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The year is 1978, and the Great Trial, known outside of Russia as the Third Russo-German War, had just ended after four long years. The newly established Russian National State, an ultranationalist, despotic and Spartan nation, led by Glavkoverkh Dimitry Timofeyevich Yazov, stood triumphant over the war-torn lands of Eastern and Central Europe, lands littered with nuclear and biological fallout and countless unexploded weapons and craters made by artillery and bombs. The Russian National State, formerly known as the Russian National Reclamation Government, declared a surprise war against the collapsing Greater Germanic Reich after the death of Martin Bormann in 1974, and afterwards conquered Muscovy, Ukraine, the Caucasus, Belarus, the Baltics, Poland, East Prussia, Bessarabia, Carpatho-Ukraine, Czechia and former German lands east of the Oder and Neisse rivers. What was left of the former German Reich was in another state of civil war, with Heinz-Georg Lemm, the former Reichskommissar of Norway. trying to keep the peace in Germania, with the German RKs of the Netherlands and Norway and the protectorates of Denmark and Bohemia-Moravia declaring independence and with the Einheitspakt having disbanded, with Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, the French State and the United Kingdom all going their own way during and after the violent fall of the Greater German Reich. To many, Yazov was a hero of the Russian and Slavic peoples, while to many others, including to many in the west, Yazov was an insane villain and war criminal who, as Friedrich Nietzsche said, looked long into the abyss and became the monster that he hated so much.
How did this not lead to nuclear war.
 


Map of the world in the dystopian "What Insanity Is This" timeline. It begins with an America that fails to adopt the Constitution falling apart in the wake of George Washington's death and the corrupt dealings of the Federalist Party. Meanwhile, Napoleon defeats the British Empire around the globe and Napoleonic France becomes the global hegemon.

Things quickly turn sideways. The French force the Republican Union, the American remnant in the North stretching from Ohio to Maine, into an alliance with the Southron powers (Maryland, Virginia, Carolina, and Georgia) and itself to defeat British Canada. The Canadians essentially raze the RU, while the French and Southrons refuse to help until it's too late. In the aftermath of the Napoleonic Wars, the Republican Union survives, and even annex the entiriety British North America. However, the betrayal of their allies and the devastation wreaked upon them by the Canadians totally and irreversibly twists the American psyche, leading to the rise of the American Fundamentalist Church. In the aftermath, the RU slowly devolves from an expansionist, revanchist state into a crypto-National Socialist dictatorship and it all goes downhill from there......

This map is the WIIT universe a few years the Second Great War. The Republican Union has directly annexed South America, as well as the entire Iberian pennisula and Napoleonic France in revenge, and also acquired parts of Africa, turning the Congo into a massive slave labor complex for South American ethnicity, while repopulating South America with Anglo-American nationalities each given a separate "colony". Meanwhile in Europe the Illuminist Union was utterly defeated by a militaristic Neo-Polish Commonwealth. The world is plunged into a Cold War between the Republican Union, the British Commonwealth, and the Imperial Japanese. Politics wise the Republican Union, following the death of Supreme Leader Joe Steele has only gotten more totalitarian, with Supreme Leader Chuck Oswald molding the RU into an omnicidal, Spartanist nightmare similar to a certain SS-state in the real world right down to a eerily similar flag.......

The timeline has been praised for it's horror and for showing just how things in America could have gone so wrong and how Nazi style views does not emerge out of a vaccum, given the fall of the Republican Union into far right insanity and the creeping authoritarianism in both the saner Napoleonic France and later the British Commonwealth. It was written in response to neo-Burgundian terrorism unleashed by SS agent Harold Thompson and his second in command, William Luther Pierce following the death of Himmler and continuing to this day. Outside of the obvious condemnation by the far right, there have been some criticism in non-fascistic circles for the portrayals of "Joe Steele" and "Chuck Oswald" particuarly by Kaganovichites or NPP-C supporters knowing their identities in the real world, as well as the portrayal of Nixon as one of the sane voices in the "Republican Union".

OOC: This is WMIT except the Japanese are still around and Britain isn't Fascist, through increasingly authoritarian. And yes I know that Draka style "kill more x than Nazis" groups are out of fashion in a world where Nazi evil is more realized, but you can argue that the RU is an American strain of Nazism, only here "upgraded" to Burgundianism under alt-JFK/Oswald.
 
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The Great Trial: An Omsk Unification Canon
1962-1978

Part Two: 1970-1978


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With the start of the the new decade of the 1970s, Glavkoverkh Dimitry Timofeyevich Yazov began to prepare for a series of new military campaigns and wars to reunify the Russian nation and to begin the Great Trial against the Greater Germanic Reich. In Siberia, the Central Siberian Republic of President Andrei Sakharov and Far Eastern Soviet Republic of Premier Valery Sablin were engaged in a war for the fate of Siberia. Meanwhile, Glavkoverkh Yazov began to prepare for an invasion of the National Republic of Kazakhstan led by the Ukrainian-Kazakhstani fascist dictator Nikolai Nikolayevich Onoprienko, which Kazakhstan being used a springboard for a future invasion of Siberia.

On March 11, 1970, the West Russian Reclamation Government declared war on the National Republic of Kazakhstan, with the armies of infantry and motorized units of the West Russian Black Army advancing at a rapid pace over the steppes of Kazakhstan. On May 10, less then two months after the start of the war, the National Republic of Kazakhstan surrendered to the West Russian Black Army and was annexed into the West Russian Reclamation Government. On June 20, 1970, Onoprienko was executed by the West Russian Black Army. for crimes against the Russian, Kazakh and Polish peoples of Kazakhstan. After over a year of planning and preparation, on July 1, 1971, the West Russian Reclamation Government declared war on the Central Siberian Republic and the Far Eastern Soviet Republic, which were still locked in a bitter war with each other and were left completely unprepared for an invasion from the West Russian Reclamation Government. One month later, on August 1, 1971, the Central Siberian Republic surrendered to the Far Eastern Soviet Republic, with President Sakharov fleeing to the United States of America, leaving only Yazov and Sablin to fight over the re-unification of Russia, and it obvious to all who would win the war. On January 31, 1972, Premier Valery Sablin surrendered his government to the West Russian Black Army, and with that, all of Russia not under the rule of the Greater Germanic Reich was finally re-unified under the rule of now renamed Russian National Reclamation Government and the Russian Black Army.

With the first phase of Russian Reunification complete, it was know time to begin preparing the second phase of Russian Reunification and the Great Trial against the Greater Germanic Reich. After two years of preparation, the perfect opportunity for war came on January 22, 1974, with Führer Martin Bormann died of cancer, leading to a succession crisis in Germania, the rise of Generalleutnant Hans Speidel as interim-Führer, numerous units of Wermacht, which was still recovering from the costly Burgundian War of 1973, refusing to recognize the authority of the government in Germania and the collapse of the Einheitspakt. As a result, on April 1, 1974, Glavkoverkh Yazov decaled a surprise war against the Greater Germanic Reich and launched a massive, infantry, motorized and armored invasion of RK Moskowien, which was also accompanied by numerous small-scale nuclear warhead and biogocial weapons strikes.

With the start of the Third Russo-German War, the German government of Hans Speidel was completely unprepared for a war against a newly resurgent Russia and was horrified by the news of nuclear strikes against German armies and German civilians. Still, the Russian invasion gave the German government and Wehrmacht a renewed resolve to unify around Speidel's government, if only temporary, to fight back against the Russian Black Army. Nevertheless, this would not be enough to defeat the Russian Black Army and their invasion of the Greater Germanic Reich. Internationally, the use of small-scale nuclear warheads and biological weapons alarmed many government, such as the government of the United States of America and President Robert MacNamara.

On May 29, 1974, the Battle of Moscow began, and after weeks of brutal warfare which included brutal hand-to-hand combat, brutal street fighting and the killing of all German civilians in the city, the German garrisons in Moscow finally surrendered to the Russian Black Army on June 26, 1974. All the men of the German garrisons were executed immediately after their surrender, and the Russian Black Army paraded triumphantly through the ruins of the city. Some months later, the Battle of Brauchistadt began on September 15, 1974. The battle ended on December 22, 1974, after a brutal three month-long siege and battle that including all the same brutal fighting and atrocities of the Battle of Moscow, including the immediate execution of the men of the surrendered German garrisons. The next day, the Russian Black Army paraded triumphantly through the newly-rechristened city of Petrograd. By the end of the war, many of the important cities of Moskowien were under Russian occupation. On February 28, 1975, the last German armies in RK Moskowien surrendered to the Russian Black Army, with many officers fleeing westward or commuting suicide to avoid the wrath of the Black Army, with Reichskommissar Walther Wenck committing suicide by gunshot wound one day before the surrender. On the same day as the aforementioned surrender, Glavkoverkh Yazov declaring the annexation and re-incorporation of Muscovy into the Russian National Reclamation Government and announced that the capital would be moved from Omsk back to Moscow by the end of the year. With the conquest of Muscovy, the Russian Black Army begin the invasions of RK Kaukasus, RK Ukraine and RK Ostland, which also saw the use of small nuclear warheads and biological weapons against German soldiers and civilians. By the end of 1975, all of the German Caucasus was under the control of the Russian Black Army, and the invasion of the German Crimea had begun.

As German refuges fled westward from the eastern German colonies and the vengeful armies of the "Russian Black State" and as the Russian Black Army advanced further into Ukraine and Ostland, the German government of Hans Spiedel decided to consider drastic action before the Black Armies of Russia could reach German soil; the use of Germany's nuclear arsenal against Russia. However, this plan was shelved, as the German Wehrmacht began to win several victories in the first months of 1976, leading to a stalemate along the frontlines. Nevertheless, this respite for the Greater German Reich was only temporary, with the men of the German Wehrmacht becoming increasingly demoralized in the face of both Russian Black Army attacks and partisan attacks from behind the frontlines. In June, 1976, Crimea fell the Russian Black Army, Minsk fell on October 10, 1976 and Kiev fell after a months-long battle on on December 20, 1976. On February 21, 1977, the German armies and the government of RK Ostland surrendered to the Russian Black Army, with Reichskommissar Franz Walter Stahlecker being killed by Lithuanian partisans and with the with the Byelorussians, Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians greeting the Russian armies as liberators. The Russian Black Army then began their invasion of Eastern Prussia and Germany proper and the Reichsprotektorat of Poland. On April 30, 1977, the German armies and the government of RK Ukraine surrendered to the Russian Black Army, with Reichskommissar Pieter Schelte Heerema being killed by Russian soldiers and with the Ukrainians greeting the Russian armies as liberators. The Russian Black Army then continued their invasion of the Reichsprotektorat of Poland, which finally surrendered to the Russian Black Army on August 31, 1977, with Riechsprotektor Albert Forster being killed during the Battle of Warsaw and with the Poles greeting the Russian armies as liberators.

With the Russian armies on the borders of Germany, the government of of Hans Spiedel finally decided in was time to go through with the use of nuclear bombs against the Russian Black Army. On September 24, 1977, the Luftwaffe dropped three atomic bombs on the Russian Black Army positions outside of Lwow, Kaunas, Minsk and Kiev, the first atomic bombings since the Japanese atomic bombing of Pearl Harbor. With the German nuclear attacks against the Russian armies, Dimitry Yazov condemned the German government and Hans Spiedel, as did most of the rest of the world, with Yazov promising that retribution would come to the German nation before the end of the war. Unbeknownst to the rest of the world, the Russian National Reclamation Government had been continually working on its nuclear weapons program, with functioning atomic bombs, similar to the one dropped on Pearl Harbor, almost being complete.

The aforementioned atomic bombings proved a major setback to the Russian advances, with a long stalemate occurring along the German border. Finally, at the start of 1978, the Russian military completed its first atomic bombs. On April 20, 1978, a MiG plane of the Russian Black Air Force dropped a 20 kilaton atomic bomb on Germania, killing most of the German government, including Hans Spiedel, and the Wehrmacht high command. Later that day, similar bombs were dropped over Königsberg, Hamburg, Bremmen and Nuremburg. With that, the German armies collapsed in the face of renewed Russian advanced, with more nuclear warheads and biological weapons being used against both the German armies that fought to the death and the German armies that retreated in the face of the Russian onslaught. In Germany, the nation was left without any leadership, with Generalleutnant Heinz-Georg Lemm, the former Reichskommissar of Norway, trying to keep the peace in the area around the ruins of Germania and claiming to be the new leader of Germany, with numerous other generals around the country claiming to be the true leader of Germany and setting up their own warlord states. The Second German Civil War had begun, and an even worse state of chaos and destruction had come to Germany.

As the German nation was collapsing, the Russian Black Army continued to advance into Germany, occupying East Prussia and much of the rest of Eastern Germany, as well as Bohemia and Moravia. On June 6, 1978, Heinz-Georg Lemm offered a ceasefire to the Russian government in Omsk, which Yazov flatly refused, stating that he would not stop the war until the German nation was as destroyed by the Russian armies as the German armies had destroyed Russia in the Great Patriotic War. Shortly thereafter, on June 8, the government of the Russian National Reclamaiton Government gave an ultimatum to the government of the Kingdom of Romania, demanding the handover of Romanian Ukraine to RNRG or else a state of war would exist between the two nations. On June 16, the Romanian government agreed to the demands of the "Russian Black State", not wanting to see such destruction wrought upon Romania, a former ally of Germany. On June 20, the Russian government gave a similar ultimatum giving to the government of the Hungarian State over the annexation of region of Carpathia-Ruthenia, with the Hungarian government agreeing to the demands of the Russian ultimatum on June 25, not wanting to see such destruction wrought upon Hungary, another former ally of Germany.

On September 20, 1978, after months of fighting the fanatical remnants of the German Wehrmacht, the Russian Black Army, equipped with hazmat suits, entered the bombed out ruins of Germania and destroyed any symbols of Nazism still existent in the city and killed any civilians unfortunate to survive the atomic bombing and be stuck in the city. With that, many within Russia felt that revenge had finally been achieved against the hated Greater German Reich. Needless to say, the international reaction to the Great Trial, with the use of nuclear and biological weapons, was one of universally condemnation, with such condemnation coming from US President McNamara, Japanese PM Tagaki, Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro, Indian Prime Minister Gulzarilal Nanda, and many others.

In spite of all the carnage and destruction, all of this was still enough for Glavkoverkh Yazov, who wanted even more destruction to be brought upon the German nation and people. With a stalemate along the frontlines between the Russian Black Army the remnants of the Wehrmacht, many in the Russian Black League, even as fanatical as they had been, were becoming tired of the war, as they felt that the final revenge against Germany had already been achieved with the atomic bombings and the capture of Germania. Still, Yazov wanted to continue on, but this would not come to pass. On the morning of November 8, 1978, the day of Glavkoverkh Yazov's 54th birthday, the supreme commander of the Russian Black State died suddenly of a heart attack in his residence in Omsk, with many hypothesizing that he was poisoned by one of his rivals in the Black League. With that, his designated successor Yuri Ivanovich Drozdov became the new Glavkoverkh of the Russian National Reclamation Government. Shortly thereafter, Glavkoverkh Drozdov purged all of his more fanatical rivals in the Russian Black League and requested a ceasefire from Heinz-Georg Lemm, the de-facto leader of what was left of the German government. The final peace treaty was signed in Tarnopol on December 30, 1978, with Lemm's government recognizing the conquest of the German Reich former Eastern colonies, as well as all Polish territory annexed into Germany in 1939, Bohemia and Moravia, and some of East Prussia, with the Russians agreeing to let the Germans keep Königsberg and most of the Baltic Coast.

After the signing of the Treaty of Tarnopol, with the Second German Civil War becoming a humanitarian crisis, the OFN led by the United States of America under President McNamara launched a military intervention in Germany, a war which ended in 1981 with the establishment of an OFN Mandate in Germany, with the Free Federal Republic of Germany being established under the guidance of the OFN in 1985.

With that, the rest as they say, is history.

THE END
 
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I'm loving these Russian unification stories. I'd be interested to see one where Speer or Goering is the Fuhrer though as I think that would lend to a very different story compared to the collapsing Reich after Bormann's death. Anyway, keep 'em coming!
 
This would have 100% started a world-ending nuclear war. This is the sort of thing you can only pull off with cheatcodes.
Not necessarily, it could at worst be akin to a Indo Pakistani nuclear war. The thing is a regional nuclear war, even with burgundy somehow sets a global nuclear war because they haven't made any content for it yet
 
Not necessarily, it could at worst be akin to a Indo Pakistani nuclear war. The thing is a regional nuclear war, even with burgundy somehow sets a global nuclear war because they haven't made any content for it yet
There doesn't seem to be any mention of Germany using any of it's WMD's, which it absolutely would in that scenario.
 
There doesn't seem to be any mention of Germany using any of it's WMD's, which it absolutely would in that scenario.

With the Russian armies on the borders of Germany, the government of of Hans Spiedel finally decided in was time to go through with the use of nuclear bombs against the Russian Black Army. On September 24, 1977, the Luftwaffe dropped three atomic bombs on the Russian Black Army positions outside of Lwow, Kaunas, Minsk and Kiev, the first atomic bombings since the Japanese atomic bombing of Pearl Harbor.
 
Two questions:
1. How did taking East Prussia (especially with the black league's explicitly genocidal intent) not result in Germany firing off every nuke it has?
2. Why would Yazov establish democracy when in the mod he is generally shown as being extremely disdainful towards it?
I edited the post so that Russia not take all of East Prussia and that Yazov did not establish democracy. I also edited the post to add info about the satellite states of the Russian National State. I also edited the last post to edit some info about post-war Germany.

Not necessarily, it could at worst be akin to a Indo Pakistani nuclear war. The thing is a regional nuclear war, even with burgundy somehow sets a global nuclear war because they haven't made any content for it yet
Pretty much this. It's a small scale nuclear war, as I wanted to see what an Omsk-unified Russia would look like if the world survived after a war with the German Reich, hence why I had Yazov killed off in the second part of the story.

I'm loving these Russian unification stories. I'd be interested to see one where Speer or Goering is the Fuhrer though as I think that would lend to a very different story compared to the collapsing Reich after Bormann's death. Anyway, keep 'em coming!

.Thank You. I might actually post a Georing TNO map soon. Here are some of my future plans for TNO Russian Reunification stories. Which one do you guys want to see me work on first?

Divine Mandate of Siberia (war with Likhachov's Central Siberian Republic and then Yelstin's West Siberian Republic)
Solidarist Vyatka (peaceful re-unification with Ural Military District and war with Kemerovo and Chita)
CMR Komi (peaceful re-unification with Yelstin's West Siberian Republic and war with Yagoda's USSR)
Novosibirsk (peaceful re-unification with Siberian National Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Sverdlovsk/West Siberian Republic (war with Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia and Yagoda's USSR)
Buryatia (war with Balkanized Central Siberia and peaceful unification with Russian Soviet Federative Soviet Republic)
Decembrist Tomsk (war with Divine Mandate of Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Magadan (war with Novosibirsk, Ural Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Chita (war with balkanized Central Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Kemerovo (war with Yagoda's USSR and West Russian Reclamation Government)
Tukhachevsky's WRRF (war with West Siberian Republic and Grand Principality of Central Siberia and Yagoda's USSR)
Siberian Black Army (war with Yagoda's USSR and Russian Republic)
Tyumen (war with Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia and Bastillard Siberia)
People's Revolutionary Council (war with Divine Mandate of Siberia and peaceful unification with Russian Soviet Federative Soviet Republic)
Yagoda's Irkutsk (war with and Grand Principality of Central Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Amur (war with People's Revolutionary Council and Hyperborea)
Hyperborea (war with collapsed Siberian Black League and Central Siberian Republic and Far Eastern Soviet Republic)
Russkiy Reykh (war with collapsed Siberian Black League and Central Siberian Republic and Far Eastern Soviet Republic)
 
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Magadan (war with Novosibirsk, Ural Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
I would be interested to see Magadan under Matkovsky or Petlin.

For Matkovsky, I would like to see relations between a Reform Scorza and Matkovsky, that and we never see diplomacy between Scorza and Russia.

For Petlin, I would like to see him interact with a US president.
 
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chankljp

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Magadan (war with Novosibirsk, Ural Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
If this is going to be Petlin's Magadan, perhaps he might be able to go for a diplomatic reunification with Novosibirsk, as they are both fellow AuthDems? Maybe with the Pokryshkin seeing Petlin as someone that have just the right mix of pragmatism and idealism and willing to give his regime a chance? Plus, perhaps the remnants of Tomsk might be happy that Petlin's government would actually be much more lenient on them, plus glad to see that he is actually someone that is working towards democratization?

As for West Russia under Samara, I would say to make them the cursed path under Oktan. That way Petlin could in many ways redeem himself by having been a fascist until he reformed his views, making this an uplifting TL.
 

chankljp

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Solidarist Vyatka (peaceful re-unification with Ural Military District and Siberian Federation)
These two would be interesting.
It would certainly be interesting to see if Himmler's hopes that a Vyatka under the Solidarist would have just the right mix of competence and reckless aggressiveness that they will end up attacking Germany before they have a chance to properly prepared themselves as well as they could...
 
While, I'm thinking about what Russian unifier to write about next, here is the newspaper that Andrey Sakharov was reading in an event at the start of a Tomsk playthrough.

I'm not a Russian speaker, although I do know a few words, so I had to make this with Google translate. I apologize if there are any errors.

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Has anyone ever done a write-up of a world in the aftermath of the 2nd German Civil War? I feel like there is a lot of room for crazy stuff with Gaddafi in Libya, Germany in chaos, the All-Russian Congress, Italy in chaos, Turkey is in chaos, etc. Would be fun to see someone do a write up of that mess of a world if no one has yet.
 
I want to do a Unification thing for WerBell but my biggest hurdle is I'm not sure what his United States of Russia would look like Post war with Germany.
 
I want to do a Unification thing for WerBell but my biggest hurdle is I'm not sure what his United States of Russia would look like Post war with Germany.
For now I see it as USR WerBell having a choice between focusing on building a nation and giving power to the local population (and eventually even leaving the office of president to retire in the USR) or focusing on merc stuff to get money overseas and not caring about the USR and the locals too much, puting aside nation building and basically destroying Russia from the inside (not intentionally, however). If he goes the former and not the latter route, this nation becames a true free democractic home for Russians regardless if it retakes Moscow or not in the Second West Russian war but also becoming a very America-in-Russia type of culture but with the local Russians now in charge.
 
I edited the post so that Russia not take all of East Prussia and that Yazov did not establish democracy. I also edited the post to add info about the satellite states of the Russian National State. I also edited the last post to edit some info about post-war Germany.


Pretty much this. It's a small scale nuclear war, as I wanted to see what an Omsk-unified Russia would look like if the world survived after a war with the German Reich, hence why I had Yazov killed off in the second part of the story.



.Thank You. I might actually post a Georing TNO map soon. Here are some of my future plans for TNO Russian Reunification stories. Which one do you guys want to see me work on first?

Divine Mandate of Siberia (war with Likhachov's Central Siberian Republic and then Yelstin's West Siberian Republic)
Solidarist Vyatka (peaceful re-unification with Ural Military District and Siberian Federation)
CMR Komi (peaceful re-unification with Yelstin's West Siberian Republic and war with Yagoda's USSR)
Novosibirsk (peaceful re-unification with Siberian National Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Sverdlovsk/West Siberian Republic (war with Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia and Yagoda's USSR)
Buryatia (war with Balkanized Central Siberia and peaceful unification with Russian Soviet Federative Soviet Republic)
Decembrist Tomsk (war with Divine Mandate of Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Magadan (war with Novosibirsk, Ural Republic and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Chita (war with balkanized Central Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
Kemerovo (war with Yagoda's USSR and West Russian Reclamation Government)
Tukhachevsky's WRRF (war with West Siberian Republic and Grand Principality of Central Siberia and Yagoda's USSR)
Siberian Black Army (war with Yagoda's USSR and Russian Republic)
Tyumen (war with Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia and Bastillard Siberia)
People's Revolutionary Council (war with Divine Mandate of Siberia and peaceful unification with Russian Soviet Federative Soviet Republic)
Yagoda's Irkutsk (war with and Grand Principality of Central Siberia and Provisional Commissariat of Western Russia)
My vote is for CMR Komi (my first TNO game).
 
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