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* '''March 4''': The [[Cattenom]] nuclear power plant in [[France]] suffers total failure of both primary and secondary cooling systems (3:58 a.m.), followed by core meltdown (9:31 p.m.), core breach (10:05 p.m.) and eventually the explosion of power plant block 2 (10:08 p.m.). Official reports state that 37,241 people were killed immediately; the death toll will reach 135,728 by [[2045]]. The contaminated areas are later declared the [[Saar-Lorraine-Luxembourg Special Administrative Zone]] (SOX).
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* '''March 4''': The [[Cattenom]] nuclear power plant in [[France]] suffers total failure of both primary and secondary cooling systems (3:58 a.m.), followed by core meltdown (9:31 p.m.), core breach (10:05 p.m.) and eventually the explosion of power plant block 2 (10:08 p.m.). Official reports state that 37,241 people were killed immediately; the death toll will reach 135,728 by [[2045]]. The contaminated areas are later declared the [[Saar-Lorraine-Luxembourg Special Administrative Zone]] (SOX).<ref>{{src|gsb}} pg. 22</ref>
* '''April 7:''' King [[Charles III]] is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
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* '''April 7:''' Charles, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, is crowned King Charles III of the [[United Kingdom]] at Westminster Abbey.<ref>{{src|lsb}} pg. 16</ref>
 
* '''April 29:''' As the chaos following the Cattenom catastrophe spreads throughout [[Germany]], the military declares all parliaments and governments dissolved. A military council lead by [[Bundeswehr]] general [[Horst Stöckter]] assumes power.
 
* '''April 29:''' As the chaos following the Cattenom catastrophe spreads throughout [[Germany]], the military declares all parliaments and governments dissolved. A military council lead by [[Bundeswehr]] general [[Horst Stöckter]] assumes power.
 
* '''May 4:''' Bavarian resistance to martial law in [[Germany]] ends.
 
* '''May 4:''' Bavarian resistance to martial law in [[Germany]] ends.
* '''May 5:''' [[United Oil]] receives rights to 25% of national parklands and 10% of Indian lands.
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* '''May 5:''' United Oil Industries receives the oil rights to one-quarter of the remaining national parks and one-tenth of the remaining Native American reservations in the United States.<ref>{{src|swa}} pg. 18</ref><ref>{{src|nan1}} pgs. 73-74</ref>
* '''September 28:''' The [[Sovereign American Indian Movement]] (SAIM) seizes the Shiloh launch facility in Montana. Delta Team retakes the site, but not before the terrorists launch a Lone Eagle ICBM at [[Russia]]. The missile disappears en route to its target.
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* '''September 18:''' The Lone Eagle Incident. A SAIM commando force takes control of the Shiloh Launch Facility in northwest Montana. The raiders issue an ultimatum: return all the stolen land or they launch the Lone Eagle ICBMs.<ref>''Ibid.'' 3</ref><ref>''Ibid.'' 4</ref>
* '''October 19:''' The Re-Education and Relocation Act (Nepean Act in Canada) allows the federal government to round up and detain Native Americans with any connections to SAIM. This internment will spare Native Americans the worst of [[VITAS]].
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* '''September 28:''' After a ten-day standoff, US Armed Forces retake the Shiloh Launch Facility, but not before SAIM launches a Lone Eagle toward [[Russia]]. Although the US President warns his Russian counterpart, the missile disappears over the Arctic Circle.<ref>''Ibid.'' 3</ref><ref>''Ibid.'' 4</ref>
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* '''October 19:''' In response to the Lone Eagle Incident, the Re-education and Relocation Act is passed in the United States, ordering all Natives with the remotest connection to SAIM to detention centers. In Canada, the Nepean Act is passed, legitimizing internment camps for First Nations while dismantling the Inuit territory of Nunavut.<ref>''Ibid.'' 3</ref><ref>''Ibid.'' 4</ref>
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  • March 4: The Cattenom nuclear power plant in France suffers total failure of both primary and secondary cooling systems (3:58 a.m.), followed by core meltdown (9:31 p.m.), core breach (10:05 p.m.) and eventually the explosion of power plant block 2 (10:08 p.m.). Official reports state that 37,241 people were killed immediately; the death toll will reach 135,728 by 2045. The contaminated areas are later declared the Saar-Lorraine-Luxembourg Special Administrative Zone (SOX).[1]
  • April 7: Charles, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, is crowned King Charles III of the United Kingdom at Westminster Abbey.[2]
  • April 29: As the chaos following the Cattenom catastrophe spreads throughout Germany, the military declares all parliaments and governments dissolved. A military council lead by Bundeswehr general Horst Stöckter assumes power.
  • May 4: Bavarian resistance to martial law in Germany ends.
  • May 5: United Oil Industries receives the oil rights to one-quarter of the remaining national parks and one-tenth of the remaining Native American reservations in the United States.[3][4]
  • September 18: The Lone Eagle Incident. A SAIM commando force takes control of the Shiloh Launch Facility in northwest Montana. The raiders issue an ultimatum: return all the stolen land or they launch the Lone Eagle ICBMs.[5][6]
  • September 28: After a ten-day standoff, US Armed Forces retake the Shiloh Launch Facility, but not before SAIM launches a Lone Eagle toward Russia. Although the US President warns his Russian counterpart, the missile disappears over the Arctic Circle.[7][8]
  • October 19: In response to the Lone Eagle Incident, the Re-education and Relocation Act is passed in the United States, ordering all Natives with the remotest connection to SAIM to detention centers. In Canada, the Nepean Act is passed, legitimizing internment camps for First Nations while dismantling the Inuit territory of Nunavut.[9][10]

References

  1. o84296706Germany Sourcebook pg. 22
  2. o66933837London Sourcebook pg. 16
  3. o34954845Sixth World Almanac pg. 18
  4. o82435997Native American Nations Volume One pgs. 73-74
  5. Ibid. 3
  6. Ibid. 4
  7. Ibid. 3
  8. Ibid. 4
  9. Ibid. 3
  10. Ibid. 4
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