Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by pattontank12, Sep 25, 2017.
Pretty sure those guys are the Silver Legion since they're separate from the Minutemen.
Are they? My canon is that Pelley leads the minutemen
It was updated last year where the Silver Legion and the American First Party are both separate organizations that happen to work together. Heck they had updated the whole USA, CSA and AUS including the Civil War.
Spoiler: AUS Changes
Infantry Art (Note that the Silver Shirt Legionnaire and Minutemen are both seperate):
New Focus Tree:
New Political Focus:
First: " One man stands between the Kaiser, the assasin and total war. Arnold Schwarzenegger is The Bodyguard."
Second: "Five man in a jungle, and they forgot to bring the scenario for this film. Tropic thunder."
It's a ref to the OTL Tropic thunder(2008)
Third: come on, you already got that answered twice!
Could this lead into a civil war within the AUS?
No. It's mainly coups.
Also there are three paths for the AUS. You have Huey Long enacting his usual ideal policies (AuthDem), you have the Business Plot lead by the War Powers Committee who make Huey disappear and have America run by Industrialist Corporations (PatAut) and the Silver Legion who overthrow Huey and declare a Christian Theocracy that resembles Handmaiden's Tale (NatPop).
(the entente, not the poster which is good)
Some video. I have not seen them post here before.
AUS modified flamethrower M1 Combat Car in the battle of St. Louis
Do you smell that? Fuel oil, son. Nothing else in the world smells like that. I love the smell of fuel oil in the morning. You know, one time we attacked a hill, and our flame tanks were on the edge of attack. When it was all over I walked up. We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink Syndis body. The smell, you know that fuel oil smell, the whole hill. Smelled like... victory. Someday this war's gonna end...
- Bill Kilgore, the corporal of the AUS Army
Poster for the film “Come and See”, 1985. Set during the Second Weltkreig, it shows the experiences and trials endured by a teenage German partisan as he struggles to survive amidst the sheer brutality of the war. The film was pulled shortly after its release in multiple European countries due to its frightening and depressing nature though it remains a cult classic among film fans and historians.
I love this so much, my claps for the painter!
Here’s to hoping Russian experience in the war and by extension the film is less brutal than OTL, not more!
I posted the second one. Thanks for linking to the first one!
I think you’re missing the point of the thread. The purpose of the thread isn’t just Kaiserreich memes and stuff, those could go to the ,aim thread.
The last one was ok though.
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