Photos of the New Order

Film poster of the movie

The Damned is a 2012 historical drama detailing the doomed efforts of the OFN 33rd infantry battalion to maintain order in Iberia following the Eurasian deluge in 1975, which would fail horrifically due to dwindling US support, worsening public relations between them and the Iberians, ecological collapse from the nuclear fallout, and in the films climax the collapse of the Gibraltar dam, ultimately destroying all civil order in Southern Europe. Disgraced, the OFN pulled a hasty retreat from Europe with as much soldiers and refugees as could fit on the aircraft. Mark Sinclair's heart wrenching performance as Lt. Col. John Konrad, a man who's forced into committing worse and worse acts to maintain order until he realizes he's no better than the men who destroyed Europe, would gain the film critical acclaim and nearly won him an Oscar. It would however pick up Oscars in other areas, and plans for a sequel titled the Exiles, which will follow an inadvertently abandoned Delta Force team and their struggle to return home, set to release in 2021.
Here's a post on the Republic of Turkey in TNO. Some of this is speculation.


Colonel Cemal Gürsel, leader of the 1942 Turkish coup d'état against President İsmet İnönü, after which the President, as well as Prime Minister Celâl Bayar, was arrested and executed, and Marshall Fevzi Çakmak was forcefully retired from the army. After the coup, Gürsel became President and brought Turkey into the Second World War on the side of the victorious Axis Powers, resulting in a new Turkish Empire. On November 30, 1950, Gürsel died in office under mysterious circumstances and was allegedly poisoned by the more radical supporters of Colonel Alparslan Türkeş.


Colonel Alparslan Türkeş leader of the 1942 Turkish coup d'état. After the coup, Türkeş, who was known to his followers in the army as the "Başbuğ", the title he would later adopt as leader of Turkey, became Prime Minister at only twenty-five years of age. After the war ended in 1945, Türkeş and Gürsel formed the Nationalist Front, the new Fascist ruling-party of Turkey based on Kemalism, Westernization, Turanism and Turkish racial-superiority.


Prime Minister and Colonel Alparslan Türkeş being inaugurated as President of Turkey on December 10, 1950, soon after which Türkeş, the youngest man to become Preisdent of Turkey at 33 years of age, would combine the two offices into the one office of "Başbuğ".


Turkish soldiers on the Levantine Front of World War II, during Turkish soldiers fought the Free-French and British armies in Syria and Lebanon.


Turkish soldiers in Amernia on the Caucasus Front of World War II, 1943.


Turkish soldiers march to the front on the Mesopotamian Front of World War II in support of the Golden Square government of Iraq, 1943.


Turkish soldiers en route to the Caucasus Front, 1942.


Turkish soldiers fighting against Soviet soldiers in Georgia, 1943.


Başbuğ Alparslan Türkeş at the Malta Conference in 1962.


Başbuğ Alparslan Türkeş announcing the declaration of war against the Italian Empire in Ankara on June 7, 1962.
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Australian forces with the OFN in South Africa. Despite Australia's contribution to the OFN cause, there were many in the Australian government who sympathised with the Boer cause, who they saw as protecting themselves from outside aliens (never mind that they were in a majority-black country.) A major incident occurred in 1964 when an anonymous pamphlet criticising the '[REDACTED}isation of the US Army' (in response to the high numbers of African-American troops) was circulated among Australian forces, leading to a street battle between black US servicemen and Australian troops in the streets of Cape Town, with US and Australian MPs unable or unwilling to intervene.

Albert Hertzog, the President and Leier of the Boer Republic, pictured here in the Union Buildings of Pretoria shortly after learning about the end of the South African War in 1966, the war having ended in a partial victory for the OFN, with South Africa and their independence secured as a member of the OFN, albeit with the independence of the Boer Republic maintained and with RK Sudwestafrika annexing Bechuanaland. In this photo, Herzog appears to be relived as he learns that the war has finally come to an end and that the Boer Republic will remain independent, albeit not being officially recognized by the OFN.


Armies of the Boer Republic, circa 1970.


Boer soldiers on patrol along the border with South Africa, circa 1975.


Boer soldiers at the start of the South African Border War in 1980. The war, fought between South Africa and the Boer Republic, began shortly after the death of President Herzog on October 7, 1980.


South African soldiers of the SADF on the march to the front during the Border War, 1981.


Black African soldiers of the SADF on motorized army vehicle, 1982. In 1976, the South African Army was officially integrated between all races.


SADF soldiers on patrol in Kimberly, 1985. The Border War would end three years later in 1988 with the reunification of South Africa and the Boer Republic, although Fascist Afrikaner nationalist guerilla groups, many of which were also Nationalist Socialist, would continue to operate in the former Boer Republic well into the 1990s.


Henrique N'zita Tiago, the leader of the Kinshasa Liberation Front (French: Front de libération de Kinshasa, Portuguese: Frente de Libertação de Kinshasa), a socialist rebel army, supported by both the OFN and the SocIntern, that fought against the notorious Afrikaner-Abwehrfront of ex-concentration camp commander and SS member Otto Förschner, and that desire to learn the territory of the Abwehrfront into an independent Republic of Kinsasha. The Afrikaner-Abwehrfront become notorious during the 1960s and 1970s for its cruel treatment of native Africans at the hands of German elite, with Förschner running the country as if it were his own concentration camp. After the death of Förschner in 1975, the FLK launched an all-out war against the remnant of the German authority, with most German leaders being killed on sight during the fighting, and some German civilians were even murdered during the fighting, although Tiago explicitly forbade the killing of civilians and punished officers who did so. Some German-owned oil refiners were also destroyed by the FLK, with oil extraction being one of the main reasons the Germans stayed and ruled so harshly in the territory. The People's Republic of Kinshasa, including land that was a once part of the Belgian Congo and the former Portuguese territory of Cabinda, was then officially established.

In photo: President Kennedy in the oval office having a conversation with his close associate against the KKK, FBI director Hoover.

Robert Francis Kennedy, the first NPP president, is considered the greatest American President of the 20th century.
His time in the White House saw the creation of the modern American healthcare system, the creation of the modern American welfare system, and the return of Hawaii to the United States in return for the end of the oil embargo on the Japanese empire.
RFK usually believed in escalating the cold war against the Japanese and Germans, compared to previous administrations, and thus he reformed the American military, escalated the South African War, and urged for brinkmanship diplomacy.
To this day, his time is considered generally a great success for America, despite recent rumors of non-legal measures he used to achieve his goals.
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How did America get Hawaii back? I figured that it would've been Japanized by then
You can get Hawii back in a negotiations with Japan after dealing with the ports sucessfully and removing the oil embargo (and also giving Japan Panama and other stuff if you want, If I remember correctly), it depends on the Japanese AI if he agrees to the deal. I got Hawii back and got senators from there in the American UI.

R-D and NPP presidential candidates George McGovern and Francis P. Yockey during the 1972 presidential debates.

After narrowly managing to secure the RD nomination over Robert McNamara, McGovern found himself up against Francis P. Yockey, the NPP's controversial presidential candidate. It soon became apparent that the 1972 debates would be much different once it started, when McGovern refused to shake Yockey's hand and immediately went up to the stage once both candidates were announced. During the first debate, Yockey immediately went on the offensive, lambasting McGovern's noninterventionism, calling it "a surrender to the Japanese" and "reminiscent of the spirit that almost cost us Indonesia". McGovern immediately countered this accusation, calling Yockey's anti-Japanese rhetoric, "thinly-disguised xenophobia and blatant saber-rattling" and accused him of Nazi sympathies, bringing up Yockey's previous affiliations with pro-German groups during WW2 and his current desire of an alliance with the Reich. The debate would only further devolve from there, with the moderator unable to stop the two candidates loudly shouting and arguing until the debate was ended. This event would be a further showcase of the great division in American politics, and would lead to further chaos in the leadup to November 1972.
What is exactly the status of Russia.
Divided between the Russian Republic (formerly known as the Russian Free Republic), led by President Boris Yelstin and a member of the OFN, and the USSR, led by Valery Sablin and the leader of COMECON and SocIntern. The USSR claims Western Russia and the Russian Republic claims the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic within the USSR.

Heres a Pro-OFN poster from 1976, found on the R/TNO subreddit (not made by me).
Heres a map of the world of The New Order in 1950, twelve years before the start of the game. Some parts of the map are speculation.

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Pretty sure Angola and Mozambique were invaded when Germany established its dominion over Africa, also Free France should be smaller I think

Angola and Mozambique were invaded by Germany, which resulted in Portugal joining with Spain to form the Iberian Union in 1955. As a result, I imagined that Germany didn't invade Angola and Mozambique until shortly before that, so in 1950, Portugal still has most of its colonial empire.

Free France would become much smaller later on, but at this point I imagine that Germany didn't yet begin the Luftwaffe bombing over West Africa, which would result in the West African Anarchy.

The mugshot of James Earl Ray, Martin Luther King's murderer.

A passionate supporter of President George Wallace, James Earl Ray had apparently grown unsatisfied with the FR-NPP after Wallace's impeachment and LeMay's signing of a newer and stronger Civil Rights Act. In the months to follow, Ray's politics began to take sharp turn to the right, and he began to openly support the All-American National Vanguard. This later culminated in the murder of Martin Luther King, on July 30th, 1968, when he was shot by Ray with a sniper rifle on the balcony of Lorraine Motel. Ray's association with the AANV would reach headlines, and the name 'Yockey' would be known to everyone across America. Unfortunately, this national attention was exactly what Yockey needed, and he would make great use of the unrest during the King Riots of 1968 to boost his support in the NPP.
Some photos from Africa. Some of this is speculation.


Félix Éboué, French Guyanese-French colonial administrator, leader of Free France and President of the short-lived Republic of Tchad, which was in former French Equatorial Africa. With De Gualle's permission, Éboué declared the independence of the Republic of Chad in 1946 as numerous parts of Free French Africa were forming their own breakaway republics, and De Gualle figured what was left of French Equatorial Africa was to far away to bother with governing. The Republic of Tchad lasted until the German Luftwaffe increased thier bombing raids over the Sahara in 1955, during which Éboué was killed and the West African Anarchy began.


Ruben Um Nyobè, first President of the Cameroonian African State, a Pan-Africanist republic that existed in Africa from the 1940s to the 1970s, and which originally controlled French and British Cameroon. He served as President from the formation of the Republic in 1945, during the Cameroonian-Nigerian War which saw the conquest of Nigeria and until his death in a Luftwaffe bombing raid in 1960, after which Félix-Roland Moumié became President. Félix-Roland Moumié would serve as President of the CAS until its collapse in the 1970s, which would see the nations of Cameroon, Biafra and Nigeria all become independent, as well as Free Yorubaland which already decaled independence in 1956. It should be noted that at its height, the CAS controlled all of the former French and British Cameroon and British Nigeria.


Chief Obafemi Awolowo, the President of the short-lived Republic of Nigeria from its foundation in 1945 until its conquest by the Cameroonian African State after the Cameroonian-Nigerian War of 1951-1952. On June 26, 1952, Awolowo was killed during the Battle of Lagos which saw the end of the war. His close friend and former Prime Minister of Nigeria Ladoke Akintola would later become the first President of Yorubaland.
Some photos from the Arab-Israeli War, which lasted from 1974 to 1976. The war pitted the State of Israel under President Menachem Begin against the United Arab States alliance of the Arabian Republic, the Socialist Republic of Egypt, the Ba'athist State of Iraq and the Syrian Republic.

While Israel was very much outnumbered against its Arab foes, OFN support to Israel, as well as private Jewish volunteers from numerous OFN and non-aligned nations, proved to be a deciding factor in evening the odds. On the other hand, the Arab Alliance was beset by political infighting, infighting between armies, religions conflicts between Sunnis, Shias and Ibadis, and the sudden death of Egyptian President Nasser in 1977. The war eventually ended in a stalemate.

With the signing of the Treaty of Athens in 1977, the Arabian Republic annexed Jordan, the West Bank and part of Jerusalem which was officially renamed to its Arab name of Al-Quds, the Republic of Lebanon was given independence as a neutral nation with power shared between Muslims and Christians and a non-aggression pact was signed between the State of Israel and the United Arab States. While Israel did not technically lose the war, as they managed to survive as a nation, the result of the war was a massive embarrassment for the right-wing Irgun party, which would see the resignation of Menachem Began and the Israeli Labor Party of Chaim Herzog coming to power in the elections of 1978.


Male and Female IDF soldiers at the start of the war on June 8, 1974.


An Israeli tank in the desert of Jordan, 1974.


Iraqi and Syrian soldiers patrolling in occupied Jordan, 1974.


Arabian soldiers drive by the Dome of the Rock, 1975.


Palestinian and Jordanian rebels in the West Bank, 1975.


The Egyptian People's Army in the occupied Sinai Peninsula, 1975.


A Syrian Panzer tank originally owned by the Turkish army and bought by Turkey from the German Wehrmacht, 1976.


Israeli soldiers rise the flag of Israel after retaking the Sinai from Egypt, 1976.


Israeli Artillery outside of Gaza near the end of the war in October, 1976.
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The Years Before: Prologue.

Many historians will talk about the 1960s through 1980s. They'll theorize about how one of the most calamitous and life threatening eras of the world could have been, or would have turned out in different ways.

Instead, this series looks to observe the years before; beginning at the peace conference of 1945, when the Allies came to the negotiating table, and continue all the way up to 1962.

No historical figure is a caricture; all of the people shown had their own ideas, their own dreams, and their own reasons for doing what they did- and everyone is free to make their own judgements on them.

This series will move across the globe, looking at events across the world as years progress- and as a result, show varying perspectives on some of the same events. Some events will even get their own chapters.

Hopefully, it's an interesting enough read.

(OOC: figured i'd do a timeline type thing in here/a few posts, might be fun, hope you guys enjoy)

Hristo Lukov (January 6, 1887-November 11, 1980), Bulgarian general, minister of war from 1935 to 1938, and leader of the Union of Bulgarian National Legions, a Nationalist Socialist political party, from 1942 until his resignation in 1972. During the Italo-German Great Game, Lukov was one of the most pro-German politicians in Bulgaria.


Ferenc Szálasi (January 6, 1897-September 15, 1982), leader of the Arrow Cross Party, a National Socialist party, from 1935 until his resignation in 1975. With Hungary rejoining the Einheitspakt in 1965, Szálasi and his Arrow Cross Party become more influential in Hungary. Nevertheless, the party was never able to gain power and were continuously suppressed by the royalist Hungarian government of Regent Béla Imrédy. This suppression continued after the death of Regent Imrédy on June 5, 1974, the restoration of democracy in Hungary, the establishment of the Second Hungarian Republic and Hungary allying with the Italian Empire and joining the OFN in 1976.