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Map of the 78th United States Congress following the 1942 midterms

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While all parties in the United States formed a non-partisan coalition in the House and Senate since the start of the Second Great War, the Democrats gained a slight majority in the coalition in both chambers of Congress due to the general public blaming the Socialists for the war starting. House and Senate seats in Ohio are unchanged due to the state being under Confederate occupation. House seats in Confederate-controlled Indiana and Pennsylvania would also be unchanged for similar reasons. The Democrats would now be in charge of the homefront of the Second Great War, which historians would credit as part of the reason why Charles W. LaFollte would lose in 1944.

French Brig. General Charles de Gaulle giving his famous "Brazzaville Address" in 1944. He called upon the French colonial governments not to recognize the surrender of Actionist France, and for French Africa to become a staging ground for anti-German resistance.
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Picture of Moro Rebels in the Japanese Philippines, ca. 1942.

The Moros people are a Muslim-majority ethnic group in what is today the southern Philippines. The Moros had conflicted with colonial occupiers of the Philippines, the Spanish, and the Japanese. The largest Moro uprising before the 1970s to 1990s Japanese rebellions was from 1899 to 1913. After the Pacific War ended in stalemate in 1934, and as payback for supporting Canadian rebels, the United States began to secretly support Moro rebels. While supplies to the rebels had dropped during the Second Great War and the Japanese capture of Midway in 1941, the Moros rose up in open rebellion in 1942. In early 1944, the revolt was crushed, but the spirit of rebellion wasn't.
Bavarian Fried Chickens most famous meal the iconic Deluxe Meal of 6 pieces Schnitzel style with fries and a drink.

Bavarian Fried Chicken was founded by Heinrich Himmler, an a chicken breeder and entrepreneur who began selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in Munich Germany, during the Great Depression.


Photo of Moro mercenaries during the German War in Venezuela (2001-21), somewhere in the Amazon rainforest, ca. 2012.

In 1991, the Japanese Empire withdrew from all of its colonies. However, in the former Japanese Philippines, conflict was brewing. The self-declared Republic of Mindanao joined the Filipino Republic in 1993 following a referendum, both of which were recognized by the Japanese following the singing of the Tokoyo Accords. However, some in the Mindanao republic didn't want to join the Philippines, as evidenced by the referendum results with joining having 50.0% and remaining independent having 49.9% of the vote. Riots occurred in Mindanao following the results; some Islamist extremist groups formed to overthrow the Mindanao government to prevent the transfer to the Philippines. The newly formed provincial government of Mindanao requested the assistance of the federal Filipino government. Up until 2019, the region was a hotbed of violence. Many fled the region between 1993 and 2019, and the many who escaped were veterans of the Moro Rebellions of the 1970s to 90s. These veterans formed Private Military Companies (PMCs) to get cash from any government that would hire them. The Moro PMCs gained notoriety during the German War in Venezuela as the German-backed Federal Republic of Venezuela and loyalists to the Mormon Dominion hired them to fight each other. Moro PMC activity would die down due to the end of the conflict in Mindanao, as many would return home, and the end of the German War in Venezuela in 2021 after Mormon extremists had taken Caracas, and the Second Mormon Dominion of Venezuela would stop giving the Moro PMCs money. However, South America is rising high in the Moro diaspora, as some Moro PMCs would settle down in various South American countries even before the end of the War in Venezuela.

Credit to @CASSICTOR2 for the idea.
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March 1955. German soldiers removing a barrier along the border between Austria and Germany, after the annexation of Austria ('Anschluss').

Confederate Soldiers marching in Richmond during a military parade in early August, 1914. Many of these men would be killed during the Army of Northern Virginia's failed campaign to take Philadelphia in late 1914/early 1915.