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  1. ajdb0614 Filipino KKK rebel

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    American soldiers watch on as a tactical nuclear device vaporizes a few thousand Chinese Red Army soldiers in the distance. Up to 800,000 Americans were deployed in China during the period of 1950 to 1953. Over 80,000 were killed in action and a further 400,000 wounded.

    (Circa. November 1952)

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    General Douglas MacArthur and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek pose for a photo, taken just shortly after the Kuomintang declared victory over the Communist Party of China. The two remained life-long friends until MacArthur's death in 1965.

    (Circa. July 1953)
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    Chinese Communist leader Mao Zhedong, exiled to the Soviet Union follwing the CPC's defeat in the Chinese Civil War. He died of stroke in 1974, having faded to obscurity in Vladivostok.

    (Circa. 1954)
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    A soldier of the ROCA (Republic of China Army) in Lhasa, five years after annexation into the Republic of China. In spite of initial resistance, no major insurgency ever broke out in Tibet - in large part due to its "autonomy at gunpoint" allowing the Dalai Lama to remain the spiritual leader of the Tibetans. Day-today administration however, was handled by Nanjing.

    (Circa. 1962)
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    Chinese soldiers celebrate as they witness their country become "N5" (the fifth nuclear power). Project-695, otherwise known as the "Crimson Dragon Test", yielded 60 kilotons equivalent of TNT - the most powerful first A-Bomb test in history.

    (Circa. January 1963)
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    President Chiang at the 26st Victory Day parade in Nanjing. This would be one of his last major public appearances prior to his death in April of 1980.

    (Circa. July 1979)
     
  2. the 14th doctor Well-Known Member

    These Japanese Wolfenstein posts should get their own thread tbh, its too hard to comb thru and read them all which I do wanna do.
     
  3. S. Marlowski Writer of an upcoming fantasy series

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    The Netherlands during the Second World War.
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    German soldiers marching in Amsterdam, circa 1945 celebrating the defeat over the Soviet Union.
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    German Troops on Parade in Amsterdam, circa 1945.

    In 1940, Germany had invaded the Netherlands as a part of it's Fall Gelb move, which the Germans also invaded Belgium, Luxembourg, and France and successfully chased the British out of Mainland Europe. During the course of the war, as the Germans deported Jews, the Germans also fought against the British Aligned Dutch Underground, who waged a war of insurgency against the Germans, and were supported by the MI6 via the SOE.
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    Dutch Resistance Fighters, circa 1947.
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    Many Dutchmen would fight in Eastern Europe against the Soviets during the German-Soviet War and the Japanese during the German-Japanese War, most the them during the latter conflict would never return home.
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    Anton Mussert would be one of the big masterminds behind the Dutch Waffen SS, his National Socialist Organization would encourage the men to go join the SS.

    In 1948, as the Japanese edged closer to the Dutch frontier, on April 12th, 1948, the Dutch Resistance launched a nationwide uprising against the German occupiers, in which surprisingly, some Dutch SS units sided with the Rebels. An even more shocking part, was that one of the masterminds of the uprising, was none other than Anton Mussert. Mussert since 1947 (when it became apparent that Germany was going to be defeated) was secretly assisting the Dutch Underground by giving them information about the German occupation units, and was even collaborating with the British. On the same day as the Dutch Uprising started, a pre-recorded radio broadcast by Mussert was made all across the country, enticing the Dutch people to rise up against the Germans. This broadcast would blow his cover, and within hours, the Gestapo stormed his house and arrested Mussert along with the senior members of the Dutch National Socialist Party. The following day, on April 13th, Mussert was taken to a deserted roadside and was shot by a Gestapo officer with a Luger.
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    A Handley Paige Halifax transporting a Horsa Glider to the Netherlands as a part of Operation Phalanx.

    On April 16th, the British would initiate Operation Phalanx, a British and Canadian Invasion of the Low Countries. The British would parachute several Airborne units into the Netherlands and Belgium, along with launching amphibious assaults at Scheldt near Antwerp.
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    British LVTs on the Belgian Coastline, circa 1948.
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    Two Canadian Sherman tanks advancing off of the Scheldt Beachhead.
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    HMS Warspite shelling German positions along the Dutch Coastline.
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    Dutch Resistance Fighters during the Battle of the Hague on April 16th.
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    British Paratroopers in the ruins of Rotterdam while Fighting German forces there.

    For 13 days, the Germans fought against the Rebels and the British during the Battle of the Low Countries from April 12th to April 25th, when the Last German troops in the city of Amsterdam surrendered to British Troops under General Alexander. Afterwards, the British Forces in the Low Countries prepared for an expected Japanese Attack into the Netherlands that would never come as the Japanese were too concerned about capturing Munich. When the Armistice between Britain and the Japanese Came and the subsequent Treaty of Kyoto, the Low Counties of Holland, Belgium, and Luxembourg were made to be under the British Sphere of Influence, this was reinforced with the signing of the Treaty of Helsinki.​
     
  4. Arcvalons The internationale unites the world in song.

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    The USA are suspiciously absent from all that.
     
  5. S. Marlowski Writer of an upcoming fantasy series

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    They have been defeated by the Japanese.
     
  6. Historex The Imperial Communist

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    Even so, we only got to see a small part of what happened to them, that is, on the west coast. The part I’m curious about is the east coast, which hasn’t been talked about yet.
     
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  7. ETGalaxy Long live the King of America!

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    On the thread(s) "ATL Meetup" I developed a character from a world where Benedict Arnold successfully conquered Quebec and went on to become America's king after the Articles of the Confederation failed and chaos ensued. While I never plan on creating an entire timeline for this scenario, I thought it would be fun to post a few photos from this world, so here's a brief introduction to TL-KBA-777. I'll eventually post more photos, but for now I just have one (doing this on your phone is hard).


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    "The Legacy of Benedict I"

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    King Benedict I of the Commonwealth of America

    Originally little more than a merchant from Connecticut, Benedict Arnold would join the ranks of the Continental Army in 1775, and would distinguish himself for his intellect and courage. In 1775 Arnold was put in command of an invasion force of Quebec, which would capture Quebec City on December 31st, 1775 and put one of the largest Canadian cities in the hands of the Continental Army. Benedict Arnold would continue to advance into Canadian territory, and would be promoted to a major general that presided over all American forces in Canada by the March of 1776.

    However, soon enough disaster struck the Continental Army. On August 22nd, 1776 General George Washington was killed in New York whilst fighting William Howe, therefore leaving a power vacuum within the Continental Army. The Continental Congress, which became the de facto government of the fledgling United States of America, decided that Benedict Arnold, the conqueror of Canada, would replace Washington as the senior officer of the Continental Army.

    The American Revolutionary War finally concluded in 1783 when peace was made between the United States and Great Britain. Benedict Arnold was regarded as a hero of America, however, more chaos was yet to come. The Articles of Confederation, the constitution of the United States, proved to be a weak document barely holding together the thirteen states. From 1783 to 1787 the USA was barely kept together while Benedict Arnold and Alexander Hamilton led the so-called Federalist Movement, which advocated for the replacement of the United States with a more centralized government, not unlike that of Great Britain.

    Numerous politicians in the northern states endorsed the Federalist Movement, however, the south became a stronghold for the Confederationists. Over time, however, the Federalists would come out on top and call for a constitutional convention in 1787 to replace the United States of America with a new government. Alexander Hamilton supported a strong centralized regime where the head of state was elected for life, however, there was no was the Confederationists would support such a nation. Instead, a compromise was reached. The federal government would be democratically elected every few years while a monarch would appoint judges and an assortment of government officials and have the ability to propose legislation. Benedict Arnold, a war hero celebrated across America, was unanimously voted by the states to become the first king of the Commonwealth of America, a federal constitutional monarchy divided into provinces as a replacement to states.

    From 1787 to his death in 1801, King Benedict I of the House of Arnold would preside over the young Commonwealth of America and would seek to strengthen his realm. Benedict I is typically regarded as the founder of the Continental Navy and would oversee the establishment of the first American currency (called the denarius). King Benedict I could not, however, win major support in the south, which would cause plenty of problems for his predecessor.​
     
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  9. ANARCHY_4_ALL Evolution and The Revolution

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  10. Alpha-King98760 Aku's most favorite assassin, babe!

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    The Troubles in Ulster: 1965-Present

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    Militants from the Provisional Irish Republican Army, or PIRA, patrol an alleyway of a Catholic community in Ulster circa 1966 (top). An Ulster Loyalist mural in 1975 (centre). Ulster Volunteer Force fighters stand guard in a Belfast neighbourhood, circa 1980 (bottom).
    In order to get back at the British for arming and supporting the Portuguese during the Portuguese-Japanese War of 1963 and its continued support of Rhodeisa and the Union of South Africa, the Empire of Japan started to secretly send arm shipments to the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA/Provisional IRA/PIRA/Provos) in Ulster and started to establish stronger relations with the Republic of Ireland in 1965 (1) as well as plant Japanese spies to begin provoking Northern Irish Catholics into being more assertive in demands for civil rights and an end to discrimination. The British responded with arming and supporting the Ulster Loyalist Paramilitaries with the Ulster Volunteer Force and Ulster Defence Association being the largest and most organised of them. Battle lines were being drawn.

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    Students and teachers belonging to the Northern Irish Catholic Association for Equality, or NICAE, march in Belfast demanding civil rights in December 1965 (top). Riot police from the Royal Ulster Constabulary during the February 1966 riots in Londonderry (bottom).​

    The conflict in Ulster that would quickly be known as “The Troubles, the Northern Ireland Conflict, the Conflict in Ireland, and the Ulster War” began during a December 4, 1965 campaign by the Northern Irish Catholic Association for Equality (or NICAE) to end discrimination against the Catholic (nationalist) minority by the Protestant (unionist) government and police force. The authorities attempted to suppress the NICAE protest campaign and were accused of police brutality; the protest was also met with violence from loyalist paramilitaries, who alleged it was a republican front. Increasing inter-communal violence, and conflict between nationalist youths and police, eventually led to riots in Belfast and Londonderry on February 9, 1966.

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    Japanese whaling ship near the Ulster coast in 1968 (top). A French fishing vessel docking at Warrenpoint in 1970 (centre). Captured weapons cache smuggled into Larne by a Spanish fishing vessel, circa 1968 (bottom).​

    The situation spiralled out of control in 1968 when a unit of the Royal Navy known as the “Northern Ireland Squadron” intercepted a shipment of arms and other military supplies from a Japanese whaling ship (1). The arms were a mixture of K98Ks, Mosin Nagants, StG-44s, DP-27s, Thompsons, Arisakas along various side arms and some explosives. The Mosley Government then sent in British soldiers to Ulster and thanks to intensive anti-British propaganda, courtesy of Japanese spies from the Nakano Spy School, the Provisional IRA began to launch terrorist attacks on the British troops while continuing their conflict against the Ulster paramilitaries (which also included launching terrorist attacks).

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    A PIRA bombing in Londerry circa 1976 (top). A victim's body is being removed from the scene by members of the local security forces following the explosion of a bomb at a popular Belfast restaurant on May 1, 1975 (bottom).​

    All the while, the Japanese and their European allies denied involvement and switched to delivering shipments to the Republic of Ireland by commcerial aircraft. Once in Ireland, an “unidentifiable amount” of military surplus got “lost” by the Irish military or shipments were delivered by third party smugglers by sea beginning in 1972 (usually in speed boats). The border between Ulster and the rest of the Emerald Isle became heavily militarised in mid-1974 as a result of a myriad of incidents involving “lost equipment” on part of the Irish military. A de-militarised zone running the entire length of the Irish-Ulster border was established in the Summer of 1975 and has remained in place to this very day, with people being able to move through the DMZ’s checkpoints only after what one Irish civilian called “The longest and most thorough search anywhere in the world”.

    Conflict in Northern Ireland between the PIRA and British forces+Ulster Loyalist paramilitaries continues on into the 21st Century though it has lowered in intensity at times as numerous talks between London/Belfast and the PIRA have produced various ceasefires. As of the year 2018, talks of a full withdrawal of all British troops from Ulster (3) is being seriously discussed by the current British High Chancellor, and card carrying member of the British Union of Fascists, Sir Gary Raikes (4) and members of his cabinet.

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    A watchtower on the Irish side of the DMZ, circa 1999 (top). British troops check a car near the DMZ as it tries to leave Ulster for Ireland, circa Spring 2018 (upper-centre). Provisional IRA members show off an improvised mortar and RPG, circa 2007 (lower-centre). High Chancellor Raikes in uniform standing in front of the Union Jack, 2017 (bottom).​

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    (1) – With Japan becoming Ireland’s largest supplier of military hardware followed by France, Italy, and Poland.

    (2) – Though despite this, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, and Japanese fishing/whaling vessels, along with cargo ships, continued these gun running operations until 1972.

    (3) – Except from the Irish-Ulster DMZ.

    (4) – Who often wears the same uniforms as the first High Chancellor, Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley.
     
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  11. ETGalaxy Long live the King of America!

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    Here is the second addition to "King Benedict Arnold." Just to let everyone know, the flag below isn't my design, I'll try to credit the creator at a later date.

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    "The American Civil War"

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    Flag of the Commonwealth of America

    Following the replacement of the failed United States of America, Alexander Hamilton insisted that the flag of the US would need to be replaced with a new flag to represent the newly established and centralized Commonwealth. Former Confederationists, who organized into the Populist Party under the leadership of James Madison, sought to keep the flag of the United States, however, after Alexander Hamilton was elected to the position of America's first governor in 1787 and was inaugurated later in the March of 1788 it was inevitable that the flag of the US would go.

    In the March of 1788 the Senate of the Commonwealth of America approved of the above flag, nicknamed the "Liberty Eagle" flag by members of Alexander Hamilton's Commonwealth Party. The blue represents the people, who are supposed to control it, the eagle represents the American monarchy, the living symbol of America itself who derives power from representatives of the people, the white represents the united central government, and the thirteen stars and stripes represent the thirteen original colonies that seceded from Great Britain.​

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    Commonwealth soldiers committing a mutiny

    The very institutions that the Commonwealth of America were always controversial. Southern provinces detested the centralized government and many southerners were even more critical of the American monarchy. In fact, the Commonwealth was unpopular enough in the south for Thomas Jefferson, a prominent Founding Father, would leave the Commonwealth of America following the election of Alexander Hamilton for France where he became a prominent Jacobin in Maximilien Robespierre's French Republic. While King Benedict I managed to keep the Commonwealth together, his successor, King George I, would substantially struggle more. Many northern liberal members of the Commonwealth Party would become opponents of slavery, and once Governor Bushrod Washington freed his slaves the Commonwealth Party officially adopted abolitionism as part of their platform. The southern Populist Party would defend slavery in retaliation and soon enough elections became a battle over the fate of slavery in America.

    Tensions finally boiled over when Virginia chose to abolish slavery in 1824. Southern Populists were infuriated by this, and whilst giving a speech in Richmond on December 7th, 1824 King George I was assassinated by a bullet originating from the pistol of a disgruntled Populist senator from Virginia. George I was succeeded by his son, King Benedict II, a few days later which officially secured a personal union between the Federal Mexican Kingdom and the Commonwealth of America due to Benedict II's mother being the former Queen Sabina I of Mexico. As king of America, Benedict II would have to deal with the consequent secession of the southern provinces of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alebamon, and the territory of Florida, which united to form the American Federal Republic under the leadership of George Troup following the intense demands for abolition following the murder of George I. The AFR was built on the institution of not just slavery, but also on the ideology of anti-monarchist republicanism, not unlike that of the French Republic.

    In the early days of the American Civil War the war did not necessarily go in favor of either the Conmonwealth or the Republic. Instead, stalemates along the border between the two belligerents ensued despite the superior numbers of the Commonwealth of America. The above painting is of soldiers of the Commonwealth's Continental Army under the command of General William H Winder conducting a mutiny in response to the atrocious conditions soldiers Winder's ranks underwent, as well as General Winder's terrible tactics. While the mutiny was suppressed, General William H Winder was court marshaled by Commonwealth Governor Zebulon Pike afterwards and was replaced with Jacob Brown.
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    Consul Andrew Jackson of the American Federal Republic

    When the American Civil War began Andrew Jackson, who was a moderately wealthy soldier from Tennessee at the time, did not hesitate to join George Troup's American Federal Republic. As a high-ranked soldier within the Continental Army, Jackson became the senior officer of the Federal Republic's Defense Force and would initially pursue an invasion into Virginia, hoping to win support from Populists in the state, however, would be slowed down by General William Henry Harrison and refocused on invading Kentucky, which was guarded by William H Winder at the time.

    Jacob Brown would push back Jackson in the April of 1825, and General Jackson would take a second attempt at invading Virginia afterwards. When Andrew Jackson was invading Virginia the western front of the American Civil War began to go in favor of the Commonwealth of America and Jackson blamed Consul George Troup for not giving enough resources to the war effort in general. As the American Civil War clearly appeared to go in favor of the Commonwealth, Andrew Jackson became more opposed to Consul Troup, who not only insufficiently funded the Defense Force, but also did not take hostile actions towards Native American tribes, who Jackson viewed as inferior as slaves, within the American Federal Republic. Following his defeat at the Battle of South Hill General Andrew Jackson and his supporters overthrew George Troup on May 12th, 1826 and declared Andrew Jackson the second consul of the American Federal Republic.

    As the consul of the AFR, Jackson consolidated power by establishing one-party rule under his Imperium Party, a far-right proto-totalitarian movement that seized press, cancelled elections, and killed anyone who dared oppose the reign of Consul Jackson. Andrew Jackson would oversee the enslavement and deportation of thousands of Native Americans, in what is now called the Terror of Tears. Most modern scholars would go on to regard Andrew Jackson as one of the worst men of the 19th Century and was even condemned by many within his own time period.
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    Mexican soldiers in New Orleans preparing for combat in the American Civil War

    As the nation that shared its head of state with the Commonwealth of America, the Federal Mexican Kingdom was anticipated to join the American Civil War on the behalf of King Benedict II from the very beginning. Mexico shared a border with the American Federal Republic along the Mississippi River and was therefore capable of invading the Republican state of Alebamon, which was done so under the leadership of General Vincente Guerrero. Mexican soldiers would also be present on the northern front alongside Continental Army commanders, such as General Harrison and General Brown.

    At first, the Mexican public was not entirely enthusiastic about fighting on behalf of the Commonwealth of America. Of course, there was a desire to avenge the death of their king's father and slavery was completely regarded as immoral in Mexico, however, the conflict was still regarded as a foreign entanglement. With the rise of Consul Andrew Jackson, however, the Mexican public attitude towards the American Civil War shifted. The war became seen as a fight against a megalomaniacal tyrant who denied human beings of their basic rights. Andrew Jackson would not surrender until Atlanta, the capital of the American Federal Republic was captured by General William H Harrison, and when it was a handful of Mexican soldiers were present within the ranks of Harrison.
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    Emperor Benedict I of the United Empire of Fredonia

    Born to two of the most powerful individuals in the Western Hemisphere, Benedict Agustin Arnold was known by many names within his lifetime and became one of the most influential individuals in modern history. Benedict spent most of his early life in Mexico under the advision of his mother, Sabina, who was crowned Queen Sabina I of Mexico following the death of her father, King Miguel I, in 1823. Sabina's reign was, however, cut short when she contracted malaria and died in the August of 1824 at the age of fourty.

    Benedict was little more than an adolescent when he became the king of Mexico, and would soon have bigger responsiblities. King George I of America had ensured that American influence would be strong throughout the Western Hemisphere by marrying Sabina and securing a personal union between the Commonwealth of America and the Federal Mexican Kingdom. Therefore, when George I was assassinated Benedict inherited the mess of his father and became King Benedict II of America in the December of 1824. A few days later, the province of Georgia would secede from the Commonwealth.

    Benedict quickly refocused his efforts to America, moving to Columbia Palace in Princeton, the American capital. While Benedict II had a strong say in militaristic affairs, he set aside most governance to Governor Zebulon Pike, a staunch abolitionist and charismatic progressive. It was, however, Benedict II who nominated Jacob Brown to replace William H Winder, which proved to be an excellent choice.

    Following the conclusion of the American Civil War, King Benedict would encourage further liberalization and cooperation between both of his domains. Over the next two decades America and Mexico would grow to have an inseparable bond and unity seemed inevitable, and all it took for the two nations to unite was the endorsement of unification from American Governor Abraham Caldwell Calhoun. On July 28th, 1840 the Commonwealth of America and Federal Mexican Kingdom united into a single entity and Benedict was crowned Emperor Benedict I of the United Empire of Fredonia.​
     
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    The RMS Titanic successfully makes it to New York on April 22nd 1912. Like its sister ships, the RMS Olympic and HMHS Britannic, would find itself drafted in WW1.
    Like it's sister the HMHS Britannic, it would tragically strike a naval mine on April 12th 1917. 7753f676c51646d1fdd9f693bcc174f3.jpg
     
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    His filmography includes poetic classics such as: Riders on the Storm, Alabama Sun, and The End.
     
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    I was listening to Sunday Bloody Sunday when I read this. It somehow fits.
     
  15. Alpha-King98760 Aku's most favorite assassin, babe!

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    On 18 April 1861, general Robert E. Lee accepts command of the Union Army after his home state of Virginia voted to stay in the Union rather than join the fledgingly Confederacy at the onset of the American Civil War.​
     
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  16. Laqueesha The Right Honourable and Quasi-Learned Laq'

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    A Ford Crown Victoria police car from the UK. IRL it's a Miami Township, Ohio cop car; for some reason they use a UK-style livery. Perhaps their chief is an Anglophile.

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    1983 Doomsday Timeline.
    Famous Celtic Alliance band U2 performing Sunday Bloody Sunday to a packed stadium in the city of Brisbane in the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand.
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    Senator Berzelius "Buzz" Windrip seen here during the 1936 Presidential Election. His messages of restoring the country to prosperity and greatness, and promising each citizen $5,000 a year would win him the Democratic nomination. Screen Shot 2018-11-18 at 12.57.40 pm.png
     
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    President Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY) rides with Defense Secretary Alexander Castro (I-FL) during a visit to a military base in North Carolina, 1973.
     
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    Senator Cassius Clay, in the midst of his first Presidential run, waves to a crowd of supporters during a campaign rally in his native state of Kentucky, 1980.
     
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