Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by pattontank12, Sep 25, 2017.
German soldiers during the Weltkrieg.
What kind of uniforms and vehicles would they have in the Second American Civil War?
I don't know what vehicles they'll have but uniform wise i made a post sometime last year describing it goes like this
USA=same as the OTL USA in WW2
AUS= it's military would be wearing a combination of Austrian, German, and Russian uniforms while the militas (minutemen and silver shirts as ex) would be wearing US army uniforms from the Spanish-American war but with a greyish color in homage to the Confederates of the 1st Civil War
CSA= same as the US in WW1 but with the Ardian helmet while the militas (Red Guards mainly) would be wearing civilian clothing like the anarchists in the OTL Spanish Civil War
PSA=a weird mix of Canadian and Japanese uniforms
New England=whatever the Canadians have
A Pacific States soldier serving on the front line during the Second American Civil War.
CSA propaganda during the Second Civil War
Union of Britain propaganda
CSA propaganda poster
AUS propaganda poster
Entente anti-Syndicalist propaganda
The last one is super neat and would especially work with well with a Niclas y Glais Union of Britain/Autonimist Union of England, Wales and Scotland.
Winston Churchill and T.E. Lawrence. Good friends, they are photographed here as Churchill leaves Chartwell for Canada after the revolution begins. They would not meet again until the end of the 2nd Weltkreig, when Lawrence organized an uprising in the Union of Britain, and Churchill, the Lord of the Admiralty, brought in the Canadian Army to help the revolutionaries.
Any photos of cinematic superhero movies?
Female soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army. While kept away from most conflicts by the male dominated officer corps, as casualties rose among the men, these brave patriotic women soon proved their worth. They quickly became a source of national pride for the Empire.
Canadian propaganda poster.
AUS propaganda poster, encouraging young children to become auxiliaries for the Minutemen/Silver Legion
AUS propaganda c.1938
Federalist propaganda poster
Poster for Total Dawn, a historical TV Drama about the rise of Oswald Mosley, beginning with his famous Birmingham speech at the British Revolution all the way through the chaos of the early days of the revolution, to Mosley's rise as chairman, and his leadership as Grand Protector during the 2nd Weltkrieg.
The show has received unanimous praise for its attention to detail, stellar acting, gorgeous period pieces and historical accuracy, though as with all shows, liberties were taken to make it more interesting. But the most noteworthy thing is its portrayal of Oswald Mosley, giving an all together balanced view of the controversial man, balancing his Machiavellian scheming and egomania with a human side, alongside a very touching friendship between Oswald Mosley and Eric Blair.
Antony Beevor, renowned historian of the Union of Britain. One of his most famous work is The People's Flag: A History of the Union of Britain, with praise given to its well researched nature, alongside its honesty about the questionable things done in their history. He is also known to be a big fan of Total Dawn, and it is common knowledge that the directors of Total Dawn worked closely with Beevor to keep it as authentic as possible.
Canadian magazine Star Weekly, which was noted for it's anti-Syndicalist stance and royalist propaganda
So is there an official canon people are referring to when doing these pictures? Because it seems like most of them play to the same theme of the Syndicalists being defeated and the Germans and the Entente starting a cold war.
There is no canon.
CSA Totalist propaganda https://www.reddit.com/r/Kaiserreic...icalist_propaganda_poster_asking_citizens_to/
This. There's no canon past 1936.
And also, there's plenty of Syndicalist victory scenarios...
There's a lot more by the same poster, along with a full write-up of the history of his KR-Verse: https://www.alternatehistory.com/fo...-the-kaiserreich.426998/page-40#post-16093103
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