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Note: Assume all other events in World War II except those specifically mentioned take place normally.

1937

  • Jan. 7: The Die Glocke Project is initiated in Nazi Germany with the purpose of advancing German technology in order to win the war Hitler is planning.
  • Feb. 11: The construction of the Berlin Bunker is completed and German scientists begin work on an atomic bomb.
  • Mar. 2: The construction of the Austrian Bunker is completed and German scientists begin designing a teleportation device.
  • Apr. 18: The Die Glocke teleportation project begins.
  • May 1: The "bell-shaped structure" is developed and tests with red mercury are initiated.
  • May 4: Several scientists are killed by radioactivity in the Austrian Bunker.
  • May 16: The Third Reich claims a large area of Antarctica.
  • Jun. 1: Hitler orders the construction of a "super lab" and mining facility in Antarctica around the South Pole to study magnetism and secret advanced technology.
  • Aug. 9: The Antarctic Bunker is completed and German scientists begin mining the South Pole.
  • Sept. 1: Germans begin research into atomic behavior and begin constructing centrifuges.

1939

  • Sept. 17: German scientists invent anti-gravity technology in the Austrian Bunker.
  • Dec. 9: German scientists begin using the idea of thermal diffusion in their construction of atomic bombs.
  • Dec. 14: The Manhattan Project begins collecting and studying uranium.

1941

  • Apr. 10: German scientists begin testing atomic bomb construction with thermal diffusion.
  • Sep. 3: German centrifuge construction is completed.

1942

  • Jan. 21: The Philadelphia Experiment is performed by Einstein, in which a navy ship is rendered invisible for 3 seconds, but almost everyone on board is killed due to complications.
  • Feb. 1: The Die Glocke teleportation project is shut down.
  • Feb. 3: The Die Glocke flying saucer project is opened in hopes of achieving German air superiority.
  • Feb. 12: The Die Glocke "Wunderwaffen" or "miracle weapon" project is opened.
  • Feb. 16: American newspapers refer to Einstein as a "mad scientist" and he is shunned by many Americans
  • Mar. 3: Einstein returns to Germany.
  • Mar. 17: Hitler contacts Einstein about working on Die Glocke.
  • Mar. 18: Einstein agrees to see Hitler's labs.
  • Mar. 20: Einstein visits the Berlin Bunker and is unimpressed by the technology designed for the atomic bomb.
  • Mar. 21: Einstein visits the Austrian Bunker and is very intrigued by the prototype Luftwaffe technology and the anti-gravity Die Glocke project. He agrees to help the German army advance in exchange for full access to the facilities and freedom to command the German resources to conduct his own experiments.
  • Apr. 23: Many Manhattan Project labs are abandoned but left intact, some even with lights left on.
  • Apr. 30: The last remaining uranium in the Manhattan Project is used up.
  • Sep. 12: A scientist accidentally detonates a powerful explosive in the largest Manhattan Project lab, destroying it along with all of its documents and technology.
  • Oct. 7: The last Manhattan Project lab is abandoned.
  • Oct. 13: All Manhattan Project funding is ceased.
  • Oct. 15: On the anniversary of its opening, the Manhattan Project is set to shut down on January 1, 1943.

1943

  • Jan. 1: The Manhattan Project is officially shut down.
  • Oct 2: After working for nearly a year and a half, Einstein and the German scientists create an atomic bomb and Hitler orders its mass production.
  • Oct. 16: A Russian spy found working for Die Glocke is jailed.
  • Nov. 1: Einstein and the German scientists begin working on an advanced aircraft for the Luftwaffe. Einstein is informed of the Wunderwaffen project.
  • Nov. 4: Einstein drafts a design plan for the development of the German flying saucers, dubbed "Stahl Wolken," or Steel Clouds.
  • Nov. 14: Einstein invents solar panels for the miracle weapon, dubbed "Feuerball" or "Fireball"
  • Nov. 15: The Germans design a weapon frame for the Feuerball.
  • Nov. 23: The Stahl Wolken is completed.
  • Nov. 24: The Stahl Wolken is tested and can travel 1700 mph in any direction and can elevate nearly out of the atmosphere using anti-gravity technology, but not out of the atmosphere due to the absence of gravity. Hitler orders its mass production
  • Dec. 1: The Stahl Wolken is introduced to combat for the first time and is described by Allied forces as "UFOs" German air superiority is firmly established.
  • Dec. 2: German scientists begin designing a power core capable of storing and firing concentrated energy absorbed by the solar panels.

1944

  • Jan. 1: The German invasion of West Africa begins with the Luftwaffe bombing key cities.
  • Jan. 3: The ground invasion of Algeria begins and Algiers is captured.
  • Jan. 4-6: The Luftwaffe continues bombing west African targets.
  • Jan. 6: Algeria is fully occupied by German forces.
  • Jan. 12: The invasion of Morocco begins with the Stahl Wolken bombing Rabat and Casablanca. Algeria is annexed.
  • Jan. 17: Morocco surrenders and Tunisia is invaded and occupied.
  • Jan. 22: Tunisia is annexed and Hitler orders an invasion of Libya.
  • Jan. 23: The Luftwaffe bombs Tripoli.
  • Jan. 24: Morocco and the Western Sahara are annexed. The German ground invasion of Libya begins.
  • Jan. 26: The British send a small force to Mali and Libya to prevent them from falling to the Germans. The first mention of "Nazi UFOs" is made to the British homeland by a soldier in Libya.
  • Jan. 27: The Luftwaffe launches a demolition campaign with the goal of leveling most of southern west Africa.
  • Jan. 28: The British are defeated in Libya and Libya is occupied.
  • Jan. 31: Hitler orders an invasion of Mali, Mauritania, and Niger.
  • Feb. 1: The Luftwaffe decimates all strongholds in the target countries. The British troops in Mali are captured.
  • Feb. 3: Mali and Niger are occupied. Libya is annexed.
  • Feb. 4: German troops invade Mauritania without assistance from the Luftwaffe. The Luftwaffe focuses most of its strength on completing the destruction of the southern territories.
  • Feb. 6: The Feuerball is completed and tested. The test results show that the weapon sometimes fires pure solar energy and sometime electricty, both equally deadly. Hitler orders its mass production.
  • Feb. 7: Hitler orders an invasion of Nigeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea, and the Ivory Coast.
  • Feb. 9: Nigeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea, and the Ivory Coast are annexed.
  • Feb. 12: Mauritania falls and is occupied.
  • Feb. 14: Hitler orders the invasion of Ghana, Togo, Guinea Bissau, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.
  • Feb. 17: All but Liberia are annexed having been destroyed by the Luftwaffe. German and British forces clash in Liberia.
  • Feb. 23: Liberia is occupied.
  • Feb. 26: Liberia is annexed.
  • Mar. 1: The Feuerball is introduced to combat, giving a losing Germany a massive advantage. German forces immediately begai destroying enemy strongholds and defenses, allowing for massive invasions. Hitler sends construction workers from Die Glocke to the conquered southern regions to reconstruct them. A normal construction force is sent to work on the northern regions.
  • Mar. 8: Stahl Wolken produced starting on this day were outfitted with Feuerballs in addition to their already advanced remote rocket system.
  • Mar. 10: Einstein is given total control of the Die Glocke facilities. Hitler orders a massive bomb strike on Britain, beginning the Second Battle of Britain.
  • Mar. 11: The Royal Air Force bombs Berlin, destroying part of the Berlin Bunker.
  • Mar. 12: Hitler orders a full invasion of Britain.
  • Mar. 16: The Luftwaffe takes over the airspace over London and the German army begins a ground invasion.
Battle of britain2

Luftwaffe plane bombing London

  • Mar. 17: Einstein reopens the Die Glocke teleportation project and orders the construction of a new lab near the Czech border, known as "Der Riese" or "The Giant"
  • Apr. 2: Der Riese is completed.
  • Apr. 23: German scientists in Antarctica discover a new liquid element with extreme radioactive and magnetic properties 3 miles deep into the ice.
  • Apr. 25: The new element is brought to Der Riese for Einstein to study.
  • Apr. 26: Einstein names the new element Xerum.
  • Apr. 27: Einstein orders the Third Reich to mine at the North Pole for any similar element.
  • May 28: The Third Reich finds another new element 3 miles below the Earth's surface at the North Pole.
  • May 29: The element is brought to Der Riese and temporarily named Xerum 525 by Einstein.
  • Xerum 525

    A mixture of Xerum and Xerum 525

    May 30: Einstein drafts a plan for the development of a teleportation device using the new elements based on the discovery of their high attraction to one another
  • Jun. 1: Construction begins on an atomic destructuration device.
  • Jun. 5: Einstein's first design of this device is completed, in which magnets are used to separate an objects atoms. The British government flees to Stockholm.
  • Jun. 6: The Germans occupy London.
  • Jun. 7: Einstein's device is tested on people in concentration camps, and is shown to only pull people apart and kill them.
  • Jun. 13: The Luftwaffe bombs Manchester and all of Britain south of Manchester is annexed.
  • Jun. 23: Manchester is captured.
  • Jun. 24: Einstein's second design is completed, in which the object is heated to the point of vaporization.
  • Jun. 26: This design is tested on people in concentration camps and is deemed unsuccessful when the Xerum and Xerum 525 were vaporized as well, rendering them useless.
  • Jun. 28: Einstein drafts a third design in which a strengthened anti-gravity device is used in unison with a strong gravity boosting device causing the subject to undergo a "Crunch." Newcastle is bombed.
  • Jun. 30: The Germans reach the south border of Scotland.
  • Jul. 3: Hitler orders the bombing of Stockholm and an invasion of Scotland and Ireland.
  • Jul. 4: The Luftwaffe bombs Stockholm and kills Winston Churchill.
  • Jul. 5: Britain surrenders.
  • Jul. 6: Germany invades Scotland.
  • Jul. 8: The destructuration device is completed and tested in concentration camps with a great deal of success. Germany bombs Belfast.
  • Jul. 9: The atomic restructuration device is completed and the first 2 teleportation bells are completed. The invasion of Ireland begins.
  • Jul. 10: The first successful teleportation is performed in a concentration camp.
  • Jul. 12: The Luftwaffe carpet bombs Edinburgh. England is annexed by Germany.
  • Jul. 14: The teleporters are mass produced and 2 are moved to German bunkers on the battlefield. Only 2 can be in use at this point or else the atoms will be scattered throughout the active teleporters. Edinburgh is captured.
  • Jul. 20: German forces surround Belfast. Hitler orders an invasion of Sweden.
  • Jul. 25: Scotland is annexed by Germany. Belfast is captured.
  • Jul. 27: Germany invades Sweden. The Luftwaffe bombs Stockholm.
  • Jul. 29: Ireland is fully occupied.
  • Aug. 1: Northern Sweden is annexed by Germany.
  • Aug. 5: Stockholm is captured.
  • Aug. 12: The German occupation of Sweden is completed.
  • Aug. 15: Sweden is annexed by Germany.
  • Aug. 17: Ireland is annexed by Germany.
  • Aug. 20: Hitler orders an invasion of Iceland. Reykjavik is bombed by the Luftwaffe.
  • Aug. 22: German ground forces enter Iceland.
  • Aug. 25: Iceland surrenders
  • Aug. 28: Iceland is annexed by Germany.
  • Aug. 30: Hitler orders an invasion of Italy, Germany's former ally.
  • Sept. 2: Germany invades and captures the island of Sicily, and all the other Meditterranean Islands.
  • Sept. 7: Sicily is annexed and the Luftwaffe bombs Naples.
  • Sept. 19: Italy surrenders.
  • Sept. 23: The southern territories of conquered Africa are fully reconstructed and made into a group of highly advanced cities with technology like gravity lifts, floating skyscrapers, and Xerum magnetic steel beams. These cities are deemed off limits to civilians until the war is over.
  • Sept. 24: Italy is annexed by Germany.
  • Sept. 26: Vatican City is formally added to Germany.
  • Sept. 27: Hitler stops all war in Europe excluding Russia to begin rebuilding the conquered territories.
  • Dec. 21: The reconstruction of northern Africa is completed and, while it is more advanced than it originally was, it pales in comparison the new southern African regions. These territories are also deemed off limits to civilians. Hitler orders the mass genocide of all native Africans with dark skin in the conquered territories.

1945

  • Apr. 22: Italy, Iceland, and England are rebuilt into highly advanced "super cities"
Iceland

Reykjavik after it is rebuilt

  • Apr. 24: Italy, Iceland, and England are opened for German citizens to travel to.
  • May 1: The Luftwaffe demolishes Madrid.
  • May 2: The Luftwaffe demolishes Barcelona.
  • May 4: Germany invades Spain through France and Morocco.
  • May 6: Madrid is captured.
  • May 12: Spain is fully occupied.
  • May 21: Spain is annexed by Germany and its reconstruction begins.
  • Jun. 1: Switzerland is invaded by Germany. Hitler warns the United States not to get involved or face nuclear retaliation.
  • Jun. 4: Switzerland is fully occupied.
  • Jun. 9: Switzerland is annexed by Germany.
  • Jun. 12: Hitler orders an enormous invasion of Turkey in hopes of capturing it within three days.
  • Jun. 13: The Luftwaffe bombs Istanbul and Ankara. German ground troops march through Istanbul to the Turkish mainland.
  • Jun. 14: The Luftwaffe destroys Ankara and several other Turkish cities. German Feuerball soldiers begin destroying Turkey.
  • Jun. 15: Turkey surrenders.
Madrid

Madrid after it is rebuilt

  • Jun. 18: Madrid and Barcelona are completely rebuilt into super cities, and lit up with newly invented Xerum lights that glow a purple color.
  • Jun. 23: Turkey is annexed by Germany, completing the occupation of Europe. Hitler orders that Turkey not be rebuilt until the war is completely over.
  • Jul. 1: The Luftwaffe bombs Leningrad and Stalingrad. German forces capture a large amount of western Russian territory.
  • Jul. 2: Germans invade Leningrad from Finland.
  • Jul. 3: Russia bombs London and Rome. The Germans are trapped in trenches by superior Russian manpower.
  • Jul. 4: The Luftwaffe arrives in Leningrad and severely weakens Soviet defenses.
  • Jul. 9: Leningrad falls to the Germans.
Leningrad2

Trenches in Leningrad

  • Jul. 11: German troops begin marching from Leningrad to Moscow.
  • Jul. 12: The marching German troops are bombed by Soviet planes.
  • Jul. 13: The Germans arrive at Moscow. Germans enter Russia from the south and prepare to attack Stalingrad.
  • Jul. 14: The invasion of Stalingrad begins. The Luftwaffe bombs defensive positions in the city.
  • Jul. 15: German troops and armored vehicles enter Moscow and destroy several buildings.
  • Jul. 16: Soviet bombers destroy the German armor, forcing them to hide in buildings.
  • Jul. 17: Russia begins flanking the invaders at Stalingrad from two sides.
  • Jul. 18: The Luftwaffe levels a straight path through Stalingrad for the Germans to follow.
  • Jul. 20: The Luftwaffe returns to Moscow and bombs several government buildings. Germany begins to assert air dominance in the city.
Stalingrad

German troops advancing through the leveled area of Stalingrad

  • Jul. 24: The Germans finish moving through Stalingrad, dividing it in two.
  • Aug. 3: Stalingrad falls to German forces and the Germans begin to move toward Moscow to meet up with the troops already there. Trench warfare begins in Moscow.
  • Oct. 9: The Russians launch a counteroffensive against German invaders a Moscow.
  • Oct. 11: The Russian attack backfires and the Germans break Russian defenses and advance into the city.
  • Nov. 2: The Germans push the Russians to the center of Moscow and begin trying to destroy the government buildings.
  • Nov. 7: Stalin informs Hitler that he has a nuclear weapon, and will use it on Germany if they advance further through Moscow.
  • Nov. 8: Japanese planes bomb cities around Korea.
  • Nov. 9: Japan invades Korea.
  • Nov. 11: Japanese forces surround the Korean capital.
  • Nov. 13: Japanese air dominance in Korea is firmly established.
  • Nov. 15: The Korean government flees to Beijing.
  • Nov. 16: Japanese invaders demolish the Korean capital.
  • Nov. 17: Korea surrenders to Japan.
  • Nov. 19: The Treaty of Moscow is signed.
  • Nov. 30: Korea is annexed by Japan.
  • Dec. 1: Russia and Germany invade China.
  • Dec. 2: Japan invades Taiwan and bombs Shanghai,
  • Dec. 5: Japan takes full control of Taiwan.
  • Dec. 9: Taiwan is annexed by Japan and Japanese forces invade China through Korea.
  • Dec. 14: A large amount of western Chinese territory is annexed by Russia.
  • Dec. 16: The Luftwaffe bombs major cities in Iran. Japanese forces enter Shanghai.
  • Dec. 18: Russia invades Iran.
  • Dec. 23: Shanghai is captured by the Japanese.
  • Dec. 25: Japanese forces attack and capture large parts of Shenyang.
  • Dec. 28: Iran is annexed by Russia.

1946

  • Jan. 1-3: The Luftwaffe completely levels all major Indian cities.
  • Jan. 8: Russia invades Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • Jan. 10: The Russians are ambushed and surrounded in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • Jan. 11: The Luftwaffe demolishes defensive positions in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
  • Jan. 18: The Chinese air force demolishes Shenyang.
  • Jan. 20: Japan attacks Beijing from the south.
  • Jan. 28: Pakistan surrenders.
  • Jan. 31: Japanese troops invade Beijing from the north.
  • Feb. 3: India surrenders.
  • Feb. 4: Afghanistan surrenders.
  • Feb. 7: The Chinese government is defeated in Beijing.
  • Feb. 12: The Chinese rebels are defeated in Beijing.
  • Feb. 13: India and Pakistan are annexed by Russia.
  • Feb. 17: The Chinese Civil War ends in a government victory and order is restored.
  • Feb. 20: Afghanistan is annexed by Russia. World War II is now officially over. Hitler begins sending military forces to the conquered territories to prevent uprisings.
  • Feb. 21: A period of relative peace follows until next year.

1947

  • Jan. 8: The English militia is fully prepared for war.
  • Jan. 13: The English militia kills a German patrol in London.
  • Jan. 15: German troops raid London and attack the rebels.
  • Jan. 17: A German commander in London is killed by a sniper.
  • Jan. 18: The Luftwaffe bombs the area of London that the fighting is taking place in.
  • Jan. 20: Most of the rebels retreat.
  • Jan. 29: The final rebel in London is killed.
  • Feb. 15: The rebels attack German forces in Manchester, killing 61.
  • Feb. 28: The rebels are completely decimated in Manchester. The rebels launch an attack on Newcastle with everything they have left.
  • Mar. 3: Newcastle is liberated.
  • Mar. 11: Hitler orders the Luftwaffe to destroy all rebel strongholds in Newcastle
  • Mar. 12: German troops enter Newcastle after heavy Luftwaffe bombing.
  • Apr. 20: The rebels surrender.
  • Apr. 23: Hitler institutes a military dictatorship in England.
  • Apr. 25: German scientists invent a rocket ship that can travel to the moon in under a minute using liquid nitrogen and nuclear propulsion.
  • Apr. 27: Hitler announces the German mission to the moon.
  • Apr. 30: French protesters riot in the streets and destroy German property.
  • May 1: A German rocket with 25 people on board reaches the dark side of the moon and those on board begin constructing a glass dome around the area their camp will be in.
  • May 3: Germans begin mapping the dark side of the moon.
  • May 6: German troops begin using night sticks against rioters. The first draft a small map of the moon is sent to Earth.
  • May 9: The Germans begin using bacteria to convert the surface of the moon in their dome to soil.
  • May 21: The Germans on the moon begin planting grass and flowers in the dome to create an atmosphere.
  • May 23: The Germans resume mapping the moon.
  • May 28: The atmosphere in the dome on the moon is fully established.
  • Jun. 10: A second map of the moon is sent to Earth, showing a large area available for colonization.
  • Jun. 24: A second German journey to the moon is made, this time to the light side, and a large Xerum light is lit at night to prove to the world that Germans are on the moon.
  • Jul. 1: Hitler allows 200,000 volunteers journey to the moon to establish the colony of New Berlin.
  • Jul. 3: A dome around the area New Berlin is going to be in is completed and bacteria begin creating soil.
  • Jul. 13: The French protests grow more violent.
  • Jul. 14: The colonists begin planting the soil in New Berlin.
  • Jul. 15: Hitler orders German soldiers to use guns to scare protesters away.
  • Jul. 21: A rioter throws a molotov cocktail at a German tank, causing it to explode.
  • Jul. 24: Hitler orders German soldiers to shoot any protesters on sight.
  • Jul. 25: 27 protesters are killed. New Berlin's atmosphere is complete and the colonists can walk around inside it without space suits and helmets.
  • Jul. 29: A map of nearly the entire light side of the moon is sent to Earth.
  • Aug. 11: For the first time since Hitler gave kill orders, no protesters show up on the streets.
  • Aug. 14: NASA is founded.
  • Aug. 27: A lone protester kills a German soldier and is shot a few moments later.
  • Sept. 9: 3 protesters kill 8 German soldiers and are killed soon after. No further protests come from the French.
  • Dec. 5: NASA completes blueprints for a ship that can fly to the moon.

1948

  • Jan. 1: NASA begins construction of its Lunar Lander.
  • May 8: The Lunar Lander is completed. NASA asks for volunteers to journey to the moon.
  • Jun. 1: 10 people are selected to go to the moon.
  • Jun. 4: The Lunar Lander launches and leaves the atmosphere.
  • Jun. 7: A fuel tank malfunction causes the Lunar Lander to explode, killing all on board.
  • Jul. 1: Construction begins on the Lunar Lander 2.0.
  • Aug. 3: The Lunar Lander 2.0 is completed.
  • Aug. 12: The Lunar Lander 2.0 is launched with NASA scientists on board.
  • Sept. 2: The Lunar Lander 2.0 lands on the moon.
  • Sept. 22: NASA begins constructing a space telescope.
  • Oct. 3: The frame and lens of the space telescope are completed.
  • Nov. 4: German scientists begin working with NASA to add high definition photograph technology to the space telescope.

1949

  • Feb. 26: The space telescope is completed, but its launch is delayed until NASA finds a way for it to send pictures to Earth from galaxies away.
  • Mar. 7: NASA begins drafting plans for the terraformation of the moon.
  • Mar. 19: The idea to use dense gases to create a sustainable atmosphere on the moon is pitched in a NASA meeting.
  • Apr. 3: The idea to use plants to create an oxygen and carbon dioxide atmosphere is pitched in a NASA meeting.
  • Aug. 30: Die Glocke begins work on a time travel device.
  • Sept. 3: Einstein begins using the bell for the time travel device, stating that teleportation is necessary for time travel.
  • Sept. 14: Einstein's first design for the device is completed.
  • Sept. 17: Einstein's time machine is tested and works successfully, but the subject does not reappear where and when they are supposed to.
  • Oct. 4: A second time machine is invented using an early version of quantum entanglement theory.
  • Oct. 7: The second time machine is tested, but the subject just teleports a few feet forward, mangled beyond recognition.
  • Oct. 9: Einstein tests a third device, causing the subject to vanish.
  • Oct. 14: Einstein tests yet another device that fails.
  • Oct. 19: Einstein fails for the fifth time.
  • Nov. 6: After his sixth failure, Einstein orders that no further tests be done with time travel until he can diagnose the problem.

1950

  • Nov. 7: Daniel Jackson, leader of the Communist Party, is elected Senator of Illinois.

1952

  • Feb. 12: Die Glocke scientists begin looking into the origins and behavior of the universe, hoping to benefit from it somehow.
  • Feb. 16: German scientists begin studying dark matter.
  • Feb. 23: German scientists begin using what they know about dark matter to try to recreate it in a lab.
  • Mar. 7: Hitler increases funding into the dark matter research, hoping to use its invisible properties to create an invisibility cloak for German troops and vehicles.

1953

  • Jun. 7: Hitler initiates the Universum Project in hopes of gaining popularity, space territory, and allies in his planned attack on Russia.
  • Oct. 2: Russia joins the Universum Project.
  • Oct. 13: The Universum Project begins planning the terraformation of the moon.
  • Oct. 17: Hitler orders the colonists on the moon to journey to the north and south poles in search of any useful materials.
  • Oct. 22: Hitler announces that anyone who wants to go to the moon to assist in its colonization can.
  • Nov. 8: The colonists discover enormous ice deposits under the moon's surface at the north and south poles.
Moon map1-2

Completed moon map

  • Nov. 15: German scientists on the moon discover that moon rocks contain large amounts of oxygen and hydrogen, prompting the Universum Project to decide to leave the moon rocks as they are during the terraformation project in case they are needed for the terraformation of another moon or planet.
  • Nov. 18: A completed map of the moon with the locations of the ice deposits is sent to Earth.

1965

  • Jan. 1: Die Glocke is officially closed due to lack of advancement in any field for several years
  • Jan. 17: Hitler places all former Die Glocke research under the supervision of the Universum Project.

1968

  • Dec. 2: The Universum Project completes a space telescope, or Cosmic Photographing Transmission Device.
  • Dec. 9: The CPTD is launched.
  • Dec. 17: The first galaxy is photographed by the CPTD and named the Black Eye Galaxy due to its odd coloration.
  • Dec. 21: The Milky Way is photographed for the first time.

1969

  • Jan. 2: Scientists hypothesize that the enormous light sources at the centers of the two galaxies are the equivalents of what "suns" are to planets to solar systems. This theory is criticized due to its lack of explanation for the detected acceleration of movement in the Milky Way.

1972

  • Nov. 7: Daniel Jackson is elected President of the United States at the age of 61, winning by one electoral vote and losing the popular vote. Over the next few years, the United States is transformed into a military dictatorship.

1974

  • Feb. 3: Richard Nixon and John Kennedy reform the Confederacy.
  • Feb. 4: Richard Nixon becomes acting President of the Confederacy. The Army of Liberty is formed and grows quickly
  • Feb. 10: The First Offensive is fully planned.
  • Feb. 27: Hitler agrees to send weapons, money, etc. to the Confederacy.
  • Feb. 28: Hitler promises the Confederacy limited Luftwaffe support.
  • Mar. 1: The First Offensive begins.
  • Mar. 5: The Confederacy captures Roanoke and Norfolk.
  • Mar. 6: The Luftwaffe bombs Richmond.
  • Mar. 7: The Army of Liberty invades Richmond.
  • Mar. 16: The Army of Liberty captures Richmond.
  • Mar. 18: 20,000 Confederate troops gather on the border of Maryland.
  • Mar. 19: The Army of Liberty invades Maryland. President Daniel Jackson is moved to Cleveland as a precaution.
  • Mar. 24: The Army of Liberty reaches Washington DC.
  • Mar. 26: Confederate forces in DC are surrounded and captured.
  • Mar. 29: A mission to rescue the captured forces begins.
  • Apr. 13: The Army of Liberty in Maryland and Virginia surrenders to the United States.
  • Apr. 23: The April Campaign begins with the invasion of the Confederacy by the United States.
  • Apr. 24: The USA wins the Battle of Little Rock
  • Apr. 25: The Luftwaffe secures the northern Confederate border.
  • Jun. 6: Political rights activist Dimitri Andreyev is assassinated in Moscow by the Wehrmacht.
  • Jun. 9: Two of the three commanding German officers order their armies to march to Berlin and capture Hitler.
  • Jun. 11: The third commander kills one of the two rebel commanders and halts the rebel advance.
  • Jun. 15: Five German commanders in Paris order their armies to march to Berlin.
  • Jun. 17: The Luftwaffe receives orders to annihilate the rebels.
  • Jul. 9: The German commander is killed by an unidentified man who throws a knife at him from a window.
  • Jul. 10: Hitler's army in the east surrenders.
  • Jul. 19: An entire division is killed by the Luftwaffe in Brussels.
  • Aug. 15: The eastern and western armies converge on Berlin.
  • Oct. 23: The Imperial Defense Force beats the two armies at the Battle of Berlin and kills their commanders.
  • Nov. 12: Hitler drops an atomic bomb on London to suppress the rebellion, but it does not detonate. This action turns the whole nation against him.
  • Dec. 21: Adolf Hitler is removed from power after fleeing to New Berlin when the rebels detonate a nuclear bomb in the colony of New Berlin and destroy it, and 90% of the German technological advancements made there with it. The German Empire becomes a democracy. Germany ceases all aid to the Confederacy.
  • Dec. 25: The Christmas Day Massacre occurs.

1975

  • Jan. 4: A new constitution of Germany is put into effect after being written with the assistance of John Kennedy and Richard Nixon.
  • Feb. 1: John F. Kennedy is appointed German Emperor.
  • Feb. 3: The Army of Liberty surrenders at the Battle of Atlanta and the Confederacy falls to the USA for the second time.
  • Feb. 4: The Germans begin flying Confederate citizens out of the free territory of Florida.
  • Feb. 5: Richard Nixon arrives in London.
  • Feb. 11: The Confederacy is absorbed by the USA and all of its citizens are executed for treason.
  • Mar. 9: The First Cold War begins with the leak of Daniel Jackson's proposed invasion of Germany.

1977

  • Jan. 1: The United States is renamed "America" and undergoes a total political overhaul.

1978

  • Mar. 8: American and Japanese forces clash over Hawaii.
  • Mar. 9: The Treaty of Honolulu is signed, stating that America can have Hawaii in exchange for assistance in a Japanese invasion of the Soviet Union and China, marking the beginning of the Aggression Wars.
  • Mar. 16: The Japanese invade China.
  • Apr. 3: The Japanese annex China and set up a provisional government.
  • Apr. 4: The Japanese invade and conquer Mongolia in one day.
  • Apr. 8: The Japanese invade and occupy several Russian islands in the north Pacific. They then invade two areas of mainland Russia.
  • Apr. 9: The Russians give the Japanese the Alaskan Islands and all of the territories they had occupied already in hopes of avoiding a larger war.
  • Apr. 10: Mongolia is annexed.
  • Apr. 21: America invades the southern Soviet Union from the east.
  • Apr. 23: Soviet forces are moved to defend against the Americans.
  • Sept. 24: The Americans and Japanese conquer as far west as Iran.
  • Sept. 30: The Soviets give all of their territory except Siberia to the invaders.
  • Oct. 6: The Japanese invade and conquer the northern Arabian Peninsula.
  • Oct. 12: The Japanese grant the people of northern Iran their own nation.
  • Oct. 13: The Japanese launch a large scale invasion of Southeast Asia.
  • Oct. 25: The entire Southeast Asian Peninsula falls under Japanese control.
  • Nov. 1: Japan invades Indonesia and Malaysia.
  • Nov. 18: The Japanese defeat Malaysia and Indonesia.
  • Nov. 30: New Guinea voluntarily joins the Japanese Empire
  • Dec. 4: The Philippines voluntarily join the Japanese Empire.
  • Dec. 16: The Japanese invade Australia.
  • Dec. 22: Emperor Kennedy threatens to intervene militarily if the Japanese continue their advance into Australia.
  • Dec. 24: The Japanese agree to end their invasion as long as they can keep their conquered territories.

1979

  • Jan. 1: America invades northern Mexico.
  • Jan. 16: The Mexicans agree to allow the Americans to keep their new territories and offer them an area of land near the Gulf of Mexico in exchange for peace.
  • Jan. 23: Daniel Jackson contacts the Cubans, saying they can become a part of America if they conquer their neighboring territories.
  • Feb. 1: Cuba invades the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and Hispanola.
  • Mar. 8: Cuba occupies all of these territories.
  • Mar. 13: America invades Venezuela from the north.
  • Mar. 16: Cuba and its occupied territories are annexed by America.
  • Mar. 22: Parts of Venezuela are annexed by America.
  • Apr. 1: The Americans occupy the previously British controlled islands south of Chile.
  • Apr. 5: French Guiana is invaded.
  • Apr. 8: French Guiana is annexed.
  • Apr. 14: America invades islands throughout the Atlantic and the islands off the coast of West Africa.
  • Apr. 20: The conquered islands are annexed.
  • Apr. 22: The navy surrounds Madagascar and ground forces invade, conquering the island within a day. They then let troops off along the east and west coasts of Africa.
  • May 17: Large areas of the African coastline are occupied by America.
  • May 28: America invades Canada in the far east, west, and Toronto.
  • Jun. 30: Kennedy threatens to intervene in the conflict if the Americans continue their advance, but in order to appease Daniel Jackson, he allows him to keep his territories and gives him New Zealand, the southern area of Greenland, and land to the east of the Mediterranean.
  • Dec. 31: Edward Neuman is elected Emperor of the German Empire at the age of 23.

1985

  • Jan. 2: The Americans invade West Africa.
  • Apr. 23: The Japanese form a temporary alliance with America to defeat Germania.
  • Jun. 17: The Japanese invade West Africa.
  • Jun. 28: West Africa is fully occupied.
  • Jul. 1: Germanian planes sent to bomb Japan are shot down over Cyprus.
  • Aug. 3: The Japanese initiate Operation: Tsunami and invade the American mainland and Hawaii.
  • Aug 18: The Germans reclaim West Africa after the removal of Japanese and American troops, and occupy Cyprus and the Mediterranean Territories.
  • Sept. 1: The Germans begin planning Operation: Sunset, the invasion of Japan.

1986

  • Feb. 12: The Kriegsmarine surrounds the Japanese Islands and Luftwaffe levels Tokyo. The Japanese government is moved to Beijing.
  • Feb. 15: The Germans capture the Japanese Islands.
  • Feb. 20: Operation: Sunset begins and the Germans storm the east coast of continental Japan, as German troops airdrop into western Japan.
  • Apr. 1: The Germans have occupied as far east as former India.
  • May 3: The Germans are expelled from eastern Japan and Operation: Sunset is a failure.
  • May 29: The Germans occupy American held Africa.
  • Jun. 1: Directive: Killswitch is desginated by Jackson, in which, if the invaders reach the capital, nuclear missiles are to be launched at major cities around the world.
  • Jun. 11: The Japanese fully regain control of the Japanese Islands.
  • Jul. 15: All German troops evacuate Japan.

1994

  • Mar. 6: The Germans begin mass producing the weapons Hitler used to destroy Europe 50 years earlier.
  • May 4: Operation: Nightfall begins, and the Luftwaffe begins devastating the Japanese infrastructure.
  • May 10: The Kriegsmarine launches a submarine campaign to gain access to the Japanese east coast.

1996

  • Dec. 28: Operation: Nightfall is finally completed and continental Japan is fully occupied and the Kriegsmarine surrounds the Japanese heartland.

1997

  • Jan. 1: The Germans invade the Japanese Islands.
  • Feb. 7: Japan surrenders, relinquishing all of their territorial claims except the Japanese Islands and Korea, ceding the Malaysian and Indonesian Islands to Australia, and birthing the Chinese Empire, Vietnam, Greater Kazakhstan, and Hindustan.
  • Mar. 12: The British Isles and Iceland become the Kingdom of the British Isles, the West African territory of Germania becomes the West African Republic, and the Iberian Peninsula becomes Iberia.
  • Apr. 3: The Germans invade America from the east coast, capturing nearly the entire coast.

1998

  • Jan. 6: The Second Russian Revolution breaks out.
  • Jul. 7: Alaska becomes independent and names Alexander Petrov the first President of the Alaskan Republic.
  • October 22: The Germans surround Michigan.
  • Nov. 9: Michigan is invaded.
  • Nov. 30: The Russian regime is toppled, and Vladimir Putin takes power. The nation of Siberia is formed under his leadership.
  • Dec. 2: The Germans reach Detroit and invade. As Daniel Jackson watches his men fall from the highest window of the Detroit Tower, he is hit with a sniper's bullet. As he falls to the ground, he whispers the word "Killswitch" to one of his generals. Nuclear missiles hit the cities of Berlin, Tokyo, Beijing, Sydney, New York, Shanghai, Moscow, Jakarta, Manila, and several other unknown cities, killing all of their inhabitants.

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