60 years later the alternative timeline Fallout series takes place in Japan
60 years later the alternative timeline Fallout series takes place in Japan
Chapter XXV: The end of the Japanese empire (August 11th, 1950 – January 13th, 1951)
By September, Korea was liberated.
The CSA Navy roamed through the Pacific, liberating many islands from the Japanese oppressors.
In November, a large part of the Japanese Army was discovered on Eniwetok.
Eventually, on January 13, 1951, Japan capitulated.
Meanwhile in Europe, the CSA declared war on Ireland on November 26th, 1950.
Currently, the CSA has lots of puppets, but no formal alliances. Therefore, these states are my puppets, but they are not at war with my enemies.
And releasing a large SovietUnion...well, it will take years to conquer all that territory, and after that, the USSR would need time to build up her Army.
I think that using Ireland as a staging area against the Internationale, sinking all the internationale navies and destroying all their lines of communication before liberating them might be the better way.
Furthermore, I am not sure if I want any state that would be so large that it could cpompete with the CSA - the CSA should be the only superpower on this planet.
Yes, I was a little impatient...and the red button looked so enticing.....
Chapter XXVI: Southeast Asia (January 14th, 1951 – October 21st, 1951)
On January 14th, Japan became another totalist nation.
Two months later, Yunnan was DOWed.
On April 9th, 1951, Ireland was annexed.
The war in Southeast Asia widened.
Another success for world totalism.
It was time to lead the Burmese people to totalism.
The reactionary regime in Yunnan capitulated.
Then, on October 21st, the CSA was at peace again.
Chapter XXVII: A short period of peace (October 22nd, 1951 – January 24th, 1952)
In October 1951, Malaysia, Siam, Burma and Laos became free, totalist nations.
In the following months, Infantry Divisions and Carrier Air Groups were upgraded to the latest weapon models. Troops were moved into staging areas for the next reactionary enemy…
The CSA Army buildup in Yunnan
Formosa was used as an unsinkable aircraft carrier. The ballistic missiles were able to reach nearly every spot of the Qing empire
CSA forces ready to liberate Beijing
Onward to create the PRC!
Chapter XXVIII: Cutting the Qing Empire (January 25th, 1952 – March 23rd, 1952)
The war against the Qing Empire started on January 25th.
The first combat reports looked better than anticipated
After less than 2 weeks, Beijing was encircled
By late March, the Qing regime had fled to Nanjing. The CSA managed to cut the Qing empire into two parts, but the last two months of heavy fighting resulted in a heavy toll. It was necessary to go over to the defensive until the losses can be replaced. However, at this point, it was obvious that time was on the side of the CSA.
Creating the PRC is not in the best interest of the American worker. Lots of smaller states, all dependent on the CSA, seem to be a better solution.
Chapter XXIX: The downfall of the Qing Empire (March 24th, 1952 – January 4th, 1953)
It took until the mid of May to replace the losses incurred by the previous offensive.
Totalism for Nepal and Bhutan!
By September, Nepal and Bhutan had been liberated!
With the last pockets of Qing resistance in the north being overrun, the next bastion of the reactionists was ready for liberation.
By October 19th, the Qing empire was cut into two pieces (again).
On November 23rd, 1952, Mongolia capitulated. As a peace-loving nation with no imperialist ambitions, the CSA immediately started spreading peace, totalism and prosperity in Asia.
By late December, the Qing empire was collapsing.
Just caught up. It's great to see Americans fighting for something other then freedom and democracy.
Chapter XXX: Into Siberia (January 4th,1953 – September 19th, 1953)
With the fall of the Qing empire, the CSA was able to liberate 7 new nations that immediately joined the family of totalism.
Since the disbanding of the militia divisions at the end of the second American Civil war, the CSA had only two types of divisions:
Infantry divisions (with artillery) and Garrisons (with military police detachments).
This would change…
On February 12, 1953, the liberation of Siberia started. (Attacking Siberia in February was judged as an decision that would give the CSA the element of surprise).
A few days later, Oman was invaded in order to establish a bastion of totalism in the middle east
The advance of the CSA into the middle east continued.
A serious setback for world totalism
In order to counter the fall of Mongolia, a quick advance into Irkutsk was done. By June 4th, Irkutsk was taken. Thereby, a link to the CSA troops cut off by the fall of Mongolia was established and a few CSA forces in southern Mongolia were cut off.
The major operation is further north….
57 Siberian divisions are defending Kachung. Meanwhile, the CSA is advancing towards Cheremkhovo, attempting to cut off their retreat route.
A few days later, a large part of the Siberian Army was encircled.
Meanwhile, the war in the middle east was a complete success
In late July, another (much smaller) encirclement was done in Tayshet.
On August 13th, Novosibirsk was taken
After advancing towards Sverdlovsk, Siberia capitulated on September 19th, 1953.
Yes! That is the wonderful thing about Kaiserreich - it is SO different from our time line.
The downfall of the internationale is only a matter of time
For World Totalism!
With all of these wars, the CSA must employ a lot of foreign men into their military from puppet nations. Gotta have men at home to reproduce and work at factories somehow.
ok time to end this discussion before it goes completely off topic
Chapter XXXI: Russia (September 20th, 1953 – June 13th, 1955)
For several months, the CSA recovered from the losses of the previous fights.
Then, on April 1st, 1954, it was time to liberate the people of Russia.
A few hours after the start of hostilities, Ufa and Orenburg were taken by airborne troops.
After this, the advance was much slower than anticipated. In July, the armored divisions were able to break through in the north, encircling a very limited number of Russian divisions in Izhevsk.
In the next two months, the armored divisions spearheaded towards the border of Ukraine (currently occupied by the Commune of France). The Russian Empire was cut into two pieces.
In late November, Gorky was taken – this encircled a few units while at the same time, it stabilized the split of the Russian Empire.
By the end of 1954, the split of the Russian Empire was secure. The next objective was the capture of Archangelsk – once a harbor in northern Russia was save, it would be possible to grant independence to the eastern territories (including Siberia), thus freeing a lot of troops that were currently assigned to garrison duties.
By March 20th, Archangelsk was liberated.
Immediately after this, Transamur, Siberia and Mpngolia received their independence as free, totalist nations.
By May 22nd, Petrograd was taken. The Russian government fled to Moscow, but just two days later, it was encircled.
As the southern part of the Russian Empire had collapsed, it was time to go after the regimes in Georgia and Azerbaijan.
By June 5th, Moscow was taken. The Russian government fled to Smolensk.
Two days later, Georgia capitulated.
And on June 13th, it was over….
313 land divisions….and the CSA consists of OTL USA + Canada.
In real life, 16 million were drafted/recruited into the US Armed forced.
A problem, yes…
With regard to factory work…the CSA should have no problems using women as factory workers (as the USA did in OTL).
Chapter XXXII: The cold war (June 14th, 1955 – April 1958)
On June 14th, Soviet Russia, Idel-Ural, the Don-Kuban Union, Azerbaijan and Georgia became independent. However, far too much territory was still under direct CSA occupation…..
The navy was modernized – 20 heavy nuclear and 60 light nuclear cruisers were ordered. They would be finished by the end of 1957 in order to work as escorts for the 28 (In June 1955: 20) heavy carriers.
The 12 heavy Battleships would receive 6 light carriers as escorts.
Furthermore, 72 Nuclear Attack Submarines were launched.
On the political front, it was obvious that the Internationale was not only following a questionable way by going the way of socialism, but also the way of imperialism – India, Ukraine, Slovakia, many areas in Africa, the middle east and other places remained under occupation by the Commune of France and the Union of Britain. Basically, it was the classic game of colonialism.
It was the CSA’s duty to guard the borders of the free, totalist world wherever it bordered to socialist states. President Reed called this an “Iron curtain of Socialism” that had to be torn down in order to secure world peace.
Later, the CS Navy was reorganized into 7 carrier task forces – each consisting of 4 fleet carriers, 2 heavy nuclear cruisers and 6 light nuclear cruisers.
Six of these task forces were stationed in Ireland, one in Kuwait.
Three Battleship task groups, consisting of 4 super heavy battleships, 2 Escort Carriers and 6 Destroyer Squadrons. As the CS navy only had 11 super heavy battleships, the third battleship task force consisted of 3 super heavy battleships and one nuclear heavy cruiser.
Two Battleship task forces were stationed in Ireland, the third in Kuwait.
The 72 nuclear attack submarines were organized into 12 task forces consisting of 6 boats each. 2 of these task forces were stationed at Pearl Harbor, the remaining 10 in Boston.
52 tac bomber, 4 strat bomber, 20 Interceptor and 8 fighter units were stationed in Ireland – this represented the majority of the CS Air Force. The rest was stationed in the middle east in order to support the CS Army.
At this time, a last effort of President Reed to preserve world peace without bloodshed failed. He offered a guarantee for the territorial integrity of the Commune of France, the Union of Britain, the German Union and the Socialist Republic of Italy. They could follow their socialist way within their borders – but they had to give up their imperialist occupation of foreign territory.
The military strength on the evening before the last war (late April 1958):
The industrial might of the CSA: