Photos of the Kaiserreich

a Kawasaki C-2 and China Railway CRH2
The range of products at Kawasaki Heavy Industries
The CRH2 Hexie (simplified Chinese: 和谐号; traditional Chinese: 和諧號; pinyin: Héxié Hào; literally: "Harmony") is one of the high-speed train models in China. Originally, the CRH2 was based on the E2-1000 Series Shinkansen design from Japan with the license purchased from a consortium formed of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Electric, and Hitachi, and represents the second Shinkansen train model to be exported.The Export license production E2-1000 Series Shinkansen in china Is considered a sign of Pan-Asian Unity Well the C-2 Is considered a sign of the IJAF Maturity As a Airpower

Tanzanian Artillery Engaging in counter battery fire Against Zairian army positions across lake Tanganyika in late 1980s

Members of the newly formed Liberian people‘s army the army of peoples reconstruction government it was Formed from combining Africans people liberation Army-West Africa,Librarian people liberation Army (LPLA) and the 1st African-American brigade/ 1ª brigada afro-americana into One United Army .the LPA became the only rebel group with tanks. Compared with most of rebel groups in the Liberian Civil War LPA Head uniforms

technical of the Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) in operation kraken Against the Interim Government of National Unity (IGNU) supported by Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL), United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO)

President Samuel Doe of the Interim Government of National Unity of Liberia Inspecting Government forces against the rebelling Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) Led by Prince Johnson. Doe forces were made up of Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL), United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO) Fighters with the ULIMO being his personal army
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Enjoy these covers of Time magazine from 1936...
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(I made these about two/three years ago for an AAR that I never ended up completing... they are REALLY bad, but hey, what can you do?)

Flag of The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), also known as the Lord's Resistance Movement,Originally known as the United Holy Salvation Army and Uganda Christian Army/Movement,the Uganda Peoples' Democratic Christian Army (UPDCA).,is a rebel group and heterodox Christian group which operates in northern Uganda, South Sudan, the Ubangi-Shari Republic, Republic of the greater Congo. LRA is considered extremely controversial in the post NRC United States Between people who viewed as a liberation movement against the Ugandan government and people viewed as terrorist group .STO has supported the East African Community counterinsurgency operations against the LRA . It’s been rumored and often speculated that former Silver legion members formed initial elite training cadre for LRA

Red Army soldiers of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics with a PTRD Anti-tank rifle, watching for Reichspakt Tanks, 1942.

The Soviet Union was perhaps the only far-left nation that did not receive the economic and military assistance the Syndintern provided, which caused problems between the two powers after the war. With the lack of aid and the Soviets absorbing the brunt of the fighting, and casualties, the Soviet Union violently purged any elements of Syndicalism after the war, causing widespread international sanctions.

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Modern Soviet Soldiers of the 427th Motor Rifle Division march, 2017

The Soviet Union maintained a communist society, but with a heavy tint of Nationalism and Militarism. Historian and scholars today see this as the major ideological difference between the so called "Syndicalist" and "Communist" ideologies, although variations exist within each. Other differences include role of the military and societal viewpoints on Social Justice.

  • Communal ownership of assets
  • Democratic Officer elections
  • (Usually) Leading Council
  • Top-Down appointed leader
  • Performance based promotions
  • Singular leader with advisors.


Units from the 12th Guards Tank Division parade in Moscow, 2017
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Here's more because I went to bed last night:

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Tanks of the 81st Mechanised Brigade (81ya Mekhanizirovaniy Korpus) on the Krasnyy Luki Combat Grounds, Siberia, 2019.

The Tanks of the USSR are both numerous and effective, the most common being the T-90. The T-90 is a so-called 'heavy tank' compared to the Western doctrine (excluding the Combined Syndicates) of lighter, stealthier tanks. In response, almost all Soviet tanks have RADAR packages in the turret along with thermal and night vision scopes.

T-14 In Manchuria, 2019

The latest Soviet Beast is the T-14 Universal Combat Platform. Sporting a 130mm gun and heavy armor, it is the largest tank both by dimension and by weight on earth. It's turret is completely automated, while all three crew members are situated in an even more heavily armored 'pod' in the hull. The tank has a 1,330 HP gas-turbine engine that is reliable and powerful, but with a short range if not for the gargantuan fuel tanks.

There are estimated to be several hundred in service by the time of the Manchurian War


T-95 Red Star Tank on a Testing Ground, 2001

The T-95 was an experimental tank developed as a successor to the T-80, which was quickly growing outdated after the Ottoman Crisis, when it was discovered that the Kontakt 1 ERA was outdated against Syndicalist HEAT shells. A new armor type was quickly added to the drawing board, where it was calculated that the T-80 just wouldn't be powerful enough to mount the desired amount of armor on the vehicle, and so a new tank was designed, in parallel to the T-90, which was considered a stopgap measure. And so, the T-95 was born. in 2001, it entered trials, but the long design period, massive costs in both design and production, and incompatibility in technologies eventually killed the project.

Ideas from it were included in the T-14, which was of superior design anyway, which 'avenged' it's legacy.


British soldiers of the "Universal Battalion" of the Revolutionary Marines in training at Smedley Butler Combat Testing Grounds, Michigan, 2019
The Union of Britain, one of only two nations in the SyndIntern which practices Totalism, is known for their elite marines. Revolutionary Marines, much like the old Royal Marines, are deadly shock troops, well supplied, well trained, and fanatically devoted to Syndicalism and the SyndIntern, to the extent that a massive scandal was caused when a French General remarked that they were "almost a sort of nationalist."
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Soldiers of the 1197th Infantry Regiment share a meal, Ukraine, 1944

Soldiers of the USSR often had traveled thousands of miles together, a squad, depending on the intensity of fighting and amount of losses, could often be considered a family.


Two female Soviet snipers carrying Mosin rifles, Belarus, 1943