Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

This is a place that I came up with on a whim. Sort of like Photos form Alternate Worlds except that this thread deals with pictures from TL-191. Any picture is fine as long as it isn't going to get anyone in trouble with the board and is TL-191 related. I'll start us off:

Jake Featherston waiting outside the Grey House to greet guests during the Second Great War

 

JoeMulk

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A jubilant Teddy Roosevelt at his hotel after learning of his nomination at the 1912 Democratic National Convention in Detroit.
 
A political cartoon that serves as an excellent representation of the main idea of the remembrance ideology that overtook the U.S. in the days before the First Great War,

 
A U.S. Army official inside of Camp Dependable. These are the clothes that were given to the Negro victims before their demise in the gas trucks. The X represents the Freedom Party symbol, and it doesn't take much imagination to understand what the N's stand for.

 
New York Governor Tom Dewey and Missouri Senator Harry Truman at the 1944 Democratic Convention. Truman has just accepted the Vice-Presidential nomination.
 

JoeMulk

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Satchamo, the great trumpet player who escaped from behind confederate lines when preforming for confederate troops with his band Satchamo and the Rhythm Aces is seen here warming up to preform at a party for the New York delegation at the 1948 Socialist National Convention in San Francisco. He was the personal guest of congresswomen Flora Hamburger.
 
New York Governor Tom Dewey and Missouri Senator Harry Truman at the 1944 Democratic Convention. Truman has just accepted the Vice-Presidential nomination.
Dewey looks like Mario there. As in the Mario :cool:


President Charles W. La Follette signs an executive order allowing blacks to serve in the United States Armed Forces, December 15, 1943.
 

JoeMulk

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LT. John F Kennedy. Kennedy was in charge of a PT Boat in the US Mississippi river fleet which torpedoed by a confederate submarine and was stranded in hostile waters off the coast of Tennessee. Kennedy won the medal of honor after he managed to swim to safety in Missouri while rescuing several of his comrades.
 

JoeMulk

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Lt John F Kennedy. He commanded a PT boat in the Mississippi river fleet during the second great war. In 1942 after his ship was torpedoed by confederate snipers he found himself stranded near enemy waters but won the congressional medal of honor after he managed to swim to safety off the coast of Missouri while saving several of his wounded comrades.
 
This is a place that I came up with on a whim. Sort of like Photos form Alternate Worlds except that this thread deals with pictures from TL-191. Any picture is fine as long as it isn't going to get anyone in trouble with the board and is TL-191 related. I'll start us off:

Jake Featherston waiting outside the Grey House to greet guests during the Second Great War


Those look like Northern Troops to me. Maybe its the Vice President in occupied Richmond after the war?
 

JoeMulk

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Thousands of mourners look on as the flag draped coffin of the slain President Al Smith is taken through the streets of New York. Smith was originally buried in Central Park and his body was moved to Washington DC after the war ended and it was safe.
 
Those look like Northern Troops to me. Maybe its the Vice President in occupied Richmond after the war?
Harry Truman was a lot better looking than Joseph Goebbels, and probably dressed better (never liked the gray or brown jacket on black trousers uniform-style that Hitler and Goebbels took on during the war).
 
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