Wow, Japan's fortunes were all over the place in this. Mostly bad for them, though.
Many of them are indeed angry.The German population is not going to like this deal. The Kaiserreichs day’s might be numbered unless they do something fast.
Yeah, though Romania got a good deal.As always, Eastern Europe gets screwed over.
They currently have produced a second bomb, though they will now have trouble with producing more as the bombs are being produced and tested in Africa. German military leadership is currently trying to figure out if they should use their bomb against Russia or one of their western enemies.How would a nuclear armed Germany run by militarist radicals respond to an allied invasion of its territory ?
I think a couple more European cities are going to be irradiated by the time this kerfuffle is over.
[Warning: bad joke follows]Hello AH.com! This is my second attempt at a TL about William Jennings Bryan. I started the other one while over four years ago and I know a lot more about history now than I did then.
For me, William Jennings Bryan is one the most fascinating figures in American history and I'm surprised he isn't explored in depth on this website. He had some ideas that I think were good, and others that I think were bad. With this timeline I hope to explore what might have been if the election of 1896 had gone differently. While the POD is 1896, most of this timeline will take place during the 20th century, and therefore I am posting this in the After 1900 forum.