This timeline gives a possible answer to what would have happened if Winston Churchill and Harry Truman had accepted Joseph Stalin's request of an Allied invasion of Spain in revenge for the presence of Spanish volunteer military units in Operation Barbarossa. In 1953, a Communist revolution overthrows the democratic Third Spanish Republic and Spain becomes the Federative Socialist Republic of Spain. In the end, Spain gets balkanized in the nineties, dissolving into several independent nations.

Points of divergence

  • 1945: Potsdam Conference. Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Harry S. Truman, President of the United States, agree to Joseph Stalin's request of an Allied invasion of Spain.
  • 1975: The Green March is repelled by the Spanish Army. It results in a five-year long war between Spain and Morocco.

See also

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