Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Petike, Jul 11, 2018.
See She her more as a pol pot.
After the bombing of the civil right museum in South Carolina the ALA (American liberation army made up of mostly ex game members ex soldiers and others began portals of there communities while also conducting a low level insurgency against the police national guard and white power groups)
A fire bombing of a local mini mart believed to be had been own by neo nazi gang member.
A Black church bombed by a white nationalist group called the Order.
In repose to the escalating violence the police began to use more and more apc and military training and tactics which only added more fuel to the fire.
The funeral of a believe ALF leader after he was put in the ground ALF men came from the crowd with rifles fired it over the coffin as a sign of respect something that will become all to common in the near future.
I'm guessing there was a sizable insurgency against her throughout the US.
More than likely I mean I don’t really see killing the president in public and overthrowing the US democracy going over well with a large part of the country.
P-61 "Frisbee" Flying Saucer, pioneered by the Germans during the final days of the Second World War Flying Saucer's would become synonymous with the Atomic Age. With both the Soviet Union and United States making great strides in the technology over the 50's in 60's.
Artist representation of the new Holographic Cinema. With the development of the television in the post war years the Movie industry soon scrambled to find a new avenue to draw in new theater goers in the form of Three Dimensional Cinema. Why watch a mere television screen at home when you literally see great epics and aircraft flying overhead instead.
Any ideas or feed back?
For the next post, you could the chronicle the refugees from the United States, and also some war crimes committed by the participants.
Show how the rest of the world deals with this situation?
A photo taken from the December 16th Godzilla Attack in 1989. His first attack in five years since his apparent return, located within the city of Osaka in the Kansai region.
500 people would go on to lose their lives to the rampage, with other 700 receiving injuries.
RefugeesAlthough while refugees running to other countries there were some internal refugees fleeing the violence from the cities to the country side.
Photos of some American Refugees
Taken at the California state boarder
Taken photo of black refugees from New York at the Canadian boarder seeking alyssum.
Any feedback or suggestions on what I should do next?
Maybe television shows.
for the warcrimes post @Mr.Gatsby, you could use some photos from the Yugoslav Wars for that.
Thanks and I’m actually planning on the Order using gas latter on a subway kinda like the Tokyo attacks and even the police along with national guard doing some crimes of there on.
Clips from Teenage mutant ninja turtles 2 the secret of the ooze (1992)
Donatello and Michelangelo split up and discover that TCRI is not what they seem
Professor Perry (David Warner) true form revealed setting up the Utrom- Triceradon war in the 3rd Movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Space.
The Prague Uprising
Adolf Hitler inspecting the soldiers of the Wehrmacht in Prague following it's annexation to the Reich, circa 1939.
A Czech Partisan Commander inspecting his Sten Gun prior to the uprising in 1947.
As the allied Japanese-Czech juggernaut was approaching the city of Prague, the Czech resistance was planning an uprising to end the German Occupation which had lasted for a little over 9 years. All the while, the Germans were preparing the city for war as they were fortifying the Prague for the oncoming Japanese hordes. Below them in the sewers of Prague, the Czech Resistance were stockpiling arms and munitions for the planned uprising, as well as making other preparations like setting up a headquarters and staging areas.
A German Hanomag Halftrack driving along in the streets of Prague as part of the planned "Festung Prag", circa 1948.
Reinhard Heydrich, the Protector of Bohemia and Moravia, he would survive the assassination attempt by Czech partisans as part of Operation Anthropoid in 1942.
On the night of April 27th, 1948, Reinhard Heydrich surrendered to the Czech Resistance, in which the man who supply his former enemies the maps and critical information about the German forces in and around the city of Prague. For this, he had announced that he was intending to defect to the Japanese, as he realized that Germany and going to be crushed by Japan. The agents of the Nakano Spy School would extract Heydrich from the Prague and bring him back to the headquarters of General Yamashita at Modlin Fortress.
Czech partisans springing out of their hideout as the uprising commenced.
On May 2nd, the Czech partisans made their move and initiated the Uprising, with the Nakano Spy School giving the partisans information about German forces as well as arms. It all started when the Partisans seized the local radio station from the Germans and transmitted a call for an uprising in Czech, a language never spoken since 1939 on that station. The partisans would clash with German Wehrmacht and SS troops in and around the city, and along with the Pro-German Russians of the POA*. There was an intense street by street, house by house, and room by room fighting, the Germans were caught completely disorganized as a majority of their troops were placed on the outskirts of the city for an expected Japanese attack on the city. Within a couple of days, the Czech partisan forces would quickly get the edge over their German occupiers, such much so, that the POA would turn on the Germans and join the partisans.
Czech Partisans dueling with German SS troops in the streets of Prague.
A partisan captured Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer, with it's 75mm main gun replaced by an MG-42 for anti-infantry purposes.
A Group of Partisans on a bridge near Wenceslas Square, as it was they were preparing for a German Counter-Attack.
A German officer on the pavement after being shot in the head by shrapnel.
A Czech Partisan preparing to use his Panzerfaust on an un-pictured Panther tank which was driving down the street.
Partisans enjoying a break in the fighting.
The remains of a German Hetzer tank in a Prague street, several days after the cessation of hostilities.
A Czechoslovak T-34/85 carrying troops entering Prague, circa 1948.
After several intense days of fighting, the Czech Partisans would cause the remaining German troops in Prague to surrender to them on May 8th, 1948. Thus, ending 9 years of nonstop German occupation of the city. Two days later on the 10th, the forward units of the Czechoslovak Legion and the Imperial Japanese Army entered the city and found that the Partisans had already liberated their capital from the Germans. Thus, it was the last European capital under German occupation to fall. Days later, during a parade, the new leader of the Czechoslovak State Emerged, that was one Edvard Benes, the prewar leader of Czechoslovakia.
Edvard Benes during the Prague Liberation Parade in 1948.
NA,NA,NA. Helter Skelter.
Charles Manson (1934 - 1977). After Lady King's take over of America, she'd divide the country into small dominions, all swearing loyalty to her. Two of the men placed in charge of California was the infamous criminal and cult leader Charles Manson, along with the relatively calmer religious leader by the name of Jim Jones. Manson was considered by Lady King as a "Loose cannon" who added "Now I may like batshit insane, but even I have my limits". She would grow to question where his true loyalties lied before discovering (From Jim Jones) that he and his small "Family" of devoted followers intended to stage his own coup against her. She wouldn't take too kindly to this, allowing a safe refuge to the former soldier Joseph Taylor on the condition that he'd kill Manson and his followers. Afterwards, she'd kept Manson's head as a trophy.
Battle of Hanoi, illustration from my latest AH book.
Astrogeologist Lcdr. Eugene Shoemaker (April 28, 1928 – July 18, 1997) on the lunar surface during the Copernicus Expedition of 1964. Shoemaker was instrumental in the early exploration of the lunar surface. After actively serving in three sperate lunar expeditions, he was eventually promoted to flag-rank and succeeded Admiral Robert Heinlein as Chief of Staff of the United States Space Force. As CoS he spearheaded efforts to explore both Mars and the Asteroid Belt. Shoemaker continued to serve in that position until his retirement in 1992. He is seen here taking samples at Copernicus with a Lunar Transport Vehicle (LTV) in the background. Note also the safety tether attaching Shoemaker to the LTV - a precaution that was done away with after the first expedition proved it to be unnecessary.
A photo of the cliffs of Shin Kyūshū (or New Kyushu), also known in native Gaelic Eriu. Showa 62
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