|Asian Defense League|
League of Asian countries
|Head of Government|
Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Khalkha Mongolian, Urdu, Burmese, Lao and Khmer
1953 (turned into the World Socialist Alliance)
The Asian Defense League was another organisation that Soviet Premier, Joseph Stalin met its leaders to deal over global ties with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. This league of Asian nationals, bounds itself with moral impacts that Asia would be trusted by the Allies under Gunther Von Esling, a German officer who became the Supreme Allied Commander. Gradenko, who was to be like General Vladimir in the United States and General Krukov in Europe had invaded Asia for Stalin to having more land by capturing Mongolia and China. One other problem was both Vietnam and Pakistan. The affiliators wanted to join the Soviets, but it's unknown if they did join in. Like the World Democratic Society, the Asian Defense League was turned into the WSA by the 1960s.