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# 1FallenXE Nov 17 2016, 00:49 AM
Continuing on the recent string of articles on Red Alert coinciding with its 20th Anniversary, the website Sci-Fi Addicts have recently published an article discussing on the plausibility of the timeline as seen in the game as well as the techonological advancements that were featured in it.

From nuclear weapons to TV and Jet Fighters, a large number of the advancements seen in the game along with the plausibility of a war conducted by a Soviet Union not constrained by Nazi Germany against the Allies is also discussed in detail in the article, an excerpt of which can be seen below:

According to the opening scene for the Allied campaign, the game begins in “present day.” We assume that means 1996, which reflects the title’s release date. The problem here is that two of the game’s biggest characters, Albert Einstein and Joseph Stalin, were long dead by then. Stalin died in 1952 and Einstein followed shortly after, in 1955. Even if Hitler had been destroyed, this wouldn’t have affected the lifespans of Stalin or Einstein. So, for the sake of argument, let’s pretend the game takes place in 1939, the year that World War II officially started
Source: Sci-Fi Addict

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