Summer 1945. An iron curtain comes down, separating the Communist Eastern bloc and the West, led by the Americans. And nuclear weapons leaves mankind under perpetual threat of a new Apocalypse.
After denouncing Stalin's crimes in 1956, Khrushchev confounded the worlds with his behaviour. But he wasn't nearly as soft as he portrayed himself.
Though global leaders came and went, the Cold War continued through the atrocities of the Vietnam War to the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.
In the summer of 1945, the world celebrated as the atrocities of WWII were left behind. But with new global leaders rising up, a new war was beginning.
1947 and the world is at the mercy of its leaders with Truman, Ho Chi Minh, Staling and Mao Zedong each preparing to go to battle for the ultimate power.
September 1950, and the war against Communism was being fought across Asia. While a beaten Truman considers the bomb, Stalin increases his influence.
March 1953: Stalin is dead, and in Asia the heated conflicts are ending. But with foreign troops leaving the region, Ho Chi Minh formulates a new plan.