Alternative History

The Terrorists and the West is a map game set in 2001 on September 12th just after the 9/11 attacks in the US. A very important decision by every country must be made to protect themselves from the terrorist threat or to support the terrorists. The Near East is a turbulent area ripe for eruption, decaying dictators, a radicalized youth and one dominant religion spuring it on, Islam.

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Currant Wars

Afghan-Coalition War (September 2001- Present)

Afghan Northern Alliance

Flag of Turkey.svg Republic of Turkey VS Flag of Taliban.svg Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Flag of Australia.svg Commonwealth of Australia (Since October 2001)

US flag with 50 stars by Hellerick.svg United States of America (Since October 2001)


The West

Estados Unidos de América - User: LucianBole

United Kingdom of Great Britain - User:Marrybore

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Middle East

Republic of Turkey -User:revaner12

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Socialist Republic of Vietnam - User:1234chernobyl

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Republic of Chad -

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The Strikes

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September 2001


Flag of Vietnam.svg Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Vietnam concerns about safety of regions in Europe and Asia and will do anything to go against the terrorists who wants to destabilize the region. All the world should be united against terrorism. This is a crucial moment for the people who wanted peace and unity!

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom: British security forces in the country and across the world were placed on maximum alert. Prime Minister Tony Blair pledged that Britain would stand "full square alongside the U.S." in the battle against terrorism. Queen Elizabeth expressed "growing disbelief and total shock." In London, Her Majesty the Queen personally authorised the U.S. national anthem to be played at the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace and traffic on The Mall came to a halt during the tribute. A Service of Remembrance was held at St. Paul's Cathedral attended by Her Majesty the Queen, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Prime Minister Tony Blair, senior government officials, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom William Farish, military representatives from both the United States and British armed forces and a congregation of thousands inside and outside the cathedral.

Flag of Austria.svg Republic of Austria:Thomas klestil president of Austria declares momentary neutrality due to the sanctions that the european union was putting on austria or therefore austria declares itself neutral.

Flag of Vietnam.svg Socialist Republic of Vietnam: The 2nd communique from the Prime Minister's office. Due to the international circumstances, the PAVN will redesign the armed forces while it's still keeping the strategy. Labour discipline now being increased time by time while still liberalizing the economy.

US flag with 50 stars by Hellerick.svg United States of America: "Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. The victims were in airplanes or in their offices: secretaries, business men and women, military and federal workers, moms and dads, friends and neighbors. Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil, despicable acts of terror." President George W. Bush has pledged to end terrorism "Wherever it may hide". The immediate handover of Osama Bin Laden has been demanded from Taliban controlled Afghanistan or else military action will be taken.

Flag of Australia.svg Commonwealth of Australia: Australian prime minister John Howard announces to Australian viewers and citizens that Australia as a nation is willing to fight terrorism. Countering the threat of terrorism, full security is set around the borders of Australia, checking information before immigration can continue.

Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey: The government of Turkey officially declared war on Al Qaeda, and promised the United States to send troops if necessary. Turkey is also working on getting into the European Union.

Flag of Vietnam.svg Socialist Republic of Vietnam: We want to negotiate for an United Nations Military Alliance between NATO, CSTO, Arab League and ASEAN after ASEAN redesigned into a regional confederation. African Union would be invited as observer. We will not surrender. Citizens, from the Americas to Asia, from the Pacific to the Atlantic, get ready, because this is the long war. The 2nd communique from Vietnam, although the current situation was devestating, but according to the WB, the GDP was grown 8%. However, we would led PAVN to prepared for any circumstances, without or within the country.

October 2001

Many nations declare their neutrality and/or condolences to the United States.

The United States threatens military action against the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan as they house the architect of the 9/11 attacks, Osama Bin Laden.

The Republic of Turkey declares war on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the reason for doing so is unknown as not even the US had declared war on them.

Flag of Australia.svg Commonwealth of Australia: The Commonwealth of Australia declares war on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to protect their allies against Terrorism.

Flag of Vietnam.svg Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Vietnamese Government send solidarity to the United Nations troops and encouraged every military alliance to support the United States and Russian Federation, which suffered from the Moscow bombing, on the War against Terrorism

Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey: Turkey sends troops searching for Al Qaeda in the nation.

George W. Bush declared a war on terror under a month after the September 11 attacks

US flag with 50 stars by Hellerick.svg United States of America: President Bush has declared a war on terror citing 9/11 as the core reason. Many democrats have deemed it "unconstitutional" with calls for impeachment, although they don't have a majority in Congress. Troops have already been deployed in Afghanistan with minor protests outside the White House. Bush has an approval rating of 88%.