Photos of the Kaiserreich

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German citizens wave red flags in honor of the Liberation Day, the day Germany was liberated by syndicalist forces and the Kaiserreich smashed.
 
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German citizens wave red flags in honor of the Liberation Day, the day Germany was liberated by syndicalist forces and the Kaiserreich smashed.
Honestly sounds like a false flag propaganda rally because I've never seen anyone celebrate losing a war. At most they'll feel sorry for all the fuss they cause and try not too forget it. At most they'll celebrate the end of war, not being crushed and humiliated
 
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Oil painting Eine letzte Reise (One Last Voyage) by German painter Ludwig Johannes Lindenmann, depicting the sortie of Luftstreitkräfte Oberst Paul Von Luetestein and his crews on August 4, 1944 in his Me 264 A-2 Nr.210375 at the beginning Unternehmen Himmel Rabe (Operation Heaven Raven), the Atomic Bombing on Manchester that ended the Second Weltkrieg.
 
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Wilhelm "the forgotten". Wilhelm Friedrich Franz Joseph Christian Olaf was the expected sucessor to Kaiser Wilhelm III and grandson of incubent Kaiser Wilhelm II, but was killed during the sedan offensive in 1943 after a surprise british bombing raid destroyed his own HQ. He's currently buried in Berlin.
 

Imperial Ethiopian army soldiers patrolling in Kikuyuland

With the collapse of German Mittelafrika in the late 30s. The power vacuum was immediately filled by native powers like Ethiopia and Somalia as well as the entente.
 

Wilhelm "the forgotten". Wilhelm Friedrich Franz Joseph Christian Olaf was the expected sucessor to Kaiser Wilhelm III and grandson of incubent Kaiser Wilhelm II, but was killed during the sedan offensive in 1943 after a surprise british bombing raid destroyed his own HQ. He's currently buried in Berlin.
Everytime a Wilhelm IV dies, I cry just a little bit more.
 
Honestly sounds like a false flag propaganda rally because I've never seen anyone celebrate losing a war. At most they'll feel sorry for all the fuss they cause and try not too forget it. At most they'll celebrate the end of war, not being crushed and humiliated
Nothing is like the zeal of a new convert, which apparently TTL's Germans have.
 
I'm gonna have to ask a German, Japanese, Italian, Hungarian and Romanian what they thought about losing the war for refrence
The German will say it's a good thing.
The Japanese will too, provided you don't ask about Nanking.
The Italian will point out they won thank you very much.

Can't speak for the last two, but I'd imagine it will be along the lines of "Fuck Hitler and Stalin".
 
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Thomas Robb, one of the top leaders of the Christian Warriors, a notorious terrorist group in the American South of the Union of American Socialist Republics, is pictured here speaking to foreign media in the far right Islamist Algerian State. He is still wanted for his involvement in the Columbus Metro Network attacks of 1998, in which 6 gunmen, all new recruits of the Christian Warriors opened fire on various Metro stops around the city of Columbus during the evening rush hour, killing 16 people and injuring almost a 100.

Chairman Sam Webb denounces Algeria's sanctuary of Mr. Robbs in a speech to Communist Party and AFL members in a speech in the UASR capital of Chicago
 

Friedrich Paulus (1890-1957), known by many as "The worst general in the world" was a desgraced German general known for being encircled in 1940 during a manouver in Flanders Wallonia. He was exchanged for a captured french general in 1941 and deployed in the east where he tried to recover his reputation by leading the German sixth army on Crimea, just to be again encircled and being freed again after the Russian defeat.
 
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