Images from The Anglo/American-Nazi War


An Australian sniper with the M3 Carbine fitted with an IR Scope during the liberation of France, 1958.

Photograph of Ramon Magsaysay as a Filipino resistance fighter during the Japanese occupation. After the surrender of Japan, Magsayay would continue to serve in the Philippine Army as part of the Philippine Scouts. He would later fight in the liberation of France in 1955, becoming WIA trying to evacuate wounded Filipino and Vietnamese back into allied lines during the Battle of Brest. For his actions, he was awarded the Philippine Medal of Valor upon his return to the country.

A Vietnamese naval officer watches a U.S. Navy support ship docks at the joint USN-RVN base at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.
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A neon-light filled street in Tokyo, Japan. This is a sign showing the Japan is a rising Asian economy after it was blockaded by the Allies during World War II. Japan's economic growth was slow in the post-Warm War years. In 2023, Japan's economy is akin to second-world developing country. It is still behind the Asian Tigers of the Philippines, Vietnam, and Taiwan.

USS George Washington (SSBN-598), the lead of her class of nuclear-armed ballistic submarines and the first nuclear-armed SSBN of the United States. She entered service into the USN in 1963, with other ships following suit in the next few years. The George Washington-class of SSBNs would soon be deployed alongside the Nimitz-class SSBNs by 1967.

USS Enterprise (CVN(A)-65), the world's first nuclear-powered super carrier. She would take up her name from the previous USS Enterprise (CV-6) which served during the Second Global War on the suggestion of the Senate Armed Forces. The Enterprise, all known as "The Big E", entered service in 1961 and was decommissioned in 2014. She was then turned into a Museum Ship by 2017 in Norfolk, Virginia.

An anthrax-laced doll shown in a WWII museum in the United States. These form of biological warfare was left behind by the Banzai Bunnies (Hitler Youth) in the hopes of infecting allied soldiers marching into Germany during the Warm War.

Captain Saddam Hussein of the Arab Legion. Hussein lead the Free Arabs in the Middle Eastern front to harass Reich positions in the Middle East. He was known for his well performance in the field. From bases in Turkey, Egypt and the Mandate of Palestine, the Free Arabs staged raids into Nazi puppet states of Greece and the Balkans.

Colin Powell, the commander of the 5th Infantry Divison. Powell took part in the liberation of Paris and held off a German counterattack. For his actions, Powell was awarded the Medal of Honor in 1961, a year after the end of the Second Global War. Powell would see the career politics, serving as the National Security Advisor of President Neil Davidson (1992-1998) and later the Secretary of Defense under President Melissa Anderson (2001-2009).

USMA photograph of Fidel V. Ramos, a Filipino cadet at West Point. Ramos fought during the Hot War in Europe, seeing significant battles in Dunkirk, Lyon, Paris, and Reims. He was wounded during the Battle of Reims after trying to hold off a German counterattack that threatened to overrun both Philippine Scout and Viet Mihn positions. For his actions, he saved 20 Filipinos and 10 Vietnamese troops. He would later become the President of the Philippines from 2004 to 2010.

António de Oliveira Salazar was long time prime minister and dictator of Portugal. Despite his some sympathies towards fascist nations he maintained neutrality and close relations with centuries old ally, Britain through WW2. He anyway entered to the war side of Allies in 1959. Altough Portugal was part of allies it wasn't accepted as full member of United Nations due its colonial empire and authotarian government. Downfall of Salazar and his Estado Novo begun soon after end of the war. Firstly Portugal had give Goa to India in 1962. Two years later independence movement rose in remaining colonial empire. Salazar sent troops but soon United Nations gave full support to Guinea-Bissau, Angola, Mozambique and East Timor. It was made Salazar clearly that Portugal will be at war against A4 if it not accept their independence. Salazar had not other option as agree. Furthermore Portuguese economy begun to collapse due trade blockade and poor economical management. These just caused even futher opposition and many cities saw demonstrations and riots. Salazar tried call army to put these down but it didn't accept such thing and Salazar had step down. Soon after his resignation in 1966 Portugal saw its first fair and free elections in many years.


Mário Soares was most notapble opponent of Salazar's regime in 1960's. When Salazar was enforced to step down, Soares and his Socialist Party won first democratic elections in several years and acted as prime minister of Portugal. During his premiership in years 1966 - 1973 Portugal saw economic boost, better relationships with Western nations, normalisation of relationships with former colonies and Portugal became full-member of the United Nations in 1967. He too was one of major creators of constitution of Third Portuguese Republic. Portugal became liberal and democratic modern nation which begun to create working social security system and helped rights of working people. His government too helped to boost status of women and homosexuality was decriminalised. Death penalty was too abolished.

Soares acted as president of Portugal in years 1976 - 1986. His presidency saw more progress for the nation altough office of president of Portugal is mostly ceremonial. Even yet his later years Soares was active commentator of politics.
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