Russo-American War
Russo-American War
Date 2019—2026
Location North America,Europe
Result Strategic Russian victory
Flag of Russia Russia

Collaborator support:
Flag of California Independent State of California
Flag of Texas Republic of Texas
Confederate Rebel Flag American Provisional Administration
Allied support:
Flag of the People's Republic of China China
Flag of India India
Flag of Belarus Belarus
Flag of Serbia Serbia
Flag of Tajikistan Tajikistan

Flag of the United States of America United States of America

Foreign volunteers: Flag of the United Kingdom British
Flag of France French
Flag of Canada Canadian
Flag of the Republic of China Taiwanese
Flag of Germany German
Flag of Ukraine Ukrainian
Flag of Croatia Croatian
Others . . .

Flag of Russia Vladimir Putin

Flag of Russia Sergei Shoigu
Flag of Russia Valery Gerasimov
Flag of Russia Oleg Salukov
Flag of Russia Vladimir Chirkin
Flag of Russia Viktor Bondarev
Flag of Russia Nikolai Makarov
Flag of Russia Nikolai Kormiltsev
Flag of the People's Republic of China Chen Bingde
Flag of the People's Republic of China Fang Fenghui
Confederate Rebel Flag Dan Allyn

Flag of the United States Donald Trump

Flag of the United States James Mattis
Flag of the United States Joseph L. Votel
Flag of the United States John M. Richardson
Flag of the United States Mark Welsh
Flag of the United States Joseph Dunford
Flag of the United States Paul J. Selva
Flag of the United States Harry B. Harris, Jr.
Flag of the United Kingdom Nicholas Carter
Flag of the United Kingdom Philip Jones
Flag of France Christophe Prazuck

Initial invasion:

3,740,000 troops, 680 tanks, 87 warships, 300 aircraft
8,790,000 troops, 8,560 tanks, 300 warships, 3,600 aircraft

Initial invasion:

2,590,000 troops, 500 tanks, 70 warships, 600 aircraft
11,621,000 troops, 8,100 tanks, 410 warships, 4,700 aircraft

Casualties and losses
Russia and allies:

2,700,000 killed, missing, or sick
2,850,000 wounded
3,981 tanks destroyed or captured
98 warships destroyed or captured
784 aircraft destroyed or captured
700,000—1,000,000 killed, wounded, or captured
Unknown material losses


3,678,000 killed, missing, or sick
4,700 tanks destroyed or captured
173 warships destroyed or captured
2,300 aircraft destroyed or captured
45,000,000—65,000,000 civilians killed or missing
Foreign volunteers:
450,000—600,000 killed or captured

The Russo-American War, also known as the Invasion of America or the Second Great Patriotic War by Russia, was a large conflict fought on a scale not seen since World War II. The initial invasion was the largest in military history, with almost four million Russian (and other allied) troops taking part, against some initial troop numbers with less than three million American defenders. Ultimately, Russia, collaborators, and allies fielded some nearly nine million combatants, while the American government and independent groups responded with around eleven million troops. The conflict raged on for five years, from 2019 to 2026, and resulted in more than seventy million casualties overall, being the deadliest conflict in history, surpassing World War II.

The invasion began in 2019, with the Russian military and a few allied units striking key cities on the east and west coasts of the United States. This resulted in the battles of New York, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles, and several others. It saw initial Russian success, with the cities being taken and much land being secured around them. Additional ground forces were then moved in by Russia and allies. By early 2020, offensives were in full operation, going on on the east and west coasts against the shocked and demoralized defenders. Foreign volunteers aided the US forces, and meanwhile American collaborators fought alongside Russia. By 2023, most of the coastal states were taken and Russian forces pushed further inland.

During that time (in mid 2022), a Russian military administration, known as the Territory of the Military Commander in America, was formed, which oversaw overall management of conquered territory. After speaking with defected General Dan Allyn, Colonel General Nikolai Makarov agreed to set up the American Provisional Administration, which oversaw day-to-day management of the occupied territories on the east and west coasts. They set up a military force of collaborators, called the American National Militia. As Russian forces pushed further inland, the Independent State of California and Republic of Texas were formed as puppet governments. Alaska was annexed into Russia, becoming the Alaskan Federal District.

By 2024, much of the Midwest fell to allied troops, with US loyalists holding out in the central states of the country. They held out and slowed the allied advance. For several months it was a statement, until India offered to bring in additional troops, turning the tide in the allies' favor. The US attempted one offensive during this time, but it failed and caused heavy losses. The US navy particularly was heavily hit, many of its vessels were captured as the coasts were taken.


Geopolitical situationEdit

Course of the warEdit

Initial invasionEdit

Main articles: Operation Nevsky, Battle of New York, Battle of Boston, Battle of Los Angeles, Battle of Annapolis, Battle of Seattle

Beginning of offensivesEdit

Main articles: Eastern Front and Western Front

Advances inlandEdit

Naval warfareEdit

Main article: Naval warfare in the Russo-American War