A secret pact is concluded between the Philosophers that deals with the construction of world order after the Axis Powers are defeated. The American, Chinese, and the Russian factions of the Philosophers pool their assets in order to secure victory in the war and agree to distribute them after the end of the war.
The Katyn Forest Massacre. Joseph Stalin orders the NKVD to execute 20,000 Polish soldiers near the Katyn Forest, Western Ukraine, and Belarus. Yevgeny Borisovitch Volgin takes part in the massacre. The Wehrmacht later stumble upon 4,000 of the dead soldiers at Katyn Forest, and immediately blame the Soviet Union, only for the Soviets to blame Germany instead.
Acting on false information from the Soviet Union, The Boss is sent to Los Alamos to assassinate alleged Nazi saboteur, John von Neumann. Distracted by her newly discovered pregnancy, The Boss is wounded and falls into a coma for three months.
D-Day: The Allied Forces dispatch the Cobra Unit into Normandy, to partake in a mission to destroy V2 missile installations. The Boss gives birth to Adamska (Ocelot), with The Sorrow as the father. The baby is eventually taken by the Philosophers.
In the aftermath of World War II, Boris Volgin, the man who was in charge of laundering the Philosophers' funds, monopolizes their assets during the postwar chaos. The Philosophers' Legacy is dispersed and laundered through banks in countries across the world, including Switzerland, Austria, and Hong Kong. It will later fall into the hands of his son.
^Metal Gear Rising Revengeance, Kojima Productions/Platinum Games (2013).
^Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain ("Truth: The Man Who Sold the World" Ending timeline), Kojima Productions (2015).
^Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Kojima Productions (2010). Ocelot was born on June 6, 1944, and it was revealed that The Boss had recently discovered she was pregnant before the mission and had a three month coma and another three months to completely recover.