London Coup D'etat


Second Russo-Japanese War

World War 1
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August 22 1921


January 2 1928


North America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean

  • Allied Victory
  • Collapse of the British and Russian Empires
  • United States and Germany become the Dominant powers in the World
  • Most British Colonies gain Independence
  • Beginning of the Second Russo-Japanese War
Major battles:

Allied Powers

US flag with 50 stars by Hellerick United States of America
Imperial german flag 150 German Empire (1924-28)
Flag of Carinthia United States of Greater Austria (1924-28)
Flag of France Third French Republic (1925-28)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946) Kingdom of Italy (1925-28)
Flag of Spain (1785-1873 and 1875-1931) Kingdom of Spain (1925-28)
Flag of the Russian Empire (black-yellow-white) Russian Empire (1927-28)
Flag of Turkey Ottoman Empire (1926-28)

Greater Entente

800px-Flag of the United Kingdom1.svg British Empire (Wallace Regime)
700px-Flag of Mexico AIC.svg Mexican State (1922-26)
Flag of the Russian Empire (black-yellow-white) Russian Empire (1922-26)
Naval Ensign of Japan Empire of Japan (1923-27)







Casualties and Losses



World War 1 or the Great War was a global conflict centered in America that began on August 22, 1921 and lasted until January 2, 1928. It involved all the world's great powers which were assembled in two opposing alliances: The Allies and the Greater Entente. Long-term causes of the war included the British Empire's imperialist policies placed on their colonies. However, the British surprise attack at Detroit was the trigger for conflict. The attack was a result of an American ultimatum imposed on the United Kingdom after the British military presence started to concern the United States.

On the August 22, the conflict opened with a British surprise attack on the American city of Detroit which was followed by a British offensive in New England surprising the United States. However, the US still managed to halt the British advance but was demoralized by the current situation of the conflict.


Naval Arms Race and the Four-Year British Crisis

London Coup

Act of British Imperial Unification

Wallace Doctrine

Prelude to Disaster

Course of the War

British Invasion of America

Western US

The War becomes Global

Civil War in Canada

War in Africa

Turning Point

British Invasions in Europe

War in Africa

War in the Middle East

Russia turns against the Greater Entente

Collapse of Britain


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