Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

To all my fellow fans and other readers - A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS to all who celebrate it and Season's Greetings to all those who merely endure our enthusiasm for the Feast of the Nativity! (Just hang on in there, only another couple of days to go!).;)
 
Kind of late here

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Union soldiers celebrating Christmas inside of a barracks at Fort McCoy, circa 1942.
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Confederate Soldiers around a Christmas Tree, circa 1941.
 
After seeing the success of the Silvershirts in the United Kingdom, Australian WWI veteran Eric Campbell formed his own political party called the Centre Party and with it, a armed wing called The Guard. Unlike his inspirations in Europe and the Confederate States, Campbell was dreadfully unpopular, using talking points taken right from the Silvershirts and in some extreme cases, the Freedom Party, threatening to hang Australian Prime Minister William Hughes and members of his government. His failure was also a result of Australia not being sufficiently impacted by the war for populism (Is there another word for TL-191 fascism?) to take root in the country. He was able to gain some popularity with his xenophobic rhetoric towards Asians, highlighting the proximity of the Japanese Empire to Australia, but this wasn't enough for him to win power. The Centre Party was later dissolved in disgrace and Campbell would survive a bout of cancer to rejoin the Australian Defence Force, only to die in the Second Great War in New Guinea.

However, there is some debate in Australian historical circles as to whether the Prime Minister of Australia during the Second Great War, John Curtin, was either a member of the Centre Party or even an associate of Campbell's.


The Centre Party's logo.






Eric Campbell



The equally intimidating and ridiculous uniform of 'The Guard'.



John Curtin: Centre Party member?

 

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After seeing the success of the Silvershirts in the United Kingdom, Australian WWI veteran Eric Campbell formed his own political party called the Centre Party and with it, a armed wing called The Guard. Unlike his inspirations in Europe and the Confederate States, Campbell was dreadfully unpopular, using talking points taken right from the Silvershirts and in some extreme cases, the Freedom Party, threatening to hang Australian Prime Minister William Hughes and members of his government. His failure was also a result of Australia not being sufficiently impacted by the war for populism (Is there another word for TL-191 fascism?) to take root in the country. He was able to gain some popularity with his xenophobic rhetoric towards Asians, highlighting the proximity of the Japanese Empire to Australia, but this wasn't enough for him to win power. The Centre Party was later dissolved in disgrace and Campbell would survive a bout of cancer to rejoin the Australian Defence Force, only to die in the Second Great War in New Guinea.

However, there is some debate in Australian historical circles as to whether the Prime Minister of Australia during the Second Great War, John Curtin, was either a member of the Centre Party or even an associate of Campbell's.


The Centre Party's logo.






Eric Campbell



The equally intimidating and ridiculous uniform of 'The Guard'.



John Curtin: Centre Party member?

No way Cutrin would have a bar of these guys
 
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Confederate Army Machine Gun post inside a barn, near Manassas, 1917.








A Confederate Private brushes snow from a 30-caliber machine gun mounted on his jeep, Dec 1943.


 

A cell of Freedom Party Guardsmen in the Everglades of Florida, circa May of 1945. At the time of the Defeat of the Confederacy, about 85% of Florida was still in Confederate Hands, as a result, small cells of die hard Freedomites would retreat into the Swamps of Florida and from there, would continue their fight against the occupying Union Army despite orders from the Confederate High Command to lay down their arms. The largest of these cells had about 38 men and was situated in the Ocala Swamps, which was north of Orlando, Florida, which housed the headquarters of the Union Army's 28th Infantry Division until 1947. Though in the weeks following the End of the Second Great War, many of these cells would either be wiped out or would surrender, but some would persist for months and even years after the Confederacy's Defeat with the last being eliminated by the US Army in July of 1952 in the Everglades. This conflict between these Fanatical Freedomites and the Union Army would be known as the Swamp Wars and was the subject of the 2002 film Swamp Soldiers, which focused around one of these fanatical cells in the Everglades.
 

A cell of Freedom Party Guardsmen in the Everglades of Florida, circa May of 1945. At the time of the Defeat of the Confederacy, about 85% of Florida was still in Confederate Hands, as a result, small cells of die hard Freedomites would retreat into the Swamps of Florida and from there, would continue their fight against the occupying Union Army despite orders from the Confederate High Command to lay down their arms. The largest of these cells had about 38 men and was situated in the Ocala Swamps, which was north of Orlando, Florida, which housed the headquarters of the Union Army's 28th Infantry Division until 1947. Though in the weeks following the End of the Second Great War, many of these cells would either be wiped out or would surrender, but some would persist for months and even years after the Confederacy's Defeat with the last being eliminated by the US Army in July of 1952 in the Everglades. This conflict between these Fanatical Freedomites and the Union Army would be known as the Swamp Wars and was the subject of the 2002 film Swamp Soldiers, which focused around one of these fanatical cells in the Everglades.
This reminds me of the Baltic partisans, especially the Lithuanian Forest Brothers, who fought against the Soviets from World War II to the mid-1950s.
 

President Jacob Featherston in military uniform next to his personal secretary, Lulu Mattox. (Colorized)

It is unknown why Ms. Mattox was wearing a military overcoat, but most historians think that this photograph was taken as a joke.


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Anti-Confederate Freedom Party Poster made by the Whigs when Featherston secularized Confederate schools.

This poster and others that portrayed the CFP in a negative light were heavily censored and their authors were imprisoned.


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U.S. Propaganda Poster during SGW


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Anti-Racism poster made by the USA and distributed in Africa during the Frozen Conflict (Second Great Game)


A fan-trailer of The Great War, by CongressmanCYD:


A fan-intro of Settling Accounts, by chahyll:


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Flag of the International Order for Peace (an OTL parallel to the United Nations)


...and that's it, for now. I'd like to take a break.

All of you have a Happy New Year.
 
Another compilation of photos


A German GW2 Propaganda Poster with the captions "An Example of the British "Liberation" of the Netherlands" with the photo of the ruins of Rotterdam, which was bombed by the RAF a mere hour after the Dutch Army surrendering to the Radius Forces.

A Confederate Anti-Union Propaganda Poster from 1943 with the Union Air Force portrayed as an Italian-American Gangster and the Confederacy depicted by the dead child.

Belgian-Jews being deported by the French Actionists to labor camps in Southern France, circa 1942.

An Artist's Rendition of the soldiers belonging to the German Mittelafrika Korps.

A Union Marine in Haiti in his Tropical Uniform, circa 1943.

A Kaiserliche Luftwaffe Fw-190 preparing to take on a Ground-Attack Mission in Holland, circa 1943.

German Soldiers examining a destroyed AN-1 (Alexander Nevsky) heavy tank in Belorussia, circa 1943.

The British Battlecruiser HMS Repulse exploding after her magazine after a hit from bomb from a Union Navy Helldiver Bomber, circa 1943.

Confederate Battlecruiser CSS Jeb Stuart exploding following a critical hit to her magazine in battle with the US Navy off of Bermuda, circa 1943.

A Union Navy SBD Dauntless from the USS Enterprise dropping a bomb on a Confederate Warship off the coast of Cuba, circa 1944.

German soldiers taking up their positions in Norway, circa 1942.

British soldiers during the Norwegian Campagin, circa 1941.

German soldiers advancing under fire in Western Germany, circa 1942.

German soldiers occupying Oxford England, circa 1944.

Imperial Russian Shock Troops fighting in Tallinn, Baltic Duchy, circa 1942.

Russian Soldiers with SVT-40 rifles charging a Polish position, circa 1941.

Polish Forces taking up defensive positions against a Russian Counter-Attack in Eastern Poland, circa 1942.

Polish Army in the Victory Parade in Warsaw, circa 1944.

German Army soldiers parading in Triumph in Berlin following the defeat to the Radius Alliance, circa 1944. (Pretend that the Third Reich Flags are Imperial German ones)​
 
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Screen shot of EX-Democrat president Ronald Reagan playing the role of Bear Bryant in the 1991 biopic of Bear Bryant called "Bryant". Many people wanted Reagan to run for a 3rd term in 1988 but do to his health getting worse and worse he declined and went back to his acting career till his death in 2012 at the age of 101.
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Screen shot of EX-Democrat president Ronald Reagan playing the role of Bear Bryant in the 1991 biopic of Bear Bryant called "Bryant". Many people wanted Reagan to run for a 3rd term in 1988 but do to his health getting worse and worse he declined and went back to his acting career till his death in 2012 at the age of 101.View attachment 513033
Reagan also tied to keep his alzheimer's a secret. And another reason why he did not run in 88' was not just because his physical and mental health was getting worse, but also the Democratic party was getting more left with and so left wing that they started to rival with the socialist to see who was the most progressive.
 
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Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois, so I don't think the CSA would use Walt Disney's characters in pro-CSA propaganda, unless they're using it in a way similar to the Vichy French cartoon Nimbus Libere or unless Disney decided to make it big in Florida rather than California.
i think it is just because Disney was rumored to be a Nazi apologist irl. But i see what you mean though.
 
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