Allied victory Independence for Belarus, Kazakhstan, Siberia, Chechnya, and Crimea Formation of the Baltic Republic Founding of the Greater European Security Organization (GESO) Transformation of Finland, Croatia, and Greece into empires Banishment of Vladimir Putin
Battle of Donetsk Berlin Bombings Siege of Kiev St. Petersburg Nuclear Strikes Battle of Warsaw et cetera
European Supranational Allies (Allies):
Ukraine Rebel Republic of Crimea Finland Poland Estonia Latvia Lithuania Hungary Greece Croatia Rebel Republic of Bosnia Germany Czechia Slovakia France United Kingdom Sweden Norway United States Malaysia
Russian Axis (Axis):
Russian Empire Ukrainian Rebel Army Puppet Republic of Kazakhstan Armenia Prussian Empire Kingdom of East Prussia Kingdom of Bavaria Serbia Romania Republic of Montevobania Macedonian Empire
The Great European War was a transcontinental war that took place on the continent of Europe. Some major contributors were Russia, Ukraine, Poland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Czechia, Lithuania, Finland, Serbia, Croatia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the United States.
In 2014, the Russian Federation regained Crimea in a local referendum. Vladimir Putin then began amassing troops around the eastern border of Ukraine, and recently began firing surface-to-air missiles at Malaysian passenger planes. In August, Russia gained land from China, Mongolia, Japan, North Korea, and Belarus in the Trans-Eurasian Land Treaty. They then reformed into the Russian Empire. On August 13th, Belarus was absorbed into the Russian Empire, along with the Caspian Depression area of Kazakhstan.
On September 1st, Kazakhstan agreed to become Russia's puppet state. On September 2nd, Russia announced that it would be removing its troops from Ukraine. On September 3rd, however, they changed their minds.
September 3rd: Russia launches an invasion on the Ukrainian city of Donetsk.
September 7th: Russian paratroopers drop in near Chernobyl. 10,000 are killed off from the radiation, while the remaining troopers march toward the south.
September 8th: Russia shoots down more passenger planes. In response, Malaysia's army mobilizes and heads to Europe.
September 9th: The Malaysian army engages in small skirmishes in Central Asia.
September 11th: Russian fighter planes attack Alaska, 46,970 Alaskan civilians die, along with 80 military personnel.