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When the next ‘world war’ happens: A ‘world wars’ timeline

World War II and the Cold War, which were fought over the course of two decades, are coming to an end. 

But this isn’t the end of the story.

Here’s a timeline of some of the more significant moments in World War Two.

The first war in which we are witnessing The war between the United States and the Soviet Union was fought on August 7, 1939, when the Soviet Army attacked Poland, a NATO member.

In June, 1939 Hitler launched a surprise invasion of the Soviet-held Baltic states of Latvia and Estonia, with the aim of annexing the Baltic states and forcing a negotiated peace.

The United States responded with a massive invasion of Soviet-occupied Poland on June 15, 1939.

This was the start of what would become known as the “Great Patriotic War” (GPR), which lasted from November 1, 1939 to March 11, 1940.

After Germany lost the war, the Soviet and American governments were in agreement that they would end the war peacefully.

The United States declared war on Russia on March 15, 1941, but did not formally declare war on the Soviet Empire until March 27, 1941.

On April 5, 1941 the United Nations adopted the Monroe Doctrine, which stated that “all belligerent powers should cease hostilities, and that all belligerents should make good their past commitments to cease hostilities and cease all hostilities.”

This declaration gave the United Kingdom and the United State the right to strike the Soviet forces in the Baltics, and the European countries and the British Empire were the first to sign the agreement.

A US naval task force landed in the Baltic Sea on July 1, 1941 to protect the US Naval base at Sevastopol.

During World War I, the United Sates fought in a number of campaigns against the Ottoman Empire.

One of these campaigns was the Battle of the Marne.

Although the U.S. Navy was defeated at the battle of the sea, General George Washington and other Allied commanders decided to go on to occupy the German-occupied Adriatic and North Sea and to eventually form the United Powers.

In July, 1917, the U