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British Fascist leader Oswald Mosley visiting in Rome in 1948. There he met Benito Mussolini (altough the men have met earlier many times). But at this time the men created even closed alliance between Italian and British fascist parties. Probably around these times OVRA recruited Mosley as their agent which several years later caused bad political crisis and ended Mosley's political career in United Kingdom.
 
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Zita of Parma-Bourbon was last empress of Austria-Hungarian emperor and mother of Otto, first king of modern independent Hungary. She was strong supporter of monarchy and she helped working for getting Otto as king of Hungary. Zita helped keep Hungarian royal family on-going and helped to create connections to other European royal families. She too practised charity and humanitarian activities. Zita was too strong supporter of Catholic Church. She was very popular in Hungary and other countries. Zita died in 1989 at age of 97. In 2018 Catholic Church canonised Zita and her husband Carl I, last emperor of Austria-Hungary.



King Otto of Hungary was born to imperial family of Austria Hungary in 1912. Him became heir to the throne when his father Karl I ascended to the throne in 1916. After collapse of the empire the family lived in exile. Otto became strong opposer of Nazi regime during 1930's. When Italy occupied Hungary in 1944 it was discussed what to do with the country which was still officially kingdom altough it hadn't king since end of WW1. Otto was declared as king of Hungary in 1945 after succesful referendum. The king became soon popular in his country. Otto became soon strong supporter of democracy. Otto too spoke for deeper economic cooperation of Europe which would secure peace and democracy in Europe. He was too skilled diblomat who hosted several peace conferences in Budapest, most important being in 1952 and 1956 which officially ended Chinese War and Second Arabian War.
 
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The Great Synagogue of Rome, Mussolini was an occasional visitor despite his atheism. It is also said that the Duce used to walk the streets of the Jewish quarter at night to clear his mind.
 
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An Ainu village on the island of Etorofu, following their ethnic cleansing from Hokkaido, they were abandoned on the desolate Kuril Islands where thousands perished due to inclement weather and neglect, many would prefer to migrate to Russian-controlled Sakhalin were a minority still lives to this day. Today their status has improved and their population is estimated at 10,000 living for the most part on the islands. Although they are not prohibited from stepping on the other Home Islands, few dare to do so due to the cold reception of the rest of Japanese society, still resentful of the communist period of the Republic of Ezo. Isolation has had a small advantage in preserving and to some extent making Ainu culture thrive in this remote corner of the world.

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Sapporo, the largest city and capital of the Hokkaido prefecture. After the expulsion of the Ainu, the island was repopulated with former Japanese refugees and new migrants. To this day the inhabitants of the island are firmly nationalist and anti-communist even by Japanese standards. After many years of effort and investment, the island finally reached the same living standards as the rest of the country in early 2004, Sapporo is now mostly known by its winter festivals and high standards of living.
 
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Havana, capital of Cuba. It is one of most popular tourist destination on Caribbean region. There visit annually hundred of thousands of tourists speciality from Canada, United States, other Caribbean nations, Latin America, and Europe. Havana is famous of its casinos, brothels and cannabis cafeterias. There is too many culural activities like movie festivals and concerts. The city has too one of largest Italian descent communities in Latin America. And many are too members of Cosa Nostra which pretty much dominate casino and brothel business altough it tries remain on borderline of law. Cosa Nostra too practise and it controls all drug routes in Cuba making operations of Colombian drug cartels really difficult. Havana is too famous safe haven for tax evaders, thanks of loose tax evasion legistature of Cuba and it unwillingful hande suspected tax evaders to other countries.
 
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Mariya Takeuchi, one of Japan's most renowned historians, her work specializes in the post-Meiji eras and in particular the period of World War II, the communist occupation of Hokkaido, and the reunification of the country.
 
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Mariya Takeuchi, one of Japan's most renowned historians, her work specializes in the post-Meiji eras and in particular the period of World War II, the communist occupation of Hokkaido, and the reunification of the country.
She's very known after making a book about the japanese post war economical revolution, when petrol made plastic was introduced en masse, on his very famous book "Plastic Love".
 


Kaiser Ferdinand V of Germany. He was grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II.- After Wilhel II abdicated and monarchy was abolished he and his family lived quiet life firstly on abroad and then again in Germany. During WW2 he begun form close relationships with Brits and Italians and partially involved to plot against Hitler and Wehcrmacht mutiny. In 1948 it was decided that him would become Kaiser of Germany (at this point only Western parts). During Ferdinand V's reign West-Germany became stable democracy and trusted member of ITO. Personally Ferdinand travelled in many countries (only queen Elizabeth II has more state visits) and he managed re-create good relationships with European countries, United States and Israel. After Cold War he too visited in many former Stalingrad Pact nations and former Soviet Republics. He too saw re-unfication of Germany and Germany rising as leading European power on economic issues. The Kaiser was somehow sympathic towards restoration of sub-monarchies but he didn't push that much. He was very popular in Germany and abroad.
 


Italian war memorial and military cemetery in Alexandria, North Egypt. It was established soon after Second Arab War.
 

A fan-made Time Magazine cover for the on-going popular alternate history timeline on AH.com called “Giza Stands Firm”, or GSF for short, created by the user NasseriteBoi12.​

The timeline deals with the ramifications of Nasser’s Egypt not joining Michel Alfaq’s United Arab Republic, a split in the Ba'athist ideology between authoritarian anti-Israeli Nasserism and totalitarian anti-Semitic Alfaqism. The split and refusal to join Alfaq’s UAR, among other things, leds to the Arab Republic of Egypt declaring neutrality in the Second Arabian War and follows Nasser’s regime in the aftermath of the war as Egypt navigates the remainder of the 1950’s and beyond with Nasser’s successor Anwar Sadat covertly supplying the Ethiopian rebels against Italy during the Abyssinia War.
 
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The timeline deals with the ramifications of Nasser’s Egypt not joining Michel Alfaq’s United Arab Republic, a split in the Ba'athist ideology between authoritarian anti-Israeli Nasserism and totalitarian anti-Semitic Alfaqism. The split and refusal to join Alfaq’s UAR, among other things, leds to the Arab Republic of Egypt declaring neutrality in the Second Arabian War and follows Nasser’s regime in the aftermath of the war as Egypt navigates the remainder of the 1950’s and beyond with Nasser’s successor Anwar Sadat covertly supplying the Ethiopian rebels against Italy during the Abyssinia War.
How did this Egypt deal with the aftermath of the Second Arabian War? I take it Nasser ITTL declared that Aflaq's regime was a regime which had betrayed the Arab cause with its recruitment of Fegelein and his friends.
 
How did this Egypt deal with the aftermath of the Second Arabian War? I take it Nasser ITTL declared that Aflaq's regime was a regime which had betrayed the Arab cause with its recruitment of Fegelein and his friends.
Yes, also after the war there is increased religiosity in Egypt.
 
I would suppose that treatment of Syria and Iraq is not as severe as it was on TFoM.

But Saudi Arabia probably is still lost cause.
 
I would suppose that treatment of Syria and Iraq is not as severe as it was on TFoM.

But Saudi Arabia probably is still lost cause.
Nope, Syria and Iraq pretty much get the same treatment. Though several lower-rank Aflaqist-Ba‘atheists seek asylum in Nasser’s Egypt.
 


Abandoned transport and instalation unit in Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. After Gagarin's infamous spaceflight in 1970 Soviet Union abolished its space program due moneytary problems and other issues. After collapse of Soviet Union the place remained abandoned when Russia didn't want that anymore and couldn't sustain that anyway. Kazakh goverment was just too poor do with that anything. In 1983 Kazakhstan anyway sold some stuff to China. China was able start its own space program and send first Chinese to face of the Moon in 2015. Recently Kazakhstan has begun reconstruct Baikonur as outdoor museum in hopes that it could get more tourists to the poor country.
 
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The Strait of Messina Bridge, completed in 2002 it is considered to be one of the greatest engineering works. With a length of 3,666 meters it is the longest suspension bridge in the world. Its construction has helped facilitate communications and trade between Sicily and mainland Italy.
 
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