Spring; Frau Tear travels to Transylvania, where she spends several months. She returns to Germany in the spring of 1934 and goes into seclusion.
April; Reports of UFO sightings over the course of two weeks occur across the northern hemisphere. Actual Alien sightings are reported in by State Troopers just west of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
July 15; Soviet spy Sergei Ivanov successfully infiltrates the Los Alamos facility and soon begins to steal information about the Manhattan project for the motherland.
October 23; Hitler and Franco meet in Madrid to discuss Spain's entry into the war on the side of the Axis.
February 13; Hitler orders the creation of the SWD (Special Weapons Development). Captain Wolfgang Faust is assigned as the military liaison to the research team investigating the reports of paranormal activity.
January 4; Elli Anselm and her SWD team embark on their Antarctic expedition to verify reports of Nihl activities over the south polar regions.
April 18; The U-boat assigned to rendezvous with Anselm finds no trace of the expedition, save for Anselm herself, who they find standing naked in snow and ice. Only the highest members of the SWD know what happened.
June 4-7; Battle of Midway. US and Japanese both suffer severe losses of aircraft, pilots and ships. The battle is generally regarded as a Japanese victory.
October 2; The first lycanthropy victim is successfully captured by Wolfgang Faust and the SWD.
January 18; Vasily Zaytsev, sniper hero of the Soviet Union is involved in a tragic landmine accident just days before the end of the battle for Stalingrad, suffering severe facial injuries. He is sent to the United States for medical care.
May 10; Gustav Krupp is named as the head of Project Tin Man, the German program to develop the next generation of armoured mobile weapons systems.
June 11; After the losses in Northern Africa and the failures of Italian forces, Hitler again turns to Spain, secretly granting Franco much of what he asked for several years ago in terms of money and equipment.
September 5; Hitler makes his last public appearance, and goes into hiding. He continues to issue orders and recorded speeches, but his exact whereabouts are unknown.
November 9; The SWD isolates the virus and mutation causing lycanthropy. Volunteers are injected with the serum. The test is not a success, and the volunteers are released on the Eastern front.
February 11; Werner Von Blick, research scientist on the Tin Man project, defects to the US. He is sent to Detroit to begin development of the US mecha program.
Early Spring; London is continually targeted by German V-2 rockets which transforms most of the city into a ghost town. Most of the British parliament leaves the city, but Churchill and his cabinet remain.
March 26; Reports of an Allied army in southern England headed by Patton causes German high command to pull much of their forces northward to guard against an imminent invasion. Spanish forces take control of southern Europe.
April 17; After successful field testing, mass production of the SdKfz 331 “Hornet”, the first of the Panzer Mecha, begins.
April 29; Hugo Von X of the SWD develops Vergeltungswaffe 4, a compound that not only kills its victims quickly, but also animates the recently deceased. Mass production of the zombie-spawning elixir is quickly begun.
June 6; Operation Overlord. Allies establish a foothold in Normandy, but encounter greater resistance than expected. The offensive grinds to a halt.
June 10; Germany uses the newly created V-gas against Allied forces attempting to break out of Normandy with great success. The westward prevailing winds limit Germany's use of V-gas in large quantities however.
June 20; Germany begins arming their V-2 rockets with V-gas. After less than a week of bombing, zombies haunt the streets of London. The police and military do their best to prevent an epidemic.
August 6; Allied forces encounter the German Mechas. The “Hornet” proves to be a potent assault vehicle, and its ability to take a pounding unnerves the US and UK forces.
August 15; Operation Dragoon – The 6th US Army Group begins an amphibious assault on France's southern coast. Spanish forces were aware and well-prepared for the invasion. Outnumbered and unprepared for a long, drawn out engagement, the operation is called off after 2 days.
September 6; Allied leaders decide to use chemical/gas weapons in retaliation for Germany's use of V-gas. Gas masks become standard issue to all Allied forces in Europe.
October 4; Area 51 is established on an old air-force test range in the desert of south-western Nevada.
November 23; Due to very fast adaptation of German mecha technology, the British start manufacturing their own mechas designated R.A.T.
December 25; The Soviet advance westward is slowed considerably due to unexpectedly high losses, difficulty in overcoming German mechs, and constant V-gas attacks.
February 21; Spanish forces move into North Africa with an invasion along the Moroccan coast that sends Allied forces reeling.
March 9; Japan, having finally broken the US Navajo codes, leaks communications about a massing of their carrier groups near the Bicol Region of the Philippines.
March 16; Libby Ryan makes the first US attempt with jet-powered flight with the US X-Plane program at Area 51.
March 27; 4 US Carrier groups close in on the Bicol Region. The Japanese fleet lies in ambush, and the US suffers heavy losses. Only half the fleet survives and escapes, putting a serious dent in the US capability to pursue a meaningful Pacific offensive.
April 8; The 1st UK Mecha regiment is founded. The Mechs prove themselves very efficient, and are the key to the Allied liberation of Paris on April 23rd.
April 12; Roosevelt dies after suffering a massive cerebral haemorrhage. Harry Truman is sworn in as President.
June 11; A new branch of British intelligence, the MI-13 is founded. An enigmatic charcter simply known as “Dr. Lazarus” is made head of operations.
July 8; An alien spacecraft crashes outside of Roswell, New Mexico. The spacecraft and the 4 alien casualties are quickly moved to Area 51 under extreme secrecy.
July 24; German commandos raid Los Alamos laboratories, killing Robert Oppenhiem and the other heads of the Manhattan Project, escaping through Mexico with top secret atomic weapons data. Soviet spy Sergei Ivanov returns to the USSR.
August 6; Truman authorizes the use of one of the 3 bombs completed before the raid on Los Alamos. The first atomic weapon of the war is dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
September 18; Truman orders the last 2 atomic bombs to be dropped on the 2 main Axis capitols. Berlin is destroyed, but the B-17 headed for Tokyo the next day is shot down short of its target. It is assumed that the bomb is lost.
September 28; Hitler, having fled to Prussia from Berlin in late August in fear of a US atomic bomb strike, orders Albert Speer to begin construction of Germania, the new capitol of the Third Reich.
October 21; After slowly but successfully liberating most of Belgium and parts of eastern France. The Allies fortify their positions in anticipation of a long stalemate over the winter.
November 10; MI-13 operatives led by Dr. Lazarus storm the attic of an old house near Bristol and successfully corner and capture a true living vampire.
November 21; The OSS begins recruiting volunteers for its “Sentinel” program.
December 16; The Germans launch a major offensive in the Ardennes region, catching the Allies off guard. The ME-362 Jet Mecha and Hornet mechas help surround the US troops at Bastogne. Allies also encounter Jaegerhunds for the first time.
December 28; German Drop troops appear out of the fog over Bastogne and finish off the allied troops holed up there. 4 dozen US soldiers are taken prisoner.
January 25; The Ardennes Offensive comes to a stalemate as heavy winter snows set in. The German advance reached the Belgian coast at its highest tide. The German forces are stretched thin, but manage to hold onto the ground under their control.
February 18; Major Jack Black is sent to the US to take part in the Sentinel program. The injection of the “Roswell Cocktail” almost kills him. To save his life, his flesh is merged with machine to become the world's first cyborg.
March 3; Germany initiates a “Catch and Release” program for zombies, often letting them loose behind enemy lines.
March 13; Soviet mecha units are sighted on the Eastern front. The Russians utilize captured German mechas as they still fail to successfully reproduce a model of their own.
March 29; Experiments on prisoners lead to the first successful transformation of Soviet soldiers into what are later nicknamed “Siberian Subhumans”.
April 1-3; Japanese kamikazes plummet out of the sky over Seattle, loaded with tanks of a V-gas variant. Similar attacks on San Francisco and Los Angeles occur days later.
April 19; After months of study and reconfiguration of the serum, Libby Ryan volunteers to be the first to take the revised Roswell Cocktail.
May 4; The first group of Siberian Subhumans are field tested. The savage fury and unstoppable power of the Siberians give the project the green light to expand.
July 21; In a surprise attack with overwhelming numbers, German and Spanish forces invade the British stronghold of Gibraltar.
August 7; The Soviets deploy their own V-Gas variant, often using the same tactics as their enemy – gather & release zombies behind enemy lines.
August 17; Alexandru “Sickle” Nicolschi and Vladislav Volkov escape a Nazi prison camp in Romania. Nicolschi goes back to his duty as a Soviet Commissar, but Volkov undergoes the “Subhuman treatment” to be saved from his injuries – becoming “Hammer” in the process.
September 1; MI-13 weapon designers come up with the “Webley Sabot”, a pistol with special ammunition that is perfect for monster hunting.
September 30; Hugo Von X takes command of Gibraltar and begins to set up his research facilities there.
October 9; British scientists reverse engineer German Drop trooper armour, leading to the forming of a new elite unit – British Steel.
October 27; Soviet troops stumble across a huge creature in the Siberian wastes, four to five times larger than a regular bear and infinitely more vicious.
January 9; Hugo Von X initiates Project Ubermann – work on the next generation of German super soldiers.
February 24; Soviet Union builds warship factories in the Siberian city of Salekhard safe from enemy spies above the Arctic circle.
March 20; Dr. Lazarus leads an MI-13 investigation about a young girl. They eventually find her and Dr. Lazarus aptly names her “Ash” based on her incinerating powers.
April 18; SWD researchers make a breakthrough in isolating and controlling the lycanthropy virus. Major Wolfgang Faust is the first to take the new serum.
May 3; First successful Atomic Bomb test by Germany. 5 more bombs are produced.
July 4; With much patriotic fanfare, the M-100 Comanche Mecha is unveiled.
August 10; German A-bomb detonated in Dunkirk. The western Allies are forced to move supply lines further from the front.
August 11; Paris levelled by a second German A-bomb.
August 12; A V-2 rocket armed with an atomic bomb aboard hits London. Winston Churchill and his personal cabinet are missing and presumed to have died in the attack.
September 18; An atomic bomb, smuggled on a German U-boat is detonated outside Baltimore. Efforts of the Coast Guard keep the U-boat from reaching Washington D.C.
September 20; The Soviet Union invades Sweden after crushing Axis defenders in Lapland and Finland. They quickly overpower the German garrisons in Sweden and seize industrial production facilities.
September 22; Western Allies declare war on the Soviet Union after Stalin refuses to leave Sweden. Allied mountain forces invade Norway.
October 1; The first class of Comanche Mech pilots make their debut in northern Africa with minimal success as traditional tank tactics do not work.
October 22; SWD technicians and engineers from Skoda Works create a “pinger” control device that establish some semblance of cohesion amongst the hordes of zombies.
November 14; Stalingrad hit by a German A-bomb. A symbolic blow as most of the city is already in ruins
December 5; Stalin initiates what is called “Assemblies of Retribution” to rid himself of unwanted Allied POWs and civilians.
February 24; Germany tries to increase the life-span of its soldiers by issuing personal body armour. The US begins issuing armour in April and the British do likewise over the summer.
March 19; Soviet Union unsuccessfully tries to detonate their first A-bomb.
June 6; US deploys the first “Chameleon Snipers” with remarkable success. The Nihl-tech camouflage makes them nearly invisible on the battlefield.
July 27; The first US Armoured Personal Exo-systems roll of the assembly line.
August 11; The M-203 Mecha is unveiled. Nicknamed the “Big Chief” this long-awaited weapon is meant to be the counter to the German “Hornet”.
August 27; The Soviet's 2nd attempt at detonating an atomic bomb is unsuccessful, much to Stalin's ire.
September 17; An A-bomb is dropped on Seattle by Japan. US military officers believe this was the “Thin Man” bomb presumed lost in the Pacific Ocean.
January 18; Germany unveils its next great weapon, the Tiger mecha.
February 1; A U.S. APE battalion headed by “Slugger” Murphy and UK MI-13 commandos led by Paddy Mayne launch an 'Incursion' of Gibraltar, trying to disable the “doomsday device” of Hugo Von X that could win the war for Germany.