Images from the Footprint of Mussolini



Malcolm Little, leader of Black Fascist Party, speaking in Nashville Tennessee in 1955.



Black Fascist militia in 1950's. Their prime time was during American Troubles in 1950's. Their activity mostly ended by 1960's and BFP basically ceased from exist in 1970's. Even still nowadays there is some activist groups who claim being successor organisations of BFP but they are mainly very small and easily dealt by local police forces.



Ku Klux Klan marching in Georgia during American Troubles in 1950's. This was last time when organisation had any signifance but its activity became even more difficult after US government declared KKK as terrorist organisation in 1953. By 1960 the organisation was dissolved as several small hate groups and nowadays their successor organisations are pretty small and usually easily dealt by local police forces.
 
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Presidential Election 1952

NOTE: There wasn't any mention (at least I didn't find) about running mates for Connor and Humphrey. If you have more plausible ideas tell me.
 
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A plateful of spaghetti alla Massauana, spaghetti with tomato sauce containing berberè. A staple of Eritrean cuisine and one of the most famous dishes, alongside zighinì, the famous beef or chicken stew cooked in the aforementioned spices and served with a side of either mushed legumes or spinach on injeira bread (though the one served in mainland Italy and Lybia tends to be less sour than the original). Zighinì has become so popular, that some people fail to realize it wasn't a wholly Italian dish originally, and it's not uncommon to find "plain" Italian resturants elsewhere in the world serving zighinì alongside Bolognese or Carbonara.

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A traditional gattì (originally ga'at) as served in a restaurant in Tio. This dish, originally a savoury breakfast food for the plains Eritreans, has been adopted in Italy as a sweet dessert, usually filled with cream or chocolate, and can sometimes be found in bakeries. Other such examples of major adoptions or modifications of food from assimilated cultures in Italy include zighinì alla Romana ( in which the berberè stew is cooked with artichokes and eggs), ummo (hummus, with two variants: Fenicio and Ebraico, depending on whether it's made out of chickpeas or out of lentils), pasta alla giudaica (short pasta, usually penne, served with lamb sauce and a simple onion-leek soffritto).
 
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A plateful of spaghetti alla Massauana, spaghetti with tomato sauce containing berberè. A staple of Eritrean cuisine and one of the most famous dishes, alongside zighinì, the famous beef or chicken stew cooked in the aforementioned spices and served with a side of either mushed legumes or spinach on injeira bread (though the one served in mainland Italy and Lybia tends to be less sour than the original). Zighinì has become so popular, that some people fail to realize it wasn't a wholly Italian dish originally, and it's not uncommon to find "plain" Italian resturants elsewhere in the world serving zighinì alongside Bolognese or Carbonara.

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A traditional gattì (originally ga'at) as served in a restaurant in Tio. This dish, originally a savoury breakfast food for the plains Eritreans, has been adopted in Italy as a sweet dessert, usually filled with cream or chocolate, and can sometimes be found in bakeries. Other such examples of major adoptions or modifications of food from assimilated cultures in Italy include zighinì alla Romana ( in which the berberè stew is cooked with artichokes and eggs), ummo (hummus, with two variants: Fenicio and Ebraico, depending on whether it's made out of chickpeas or out of lentils), pasta alla giudaica (short pasta, usually penne, served with lamb sauce and a simple onion-leek soffritto).
Going into culinary differences? Clever, I think this is the first timeline to do so.
 


Martin Luther King Jr. photographed in 1964 soon after he was elected to house of representatives. King participated to T.R.M. Howard's Civil Right Movement in 1950's and rapidly became his right hand and one of his trusted advisors. In 1964 King was narrowly elected to House of Representatives in 1964 from state of Georgia as one of first black representatives from south after passing of infamous Jim Crow laws. Him became soon one of most notable opponents of president George Corley and his vice president John Wayne. King too begun adovacate several social reforms and oppose fascism and often critised Freedomites being too soft for Italians over war in Ethiopia. King sat on Representative of House until his death in 2007 being one of longest served blacks in Congress. His son Martin Luther III is too active in US politics.
 
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Monument to the German victims of communism at the place where Karl Marx's house once stood in Trier, Germany.
 
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Tampere Workers' Hall in Tampere, Finland. It is known as place where Lenin and Stalin met first time in 1905. In 1946 to the building was established Lenin Museum. During Soviet years the building was ofthen target of vandalisation by resistanse movements and invidual Finns. Lenin Museum was closed in 1972 soon after Second February Revolution. When Finland re-gained its independence it was widely discussed fate the building and speciality rooms of Lenin Museum. Finally local Social Democrats bought the building. Nowadays there is Soviet Museum which tells about history and life in Finnish SSR and resistance movement. There is too some offices and two reustaurants.
 
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Stalin giving speech in 25th September, 1952, only three days before he got stroke and fell to coma of some months.



Khruschev giving speech in 1953 only some weeks after Stalin's death.



Tanks rolling through streets of Moscow during coup of 1957.



On January 1970 Mikhail Suslov announces that Soviets are sending man to Moon yet before the year is over. Actually Russians were planning fake Moon landing which eventually led fall of USSR and Communism.



Tank in Moscow during Second February Revolution in 1972.
 
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Władysław Szpilman, survivor of the Nazi and Soviet Holocausts. He returned to Warsaw after the liberation of the country in the 70's living in the city until his death in 2000. Director of the orchestras of Israel and Poland, he is remembered for his magnum opus: Warsaw, Ode to a City. He was awarded the Order of the White Eagle and remains one of the most respected figures in Poland.
 


Helsinki Olympics in 1984. Originally it was planned that Helsinki, Finland would be olympics host city in 1940's. But WW2 and Soviet occupation delayed Helsinki Olympics to future. When Finland was re-gained its independence in 1972 Finnish government begun immediately seek olympics to Helsinki after years of delaying. IOC quickly decided that Helsinki could be olympics host city in 1984. Finland managed prepare olympics quiet quickly. Fortunately Olympic Stadium was already constructed before outbreak of WW2 so it didn't came too expensive for Finnish economy. Olympics helped rise awarness about Finland and Helsinki and it too brought much of tourists.
 
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The remains of the Deir Ezzor suspension bridge, destroyed during the nuclear attack on the city in the Second Arabian War.
 


Wilm Hosenfeld served in German army during WW2 and was stationed to Warsaw. Already in early stages he saw cruelness of Nazi regime and gradually begun lost his faith to Nazi ideology. He and some of his men begun help Polish resistanse movement, Polish civilians and Jews always when it was possible. He too send some military information to Polish resistanse movement. During his years in Warsaw he befriended with many Poles and too with some Jews like Wladyslaw Spilzman. He lost any his remaining faith to Hitler when he attacked to Italy on December 1943. There is not any evidence that Hosenfeld would had participated or had been aware about plot against Hitler. But only couple weeks after Hitler's assassination he participated to revolt against Himmler and too gave some help during Warsaw Uprising. When Germany finally fell he and his company gave their weapons to Polish Home Army. He was held as prisoner one year before was released. Afterwards he returned to his civilian profession as teacher and wrote his memoirs in 1953.

In 1975 Polish president Witold Pilecki honored him with Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Resituta. Hosenfeld himself died in 1981 at age of 86. Spilzman attended to his funeral. In 1995 Hosenfeld was recognised in Yad Vashem as righteous among the nations.



Military parade in Warsaw on May 10, 2019, 75th anniversary of beginning of Warsaw Uprising. During years of Communist regime whole uprising was tried minimise as small non-important skirmish, obviously due Soviet frustration that Poles liberated their capital not Soviets. Soon after Communist era 10th May was declared as national holiday. Nowadays Poland has one of most effective armies in Eastern Europe and Poles are extremely proud that they were one of few nations which liberated their capital from nazis without foreign help.




Monument in Warsaw to victims of First and Second Holocaust. Nowadays Poland has one of strictest legistatures against anti-semitism and Holocaust denial.



On 2 June 2019 several heads of states and some still living Auschwitz survivors and their descendants gathered nearby Auschwitz to mark 75th annversary of liberation of the camp.
 
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Image of the city centre of Graziania, Italy's poorest comune according to ISTAT in 2018, located in the region of Abissinia Esterna under the province of Giggiga. The town is one of the many "settler towns" built in the Fifties and Sixties, after the experiments made with LAtina and Lakki were successful, to house refugees and alleviate pressure on larger city centres. The town's population numbers at 2068 people, with most being former Italian settlers, but also containing a few descendants of Polish and Slovenian refugees; and lives off its position as necessary stopover on the highway between Makallè and Mogadishu.

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Milan's Metro Map in 2019. Milan's first metro line, called M1, was inagurated in 1959, and it ran from Lotto to Carpi, but over time it was expanded to include other stations withing the city, as well as some in the hinterland. The second line, M2, was inagurated in 1988, and M3 in 2000.
 
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Memorial in Tel Aviv for victims of Tel Aviv Gas Attacks in 1956.



Memrial site in Oman commemorate of Omanese Jews who were massacred in 27th March, 1956 marking beginning of Third Holocaust.
 
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The Aksum Obelisk and the Lion of Judah Statue, two historical monuments returned to Ethiopia from Rome as a gesture of goodwill in 2000.
Italy sent a statement in which it hoped this could amend the mistakes of the past. The Ethiopian government never responded.
 
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General Orde Wingate, famous for his campaigns in Burma and Europe where he led the Anglo-Jewish Army from Trieste, liberating Budapest, Prague, Dresden and most notably Auschwitz. Likewise he was famous for the airlift during the Indian Civil War saving the lives of millions of people making him a hero in India as well.

He was Britain's ambassador to Israel for several years. After his retirement in 1968 he was granted Israeli honorary citizenship living in Jerusalem until his death in 1980, his funeral was one of the most attended in Israel's history.

To this day he's considered one of the greatest friends of the Jewish people in history.
 


Witold Pilecki is considered as national hero of modern Poland. He is famos for his courageous resistanse against Nazis and Soviets during WW2 and Cold War. During WW2 he managed sneak to Auschwitz and escape from there and sent important information to Allies. He too saved several Jews and rose quickly as leader of Polish Liberation Army. In 1944 he led succesful Warsaw Uprising. During post-WW2 years him became one of major commanders of new Polish army. During Second Soviet-Polish War he led Polish army. When Warsaw was nuked and leadership iscaped to Sweden he was one of few commanders who decided continue fight against Soviets and their Polish puppets. He and his army was hiding on Carpathian Mountains. Pilecki managed get some suppiies from ITO and cooperate with other Eastern European resistance groups. But PLA too got markable help from local Poles. Communism wasn't ever popular in Poland so it was quiet easy operate against Soviets.

Pilecki succesfully operated until end of Communism. When Poland transferred to democracy in 1972 he was elected as president with huge landslide vote (90,4 %) being one of largest landslide victories on democratic presidential elections. Pilecki was elected to second and last term (Polish constitution allows only two terms for president) in 1977 and still he got gigantic victory (76,1 %). Pilecki's presidency saw democratisation of Poland, new rise of Polish culture and nationalism and reconstruction of Warsaw and rest of the country. Pilecki too created new relationships with Western nations and Poland was too first former Stalingrad Pact nation which formed official diblomatic ties with Israel. In 1982 Pilecki was succeeded by Ryszard Kaczorowski. Soon after his presidency Pilecki got honorary title Marshal of Poland being fourth and last marshal of Poland and first person over forty years who had such title. During WW2 and Cold War Pilecki saved lives of 2500 Jews and it was prized with title "Righteous among the nations" by Yad Vashem in 1980. Pilecki died in 1989 in Warsaw. To his state funeral attended thousands of Poles regardless their background, several represtantives of foreign nations and multiple foreign inviduals like most of Jews whom he saved during WW2 and Cold War. Pilecki is seen one of greatest Poles of modern era. After him has named several places like Pilecki International Airport in Warsaw and in many cities of Poland is streets and squares named after him.
 
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Studios of Cinecittà in Rome. Cinecittà is largest movie industrial site in Europe and one of largest in the world, probably only Hollywood and several Indian and Chinese movie industrial centers being even bigger. In Italy is not any notable movie maker who wouldn't had worked there and there has worked many famous foreign movie makers too like Ingmar Begrman, François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock and many other notable movie makers from Europe and United States. Even many Eastern European movie makers have created new career there when they faced being impossible to work in Soviet Union and its slave states. And there has been worked even some Asian movie makers like Akira Kurosawa. Italian movies are one of most popular ones around the world. Of course years of Fascism there was quiet much of limits on movie making but after fall of Fascism movie industry too liberalised greatly.
 
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Ulundi, capital city of Kingdom of Zululand. Zululand was originally established as bantustan and in 1980's Zululand and other bantustans were made independent countries by South African Apartheid regime. Zululand was long time under authotarian reign of Mangosuthu Buthelezi. He controlled Zululand until his resignation in 2018. Zululand is pretty poor nation but still more prosperous than other former bantustans. The country managed create some trade connections with its neighbors. Zululand is too quiet hated by other ex-bantustans and many African nations when they see Zulus being collaboratists of South African apartheid regime. This claim is not quiet true. Zululand has too many limitations with South Africa and SA still intervene to domestic issues of the country. Nowadays Zululand is somehow democratic but it has some pretty authotarian things and right-wing, nationalist Inkatha Party has still much power in the country.
 
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