Honestly I don’t really know like only reference about him was his co-conspirators, Stalin at Tsaritsyn during the Russian civil war so he highly dead by the end of the war.Was on books mentioned what did happen to Lenin? I think that Lenin might had died earlier even due assassination or some of his pre-death stroke which would had damaged Bolsheviks.
We definitely will celebrate this post like we did at 191 page on TLAE.
And indeed, congrats to all here making it to 300 pages!
What does change majorly for Russia ITTL is the Hispano-Japanese War, which would mean they would have to give up their concessions in Manchuria and Korea peacefully. That would also mean no Revolution of 1905 as we know, though it would still happen later due to rapid industrialization and increasing economic and wealth inequality.I’m curious to know how Nicholas II could have died of natural causes. I always figured Russia’s history is more or less the same as OTL until 1917, since I take into account the Bolsheviks losing.
Most, if not all of us, have ranted about some of the series’ weaknesses. Mine would probably be Italy being neutral in both wars.
Perhaps I should make a list about it…
If St Petersburg was the TL-191 of Hiroshima then whos going to been the TL-191 version of Nagasaki.Petrograd would have the potential casualties of highly hundreds of thousands Russian civilians were killed by the German bombs as well as aftermath from many other victims who will be effected by nuclear radiation caused by the blast.
But besides the Horror of Petersburg radiation , the city would be better off without the Nazis army ensiege that left an Million Soviet Man, women and children dead within 2 year as well as getting rid of czarist oligarchs by the blast.
I wouldn't surprise that the Czar Russia will either overthrow by Republican coup or just collapse by it own weight within a few years or so after the failed of two wars by the German twice times in 20 years.
St Petersburg wouldn’t be the capital for Russia for a long time and would highly have Moscow to be the capital instead
Honestly yes, of course because it more realistic to more people from OTL doesn’t existed and replaced with someone
Tsar Mikhail II and his PM would highly have Mass organized units like Black Hundreds militias and Okharna purge any "Maloross bandits" and "Gans sympathizers" across of czarist territory in during SGW. The main victims of these massacres are obviously the Jews but I wouldn’t be surprised they started targeting ethnic germans communities horribly with harassment, mistreatment and discrimination to even deportation.
The Mass killing of Jews would be European version of the Population Reduction down in the South in the SGW
It was a wonderful post and I hope that am be able to be as good as him soon. Allochronian and SM are my inspiration to make better posts on this thread
St Petersburg will be the Hiroshima of Europe
Also do you still going to do the project of the Superbomb soon?
They don’t want to have Bolsheviks in their border and spread their communist ideals. So they decided to kill off the bolsheviks when they not in use anymore
BasicallySo, in other words, they clean up the mess they caused.
Either London, Norwich, Brighton, Hamburg, Paris, or that place in between Burges and Ghent.If St Petersburg was the TL-191 of Hiroshima then whos going to been the TL-191 version of Nagasaki.
It was the one in between Burges and Ghent.I am not sure which nuke ended Churchill's government and enforced Brits to sue peace.
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Picture of a destroyed black-owned Church in Richmond, November 1938, during the Night of Broken Glass.
Unlike with Kaiser Wilhelm, they would not be as tolerant with the Black people unlike with the German Jews because the South have a lot of White led massacre on black communities during the Jim Crow era"For the first time, I am ashamed to be a Confederate."- Former President Gaberial Semmes, 1938.
I referenced Wilhelm's quote after Kristallnacht: "For the first time, I am ashamed to be German."Highly be more bloody and even more persecuted than ever in the South
Unlike with Kaiser Wilhelm, they would not be as tolerant with the Black people unlike with the German Jews because the South have a lot of White led massacre on black communities during the Jim Crow era
Yes, I know about that and research it mateI referenced Wilhelm's quote after Kristallnacht: "For the first time, I am ashamed to be German."
The Easter Rising was actually successful ITTL, IIRC, based on the implied fact that the British army stationed in Ireland leaving for Canada. (May have been some other user who actually said that, but sounds very plausible.) Also, the Protestant Loyalists were defeated and all left after the ATL Irish Civil War in 1922, so there would be hardly any of them left by 1945.In honor of St. Patrick's Day.
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Picture of the Irish Citizen Army outside Liberty Hall, 1914. The phrase: "We serve neither King nor Kaiser, but Ireland" would be used by Irish isolationists in the interwar period, during the Second Great War, at least before the 1941 British invasion of Ireland, and after the Second Great War.
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O'Connell Street, Dublin, after the Easter Rising. The Easter Rising was crushed in 1916, but it would be the spark that would lead to the Greater Irish rebellion.
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Aftermath of the defense of Cork, late 1941.
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Picture of British troops withdrawing from Ireland in 1945, shortly after the singing of the 1945 Berlin Peace Treaties.
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Picture of the Irish President inspecting troops outside Belfast City Hall on the day Northern Ireland's parliament first met. The 1945 Berlin Peace Treaties restored Ireland's independence; however, Northern Ireland was given autonomous status to stop future uprisings.
Ok, that's fair. I don't remember if the books said anything about the Easter Rising, but yeah, the Easter Rising being successful makes sense.The Easter Rising was actually successful ITTL, IIRC, based on the implied fact that the British army stationed in Ireland leaving for Canada. (May have been some other user who actually said that, but sounds very plausible.)
Didn't Britain invade Ireland in the 2GW through Ulster?Also, the Protestant Loyalists were defeated and all left after the ATL Irish Civil War in 1922, so there would be hardly any of them left by 1945.
Due to proxomity, yes. But like I said, there already would've been an exodus of the protestants who lived there.Didn't Britain invade Ireland in the 2GW through Ulster?