Woah, Marloski's and Allochronian's lore! Got some of the well known posts here, and possibly some future ones.👀
I respectfully disagree with that sentiment as the Mexican American will be mostly located in the confederacy as well as smaller population than OTL in the American Southwest that are likely have more anti-Mexican sentiments. This is not a mentioning that the US are ayokay with shooting down civilians in retribution for partisan attacks in Canada and the south so it’s not a stretch to say that they would deport the Mexicans into internment camps similar to what they did in the Japanese in OTL.The one I'd be most skeptical about, as a Mexican myself, would be the internment camps as Mexicans living in the US would be universally opposed to the Second Empire and supportive of the US and Republican cause. And if this were pursued, it would draw a lot more condemnation and uncomfortable parallels with knowledge of the Destruction than the US did IOTL with the internment of Japanese civilians. A bit of food for thought borrowed from David on After the End. But it doesn't mean it couldn't happen, as the wartime hysteria could possibly lead it happening to some group like the Mormons more likely.
I could explain some for you but it’s just some, not allI don't know even an eighth of these, but they all sound so cool that I NEED to know more, hahaha.
Actually yes, it is a reference for the mystery and adapted to be happened in good old Georgia during SGWIs the “6,000 lost Georgian soldiers “ a reference to the Chinese soldiers that vanished during the second sino Japanese war?
Some are actually posts and some ideas that I or at least someone hopefully make a post about them soonhold up , are these all actual posts here ?
Amazing work you've done with these, Jett! These sum up the major conflicts well. Can't wait to see more of them.
While do like your Wikibox edit and overall looks good, I just think that should be more detailed like this Wikibox about the siege of Jerusalem during the Ottoman crisis. I just want some more pictures, leaders, more descriptions, about the images and the overall numbers over the siege. I recommend going to Wikibox of Wikipedia and draw some inspiration there.
Kare ga shindara kare wa shinu (Translation: If He Dies He Dies after brutally defeating and killing Apollo Creed) Watashi wa anata o kowasanakereba narimasen (Translation: I must break you) Hiroya Egashira would been infamous on killing Apollo Creed in Rocky IV he will come back on Creed II like he had a son fighting Adonis Creed.Hiroya Egashira, the main antagonist and rival of Rocky Balboa in the film Rocky IV
Hmm, this one's interesting. It seems that Britain ends up in an Algerian War situation here with a violent struggle for independence by India.
President Subhas Chandra Bose giving a speech in Tokyo, 1956.
Since the defeat of the British Empire in the Second Great War, the British were ill-equipped to push back the Japanese from their Pacific/Asian holdings, except for India. However, Japan learning from their attempts to start an insurgency in US-occupied Canada, established the Free India Front, with Subhas Chandra Bose as the leader of the movement. The first recruits for the FIF came from the Indian POWs who were captured in Malaysia during the SGW, with the majority of them volunteering overnight. Japan trained these new volunteers in guerilla fighting, with a plan to send them back into India and to start local rebellions against British rule.
Subhas Chandra Bose, entered back in India in 1946 along with the first wave of soldiers and infiltrators, at first the FIF operated in the major cities, influencing the Young Indian population in universities and from low incomes, spreading stories for the State of India is Britain's fault. It wasn't long before the first uprisings occurred in New Dehli in 1950 with the FIF numbers reaching half a million then finally with the help of the defectors from the British Indian Army outnumbered the British Empire forces. The Second Indian Rebellion took place in 1951 and ended in 1955 with a Victory for the FIF.
Japan was the first nation to recognize the newly formed Federation of India along with other members of the Co-Prosperity Sphere. Britain facing a civil war accepted Indian Independence and withdrew all of their remaining forces from the Indian Subcontinent, Subhas Chandra Bose was declared President by the Indian Congress, though there were few who disagreed with the position, seeing that India simply traded Britain for Japan.
You could ask David about who are the leaders are in each WikiboxBonus Infobox for After the End (2)
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I don't have much information about the leaders in the Long Crisis, so I left some blank. If anyone has any information on leaders in the Long Crisis conflicts, let me know, and I'll fix it.