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Righteous Among the Nations Oskar and Emilie Schindler.

During the war, Oskar opened several enamelware and ammunitions factories in Czechoslovakia. Hiring Jewish workers initially as free labor, he eventually ended up protecting them upon seeing the cruelty of the Nazis. Eventually when the Anglo-Jewish army liberated Czechoslovakia, he was captured and tried but quickly acquitted after the testimonies of his workers who related how he put his life in danger to protect them.

The Schindlers moved to Hamburg where they continued to amass a small but considerable fortune in factories and warehouses.
During the Second Arabian War, the couple was one of the most vocal voices of support for Israel in Germany. In 1962 they were declared Righteous Among the Nations and invited to plant a tree in their honour in Jerusalem.

They lived peacefully and pleasantly for the rest of their lives. Oskar died in 1974 and Emilie in 2001, both were buried in Jerusalem according to their wishes with all honors.

A Playetation 4 copy of the 2020 hit FPS Call of Duty Modern Warfare. A reboot of the early 2000s hit franchise, Modern Warfare is set in Syria, and involves a CIA hunt for a dangerous Neo-Baathist terrorist leader named Khaled Al-Asad. The hunt is complicated by a Turkish invasion and a Russian-United Nations peacekeeping mission led by General Barkov. The game would be banned in Turkey due to its highly unflattering, borderline racist depction of the Turkish army as an army of thugs (a lot of the in-game Turkish actions are drawn from the previous year’s invasion of Syria by Turkey). On the other hand, its multiplayer would be highly praised, and the game became an overnight bestseller in Russia due to its refreshing portrayal of good-guy Russians, with Konstantin Lovayish’s portayal of the honorable-but-firm General Barkov being singled out in particular.

Hearts of Iron IV, a World War II-era grand strategy computer wargame developed by Paradox Development Studio and published by the Swedish videogame company Paradox Interactive. The game allows the player to play as any number of nations during the era of World War II and to play with historical paths or with a number of different ahistorical/alternate history paths through the focus tree of any given nation. The game has six different ideologies for all nations; Democracy, Socialism, Fascism, Communism, National Socialism and Despotism. The game has a number of different start date scenarios; January 1, 1930 [1], January 1, 1936, August 1, 1939 [2] and November 1, 1943 [3].

[1] One ahistorical and alternate history focus available from the 1930 start date is to have Mussolini be assassinated in 1932 by Roberto Giovanna or barely surviving the event without the intervention of Issac Carpi, which can lead to Italy allying with Germany and forming an "Axis Powers" faction.
[2] Just before the German invasion of Poland and the start of World War II.
[3] Just before the German invasion of Hungary and Italy and the entrance of the Roman Alliance into the World War II.
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Carlo Tresca (March 9, 1879-September 14, 1951), the Italian-American newspaper editor, orator, labor organizer and a leader of the Industrial Workers of the World during the 1910s. Tresca was a staunch opponent of Benito Mussolini and Italian Fascism, Joseph Stalin and Stalinist Communism, and infiltration of the mafia into the trade union movement. After the entry of Italy and the Roman Alliance on the side of the Allies in World War II, Tresca still opposed Mussolini, as was as Stalin, stating in his anti-fascist newspaper Il Martello that "Both men are ruthless tyrants, even if they try to wash their hands of blood by being on the right side of the war." While Tresca praised Mussolini for his saving of many European Jews, he still stated that "He only does such things to cynically hide his misdeeds." Along with Slovenian-American author Louis Adamic, he helped spread awareness about the Italian Rape of Ljubljana, including in Il Martello. In mid-1944, while under police surveillance, the FBI threatened to deport Tresca back to Italy if he continued to speak out and write against America's allies of Italy and the Soviet Union, on the condition he would be allowed to resume doing so after the war came to an end. As a result, Tresca reluctantly stopped speaking out and writing against the Italian and Soviet regimes and temporarily stopped publication of Il Martello.

After the end of the war in 1945, Tresca began re-publishing Il Martello and continued to criticize Fascist Italy and the Soviet Union. In a 1948 issue of Il Martello, Tresca harshly repudiated Stalin for the nuking of Warsaw, stating that "Joseph Stalin is a madman and an archenemy of mankind no different from Adolf Hitler." Tresca was initially a supporter of President Wallace, but he began to turn against him somewhat when his friendliness towards the Soviet Union became apparent, and he wrote numerous articles critical of Wallace in Il Martello. Nevertheless, he supported Wallace against accusations that he was a Soviet spy or that members of his administration were Soviet agents, the latter claim which would eventually be proven false much to the dismay of Tresca. In 1949 and 1950, Tresca wrote many articles condemning the Italian government for their support of Revisionist Zionism and their giving assistance to Israel with the expulsion of Arabs from Palestine and Jordan. In one article he stated "The Italian fascists are only assisting the Jewish people for their own selfish ends, and the Israeli nation has fell under their sinister influence as shown through their actions against the Arab people." Tresca also claimed that the Isreali government has little more than a "Fascist dictatorship pretending to be a democracy" and the Isreali government was "acting no better than those who persecuted them for centuries." This led to claims from many Jewish groups in New York City than Tresca was an anti-Semite, a claim he fervently denied. Still, many Jewish groups boycotting his newspaper. When Mussolini visited the United States in 1949, Tresca led numerous protests against the dictator, whom of which turned violent between anti-fascist Americans of all ethnicities, including Italian, Irish, WASP, Jewish, German, Greek, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Serbian, African-American, Puerto Rican, Albanian, among others, and Italian-American supporters of Mussolini and members of the Mafia. With the fall of Wallace, leftist politics in America suffered a heavy setback, and despite his criticism of Wallace, Tresca's denial of Soviet agents in the White House even after the firing of J. Edgar Hoover would prove to be his downfall, and him and his newspaper was largely discredited amongst Left-wing Americans and Italian-Americas. As a result the newspaper shut down in January, 1950.

On the night of September 14, 1951, the 72 year-old Tresca was found dead in his apartment in New York City from an apparent suicide, with his body in pajamas on the floor with a noose around his neck and a number of bruises. The death was ruled a suicide, but some believed that his death was a homicide. To this day, his death remains a mystery, but many people believe that if he was murdered his murder was committed by the Mafia, most likely the Bonanno crime family, which previously tried to unsuccessfully assassinate him in 1943. Some have even suggested that the hypothetical murder was done by the Mafia in collaboration with agents of the Italian OVRA, but this has also never been proven.
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John F. Kennedy (1915 - 1978)

John "Jack" F. Kennedy served during WW2 on American navy. Later he followed his older brother Joseph to politics and was elected to House of Representatives in 1952 and to senate in 1960. He was staunch opposer of communism and quiet critical over fascism. Him had too some sympathy towards civil right movement altough supported Arlington Agreement between Republicans and Freedomites. In 1972 Kennedy run as president. But despite of his famous surname he failed on that. Furthermore incumbent president George Corley was quiet popular and JFK's own scandals didn't help him. There was too rumors him using strong medicines and claims of his actually weak health which Kennedy quiet succesfully hided. After defat on '72 election Jack Kennedy withdraw from politics and returned to his home state Massachusetts deal with the family's business. JFK's son John F. Kennedy Jr. is one of most notable businessmen on New England.

Robert F. Kennedy (1925 - 2007)

Like his other brothers RFK too participated to politics. He was pretty notable person on Massachusetts politics. He acted as governor of the state in years 1965 - 1971. In 1970 he was elected to US Senate. He was quiet progressive and supported several social programs in Senate and was strong opposer of Freedomites. As leader of in years 1977 - 1987 he supported president Edward Brooke aggressively and gained nickname "Brooke's attack dog". RFK was several times asked seek presidency in 1988 and 1992 elections but he refused due his older brother JFK's failure. Kennedy served in senate until his death in 2007.

Edward M. Kennedy (1932 - 2017)

Least succesful politician of Kennedy Brothers. Unlike his older brothers Edward didn't succeed on Republican Party. His party comraders saw him being too leftist for them and joined soon to Democratic Party. His best success was electing to city council of Boston and even there he didn't last very long and he managed do only some small things like getting more money to local schools. In 1984 and 1988 he was Democreat president candidate but he got only very few of success and not any electrotate vote altough he still got more popular votes than other Democrat candidates since 1952 election.

Famous Russian Jewish poet and author Boris Pasternak (1890 - 1963)

Pasternak was pretty famous and popular during 1920's and 1930's. Altough he was under watch of Soviet officials Stalin anyway favored him, probably because he translated several Georgian classics to Russian. But duirng 1940's Pasternak got to disfavor of Stalin. He was arrested at early stages of Second Holocaust but was allowed move to Israel in 1952. He published memoirs about his years on gulags in 1953 and got y Noberl Award in Literature. His book is one of best sources on Second Holocaust. Pasternak became soon one of most notable authors of Israel. He died in 1963 and is buried to National Cemetery of Mt. Herzl which is reserved only to most notable Israelis and presidents of Israel.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918 - 2008)

He was famous author and historian, who occassionally critised Soviet system and was sentenced to prison, gulags and internal expulsion to Central Asia. He managed anyway smuggle several of his books to the West where them became popular and helped rise anti-communist feelings. When Soviet Union collapsed in 1972, Malenkov pardoned him and allowed him return to Moscow. During post-Soviet years Solzhenitsyn became notable person on Russian literature and he got Nobel Award in Literature in 1974. Solzhenitsyn commented much post-Soviet Russian politics but was much more favorable towards Tolstyism than Marxism. He wrote several books about Soviet Union and some of them are too filmed.
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The wasteland that was once Addis Ababa photographed in 1980, 10 years after the destruction of the city by an hydrogen bomb. It would take another 10 years for radiation levels to drop to safer levels for human life. The new capital was inaugurated in 1999 just before the new millennium.

Screenshot from a version of Black, Blue & Burgundy III, the Paradox Interactive Grand Strategy game set in the Cold War and the Cool War and up to the New Millennium, modded to have all historical flags. The game offers the option to play all indipendent powers of the 1946-2000 period, though a lot of countries' imaginery is censored (with the Chinese version containing the least amount) and with several still-living historical figures replaced by fictionalized equivalents. The game's combat is rather similar to Hearts of Iron, thought it is far less complex, as the biggest focus is on cultural and technological developments and overall empire-keeping/alliance-building, with a rather complex economical model that was used as basis for Europa Universalis: Steam Age's own system. The game offers five start dates, 19th of January 1946 (Formal start of the Chinese War), 28th of March 1956 (Start of the Second Arab War), 15th of March 1963 (Death of Mussolini), 1st of May 1969 (Start of the End of the Islamic State of arabia), 8th of August 1985 (Start of the Homeland War). Each one presents challanges and an as-accurate-as-possible view of the situation.

Due to the touchiness of the subject of the Second Arab War, in Israel the game had to be heavily altered: in the first installment the UAR straight-up didn't exist, and was replaced by a fictional Union of Islamic States that had no access to Weapons of Mass Destruction; in the second and third game, the UAR exists, but it can only use WMDs only if the "Advanced Pop Modeling" option is turned off (indeed, the game disallows WMDs at all if that option is set as active in all versions of the game) and in any case Aflaq is replaced by a fictional character. In former Comitern Countries, the first game was left unreleased due to the amount of work needed to make them pass the strict anti-communist imaginery and anti-communsit apologia laws, the second game merely had a flag-changing mod that also changed the leaders' names, and the third game went on to make the Comitern a joke altogether, by basically presenting the alliance as a dysfunctional mess that cannot be properly played by the AI and has no point to be played by a human (though this has been criticized as both somewhat disrespectful and patronizing, so pirate mods changing to the international model are passed around too). Genocides are left unmodeled in the Italian, Israeli, "Comitern" and Indian versions; and all versions change the Hammer&Sickle and the Shadada into the Red Star and Allah's name in Arabic respectively.

Lesser coat of arms of the Organizzazione per la Vigilanza e la Repressione dell'Antifascismo or OVRA (Organization for Vigilance and Repression of Anti-Fascism).​

One of the foremost intelligence agencies during the Cold War and Cool War, the OVRA was the dreaded secret police of the Kingdom of Italy throughout the Fascist Period of Italy’s history, though it is only called that by those outside Italy (in Italy the time from 1922 to 1979 is known as the “One Party Era”). Throughout its fifty-two years of operation, OVRA proved itself to be a force to be reckon with and an absolute terror to enemies of the One Party State which first only included socialists, communists, other anti-fascist dissidents whether they be leftist or not but came to encompass Italian national socialists or Italians that were seen as pro-German after the Nazi invasion of northern Italy and the Roman Alliance’s entrance into the Second World War on the side of the Allied Powers. It was also during Italy’s entrance into the war that Italy’s equivalent of the German Abwehr the Servizio Informazioni Militare/SIM or Military Information Service (founded in 1900) was absorbed into OVRA. Before and during the First and Second Arabian Wars, OVRA agents trained their counterparts in the-then nascent Israeli Mossad. In the Third Italo-Ethiopian War, called the Abyssinia/Ethiopia War in Italy, the OVRA brutally suppressed rebel sympathies.

When the One Party Era ended, many of OVRA’s most notorious members were put on trial and subsequently thrown into the jail and the organisation split into two successor organisations – the Servizio Informazioni Militare was reestablished with the remainder of OVRA being renamed the Organizzazione di Pubblica Sicurezza (OPS) or Public Security Organisation.

Arturo Bocchini, Chief of Police - General Director of Public Security and head of OVRA from its founding until his death from a stroke in 1949.​
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Roberto Farinacci (October 16, 1892-Janaury 10, 1944), an important Italian fascist politician in the PNF before World War II who was infamous within the Italian government for his ardent anti-Semitism and pro-German views. After Mussolini rescued numerous European Jews, much to the protest of Farinacci, and after the Kingdom of Italy went to war with Nazi Germany in December, 1943, Farinacci was arrested by agents of the OVRA for sending telegrams to the Foreign Ministry in Berlin asking for a ceasefire between the two nations. He was then convicted of treason in a brief trail and was executed by firing squad in Rome on January 10, 1944. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered in the Mediterranean Sea.


Harry Turtledove, the famous American alternate history novelist. One of his most famous works is the Timeline -191 or Southern Victory series of books, among other series of novels.

One other series of novels he wrote was the Tripartite series of novels, which tell the story of a world where Benito Mussolini was successfully assassinated on July 14,1932 and succeeded by as Duce by Emilio De Bono, only to be deposed in a coup and replaced as Duce by the pro-German Roberto Farinacci, leading to Italy forming the Axis Powers with Germany and Japan and going to war with the Allies in 1940. The book is told through numerous POV characters from Italy, America, Germany, France, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, among others.

The first book The Black Aquila (2015) has and intro about the aforementioned assassination and coup and deals with Italy entering the war in 1940, Spain entering the war in 1941 and up until the Allied invasion of Italy and Spain in 1943. The second book The Ultimate Climax(2016) deals with the Allied invasion of Italy and Spain, the deposition and execution of Duce Farinacci by Field Marshall Giovanni Messe and the RegioEsercito, the surrender of Italy to the Allies, the Normandy landings of 1944, the successful assassination of Hitler and Wehrmacht Coup in 1944 and the end of the war in 1945. The third book The Parting of the Clouds(2017) deals with the aftermath of the war, the Allied occupation of Germany, the new democratic era in Italy under the socialist Prime Minister Pietro Nenni, the new democratic era in Spain, the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe, also including Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Albania, Yugoslavia, Austria and Greece, and a cliffhanger ending with the start of the Arab-Israeli War in 1947. The Fourth Book New Pathways (2018) deals with the Arab-Israeli War which ends in an Israeli defeat and a Jewish refugee crisis, the beginning of the Turkish War in 1949, which ends in 1952 in a stalemate and the Soviet Holocaust and survival of Joseph Stalin. The books ends in 1955 as tensions escalate between the Democratic Treaty Organization and the Leningrad Pact over communist North China led by Zhou Enlai and nationalist South China led by Chaing Kai-Shek, with a diplomatic crisis starting over the USSR placing nuclear weapons in Korea and the USA sending nuclear weapons to Japan and Sweden in retaliation. With the Korean Nuclear Crisis about to begin, the novel ends on a cliffhanger. The final book in the series A New Peace (2019), takes place at different times between 1960 and 1980, dealing with numerous events, starting with the death of Stalin in 1960 and ending with the fall of the Soviet Union and end of the Cold War in 1980. Events that occur in the intervening twenty years include the rise of the Second State of Israel, the South African Civil War, among others.
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One of last photos of Stalin Museum in Gori, Georgia, Stalin's birth city. It included Stalin's birth house and much of information and photos about Stalin, of course such way which suited to Stalinist propaganda. Soon after collapse of Soviet Union 1972 Georgian government gave order demolish museum and Stalin's birth house. In 1984 on the place wa<s built museum which tells about history of Georgia under Soviet regime.

The statue of Joseph Stalin that once stood in Stalin's hometown of Gori, Georgia in an abandoned airfield outside of Gori, where it was dumped shortly after the independence of the Republic of Georgia in 1972. In 1973, after a year of lying abandoned, the statue was smelted down by Georgian authorities.


An icon of St. Alexander Men, a Saint in the Russian Orthodox church. Born to a Jewish family in Moscow, Men was secretly baptized into the underground Russian Orthodox Church as an infant of six months old. When Men was six years old, his father Volf Gersh-Leybovich (Vladimir Grigoryevich) was arrested by the NVKD and his father spent more than a year under surveillance and was then sent to labor in the Ural Mountains until the end of WWII in Europe in 1944. In 1950, when Men was fourteen, the family was arrested by the NKVD for their Jewish ethnicity (despite being practicing Christians) and sent to the Vortuka Gulag during the Second Holocaust, where the family suffered immensely, all Men giving himself and his family hope through their faith. However, his parents died of malnutrition in 1952. After Khrushchev came to power in 1953, the Vortuka Gulags were opened up and Men returned to Moscow, where he began doing odd jobs and studying at seminary. Men became a priest in the Russian Orthodox Church in 1960 and over the years became an influential local leader amongst the Russian Orthodox community of Moscow, which suffered under the Atheist and anti-religious government of the Soviet Union. In 1967, he was arrested on the orders of Premier Mikhail Suslov for "spreading seditious literature" and served a year in prison, after which he continued his activities without fear. After Malenkov converted to Russian Orthodoxy, he began to meet with Father Men in Moscow and the two got along very well and became very well connected. After the fall of the Soviet Union and the rise of Malenkov and the Tolstoyists, Men was allowed to preach publicly for all Russians to hear. During the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, he toured all of Russia and other Orthodox countries spreading the word of God and Tolstoyist Christian values. He also meet with other important non-Orthodox Christian and religious figures, such as the Pope. He avidly supported making Malenkov a Saint in 1999. On July 1, 2010, Men died peacefully in his sleep in his home in Moscow of natural causes. He was made a Russian Orthodox Saint in 2012.
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Yes. Also, Malenkov is the Prime Minister of the Divine Mandate of Siberia, while Andrei Gromyko is the Authoritarian Socialist leader of Orenburg.
And speaking of Vyatka, I imagine the NTS being Burgundian-supported would be cut with the role of "Burgundian agents" falling to Bunyachenko.

Staff sergeant Robert Keeshan, better known as “Captain Kangaroo”. Keeshan entered the United States Marine Corps too late to serve in the Second World War, but was reactivated when the U.S. entered the Chinese War. He would see action throughout the war, and was injured during the Battle of Canton. After the war, he would become famous due to the show “Captain Kangaroo”, which was a children’s television show run by CBS. He was especially popular with Chinese-Americans due to the fact that he often told Chinese folk tales during his storytime segments. The show would be one of the longest-running, starting in 1955 and ending in 1984. He would also appear on Mister Rogers Neighborhood, run by retired Army Chaplin Fred Rogers.
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Russian soldiers during a training exercise near Perm. Since the fall of the Soviet Union and the adoption of neutrality, the army has been reformed into a defense force with small, mobile units prepared for the defense of the country. Although it is important to clarify that Russia has good relations with all its neighboring nations.