Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

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  1. Ismaili777 Well-Known Member

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    Britain, in particular, was hit hard by the second weltkrieg. That didn’t end Germany’s paranoia.
    The English Republic was extensively demilitarized, yet the occupation force avoided collective punishment.
    Infrastructure was rebuilt, with Manchester the new capital.
    Ian Smith returned in a new election, running for the Conservative party.
    Under military occupation, Britain was not trusted one bit. Eventually, tried of having a large occupation force, much of the Wehrmacht left while several bases remained, and a new English Defense Force of 10,000 was raised.
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    It later grew to 50,000 a decade later though the old wwii uniform was discarded, as it was offensive to many.
    English Defense Force soldier circa 1960.
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  2. Ismaili777 Well-Known Member

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    German infantry hold it out in the western front
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    Colorized photo of a German infantry battling Russia in the east.
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    Mittelafrikan German Soldier in the African front.
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    As a mix of a reward and a sort of guilt after the genocidal actions towards blacks of the freedom party, mittleafrika would be granted autonomous rule (though not independence, sadly the conservative Germans retain a “white mans burden” attitude)
    In essence, WWII marked mittleafrika transition from colony to partner.
     
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    Eager to toss off oppresive fascist British influence, the new Indian army is trained and equipped by Germany.
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    Being India’s greatest ally, who is suspicious of both the strong Japanese empire and the all to similar sounding to English Americans, German has found a new place. The friendship is strong, with India getting industrial and economic assistance early in when it needed it most from Germany. Bismarck’s early healthcare inspired India’s “compassionate capitalism.”
     
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    A Private of Company I, 11th Mississippi ,“ The Van Dorn Reserve”. They wore red jean cloth uniforms and were armed with Colt revolving rifles.


    (OTL, but again, its fun exploring uniforms, more so with the CSA.)
     
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    U.S. Soldiers of the 5th Army launching an assault on Confederate trenches outside of Manassas, Virginia in April 1917.

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    Confederate soldiers of the 2nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment are seen being marched off to captivity by U.S. soldiers of the First Army in April, 1917. The soldiers of the 2nd Tennessee had been cut off on the first day of the Barrell Roll Offensive. Although they fought bravely and tenaciously they were eventually overwhelmed by superior U.S. numbers and firepower.

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    Confederate Solider in thought inside a rock bunker in Virginia, 1917.

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    War of Secession Confederate Veterans gather for a Confederate Veterans Convention held in 1907. Richmond, Virginia.

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    For Remembrance Day 1920 in New York, a monument of German Pickelhaube helmets, created in honour of German soldiers who died on the Western and Eastern Fronts of the Great War, was shown off to the German ambassador. President Roosevelt said of the men 'We must recall the principles of loyalty and dignity and honour that shine through the men we commemorate today",