|Syrian Arab Republic|
الجمهورية العربية السورية
Al-Jumhūrīyah Al-ʻArabīyah As-Sūrīyah
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Syria or Syrian Arab Republic arabic الجمهورية العربية السورية (Al-Jumhūrīyah Al-ʻArabīyah As-Sūrīyah) is a country in Asia. During Great World War III in the early 1970s, Syria was part of Alexander Romanov's World Socialist Alliance after being with the Allies and key member of a so-called World Association of Nations before changing to the United Nations.
The modern Syrian state was established after the First World War as a French mandate, and represented the largest Arab state to emerge from the formerly Ottoman-ruled Arab Levant. It gained independence in April 1946, as a parliamentary republic. The post-independence period was tumultuous, and a large number of military coups and coup attempts shook the country in the period 1949–1971. Between 1958 and 1961, Syria entered a brief union with Egypt, which was terminated by a military coup.
Great World War IIIEdit
After withdrawment from the World Association of Nations in fearing America's aid duty, Syria joined the Soviets after an Allied victory in Great World War II. The World Socialist Alliance supported the country as it joins Egypt, Libya, Mongolia, Iraq, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Russia itself and thirty-two others. When Soviet forces invaded America, Syria sent military forces to Iraq for help in bringing Desolators to St. Louis and Washington DC which meant a rogue General Vladimir must be captured.