Year Date Event
1939 March A pro-German state, the Slovak Republic, is created, provoking the dissolution of Czechoslovakia
1939 March Germany occupies the Czech region, violtaing the Munich Agreement
1939 March Hitler demands the return of the Free City of Danzig to Germany
1939 March The United Kingdom and France offer a guarantee of Polish independence
1939 April The Spanish Civil War ends in Nationalist victory. Spain becomes a dictatorship and begins seeking closer relations with Germany
1939 April Italy invades Albania
1939 April The Soviet Union proposes a tripartite alliance with the United Kingdom and France. It is rejected
1939 May Soviet-Japanese Border Conflicts: The Battle of Khalkhin Gol begins with Japan and Manchukuo against the Soviet Union and Mongolia. The battle ends in Soviet victory on September 16, influencing the Japanese to not seek further conflict with the Soviets, but to turn towards the Pacific holdings of the Euro-American powers instead
1939 May The Pact of Steel is signed between Germany and Italy. The Pact declares further cooperation between the two powers, but in a secret supplement the Pact is detailed as a military alliance.
1939 August The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact is signed between Germany and the Soviet Union, removing the threat of Soviet intervention in the German invasion of Poland. The pact also details that Poland will be occupied by both nations, and the Soviet Union will be allowed the Baltics, Finland, and Bessarabia
1939 August Germany sends an ultimatum to Poland concerning the Polish Corridor and Free City of Danzig
1939 September With no response to its ultimatum, Germany invades Poland, starting World War 2
1939 September The Free City of Danzig is annexed by Germany
1939 September

The United States declares neutrality

Germany developes the radar for use in aerial battles

1939 September South Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, Newfoundland, and Canada declare war on Germany
1939 September Warsaw is encircled by the German Army
1939 September Poland is invaded from the east by the Soviet Union
1939 October The Chinese Army defeats Japan at the Battle of Changsha
1939 October The last of Poland's military surrenders to germany
1939 October Jewish people from Austria and Czechoslovakia are deported into Poland
1939 October Portions of Poland are annexed into Germany
1939 November More Polish territory annexed into Germany; The Soviet Union begins annexing territory in the east
1939 November The Polish government-in-exile moves to London
1939 November The Soviet Union attacks Finland, starting the Winter War
1939 December The Finns retreat to the defensive Mannerheim Line
1939 December The Soviet Union is expelled from the League of Nations after its attack on Finland
1940 January The Finns score massive victories over the Soviets
1940 February

The Soviets break through the Mannerheim Line

Hitler declares unrestricted submarine warfare

1940 March The Winter War ends in a Soviet victory, albeit being costly
1940 April Denmark is invaded by Germany and quickly surrenders, while Germans land in Norway
1940 April British troops begin pulling out of Norway
1940 May Norwegian government-in-exile established in London
1940 May

The German Invasion of the Low Countries and France commences

Winston Churchill becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

1940 May Luxembourg is occupied by German forces
1940 May Dutch government-in-exile established in London
1940 May The capitulation of the Dutch Army is signed
1940 May

Allied forces retreat to Dunkirk. German forces continue pushing towards the coast with the help of the Luftwaffe

1940 May Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of Allied troops at Dunkirk, begins
1940 May Belgium surrenders
1940 June Operation Dynamo ends with 78,567 Allied trrops evacuated to Britain
1940 June

Italy declares war on France and Britain

Norway surrenders to the Germans

1940 June Paris is occupied by German troops
1940 June France officially surrenders to the Germans
1940 July Vichy France is established
1940 July The Battle of Britain begins
1940 July Czechoslovakian government-in-exile arrives in London
1940 August Italy occupies British Somaliland
1940 August The USSR officially annexes the Baltics, Bessarabia, and Northern Bukovina
1940 August The Luftwaffe continues to dominate in the skies over Britain with the help of radar
1940 August The Kriegsmarine begins sinking Allied supply ships on the English Channel and North Sea, With the eventual goal being a total blockade of the British Isles
1940 August Most British radar installations are destroyed by the Luftwaffe
1940 August German dockyards in the Baltic Sea are used to mass produce U-boats. Hitler also approves the Ausländische Marine Act, allowing captured ships to be incorporated into the Kriegsmarine, and for the navies of Axis members in the North Sea and English Channel to work under a single high command
1940 September British Egypt is invaded by Italian forces
1940 September German bombing attacks on English cities are brutally effective
1940 September French Indochina is occupied by Japan
1940 September Spain signs the Madrid deal, allowing German forces to use Spanish bases, airfields, and ports for the duration of the war
1940 September

With the help of Vichy France forces, Gibraltar is taken by Germany

Japan invades Siam

1940 September The Tripartite Pact is signed by Japan, Germany, and Italy. This pact forms the Axis powers
1940 October A massaive German bombing raid is comenced over London. It is incredibly succesful, taking out most British planes and airfields in the area, as well as destroying a large portion of the city
1940 October

Jews in Warsaw are moved to the ghetto

Italian marines take Malta

1940 October

Italian forces reach Cairo

Siam is annexed into Japan

1940 October Italy sends an ultimatum to Greece, with the Greek Prime Minister famously replying "So it is war". Italian troops begin invading from Italian occupied Albania
1940 November Italian troops continue advancing into Greece, claiming victory in the crucial battle of Elaia-Kalamas
1940 Novermber Vichy France forces are defeated in Gabon
1940 November Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania sign the Tripartite Pact
1940 December Athens is taken by Italian forces, with a Greek government-in-exile being established in London
1940 December Cairo is taken by Italian forces
1941 January Massive bombing attack on London destroys The Old Bailey, Guildhall, and eight churches.
1941 January The RAF, supported by the Canadian Air Force, attack the Kiel Canal in Germany. The Kiel Canal bridge collapses on a Finnish vessel. This is the first Allied success of the war
1941 January Italian troops push the Allies across the Suez and out of North Africa. Preperation begins for a crossing of the canal
1941 January

British forces counter-attack on Italian held Ethiopia from Kenya

Greece surrenders to Italy

1941 January Italian forces in East Africa repel the Allied counter-attacks, pushing the British even further south
1941 February

Hitler and Mussolini meet in Vienna. Hitler agrees to send support to Africa and prepare for an invasion of Yugoslavia

1941 February Jewish Romanians are executed by Iron Guards in Bucharest
1941 February Erwin Rommel is placed in command of the German Afrika Korps
1941 February The Afrika Korps arrive in North Africa; immediatly begin attempting to open a land passage into Italian territory in East Africa
1941 February Austrian Jews are deported to Polish ghettos
1941 February

Swansea, Wales is obliterated by German air raids

The Afrika Corps begin pushing back the British and Australian forces in East Africa; Heavy casualties for the Allies

1941 March

Auschwitz prison camp is expanded

Bulgaria signs the Tripartite Pact

1941 March The Lend-Lease Act is signed by Roosevelt
1941 April The Axis hold off on a further push into Southern Africa due to lack of supplies
1941 April A Pro-German coup in Iraq overthrows the government and begins working with the Axis
1941 April A number of British forces on the Sinai Peninsula are redirected to deal with Iraq, leaving an opening for an Italian invasion
1941 April Germany, Italy, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria invade Yugoslavia
1941 April Yugoslavia surrenders after a week, with a government-in-exile established in London
1941 May Italian forces succesfuly cross the Suez and land on the lightly guarded Sinai Peninsula
1941 May The Pro-German Iraqi government is overthrown by Allied forces
1941 June

Multiple Allied bombing attacks on German cities fail, resulting in heavy Allied losses

Allied forces surrender in East Africa. Mass retreats southward are called by Allied command

1941 June Vichy forces in Lebanon and Syria flank Allied forces in Transjordan and Palestine
1941 June Seeing defeat as inevitable, Allied supreme command orders all Allied soldiers in Palestine, Transjordan, and Iraq to evacuate to Cyprus
1941 June Germany launches Operation Barbarossa, ending the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and starting the Soviet partcipation in the war. Romania invades from the South-West, supporting Germany. Every other Axis member aside from Japan declares war on the Soviets
1941 June

the Soviets bomb Helsinki, prompting Finland to declare war on the Soviet Union. Finland begins seeking military support from the Axis

1941 June Germany encircles 300,000 Soviets between Minsk and Białystok
1941 July Johannesburg is taken by German forces. A full Allied retreat to Capetown is ordered
1941 July Ponary Massacre killings begin with the shooting of captured Soviet POW's, and the deportation of hundreds of Jews from Vilnius to Soviet dug fuel tank pits near the Ponariai suburb of Vilnius, where they are shot or buried alive. Reports by survivors are accepted as hallucinations
1941 July With no evacuation possible, 50,000 Allied soldiers in Capetown prepare to defend against the full might of the Afrika Corps
1941 July Polish scientists and writers are mass murdered by German troops in Lviv
1941 July Vitebsk, considered "the gateway to Moscow", is captured by German forces
1941 July The Luftwaffe carries out brutal bombing raids on Moscow
1941 August 300,000 Soviet soldiers are captured in the Smolensk Pocket
1941 August The final Allied soldier is killed in Capetown. Germany declares victory on the continet
1941 August The Soviets lose Tallinn to German and Hungarian forces
1941 September Leningrad is encircled by Finnish and German soldiers
1941 September All Jews under German rule must wear the yellow star of David badge with "Jew" clearly written in it, are forbidden to live with or marry non-Jews, and are forbidden to leave their towns without written consent, in accordance with the Nuremberg Laws of 1935.
1941 September Murder of all 3,700 residents of the old Jewish quarter in Vilnius begins at the Ponary death site along with 10 members of the Judenrat
1941 September

Estonia is occupied by Germany

6,000 Jews shot at Ponary

1941 September Siege of Leningrad begins. Kiev is completely surrounded by German and Romanian forces
1941 September

German SS troops kill over 30,000 Jews at Babi Yar on the outskirts of Kiev, Soviet Ukraine, in response to sabotage efforts which the Germans attributed to local Jews

1941 October Majdanek concentration camp is opened
1941 October

German forces begin their assault on Moscow

Finland signs the Tripartite Pact

1941 October 660,000 Soviet troops are encircled near Vyasma
1941 October Axis forces land on the beaches of Cyprus
1941 October German tanks are immobilized by the heavy snow
1941 October German occupied Luxembourg is declared "cleansed of the Subhumans ". The subhuman races being Jews, Romani, and Slavs
1941 October Cyprus falls to the Axis. The Allies lose the Middle East
1941 October Kharkov falls to the Germans
1941 October German forces are halted just outside of Sevastopol
1941 November Germany takes Kursk
1941 November Freezing temperatures give the Soviets a massive advantage in Moscow
1941 December Lithuania is reported "cleansed of subhumans"
1941 December During a heavy blizzard, German forces are pushed out of Moscow by a Soviet counter-attack. However, Germany is still dug in just outside the city
1941 December

Japan attacks Pearl Harbour, declares war on the United States and United Kingdom, invades Thailand and British Malaya, and launches aerial attacks against Guam, Hong Kong, the Phillippines, Shanghai, Singapore, and Wake Island. Canada and Australia declare war on Japan

At Pearl Harbor, the Japanese successfully destroy the fuel storage tanks, submarine base, and naval repair yards, effectivly crippling the American Pacific Fleet

1941 December The United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and New Zealand declare war on Japan
1941 December Germany and Italy declare war on the United States, and vice-versa
1941 December Burma and Wake Island are invaded by the Japanese
1941 December Japanese soldiers lands on the Southern Philippine Islands
1941 December Romania, Hungary, and Bulgaria declare war on the United States and United Kingdom, and vice-versa
1941 December Japan lands on the Northern Philippines Islands
1941 December The Wake Island garrison surrenders to the Japanese
1941 December Hong Kong falls to Japan
1942 January The Soviet winter counter-offensive ends, having pushed Axis forces out of Moscow. This victory, however, comes at a cost with the Soviets losing over 307,000 troops. Soviet casualties on the Eastern Front are estimated to be around 2.8 million.
1942 January Japan declares war on the Netherlands
1942 January The Dutch East Indies are invaded by Japan
1942 January German authorities begin to deport Jews from the Lodz ghettos to the Chelmno Concentration Camp
1942 January Japan invades the Solomon Islands
1942 January

American soldiers arrive in Northern Ireland

Complete stalemate on the Eastern Front, with neither side being able to break through

1942 January British Malaya is taken by the Japanese
1942 February Allied forces pull out of Singapore, marking a huge victory for the Japanese Army
1942 February The Phillippines fall to the Japanese. The Second Philippine Republic is established
1942 February The Spanish Blue Division is sent to Leningrad, although Spain itself remains neutral. Soviet troops in Kiev surrender
1942 March Japanese island hopping is incredibly effective, as Japan takes control the Dutch East Indies. The Allies now only hold Australia, New Zealand, Papau, New Guinea, and a few other small islands
1942 March Chittagong is taken by Japanese forces, the first major battle in British India
1942 March Massive German air raid on Brighton, heavily damaging Allied defences on the coast
1942 March The United Kingdom begins rationing coal, electricity, gas, and food
1942 March The Kreigsmarine takes complete control of the English Channel and North Sea, destroying any Allied supply or military ship in those areas. The North Atlantic is kept open by the British and American navies
1942 April Japanese troops land in Western Guinea
1942 April The Japanese Navy begins blockading Australia and New Zealand
1942 May New Guinea falls to the Japanese. With the exception of Australia, New Zealand, and a few small Allied military islands Japan has complete reign over the Pacific. Hirohito orders his military commanders to begin plans for an attack at Midway
1942 May German and Romanian forces breakthrough the Soviet defences in Sevastopol after months of attrition
1942 May Mexico joins the Allies and declares war on the Axis Powers
1942 May The Crimean Peninsula is Taken by Germany. The stalemate of the Eastern Front ends
1942 June The Battle of Midway begins
1942 June Hitler approves the Uranprojekt. German scientists begin developing an atomic bomb
1942 June The Battle of Midway ends in Japanese victory. The United States loses all 3 carriers, 5 heavy cruisers, 12 destroyers, and hundreds of aircraft, while the Japanese only lose a battleship and 76 aircraft. This defeat cripples the American fleet in the Pacific, forcing some of the Atlantic fleet to redeploy to the Pacific. Japan puts off a second attack on Hawaii in favor of a land invasion of Australia
1942 June A Japanese blockade is put into place around Australia and New Zealand
1942 June Soviet far east divisions are redeployed to the Eastern Front. Hitler demands the Japanese attack the lightly defended Soviet border
1942 June Sydney is bombed by the Japanese Air Force
1942 June Japan agrees to attack the Soviet Union once China surrenders
1942 June The United States, Canada, and Britain begin working on the Manhattan Project. However, with most resources directed at the failing war effort, minimal progress is expected to be made
1942 July The RAF is virtually destroyed. The Luftwaffe controls the skies of Britain, launching unrelenting raids on British cities
1942 July Case Blue, the German plan to capture Stalingrad and the Caucasus oil fields, begins as the Far East Divisions arrive
1942 July Japan launches the Invasion of Australia. 50,000 Japanese soldiers take part in the initial landings with another 170,000 expected to arrive once a beachhead is established. Japanese military commanders expect the starved Allied soldiers to last no longer than 6 weeks
1942 August German forces, backed by Hungary and Romania, arrive at Stalingrad
1942 August Japanese forces begin pushing into the outback after only 3 weeks of fighting
1942 August Nations of North, Central, and Southern America meet in Havana to discuss the prospect of joining the Allies. All but Ecuador join
1942 August Japanese troops, unprepared for the intense heat and arid climate of the outback, are unable to fight effectively. Japan is halted, and Japanese soldiers in Geraldton and Brisbane are redirected to the outback to push back the Australian counter-attack
1942 August Finland takes Murnmansk. Axis troops at Stalingrad are unable to push into the city
1942 September Luxembourg is annexed into Germany
1942 September The Allies take advantage of the lack of Japanese forces in Brisbane and Geraldton and begin pushing back the Japanese
1942 September Civillian men and boys in Stalingrad are conscripted into the Red Army as Axis forces push into the suburbs
1942 September

Aside from Stalingrad, Axis forces are completely halted on the Eastern Front

The American Atlatic Fleet arrives in the Pacific

1942 September After taking heavy casualties, the Japanese order a full retreat into Northern Australia
1942 September Allied POW's and Australian civillians in Northern Australia are forced to build trench systems for the retreating Japanese Army. On the seas, the Japanes blockade of Australia fails thanks to the combined efforts of the Australian, New Zealand, and American Navies
1942 September Brazil pledges troops and supplies to the Pacific
1942 October Stalingrad is surrounded by Axis forces as Leningrad finally falls in the north
1942 December The Soviets launch a desperate counter-attack in Stalingrad to reopen supply lines. Combined death toll for both sides is over 850,000
1942 December Soviet counter-attack in Stalingrad reopens supply lines. The Hungarian Second Army is ordered to close it by any means necessary. Soviet soldiers begin night raids against German artillary in the Stalingrad suburbs
1943 January The Luftwaffe intensifies its bombing of British ports
1943 January The USAF begins bombing Japanese trenches in Northern Australia
1943 January

Axis forces push into the caucasus, taking the Soviet oil fields. The Hungarian Second Army closes the opening in Stalingrad, prompting German and Romanian troops to launch an all out assualt on the city

Brazilian troops arrive in Australia

1943 January In Iraq, multiple Allied funded militias rise up against Italian rule, beginning a guerilla war against the occupiers
1943 Febuary

Soviet soldiers surrender to the Axis is Stalingrad. After 6 months of fighting, the death toll is estimated to be 1.67 million. Soviet POW's are sent to labor camps, while Russian civillians are placed under house arrest. Hitler makes clear his plans for Stalingrad to his military commanders, ordering the extermination of Russian civillians in the city by the end of the year

1943 Febuary Japan is pushed out of Australia after 7 months. This marks one of the only Allied victories of the war
1943 March Japan invades the Aleutian Islands. Unbeknownst to the Americans, this attack is meant to draw American forces away from Hawaii
1943 March With victory seeming inevitable, Leaders of the Axis countries (excluding Japan) meet in Berlin to discuss the fate of Europe once the war is over
1943 March

On the Eve of Passover, Jews resist German attempts to deport the Jewish community in the Warsaw ghettos

1943 March Partisans in occupied Belgium attack a Holocaust train transporting jews to Auschwitz. 236 Jews escape
1943 April The Japanese begin a three-day massacre of civilians; about 30,000 Chinese are killed in the Changjiao massacre
1943 April The Warsaw ghetto uprising ends. The ghetto has been destroyed, with about 14,000 Jews killed and about another 40,000 sent to the death camp at Treblinka
1943 May With a large number of American forces redeployed from Hawaii to Alaska, The Japanese invade the Hawaiian Islands
1943 May Japanese forces in the Aleutian Islands redeploy to Hawaii
1943 June In the Uranprojekt, German scientists in Hamburg create the first controlled nuclear fission reaction
1943 July Hitler approves the creation of the V2-Rocket
1943 July The United States calls a retreat of Allied forces in Hawaii
1943 August The Allies pull out of Hawaii. Japan offers surrender to the Americans
1943 August

Roosevelt refuses to surrender

German soldiers invade Iceland

1944 February

With the capture of Chongqing, the Republic of China surrenders to the Japanese. Half is annexed, with the rest being governed by the Wang Jingwei regime, a Japanese puppet state

1944 February Realizing the vast number of Japanese troops available to redeploy to the Pacific thanks to China's defeat, Roosevelt agrees to meet with Hirohito in Honolulu to discuss peace terms. Japanese and Allied soldiers are temporarily told to Cease any hostilities while negotiations are underway
1944 February The Honolulu Conference begins. Attending are the foreign ministers and leaders of Japan, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, France, the Netherlands, Brazil, Canada, and Great Britain. The Soviet Union refuses to attend for unknown reasons
1944 March

Partisans in Italy bomb two factroies in Rome

1944 March An agreement is reached in Honolulu. France, the United States, Holland, and Britain are to give up all Pacific holdings to the Japanese, in exchange for complete peace with the Allies (aside from the Soviet Union, who wasn't represented at the meeting). All countries agree, although some reluctantly
1944 March Hitler, furious after Japans seperate peace, demands they attack the Soviet Union or face removal from the Axis
1944 April Japan begins its invasion of the USSR
1944 May Caught off guard by the Japanese attack and heavily outnumbered, the Soviets retreat en masse in the East
1944 May Axis forces begin pushing toward Moscow
1944 June Vladivostok falls to Japan after 2 months of intense fighting. This loss is a major hit to Soviet supply lines
1944 July Axis forces reach Moscow. Heavy shelling and bombing of the city centre begins
1944 August

Japan captures the Siberian city of Bratsk

Poland is declared "cleansed of the Subhumans"

1944 September Moscow is nearly lost. Only a small number of Soviet troops remain, defending the Kremlin with their lives
1944 September

After the last Soviet soldier is killed in Moscow, the Soviet Union officially surrenders to the Axis Powers. Germany takes west of the Urals, establishing RK Ostland, Ukraine, Kaukasus, and Moskowien, while Japan takes the east. Between the two a buffer state, the Siberian Union, is established as a neutral power. Finland is given Murmansk Oblast and Karelia, and Romania is given Moldova. Stalin and Molotov are sent to Berlin for execution, while may other Soviet officials flee to the Siberian Union and then the US

1944 September Hitler orders the extermination of Slavs, Jews, and Romani in newly annexed territories
1944 September

The Siberian Union abolishes Communism

The Indian Revolution begins in British India. Lead by Subhas Chandra Bose, the rebels seek an India independent of British rule. Japan sends volunteers to assist the rebels

1944 October

Seeing an Axis victory as inevitable, Spain signs the Tripartite Pact

1944 October Stalin and Molotov are publically executed in Berlin in front of a crowd of over 50,000 people
1944 November

The Slovak National Uprising, an attempt by the Slovak resistance to overthrow the countries collaboration government, begins

Allied troops pull out of Britain, anticipating an invasion or British surrender

1944 November Britain is completely blockaded by the Kriegsmarine. attempts by the few remaining Allied ships to break the blockade fail
1944 December The first German carrier, the Deutschland, is launched in Hamburg
1944 December The Slovak National Uprising ends in failure. Hitler sees the Slovak leadership as weak and vulnerable, and the country is annexed by Germany and Hungary
1945 January Ireland agrees to allow Germany to use its military bases, airfields, and ports
1945 January

Desperate to break the blockade, the Royal Navy assembles the few remaining ships it has, as well hundreds of civillian vessels armed with small arms and grenades, and attacks the Kriegsmarine in what would be known as the Battle of the Blockade

Former soldiers of the Red Army form the Russian Liberation Army (RLA). Attacks begin in the former territory of the Soviet Union

1945 January The British "Navy" is unable to open a passage into Glasgow. this would be the last engagement of the Royal Navy after 400 years of operation
1945 February Germany tests the first ever Atomic Bomb on the island of Corsica. Much of the island is destroyed
1945 March

British citizens, starved and tired, demand Churchill to surrender

1945 March The Deutsche Religiöse Gesellschaft (German Religious Society) is formed, taking direct control of all churches in Germany
1945 March Churchill offers surrender
1945 April

Franklin Roosevelt dies. He is replaced by Harry Truman

1945 April Hitler agrees to discuss surrender terms
1945 May

Mongolia, the Eastern Siberian State, the Kingdom of Thailand, and the United Islands of Indonesia are created as Japanese puppet states. Manchukuo is annexed into Japan

1945 May

The British Government pushes the upcoming elections to July 26, 1946 due to the upcoming peace talks

1945 August

An agreement is reached between the UK and Germany. European Allied Powers, including the UK, agree to meet with the Axis in Luxembourg City for a peace trety

1945 September

The European Allied Powers meet with the Axis leaders in Luxembourg City to sign a peace treaty. Germany and its allies force unconditional surrender, which is accepted.

Venezuela leaves the Allies

1945 October

Evacuated Allied soldiers of European powers are incorporated into the American and Canadaian armies. Remaining Allied countries agree to redeploy forces to the North and South American east coast

Former European colonies in the Caribbean form the Caribbean Federation, excluding Belize and Jamaica, who form their own respective countries

1945 November The German puppet state of Iceland is established. Belgium, Holland, Poland, Denmark, and Norway are officially incorporated into the Reich
1945 December

German commanders draft a plan for a mainland invasion of the United States and Canada

the United Kingdom cedes Northern Ireland to Ireland

1945 December Hitler blocks any invasion of North America, citing the huge amounts of Allied forces on the east coast, and Germany's non-existent naval presence in American and Canadain waters. German commanders who supported the plan are relieved of duties for "Putting forth a plan that would destroy the German Army". Hitler instead orders a massive u-boat campaign against the Allied fleets and further development of a V-3 rocket
1946 February

German u-boats see extreme success, forcing most of the Allied fleet into ports for repairs

With the capture of New Delhi, the Indian Revolution ends in British defeat. The fascist Free India is established under Subhas Chandra Bose and begins alligning with Japan

1946 March The Allies begin placing depth charges to counter German u-boats
1946 March Both sides realize the war is locked in a stalemate, and agree to meet for peace talks
1946 April

The leaders of the Allies and Axis meet in Dublin. The Allies agree to a surrender. Axis victory is declared by Hitler

1946 April

Victory parades occur across the Reich, and Hitler makes speeches, in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, and Cologne

1946 May The Siberian Union begins giving supplies to the RLA. Multiple partisan groups form in Norway, the Baltics, and Africa
1946 July In a shocking result, Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists win the British election. Mosley begins steps to transoform the UK into a dictatorship
1946 July The United States and Canada agree to a joint project of developing nuclear weapons and ICBMs
1946 September The Global Fascist Movement is created, with the goal of spreading Fascism abroad
1946 September The Yroslavl militry base, a major hub for German operations in the east, is attacked by the RLA. 561 are killed
1947 February Harry Truman secretly meets with the leaders of Sweden and Portugal in Bermuda to discuss the possibility of assisting the Allies in funding partisans. Both agree to help, with Portugal training rebels in their African colonies and Sweden secretly shipping weapons to the French Resistance
1947 March

Italy and Germany prepare for an invasion of Switzerland. German commanders expect the invasion to be a swift one

1947 April

Germany and Italy declare war on Switzerland. The Swiss army is mobilized and retreats to their forts in the Alps

Liechtenstein surrenders without a single bullet being fired

1947 April

Germany and Italy take heavy losses in the Alps

Harry Truman demands Germany and Italy halt all military attacks on the Swiss. No response is given

1947 May The Luftwaffe begins bombing Swiss forts. Switzerland calls for retreats from damaged bunkers
1947 May

Japan begins distancing itself from the Axis Powers

Switzerland surrenders and is split between Germany and Italy

1947 July

German scientists create their first ICBM, as well as an early computer prototype

1947 September Funded by the Global Fascist Movement, fascist rebels stage a coup in Brazil
1947 September The Brazilian government is overthrown by fascist rebels. the new government leaves the Allies and establishes closer relations with Germany. The Allies call an emergency meeting in Havana, proposing military intervention
1947 October

In Havana, military intervention is put off the table by a vote of 6 to 16

Japan asserts their position in Afghanistan and Iran, arguably beginning the Iranian Crisis

1948 January

Pro-democratic rebels form in Northern Brazil, starting the Brazilian Civil War. The Allies again meet in Havana

Vichy France signs the Tripartite Pact

1948 February

Japan begins development of nuclear weapons

The Allies agree to military support to the Brazilian democrats from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, and the United States, as well as medical support from Cuba and Colombia.

1948 February

Germany demands Japan halts its nuclear weapons program. Japan refuses

The UK is officially renamed Britain

1948 March Germany forms the European Trade Union to increase relations with Ireland, Portugal, and Sweden. The Union allows unrestricted trade throughout the continent
1948 March Allied forces arrive in Northern Brazil. Italy and Romania begin sending supplies to fascist rebels in the south
1948 May

The Luftwaffe reveals the first ever jet powered fighter

1948 July

Germany beats Hungary 4-0 to win the 1948 World Cup. It's widely thought that the Hungarians threw the match in fear of military retaliation from Germany

Japan buys Macau from Portugal

1948 August Japanese forces march into Tehran. Germany demands Japan leave immediatly
1948 August

German balistic missiles are aimed at Japan, as Hirohito refuses Germany's demand. The Japanese Navy blockades the Persian Gulf

South Africa becomes the Orange Free State

1948 August The Kriegsmarine in the Persian Gulf prepare to engage the Japanese Navy, and German bombers begin circling Japanes warships. Hirohito demands the creation of an independant state between Japanese and Italian territory in Asia if peace is to be maintained
1948 August Hitler agrees to the terms. Afghanistan and Iran are merged into Persia. Both countries agree to stay out of Persia's internal affairs and Japan leaves the Axis
1948 September Belem is taken by the Brazilian democtartic rebels (BDR). Allied supply ships begin shipping supplies into the port
1948 October The first Portugese trained rebels leave for German African Colonies
1948 October Saudi Arabia allows Germany to station its troops and planes in the country and begins shipping oil to Germany
1948 November The Weestern Urals Guerilla War begins taking a heavy toll on the German Army. In response, Hitler orders anyone of non-German descent living in annexed Russia to be sent to death camps
1948 November

Truman is re-elected as President of the United States

Britain begins seeking closer ties with Germany

1948 December

The Baltic territories of RK Ostland are annexed into Germany, while the Belarusian territory merges with RK Moskowien

Japan forms the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere with its puppet states