The Third World War
The order was given. Mikhail Baryshnikov's armies were on the move, and had mowed down Europe's Kinuvi forces on their victorious march. The ground shook when they passed, and all obstructions bowed to the Federation's might. As soon as Baryshnikov held Europe, he moved for a more valuable prize- America.
There were a few small signs in the beginning- reports of unidentified underwater craft by the Kinuvi Navy. The massive silhouettes of Russian Typhoon-X ballistic missile submarines. Flyovers by Russian fighter jets. Then the Fleet arrived.
Cruisers came first, raining missiles on strategic targets. Then Moscow and her sisters appeared, launching sorties from their decks while protected by the mighty guns of the ancient Soviet-era Lenin-class battleships. 970 feet of steel weighing in at 300,000 tons, these were the epitome of Russia's policy- total annihilation. Then the Great Diplomat herself showed her bow in American waters- the Vladimir I. Lenin, with none oth