Photos of the New Order

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Begin & Speer's relationship with one another is infamous to historians.
Both leaders continuously launched personal attacks on one another during speeches they held and in public events.
Speer always preferred to refer to Begin as ''the Jew with the glasses'' with contempt, even after the Nuremberg Laws were abolished and despite Germany's lack of diplomatic relations with Israel, continued to vocally attack Israel, and personally targeted Beign.
Begin also continuously mentioned Germany, Speer, and the industrial genocide of European Jews in the 1940s in order to elevate himself in the speeches he gave to the public.
Germany and Israel still refuse to recognize one another and do not have official diplomatic relations to this day.
 


Image of the Hyaku Shiki, the main mobile suit of Quattro Bajenna, the deuteragonist of Space Defender Zaku Zeta(and also the Protagonist to , the sequel to Space Defender Zaku.

Whereas the original SDZ was more subtle with it's critiques of the Japanese war aims and establishment, Space Defender Zaku Zeta* is outright condemnatory, showing the Side Co-Prosperity Sphere as little better than the "Federation" that it replaced. This is due to the reprecussions of the fall of the Kishi regime after the GAW forcing Japan to confront it's past crimes, with the Zeonic government being modelled explicitly by Tomino after the Kishi regime. SDZZ, which ran for two seasons, reveals that after the end of the One Year Liberation War, the sinister Gihren Zabi(a Kishi expy to boot), the most totalitarian of the Zabi children, outmaneuvered his siblings into taking power, using the "Titans Conspiracy" of hardliner Federation officials that turned out to have died a long time ago as a means to create political chaos. Creating the Hydra task force(Titans analogue) to enforce order on Earth and the Space Colonies, the New Order of Zeon proves to be just as brutal, if not more so, than the Earth Federation before it, using chemical weapons on a whim against entire colonies. This eventually turns the entire Earth Sphere against Zeon, as an underground group, the Anti-Zeon Union League(AEUG analogue) rose to oppose Hydra. The AZUL is led by the deposed Garma Zabi, who managed to survive, as well as SDZ protagionist Char himself under the identity of Quattro Bajeena, who was thought to have disappeared after the One Year Liberation War, still seeking to take power as the true heir to Deikun's ideals. Caught in the middle of this war is Kamille Biden, who fell into the cockpit of a reverse engineered "Black Gundam" after a unfortunate run-in with Hydra soldier Jerid Messa.

The Zeon Civil war would eventually see Gihren's own treacherous advisor, Paptimus Scirocco, outmanuver both Gihren and an exiled Kycilia, to take control of all of Zeon, seeking to use the young Minerva Zabi as his puppet, along with the return of the Federation Forces that have been hiding in Mars. It culminates in a deadly 3-way war that sees the sacrifices of Char and Amuro, the destruction of much of the human population, still yet having to recover from the One Year War, along with the complete collapse of civilization and regression of most of the world to a pre-industrial state of living. The Space Defender Zaku Zeta is notoriously darker than many of the media that exists in this era**, in part influenced by Tomino's depression and the reprecussions of the Kishi regime on both Japan and Asia.

*-The mech itself probably looks nothing like the Zeta Zaku
**-I'm assuming that in TNOverse, most media is escapist



Poster for Turn A Gundam, the final installment to the "Universal Century Trilogy"(Space Defender Zaku, Space Defender Zaku Zeta, Turn A Gundam). Turn A Gundam is set 1200 years after the collapse of human civilization at the end of the Universal Century. In the year 1200 of the New Century, humanity have returned to industrial era, turn-of-the-century levels of quality of life. This technological level however, puts them at a disadvantage against the lunar colonists called the Moonrace, survivors of the Great Collapse, who have come back to Earth to reclaim their ancestral home. The only way that the earthnoids could fight against this new spacenoid threat is with newly uncovered "mobile dolls"--the Zakus, as well as the Turn A gundam, a mobile suit with a dark secret of it's own. At the same time, the ghosts of the past make their reappearence.....

Turn A Gundam, despite being set far in the future, is noteworthy for it's more stranger mech designs and the fact that it proved to be a satisfactory and hopeful conclusion for the universal century trilogy, showing that there is hope for humanity despite all the tragedies it went through...
 
Hardcore Ultranationalist Clique (Inspired by tales of the Omsk Black League in Pre-Reunifaction Russia as well they worship Partisan Leader Abba Kovner for his goals of genocide, the Ultranationalist Faction seeks an ultimate Great Trial against Japan).
Also, you forgot "they idolize Long Yun and believe that he was a true man of action".
 
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The infamous foot bath scene with Officer Clemmons and Fred Rogers.

Fred Rogers, widely beloved children's show personality, first rose to prominence in 1968 with the short-lived Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. While groundbreaking for its time, the show began to run into a great deal of legal trouble, as many episodes and scripts Rogers worked on faced heavy scrutiny from the FBI as a result of President Goldwater's policies during the Second Red Scare. What ultimately killed Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was an infamous segment where Rogers had a foot bath and shared his towel with Officer Clemmons, an African American character on the show. This was meant to serve as a rebuttal to the racial segregation that continued in the South and the political radicalization that was occurring with the rise of Francis P. Yockey. It sparked a great deal of outrage in Southern media, with Rogers receiving continuous harassment from segregationists and even outright death threats from Yockey's followers. The show was ultimately pulled and Rogers himself was blacklisted. Despite this, he would continue to do religious work for his church and would find other ways to provide education to children. Unfortunately, the election of Francis P. Yockey would ultimately force Mr. Rogers and his family to leave the United States and settle in the USSR, which had become a safe haven to many Americans fleeing the oppressive Yockey administration.

Mr. Rogers soon managed to strike gold in the emerging Soviet television industry, and he was soon back on the air with a new television show called "Good Night, Neighbors!", produced by Rogers and emerging Russian television presenter Valentina Leontyeva, whom Rodgers had befriended after getting acquainted with his new environment. Rogers quickly became an icon to Soviet children, and his show would become so popular that Valery Sablin himself even appeared in one episode to educate the young viewers on the tenants of communism, the history of the October Revolution, and the righteousness of the Soviet state. Fred would later even be rewarded the Order of Lenin in the mid-90s, as an acknowledgement for his contributions to Soviet television and society. Today, Fred Rogers is remembered as one of the most beloved figures in television history and his impact on children's television can still be felt to this day.

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Mr. Rogers during his tour of Moscow years after the Second West Russian War. Mr. Rogers would serve as a voice of peace and reason during a time of great healing as the Soviets reintegrated their eastern lands.
 
The two republics: A Sverdlovsk-Tomsk reunification canon
Part One: A general overview of the 60s


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Boris Yeltsin, former first Prime Minister of the United Federative Russia Republic, laying flowers at the grave of the first President; Andrey Sakharov, during a memorial service on the 10th year anniversary of his passing. 1999.

The history of Russia, in the years before the "Great Merger" of 1971, was nothing short of extraordinary. Throughout the 50s and 60s, the remainder of Russia, which had been left unoccupied by Nazi Germany, was fractured into numerous warlord territories that had adhered to a great diversity of systems and ideologies. The two states who would manage to come out on top in the hectic years of the Russian Reunification Wars, was the "Sverdlovsk Government"; a military government under renowned Soviet Marshall Konstantin Rokossovsky, and the second was the "Tomsk Republic"; Formally known as the "Central Siberian Republic", founded by famed poet Boris Pasternak, which had once encompassed areas of their name, before being whittled down through various separatist elements breaking off; the most infamous of which was the "Kingdom of Kemerovo", founded by a general, who claimed to be the reincarnation of the Russian nation's founder; Rurik. Both, these warlord states, as well as their respective leaders, are seen as the "Grandfathers of modern Russia".

After a series of wars, both states had come to govern large territories West and Central Siberia by the end of 1965. It also meant they shared a common border. shortly after this phase of expansion, Rokossovsky died, and his successor, the future legendary Marshall; Pavel Batov, had saw to transform the Military Government, into a Democracy. The first election would see political activist Boris Yeltsin of the Russian Transformation League elected as president of the newly established West Siberian Republic, but, to his ire, the military under the new Minister of Defence; Batov, would still wield a great deal of influence within the nascent Republic. Meanwhile, the situation within the revived CSR was somewhat more turbulent. The president, Andrey Sakharov who was elected after Pasternak's death in 1962, had to contend with a small-scale Socialist revolt, as well as the "Cynicism Crisis" where there was widespread dissatisfaction amongst many of the republic's new subjects in regards to the perceived elitist and limited nature of the Salon political system. Nonetheless, Sakharov would endure, and he and his party; The Modernists, would embark on ambitious and extensive modernization projects, that some historians would compare to Chinese President Gao Zongwu's modernization programmes, including, in particular, a massive expansion of the education system, and large investments in technology.

Relations between the two republics would begin cordially, with the signing of a Non-Aggression Pact on the 8th of December, just weeks after Yeltsin's election. Their attentions largely would remain on internal affairs, and preparing against external threats; specifically, the Neo-Bukharinist dictatorship of the Far Eastern Soviet Republic, lead by Valery Sablin, that bordered the CSR and the ultranationalistic, tyrannical Central Eurasian Provisional Authority, lead by eccentric ideologue Lev Gumilyov, which bordered the WSR . By 1971, the two republics had already triumphed in their respective wars against these two remaining warlord states, and it is then that talks commenced for a official unification, as while there were notable distinctions, such were not impossible to work out. Besides, nobody had the heart for more war between Russians. Such issues that were addressed in the negotiations were economics (Sakharov wasn't too keen about Yeltsin's privatisation policies), the political system (the WSR's parliamentary system, was different from the CSR's Salons), little things like Vexillology (which was relatively simple as both states had the traditional Russian tricolours, though the CSR also had black in addition), foreign policy (perhaps most simple, as both states had separately established ties to the OFN, and there was a joint invasion against the bandit Khanate of Kazakhstan) and the military (due to the history of commanders breaking away from the republic, and desires for a perfected democracy, the CSR was really reluctant to allow Batov the same political influence, that he had in the WSR. Yeltsin agreed likewise, but Batov was insistent). By the end of it all, a conference was held in Novosibirsk on February 1971 that heralded the "Great Merger" between the two states with Sakharov as President and Yeltsin his Prime Minister, in a coalition government. Cabinet positions were allotted as was believed most appropriate, with Ministries like Transportation, Technology and Economic going to the Modernists while others like The Interior, Education and Foreign ministries going for the RTL. Batov was accepted as Defence Minister and one of the top Commanders in the new Republican military, though with his political influence curtailed, which Batov accepted, as he didn't distrust President Sakharov as much as he did Yeltsin. Thus the Russian Republic was born.
 
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The two republics: A Sverdlovsk-Tomsk reunification canon
Part Two: The reclamation war and Gorbachev's story

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Mikhail Gorbachev, formerly a prominent functionary of Bronislav Kaminski's collaborationist clique in Nazi-occupied Russia, pictured during a public campaign event for the Mayorship of the reclaimed old Russian capital of Moscow, on the Humanist ticket. Circa 1981. Though Russian collaborators of the Nazi regime are normally despised and even prosecuted, Gorbachev's record of doing all that he could to support his fellow Russian subjects, before the Great Reclamation War, had made him a well-respected figure within the liberated lands.

With the formation of the Russian Republic, the Sakharov/Yeltsin coalition government did not waste time making preparations for liberation of the Reich's eastern holdings. The timing seemed quite ideal, considering that Germany was embroiled in a economic and political turmoil, which the ailing Fuhrer Martin Bormann was finding difficult to remedy. Nonetheless the Great Reclamation War (alternatively called the Second West Russian War or the Third Great Patriotic War) would be really challenging for the free Russians, who would find themselves in an uphill struggle against the overlord of Europe. Fortunately, they would still hold a combination of advantages that would help them endure, particularly; Marshall Batov's superb military leadership, Sakharov's modernization schemes forging the most advanced Russian army yet in history, heavy aid from the United States under President Jeanne Kirkpatrick and the OFN as a whole (one case being the UK sending David Sterling, the controversial yet prominent former resistance fighter, alongside other veterans of the English Civil War, to serve as advisors, with Sterling himself playing a big role in shaping up the Republic's Spetsnaz forces). The Republic would also come to utilize former military personnel of the Eurasianist and Sablinite regimes, that would come to have some consequences down the line.

The GRW would last from August 24th of 1973 to October 7th of 1976. It would begin with the Reich's expected refusal of the Republic's ultimatum to give up their Eastern territories and ended when the Reich began facing impending economic collapse from the exhaustion of the war, as well as further heightened internal political instability after the death of Bormann, whose purging of the Nazi party and Whermacht leadership beforehand proved self-damaging. Therefore, the emergency government in Germania, decided to come to the table with the Russians (who had just breached the defences of annexed Crimea, and started encroaching onto Ostland), in a conference in Stockholm, Sweden. An armistice would be signed, that saw occupied western Russia, the north Caucasus, Crimea and the Donbass region of east Ukraine annexed directly into the Russian Republic. The south Caucasus would be joined together to form the Transcaucasian republic, which would be in confederation with Russia, similar to Kazakhstan. Ukraine would be established as an independent, neutral buffer state. Ostland would be left under German auspices, to the ire of many Russians though Sakharov understood that the peace deal would be as good as he is getting and to go any further would risk nuclear war. However the rights, and a measure of autonomy for the natives of Ostland would be guaranteed, likewise for the Volga Germans. The German settlers, and descendants of such, would be deported from the retaken lands, but in a gradual and orderly fashion.

In time, the Russian Republic would reintegrate their lands, and prosecute the collaborators. Death penalties and long-term imprisonment would be handed to the most high level and brutal offenders, the chief example being Kaminski, who was sentenced to death-in-absentia, as he lived in exile in Germany. Yet punishments for most would be light or non-existent, as it would be found that many collaborated out of support for their families and the interest of their communities. The most prime example would be Mikhail Gorbachev. Having lived under the Nazis past his teenage years, Gorbachev, seeing the WRRF's failure to liberate west Russia, and the subsequent degeneration into warlordism, would come to believe that the best way to help the people of Russia at the moment would be to do what one could within the system of Reichskommissariat Moskowien. Joining the Slavic bloc of the Ostvolk council, Gorbachev would first gain notice, when he was the first to voice out against a proposal by a German general to start forcibly relocating Russian subject to the border with the Russian warlords, thereby putting them in harms way of Luftwaffe terror bombing and bandit raids. In the advent of the Nazi governor; Siegfried Kasche's mysterious disappearance (future investigations would find that he relocated to Palm Beach Florida, where he lived for the remainder of his life) in the aftermath of the German Civil Wars outbreak in October 1963. A hasty agreement was reached between the collaborators, lead by Kaminski and acting Reichskommisar Erich Von Dem Bach, which divided Moskowien into separate administrations; the Moscow Autonomy and the German Sovereign Zone, based roughly on the geographic demographics of the Slavic and German communities. Gorbachev would find himself appointed by Kaminski as the local governor of the Smolensk Oblast. There he would gain a reputation of being fair and selfless whereas other collaborators of his status would be greedy and corrupt. While resources would always be stretched thin, Gorbachev would preside over rural development, hunger relief and other public work. He would come to blows with Kaminski, criticizing his brutal methods in quelling partisan unrest, and Kaminski had even planned to purge Gorbachev when he suggested proposing an unconditional amnesty to convince partisans to give up their revolt, only relenting when many of his underlings vouched for Gorbachev on his effectiveness in pacifying the populace under his authority.

Gorbachev's stint as governor would end when, in 1967 Bormann entered negotiations with Kaminski, that formalized the separation of Moskowien, and transformed the Moscow autonomy into Reichsprotektorat Russland. Gorbachev was rendered impotent in this arrangement, as he feuded with German bureaucrats moved in and assumed much of his responsibilities. With the onset of the GRW, Kaminski ordered Gorbachev detained in a labour facility on account of the discovery of his sympathies to the Russian Republic, being freed by Batov's soldiers on June 18th 1976. After the wars end, Gorbachev would make contact with the Humanists, whose chairman; Mieczysław Weinberg would embrace him on account of Gorbachev embodying the party's core values of compassion to his fellow man, in his effort to improve the lot of the Russians under German domination. Gorbachev would successfully become elected mayor of Moscow in 1982, in large part due to the locals having been well aware of his reputation. As mayor Gorbachev would do his best to revitalize of the old city, but the wars and decades of lackluster development under the Nazis have taken it's toll. Nowadays, Yekaterinburg (renamed from Sverdlovsk) and Tomsk are seen as the economic and cultural centres of Russia, with the latter being one of the technology hubs of Eurasia.
 
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flag of the Hitnagdut Movement in the early 60s.


The formation of Eretz Ashkenaz is a profound example of the upheavals of the 1960s. One of the two only self-declared Jewish-democratic nations in the world, It is a state within the local Federation of the island alongside the Republic of Madagascar. The Malagasy minority inside Eretz Ashkenaz is highly regarded as a comrade-in-arms against the previous Nazi regime of the island, and with socio-economic status almost completely equal to the Jewish majority of the nation. Eretz Ashkenaz usually supports the State of Israel, the only other self-declared Jewish state in the world without reservation, but sometimes brings public criticism of the conduct of several Israeli governments in various events. The difference of the Jewish majority in Israel compared to the island is reflected in the fact that thanks to the great stability the island has achieved since the 60s as well as the success of reaching agreements with the locals and even managing to create sympathetic relations compared to the Levant, has resulted in a much calmer worldview among the Jews of Eretz Ashkenaz compared to most Israelis, who to this day have silently envy the nation success with its surroundings, unlike the State of Israel's relative lack of success.
 
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A former member of the Second Chinese National Protection Army Nazi-saluting a portrait of Sun Yat Sen.


Following the Second NPA's defeat by the Nanjing government, the armies of Long Yun fled into the mountains of Southwestern China and continued with their resistance against the Co- Prosperity Sphere. Some NPA remnant groups radicalized and embraced Nazism, seeing it as the only way to save the Chinese nation from its misery. Many modern day Chinese far right parties including the Chinese National People's Party and the national Socialist Labor Party of China have originated from these resistance groups.
 
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Henry ''Scoop'' Jackson campaigning in 1972.

Jackson's presidency is usually found in the middle in historical rankings by modern-day historians.
Despite being an experienced politician, considered at the time a great statesman, and in the presidential race compared to McGovern as the one who will continue RFK's vision in healing America, his term is viewed as "stagnant" after it was over, quite opposite to the great changes of RFK's time in the White House, partly due to great difficulties in dealing with the ''second wave'' of the oil crisis, numerous geopolitical issues such as the UAR-Israel war, and partly due to his reforms not being viewed in the same positive light as the ones RFK passed.
He is not considered a bad president, but being given bad cards and is seen as one who has always walked in the shadow of the great RFK.
Despite being president with only one term with many problems, historians still value his achievements such as achieving the peace agreement in the Levant.
He lost the 1976 elections to John B. Anderson, the first R-D politician to take back the White House since McCormack left it in 1965.
 
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