the declaration of war. China retaliates by doing the same thing on computer and telecommunication hardware.
- April 23: A white revolt against President Jacob Zuma occurs in South Africa. The Free South African Army declares itself as the legitimate government and declares war on Russia. Zuma, who have stayed neutral during the war seeks help and travels to meet with Putin in Moscow despite calls from the African Union.
- April 24: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican.
- May 1: NATO planes bomb Russian aircraft factories in Rostov-on-Don.
- May 2: America fires an AGM-86 ALCM with a W80 (5kt) warhead in to Vladivostok’s navel dockyards. Several conventional blast bomb type cruse Tomahawk missiles also hit it. African leaders are concerned over Russian and South African political relationships.
- May 10: The United States and Ghana sign a weapons and intelligence-sharing treaty. Russia summons the Ghanaian ambassador, demanding an explanation.
- May 12: The Pope calls for peace at a special mass in the Vatican. A small asteroid explodes over El Salvador, injuring more than 750 and damaging 48 buildings in 3 cities in the vicinity of San Salvador including the capital, San Salvador and a bigger one is predicted for impact in 2025. A small earthquake shook most of the Japanese prefecture of Chiba, injuring 20 and killing 1.
- May 13: The Russians and Chinese begin a two-week assault on Nepal and lose narrowly to the heroic Nepali forces (with Indian technical support and arms).
- May 14: The United States and Ghana sign a technology-sharing treaty.
- May 17: Putin declares a blockade of the Mongolia.
- May 20: A giant dust storm hits Kuwait and causes case for 7 days and 7 nights. America covertly sends military advisers to Mongolia.
- June 6: Israel strikes Iran.
- July 10: An emergency meeting of the NATO countries is held in Brussels. NATO backs off its previous stance of vowing to protect Ukrainian rebels regardless of what happened, but if Russia used nuclear weapons in Ukraine, NATO will respond militarily. NATO also briefly backs off its previous stance of vowing to protect Hungary and Finland regardless of what happened, but if Russia used nuclear weapons on Ukraine, NATO will respond militarily.
- July 11: The towns of Liviv and Kherson are fortified by locals in a last stand against the Russians.
- July 12: An emergency meeting of the NATO countries is held in Brussels. NATO reasserts its promise to protect Hungary and Finland.
- August 6: Israel strikes Iran.
- September 6: Iran strikes Israle.
- October 1: North Korea, South Korea, troops attacked the border. in clashes 17 North Korean soldiers and 12 South Korean soldiers were killed. South Korea asked for help from America and its allies.
- October 2 : American B-52 and B-2 bomber planes fly over the North Korean capital Pyongyang launched a seires of bombardment raids.
- October 4: Russian and Chinese agents at Ford Lockheed Martin and Rockwell factory organized sabotage attacks.
- November 30: Russia and China bomb Santa Anna in California.
- December 1: The USA drops a America fires an AGM-86 ALCM with a W80 (5kt) warhead in to Vladivostok’s navel dockyards. Several conventional blast bomb type cruse Tomahawk missiles also hit it, along with Moscow and Tehran.
- January 5: Argentina, Falkland gave an ultimatum to Britain because of the crisis. Britain has rejected the ultimatum.
- January 8: Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands . Britain declared war on Argentina . Brazil announced that it would provide support to Argentina . British naval forces and airborne troops , 111st SAS regiments, headed to the Falkland Islands.
- January 14: British naval forces, airborne troops and 111st SAS regiment reached the Falkland Islands. Argentina air force attacked the British ship. Fourth plane crashed in Argentina, one British ship sunk.
- January 21: Argentina government asked for help from Bolivia. Bolivian President Evon Moralez, Bolivian army,sent to Argentina.
- January 24: Russian and Chinese armies computer hack the computers on Japanese island of Hokkaido.
- February 1: The USA fires an AGM-86 ALCM with a W80 (5kt) warhead in to Vladivostok’s navel dockyards. Several conventional blast bomb type cruse Tomahawk missiles also hit it, along with Moscow, Shanghai and Tehran.
- February 2: A new rising occurs in eastern Georgia. Cameroon, Laos, Costa Rica, Argentina and Peru send humanitarian aid. Greece, America, Portugal, Italy and the UK send weapons. India sends radio sets to Georgia, Mongolia and Kurdistan.
- March 14: Russia merges the autonomous territories of North Ossetia and South Ossetia to form a puppet state simply known as "Ossetia." Ossetia is a Russian Orthodox theocracy that immediately proceeds to engage in anti-gay, anti-Sunni Muslim, and anti-Communist pogroms. The United States refuses to recognize it as a state.
- March 16: In Nigeria, Boko Haram Islamic extremist organization that performs hundreds of people killed in terrorist attacks.
- March 18: Boko Haram organization, attacked the military base of Cameroon from Nigeria border.
- March 19: Cameroon soldiers, 18 militants killed boko haram. 2 Nigerian soldiers died as a result of accidents in the meantime. Nigeria, Cameroon blamed the attacks. Cameroon's army, began amassing troops on the border Nigeria.
- March 21: The government of Chad, Cameroon would support announced. Boko haram organization, has threatened the government of Chad.
- March 22: The government of Chad, Nigeria border, launched a military buildup.
- March 24: The Cameroon and Chad army, with dozens of tanks and soldiers, invaded the northern part of Nigeria, but are defeated by Nigeria and Ghana.
- March 28: Russian army began preparations to attack Belgium and Holland. NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO headquarters, announced that it would move to Barcelona in Spain.
- April 1: NATO officially relocates to Barcelona.
- April 4: Russian armies invaded Belgium, Holland and Denmark by sea and parachute. Norway and Sweden, was besieged from the south by the Russian army.
- April 8: Norway and Sweden rest of the parts were occupied by the Russian army.
- April 9: Norway and Sweden, with heavy losses surrendered. Scandinavia was completely captured by the Russian army.
- April 14: Russian naval forces attacked the Turkish fleet in the Black Sea. The Turkish fleet was withdrawn from the Marmara Sea.
- April 16: Russian army, captured the Black Sea region of Turkey.
- April 18: The big battle of Marmara. Russian armies attacked Istanbul. The Turkish army was now defending.
- May 4: Big Disaster. Russian ships, on both sides of the Bosphorus Bridge fired dozens of missiles. Bosphorus Bridge, was destroyed in the middle. Dozens of Turkish tanks and in 2500 the Turkish soldiers, fell down from the Bosphorus Bridge.
- May 6: Russian army, the Black Sea region, has 1000000 troops sent.
- May 8: Turkey government asked for help from NATO and America.
- May 9: American and NATO armies, thousands of tanks, anti-aircraft batteries, troops, missile launch vehicles began preparing to defend with Ankara. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in farm mansion, went to military operations center. Thousands of people were evacuated from Ankara. Turkey and NATO armies, has created a line of defense in the center of Ankara.
- May 11: expected 1 day left to the Russian attack.
- May 12: Russian attack began in Ankara.
- May 14: Russian army, Ankara has launched major aerial bombardment. the same clocks Russian airborne troops, with tanks and thousands of troops launched attacks. Russian helicopters, attacked the Turkish and NATO position. 12 NATO tanks were destroyed.
- June 1-25: China arms and trains Assamese rebels.
- June 26-30: The 4 day regional rebellion is crushed by India.
- July 1: 2 ISIS bomb injurer several people. 2 explode in Amman, 1 explodes in Tbilisi and 1 explodes in Yerevan. ISIS, the PKU, Hamas and the FSA. A 9K720 Iskander missile with a 700 kg HE warhead hits Essen.
- July 2: Strategic nukes are launched-
- 06.00: A LGM-118 Peacekeeper with 10 MRV (3 shot down by Russia) Avco Mk21 re-entry vehicles each carrying a 300 kt W87-0 warhead slam in to the Russian missile base in Orenburg Obalst.
- 16:00: later 5 RT-2PM2 Topol-M missiles (2 shot down by the USA) carrying a single 800 kt warhead slam in to Fairbanks AFB.
- 17:00: French S3 (SSBS) missile with a a single 1.2 Mt TN 61 warhead hits the Chita launch site to take it out and stop another assault by it.
- 21.00: 2 Dongfeng-41 Thermonuclear weapons shoot up, 1 has a single 1 Mt warhead and 1 has 10 MIRVs (2 shot down by the USA) with 250 kt and they screw Aria 51 in to the Sh1t.
- 23.00: French S3 (SSBS) missile with a a single 1.2 Mt TN 61 warhead hits the Shanxi province launch site to take it out and stop another assault by it.
- 23:30: The UN Secretary General, ICRC Sectary General, the Pope and the King of Bhutan all condemn the use of atomic arms and pray for peace at the UN.
- August 23: In case of interference in the internal affairs of Hungaty, both Russia and Iran threatened by military occupation. Turkish army near the border with Georgia and Armenia as the alarm condition has passed.
- August 25: Putin delays the attack on Hungary by a week in response to Iranian threats to withdraw from the CSTO if Russia attacked Ukraine.
- September 1: Russia invades Hungary.
- September 3: Russia and Ukrainian rebels exchange 6 small, tactical nuclear weapons during a battle over Kharkov.
- September 4: Russia air force planes of the mausoleum in Ankara and began bombardment raids.
- September 5: Turkey's government has declared war on Russia.
- September 6: General and local elections in Greece are scrapped by the Golden Dawn coup leaders, but the the radical left party SYRIZA would have won it and calls for a 3 day general strike, which most people agree with. The leader of the radical left party SYRIZA Alexis Tsipras" Greece Never in NATO and the European Union has no place. then Greece is the enemy of the European Union and NATO," he explained. Greece drachma as currency due to economic crisis started using again.
- September 7: Greece announced that it would leave the European Union and NATO. thus in Greece and Turkey hatred and attacks against foreigners has increased. in Greece for 24 hours whereupon turkey gave ultimatom.
- September 8: Greece border with Turkey an ultimatum by the termination of tanks, troops, armored vehicles, artillery began stockpiling. The Russians bomb Seattle and Juneau, killing and injerying many. The United States, France, Canada and UK re-introduces the convoy system.
- September 9: Turkish army tanks, armored vehicles and 150 000 fully equipped troops invaded Greece along with. Turkish army on the same day Greek Cypriot republic and held the air and artillery bombardments.
- September 10: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad blamed the Turkey in the country due to terrorism.
- September 11: Iraq and damask Islamic state (ISIS) staged a suicide attack in Turkey's Hatay province. 65 turkey citizens lost their lives in the attacks. Grand National Assembly of Turkey after the attack, held an emergency session. President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan "This attack is absolutely unacceptable. Syrian state will pay the price for it," he explained.
- September 12: Turkish artillery and missile batteries Syrian air force military air base in al-Hasakah hit. Syrian Air Force lost 72 aircraft and 45 soldiers. Turkish commandos crossed the border into Syria proceeded to telabyat. whereupon the protection unit on the popular Kurdish and Syrian government has declared war on Turkey.
- September 14 : PKK terrorist organization of the Turkish soldiers opened fire on the Iraqi border . 15 terrorist attacks , and five Turkish soldiers lost their lives . Turkish artillery positions opened fire on the terrorists in Iraq . meanwhile the northern Iraqi Kurdish administration has declared war on the central Iraqi government . Iraqi Kurdish administration in northern , central Iraq , the PKK and the Turkish troops began to fight against the government .
- September 16 : Iranian missile attack troops Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait , Oman and Bahrain held a long -range missile attacks .
- September 18 : Turkey started a riot in . War has broken out between leftists and Islamists . Islamists against the government of the republic of Turkey leftists supported.
- September 21 : Israeli air force bombed positions Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria .
- September 24: the united nations general assembly met for the last time. Speaking at the meeting secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, unfortunately we could not reach our goal. nations of the world could not manage. We've failed in every respect. and I am resigning after this meeting and I'm closing forever united nations, he explained.
- September 26 : June 15 presidential elections were held Egypt. Abdulfettah al-sissi won elections . Abdulfettah al-Sissi, Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir along with defense and military cooperation agreement. Sudan and Egypt against Israel decided to act together.
- September 27 : the state of Israel attacked Egypt and Sudan government has announced. Israeli air force bombing raids began in Cairo and Khartoum.
- September 28 : the governments of Egypt and North Sudan has declared war on Israel. Meanwhile, Turkey invaded and annexed the Greek Cypriot republic in its entirety. Egypt navy opened fire on the Turkish fleet near Cyprus. Turkey to Egypt declared war.
- September 29: Turkish and Israeli warships hit warships Egypt state. Egypt coastal defense missile batteries were destroyed. turkey and the Israeli army began preparations for amphibious landing operations.
- September 30: Turkish and Israeli marines landed at Alexandria. 20 Turkish and Israeli soldiers in the conflict, and 40 soldiers were killed Egypt. 4 Egypt tanks, 17 armored vehicles, 4 helicopters and 14 artillery batteries were destroyed.
- October 1: North Korea, South Korea, troops attacked the border. in clashes 15 North Korean soldiers and 10 South Korean soldiers were killed. South Korea asked for help from America and its allies.
- October 2 : American B-52 and B-2 bomber planes in the North Korean capital Pyongyang launched bombardment raids.
- October 4: China air force bombed American bases in Guam. in the same time the American F-22 Raptor fighter jets, liaoning China air base attacked in.
- October 6: China land forces to 550,000 troops and tanks entered Northern Korea.
- October 8: American, Japanese, Australia, Philippines, New zealand, Thailand, South Korea and other NATO allies, with 850,000 combat troops and tanks invaded Northern Korea.
- October 9: NATO and China in clashes between army, 50 Chinese and 120 NATO soldiers were killed. Pyongyang has remained a deady lock.
- October 11: Chinese army 250.000 combat troops and ships with invaded taiwan.
- October 17: Chinese and Japanese vessels near the Senkaku Islands began to fight. eight Japanese and four Chinese ship sunk.
- October 21:Pakistan Taliban, India organized suicide attacks on military checkpoints.
- October 24: India Pakistan war was declared.
- October 25: 150,000 Pakistan troops and armored vehicles invaded the northern part of india.
- October 26: Pakistan army Attacked indian control region of Jammu and Kashmir. According to initial reports in 2500 indian soldiers had died in the attacks. 86 tanks, 69 armored vehicles, 76 aircraft, 28 helicopters, 49 artillery batteries, 59 medium-and long-range missile Carriers were destroyed. Jammu and Kashmir on the Pakistan army seized the area completely pulled out of the region and the Indian army ....
- October 28 : Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, because of the violence in the country has given an ultimatum to the united states . Venezuelan army began to fight with opponents Maduro . Cuba has announced that it will support in Venezuela . Cuba 's air force attacked the florida keys .
- October 29: U.S. Air Force F-16 and F-15 fighter planes rained bombs on Cuba's capital Havana. Cuba and Venezuela have declared war on America.
- October 30: the revolutionary armed forces of Colombia from the Venezuelan border, Colombian military attack launched. Colombia asked for help from America. American army, 71th Marine troops landed in Colombia. U.S. Marines and Colombian soldiers troops, 50 guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and 70 Venezuela troops killed .
- October 31: U.S. Navy 70th fleet began preparations for the invasion of Cuba.
- November 1: U.S. Navy 70th fleet, Cuba's capital, Havana has launched missiles and artillery strikes.
- November 4: Russian and Chinese agents, Lockheed Martin and Rockwell factory organized sabotage attacks.
- November 5 : American marines 101st airborne division, the Arroyos de Mantua in Cuba landed. 51 Cuban soldiers were killed during the extraction . the Mexican state of the same day, they capture drug traffickers announced they had found weapons on Cuba. Mexican jets, launched attacks on Cuba . Mexican army began preparations for the invasion of Cuba .
- November 6: Maduro opponents attacked the Venezuelan army. United states and mexico has announced it will support weapons to opponents of Maduro.
- November 7: Caracas, Venezuela army weapons depot in a huge explosion occurred. According to initial reports, 450 Venezuelan soldiers were killed.
- November 8: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has put the army against the rebels.
- November 9: Venezuelan civil war began.
- November 10: Free Venezuelan army was formed. United states and the Mexican army, Venezuela's Maracaibo lake near the south and conquered.
- November:11: Russia's air force launched air raids on Berlin. Russian ground forces 71 th tank regiment and 175 th Spetsnaz divisions attacked the German air base in Pankov
- November 12: Russian airborne division, 150.00 troops and 150 tanks, along with airborne operation held in Berlin. 150 Russian soldiers were killed in the clashes. 10 Russian tanks were destroyed. East of Berlin was occupied by the Russian army. In the meantime the Russian army quickly Hungary, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland and Slovenia was occupied.
- November 14: American, British, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian armies against the Russian army went on the offensive over France.
- November 15: Russian bombers bombed the north of Britain.
- November 16: Turkish land forces , with the support of the American air force attacked Russia's Gyumri city. 75 Turkish and 120 Russian soldiers were killed in the conflict. Gyumri captured by Turkish army.
- November 18: Iranian Azeris, the Iranian government has rebelled against. Iranian army has conquered Turkey's Hakkari region. Turkish army 17 th infantry regiment retreated to Şırnak.
- November 19: Russian naval forces Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier, destroyers sunk by the Allies in the Mediterranean. 175 Russian sailors died. 25 Russian aircraft was destroyed.
- November 21: NATO armies began to send troops and supplies to Turkey.
- November 22: Russian army invaded Bulgaria and Romania out of Ukraine. The devastated Romanian and Bulgarian armies surrendered.
- November 24: Israeli army attacked the Gaza region of Palestine. al-Fatah and Hamas declared war on Israel . Iranian naval forces to defend Palestine began to send ships to the Gulf of Suez.
- November 26: Egyptian army forces invaded Libya. Libya government surrendered.
- November 28: Algerian forces attack islamist camps in Mauritania.
- November 29: French air force bombed the Algerian port of Mers El Kebir. Algeria has declared war on France.
- November 30: South african republic army, attack the republic of Angola. 200 Angola soldiers were killed.
- December 1: The Egyptian, Libyan, Tunisian and North Sudanese armies quell the chaos as locals are are attacked by immigrants, refugees and scroungers from the Chad, Southern Sudan, Eritrea and the Central African Republic.
- December 2: The Russian army attacked Turkey through Bulgaria. Despite intense fighting the Turkish army of 400 soldiers, 15 tanks, 24 armored vehicles,9 armored infantry carriers lost . Russian armies captured Tekirdag, Edirne and Kırklareli . Turkish army tanks and armored vehicles pulled back to Istanbul along with.
- December 3: China advances into Sumatra, Indonesia.
- December 4: Morocco, attacked southern Sahara republic. southern Sahara Republic, captured by Morocco.
- December 5: NATO, Turkey and the Israeli government, under pressure from the 110.000 troops and 25 ship along with invasion of Syria.
- December 7: Chinese Aircraft carriers bombed by a US Stealth bombers off from the Gulf of Thailand.
- December 8: Iranian and Iraqi army invaded Kuwait and was south of Saudi Arabia.
- December 11: Israeli army captured Sinai Peninsula. Egyptian army retreated to Cairo over the Suez Canal.
- December 12: Turkey, Israel, U.S., Jordan, Saudi Arabia and NATO armies captured Syria. Bashar al-Assad regime has surrendered. Russian naval bases in Syria's coastal areas were destroyed. Russian naval Mediterranean task force has been destroyed.
- December 14: Ethiopia army, attacked Eritrea and Djibouti. in a short time in Eritrea and Djibouti, captured by Ethiopian army.
- December 15: Ethiopian army on the pretext al-Shabaab organization attacked the republic of Somalia. Kenya, Somalia has condemned the attack. Kenya has declared war on Ethiopia.
- December 18: God resistance army soldiers, across the border from Zimbabwe to South Africa, was attacked. South African army 54 Zimbabwe.troops killed.
- December 21: Peruvian army attacked the Republic Equator. 70 Peruvian soldiers were killed in the conflict. Chile, gave support to the Republic of Peru
- December 24: Russian army, through the territory of Karelia to Finland attacked.
- December 29: Russian army suffered heavy losses after five-day war captured by Finland. Finland, but did not surrender. Sweden, Finland announced that it will support the underground resistance movement.
- December 30: Russian warplanes bombed Stockholm. Tanzania's government turns socialist and then starts having a 6 day war with Kenya. It ends with a seas fire. Kenya gets a US SEAL team 3 and Tanzania gets troop of Spetsnaz opratives.
- December 31: Sweden has declared war on Russia.
- January 2: The Syrian Civil War ends with a rebel victory. The new government cuts of all ties with Russia and aligns with Egypt, Turkey, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.