Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by Historyman 14, Jan 2, 2018.
That raise a interesting question, is Argentina pro-Reich.
I don’t think the US would tolerate a pro-Reich government existing in that close of a proximity to their own sphere of influence.
The one thing I can't never get is how Italy control not just Ethiopia, but all of Sudan. Its just impossible even within Fatherland.
I would think that Africa is firmly in the hands of the United States, who has basses in the Kingdom of Libya, Free French Africa and Free British Africa.
WI Mussolini borrows poison gas from Hitler, Axis shows off its WMD in action once again, and world huffs and puffs and does nothing. Just a theory.
I doubt that very much. At the very best, Italy gets back Libya, but that's it.
Here is a map of the world of Fatherland in the year of 2019, fifty-five years after the beginning of the fall of the Greater German Reich.
@Ukron, another interesting thread
The American flag flies over the Heroes' Cemetery in Taguig, Metro Manila, Commonwealth of the Philippines, c. 2018.
(OOC: The Philippines remained a U.S. Commonwealth in the Fatherland timeline. It is unknown if it became a state or retained its commonwealth status years later like the Marianas and Puerto Rico. Also, I'm not sure how many states the United States has in this Alternate 2019).
F-16 Falcons and other USAF aircraft at Clark Air Base, Commonwealth of the Philippines (U.S. Territory) pictured in 1989. It is currently the largest air base of the United States Air Force in the Far East. Though it has considerably downsized its forces, many analysts and pro-independence Filipinos have criticized the continuing American pressence in the Western Pacific with lack of a rival to contain in the 21st century.
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima (right) and Nagasaki (left) on August 6 and 9, 1945, which ended the Pacific War with Allied Victory. So far, it is the only use of nuclear weapon during warfare.
Assembly of PPSh-41 submachine guns in 1948. The Soviets continued to fight a defensive war-of-attrition against the Wermatch after the end of World War II.
Mikhail Kalashnikov pictured here showing Soviet military commanders his new concept of an AK-47 "assault rifle" which would later see use against the Wermatch in the 1950s and 1960s.
Kalashnikov in 2008 pictured with an AK-47. The gun designer would pass away on December 2013 where prior to this, he expressed disdain that his weapon was used for warfare.
Skyline of Lower Manhattan, New York City in 2016.
Tokyo celebrates New Year's Eve on January 1, 2019.
Kim Il-Sung, CEO of Juche Electronics from 1957 to 1994
Kim Jong-Il, CEO of Juche Electronics from 1994 to 2011.
Kim Jong-Un, CEO of Juche Electronics from 2011 onwards.
CEOs of Juche Electronics, a Korean-based electronics company owned by the Kim Family. Kim Il-Sung founded the company in the years after World War II where he became the CEO. Upon his death in 1994, his son Kim Jong-Il took position until his death in 2011. Kim Jong-Un, the grandon of Il-Sung and son of Jong-Il, is the current sitting CEO.
Soviet Navy sailors training with M1928A1 Thompson submachine guns provided via Lend-Lease in 1945 for continued warfare against the Germans. The program was oversaw by the OSS then the CIA and the Department of Defense (formerly the War Department) with supplies was delivered by the U.S. Merchant Marine with escort with the U.S. Navy.
U.S. Navy sailors, U.S Merchant Mariners, and Soviet Navy sailors celebrate V-J Day on August 15, 1945. With Japan defeated, the Soviets continued their guerilla war against Nazi Germany. The United States continued to supply arms and war material to the Red Army for the next 20 years.
Nationalist soldiers training with rifles following the resumption of the Chinese Civil War in 1946.
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