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THE HISTORY OF HERMANN GÖRING’S REICH: PART ONE.



German troops preparing for Operation Tannenbaum.
History has long regarded the curious case of Hermann Göring as one of humanity’s great peculiarities. To some, he was a second Alexander the Great. To others, he was a raving lunatic of a despot. However, the actual portrait of Hermann Göring is much different.

Namely, a man in over his head.

To understand the true nature of Göring’s Reich, we must go back to the time before Hitler’s death.


Hermann Göring, future second Furher of Germany.
While Speer managed to gain traction amongst the few reformers in the Reichstag, Göring originally wanted to woo the conservatives, given he himself actually didn’t want to work with the die hard militarists in the first place.

Ironically, Göring himself didn’t want to start very many wars at all, continuing to be wary of military action.

However, Göring’s plans to woo the conservatives failed due to several factors.

  • The Meddling of Hans Speidel, a war hero who was beloved by the Reich. While a reformer like Speer, he was a more reluctant one and several conservatives could get along with him.
  • The meddling of Adolf Hitler himself. While growing in senility and isolation from the Reichstag, he continued to keep a paranoid eye on his subordinates, and saw Göring attempting to insert himself firmly in the conservative bloc as “concerning.”
  • The meddling of his rival among the conservatives and eventual victor of the political power struggles in the Conservative Bloc, Martin Bormann. A man with incredible control over access to Hitler, Bormann quickly caught onto Hitler’s worries and aided in increasing his paranoia.
As such, Göring was out of options with the conservatives, a majority of which flocked to Bormann.

This left him with only one option were he to remain a viable contender for the Reich: The Military.

Göring flocked to the warhawks and young fanatical officer corpse of the successfully radicalized portions of the German youth, and began quoting their rhetoric. Making his own speeches of the Reich’s superiority. Entrenching himself with them, Göring quickly became the popular candidate for the fanatical camp of the Nazis.

Then, Hitler on his deathbed declared Reinhard Heydrich, a proud supporter of Spartanism and Burgundian Values, his heir.

The reaction was instantaneous.


One of multiple protests by Speer’s supporters, which regular police departments did their best to slow, or subtly supported them. Heydrich’s response to the marchers was to inform SS divisions to respond with gunfire. The exact number of student deaths remains unknown.
Albert Speer went into hiding, leading his student movement from safety while at the same time preparing his own route out of Europe in case things went wrong. Martin Bormann in the meantime, used his political clout and the conservative majority in the Reichstag to stonewall any of Heydrich’s suggestions, while planning his own more popular resistance.

However Göring’s own declaration to resist Heydrich was supported by the veterans. The hard liners. The young fanatical nazis who bashed student movement protestors in the streets.

Entire military divisions, along with members of the Kreigsmarne and the majority of the Luftwaffe prepared for the moment.

It was in this political climate of riots, murders, and preparations that Adolf Hitler went into cardiac arrest.

Approximately a single week passed before the German Civil War started, and Heydrich’s hardened SS divisions had to deal with a single fact:

Namely their lack of popularity all across Germany. It was incredibly hard for them to hold territory without student divisions, Hitler Youth, and young military divisions managing to slip in and cause plenty of damage, supported by popular resistance.

Their response to the sabotage and resistance was even more brutal excesses which led to more resistance.

It was not long before Heydrich was recalled to Burgundy, and was welcomed by a firing squad.

This left Bormann, Speer, and Göring fighting while Speidel held Germania.

Though Speer had international support from members of the OFN, other members worked to hamper him and the support was unpopular amongst Germans.

Though Bormann had more widespread support among Germans, Speer had many parts of the Kreigsmarne and cut off any shipments from any loyalists in the RKs, and Göring had air superiority.

However, the thing that sealed Göring’s total victory was the Briton connection.

Brittany, an arms dealer at heart and master of the black markets was well aware that they might gain a profit from Göring’s actions, and began adding to his already large quantities of arms and soldiers with more guns and mercenaries.

Any rumors of Burgundian support to Göring would be absolutely false, though they were occasional at the time.

What is concretely known is that after a year and a half, Bormann and Speer saw the writing on the wall.

Bormann himself fled to Donitz’s government, where he boarded a ship after giving a speech to his loyalists. Sightings of him would continue throughout the 1970s.

Speer meanwhile, fled to Sweden and through a large amount of political wrangling, managed to get a plane ticket to America.

Hermann Göring was reluctantly welcomed into Germania by Speidel, and the First German Civil War was over.

Göring now ruled the Reich.
Goring strikes me as probably the most interesting option,as he's an alternative to both the Bormann collapse and the GO4.Not to mention Heydrich/Himmler.
Will there be a part 2?
 
Goring strikes me as probably the most interesting option,as he's an alternative to both the Bormann collapse and the GO4.Not to mention Heydrich/Himmler.
Will there be a part 2?
yep, I planned on writing more once I became a writer for the mod

then I became a writer and haven't gotten back to it yet :y
 
It's been a while since I contributed to this thread so here it goes.

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Dimitry Yazov (November 8, 1924-July 24, 1965), future leader of the Black League and the Black State of Omsk, aged 17 in 1941 as a soldier during the Great Patriotic War.

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Dimitry Yazov, as a general in the Red Army of the Western Siberian People's Republic, circa 1952.

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The last known photo of Dimitry Yazov, taken in 1965 a few months before his death after the Battle of Omsk against the forces of General Konstantin Rokossovsky and the Ural Military District, which eventually unified all of Western Siberia by 1966. After the battle, Yazov was captured alive and then put on trail and executes for his crimes against the Russian people. On the order of Rokossovsky, his body was then cremated and his ashes were dumped in the Irtysh River.

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Russian Orthodox icons depicting the legendary Alexander Men, the famous Russian Orthodox priest, theologian, biblical scholar, writer and leader of the Divine State of Siberia from 1963 to 1965. Even after the Divine State of Siberia was conquered by Chairman Valery Sablin's ASSR of Buryatia, Alexander Men was allowed to live as a free man, to practice his faith and to evangelize in the new, as well as secular and religiously tolerant, Far Eastern Soviet Republic. To this day, Men remains an immensely popular figure amongst practicing Orthodox Christians in Russia, as well as with other religious groups for his religious tolerance and ecumenism.
 
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Meinoud Rost van Tonningen (February 19, 1894-September 14, 1953), an important leader of the National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (NSB), president of the Nederlandsche Bank in the Reichskommissariat Niederlande, member of the SS and unofficial leader of the Volkisch wing of the NSB until his death. It should be noted that the Volkisch wing of the NSB desired full integration of the Netherlands into Germany as a fellow Germanic people, as opposed to the Diets wing of the party lead by Anton Mussert which desired a nominally independent Netherlands allied to Nazi Germany and including the Dutch speaking region of Flanders. After Mussert was assassinated in 1952 by Dutch partisans, Cornelis van Geelkerken, a leader of the Deits wing and protege of Mussert, was made leader of the party by RK Seyss-Inquart, much to the annoyance of Rost van Tonningen. After the start of the West Russian War, he volunteered to lead Dutch SS units against the Russian partisans. He was killed in battle against the WRRF just outside of Astrakhan on September 14, 1953. His remains were never found.

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H. A. Sinclair de Rochemont (January 6, 1901-July 1, 1990), the unofficial leader of the the Volkisch wing of the NSB after the death of Rost van Tonningen.

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Knut Møyen (January 19, 1907-March 20, 1984), a leader of the Norwegian resistance and the first leader of a free Norway after the fall of the Norwegian State in November, 1975. Soon afterwards, democracy in Norway would be restored, with the Kingdom of Norway being reestablished, the Royal Family returning from exile in Canada and the Kingdom of Norway becoming a member of the OFN.
 
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Yazov is captured alive and executed for his crimes by a victorious Sverdlovsk.
Ok. I edited my post to reflect this. I still kept the part about was happened to Yazov's remains.

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A rare photograph of Grigory Mikhaylovich Semyonov (September 25, 1890-July 2, 1962), Prime Minsiter of the the Transbaikal Principality, in informal civilian clothing, circa 1950s. Semyonov often dressed as such in his spare time and when not conducting affairs of state.

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Soldiers of the Russian Liberation Army during the West Russian War, circa 1954.

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Sven Olov Lindholm, leader of the Svensk Nationalsocialistiska Arbetarepartiet (known as the Nationalsocialistiska Arbetarepartiet from 1933 to 1938 and as the Svensk socialistisk samling from 1938 to 1945), the largest National Socialist and Fascist political party in Sweden, photographed circa 1965. The party advocated for a national socialist government in Sweden and for Sweden to become a member of the Einheitspakt. On the subject of the Swedish monarchy, the party had no official stance, with Lindholm willing to keep the monarchy if they allowed them to come to power, but privately, Lindholm supported the overthrow of the monarchy. With the German Civil War and in the eventual inclusion of the former German-aligned nations such as Norway and England into the OFN, the party became increasingly irrelevant, as the Swedish government and the Swedish population at large began to look more favorably towards the United States, the OFN and the Free World as opposed to the German Reich and the Einheitspakt. Nevertheless, the party continued to exist until Lindholm's death in 1992, although he had already retired from leading the party in 1982.
 
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Centre-NPP president Henry Jackson of the United States, together with Solidarist Prime Minister Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, during the latter's state visit from the Russian Empire. 6th of March 1973.

In anticipation of the coming war of reclamation against the Third Reich, Emperor Vladimir III sought out the USA and the OFN as a possible benefactor of advanced weaponry. After all, the reborn Tsardom, being united through much losses after a decade of warlordism, was sure to struggle against the Nazi Behemoth. He would find a good ally with the newly elected president Henry Jackson. Though Jackson, in the past argued for recognizing the Central Siberian Commonwealth as the true governing authority of Russia, he was quick to warm-up to the Tsarists after Vozhd Rodzaevsky's brutal invasion of the Commonwealth ( as well as the gruesome public execution of the state's Jewish president; Mieczysław Weinberg), while the Empire itself crushed the Communist tyranny of Lazar Kaganovich in Western Siberia, thus leaving the people of Russia and Siberia two options; A Tsardom that is at least somewhat democratic (despite Solzhenitsyn's somewhat authoritarian tendencies) or the National-Socialist dictatorship in the east.

Solzhenitsyn's visit, while ostensibly meant to deepen trade ties with the Americans, that were established since Vladimir's unification of West Russia, was secretly purposed to secure a deal of a supply of equipment, armaments and advisors for the Empire, which Jackson was only happy to oblige.


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Reich intermediate-range ballistic missile being set-up some KM near the border between RK Moscowien and the Russian empire. July 1973

Naturally, Fuhrer Bormann was concerned about a revived Russia that seemed poised to swarm the Reich, the chaos and quagmire of the West Russian War had come back to haunt him, even as he successfully consolidated his position in Germania, he now had to step-up militarization to face the coming storm, as well as to deal with a sudden upstick of well-armed partisans running amok throughout Eastern-Europe. As 1974 rolled around, the hectic border skirmishes would make out for a full out war, one in which Emperor Vladimir and his Prime Minister were strongly determined to succeed, where the Communists had so failed.
 
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One of the last photos of Leon Trotsky before his death.

A fierce socialist revolutionary, Trotsky was forced into exile to Kazakhstan after he found himself politically undermined by his rival Iosif Stalin and later expelled from the Soviet Union outright following Nikolai Bukharin's rise to power. In the following years, Trotsky became a fierce critic of Bukharin's leadership, blasting the Siberian Plan for its 'capitalistic influences' and denounced Bukharin as 'a traitor to the revolution'. Trotsky would spend his final years with his wife in Mexico, where he was attacked and murdered on August 20th, 1940 in his study.

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Trotsky's study and the scene of his murder.

According to witness reports, a man by the name of Jacques Mornard, someone who had befriended Trotsky's bodyguards, entered the room under the pretense of sharing a document with Trotsky. A few minutes later, there was the sound of a body falling to the floor and the bodyguards burst into the room to see Mornard standing over an unconscious Trotsky with a bloody sledgehammer in his hand. Despite Mornard's efforts, he was unable to escape and was subsequently beaten to death by the bodyguards. They then took Trotsky to the nearest hospital, where he was pronounced dead within a few hours.

The exact details on Trotsky's murderer are few and far between. The identification on Mornard's body turned out to be falsified, which has led to rumors of him being an NKVD agent, due to previous attempts on his life by NKVD agents. Unfortunately, any information that could've been gathered from the Soviet Union was lost following the nation's collapse in 1941. The true identity of Trotsky's murderer remains a mystery to this very day.
 
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A US infantryman somewhere ‘in country’ in South Africa. The United States forces would spent much of their time around the Western Cape, fighting against attempts to push towards Cape Town, or around occupied Bloemfontein. The latter gained a reputation both for the constant threat of insurgent attack on off duty GIs and for the black markets and underground prostitution rings often frequented by them. Bloemfontein was recaptured in mid-1965, shortly after the US and OFN withdrawal from the region.

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US forces patrol during the Battle of Carnarvon, one of the largest and longest of the war. The town would change hands multiple times over late 1964, and the heavy casualties among US and OFN forces played a major role in the election of Robert F. Kennedy and his commitment to scaling down American involvement in the conflict. The battle was notably portrayed in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket.
 
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20th congress of ultra far-right neo-taboritskist society "Pamyat", Ust-Sysolsk, Russian Empire, 1992.
Ideology of this excentric organisation based on ideas and teachings of nonetheless excentric, brutal but brief unifier of Western Russia Sergey Taboritsky. His "Western Regency of Holy Russian Empire" was crushed by Kaganovich forces, who in their turn were overthrown by Siberian Regency of Michail II.
Despite begrudginly allying themselve to fellow monarchists, radicalism of Taboritsky followers caused very cold relations with governments of emperor Michail, nonetgeless organisation continue to exist as minor political society dedicate to Orthodox fundamentalism, untranationalism and racism (which got them banned from 1975 to 19885 due to conflict between Russian Empire and Reich), antisemitism and absolute monarchy.
Views of Taboritsky regardless miraculous survival of tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich (which serve as main point of ridicule against Pamyat) is point of fierce debates inside organisation, with many members thinking that regent Taboritsky meant it only as metaphor of lost virtues and divine blessing of Holy Rus, not as literal survival of person.
 


A staged photograph of members of the Red Army as they launch a springtime offensive into the Oberkommando Brauchitschstadt in the opening stages of the Second West Russian War (1975-1977). Emboldened by recent unification despite the efforts of the fascist hordes in Siberia and political instability in Germany after Martin Bormann's death of lung cancer in late 1974, the reborn Soviet Union decided to seize the initiative to take Moscow back once and for all.




The ruins of a small native factory after the Battle of Moscow (1975). Damage to the city was extensive and was home to some of the most brutal fighting of the entire conflict.


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A Wehrmacht battalion surveys the damage following the Battle of Minsk (1976). Despite heavy costs to the Germany Army, the Wehrmacht managed to push back the Red Army in Belarus, creating the conditions needed for a year-long stalemate and eventual peace deal in 1977, with the Soviet Union regaining Germany's easternmost colony in exchange for a demilitarized western border. While it is thought that the Soviets could have pushed further, the Soviet leadership couldn't stomach the potential loss of millions more men when the primary goals of Moscow and former Leningrad had been seized.
 
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A rare photograph of Gutrum Vagner, aka Alexy Dobrovolsky (October 13, 1938-November 1, 1964), the notorious leader of the Perm-based Russian warlord state of the Aryan Brotherhood. After the Vyatkan-Permian War of 1964, a was captured alive by Tsarist troops and was then tried and executed for crimes against humanity and the Russian people. At 26, he was one of the youngest leaders to be executed during the Wars of Russian Re-Unification.

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Valery Yemelyanov (May 24, 1929-January 30, 1982), also known as Zigfrid Schultz and known by his followers as "High Priest Velimir", a general in the aforementioned Brotherhood and a so-called friend of Vagner. After the Vyatkan-Permian War, he spent many years in prison, claiming that he never truly believed in Wagner's ideals, a statement which was only partly true. After his time in prison, Yemelyanov became notorious in the the Free Russian Republic as the leader of the Hyperborean Society, a fringe, esoteric Aryanist, Neo-Pagan Russian and Slavic ultrantionalist group. After he murdered his wife with an ax in 1980, he was arrested, tried and sentenced to death by hanging for the crime.

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Steel Guardian, a Russian historical fiction and satircal novel written in 2010 about the Buryatian War of 1962 that portrays both Valery Sablin and Genrikh Yagoda as central POV characters, with both portrayed in many different exaggerated and humorous ways. While regarded by many Russian critics as too unrealistic, cartoonish and one-dimensional, portraying Sablin as a all-powerful, super-strong, super athletic and super agile all-perfect hero, and Yagoda as an evil, scheming and maniacal supervilain bent on world domination, the novel, due to its tounge-in-cheek and meta humor and satire about the Soviet Union and Russian Re-Unification, gained a cult-following in Russia, as well in the West and even in Japan and China.

OOC: Image comes from here: https://www.reddit.com/r/TNOmod/comments/fqzooo
 
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A rare photograph of Gutrum Vagner, aka Alexy Dobrovolsky (October 13, 1938-November 1, 1964), the notorious leader of the Perm-based Russian warlord state of the Aryan Brotherhood. After the Vyatkan-Permian War of 1964, a was captured alive by Tsarist troops and was then tried and executed for crimes against humanity and the Russian people. At 26, he was one of the youngest leaders to be executed during the Wars of Russian Re-Unification.

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Valery Yemelyanov (May 24, 1929-January 30, 1982), also known as Zigfrid Schultz and known by his followers as "High Priest Velimir", a general in the aforementioned Brotherhood and a so-called friend of Vagner. After the Vyatkan-Permian War, he spent many years in prison, claiming that he never truly believed in Wagner's ideals, a statement which was only partly true. After his time in prison, Yemelyanov became notorious in the the Free Russian Republic as the leader of the Hyperborean Society, a fringe, esoteric Aryanist, Neo-Pagan Russian and Slavic ultrantionalist group. After he murdered his wife with an ax in 1980, he was arrested, tried and sentenced to death by hanging for the crime.

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Steel Guardian, a Russian historical fiction and satircal novel written in 2010 about the Buryatian War of 1962 that portrays both Valery Sablin and Genrikh Yagoda as central POV characters, with both portrayed in many different exaggerated and humorous ways. While regarded by many Russian critics as too unrealistic, cartoonish and one-dimensional, portraying Sablin as a all-powerful, super-strong, super athletic and super agile all-perfect hero, and Yagoda as an evil, scheming and maniacal supervilain bent on world domination, the novel, due to its tounge-in-cheek and meta humor and satire about the Soviet Union and Russian Re-Unification, gained a cult-following in Russia, as well in the West and even in Japan and China.

OOC: Image comes from here: https://www.reddit.com/r/TNOmod/comments/fqzooo
Free Russian Republic means that democratic Komi won, right? Who were the other unifiers?
 
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US infantry on patrol in Indonesia. The brief and successful OFN intervention in Indonesia did much to restore national morale after the South African debacle. Only small numbers of US forces, mostly from 1st MARDIV, fought in Indonesia, and they suffered less than nine hundred casualties, mostly minor. Indonesia was the last use of the US military’s iconic M14 rifle - it’s replacement, the M16, has never had quite as much pop cultural impact despite its longer service life, on account of very rarely appearing in South African War and Indonesia-based cinema.
 

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Promotional poster and gameplay screenshot for "The War of Resistance: The Battle of Shanghai", a military history themed first-person on-rails light gun shooter series of arcade video games developed by the Beijing based 'Sunborn Technology'. Originally released in arcades in 1994 and later ported to home computers.

In the game, the player controls a special forces operative in China's National Revolutionary Army, fighting to liberate the occupied city of Shanghai from Japanese forces during the opening stages of the Great Asian War. The game has 4 stages as the player fight in vicious urban combat though the streets of the city, encountering and shooting their way though IJA soldiers, IJN Special Naval Landing Forces, Kempeitai agents, yakuza members, etc.

In terms of gameplay, "The Battle of Shanghai" was most notable for including features such as destructible environments, and a weponds select system that allows the player to switch between a pistol, an assault rifle, an shotgun, and a grenade launcher, with both features being the first of their kind in the video game industry.

As a coin operated arcade game, in order to encourage players to return after having already beaten the game and maximise profit for the operator, a secret 5th level will be unlocked by clear the game with over 62,000 points (Which can only be achieved by having a hyper aggressive and recklessly playstyle, taking risks for a high score, rather than playing defensively, hence increasing the number of times you will need to insert more coins to continue), which will take the play all the way to the Japanese Home Islands, revealing that all of Nobusuke Kishi's actions starting with Order 44 was in fact part of an unholy pact he had made with the ancient Chinese daemon king Chi You (Changed to Satan for the international release version), in order grant himself ultimate power to rule over all of Asia. With the demonically possessed Kishi being the final boss of the game.

While its more fanciful aspect has been criticised within some more conservative circles in China as being disrespectful to history, the game was nonetheless a critical and commercial success, with the Chinese produced shooter being a much-loved staple of arcades across the world, particularly in the United States and India.
 

In the film - The Third Duce (2019). There was a choice to use either former wrestler Joe Rogan or actor Danny Devito as Scorza.

Ultimately Danny Devito was chosen to play the Third Fascist Dictator. Many were surprised with the choice, and many were skeptical with the casting choice of Danny Devito, this considering how he is largely involved in comedy, especially with his well-known role as Frank in the sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

While many had doubts with the casting choice of Danny Devito, his performance was considered phenomenal in depicting Italy's Fascist Ruler. Joe Rogan was asked at first to play Scorza, but Joe Rogan had turned down the role.

The film in Italy caused a massive outrage with the more Extremist elements of the National Fascist Party due to the American depiction of Scorza, although it received overall high praise from the National Fascist Party and its Leadership depicting the reign of Scorza with the Duce Gaddafi calling it a Spectacular film on the reign of Il Duce Scorza.
 
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How did Gaddafi become Duce ITTL?
The Italians enforce an Integration Policy, granting all of Italy's Colonial Subjects the status of citizenship. Gaddafi like many non-Italians seeing as opportunities open up joins the PNF as a Blackshirt as well sees his social/class status rise, and he ends up rising through the ranks becoming a high-ranking member of the PNF.
It was based on the decision that you can do as Scorza:
 
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