Photos of Red Flood



A gas station operated by the American oil giant Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California.) This gas station is located in San Diego and is considered an exemplar of the company's gas stations.


A picture of former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Donald Trump, taken while visiting the White House in 2010.

Engelbert Dollfuß, Chancellor and Dictator of Austria, meeting with officers of the Austrian Landwher immediately after the German Social Republic decaled war on the Austrian Empire in 1939. Dollfuß would eventually commit secede after the Siege of Vienna and the surrender of the Austrian Empire.


A rare photograph of Winston Churchill, the notorious English warlord of the United Provinces in post-British India, in his bunker underneath his mansion and government headquarters in Lucknow. Churchill's reign of terror would end after the nation was conquered by Bose's Indian People's Republic in 1940, with Churchill committing suicide in his bunker. His body was cremated and the ashes scattered in the Ganges River, ending the legacy of one of the most brutal colonialists since Leopold of Belgium.


Christopher R. W. Nevinson, the notorious English artist and Futurist politician, who became notorious for his collaboration with Avant-Garde France and his propaganda broadcasts aired from Le Soliel towards Great Britain. Nevinson, a friend of both French Patron Artuadand Italian Duce Marinetti, Nevinson helped organize the British Futurist Legion, a collaborationist militia made up mostly of British and British Commonwealth POWs in Franco-Italian custody, as well as some expatriates from the British Commonwealth who joined of their own volition. At the end of the war, Nevinson was executed by the British Army for treason against the British crown.
Alright, here's a fairly dark one.


Alexei Gastev (1882-1971)

In spite of the infamy he holds in the history textbooks, Alexei Gastev was once a fairly obscure Accelerationist politician in the Russian successor state of Zheltorossiya. However, following a series of political crises, he launched a coup and gained control of Zheltorossiya. Thus, the unstable republic became a dictatorship of an truly unprecedented variety.

Once in charge, he proved not to be any ordinary sort of dictator. Rather, he became an existential threat to human society and freedom as we know it. Under his crazed rule, names were to be abolished and replaced with numbers, and the family was destroyed. The freedom of the citizens was limited as much as possible in every way.

In spite of its apparent insanity, the One State was able to conquer much of Russia and China. Indeed, the rogue state seemed poise to extinguish human society as we know it. However, following the invention of nuclear weapons, Gastev ended his campaign of expansion and chose to begin consolidating power within the territories he already governed. Following the end of the One State's expansion, Gastev then ruled his nightmarish totalitarian domain until his death at the age of 89.

After Gastev's death, the One State came under the rule of a faceless council of bureaucrats and scientists. To this day, the One State is widely deemed to be the worst government to have ever existed in the entirety of human history.

Charles Louis Hueber is one of the leaders of the Alsatian branch of the German Communist Party. Hueber became involved in political struggles at a young age. In 1900 he founded the Alsatian section of the Metal Workers Trade Union. In 1910 he became the secretary of the Social Democratic Party branch in Alsace-Lorraine. He fought in the German Army during World War I, and became a sergeant. During the revolutionary upsurge of 1918, Hueber acted as the chairman of the Strasbourg Soldiers Council.
An ardent supporter of German unionism and the war with France. During the war, he was close to the "nationalist" faction, but did not advertise officially. According to him, "first Alsace, then Germany."