Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

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Here's two young Yanks.
The first one, after the war and seeing the devastating effects of the war on his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, realized that what the world needs more than anything is peace.
The second one went on to become a famous musician.

(Anyone who could actually name these two people gets 30 points.)
 
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Here's two young Yanks.
The first one, after the war and seeing the devastating effects of the war on his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, realized that what the world needs more than anything is peace.
The second one went on to become a famous musician.

(Anyone who could actually name these two people gets 30 points.)
Would the first one have a show about being neighborly to everyone regardless if they're Yankee, union, or Canadian? Cause I think that's fred Rogers
 
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The bombed-out remains of the city of Decatur, Illinois following an air raid on the city by the Confederate Air Force, circa September 1st, 1941.

On August 28th, 1941, a large formation of 64 A-37 Falcon bombers with some fighter escort would launch an air raid against the city of Decatur, which was home to several factories such as a Catapillar Tractor plant. The city likewise had no anti-aircraft defenses or USAF fighter units in the vicinity and was vulnerable. At around noon, the Confederate raiders would show up, in which the air raid sirens would sound, warning the city's citizens of the imminent attack. For many, the sirens would be the last thing that they would ever hear in their lives. Within a matter of minutes, the Confederate bombers would release their bombs, in which many fell onto the residential areas of Decatur. After the bombers left, the city's emergency services and civil defense would begin a frantic effort to rescue trapped survivors and to locate the dead, which would last for a few days. When the dust finally settled, a total of 913 people out of the city's 59,305 were killed by the Confederate bombs, with an additional 1,856 injured, and 24 missing. The Union Media and Government were rather quick to denounce the Confederacy for this act against humanity, in which this raid would be quickly dubbed, "the American Guernica."
 
Texas National Guardsman Lee Harvey Oswald. Born in Louisiana but his family moved to Texas before the SGW. His father was a high ranking Freedom Party Guardsman who ran a small satellite camp for politicals ( mostly Texas Germans) but he overheard many things about the Population Reduction that stuck with him for life but all his friends were FPG brats so he kept his mouth shut, even after his father was imprisoned and Texas became a Republic again. He became active in the left of Texas politics during his teen years ( the Hands Up for Cuban Statehood Committee) and was seen as a bit of a loon, but well meaning.

His life took a hard turn into notoriety when I'm November 1963 Congressman John Kennedy, on a state visit to the Republic , was shot by Neo Freedomite JD Tippit. Oswald acted quickly and was able to disarm the assassin and even stopped the would be assassin from being killed by the crowd , heard yelling " STOP STOP HES JUST A PATSY!" Kennedy would survive with only a minor flesh wound but is rumored to have had some choice words with Texas President Lyndon B Johnson about the defreedomization process



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Texas National Guardsman Lee Harvey Oswald. Born in Louisiana but his family moved to Texas before the SGW. His father was a high ranking Freedom Party Guardsman who ran a small satellite camp for politicals ( mostly Texas Germans) but he overheard many things about the Population Reduction that stuck with him for life but all his friends were FPG brats so he kept his mouth shut, even after his father was imprisoned and Texas became a Republic again. He became active in the left of Texas politics during his teen years ( the Hands Up for Cuban Statehood Committee) and was seen as a bit of a loon, but well meaning.

His life took a hard turn into notoriety when I'm November 1963 Congressman John Kennedy, on a state visit to the Republic , was shot by Neo Freedomite JD Tippit. Oswald acted quickly and was able to disarm the assassin and even stopped the would be assassin from being killed by the crowd , heard yelling " STOP STOP HES JUST A PATSY!" Kennedy would survive with only a minor flesh wound but is rumored to have had some choice words with Texas President Lyndon B Johnson about the defreedomization process
If JFK was alive in TL-191 then Robert F Kennedy as well too if someone had stopped Sirhan Sirhan from assassinate him in June 5, 1968 on TL-191 Version.
 
If JFK was alive in TL-191 then Robert F Kennedy as well too if someone had stopped Sirhan Sirhan from assassinate him in June 5, 1968 on TL-191 Version.
Sirhan’s attempt was to some degree influenced by the Arab–Israeli conflict and Roberts involvement in that. If the Ottoman Empire is still kicking about, that whole conflict is likely butterflied away
 
Sirhan’s attempt was to some degree influenced by the Arab–Israeli conflict and Roberts involvement in that. If the Ottoman Empire is still kicking about, that whole conflict is likely butterflied away

Not necessarily. In OTL, the Ottomans tossed around the idea of establishing a Jewish state in Palestine to rival Britain's proposal for the same. So maybe there's a CP-aligned Israel kicking about in the post-Settling Accounts world?
 
The Air France Flight 8969 been Hijacked on December 24 to December 26 1994 on Marsielle Provence in Marseille France by Armed Islamic Group of Algeria (GIA) when the French GIGN had storm the Plane and Eliminating the Hijackers in TL-191 version of this event been either the same as OTL or been changed look on the Video.
 
Not necessarily. In OTL, the Ottomans tossed around the idea of establishing a Jewish state in Palestine to rival Britain's proposal for the same. So maybe there's a CP-aligned Israel kicking about in the post-Settling Accounts world?
That would be very interesting, probably with much more controlled immigration to it? If so you have basically none of the European jewish leaders of early israel.
 
If JFK was alive in TL-191 then Robert F Kennedy as well too if someone had stopped Sirhan Sirhan from assassinate him in June 5, 1968 on TL-191 Version.
In my mind the oldest Kennedy probably still died In a stupid accident, JFK becomes the heir and Bobby probably thinks about becoming a priest , decides against it , and then becomes a crusader against the abuses of the Catholic church, particularly the priesthood.
 
Child soldiers of The CSAs National assault force, either taken before or after their forced conscription into the doomed force. Thankfully the US dealt with them with a light forgiving hand as they had been forced into service . The children pictured below would survive the war and go on to great things.

Edit: ten alt history points to anyone who can name the pictures below lol

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Johnny Cash.
 
Tuscaloosa 1940.

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Tuscaloosa following the bombing of the city.

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Possible one of the most controversial actions of the Second Great War and carried out by the Union. Once the State Capital of Alabama Tuscaloosa as well as the home of the University of Alabama and have long since become an regional center of industry, commerce, education and more.

For this it would become the site of a massive air raid in ealry 1944 by the Union Air Force dropping tons and tons and tons more high explosives and incendiaries bombs over the Druid City, and killing countless civilians, both locals and refugees fleeing the Union forces.

Tuscaloosa was left a smothering ruined as a result by the end of the war and remains a controversially action. It been said even Patton himself cried, and fearful the rest of Alabama would suffer the same fate as Tuscaloosa and play a role in his eventual surrender to the USA.

Even those in the United States at the time had qualms, or mixed-rections to the firebombing, with those calling the deed while others defended the act, calling it necessary to break the remaining Confederate moral as well as vengeance for previous air raids by the South.
 
Tuscaloosa 1940.

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Tuscaloosa following the bombing of the city.

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Possible one of the most controversial actions of the Second Great War and carried out by the Union. Once the State Capital of Alabama Tuscaloosa as well as the home of the University of Alabama and have long since become an regional center of industry, commerce, education and more.

For this it would become the site of a massive air raid in ealry 1944 by the Union Air Force dropping tons and tons and tons more high explosives and incendiaries bombs over the Druid City, and killing countless civilians, both locals and refugees fleeing the Union forces.

Tuscaloosa was left a smothering ruined as a result by the end of the war and remains a controversially action. It been said even Patton himself cried, and fearful the rest of Alabama would suffer the same fate as Tuscaloosa and play a role in his eventual surrender to the USA.

Even those in the United States at the time had qualms, or mixed-rections to the firebombing, with those calling the deed while others defended the act, calling it necessary to break the remaining Confederate moral as well as vengeance for previous air raids by the South.
I thought Montgomery was the state capital of Alabama?
 
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Tuscaloosa 1940.

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Tuscaloosa following the bombing of the city.

4d413a8cbe55d1a6ad631f0cb8711f33.jpg



Possible one of the most controversial actions of the Second Great War and carried out by the Union. Once the State Capital of Alabama Tuscaloosa as well as the home of the University of Alabama and have long since become an regional center of industry, commerce, education and more.

For this it would become the site of a massive air raid in ealry 1944 by the Union Air Force dropping tons and tons and tons more high explosives and incendiaries bombs over the Druid City, and killing countless civilians, both locals and refugees fleeing the Union forces.

Tuscaloosa was left a smothering ruined as a result by the end of the war and remains a controversially action. It been said even Patton himself cried, and fearful the rest of Alabama would suffer the same fate as Tuscaloosa and play a role in his eventual surrender to the USA.

Even those in the United States at the time had qualms, or mixed-rections to the firebombing, with those calling the deed while others defended the act, calling it necessary to break the remaining Confederate moral as well as vengeance for previous air raids by the South.
Dresden-analogue?
 
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