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Battle of Shanghai
Ruins of Shanghai
The ruined city of Shanghai, housing a sprawling Chinese naval base
War Green China's Retaliation Wars
Previous Battle of Singapore, Battle of Nagasaki,Third Battle of Vladivostok
Concurrent .
Next .
Date October 8, 1969
Place Shanghai, China
Result Allied, Imperial, and Soviet victory
AlliedLogoThumbAllied Nations

EmpireLogoThumbEmpire of the Rising Sun

SovietLogoThumbSoviet Union

ChinaLogoThumbAtomic Kingdom of China
AlliedLogoThumbLydia Winters

EmpireLogoThumbTakara Sato

• Haruhiro Takai

SovietLogoThumbVera Belova

Bo Bingwen
• Mei Huang
Allied Pacific Fleet 1st Task Force
• 1 Habakkuk-class Seaborne Fortress
• 2 Von Esling-class Aircraft Carrier
ANV Republic
AVN Pericles
• 34 Dolphins
• 20 Hispanolia-class Patrol Boats/Hydrofoils
• 18 Michell-class Assault Destroyers
• 15 Payne-class Escort Frigates
• 4 Alert-class Icebreaker

Allied 3rd Peacekeeper Brigade

• 2,000 assorted soldiers
Allied 27th Armored Battalion
• 70 MBT-X8 Guardian Main Battle Tanks
• 50 Multigunner Infantry Fighting Vehicle Mk.II's
• 34 AuM-103 Icarus Self-Propelled Anti-Air Artilleries
•32 XMTB-66 Mirage Tanks
Allied 5th Artillery Detachment
• 30 FM-042c Horizon Light Artillery Vehicle
• 27 SATV-26S "Athena" Cannon Target Designator Vehicle
2nd Experimental Division Detachment
• 10 GAN 216-XT Rosen Bridging Mobile Space Folding Generators
• 10 XF-16 Fusion Torch Combat Systems
• 5 XAtAAA Barkhausen Microwave Projectors
• 1 EM-Ra9001-b2 Mobile Solar Amplification Platform
7th Airflight Squadron
• 30 F-11B Apollo Fighters
• 12 ISP-38C Swan Seaplane Artillery
• 20 TB-1GA Vindicator Bombers
• 3 ASM-1303 Pulsars

Imperial Pacific Fleet West Detachment

• 1 Takamori-class Aircraft Carrier
IJN Kanagawa
• 2 Shogun-class Battleships
IJN Kirimoto
IJN Kaga
• 25 Naginata-class Cruisers
• 40 Tsunami Seaborne Tanks
• 30 Fukiya-class Hovercrafts
• 30 Seawings

Imperial 3rd Expeditionary Force

• 1,500 assorted soldiers
• 40 Rocket Angels
• 37 Tanuki Vector Assaults
• 50 Tsunami Tanks
• 46 Kintaros
• 34 Wave-Force Artilleries
• 4 Mecha Nezumi/Tank Nezumi's
Imperial 1st Dedicated Air Squadron
• 32 Jet Tengus
• 10 Fujin Variable Strikers
• 25 Chopper-VX's
• 1 Masakari Drone Command

Soviet Pacific Fleet 1st Strike Force

• 2 Dreadnought-class Missile Cruisers
CCCP Vladivostok
• 4 Potemkin-class Battlecruisers
• 7 Manta-class Ekranoplans
• 12 Akula-class Attack Subs

Soviet Siberian Strike Force

• 3,000 assorted soldiers and drones
• 24 KDB-12 Scythes
• 40 KDB-14 Threshers
• 13 VDI-2X Leech Walkers
• 4 P-1 Alkonost Propaganda Walkers
• 38 PT-74 Flak Traktors
• 29 KDB-5 Sickle Patrol Walkers
• 44 V4 Rocket Launchers
18th Soviet Combined Air Squadron
• 14 Tu-24 Badger Strategic Bombers
• 40 Mikevich-Gurevoyan MiG-19E Jet Fighter
• 36 Ilyushin Il-8 Shturmovik Attack Planes
• 35 Krasna KA-65 "Twinblade"
Atomic Kingdom Recovery and Retaliation Post Shanghai
• 4 Space Elevators
• Assorted base structures in and around Shanghai
Radio Emplacements
Ray Turrets
Tractor Emplacements
Teleforce Cannons
Pull Turrets
Shield Towers

Combined Fleet of Retribution

• 3 Sea Hawk-class Infinite Battleships
AKSF Dingyuan
AKSF Zhenyuan
AKSF Jingyuan
• 10 Great Wing-class Ships
• 34 Qilin-class Ray Cruisers
• 21 Royal Gong Ship
• 18 Kun-class Ballistic Missile Submarines
• 40 Jiaolong-class Torpedo Ships
• 52 Ray-Sharks

Shanghai Post Defense Forces

Expeditionary Staging Battalion
• 7,000 Soldiers
• 142 Serpent Light Tanks
• 130 Nian Tanks
• 117 Swine Dig Tanks
• 120 Rooster Pull Tanks
• 80 Mobile Garrisons
• 100 Mantis War-Walkers
Expeditionary Atmospheric Fleet
• 140 Birds of Prey
• 50 Peng Streamer Planes
• 20 Defiance Flying Junks

Royal Guard Reinforcements

• 10 Mantis Alpha's
• 50 Nian Wasps
• 50 Serpent Spotters
• 80 Firework Queens
• 100 Noble Officers
• 40 Kite Warrior Officers
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Civilian casualties

Background Edit

Catastrophe. Three cities across three nations were bombed in a spectacular fashion. The Atomic Kingdom of China revealed itself to the world, and the world was horrified. For the next few months, chaos would ensue. The Chinese launched an invasion into Soviet Siberia, cutting the Union in two. Chinese forces descended from the Himalayan mountains and attacked India, causing chaos and making Allied operations difficult with India's large population. Finally, the Chinese continued with naval and aerial incursions into Japanese holdings and the mainland. Haruhiro himself would be there to lead counter attacks.

Any tension between the three world powers would subside within the months of fighting. A common enemy makes strange bed fellows. All three nations knew that a counter-attack was necessary, but did not how to do so and where. In late September, Imperial intelligence discovered that the Atomic Chinese moved into the ruins of Shanghai and built a massive military base in the area. It was from this base that the Chinese naval forces attacked the three cities. In a historic video conference, U Thant of the Allies, Emperor Kamina of the Imperials, and Cima Len Davidova of the Soviets all prepared a memorandum of cooperation against Atomic China. Their cooperation then trickled down to the military staff of the three nations. This is where things became difficult.

Each nation's force would be lead by a commander, and it just so happened that each available commander was a woman, but they had history. Haruhiro tagged along with Takara Sato, but was disappointed he was not officially leading the force, but he had a major part of it. Each of the three powers brought their own improvement for the upcoming battle. The Allies decided to utilise a massive Habakkuk-class seaborne fortress to coordinate everything. In an unprecedented move, all of the Allied, Soviet, and Imperial aircraft along with other forces shared this platform. The Allies also brought along a sizable force of vehicles from their chronosphere network. It was determined that Japanese forces would land first with Allied and Soviet landings close behind. Japanese forces have more variety with amphibious options anyways. The Soviets brought along a large number of coastal bombardment ships to strike the coast. The Chinese invasion of Siberia continued, and the soviets could only spare walker forces, and none of their famous tanks for the operation.

Force Composition Edit

Allied Nations Edit

The Allies brought the biggest variety of forces. Lydia Winters commanded from the massive Habakkuk-class Seaborne Fortress. From there, she could help coordinate Allied, Imperial, and Soviet aircraft and other forces. Also, a large contingent of Allied landing forces would use the seaborne fortress to disembark. Two aircraft carriers tagged along as well as a hearty detachment of the Allied pacific navy with other ships chronosphered in. The Allies could afford to bring in a large number of tanks and mechanized forces from the 27th Armored Battalion. Lydia Winters insisted on bringing her famed Athena Satellite vehicles, so a detachment of the 5th Artillery came along. Finally, Commander Serina Lars decided to send some of her experimental forces to help with the battle. The Solar Amplification Platform helping the most also being recently developed.

Empire of the Rising Sun Edit

The Imperials brought along a Takamori-class aircraft carrier which carried most of the Imperial fleet, however, a few imperial aircraft and forces were sent to the Habakkuk for cooperation purposes

Soviet Union Edit

=== Atomic Kingdom of China ===

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