Photos from Featherston's Confederacy/ TL-191

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My take on the CSS Jefferson Davis 33,000 tons 12 (4x3) 12inch guns 8.5 inches of armor belts
Here was my personal take on the CSS Jefferson Davis I made a week back, it's a bit rushed so it's not done and I might make a better one soon.
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Boris Savinkov chairman of the council of ministers and supreme leader of the Russian Empire considered the real power behind the throne of the czar was swapped into power by the Duma and with support of The generals he was also The leader of the Imperial peoples party (INP)a party to combined his right socialist revolutionaries with monarchists like the black hundred at the beginning of the 30s he launched a grand industrialization programmed the sunrise programs to rapidly industrialize in the country in preparation for the second great war he would also initiate a grand modernization programming along side of that for the military compared to his allies in Britain and France he had a quite different view of of his minority population viewing the western ones Belarusian The Baltics Ukrainian as Russians and personally viewing the Russians is more Eurasian than European unlike his Atlantic counterparts He in particular detested Featherstone and his freedom party considering alliance with the confederacy for convenience against the central powers and Japan Doing his leadership he often considered selling Alaska to Featherstone. he was killed during the Super bombing of Petrograd
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Nikolai Markov, a voracious anti-Semite before the First Great War, is the one most credited with saving Tsar Nicholas II and his family from Tobolsk during the early Russian Civil War. After the war, he became a important figure in the Tsar's reconstituted government and even before the Great Depression, sponsored severely anti-Semitic legislation against the Jews, blaming them for the failed October Revolution. His loyalty was further rewarded in 1933 when he was made Russian ambassador to the Confederacy, though Featherston was reportedly (and unironically) annoyed with his anti-Semitic rants, especially when they occurred in the presence of his Jewish propaganda mogul, Saul Goldman.


Sergei Nilus, a self-described Russian mystic, had his own part to play in the post-First Great War anti-Semitic climate. Before the war, he was the one responsible for publishing the grossly anti-Semitic hoax The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. After the war, with a newfound reputation as a 'prophet', he was given a pension by the Russian government and lived a modestly wealthy lifestyle. He held such influence in the Russian government that some anti-Tsarists even went as far as to call him 'the next Rasputin'.

He would die in 1929 and for the longest time, the Russian Orthodox Church lauded him as doing God's work against the Jews.
postcolonial Africa


Tanzanian president Julius Nyerere through his ideology of Ujamaa* (lit. 'familyhood' in Swahili) made the united republic of Tanzania the first socialist state in the world and was in a unique position of being the only country to espouse socialism outside of the black rebellions during the first great war . he advocated co-existence with capitalism compared to his more radical counterparts in Liberia Who have the advocated in the world revolution from what became known as the socialist state of Liberia(1945-1987) compared to Liberia Tanzania was relatively stable and eventually prosperous with some reforms during the 90s . he also overthrew The government of Uganda in 1979**due to a cross-border incursion that led to a full scale invasion by Uganda but the people self-defense force of Tanzania repelled and overthrow his government. he was quite friendly with the United States as well as with other nations one told about his expulsion of Europeans in the colony during the independence. He responded by saying
You go through two stages in these colonial countries. One is when midnight comes; the clock strikes, and you are independent. Fine. But then begins a whole process of changing conditions and changing people. I had been talking to the people, telling them that the second process would not be easy... But one thing must changeafter midnight: the attitudes of the colonial people, their way of treating Africans as nothing. This must change after midnight. The colonized are now the rulers, and the man in the street must see this! If they have been spitting in his face, now it must stop! After midnight! This cannot take twenty years! We had to drive this lesson home.
— Julius Nyerere on the deportation of white German individuals accused of racism


Mustafa Kemal Pasha in Field marshal uniform "Defender of Gelibolu", the "Lion of Antep" and the "Ghazi of Maraş" Grand Vizier of the ottoman empire as well as chairman of the ottoman peoples party One of the leading reform movements out of the remnants of the committee for union and progress. his massive reform and centralization program proved to be controversial but some degree of necessary outside of the Liberal Entente which proposed reforming the empire into a Federation he also crush the first and second Arab revolt and installed the client monarchs onto the throne of central Arabian clans . during the second great war he declared neutrality considering to the fact that the empire was not ready to get into another war as well as continuing since the first great war a policy of neutrality accept regards to the sinai region who he sent a army group to guard against a possible incursion by the British as well as into The borders of Kuwait watching over any possible of British interference in Ottoman affair.the OPP Lost powers in the legislative election of 1943 to replace by a liberal Entente government Which initiate its own round of reforms to the empire since the 20s the Sublime Porte has been known to be a quite dynamic place with A wide menagerie parliamentary factions vying for control as well as initiating a whole variety of reforms to the empire
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