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15th Century

16th Century

  • 1581

    - Iberian Union established (Labyrnna)

  • 1590

    - Aphras I revolts beginning the Labyrnnan War. (Labyrnna)

  • 1593

    - Siege of Toledo. Toledo renamed to Lynna City. (Labyrnna)

  • 1598

    - Phillip II captured and executed following the Siege of Saragossa. (Labyrnna)

  • 1599

    - Second Siege of Zaragoza. (Labyrnna)

17th Century

  • 1600

    - Surrender at the Pyrenees. Labyrnnan War Ends. (Labyrnna)

    - Aphras I begins postwar reconstruction of Iberia. (Labyrnna)

  • 1624

    - Aphras I dies and is replaced by his son, Leo I (Labyrnna)

  • 1649

    - Alfonso I takes the throne of Labyrnna (Labyrnna)

  • 1659

    - Aragonese Insurrection Begins. (Labyrnna)

  • 1662

    - The Cortes of Nobles is established in Labyrnna. (Labyrnna)

  • 1666

    - Alfonso I dies and is replaced by his son, Alfonso II. (Labyrnna)

  • 1678

    - Importation of Slaves into the new world banned in Labyrnna. (Labyrnna)

  • 1688

    - Alfonso II dies of plague. Cardinal Leondardo Escarra takes over as regent. (Labyrnna)

  • 1689

    - Ferdinand I crowned in Cadiz. Cardinal Escarra consolidates his rule. (Labyrnna)

  • 1690

    - Holy War for Labyrnna Begins. (Labyrnna)

    - Battle of Valencia ends in Loyalist Victory. (Labyrnna)

    - Cardinal Escarra is denounced by the pope as a heretic. (Labyrnna)

  • 1692

    - Battle of Lynna City begins. (Labyrnna)

  • 1693

    - Battle of Lynna City Ends. Cardinal Escarra Beheaded. (Labyrnna)

  • 1694

    - Rebuilding of Lynna City Ends. (Labyrnna)

18th Century

  • 1710

    - Portuguese Revolt begins and is brutally crushed by Ferdinand I. (Labyrnna)

  • 1720

    - Cultural Reineissance in Labyrnna. (Labyrnna)

  • 1722

    - Ferdinand I dies and is replaced by his son, Ferdinand II. (Labyrnna)

  • 1738

    - French attack on the iron walls is crushed by Labyrnnan Defenses. (Labyrnna)

  • 1740

    - Cortez of the People is established alongside the Cortez of Nobles (Labyrnna)

  • 1742

    - Ferdinand II dies and is replaced by his younger brother, Carlos I (Labyrnna)

  • 1754

    - Seven years war begins. Labyrnna joins the Britain and Prussia. (Labyrnna)

  • 1763

    - Battle of Barcelona. Carlos I dies and is replaced by his son, Ferdinand III. (Labyrnna)

  • 1763

    - Treaty of Toulouse ends the war between France and Labyrnna. (Labyrnna)

19th Century

  • 1866

    - Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich) is defeated by the Prussians in the Brothers War.

    - A plot begins to overthrow the Hapsburg Monarchy and reorganize the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Donau-Bundesreich)

  • 1868

    - The Grand Insurrection Begins. Wilfred Von Wallenstein declares Bohemia-Moravia Independance from Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich)

    - The Bratislava Agreement forms an alliance between Wilfred (Donau-Bundesreich) and many breakaway states within the empire.

  • 1870

    - Liberals within the Austrian (Donau-Bundesreich) Government propose to reform Austria-Hungary and reunite the empire under Wilfred.

    - Siege of Vienna. Hapsburg Capital surrounded after rebels occupy most of the former empire (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1872

    - Treaty of Brünn. Wilfred von Wallenstien is crowned Emperor of Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich)..

  • 1881

    - A rebellion in Bosnia by Bosnian Serbs and Croats forces the ottomans out of the region. (Donau-Bundesreich)..

    - The Croatian Kingdom of Bosnia swears fealty to Kaiser Wilfred. Bosnia is incorporated into the Empire (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1883

    - The Sacking of Bosnia begins. Bosnian Muslims are forcefully displaced, converted or killed in a mass genocide.

    - Sarajevo is burned to the ground and the city of Erwiße is settled on the ruins (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1898

    - Labyrnnan-American War (Labyrnna, Imperial Eagle)

20th Century

  • 1902

    - Ivan Bosak releases his book "Dunavska Iskra" which acts as a foundation for the Pan-Danubian Ideology (Donau-Bundesreich).

    World War 1: The Great War

    The Axis Alliance: Austrian-Hungarian Empire (Danubia, Donau-Bundesreich) Germany, Italy, The Ottoman Empire (The Hellenes League)

    The Allied Powers: Russia (CCCP-/Romanovskaya) Orange-Bourgogne, Labyrnna, United States (Imperial Eagle), Canada (-Greater Canada-), Australia, Infiny, Japan (Vashnal), China (Far Eastern Union of Soviet Republics/Southwest China)

  • 1914

  • February 14th 1914: Austrian-Hungarian Royal killed by Russian Nationalist, triggering intense crisis between the nations. Austria-Hungary refuses to allow independent Russian investigation to take place in Danubia and accuses Russia of trying to make a cover up.

  • May 11th 1914: Ottoman Royal killed by an ethnic Armenian, Russian citizen belonging to the Armenian Revolutionary Federation triggering another crisis. Ottomans and Austria-Hungary accuse Russian government of organizing assignations to weaken governments.

  • June 2nd 1914: Casus Belli found by Austria-Hungary and Ottomans, both declare war on Russians.

  • June 4th 1914: Germany due to treaty with Austria-Hungary and Ottomans declares war on Russians

  • June 7th 1914: Labyrnna declares war on Germany due to treaty with Russians

  • June 8th 1914: Italians declare war on Labbyrna due to alliance/Treaty with Germany, Austria-Hungary and Ottomans

  • June 10th 1914: Austria-Hungary and Ottomans declare war on Labbyrna due to alliance/treaty with Germany

  • June 12th 1914: Orange Bourgogne declares war on Germany and rest of Axis alliance due to alliance with Labbyrna

  • June 28th 1914: Japan (Vashnal) declares war on Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottomans due to alliance/ treaty with Labbyrna, Orange-Bourgogne and also seeking to establish Japan as a world power.

  • July 10th 1914: China (FEUSSR/Southwest China) declares war on Germany and other axis powers due to existing agreements and also seeking to establish itself firmly on the world stage.

  • August 22nd 1914: Battle of the Frontiers between Germans, Danubians battling Labyrnnan, Orange-Bourgogne, who go on the offensive. This battle marked the reality of The Great War with over 329,000 Labyrnnans dead, wounded or missing. OB suffers 29,000 while the Germans and Austria-Hungary are faced with over 100,000 each.

  • September 13th 1914: Infiny lines itself up with the Allied Powers, and attacks Italian/German holdings in Africa and assists allies with supplies through out the campaigns

  • 1915

  • February 4th, 1915: Germany declares a war zone in the waters of Orange-Bourgogne beginning submarine warfare.

  • February 1915: Ottoman (The Hellenes League) army disarms and segregates Armenian soldiers into labor battalions fearing Christian Armenians are aiding Orthodox Russians in their fight against Turkey. As a result of this fear, over 1,000,000 Armenians are forcibly removed to Syria and other middle eastern nations.

  • February 2nd, 1915: German Officer Werner Horn arrested for a bombing that occurred in Maine, at the Croix-Vanceboro railway bridge, a major line connecting the United States (Imperial Eagle) and Canada.

  • February 15, 1915: Allied forces attack the Sea of Marmara aiming to push The Ottoman Empire The Hellenes League and cripple the Ottomans in the area and their ability to fight a wider war. This would last through the middle of March, resulting in the allies retreat from the area

  • May 7th, 1915: Orange-Bourgogne RMS Lusitania torpedoed by German U-Boat, killing 1,313 people of the 1,949 on board, including 128 Americans. This attack spurs resentment against the American government (Imperial Eagle) for its lack of participation in the war, and war hawks in congress cried for retaliation

  • April 1915: German Zeppelin campaign begins bombing raids on London. Zeppelin use remained in use until the introduction of airplanes into the war, as zeppelins were being shot down.

  • April 22nd, 1915: The second battle of Ypres. This marks the first time the Germans used poison gas. Both sides would soon start using chemical agents as a weapon of war, including chlorine, mustard, and phosgene gas. By the end of the war, over 1 million fighting men from both sides would be injured as a result of the use of chemicals.

  • April, 1915-August, 1915: British forces land a number of Marines in the Gallipoli region of the Dardenelles. This success was short lived as Ottoman forces push the British Marines and navy out of the area. As a result of the failure of the operation, Winston Churchill resigns his post as First Lord of the Admiralty, rejoining the army as a battalion commander.

  • April 23rd, 1915-December 31st, 1915: Internal disagreements and issues bring about murmurs of revolution in The Russian Empire (CCCP-/Romanovskaya). This in part lead Tsar Nicholas II to personally oversee and take control of the Russian Army to shore up support at home and with his own military.

  • October 6th, 1915: Axis Alliance members Germany, Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich), Bulgaria, cross the Danube River into Serbia, resulting in a massive Serbian retreat.

  • 1916

  • January 1st, 1916: Riots occur in Donau-Bundesreich as a result of rising costs on flour and grain. The government gives in and lowers the pricing.

  • February 21st, 1916: The Battle of Verdun begins as German forces launch attack on Verdun. Labyrnna works on defending its positions. German forces bomb Labyrnnan positions and take the first line of trenches as a result.

  • February 24th, 1915: German forces inform the United States (Imperial Eagle that armed civilian merchant ships will be treated as military vessels.

  • March 11th, 1916: Orange-Bourgogne in Mesopotamia (modern day Dhan begin advancing on Baghdad.

  • March 14th, 1916: Manifesto of the sixteen is published by Jean Grave and Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin. They promote anarchist support for the defeat of the central powers.

  • April 2nd, 1916: The U.S. President demands Germany end its unrestricted submarine warfare.

  • May 7th-10th, 1916: Battle of Kondoa Irangi occurs. German forces defeat Orange-Bourgogne.

  • May 10th, 1916: Germany suspends unrestricted submarine warfare

  • June 3rd, 1916: Russian forces in an attempt to encircle ottoman forces and to cripple ottoman supply lines fail to do so. Earlier failures of the Russians and The United Kingdom result in a failure and allowing for ottoman successes.

  • June 4th, 1916: The Brusilov offensive begins. 1,732,000 Russians face down 1,061,000 Germans, Austrians, and Ottomans. This offensive becomes one of the deadliest campaigns, lasting for 3 months.

  • June 8th, 1916: Austria-Hungary sinks Italian troopship SS Principe Umberto. It’s the deadliest sinking of the war with over 1,900 lives lost.

  • July 30th: The Black Tom explosion happens in Jersey City, United States. German agents sabotage a munitions supplier for the war. 4 people are killed, over 100 wounded, and damaged the Statue of Liberty. It is the largest artificial non-nuclear explosion to have ever occurred.

  • September 20th, 1916: The Brusilov offensive comes to an end. The Russians achieve a victory by forcing the Germans to halt the Verdun offensive and re-shift focus. In total, over 1,600,000 people are killed.

  • December 18th, 1916: The Battle of Verdun ends with massive casualties on both sides. Labyrnna manages to hold the line and the Germans are forced to accept a defeat. In total, over 800,000 are killed.

  • 1918

    - End of the First World War

    - Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye divides Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich) in two between Austria-Hungary and Yugoslavia.

  • 1938

    - President Burkhart of Austria (Donau-Bundesreich) deposed in 1938. The country is annexed by the German Third Reich (Anschluss).

  • 1939

    - Start of the Second World War

  • 1940

    - Matthias von Wallenstien leads a coup against the Puppet Government set up in Hungary with allied support. (Donau-Bundesreich)

  • 1945

    - End of the Second World War

  • 1945

    - US Stock Market Crash (Imperial Eagle)

    - Terror attack collapses the US (Imperial Eagle) government. The Second American Civil War Begins

    - Matthias II crowned as emperor of Austria-Hungary (Donau-Bundesreich) once more as a US-Aligned counterbalance to the Soviet-aligned Yugoslavia.

  • 1948

    - Matthias II lays out his plan for federal reform and appoints Ivan Bosak to lead the reforms (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1950

    - Second American Civil War ends in a Union (Imperial Eagle) Victory

    - American (Imperial Eagle) Era of Isolationism Begins

  • 1952

    - Austria-Hungary announces reformation into the United Empires of Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1957

    - "Sputnik 1", the first artificial satellite, is launched into orbit by the USSR (CCCP-).

    - The dog "Laika" becomes the first living being to orbit the Earth, as part of the Soviet Space Program (CCCP-).

  • 1958

    - Tito is Assassinated by Austrian-American agents. Yugoslavia falls into Anarchy (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1959

    - The Soviet "Luna" program succeeds in sending an uncrewed spacecraft (Luna 2) to the Moon (CCCP-).

  • 1960

    - A series of UN plebiscites leads to northern Yugoslavia voting to rejoin Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 1961

    - Soviet cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin becomes the first human to go to outer space, aboard the Vostok 1 capsule (CCCP-).

  • 1963

    - Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova becomes the first woman to go to outer space. aboard the Vostok 6 capsule (CCCP-).

  • 1968

    - First Budapest Revolution. A coalition of Republicans, Liberals and Communists occupy the city of Budapest. (Donau-Bundesreich)

    - First Budapest Revolution is crushed. Radicals are forced to leave the country while moderates agree to form a compromise with the Imperial Government. (Donau-Bundesreich)

    - Soviet cosmonauts make the first crewed landing on the Moon (CCCP-).

  • 1970

    - American (Imperial Eagle) Era of Isolationism Ends

    - National Day of Remembrance declared in the Union (Imperial Eagle).

    - The first Bundesrat is held (Donau-Bundesreich). This parliament acts as the first democratically elected legislative body in Danubia.

    - Kaiser Wilfred II of Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich) marries Queen Katharina of Liechtenstien

  • 1982

    - The satellite navigation system "GLONASS" begin operations (CCCP-).

  • 1986

    - The first component of the space station "Mir" is launched into orbit and begin operations. (CCCP-).

  • 1990

    - Longest Period of Economic Expansion in modern American (Imperial Eagle) history begins

  • 1991

    - Due to several internal factors, the USSR goes into a state of prolongued unrest and disorder that culminates in the separation of several territories from the country and in a reform of its political and economic system (CCCP-).

21st Century

  • 2001

    - The space station "Mir" is deorbited (CCCP-).

  • 2002

    - Kaiserin Annika I becomes first female Emperor of Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich)as well as the new Queen of Liechtenstien.

    - A referendum held in Liechtenstein votes in favour of joining the Kingdom of Austria under Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich).

  • 2014

    - Neo Nazi Revolt in the Union (Imperial Eagle)

  • 2015

    - Crash of 2015 (Imperial Eagle)

  • 2020

    - Kaiser Annika I is assassinated. Second Budapest Revolution occurs (Donau-Bundesreich).

    - Second Danubian Civil War Begins as Communists break away and declare war on both governments. (Donau-Bundesreich)

    - Second Danubian Civil War Ends in a Communist Victory. The Danubian Socialist Confederation is declared. (Donau-Bundesreich)


1962 – Victor Glushkov, of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, creates “OGAS” (National Automated System for Computation and Information Processing). A project to create a nationwide information network in the Soviet Union.
1978 – “Academset”, a computer network for providing digital connection of scientific and civil institutions across the USSR, is established by the Soviet VNIIPAS (All Union Scientific Research Institute for Applied Automated Systems).
1982 – The Soviet Ministry of Defense successfully reaches the last stage of development of the TCP/IP protocol.
1983 – Sovam Teleport is inaugurated, a non-profit project with a goal to expand the Internet to the academic institutions of the USA.
1986 – Access to the internet is given for the first time to commercial enterprises, following the line of liberalization policies of the previous Rivkin-era.
1989- Orange-Bourgognian computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, working at the Labyrnnan CLRN, succesfully develops Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to communicate and transfer information between the CLRN and the Soviet Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP). Commercial internet services begin operations.
1990- Commercial internet begins to spread across Europe with Euronet being developed and connected the USSR internet services known as Runet.
1991: the MP3 file format is developed in the USSR
1992: Russian government services become the first ones to develop the .gov domain name. The Hellenic League also joins in with being known as
1995: full commercialization of the internet is believed to have occurred this year, with Russian based Yandex developing SSL to make online purchasing more widespread and secure.
1997: American based Google is introduced, and begins to develop a simple, and easy internet interface.
2000's: Google and Amazon begin to dominate in the realm of the Internet. Yandex and other Russian Internet services are still widely used, depending on the region of the world and user preference. By 2020 Amazon becomes the worlds largest online retailer.

  • Battle of Tora Bora: November 30th, 2001 to December 9th, 2001 U.S. (Imperial Eagle) commits not just special forces/CIA but an additional 1,500 men to the area to block paths into Pakistan,

  • Special forces Units manage to win a huge victory as Osama Bin Laden is located and trapped. He is killed by members of Seal Team 6.

  • December 2nd, 2001: Mullah Saifur Rehman begins collecting forces in Pakistan right on the border and begins moves to insert Taliban and guerrilla fighters back into the Tora Bora area.

  • March 2002, over 1,000 fighters are in the region. Throughout Afghanistan, insurgency would begin. At this point, US forces in country Are at 10k

  • March 2002: US Forces climb to 12k. A national insurgency continues but is not as dedicated or well organized. The USSR becomes conce:ned of the U.S. presence, with military bases looking they may be permanent and that a prolonged conflict could occur. the USSR (CCCP-) reaches out to the Watan Party of Afghanistan to help them form a cohesive movement aligned with the Afghan Social Democratic Party and the Communist Party of Afghanistan.

  • May 2002: The Afghan Socialist Front is established by the Soviet Union

  • May 2002: The United States begin working with Independent politicians and other parties that are specifically against Socialist and communist Movements. They begin to work with the Islamic Dawah organization and the National Congress Party, forming a network known as the Democratic Afghan Coalition

  • October 2002: militia members of the Afghan Socialist Front (ASF) launch attacks in the areas around Kandahar, Panjab, Mazari Sharif, and Herat, occurring October 5th to the 12th, known as the "Long Week". ASF manages to secure a large amount of territory, taking advantage that US forces were more focused on in the area around Kabul. American units that had been in the area of Kandahar are killed. In total, 42 Americans are killed, along with over 100 Democratic Afghan Coalition (DAC) militia members and supporters. DAC and Americans focus on the eastern portion of the country around Kabul, and the other eastern regions. on October 14th, USSR forces begin to send sorties to drop supplies in Kandahar to support the ASF. The same week sees members of the insurgency join the ASF. Members of the Taliban disband, and arrangements are made that if the ASF is successful, an Islamic Nation would be set up in Afghanistan, with the nation being split between the ASF and Islamic Hardliners. In the middle of October, DAC forces, supported by American Special Forces, launch strikes on ASF forward operating bases. The United States refuses to commit more American Forces in the war, and instead relies on air power and on DAC forces. They keep 14k units in country to support on the ground operations. They also supply DAC forces.

  • December 2002: ASF launches an attack on Kabul itself, with a series of truck bombs and ordinances. 20 Unmarked SU-27's and 4 Tu-95s strike Kabul from above. On the ground, DAC and American forces are in disarray. This attack leaves 87 Americans dead, and over 600 DAC forces killed. No Tu-95s are shot down, but 2 SU-27's are shot down. In the battle, 22 USSR Spetsnaz agents take part helping to coordinate and guide air attacks on the ground.

  • February 2003 to July 2003 sees a series of attacks occurring on DAC and ASF territories. USSR and American relations sour to a point of cold relations due to American's learning of USSR involvement in the battle of Kabul in December 2002. The two nations understand they are at a close point of engaging in warfare directly.

  • Feb. 2003 to July 2003, despite the attacks, neither side sees any advantage take shape. The country at this point is essentially in a state of civil war. The United States dedicates another 10k soldiers to bolster the 14k in country to try to push on ASF territory, a change in policy from the previous year. these forces arrive in Late June. In response, the USSR deploys more weapons to the ASF, along with a force of 10k which arrives in Mid-August. USSR and American Forces largely stay away from each other, only directing attacks on ASF and DAC positions.

  • September 2003 to January 2004 stays the same. DAC and ASF make no inroads despite American and Soviet Support systems. In November 2003, Islamic Hardliners become frustrated, and re-organize and Islamic insurgency despite USSR opposition. The Insurgency focuses attacks on the American positions. This causes the United States to refocus efforts within its own controlled territory in the east, instead of pushing west.

  • December 2003 sees an unfortunate event. Soviet General Forces and American Forces move into position around Kunduz. Soviet artillery strikes American positions, with the Soviets believing the Americans were trying to flank. From December 6th to the 8th, A large firefight ensues. the result is an American retreat with soviet forces taking Kunduz. In the end, 62 Soviet soldiers are dead, 57 wounded, with 97 Americans dead and 129 wounded.

  • January 2004: American forces engage soviet positions outside of Gizab, air strikes kill 29 Soviet Soldiers. Insurgents orchestrate attacks on both American and Soviet forces throughout the month.

  • February 2004: The USSR announces an exit plan, with all Soviet Forces withdrawing by September. The United States announces an exit plan, with all American Forces withdrawing by November. On February 18th, Soviet and American Forces sign a peace treaty, placing an end to Soviet and American hostilities in Afghanistan. ASF & DAC leaders refuse to sign the treaty on the grounds of self-determination.

  • March 2004: 3 members of DAC leadership are killed in an IED attack. Insurgents take credit. Insurgents demand an end to hostilities between DAC & ASF, and a treaty to be signed granting autonomous zone to Islamic rule. Al-Qaeda insurgents absorb Taliban elements, leadership placed on a man Sabaah al-Parsa. Soviet & American leadership meet to discuss the insurgency. intel sharing begins between Soviet & Americans to help find and kill Sabaah al-Parsa.

  • April 2004: Intel gathered by Soviets determine that if Sabaah al-Parsa is removed from power, severe disorganization would occur among the Afghan Insurgency, and could bring the insurgency to the table for a peace deal. ASF militia launch attack on insurgent camps in the west, and DAC focuses efforts on the east as Soviet & Americans push the militias to conduct independent operations as both sides begin the withdrawal process.

  • May 2004: American Navy Seal team 4 conduct an operation in Arward, performing a snatch & grab on two Insurgency leaders. Spetsnaz units conduct a similar operation in Mirabad. Information gathered suggests Sabaah al-Parsa is operating out of a town in Uzbekistan called Navoi.

  • June 2004: KGB intelligence and CIA confirms that Sabaah al-Parsa is in Navoi. KGB and Spetsnaz monitor his movements and draws up plans to conduct in operation. In Afghanistan, the insurgency reaches a stalemate. DAC and ASF forces manage to gain back territory taken by the insurgency. ASF and DAC leadership also begin talks, meeting in Byzantium for peace talks hosted by Basileaus Nikolaus Atredai. The same offer is brought to the Insurgency but al-Parsa refuses. Intelligence later reveals his advisors disagreed, seeing the cause of the Insurgency as lost.

  • July 2004: Operation Iskra II is conducted in Navoi. Sabaah al-Parsa is captured by KGB and Spetsnaz forces instead of killed and is sent back to the heart of the USSR. The rest of Insurgency leadership at the compound is killed. a double of al-Parsa is placed, photos taken of the body. American intelligence is informed by Soviet Leadership that Sabaah al-Parsa is dead. The Insurgency makes a final desperation move on Kandahar but is beaten back swiftly.

  • August 2004: ASF, DAC, Soviet, American, and the Insurgency (now known as the Islamic Coalition) meet in Byzantium in the Hellenic League for peace talks. Agreements are made for the Islamic Coalition to lay down its arms. ASF and DAC forces begin to work together in Afghanistan to maintain security. Soviet and Americans commit to helping rebuild towns and cities by acting as independent monitors to ensure funds are used for rebuilding.

  • September 2004: Soviets achieve a full withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sabaah al-Parsa is locked away at an unknown KGB location. In Afghanistan, the Treaty signed in Byzantium takes hold, and Afghanistan sees an end to hostilities. Plans are made to form a coalition government. The Islamic Coalition takes part in rebuilding, focusing on Islamic institutions.

  • October 2004: American intelligence community determines Sabaah al-Parsa is not dead, and somewhere in the USSR. The President of the United States determines to leave it be due to it being an election year and the deadly result that could happen in Afghanistan.

  • November 2004: American withdrawal of troops is completed, just in time for the U.S. Presidential election. ASF and DAC form a new organization called United Afghanistan. The Islamic Coalition declines an offer to join but works with them for the rebuilding efforts. No attacks have occurred since August 8th, 2004.

  • January 2005: The war in Afghanistan is declared officially over as Soviet and American forces sign an agreement in Athens with United Afghanistan and the Islamic Coalition. The Soviets pull independent moderators from Afghanistan, as do the Americans. An election is scheduled to be held in June, with independent moderators from Canada (-Greater Canada-) and The Hellenic League (The Hellenes League) to help orchestrate.