Photos of the Kaiserreich


Russian monarchists in the streets call for the restoration of the Romanov family, the restoration of free elections, and the stepping down of the Wrangel family and the dissolution of the authoritarian Union of October 17. Ironically, the Russian Empire was seen as the liberal counterweight to the German Reich's despotic influence for much of the 20th century.

A Vietnamese police officer executes a nationalist protester during the Saigon riots of 1968. German East-Asia was one of the hotspots of resistance to German colonial rule, with a failed syndicalist rebellion before the Second Weltkrieg entrenching the need for Germany to hold onto the colony no matter what. However, reforms would be made just a couple of months after the riots handing Vietnam off to Emperor Bao Dai, who although was heavily pro-German anyways was seen as a independent leader by the majority of the Vietnamese people. German and Reichspakt troops would not leave Vietnam and Germany's Asian colonies as a whole until the turn of the millennium, however, as insurgencies continued to rage against both colonialism and the puppet who was leading the country.
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Jozef Tiso, leader of the far-right anti-Syndicalist Slovak National Party and noted German collaborator, would be sentenced to death and held by French forces until 1945, when Russian forces entered Slovakia. He would be tried and sentenced to death again, but would escape to the Ottoman Empire, where he would be assassinated by agents of the Danubian Federation's Auslandsgeheimdienst (Foreign Intelligence Bureau) in 1951.
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Kaisers of Germany


Wilhelm III (1882 - 1961, r. 1941 - 1961)

Wilhelm III became kaiser after his father Wiljhelm II's death. On that time Germany was midst of Second Weltkrieg (1940- 1945). Germany anyway won Syndicalist Internationale. Germany too became first nuclear power and undisputed superpower. Wilhelm III's reign too saw massive liberalisastion of politics and society. But end of his reign too saw signs about erosion of massive colonial empire. The Kaiser was pretty popular, possibility even more popular than his father,


Wilhelm IV (1906 - 1992, r. 1961 - 1992)

Wilhelm was educated in several universities around the empire. He too took lot of military training and served in army long time. In 1936 he married to upper nobility despite that his grandfather Wilhelm II was firstly against that but he eventually accepted that and so prince Wilhelm and his children were able to keep their right to imperial throne.

During Second Weltkrieg the crown prince acted as military inspector on Western Front and during capturing of France he commander a division. Later he acted on many military activities and naturally had several royal duties.

Wilhelm became Kaiser in 1961. As Kaiser he opposed decolonisation and supported military actions in Mittelafrika and Indochina. But eventually even him had accept end of colonailism altough Germany has even still novwadays some foothold in Africa. During Wilhelm IV's reign too happened first manned Moon flivht in 1967 by captain of Luftwaffe Günther Starkhoffer. His reign too saw end of United Kingdom and re-unification of France. Personally Wilhelm IV was bit mided over the reunfiication. He was bit worried that France could become serious rival but he too realised that it would be inevitable event.


Kaiser Fredrik IV (b. 1938, r. 1992 - )

Prince Fredrik got pretty similar education than other membels of German imperial family. His life before his ascension was pretty uneventful altaugh he acted as naval officer on German Pacific Territory on 1970's and 1980's.

Him became kaiser after his father Wilhelm IV's death. As kaiser he has been very supportive for further integration of Mitteleuropa. He has too been active on solving the Bosnian Troubles in Danubian Federation. He too supported new succession law in 2014 which brough absolute primogeniture succession so oldest child regardless gender would become kaiser or kaiserin. The current kaiser has alwasys been very popular in Germany and abroad. He has too improved relaitonships with former colonies.

Gamel Abdel Nasser, former general and popular political leader, would come close to abolishing the Muhammad Ali dynasty during the Egyptian general elections of 1960 when his Egyptian Socialist Union was on its way to sweep the ruling Al Watani party. However, as poll results were coming in, he would die mysteriously of poisoning, and his successor, Mohammed Naguib, would eventually decide against holding a referendum on abolishing the monarchy. For many years, conspiracy theories would accuse a wide variety of foreign actors, from the Ottomans to the Danubians, but in 2013 an investigation commissioned by president Khaled Ali concluded that it was rank-and-file members of the Muslim Brotherhood who poisoned the incoming President without acting on orders from foreign backers, the monarchy, or even the higher leadership of the Brotherhood.

Gus Hall was the commander of a unit of Michigan National Guard unit who had defected to the Syndicalist cause during the Second American Civil War. Near the end of the war, he fled with other dissidents to Mexico as the Pacific States was finishing off the last of their comrades, alongside the remnants of the Federal Government and a Constitutional American Republic that was holding out strong in the South. However, during the 50s, Hall would attempt to return to the United States to drum up support for Syndicalism in the Midwest, which was still a region of strong hostility to the rebuilding government in DC. Hall would be arrested in Oklahoma City enroute to Minneapolis and sentenced to life in prison as part of the goverment's war on "enemies of America." Hall would die of a stabbing by a right-wing prisoner in 1973 in the Douglas Eisenhower Correctional Institute in Denison, Texas and his body would be returned to his family in Mexico living in exile.

American troops on the march in a joint base between Canada and the United States, 2017.
Canada has been credited with backing up the Pacific States and ensuring the triumph of true democracy over Longism, syndicalism, and MacArthur's dictatorial tendencies. The Canadian-American relationship is one of the most closely-held in the world, and the two countries stayed out of the Stillerkrieg. However, resentment in in the Midwest and New England continue to this day over the issue of Canadian occupying troops and bases in those respective regions.
Kaisers of Austria-Hungary/Danubia


Karl I (1887 - 1959, r. 1916 - 1959)

Karl I became kaiser midst of First Weltkrieg. He tried several times reform Austria-Hungary but Hungarians didn't accept plans for federalisations until 1937 Aungsleich where the kaiser finally managed push his plans for full federalisation of the empire. Austria-Hungary officially became Danubian federation in 1938 when new federal constitution was passed.

Karl I had important role on early stages of Second Weltkrieg. When Socialist Republic of Italy invaded Papal States on October 1940 and killed pope Pius XII, the kaiser managed rise lot of Danubians prepare to the conflict with Italy. On early days of January 1941 Danubia became participant of WK2 when Romania, Serbia and SRI invaded the country. With Gemran help Danubia anyway managed to win the war.

Danubian Federation recovered from the war quiet well, atlough there was some nationalist restless. But in 1950's these became really bad in Bosnia and next decades would are known as Bosnian Troubles. But economy still boosted rapidly and cultural life begun to rise. Danubia became one of most notable film industrial nations in Europe. Karl I was pretty popular around the empire. He died from sudden heart attack in 1959. He was conines by pope in 2017 being one of few monarchs of 20th century who were canonised by Catholic Church.


Otto (1912 - 2011, r. 1959 - 2011)

Already as archduke and crown prince Otto had several diplomacy activities. During Second Weltkrieg he served briefly on Italian front altough wasn't anywhere close of actual combat regions.

Otto became kaiser after his father's death. His reign saw massive liberilisation on society and political refortms. Danubia remained quiet stable but Bosnia was long-time headache for several chancellors of the empire. Otto supported further integration of Mitteleuropa. Danubia had good relationships with its neighbors and remained loyal ally of Germany. But relationships with Serbia were sometimes really bad. The kaiser too tried many times push peace process in Bosnia but there was markable reuslts only just in 1990's and finally peace agreement in 1999.


Karl II (b. 1944 r. 2011 - )

Karl was born midst of Second Weltkrieg to archduke, future Kaiser Otto and archduchess Irmingard of Bavaria, daughter of Rupprecht, king of Bavaria. During his youth years Karl was educated in universities of Vienna, Prague Budapest, Zagreb and in some other important places of the empire and was educated to speak fluent Hungarian, Czechian, Polish and Croatian. In 1970 he married woman from low-nobility Hungarian family. Kaiser Otto accepted that and changed rules so that royal marriages are not required.

In 2011 Karl became kaiser after death of Otto. He has managed to keep the multinational empire together altough he is not quiet that popular as his father.
Bosnian Troubles


Street on Sarajevo after explosion of car bomb in 1994

Beginning of Bosnian Troubles has usually seen being at end of First Weltkrieg. At end of the war thousands of Bosnian Serbs were expelled to Serbia and Austro-Hungarian government begun to settle Croats and other nationalities of the large empire to the region. This caused multiple incidents between Serbs and other nationalities through 1920's and 1930's.

During Second Weltkrieg parts of Bosnia were under Serbian occupation. This just caused futher tensions when Croatians formed violent Ustache movment which begun operate against Serbian army and local Serbs regardless were they collaboratists or not. After the war many Bosnian Serbs who were collaborated with Serbia were expelled. But this was just beginning for the event which would be called as Bosnian Troubles.

Through 1950's situation just became worse when re-born Black Hand and other Serb terrorist organisations begun violent campaign against Croats, Bosnian Muslimss and Danubian administration. And yet Croatian Ustache just made situation just worse. Danubian government had occassionally send federal troops to the area to secure peace and hunting terrorists. There was too several attempts to seek diblocmatic solution to the Troubles. Many terrorist organisations too operated from Serbia and Serbian government was often quiet passivbe which damaged greatly relationships of Danubia and Serbia.


Special forces of Danubian Federal Amry searching terrorists on Bosnian countryside


Representatives of Serbian government, Danubian government, German Government and leadership of Bosnian political organisations signing agreement in Sarajevo in 1999 which officially ended decades lasted conflict in Bosnia which has killed around 50000 people and injured unknown numbers of people.

In 1990's was already clear that the Troubles had finally get some rational solution. There was mutliple reasons. Politicians and people were totally full on long lasted violence and just wanted that to be ended. And Bosnian economy was really bad. Actually it was already clearly poorest region of Danubian Federation. Serbia too wanted better relationships with Mittleeuropa and many its poltiicians wanted join to the economic union. But Danubia made clear that firstly peace to Bosnia.

On the treaty singators agree stopping of violence, establishing Serbian autonomous region inside Croatia and Serbian government finally begin make end for operations of Serb terrorist organisations in Serbia.

All didn't anyway agree. Some Bosnian Serbs and Serbian naitonalist poltiicians couldn't accept that Bosnia still remain as part of Danubia. Some Croatioan nationalists saw that this gave too much for Serbs. Terrorist activities continued yet long time altough these were markablely decreased due the agreement. By 2022 economy of Bosnia has grown greatly altough it is still one of pooerst regions of Danubia. Tourism too increased since there was much more peaceful.
Monarchs of Great Britain/England


Edward VIII

Edward became king of Canada and claimant for British crown in 1936. He begun immediately push government of Cnada and British government-in-exile closer to Germany implying that they would need German help for return to Home Islands. He too sent a letter to kaiser Wilhelm II where he expressed greeat respect towards German Empire for its actions against Syndicalist threat and hoped that their nations could work together on future.

The king's work was quiet succesful and when Weltkrieg 2 broke out, Canada begun to prepare war against French Coummune and Union of Britain. After the war British Royal Family and government managed to return to London. Edward gave quiet strong support for Churchill's and Eden's quiet right-wing and conservative governments but he too supported close ties with Germany and was quiet dissapointed when relatioships begun to cool.

After fall of Eden's government, the king had accept liberalisation of British politics and legistature. The king died in 1972 in Buckingham Palace.


Elizabeth II

Elizabeth II became queen in 1972 after deaht of her uncle Edward VIII whom hadn't any children. Her reign saw futher liberalisation of British society and Scotland and Wales gaining independence in 1977. She has remained pretty popular. The queen has too personally kept close ties with other European royal families.

At end of 2010's her health begun to decline notably and finally she abdicated being first English monarch who does that voluntarely. Currently she is living pribabtely in Windsor Catle.


George VI

Prince George born in London being first royal who has born in England in many years. On young age he served on in British army and was educated in many famous unviersities of Britiain. The prince of Wales (since 1977 only Duke of Cornwall) he made several duties in Britain. As young man he was held bit boring guy but on older age he has gained more popularity. George became king of England after his mother's abdication in 2020.

A. Philip Randolph - a famous and well respected union organizer from the former United States, who founded the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters in 1925. When the Second American Civil War broke out, he had already made his way to Chicago, where he put his organization skills to good use. After the CSA declared victory in 1941, Randolph made his way into politics, eventually becoming the American ambassador to the Union of Britain. During his funeral in 1979, he was acknowledged publicly for his good works and posthumously awarded for them.

Winston Chuchill acted as premier of British government-in-exile during Second Weltkrieg. He acted important role when anti-syndicalist Alliance was formed. After liberation of Britain and returning to London him became prime minister. Churchill had pretty authotarian politics altough he preserved some democratic elements. He too renounced all attempts for Scottish and Welsh indepdendence and wasn't very sympathic even for autonomy. On foreign politics he took anti-German stance and was closer for republican France and Union of American States. Churchill resigned from the office in 1955.


Anthony Eden acted long time as foreign minister on Churchill's administration. After Churchill's resignation in 1955 him became prime minister of United Kingdom. He too abided strongly anti-German and anti-Mitteleuropa politics. He anyway wasn't on diplomacy very effective. Several blunders on foreign politics led to fall of his government in 1962.


Roy Jenksins begun critise politics of Union of Britain and formed with some his student friends anti-Mosley unit. He was arrested in 1944 but released few months later.

On 1945 parliament election he was elected to parliament as member of Labor. He was pretty critical towards Churchill and Eden's politics. In 1960 he succeeded Hugh Gaitskell as leader of Labor. Jenksins won 1962 election with his massive social program. On demestic politics he commited several reforms like decriminalisation of homosexuality, abolishment of death penalty, legalisation of abortion and making divorce easier for women. He too brough several social reforms like better school education system, social security system and free health treatment system. Jenkins too freed activities of worker's unions. Altough he was sympatchic towards abolition of monarchy, Jenkins realised that it is better preserve monarchy. He too allowed Scotland and Wales become independent in 1977.

On foreign politics Jenkins created better relationships with Germany altough he wsa critical towards its colonial wars.

Jenkins left premiership in 1979 and was quiet popular altough some consrvatives disliked his reforms greatly and opposed idea let Scotland and Wales becoming independent.

Edinburgh, capital of Republic of Scotland

Scotland was one of centers of British Revolution in 1920's. It had quiet large autonomy in 1930's but during Mosley's years autonomy begun to decrease and finally totally abolished. This caused much of frustration in the region. When Allies landed to Southern England during Second Weltkrieg, Scots begun to revolt. They tried get independence or at least autonomy but new government didn't accept such things. Resistance continued to 1950's.

Nationalism begun rise again in 1960's and finally Britain had admit independence in 1977 after referendum. Scotland has developed pretty prosperous and stable nation. It developed close relationships with Germany. There has been some talks about monarchy but it hasn't gotten much support. Scots are known very nationalist and extremely proud about their traditions and history,


Cardiff, capital of Republic of Wales

Wales was stronghold of socisalists during British Revolution in 1920's. Wales begun anyway revolt against Mosley's regime in 1944 when Union of Britain was invaded by Allies. In 1960's nationalism begun to rise and finally the country gained independence in 1977.

Great Synagogue of Warsaw photographed in 2010

The synagogue damaged badly during Battle of Warsaw (August 18, 1942 - February 20, 1943). The building was reconstucted in 1952. It is one of centers of massive Polish Jewish population. Jews are seen important part on Polish identitet nowadays altouigh there is some antisemtism existing.