Based on the 1943 plans for post-war confederation recommended by Joachim von Ribbentrop, with implementation beginning in 1944.  


Unified during World War II under German leadership, the European alliance controls both the most advanced, industrialised region of the world (the European landmass, stretching from the Atlantic in the West and to the Russian steppe in the East) as well as some of the most resource-rich regions (the African landmass, either united with, settled by or controlled by European powers).

Members of the European allianceEdit

  1. Germany
  2. Denmark
  3. Sweden
  4. Norway
  5. Netherlands
  6. Great Britain
  7. Italy
  8. France
  9. Spain
  10. Portugal
  11. Finland
  12. Hungary
  13. Romania
  14. Greece
  15. Bulgaria
  16. Ireland
  17. Switzerland
  18. Croatia
  19. Montenegro
  20. Serbia
  21. Slovakia
  22. Albania
  23. Macedonia
  24. Monaco
  25. Turkey