|World Association of Nations|
Council for Allied Nations
|Head of Government|
English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Turkish
1953 (turned into the United Nations as successor)
No longer existed
The World Association of Nations was the organization before its successor, the United Nations had tried to stop the Second World War from waging closer at the Soviet conquest of Europe. Most Allied nations, like America and Australia believed this as closer to Stalin's dream of ruling across the Atlantic Ocean to halving a coast of the Pacific Ocean. This was set up for other Allies across North America, the Pacific and Europe to stall an invasion by the Soviets on the European continent and overwhelming the interest of Soviet revolutions in Moscow, Stalin's main Command Center.
They were mentioned by Soviet Colonel, Nadia Zelenkov who was talking to Premier Josef Stalin about them. She said that they have began to join the Allied cause and force the Soviet Armed Forces back to Moscow. Stalin said "damn them to hell" and wants to incinerate them completely. After Zelenkov said that a truck convoy is left down the line towards Croatia, Stalin sent the Soviet Commander to the front and help the convoy reach its destination while under fire from units belonging to the Allied Forces.