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A model of The silver arrow The secretive NRC VIP jetliner A modified foxbat interceptor Most Chairmans preferred The Presidential aircraft to the silver arrow with the exception being underwood Who probably preferred it to Presidential aircraft
 
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Flag of Combined Syndicates of America (CSA) and the people’s Continental army (PCA) after the collapse of the CSA in 1937 it’s remnants continue to fight a guerrilla war against McArthur And the subsequent National restoration Council . Because of their isolation though Their only support was via the KMT’s Revolutionary Affairs bureau (革命事务局) Successors to the Infamous Zhōng tè jú . The PCA were Infamous among Anti-NRC Groups for their actions against the NRC Compared to groups like ALA They were Far more experienced And ruthless . They’re also friendly to the APLA And generally Had greater contact With international anti-NRC Forces and Other socialist parties. Post fall of the NRC They Refounded the Socialist party of America
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A photo of members of the national guard of Central America (Guardia Nacional de Centroamérica or la Guardia) The national guard in the central American Republic was a de facto second Armed forces In parallel to the regular military It had its own air forces own Navy And was a primary Force against anti-Junta insurgency In the 80s Underworld increased US Support for the unification Junta Against the FDLCA and MDENCA guerrillas


So what do you think of my new additions @theg*ddam*hoi2fan @President Earl Warren @raffaele gaggioli
 
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William Dudley Pelley,the leader of the Silver Shirts and the National Populist faction of the America First Party.After the defeat of the AUS,he coordinated the Minutemen insurgency against the CSA from Colombia until he was abducted by the Office of Strategic Services in 1965,trialed and executed,the last person to receive death penalty for treason and acts of terrorism in the Workers Confederation.
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy
 
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Flag of Combined Syndicates of America (CSA) and the people’s Continental army (PCA) after the collapse of the CSA in 1937 it’s remnants continue to fight a guerrilla war against McArthur And the subsequent National restoration Council . Because of their isolation though Their only support was via the KMT’s Revolutionary Affairs bureau (革命事务局) Successors to the Infamous Zhōng tè jú . The PCA were Infamous among Anti-NRC Groups for their actions against the NRC Compared to groups like ALA They were Far more experienced And ruthless . They’re also friendly to the APLA And generally Had greater contact With international anti-NRC Forces and Other socialist parties. Post fall of the NRC They Refounded the Socialist party of America
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A photo of members of the national guard of Central America (Guardia Nacional de Centroamérica or la Guardia) The national guard in the central American Republic was a de facto second Armed forces In parallel to the regular military It had its own air forces own Navy And was a primary Force against anti-Junta insurgency In the 80s Underworld increased US Support for the unification Junta Against the FDLCA and MDENCA guerrillas


So what do you think of my new additions @theg*ddam*hoi2fan @President Earl Warren @raffaele gaggioli
Very good
 

William Richard Tolbert Jr 20th president of Liberia and Chairman of the National Redemption council (NRC-L) Considered one of the principal Leaders of the NRC era US’s New Africa initiative (NAI) . The NRC-L Continued and enhanced Americo-Liberian Dominance in the country as well as encourage african-american Immigration under the new settlement initiative in collaboration with NRC era US. the NRC-L Lasted until 1989 With the start of the first Liberian Civil War

Putting the concept Put forward by @raffaele gaggioli In to Writing
 

William Richard Tolbert Jr 20th president of Liberia and Chairman of the National Redemption council (NRC-L) Considered one of the principal Leaders of the NRC era US’s New Africa initiative (NAI) . The NRC-L Continued and enhanced Americo-Liberian Dominance in the country as well as encourage african-american Immigration under the new settlement initiative in collaboration with NRC era US. the NRC-L Lasted until 1989 With the start of the first Liberian Civil War

Putting the concept Put forward by @raffaele gaggioli In to Writing
Thank you very much for this
 
Sure, why not? What do you have in mind?
here’s a current list all the Factions in the Civil War This is not including potential spill over To the rest of West Africa
Independent liberation front of Liberia IIFL supported by Elfenbeinküste (Ivory Coast)

National independence front of Liberia (NIFL)supported by Guinea

National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL)

United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO)

Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL)

Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL)

Librarian people liberation Army (LPLA)

Africans people liberation Army-West Africa (APLA-WA)

All of Factions gain territory post collapse of the NRC-L at the beginning of the Civil War Also I suggest we do a bit of research on the real life Librarian civil wars
 
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here’s a current list all the Factions in the Civil War This is not including potential spill over To the rest of West Africa
Independent liberation front of Liberia IIFL supported by Elfenbeinküste (Ivory Coast)

National independence front of Liberia (NIFL)supported by Guinea

National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL)

United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO)

Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL)

Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL)

Librarian people liberation Army (LPLA)

Africans people liberation Army-West Africa (APLA-WA)

All of Factions gain territory post collapse of the NRC-L at the beginning of the Civil War Also I suggest we do a bit of research on the real life Librarian civil wars
So this is basically a Yugoslavia type pf collapse?
Also i think we should start with explaining how and why the US started the program
 
we should start with explaining how and why the US started the program
I did some research Liberia And apparently in OTL The economy was good in the 50s and 60s So I figured the program is a mix of Liberian advertisement Immigration while We need to think of The national restoration Councils reasons of initiating the program. One of the unexpected results is the fact that African people's Liberation Army As of getting a West African Branch due to the amount of African American Settlement They also have of a Central African Branch but that's entirely different Story from The West African one
 
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I did some research Liberia And apparently in OTL The economy was good in the 50s and 60s So I figured the program is a mix of Liberian advertisement Immigration while We need to think of The national restoration Councils reasons of initiating the program. One of the unexpected results is the fact that African people's Liberation Army As of getting a West African Branch due to the amount of African American Settlement They also have of a Central African Branch but that's entirely different Story from The West African one
Regarding the National Restoration Council's motivations to start the program, i had three ideas:
1) It wanted to get rid of a minority that it considered untrostworthy and improve its relationship with the southern states who sided with the AUS during the 2ACW

2)It wanted to expand its sphere of influence in Africa, especially because Ethiopia was the only african nation friendly to the US and only because its alliance with the Russian Empire

3) Some of its members actuslly believed it was the best solution for both the whites and blacks living in the US.

My idea is that only political activists were drported to Liberia. For the most part african-americans were simply encouraged to move there, mostly with the promises of more freedoom and financial benefits

I was also considering the idea that the Liberia idea started only after the collapse of the Spanish State in Morocco (see my post at page 128 for more details regarding Spain).
 
Ethiopia was the only african nation friendly to the US and only because its alliance with the Russian Empire
With regards to states like Ethiopia I have a list of the exact elements of what I imagine the Cold War Africa being like
Also African states tend to choose Multiple states To be aligned with all simultaneous so they tend to be in Multiple spheres of influence at the same time
Here’s the list so far

United republic of Tanzania

Pro entente, pro-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa
Ruling party party of the Revolution
Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM)
Tanganyika Rifles—>Tanzania People’s Defence Force (TPDF) ( Jeshi la Wananchi wa Tanzania(JWTZ)Streitkräfte Tansanias SKT

East African community
Frontline State
Supports

Southwest African Peoples organization (SWPO) Südwestafrikanische Volksorganisation SWVO)people’s liberation Army of Namibia PLAN)Volksbefreiungsarmee Namibias VFAN)

(Peoples movement for the liberation of Angola;Movimento Popular de Libertação de Angola ;MPLA) peoples armed forces of liberation of Angola;Forças Armadas Populares de Libertação de Angola ;FAPLA;Forças Armadas Angolanas) or FAA )

(Mozambique liberation front; Frente de Libertação de Moçambique;FRELIMO) peoples force for the liberation of Mozambique;Forças Populares de Libertação de Moçambique;FPLM;Forças Armadas de Moçambique - FPLM;Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique) or FADM )

United Kingdoms of Ruanda and Burundi

Republic of Botswana
Botswana Defence Force (BDF,Sesole Sa Botswana)
Entente Member

Guinea
Democratic Party of Guinea-African Democratic Rally (Parti Démocratique de Guinée-Rassemblement Démocratique
Republic of Guinea Armed Forces;Forces armées guinéennes)
anti-entente, pro-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa
Frontline State

the Republic of Ghana
Convention People's Party
Apam Nkorɔfo Kuw
Ghana Armed Forces
pro-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments pro-entente anti-Reichspakt in Africa


Liberia
National Redemption council (NRC-L)
A NRC backed government
New Africa initiative

Kenya
Pro-entente anti-EASA pro APCPS
Anti-NRC backed governments Anti-Reichspakt in Africa
Ruling party:Kenya African National Union
Kenya Defence Force

Zambia
United national Independence Party
Zambia Defence Force
Anti-entente, pro-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa
Frontline State
Malawi
Malawi Congress party
Malawian defense force
Pro-entente, anti--EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa

Ethiopia
Pro independence forces
Aligned with EASA and APCPS
Friendly with the Russian state
Supports
Sudan people liberation army SPLA/Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM)

Somalia
Pro independence forces
Aligned with EASA and APCPS
Supports
Eritrean liberation front ELF

Egypt
Pro independence forces
Aligned with the Reichspakt

Togolese Republic
Party of Togolese Unity Partei der togolesischen Einheit PTE
Togolese Armed Forces Togolesische Streitkräfte TSK
Pro-entente, anti--EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa

Algeria
National liberation front
Peoples national army
Pro independence forces
Highly anti colonial
Neutral

Morocco
Pro-Reichspakt

South Africa
South African Party
entente Member

Kingdom of Lesotho
Lesotho Defence Force (LDF)
entente Member

Kingdom of Eswatini/Swaziland
Umbutfo Eswatini Defence Force (UEDF)/Royal Swaziland Defence Force
entente Member

Elfenbeinküste
Verteidigungs- und Sicherheitskräfte der Elfenbeinküste
VSEK
Demokratische Partei der Elfenbeinküste DPEK
Frontline State
Pro-entente, anti-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa
Ivorische Volksfront IVF

Sierra Leone
All People's Congress (APC)
Nationally Frontline State
Pro-entente, pro-EASA and pro APCPS anti-NRC backed governments anti-Reichspakt in Africa

Conflict areas
German Southwest Africa
Defense force;Südwestafrika Landeswehr;SALS)

Portuguese colonies
Pro-APCPS Rebels

National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (União Nacional para a Independência Total de Angola;UNITA,
Armed Forces of the Liberation of Angola;Forças Armadas de Libertação de Angola;FALA)

Mozambican National Resistance Resistência Nacional Moçambicana(RENAMO)



Uganda
Ugandan people’s Congress Congress ya Watu wa Uganda; UPC 1962-1965 idi admin military dictatorship 1966-1977 Ugandan National liberation front 1977-1988 National resistance movement Harakati za Upinzani za Kitaifa;NRM 1988-President


Greater Congo/Zaire
The popular restoration Council (PRC) Conseil de restauration populaire CRP Volksrestaurierungsrat VRR
A NRC and Reichspakt backed government lasted until 1997
Zairianische Streitkräfte ZSK

Supported
National Front for the Liberation of Angola (Frente Nacional de Libertação de Angola;FNLA)National Liberation Army of Angola (ELNA)
 
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Members of Samuel Doe’s United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO) Primarily made up of the former Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) Members . It was found In the immediate aftermath of Doe coup Against the NRC-L in 1989
 
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