Photos of the New Order

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.
When did Gaddafi become Duce and what was his rise to power like?
 
Free Russian Republic means that democratic Komi won, right? Who were the other unifiers?
Yes, democratic Komi under Stalin and then Kosygin unifying West Russia and Western Siberia, the latter of which was unified by the Ural Military District, then the West Siberian Republic under Yelstin. Central Siberia was unified by Novosibirsk under Alexander Pokryshkin. The Russian Far East was united by the Buryat ASSR under Salbin, which then took over Novosibirsk. In the 1970s, Russia is divided between the Russian Free Republic and the Siberian Soviet Socialist Republic.
 
When did Gaddafi become Duce and what was his rise to power like?
He rose to a high-ranking position in the 1995 navigating his way through party politics, and it was in 2011 he became Duce, where he was a Party Secretary who succeeded Gianfranco Fini after the latter retired. Gaddafi position was supposed to be temporary, but he has since remained in power, although already Gaddafi considering his seven year rule, is already looking for successors like Alessandro Mussolini, Roberto Fiore, Maurizio Gasparri and Matteo Salvini.
 
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Jaime Milans del Bosch y Ussía, lieutenant general in the Spanish Army and leader of Falangist Spain during the Iberian Wars, in Madrid shortly after the capture of city from the Iberian central government. The Iberian Wars would end in a victory for Falangist Spain, which then became the Spanish State. Caudillo Bosch's dictatorship would last until his assassination by an unknown sniper in Burgos on June 21, 1978, after which a military junta ruled Spain until the eventual transition to democracy.

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Adolfo Suarez, the interim President of the short lived Fourth Spanish Republic from 1981 to 1984 and the first democratically elected leader of Spain since 1936. His term as interim President came to an end after shortly the Spanish referendum of 1983 decided in favor of the restoration of the Spanish monarchy, which eventually occurred with the reestablishment of the Kingdom of Spain in 1984.

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Kaúlza de Arriaga, the Portuguese Government of National Salvation , the hard-line militarist and National Socialist faction in Portugal during the Iberian Wars, inspecting troops outside of Braga in 1970. After the victory of the Portuguese government of Marcelo Caetano, Arriaga was tried for treason and executed by firing squad in Lisbon on July 21, 1972.

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Francisco da Costa Gomes, the President of Portugal from the death of President Caetano in 1980 until his resignation due to health reasons in 1987. His presidency is known for beginning the transition of Portugal into a democratic nation after over sixty years of despotism, with the first new democratic elections taking place in 1988.

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Giorgio Almirante, the leader of the Blocci Nazionali and the controversial first democratically elected Prime Minister of Italy after the end of Italian Fascism in 1963. Although praised for holding true to his promise to remain true to the new principles of Italian democracy, his administration still contained many of the trappings and nostalgia of Italian fascism, with the government remaining in many ways more authoritarian than liberalized.

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Pietro Nenni, the first socialist Prime Minister of Italy after the end of fascism after his election to the office. In stark contrast to his predecessor Almirante, the premiership of Nenni saw an increasing liberalization of Italian society and culture, the removing of many past facets of the fascist government, the establishment of a strong welfare state, increased rights for colonial subjects and the membership of Italy and her satellite states of of Croatia and Bosnia and associated states of Hungary, Serbia and Bulgaria into the Organization of Free Nations. He would serve as Prime Minister until his resignation due to failing health in 1972, after which he was succeeded by Giuseppe Saragat, who was soon after defeated in the next election by Aldo Moro.
 
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I was inspired by @AeroTheZealousOne to make this after his recent post about Schindler's List on the TNO thread.

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Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who went from war profiteer to savior as he worked to save as many Jews as possible during WW2 and the post-war years leading up to the German Civil War. In the years after the war, Schindler would find a great ally in the form of Andreas Meyer-Landrut, a fellow businessman who shared the former's disdain for the genocidal intentions of the Nazis and sought to end the colonial oppression towards the natives in Ostland. Schindler quickly became a prominent member of Landrut's inner circle, and was responsible for the smuggling of countless native and Jewish families to countries such as America, Sweden, and Italy. With the outbreak of the German Civil War, Ostland's government soon collapsed, with Schindler joining Landrut's fight to free the natives of Ostland. Sadly, this was not to be, as Landrut's faction eventually was routed and obliterated by Abba Kovner's UPO. Oskar Schindler and his wife would meet their ends on July 9th, 1964, riddled with bullets by a dozen UPO partisans, and their remains tossed into a nearby lake.

However, Schindler's story would survive. Thanks to the testimonies and eyewitness reports of Poldek Pfefferberg and others saved by Schindler, countless would know of the bravery and selflessness of men like him, and his story would soon gain international recognition following the release of the critically-acclaimed film, Schindler's List.
 
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Still from the 2007 film The Sound of Clocks, about the reign of Sergey Taboritsky and the "Holy Russian Empire". The film received many accolades and awards, with Derek Jacobi's portrayal of Taboritsky being a focal point of praise, though there was some controversy of the film's depiction of Taboritsky as genuinely, tragically insane rather than a mere fanatic.
 
Governments in Exile in the World of The New Order: Last Days of Europe (Part One)

Dutch government-in-exile/Nederlandse regering in ballingschap

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Juliana of the Netherlands (April 30, 1909-May 29, 2004), Queen of the Dutch government-in-exile after the abdication of her mother Queen Wilhelmina on September 4, 1945.

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Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy (April 13, 1885-October 6, 1958), the longest serving Prime Minister of the Dutch government in exile from 1940 until his death in 1958. Originally based in London, in 1943, the Dutch government-in-exile then fled to Ottawa, Canada and then in 1952 to New York City, NY, USA, a city originally founded by Dutch settlers.

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Willem Drees (July 5, 1886-December 26, 1987) Prime Minister of the Dutch government in exile from 1958 until his resignation in 1965.

Government of the Republic of Poland in exile/Rząd Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej na uchodźstwie

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Władysław Sikorski (May 20, 1881-June 9, 1970), the most famous Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile. Originally based in London, in 1943, the Polish government-in-exile fled to Washington D.C., USA, where it continued to remain for many years to come.

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August Zaleski (September 13, 1883-September 1, 1975), President of the Polish government-in-exile from 1947 until his retirement in 1968.

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Stanisław Ostrowski (October 29, 1892-April 30, 1984) President of the Polish government-in-exile from 1968 until his retirement in 1976.
 
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Swiss-Italian actor, Luigi Casco, portraying Fuhrer Hermann Goering in the film "Downfall" (2002). In this particular screenshot, a scowled Goering is hearing a report from one of his Staff, of the failure of Field Marshall Ferdinand Schörner's fourth attempt to breakthrough the Swiss defence sector on the Appenzell Alps.

Being bound to the Militarists. Goering, after winning the German Civil War, had little choice but to heed their demands for war, first retaking the Reich's holdings in Continental Europe and Kaukasia, then going on to conquer sovereign nations like the Slovakia republic and Kingdom of Hungary. The war against Switzerland in Operation Tannenbaum, however, meant that the planned takeover of Europe had hit a brick wall. In the face of the Swiss' heavily fortified defences, in addition to the great deal of aid provided by the OFN through Italy, The swiss were able to stand strong against the Reich, through attritional warfare, long enough for the Reich's economy, which could have only been sustained from the loot of conquered nations, to collapse in on itself in early-1968. Though such circumstances did not deter Schorner who launched a coup against Goering, when he discovered a conspiracy Goering planned with Hans Speidel, to purge him and his faction, as a first step to salvage the Reich, leading to the death of the Reichsmarshall and the beginning of a second civil war between Schorner and Speidel, which, while ending with the victory of the latter and his "Reconstruction faction" in 1970, meant that the crippled Germany, which was deeply scarred through two civil wars in short succession as well as the economic depression, was impotent to stop it's empire from falling apart, nor stem the onslaught from the Reformed State of Russia that looked to the Reich's eastern territories with intent.

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Russian actor; Grigori Gazmanov. He would become a beloved icon in the Greater Russian State for his portrayal of the state's founder, Igor Shafarevich in the TV series "Rebirth of a nation" (2006-2015). The 7-seasons show presents a rather romanticized view of Shafarevich's life, from his humble beginnings as a Mathematician in the chaotic Komi republic, to his triumphant reconquest of the Reich's occupied territories of Moscowien, the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Belarussian portions of Ostland. The show would be greatly famous within the GRS, with even western film critics, despite it's propagandistic bent, praising the show's amazing production value (which was in no small part due to government sponsorship).

in the early 70s, with Speidel's Greater German Reich trying to piece itself together, Shafarevich couldn't ignore the turbulent Reichkommisarriats' that presented an easy opportunity to retake "rightfully Russian" lands. Though the Nazi governments in Eastern Europe, did their hardest to resist the Russian army. Internal instability and the inward-focused Fatherland not being forthcoming in the way of aid (for obvious reasons), made their demise all but inevitable. Unfortunately for the natives of the Eastern Reich, liberation from the Nazis wasn't really going to give them the reprieve they thought it would. For the people of the Caucasus, Igor's exploitation of them and their lands seemed little different than under Paul Pleiger, which led to a long running insurgency against the Russians that hasn't fully died down. The Belarusians and Ukrainians wouldn't have it that bad, though Shafarevich would push hard for assimilatory policies to "return them to their Russian roots", that would see success with an independent study in 2010 indicating that 75% and 50% respectively had Russian as a first language, though they still largely use their native tongues for everyday-life.

Even through his retirement as president of the Greater Russian State in 1987 and after his death in 2017, Igor Shafarevich had built an enduring cult of personality around him that is so strong that many analysts suspect that his party; The All-Russian Strength and Salvation Party (which evolved from the reform clique in the Passionariyy coalition) wouldn't even need to hold fraudulent elections to remain in power. Despite the fact that Igor's Russia is a fascistic one-party state, that oppress it's minorities in a way similar to the Jim Crow South (as pointed out by many activists in the west), the GRS has very cordial relations with the OFN, and has taken care not arouse their displeasure diplomatically, maintaining good trading ties, the regime seems bound to carry on strong, into the 21st century.
 
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Governments in Exile in the World of The New Order: Last Days of Europe (Part Two)

Provisional Government of Czechoslovakia/Prozatímní státní zřízení Dočasné štátne zriadenie


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Petr Zenkl (June 13, 1884-December 2, 1975), the second President of the Czech government-in-exile after the death of Edvard Beneš in 1948. The Czech government-in-exile was first based in London, and in 1943, the Czech government-in-exile to Washington D.C., USA.

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Monsignor Jan Šrámek (August 11, 1870-May 22, 1955), the Prime Minister of the Czech government-in-exile from 1940 until his death.

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Zdeněk Fierlinger (July 11, 1891-February 22, 1976), the second Prime Minister of the Czech government-in-exile from 1955.

Belgian government-in-exile/Gouvernement belge en exil/Belgische regering in ballingschap

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Baudouin of Belgium (September 7, 1930-March 31, 1998), the King of Belgian government-in-exile after the abdication of his father King Leopold III in 1945. From 1945 until reaching adulthood in 1948, his uncle Prince Charles, Count of Flanders served as regent.

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Hubert Pierlot (December 23, 1883-Decemebr 13, 1963), the Prime Minister of Belgium at the start of World War II and the first Prime Minister of the Belgian government-in-exile. The Belgian government-in-exile was first based in London, and in 1943, the Belgian government-in-exile fled to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and in 1953, to Washington D.C., USA.

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Paul-Henri Spaak (January 25, 1899-April 30, 1982), Prime Minister of Belgium from 1938 to 1939 and the second Prime Minister of the Belgian government-in-exile after the resignation of Hubert Pierlot. Spaak lived to see the death of Himmler in 1976, as well as the subsequent uprisings by the French, Walloon and Flemish SS divisions and the Franco-German invasion of the SS Orderstate of Burgundy, which resulted in Belgium becoming a temporary Reichsprotektorat of the German Reich.
 
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Infamous Neo-Burgundian Miguel Serrano(centre) photographed with his followers. Serrano would play a key role in establishing the tenants of "Esoteric Totalitarianism", which is based on the ideology of Himmler's Ordenstaat Burgundy combined with deranged occult beliefs. Believing Himmler to be the "Avatar" reincarnated to wipe clean the age of Kali Yuga upon the revelations of the full extent of Himmler's globalplans, Serrano became convinced that Himmler had not died in 1981 but had secretly survived and was living in Antarctica. While a marginal figure in Chilean far-right politics, Serrano would establish links with Neo-Burgundian terrorists and movements around the Western World and see to the establishment of a fringe Neo-Burgundian party in Chile, one of the few Neo-Burgundian political parties and movements outside Western Europe(meaning Anglo and Nordic countries specifically) and North America*.

*-I don't think the exclusively racialist and hyper genocidal tenants of such an ideology will appeal outside the Western and "White" countries barring a few instances OTL where such groups existed.
 
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Infamous Neo-Burgundian Miguel Serrano(centre) photographed with his followers. Serrano would play a key role in establishing the tenants of "Esoteric Totalitarianism", which is based on the ideology of Himmler's Ordenstaat Burgundy combined with deranged occult beliefs. Believing Himmler to be the "Avatar" reincarnated to wipe clean the age of Kali Yuga upon the revelations of the full extent of Himmler's globalplans, Serrano became convinced that Himmler had not died in 1981 but had secretly survived and was living in Antarctica. While a marginal figure in Chilean far-right politics, Serrano would establish links with Neo-Burgundian terrorists and movements around the Western World and see to the establishment of a fringe Neo-Burgundian party in Chile, one of the few Neo-Burgundian political parties and movements outside the Western Hemisphere*.

*-I don't think the exclusively racialist and hyper genocidal tenants of such an ideology will appeal outside the Western and "White" countries barring a few instances OTL where such groups existed.
Chile is in the Western Hemisphere and most of Europe isn’t. The Western Hemisphere is everything west of the Prime Meridian which is defined by the longitude of Greenwich, England. Basically it’s the Americas, some of Africa, some of the UK and France, Spain, Ireland, and Portugal
 
Chile is in the Western Hemisphere and most of Europe isn’t. The Western Hemisphere is everything west of the Prime Meridian which is defined by the longitude of Greenwich, England. Basically it’s the Americas, some of Africa, some of the UK and France, Spain, Ireland, and Portugal
Sorry, I meant the "Western world"(meaning Europe, and in this case specifically Anglo and Nordic Europe + North America). I got that really mixed up.
 

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Sadly, this was not to be, as Landrut's faction eventually was routed and obliterated by Abba Kovner's UPO. Oskar Schindler and his wife would meet their ends on July 9th, 1964, riddled with bullets by a dozen UPO partisans, and their remains tossed into a nearby lake.
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What would the TTL double blind WI version of New Order be like? The only concrete idea I had was that China would be a much larger player in global affairs, ie chairman mao doesn't run the country into the ground and have people clean up his mess.
 
Governments in Exile in the World of The New Order: Last Days of Europe (Part Three)

Greek government-in-exile/Ελληνική κυβέρνηση-εξόριστος (Ellinikí kyvérnisi-exóristos)


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Paul of Greece (December 14, 1901-March 6, 1964), King of the Greek government-in-exile from the death of his older brother King George II on January 30, 1946 until his own death. The Greek government-in-exile was first based in Cairo, and in 1942, the Greek government-in-exile fled to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and in 1946, to Washington D.C., USA. After his death, he was succeeded by his son as King Constantine II of Greece.

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Georgios Papandreou (February 13, 1888-November 1, 1968), one of the most prominent Prime Ministers of the Greek government-in-exile and Prime Minister in 1962.

Norwegian government-in-exile/Norsk eksilregjering

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Olav V of Norway (July 2, 1903-July 24, 1993), King of the Norwegian government-in-exile from the death of his father Haakon VII. The Norwegian government-in-exile was first based in London, and in 1943, the Norwegian government-in-exile fled to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and in 1958, to Washington D.C., USA.

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Einar Gerhardsen (May 10, 1897-September 1, 1985), one of the most prominent Prime Ministers of the Norwegian government-in-exile and Prime Minister in 1962. He was also the first Prime Minister of the restored Kingdom of Norway after the restoration of democracy in Norway, after which the government in exile ceased to exist.

Luxembourg government-in-exile/Lëtzebuerger Exil Regierung/Gouvernement luxembourgeois en exil/Luxemburgische Exilregierung

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Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (January 23, 1896-July 9, 1986), Grand Duchess of the Luxembourg government-in-exile, which was first headquartered in London, and in 1943, the government fled to Montreal, Quebec, Canada and in 1955, the government fled to Washington D.C., USA.

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Joseph Bech (February 17, 1887-February 6, 1977), one of the most prominent Prime Ministers of the Luxembourg government-in-exile and Prime Minister since the death of his colleague Prime Minister Pierre Dupong in 1953.
 
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Walter Cronkite recounting the speeches of President Yockey's cabinet to the Senate on CBS. As the broadcast went on, Cronkite seemed to become increasingly more disturbed, shakily removing his glasses before continuing. Once he was done, Cronkite seemed to stare out into space for a few moments, before saying, "God bless the United States, and goodnight, America." as the program closed out. It would prove to be a dark foreboding of what was to come during the Yockey Administration.
 
Reichspräsident Helmut Kohl meeting russian ex-president Boris Yelzin for the 25th-anniversery of the german-russian peace-treaty of 1975.
Yeltsin, "the great Unifier" founded the Russian Federative Republic" in 1971 and stayed her president till 1991.
 
Governments in Exile in the World of The New Order: Last Days of Europe (Part Four)

Government of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in Exile (Vlada Kraljevine Jugoslavije u egzilu/Владa Краљевине Југославије у егзилу)


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Peter II of Yugoslavia (September 6, 1923-February 23, 1990), King of the Yugoslav government-in-exile, which was first based in London, and in 1943, the Yugoslav government-in-exile fled to Washington D.C., USA. Soon after the formation of the Republic of Serbia in 1963, he claimed the title of King of Serbia in a mostly symbolic move.

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Božidar Purić (February 19, 1891-October 28, 1977), Prime Minister of the Yugoslav government-in-exile in 1962.

Government of the Spanish Republic in exile (Gobierno de la República Española en el exilio)

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Luis Jiménez de Asúa (June 18, 1889-November 16, 1973), President of the Spanish Republican government-in-exile, which was headquartered in Paris, France from 1939-1940, Mexico City, Mexico from 1940-1946, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA from 1946 to 1947, and in NYC, New York City, USA from 1947, in 1962.

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Claudio Sánchez-Albornoz (April 7,1893-July 8, 1984), Prime Minister of the Spanish Republican government-in-exile in 1962.

Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic (Рада Беларускай Народнай Рэспублікі/Rada Bielaruskaj Narodnaj Respubliki)

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Formed in 1919 after the conquest of the Belarusian Democratic Republic by Soviet Russia, the Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic is the oldest government-in-exile as of 1962, having existed for forty-three years. The Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic was headquartered in Kaunas, Lithuania from 1919-1923, in Prague, Czechoslovakia/Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, German Reich from 1923-1945 and in Toronto, Ontario, Canada since 1945.

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Mikola Abramchyk (August 16, 1903-May 29, 1974), President of the Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic in exile in 1962.

Supreme Committee for the Liberation of Lithuania (Vyriausiasis Lietuvos išlaisvinimo komitetas)

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Juozas Audėnas (September 25, 1898-October 11, 1980), Chairman of the VLIK in 1962. The VLIK was headquartered in NYC, New York, USA since 1955, when the council moved from Berne, Switzerland, where it had been headquartered since 1944.
 
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Flag of the totalitarian theocratic National Redemption Front that has ruled Spain for decades.

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NRF Spain testing it’s first nuclear weapon in 1987. The NRF then subsequently used it’s new nuclear capability to crush an OFN backed Basque uprising, destroying the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz. Since then the NRF have been the terror of Europe, regularly threatening to attack Portugal and Catalonia and seizing the Gibraltar Dam, an act would result in immediate war with the OFN. It is unclear how the NRF, the most reviled and feared state on Earth after the collapse of the Reich and Burgundy and the most santctioned in the world, was able to manufacture nuclear weapons, though it is theorized itaquired the technical know how and possible working weapons from Burgundian scientists who fled the collapse of the Himmler regime.

The NRF’s border with France, Portugal, and Catalonia, all OFN members, is the most militarized and fortified in the world, even more so then the Chinese-Manchurian border, while a large force of U.S. troops guards Gibraltar, backed by a frightening number of tactical nuclear weapons. U.S. troops are also substantially present at the French border due to France’s continuing lack of available resources due to ongoing recovery efforts from the Burgundian occupation and the horrific damage that resulted from Burgundy’s fall. Despite the grinding poverty and ongoing famine afflicting Spain, the sheer brutality and terror of the NRF regime has prevented any serious resistance from gaining steam, with the aforementioned Basque rebellion being the last major uprising against the theocratic regime.......
 
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The only photo of the assassination

The Assassination of Claude Auchinleck is widely seen as the beginning of the so called British Catastrophe. As Auchinleck was driving home one early morning a bomb planted under the street on his usual route exploded, flinging his car into the air. When the car slammed back into the ground front first the venerated General was flung into the pavement, smashing his face it bits and killing him instantly. His death was mourned deeply by England and the OFN as he was hailed as the Liberator of England, even once friend and then enemy Bill Alexander released a statement from hiding in remembrance for a man he once called friend. As investigators combed the scene of the explosion for clues the various dormant factions Claude had kept in check began to move. David Sterling, the Mad General, immedeatly pinned the blame on Germany and demanded that the Cornwall Garrison be put to the sword. Interim Prime Minister Enoch Powell however urged caution. This fell on deaf ears as Alexanders socialists took this as their chance to take power, launching a series of assaults on London, Birmingham and York. All were fended off by the nascent British Army but the damage had been done. Even as a report was readied blaming Himmler and known SS contacts in HMMLER used for coordinating the aid that saved the rebellion were rounded up rioting swept the country. Socialists, the Government and remnant Collaborationist forces based in Cornwall clashed in streets across the nation as the government in London lost all control. Cornwall, recently boosted by reinforcements from Goering's Reich, swept into Southern England to restore order as Scottish troops on the behalf of the OFN seized North England. The former Resistance scattered to the hills and England was once again lost to the pages of history.


Collaberationists rally under the banner of the WDL, a puppet party set up by Cornwall in Occuiped England, 1968


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