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USAball and USSRball in 1945

The Cold War was a war between Soviet-icon Sovietball and USA-icon USAball and the bloodiest war in history a period of absolute tension between USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball, caused by their conflicting ideologies and territorial disputes in Europe and Asia, fought with proxy wars by countries with either Soviet or American support, but never directly because of the MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) caused by the invention of nuclear weapons. The Cold War lasted between 1945 and 1991.

This article will contain tons of links to Wikipedia articles for convenience purposes. The Cold War also helped to cause the collapse of the Soviet-icon USSR.

History

USA-iconGermany-icon Iron Curtain rises East Germany-iconSoviet-icon(1945-1949)

All started when Nazi-icon Nazi Germanyball and Japanese-Empire-icon Japanball were defeated and USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball took over his former clay. His sons Germany-icon West Germanyball and East Germany-icon East Germanyball were respectively adopted by USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball. However, in Berlin, (part of Soviet-icon Sovietball/East Germany-icon East Germanyball's clay), ReichRawr-icon there were also parts of it belonging to UKball, Franceball, and USAball. Germany-icon West Germanyball was later given those back in 1948, and East Germany-icon East Germanyball was given his own clay in 1949 by Soviet-icon Sovietball, who had also taken over most of Eastern Europe's countryballs and their clay (sometimes unwillingly), and forced them into Communism-icon communism.

However, in 1948, Yugoslavia-icon Yugoslaviaball argued with Soviet-icon Sovietball over how communism should be like, and was then expelled from the Eastern Bloc. He was replaced by China-icon Chinaball (PRC) in 1949, after he killed his father Taiwan-icon Nationalist Chinaball and exiled his brother Taiwan-icon Taiwanball, before taking over Tibet-icon Tibetball the following year.

Soviet-icon Sovietball also developed nuclear weapons of his own in 1949, after USA-icon USAball had tested them in 1945, and dropped two on Japanese-Empire-icon Japanball in the same year. Making him surrender. As a result, USA-icon USAball formed NATO-icon NATO in 1948/9, to ally the capitalist countryballs against Soviet-icon Sovietball and his friends. In 1948 however, Soviet-icon Sovietball tried to take over Germany-icon West Germanyball's sector of Berlin-icon Berlin, and in response, USA-icon USAball airlifted supplies in, and Soviet-icon Sovietball ended the blockade a few months later. This was the beginning of the fall of an Iron Curtain across Europe, which would last four decades.

Meanwhile, USA-icon USAball was trying to convince European countryballs not to join Soviet-icon Sovietball, by giving them aid, and (for Japan-icon Japanball) therapy, via his Marshall Plan, and helping them rebuild their war-devastated clay. In 1945, he had agreed to split Japan-icon Japanball's dying former slave South Korea-icon Koreaball's clay between himself and Soviet-icon Sovietball, and adopted her daughter American Korea-icon South Koreaball, while Soviet-icon Sovietball adopted her son Soviet Korea-icon North Koreaball. South Korea-icon Koreaball than later died.

On an unrelated sidenote, the Israel-icon Jewcubes not killed by Nazi-icon Nazi Germanyball in the Second World War were placed in British Palestine-icon British Palestine territory, displacing him and forming Israel-icon Israelcube by the UN-icon UN.

USA-iconSouth Korea-icon Korean War North Korea-iconSoviet-iconChina-icon(1950-1953)

In 1950, under Soviet-icon Sovietball's encouragement, North Korea-icon North Koreaball invaded South Korea-icon his capitalist sister's clay, and almost succeeded in taking it all, but USA-icon USAball and the NATO-icon NATO members intervened, and took back all of South Korea-icon South Koreaball's clay, as well as most of North Korea-icon North Koreaball's. However, China-icon Chinaball joined the war, and pushed the NATO-icon NATO members and the war's front-line back to the 38th parallel, where they started peace talks at Panmunjom in June 1951. In 1953, they finally agreed to an armistice, but as of today, North Korea-icon North Koreaball and South Korea-icon South Koreaball still really hate each other to bits.

In the meantime, USA-icon USAball developed a cure for polio, while going through some anxiety and developing some sort of a communist-phobia known as McCarthyism. UK-icon UKball fought a war with his adoptive son Malaysia-icon Malayaball who wanted his independence, and had also been forced to grant independence to India-icon Indiaball in 1947. Independent countries soon began to spring up all over the place, as USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball scrambled to claim them and convert them to either capitalism or communism.

Nuclear Arms race (1953-1963)

In 1953, East Germany-icon East Germanyball tried to rebel against his adoptive father, so Soviet-icon Sovietball formed the Warsaw Pact-icon Warsaw pact, in 1955 as a reaction to NATO-icon NATO. In 1956, while USA-icon USAball was going through his Civil Rights Movement phase, Soviet-icon Sovietball's kidnapped liberated slave PR Hungary-icon Hungaryball tried to rebel against his master. As a result, Soviet-icon Sovietball raped PR Hungary-icon Hungaryball, right in his Budapest, with tanks. But in 1957, he sent a satellite into space, Sputnik I, the first artificial satellite to ever be in space, beginning the Space Race between himself and USA-icon USAball.

At the same time, they were also building lots of nuclear weapons, and in response to USA-icon USAball installing the Jupiter missiles in his ally and fellow NATO-icon NATO member Turkey-icon Turkeyball's clay, Soviet-icon Sovietball took advantage of Cuba-icon Cubaball's new communism fad in 1959 to install some of his own missiles there in 1961, within striking distance of most of USAball's clay. In response, USA-icon USAball blockaded Cuba-icon Cubaball's territorial waters, and demanded Soviet-icon Sovietball remove his missiles from Cuba-icon Cubaball's clay. Cuba-icon Cubaball claimed they were to protect his clay after USAball's failed attempt to invade it in 1961, at the Bay of Pigs. UK-icon UKball and several other countries built nuclear shelters and panicked. Tensions grew between USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball, until peace conditions were reached in October 1962, with both the Jupiter missiles and the Cuban missiles being removed, and the world narrowly avoided a global thermonuclear war. A line was set up between USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball, to ensure clear communications between the two superpowers.

Meanwhile, Lebanon-icon Lebanonball became violent, causing USA-icon USAball to intervene on his clay, and France-icon Franceball lost control of her adoptive son French Indochina-icon Indochinaball, after Dien Bien Phu was lost, and his sons Vietnam-icon North Vietnamball and South Vietnam-icon South Vietnamball became enemies. Their brothers Laos-icon Laosball and Cambodia-icon Cambodiaball could into dictatorships, as were many of the anti-communist dictatorship countryballs that USA-icon USAball supported, such as Nicaragua-icon Nicaraguaball, while Colombia-icon Colombiaball developed split personality syndrome in the early 1960s. Algeria-icon Algeriaball also gained his independence from his mother France-icon Franceball, in 1962, and Soviet-icon Sovietball built a wall around East Germany-icon East Germanyball's Berlin-icon Berlin clay in 1961, to stop Germany-icon West Germanyball's capitalist influence from slipping through. Also, Belgium-icon Belgiumball's forcibly adopted son Congo-icon Congoball became independent in 1960, France-icon Franceball and East Germany-icon West Germanyball had a son, EU-icon EUball in 1957, and USA-icon USAball protected Taiwan-icon Taiwanball from China-icon his evil communist big brother.

USA-iconSouth Vietnam-icon Vietnam War Vietnam-iconSoviet-icon (1955-1975)

In 1964, USA-icon USAball became wary of Vietnam-icon North Vietnamball's successes against South Vietnam-icon his non-communist brother, so he fabricated an incident in the Gulf of Tonkin, as an excuse to intervene in the Vietnam-icon Vietnamball's clay. In 1965-67, USA-icon USAball destroyed hundreds of acres of rain-forests that were in his way, in an effort to stop Vietnam-icon North Vietnamball's evil communist influence, but the 1968 Tet offensive saw Vietnam-icon North Vietnamball gain the upper hand in the war, and his usage of guerrilla warfare against USA-icon USAball was taking it's toll. After USA-icon USAball's intervention became unpopular, he eventually gave up and pulled out of Vietnamese clay in 1973, allowing for the eventual victory by Vietnam-icon North Vietnamball over South Vietnamball when Saigon fell in 1975.

In 1967, elsewhere in the world, Israel-icon Israelcube defeated the five combined forces of Egypt-icon Egyptball, Syria-icon (1963-1972) Syriaball, Lebanon-icon Lebanonball, Jordan-icon Jordanball, and Iraq-icon (1963-1991) Iraqball in just six days, which was even more impressive than in the 1948 war. Meanwhile, North Korea-icon North Koreaball caught USA-icon USAball spying on him in his territorial waters in 1968, and Portugal-icon Portugalball fought a series of wars with his adoptive sons Angola-icon Angolaball,Mozambique-icon (1975-1983) Mozambiqueball, and Guinea-Bissau-icon Guinea-Bissauball in the mid 1970s, culminating in their eventual independence in 1974/5. In 1968, Comecon-icon Czechoslovakiaball rebelled against his master, resulting in another Soviet-icon Sovietball rape, this time however, in his Prague. Also, in 1971, Pakistan-icon Pakistanball was in a war with Pakistan-icon East Pakistanball because East Pakistanball wanted independence. This resulted in a war and a genocide against Bengali civilians. Eventually, East Pakistan won independence and became Bangladesh-icon Bangladeshball.

As for the Space Race, in 1961, Soviet-icon Sovietball had gone up into space himself, a feat which USA-icon USAball matched the following year, and USA-icon USAball finally won the Space Race in 1969 by landing on the Moon itself.

Detente (1973-1979)

In the mid 1970s, USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball entered a period of relative peace called detente, after the end of the Vietnam conflict (1954-1975), and the Space race (1957-1969). In 1974, Turkey-icon Turkeyball invaded Cyprus-icon Cyprusball's clay, and raped him, creating Northern Cyprus-icon Northern Cyprusball. In 1977, USA-icon USAball returned the Panama Canal's clay to Panama-icon Panamaball, and celebrated his 200th anniversary of independence in 1976. Guyana-icon Guyanaball became suicidal in 1978 as well, and Tanzania-icon Tanzaniaball liberated Uganda-icon Ugandaball. China-icon Chinaball opened up after the Sino-Soviet split in the 1960s to USA-icon USAball's trading policies in 1978.

However, in 1979, Iran-icon Iranball experienced a personality change, and held USA-icon USAball's embassy in his clay hostage for 444 days, while he could into kebab. Meanwhile, Soviet-icon Sovietball invaded DR Afghanistan-icon (1978-1980) Afghanistanball's clay, to help a local communist government. As a result, USA-icon USAball gave weapons and ammo to some of DR Afghanistan-icon (1978-1980) Afghanistanball's rebellious sons, who would later become the Taliban-icon Talibanball and Al-Qaeda-icon Al-Qaedaball in 1988. This effectively ended the period of peace in the 1970s.

Cold War (1979-1985)

In the 1980s, USA-icon USAball and UK-icon UKball both had personality changes, and became incredibly anti-communist. UK-icon UKball could also into Thatcherism, and when Argentina-icon Argentinaball invaded his son Falklands-icon Falkland Islandsball's clay in 1982, UK-icon UKball and USA-icon USAball set out to teach Argentinaball a lesson. The same year, NATO-icon NATO members protested against Soviet-icon Sovietball's rape and curfew of Poland-icon Polandball. Then in 1983, when Soviet-icon Sovietball accidentally hurt South Korea-icon South Koreaball over his airspace, this raised tensions between USA-icon USAball and Soviet-icon Sovietball. Tensions were raised even further later in the year when Soviet-icon Sovietball mistook NATO-icon NATO members simulating a DEFCON 1 for a war games drill for a real invasion, and almost resulted in global thermonuclear war (again).

In 1972, A Palestinian nationalist group had caused an incident at Germany-icon West Germanyball's Olympic games, so Soviet-icon Sovietball thought it would be a good idea to repay the USA-icon USAball-led blockade of his 1980 Olympic Games, by boycotting the 1984 Games in Los Angeles. North Korea-icon North Koreaball also boycotted his capitalist sister South Korea-icon South Koreaball's Games in 1988.

Fall of the Iron Curtain and End of the Cold War (1985-1991)

In 1985, Soviet-icon Sovietball underwent a personality change, and used his new policies of glasnost and perestroika to help his economy, which had been failing throughout the 1970s and 1980s, to recover, by encouraging foreign investors to invest in his things. However, this backfired when his son Ukrainian SSR-icon Ukrainian SSRball accidentally caused a nuclear meltdown on their clay in 1986 at Chernobyl. Soviet-icon Sovietball tried to keep it a secret, but when Sweden-icon Swedenball detected it, his new policies required him to admit the truth, which unleashed decades of pent-up criticism from his occupied countryballs in Eastern Europe and also from his children, the SSRballs. Sovietball's only comfort was USA-icon USAball's Challenger exploding the same year, and his capitalist economy experiencing a severe dip in 1987.

However, by 1989, there was lots of unrest in the Warsaw Pact-icon Warsaw Pact nations. Romania-icon Romaniaball could into democracy in 1989, and Bulgaria-icon Bulgariaball left the Pact the same year. By August, Hungary-icon Hungaryball had torn down the border fence between his clay and Austria-icon Austriaball's, and Czech-icon Czechoslovakiaball and Poland-icon Polandball held their first free elections that year. Later In November 1989, East Germany-icon East Germanyball and Germany-icon West Germanyball tore down the Berlin Wall, and they were reunified in spring 1990, forming a united Germany-icon Germanyball. Soviet-icon Sovietball was forced to withdraw from DR Afghan-icon Afghanistanball's clay after that.

By 1990, all the Eastern Bloc countries had left, and Soviet-icon Sovietball's sons started to hate communism and than began to rebel against him, taking advantage of his ailing health. In 1990, Estonian SSR-icon Estonian SSRball, Latvian SSR-icon Latvian SSRball, Lithuanian SSR-icon Lithuanian SSRball, Transnistria-icon Moldavian SSRball, and Ukrainian SSR-icon Ukrainian SSRball left Soviet-icon Sovietball, and by summer 1991, only 3 were left. Soviet-icon Sovietball died when his son Russian SFSR-icon Russian SFSRball took power in a coup in August 1991, and was dead by 25th December, 1991. In 1992, Russian SFSR-icon Russian SFSRball renamed himself Russia-icon Russiaball, and the Cold War had ended.

USA-icon America was trying to stop the spread of Communism-icon communism, making the Soviet-icon Soviet Union mad, so they both built nukes but were too scared to use them because they feared of nuclear war. This continued until the fall of the Soviet-icon Soviet Union.

Participants/Combatants

NATO-icon NATO/Western Bloc members

Global Western Bloc (outside NATO members)


Warsaw Pact-icon Warsaw Pact/Eastern Bloc

Other Soviet Allies

Non-USSR aligned communist states

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