Photos from The Thousand Week Reich


Gestapo officer Ludwig Kessler in Vienna, 1946. Kessler originally served in Belgium but was recalled to Vienna following the end of the war. Although this change was officially a result of a routine personnel shift, his diary frequently mentioned a Luftwaffe officer that he frequently butted heads with.

Runa Eichel of the League of German Girls at the time of her defection to the Swiss resistance in 1955. Runa witnessed a Heer artillery strike on a small town near Zurich as revenge for a sniper attack on an SS convoy. Disgusted and disillusioned, Runa fled and was found by a resistance cell that operated near Lake Zurich. Although initially suspicious of her, Runa's willingness to fire on German soldiers convinced them of her honesty and she served with the cell until Switzerland was freed. During her time in the resistance, she grew close to a Jewish demolitionist named Hugo Mazer and married him after the fall of the Reich. Runa would occasionally taunt captured Nazi Party officials and SS personnel by behaving suggestively toward Hugo.

A photo of mikhaily restaurant (circa 1958) the russian republic largest casual fast food chain (which is set to expand to japan,china and the us in 2023). The chain first started as a small food truck selling to dock worker and american soldier in vladivostok but soon it turn into one of the largest chain of restaurant in the russian republic and by 2000 the chain has opened approx 200 restaurant

A Nazi Party official in Bavaria during a visit to a local brewery, 1945. The celebrations of Germany's victory over the Soviets prompted mass scale celebrations throughout the Reich, with the celebrations in Munich bringing in three million people. Providing beer for so many people was such a monumental task that local party officials had to go from brewery to brewery and place massive orders in advance in order to cater to everyone. Hugo Strelitz, who was an apprentice brewer at the time, recalled that a party official came to his brewery and checked on the status of a very sizable order that was meant for the victory festivities. Upon being told there may be a two day delay, the official 'turned as pale as candle wax.'

Obergruppenfuhrer Tellermann in Berlin, 1955. Tellermann was killed in a bombing by Heer loyalists that partially destroyed his office.

Vladivostok police officer in riot gear guarding the presidential palace during the september riot (4 to 20 september 1998) caused by the asian finacial crash and overall dissastisfication of yeltsin presidency (his presidency is mared with scandals,corruption and increasing kleptocracy) which would lead him to resign on the 20th of september with his vice president sergey kiriyenko taking the position as president
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I REALLY wanted to make something professional here but things are a mess and I cannot, sorry


Emperor Vladimir I of the Russian Empire (1917-1992). Vladimir I was crowned in 1953, shorthly after the falangist take over of western russia on the aftermath of the Third Russian Revolution.

The great phantasy over the russian national hymn, the version played during his coronation. The coronation was transmitted throught newsreels over all Russia and in some cases televisioned by foreign news channels present in Moscow during the event. The city had been partially restored for the event.


Alexander Vladimirovitch Rutskoi (B 1947), the first non falangist prime minister of the Russian Empire, having acted in the position in 1987. While in theory Russia is a democratic constitutional monarchy, Vladimir I heavily political participation and the remnants of the falangist influence locked the country as a de facto semi constitutional monarchy with an strong Tsar.


The current russian Tsar, George I Romanov during his marriage with the italian princess Victoria Romanovna Bettarini, 2021. The event was highly regarded as what some described as the consolidation of an weberian "traditional" diplomatic cerimony cementing even stronger ties between the Russian Empire and the Kingdom of Italy.
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Investigator examined the engine of ANA flight 180 which just collided mid air with far eastern airline flight 29 (russian republic flag carrier) over the udegeyskaya national park which caused 385 people to lost their live.

The cause at first was blamed on the ATC and zero visibility during a snowstorm but after the investigator examined the wreckage of flight 29 they found that flight 29 TCAS was sabotaged and the saboteur turns out to be a disgruntled former employee of far eastern airline who intend to commit suicede with the plane homever he missed the flight due to a traffic jam, the police was quick to arrest the man (he nearly succeded in killing himself but the police arrived just in time) and he was sentenced to live imprisonment. (some wanted him to be executed but execution in the russian republic is only reserved for high treason against the state) (the wikibox is in the wikibox thread btw)
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Walter Wagner at his Berlin office, 1947. A member of the party's Central Legal Department, Wagner married Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun at the Berghof shortly following the defeat of the Soviets. Hitler seemed to have selected him out of convenience but Walter soon found himself nigh untouchable when it came to the legal department's power games.
Woman cannot inherit, so it passed from Vladimir to George, jumping his mother.

Agnatic law not work that way. IDK how makers of this fornat have thought but agnatic lineage means barring of female lineage so even if ruler's daughter has a son, he wouldn't inherit a throne but it would go to ruler's closet male lineage relative.

In other hand I would imaginate that on modern day shole succession legistature would had been changed more equal and woman would had allowed to be ruler in absence of male heir.
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A radio assembly line in an electronic factory located on the outskirt of khabarovks during the period known as "The Russian Good Times".

The Russian Good Times was a period in which the russian republic went rapidly from being one of the world poorest nation to one of the wealthiest for example the average russian worker during the 60s made around 5,500 ruble per year which is equivalent to about 250 USD and meanwhile an average worker from the 80s and 90s could make up to 155,000 ruble per year which is roughly about 45,000 USD.

Many factors contributed to the growth like the heavy and agresive push for heavy indistrialization,economic help from the US,expanding the republic growing industry (like vladivostok motors and dalvazod the republic largest car and ship manufacturer respectively). Homever this period is not without controversy as the Union of 17 October better known as Octobriat controlled the goverment until the resignation of president yeltsin from a corruption scandal and alongside this the goverment repressed any sort of movement that is deemed to hamper the economic development and most importantly the problem buryatia began in this period as the RFP tried to overthrow the buryatian provincial goverment in a period known as the "Buryatia Troubles".
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A general store in a small city near vladivostok filled with foods and other goodies, circa 1979.

The Russian Good Times also brought in a period of spending as the general public now with their newfound wealth began to buy more which drove the food and domestic manufacturing of the republic into overdrive it is reported that in the 80s every general store in the republic is always full of goods no matter if its located in siberia,the border with the soviet union or in the bustling metropolis like vladivostok and khabarovks. Many private company like the produce giant Uncle Khruschev Produce,the large canning corporation Khabarovsk Canning Company and the car giant Vladivostok Motors contributed heavily to this period.

A public canteen in novosbirsk, circa 1976.
Food in the republic just like any other thing was something that gradually becomes better as previously the diet of an average russian republican citizen would be very limited ie soups,bread,potatoes etc homever as the years progress and the economy improves an average citizen could expect to see meat regularly (canned like Tushonka beef and spam or freshly cut one) something that back in the 50s was a luxury item and overall just better quality and more in quantity.

A restaurant in vladivostok, circa 1981.
As the years progressed and the economy gotten better western product and culture started to become a regular thing in the republic like for example before the economic reforms of the 70s an average citizen would comsider eating at a restaurant to be a special affair and especially western restaurant but by the time 1980 rolled around it has become a regular thing especially for city folks as one could just walk into a restaurant and order what they want for a reasonable prices.
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A russian republic air force VA (Vladivostok Aviators) Stervyatnik bomber taking off from pavel zhigarev air force base in khabarovsk, 1969.

The development of nuclear weapons in the russian republic began in the as early as 1950s after the establishment of the russian republic in the aftermath of the collapse of the soviet union and by the late 60s prototype nuclear weapon are being tested in the arctic with US support. (the nuclear weapon project briefly stopped during the esery administration after ivan mikhailov stepped down due to controversy regarding the failure of the republic to capture perm and mismanagement of the budget and it started again during the administration of the octobrist party mainly by president solzhenitsyn and his succesor)

Copying the B-52 bomber tactic the russian republic developed a multirole bomber that can perform various tasked including carrying nuclear weapon and what came out of that development is the VA Stervyatnik (vulture) a large bomber that is capable of doing conventional bombing run and also carry nuclear weapons.

The Sicilian Mafia, which worked as an underground resistance and intelligence unit for the Allies.
Ah yes, pictured here in the mafia 2 game starring Vito and Joe. This is from one of the later chapters in the 1950s when Joe flees from Falcone and is apprehended by the police and dispatched to fight in Europe while Vito has to fabricate a fake order to recall him back to Empire bay.
I'm back people! Got a new job so I wasn't able to post in quite a while.


A Kriegsmarine officer in Sochi, 1950. The city was a popular vacation destination for the victorious Germans for the first few years after the end of the German-Soviet War, with Stalin's dacha even being made into a resort for high ranking Nazi leaders. However, an ever escalating insurgency made tourism drop off sharply and Kriegsmarine forces were under constant attack.


A family of French Jews in Jamaica, 1954. Many French Jews who had escaped to Britain before France fell to the Nazis were eager to put as much distance between them and mainland Europe. A large number of these refugees moved to Jamaica where they quickly set down roots. While many relocated to Israel following the fall of the Reich, others chose to stay, having set down roots in the island nation.