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:The ASR ceased to exist in 1939. The USSR didn't develop the bomb until 1949. The US is also not as active in the Pacific as OTL, while the USSR is more active in the Pacific than OTL. An "Alaskan Missile Crisis" as you've described isn't possible. Instead, the "{{RA|Bering Crisis}}" is close to OTL but in reverse (give it a read, though it is a WIP). --[[User:NuclearVacuum|NuclearVacuum]] ([[User talk:NuclearVacuum|Talk]]) 04:21, July 31, 2013 (UTC)
 
:The ASR ceased to exist in 1939. The USSR didn't develop the bomb until 1949. The US is also not as active in the Pacific as OTL, while the USSR is more active in the Pacific than OTL. An "Alaskan Missile Crisis" as you've described isn't possible. Instead, the "{{RA|Bering Crisis}}" is close to OTL but in reverse (give it a read, though it is a WIP). --[[User:NuclearVacuum|NuclearVacuum]] ([[User talk:NuclearVacuum|Talk]]) 04:21, July 31, 2013 (UTC)
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How do 3 million people live in this part of Alaska in the 1940s when this region in OTL i believe only has some tens of thousands of people?[[User:Stepintime|Stepintime]] ([[User talk:Stepintime|talk]]) 16:08, June 14, 2019 (UTC)

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Alaskan Missile CrisisEdit

I think it would be really cool if instead of the USSR giving Nukes to Cuba they transport Nuclear weapons to the Alaskan Soviet Republic. This would give a greater cause to its invasion, maybe with a US backing.Hpllamacraft (talk) 03:58, July 31, 2013 (UTC)

The ASR ceased to exist in 1939. The USSR didn't develop the bomb until 1949. The US is also not as active in the Pacific as OTL, while the USSR is more active in the Pacific than OTL. An "Alaskan Missile Crisis" as you've described isn't possible. Instead, the "Bering Crisis" is close to OTL but in reverse (give it a read, though it is a WIP). --NuclearVacuum (Talk) 04:21, July 31, 2013 (UTC)


How do 3 million people live in this part of Alaska in the 1940s when this region in OTL i believe only has some tens of thousands of people?Stepintime (talk) 16:08, June 14, 2019 (UTC)

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