Photos of the New Order

Heres a map of a TNO world where Goering won the German Civil War in 1978, before Fall Erikson (the German invasion of Iceland and Greenland)
Fall Dammerung (the German-Japanese War), Fall Venedig (the German invasion of Latin America) and Fall Rockwell and Fall Ikarus (the German-American War), which would lead to World War III and the Nuclear Apocalypse.

This is based on these stories and maps from Reddit, with some minor changes;

https://www.reddit.com/r/TNOmod/comments/cdhzg4
https://www.reddit.com/r/TNOmod/comments/cf919a
https://www.reddit.com/r/TNOmod/comments/cgf94i
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From the same TNO world as the above post;

Greater Germanic Riech of the German Nation

Führer: Hermann Göring
Deputy Führer and Succesor to the Führer: Otto Ernst Remer
Leader of the Militarist Faction: Otto Ernst Remer

List of German Reichskommissariats and Reichskommissars:

Reichskommissariat Ostland (formerly Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus and parts of Russia): Otto-Heinrich Drechsler#
Reichskommissariat Ukriane (Ukraine): Erich Koch and then Pieter Schelte Heerema
Reichskommissariat Kaukasien (Greater Caucasus Region): Paul Pleiger
Reichskommissariat Moskowein (Western Russia): Otto von dem Bach
Reichskommissariat Belgien (Belgium): Sigfried Müller
Reichskommissariat Gallen (Eastern France, formerly Northern France): Heinz Günther Guderian
Reichskommissariat Okzitanien (Monaco): Adolf Heusinger
Reichskommissariat Baskenland (Basque Country): Karl-Theodor Molinari
Reichskommissariat Kastilien (Asturias, formerly Central and Northern Spain): Otto Hitzfeld
Reichskommissariat Galizien (Galicia): Axel von dem Bussche
Reichskommissariat Portugal (Azores and Madeira, formerly Portugal, Azores and Madeira): Alfred Zerbel
Reichskommissariat Andulisien (Gibraltar and the Canary Islands, formerly Andalusia, Gibraltar and the Canary Islands): Harald von Herschfeld
Reichskommissariat Katalonien (Catalonia, Valencia and Balearic Islands): Franz Pöschl
Reichskommissariat Großbritannien (Isle of Mann and Channel Islands, formerly the British Isles and Ireland): Franz Halder and then Eberhard Kinzel
Reichskommissariat Skandinavien (Norway, Sweden and Finland): Heinz-Georg Lemm
Reichskommissariat Slowakien (Slovakia): Friedrich Foertsch#
Reichskommissariat Prinz-Eugenland (Banat): Sepp Janko
Reichskommissariat Balkanhalbinsel (Transylvania, formerly Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Monten egro andAlbania): Leo Hepp
Reichskommissariat Klienasien (Constantinople/Istanbul, formerly Turkey and Thrace): Ulrich de Maizière
Reichskommissariat Nordafrika (Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt): Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte
Reichskommissariat Marrakesch (Former Iberian Northern Africa): Günter Kießling
Reichskommissariat Ghana (Western Africa): Heinz Kessler
Reichskommissariat Ostafrika (Eastern Africa): Hans Hüttig and then Friedrich Foertsch
Reichskommissariat Sudan-Großabbesinia (Sudan and former Italian East Africa): Fritz Bayerlein
Reichskommissariat Zentralafrika (Central Africa): Sigfried Müller and then Alfred Becker
Reichskommissariat Westafrika (Western Africa): Wolfgang Schenck and then Alfred Zerbel
Reichskommissariat Südafrika (Southern Africa): Johann von Kielmansegg
Reichskommissariat Madagaskar (Madagascar): Emil Maurice and then Horst von Oppenfeld
Reichskommissariat Arabien (Palestine, Transjordan and Arabia): Gerhard von Schwerin
Reichskommissariat Persien (Iran, formerly Iran and Iraq): Wolf Graf von Baudissin
Reichskommissariat Syrien (Syria and Iraq, formerly just Syria): Otto von Bülow
Reichskommissariat Turkestan (Central Asia): Eckart Afheldt
Reichskommissariat Baktrien (Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan): Armin Zimmermann
Reichskommissariat Sibirien (Western and Central Siberia): Bern von Baer
Reichskommissariat Fernost (Northern Russian Far East): Theodor Tolsdorff
Reichskommissariat Indien (Indian Subcontinent including Ceylon): Horst Brünner
Russiche Heimat (Southern Russian Far East): Konstantin Ageev

#=Disabdned Reichskommissariats.

List of German Puppet States and Leaders:

Slovak Republic: Alexander Mach
Republic of Brittany: Neven Hénaff (Célestin Lainé)
French State: Pierre Sidos
Italian Social Republic: Roberto Farinacci
Independent State of Croatia: Jure Francetić
Hungarian National Unitarian State: Ferenc Szálasi
Legionary State of Romania: Horia Sima
Serbian National State: Kosta Mušicki
Bulgarian National People's State: Alexander Belev
Hellenic State: Xenophon Giosmas
Albanian Republic: Vangjel Koça
National Republic of Turkey: Gün Sazak
Spanish Falangist State: José Luis de Arrese
Portuguese National State: Kaúlza de Arriaga
Boer-Afrikaner People's Republic: Louis Weichardt
Irish Resurrectionist State: Gearóid Ó Cuinneagáin
National Commonwealth of England: Colin Jordan
Social Republic of Scotland: William Weir Gilmour
Social Republic of Wales: Raymond Davies Hughes
 
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Timeline of the Wars and Conquests of Hermann Göring:

German Civil War: October 27, 1963-November 20, 1964
South African War: November 17, 1963-September 30, 1965

War Plan 0:

Operation Sichelschnitt (German-Dutch War): March 20-April 7, 1966
Operation Moltke (German-Danish War): March 24-March 26, 1966
Fall Augustus (German-Polish War): April 8-April 15, 1966
Operation Fruhling (German-Slovak War): May 4-May 10, 1966
Fall Dreschler (German-Ostland War): June 16-June 29, 1966
Operation Heinrich (German-Moskowien War): July 12-August 2, 1966
Operation Heinrich (German-Kaukasus War): August 8-21, 1966

War Plan A:

Operation Margerethe (German-Hungarian War): September 16-October 15, 1966
Operation Tepes (German-Romanian War): October 22, 1966-April 3, 1967
Operation Peter (German-Serbian War): May 11-May 30, 1967
Operation Simeon (German-Bulgarian War): June 12-July 9, 1967
Operation Tennenbuam (German-Swiss War): August 1, 1967-October 3, 1967

Operation Nordlicht (German-Norwegian War): February 9, 1968-March 15, 1968
Operation Hansa (German-Swedish War): April 22, 1968-June 18, 1968
Operation Lapland (German-Finnish War): July 1-August 15, 1968

Operation SeaLion II (German-British-Irish War): April 12-June 5, 1969
Fall Rot (German-Russian War): March 15, 1970-June 26, 1972

War Plan B:

Operation Gertude (German-Turkish War): May 9, 1971-November 25, 1971
Operation Isabella (German-Iberian War): November 11, 1972, March 31, 1973
Operation Asche (German-Italian War): July 2, 1974-June 20, 1976

War Plan C:

Fall Schwarz (German Burgundian War): September 4-October 20, 1976
Fall Alexander (German invasion of Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, India and Ceylon): April 18, 1977-June 22, 1978
Fall Dammerung (German-Japanese War): August 18, 1978-December 31, 1979
Fall Erikson (German invasion of Iceland and Greenland): September 8-September 19, 1978, June 12, 1979-Setpember 1, 1979
Fall Rockwell/Fall Ikarus (German-American War): September 25, 1978-December 31, 1979
Fall Venedig (German invasion of Venezuela and Colombia): January 30, 1979-December 31, 1979
Fall von Spee (German-Argentine War): November 18, 1979-December 31, 1979
Fall Amazon (German-Brazilian War): November 20, 1979-December 31, 1979
Fall Maximilian (German-Mexican War): December 1-December 31, 1979

World War III (The war that began the Post-Apocalyptic Era): August 18, 1978-December 31, 1979
 
Musashi and Kirishima the centerpiece of naval museum in Nagasaki where both their keels were laid and where they were subsequently constructed. During the war both ships would cross paths when during the battle naval of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu Kirishima would be fired upon by the battleship Washington after Kirishima fired upon the battleship South Dakota.

Musashi which was further away from the group at 28,000 yards would pick up the cries for help from the Kirishima on her radio used her radar guidance system to target and fire upon the Washington in pitch darkness while it was sailing towards the ships. The Washington's armor ended up being completely helpless and insufficient at holding back the 460mm shells of the Musashi as the shell would land hit after hit sealing its fate after a magazine detonation after half an hour of being fired upon by the Superbattleship.

Musashi along with her 4 sister ships would subsequently serve in the Imperial Japanese Navy into the early 90's in which they would be decommissioned and converted to museum ships, with Musashi's appearance being refitted to resemble her WWII era configuration.
 

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The Father: A Divine Mandate of Siberia Unification Canon
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-From The Book of the Father, by an anonymous resident of Olomon, circa 1975-1977.

Introduction

For many years, the lands of north-eastern Siberia, once under the rule of the great nation of Russia and then under the Red Empire of the so-called Soviets, was for years after the fall of the Red Empire and the rise of the Eagle Empire, were little more than desolate and unclaimed virgin lands, with the remote villages and communes of the taiga under the rule of the local town councils or town leaders, ruling themselves according to the principles of communal socialism, direct democracy, traditionalism and the ideas of men such as Tolstoy and Kropotkin. To the south, the Siberian lands of the former Russian Far East, lands of colonized by the Russian nation during the 16th and 17th century from the Asiatic natives, were under the control of a number of different realms under the control of a variety of wicked and misguided rulers, realms and wicked men such as the Pharaoh of Irkutsk, the Serpent of Magadan and the Haman of Amur, and misguided men such as the Simon of Buryatia and the Belshazzar of Chita.

One day, everything changed. In the beginning of the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-four, a man known as The Father (отец/otets) came to prominence within the region of the rural settlement of Omolon, a settlement of less than 800 souls and inhabited mostly by Siberian natives along with some Russian refugees fleeing the wrath of the Eagle Empire from the west and the wicked Siberian tyrants to the south. Some legends say that the Father, whose true name is Alexander Men, was born in what was once the heart of Russia, before it came under the control of the Eagle Empire, to a family of God’s Chosen People who converted to the Christian faith. After the fall of the Red Empire and the collapse of the Russian nation, the man who would become the father wandered the different warring warlord realms of Russia before finally finding his way to the far north of the far east of Siberia. The Father then roamed the land and the towns of the far north-east of Siberia, and over many weeks, the towns and lands of the region fell under the sway by the Father and his Bratsky Soyuz, with these lands forming the core of a new realm, a divine realm, the Divine Mandate of Siberia.

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The Father​

In the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-four, the Russian Far East of Siberia was divided between two other large realms. One of these realms was Magadan, a nation adhering to the false, hateful and cruel doctrines of the New Roman Empire and under the rule of the Snake, who had defeated the more evil realm of the Haman of Amur, a man who worshipped at the altar of the Eagle Empire and their infamous leader, and the misguided Belshazzar of Chita, a distant relation to the final Tsar of the long-gone Russian Empire, as well as the unfortunate nation of the long-oppressed Yakut people, with the leaders of all these realms imprisoned in the dungeons of the snake. The other realm was Irkutsk, a nation adhering to the false, brutal and anti-Christian doctrines of the False Prophet, the men who led the Russian peoples astray in his foundation of the Red Empire, and led by the New Pharaoh and his minions that were once the secret assassins of the Red Empire, who had defeated and imprisoned in his dungeons the Simon of Buryatia, a young man who rebelled against the cruel and evil rule of him and his minions, albeit under the misguided ideals of the False Prophet.

It was in the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty four that the holy wars for the fate of the Russian far east began, and guided by the light of God and his only son, Jesus Christ, the Father was ready to lead his flock into battle for the salvation of the wayward souls of the cold and forbidding eastern lands of the realm of the Rus.
 
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The Admiral, the Pharaoh and the Snake

In the spring of the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-four, on the 16th day of May, the Red realm or Irkutsk under the Phoaroh and the Brown realm of Magadan under the Snake, went to war with each other for the dominance of the Russian Far East and Siberia, the two wicked leaders fighting over their ill-gotten gains. Unbeknownst to them, the Divine Mandate of Siberia led by the Father was preparing for war, and there could only be one realm left to the dominate the Far East of Siberia, and the Father would make sure that that realm was his own holy realm, and not the realms of the wicked and evil or the misguided and apathetic.

Still, before the Father could go to war with the Pharaoh and Snake, who were too distracted in their war with each other and ignorant of the power of the Divine Mandate, there remained one small obstacle to overcome, the fiefdom of the Admiral, once in the service of the navies of the Red Empire who found himself trapped in the Kamkatchka peninsula. On the 20th day of June, the Father led his soldiers of Christ against the despotic fiefdom of the Admiral. After one month and eight days of war, the admiral surrendered his false nation to the father, after which he was allowed to live in peace, provided he took no arms against the government of the Divine Mandate, which he agreed to do.

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The Admiral​

With the admiral having surrendered, it was now time for the Father to bring the sword and the wrath of God to the wicked realms to south. On the 10th of October, the Father led his armies against the wicked realms of the Pharaoh and the Snake. As both realms were much too busy send each other’s men to be killed in battle against one another, they were left completely unprepared for the invasion of the righteous and divine armies of the Father. On All Hallows’ Eve, the Pharaoh and his armies and assassins surrendered to the divine will the Father. Soon afterwards, the Simon of Buryatia, that young sailor of only a quarter-century years old, was freed from the dungeons of the Pharaoh, and in the cathedral of Verkhneudinsk, was given absolution by the father for his good deeds to the people of Buryatia in spite of his atheism and misguided belief in the false prophet. Afterwards, the Simon continued to live in the city, donating his money to charity and helping the common people in any way that he could.

After more and more weeks of bloody and brutal battles in the freezing cold and unforgiving snow and tundra of the Siberian taiga, on the 6th of December, armies of the snake surrendered armies to divine will the Father, with the Snake himself having fled the city of Magadan and disappeared into the wilderness, where he lived a meager life of survival and religious contemplation until his death, as we was allowed to do according to the forgiveness of the Father. With that, the other realms of the Siberian Far East were all defeat at the hands of the men of the Father, and the Divine Mandate of Siberia had finally succeeded in unifying the region, as was according to the will of God.

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The Pharaoh

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The Snake

Interlude

After the wars had ended, on the 29th of December, the Father tried to offer the Pharaoh repentance, but he refused and instead tried to kill the Father with his secretly hidden handgun, only to be stopped by a young child who threw a rock at the head of the elderly Pharaoh, after which the mob of peasants threw more stones at the seventy-three year-old despot, killing him, much to the chagrin of the Father, albeit still happy his live had been saved. In the following year of nineteen-hundred and sixty-five, the Father freed the Belshazzar of Chita from the dungeons of the Snake, met with him and allowed the man who was no more than a prisoner of the White Armies of Chita to return to his true home across the Pacific Ocean, in the far-away and mysterious land of Australia. Afterwards, the Hamman of Amur was brought before the Father in his chains, yet the Hamman spat at the Father and denied him three times. The Father than met privately with Hamman. It is not known what transpired during that discussion, but afterwards, a repentant Hamman walked away a grief-stricken and remorseful man how had been forgiven for his numerous evil acts by the Father. Hamman then lived in obscurity and poverty on the outskirts of his old capital of Zeya, living a live of piety and praying for forgiveness from God for his past hatred and evil actions.

After the wars for the Far East, the Father began consolidating his expanded realms, instituting new laws and reforms which upheld the values of pluralism and religious tolerance, even for those denizens of the divine mandate who were not of the Russian Orthodox Christian faith, and which instituted the ides of the Great Writer of Tolstoy and his ideology of Christian Anarchism, albeit within the framework of the divine state as a form of socialistic Christian communalism on a small-scale in local communities, with some inspiration from the theories of Kropotkin as well. It was also during this time that the Father began to prepare for a new series of holy wars for the reunification and divine purification of Russia. However, one small problem remained, and that problem was the machinations of Pavel, a long time companion of the Father who helped him in his rise to power and who was secretly plotting behind his back. After the Father found out about his duplicity, Pavel, who became known to many as Judas as a result of his actions, was reprimanded by the Father for his two-faced plans, but in the end, the father forgave Judas for his plans against him. Unlike the Judas Iscariot of old, Pavel was still allowed to work with the Father, on the condition that if he plotted against him again there would be more severe punishment.

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Pavel, the once Judas

The Solomon of the Central Republic

The next realm that the Father was planning to conquer was the Central Siberian Republic, led by the Solomon of the Central Republic, a medievalist, linguist, scholar and writer from the old city of Petrograd, now under the evil claws of the Germanic Eagle. Solomon was not a bad man, but rather a misguided man who ruled over an impressive republic not unlike the ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judea, a realm of scholars, learners, scientists, artists and musicians, but still a realm of atheistic, bourgeois, corrupt and cynical elitism that cared much more about the needs of the intellectual elite of the republic then the needs and wants of the average people who were far removed from the ivory towers of the elite. Thus, such a state needed to be shown the light of God, even if by righteous force for the greater good.

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Solomon​

On the last day of May in the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-nine, the Father declared a holy war on the Central Republic, and their leader Solomon was not surprised by this new war for the fate of Siberia and Eastern Russia. Still, the armies of Solomon could not stop the advance of the divine armies of God. Over a month after the war began, the capital of Tomsk fell to the divine armies, after which the government of the Central Republic fled to the west to the city of Krasnoyarsk. Weeks later, on the 26th day of September, not long after the fall of the cities of Kemerovo and Krasnoyarsk, the Central Republic surrendered to the Divine Mandate of Siberia. That same day, the Father meet with Solomon in Krasnoyarsk, had an amicable discussion and came to an agreement that Solomon, his colleagues and all their followers would be allowed to live in peace in the city of Tomsk so long as they took no action against the Divine Mandate. It was also agreed that the Four Salons that once governed the republic would be allowed to exist as private institutions that worked for the scientific and cultural benefit of the Divine Mandate and its people.

The Red King of Kazakhstan

In the west of Russia, the Caesar of the Urals, a well-meaning yet misguided republican leader, was locked in a desperate war with the Red Goliath of Western Russia, a former general in the armies of the Red Empire and a harsh tyrant who ruled according to the teachings of the false prophet. While this war continued, the Father was planning for a new war against the atheistic and dictatorial realm to his south, Kazakhstan, led by the Red King, another former general in the army of the Red Empire, who ruled his realm with an iron fist according to the teachings of the false prophet.

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The Red Goliath

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The Red King​

On the 19th day of December, the Father declared another holy war against the false red realm of the downtrodden people of Kazakhstan. The red armies of the Kazakh warlord, long tired by years of unending war, were no match for the divinely inspired and righteous armies of the mandate and their Father. Less than a month after the war began, on the 15th day of January in the new year of nineteen-hundred and seventy, the red kingdom collapsed and surrendered to the Father’s will. One week later, the father celebrated his thirty-fifth birthday and year of life, and this was the perfect gift for such an occasion. Meanwhile, the Kazakh people, who mostly followed the religion of Islam, were allowed to practice to their faith in peace, whereas their religion and all others were persecuted under the rule of Red King and the followers of the false prophet. After being held in captivity for several weeks, the Red King of Kazakhstan was given absolution by the father and was allowed to live in peace in his native land so long as he did not rise up against the Divine Mandate, which he agreed to do.

The Caesar of the Western Republic

In the year of nineteen-hundred and seventy, only two realms remained to contest the control of the free lands of the Russian nation, the Divine Mandate of Siberia and the West Russian Federative Republic led by the Caesar of the Western Republic. Caesar was a well-meaning leader and was not a bad man, but he was nevertheless a drunkard and a spiritually misguided and naïve leader who ruled over a corrupt and flawed republic. The Father knew that only one realm could rule over the free lands of Russia, and he knew that it was God’s will that the Divine Mandate rule over all of Russia. As a result, the Father began planning for war against the Western Republic for the following year.

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Caesar​

On the 12th day of May of the year of nineteen-hundred and seventy-one, the Father declared war on the corrupt and spiritually wayward realm of the drunkard Caesar. weeks later, the capital city of Sverdlovsk fled to the west to the city of Vyatka and then to Arkhangelsk. Two months later, on the 25th day of July, outside the city of Arkhangelsk, Caesar surrendered his republic to the Divine Mandate. On that same day, the re-unification of all the free lands of the nation of Russia was proclaimed over the radio waves from the Father’s capital of Olomon, and the Divine Mandate of Russia was born through the will of God and his only son Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Soon afterwards, Caesar meet with the Father in his old capital of Sverdlovsk, now renamed to its old name of Yekaterinburg. Much like with Solomon, another republican leader, the two men had an amicable discussion and came to an agreement that Caesar and his followers would be allowed to live in peace in the city of Yekaterinburg so long as they took no action against the Divine Mandate. The Caesar accepted, and soon afterwards decided to leave Russia for a life in exile in the Great Republic, a free land, but a land full of men who were led astray by the lure of mammon and way from the light of God.

The Herod of Muscovy

In the years after the Divine Mandate had unified the free lands of Russia, and the Divine Mandate of Russia stood proudly as a new rising power against the Eagle Empire, the Eastern Empire and the Great Republic. Nevertheless, the Father knew that his work was not yet done, as the former heart of the once great Russian nation were still under the rule of the evil, wicked and villainous Eagle Empire, an empire which brutalized and oppressed so many of its denizens, with the people of Rus suffering under the cruel jackboot of their heathen Germanic overlords. In the lands of Muscovy, ruled over by the Eagle Empire, the lands not ruled over by the Germanic invaders were ruled by the Herod of Muscovy, a suzerain of the Eagle Empire who kept his ill-gotten lands as a part of the Eagle Empire in exchange for him remaining in power and preferential treatment for the Germanic invaders.

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Herod​

After the death of the Nebuchadnezzar of the Eagle Empire in nineteen-hundred and sixty-three, the empire began to fell apart and was fought over by four of the wicked leaders’ followers, the Bald Man, the Fat Man, the Architect and the Butcher. In the end, the Bald Man won the struggle and became the new leader of the Eagle Empire, after which he rebuilt the power of the evil empire and took back over their colonies in the east of Europe. In the months after the reunification of Russia, the Bald Man was dying from an incurable disease. Finally, on the last day of June in the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and seventy-three, the Bald Man finally died of his incurable disease, and he was succeeded as leader of the Eagle Empire by the Old Admiral, an old admiral in the navies of the empire who was an old, weak and feeble man who could not hope to lead the crumbling empire. Thus, the evil empire began to collapse, and as the empire was collapsing, Herod declared his realm as independent from the rest of the Eagle Empire.

Not long afterwards, on the first day of August, on the orders of the Father, the holy armies of the Divine Mandate of Russia, an army consisting of mostly infantry and cavalry, but still incredibly brave and ready to fight to the death for their righteous cause, launched a surprise invasion of Herod's realm of Muscovy, as well as the Germanic realms of Russia ruled by the evil warlord known as the Spectacled One, another suzerain of the Eagle Empire. This was a new Holy War for the final re-unification and spiritual purification of the Russian nation, a war that would cleanse the evils of the Eagle Empire from the Russian nation once and for all. With the Eagle Empire distracted at home, there was nothing they could do about the holy armies of the Father, even in regards to the Spectacled One, whose realms were officially still a part of the Eagle Empire.

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The Spectacled One​

Within just a few months, the divine Russian armies of the Father were at the gates of Moscow and Petrograd, the latter city under a new Germanic name. After more weeks of intently brutal and heated battle, the old Russian capital of Moscow fell before the light of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the armies of the Divine Mandate of Russia. Much to the shock of the surprised Germans, the soldiers of the divine mandate showed immense restraint, as it was the command of the Father to not hate thine enemies the way to do to you, as doing so would be an affront to the ways of Christ. A few weeks latter, Petrograd fell the divine armies as well. By the end of the month of November, the rest of Herod's wicked realm and the Germanic realms had fallen before the might of the divine armies of the new and holy Russian nation. Some time before the fall of the newly christened city of Volgograd, the Spectacled One died in battle, while Herod was murdered near the border of the remaining eastern lands of the Eagle Empire, perhaps by angry Russian partisans. Afterwards, with the Eagle Empire's colony of the Caucasus in chaos, with the revolt of numerous native nations against their oppressors', the newly-christened Divine Russian Army marched southwards to invade and conquer the ethnically Russian lands of the Caucasus, and then the Eagle Empire's holding of the Crimea, with both lands falling in a matter of months, with the Eagle Empire helpless to stop the divine will of God against their wicked and insipid evil.

By the end of the year, the final re-unification of the Divine Mandate of Russia was complete, leading to euphotic celebrations and religious services across the newly reunited nation. In his new capital of Moscow, the Father proclaimed a new era for the Russian nation, guided by the light and goodness of God and against the evil and darkness of Satan and his minions on Earth. Shortly afterwards, the justice of God was brought upon the Eagle Empire, as the long-oppressed Ukrainian, Polish, Byelorussian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian and Czech peoples rose up in revolt against their cruel masters. Within just a few years, thee long beleaguered peoples would finally find their freedom, and the Eagle Empire, an empire of the agents of Satan on Earth, was but a shadow of its former self.

In the Divine Mandate of Russia, a new era in the history of the nation has begun, with all of her citizens, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, creed, class or occupation, looking forward to a new era bathing in the brightness of the glow of the light of God and all that is good in the world.

Footnote: Since the publication of this contemporary account of the re-unification of Russia, the Divine Mandate of Russia has become an impressive world power in its own right. However, unlike other world powers, the Divine Mandate of Russia maintained a strict neutrality in foreign affairs and renounced most forms of militarism, re-forming the Divine Russian Army into the all-volunteer Divine Russian Defense Force. The new Russian nation also stayed away from many of the activities of the other superpowers, such as the development of a Space Program and the development of Nuclear weapons. Over the years, the Russia nation became overwhelmingly agricultural, with major cities smaller than they were in the 1930s, with urbanization seen as a byproduct of the Soviet regime and with many Russian citizens proffering to live in autonomous rural towns, villages, hamlets and communes, many of which are run according to the principles of Leo Tolstoy's Christian Anarchism. In regards to societal issues, alcoholism also declined, with most Russians preferring to drink in moderation, seeing excessive drinking as a potentially mortal sin. Russia has also evolved into a nation where most citizens are able to provide for themselves and are reasonably well-off, but where almost no one is rich or wealthy. With the strong sense of community inspired by the Russian Orthodox Church, the autonomous communities and the strong sense of Christian Communalism, the Divine Mandate of Russia is arguably the closest thing to a truly Socialist nation and society, and ironically, even more so than the old Soviet Union. Religious and ethnic tolerance is also highly emphasized in Russian society, with the non-Russian ethnicities of Russia equal under the law and free to practice their own religions, be it Judaism, Islam, Buddhism or Shamanism.

After the death of Father Alexander Men at the age of 74, after forty-five years of rule on November 30, 2009, the Divine Mandate of Russia was reformed into the People's Republic of Russia, a democratic nation based on the principles of the Russian Orthodox faith, with Russian Orthodoxy as the state religion and with strict laws for religious tolerance, and the de-centralization of government, with the local oblasts, cities, towns, villages and autonomous ethnic republics having many local powers that the central government in Moscow does not have. The main political parties of the People's Republic of Russia are the Tolstoyist Christian Anarchist Party, the Social Democratic Party, the Menist People's Party, the Conservative People's Party, the Centrist Party, the Old Beliver's Party and the Kropotkinist Party. The People's Republic of Russia also continues to maintain a strict neutrality in foreign affairs, and helps to mediate many conflicts that occur across the globe.

Overall, with the legacy of the Father Alexander Men, the future of the People's Republic of Russia continues to looks to be very promising not just for Russia, but perhaps also for the world at large.

THE END
 
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The Admiral, the Pharaoh and the Snake

In the spring of the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-four, on the 16th day of May, the Red realm or Irkutsk under the Phoaroh and the Brown realm of Magadan under the Snake, went to war with each other for the dominance of the Russian Far East and Siberia, the two wicked leaders fighting over their ill-gotten gains. Unbeknownst to them, the Divine Mandate of Siberia led by the Father was preparing for war, and there could only be one realm left to the dominate the Far East of Siberia, and the Father would make sure that that realm was his own holy realm, and not the realms of the wicked and evil or the misguided and apathetic.

Still, before the Father could go to war with the Pharaoh and Snake, who were too distracted in their war with each other and ignorant of the power of the Divine Mandate, there remained one small obstacle to overcome, the fiefdom of the Admiral, once in the service of the navies of the Red Empire who found himself trapped in the Kamkatchka peninsula. On the 20th day of June, the Father led his soldiers of Christ against the despotic fiefdom of the Admiral. After one month and eight days of war, the admiral surrendered his false nation to the father, after which he was allowed to live in peace, provided he took no arms against the government of the Divine Mandate, which he agreed to do.

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The Admiral​

With the admiral having surrendered, it was now time for the Father to bring the sword and the wrath of God to the wicked realms to south. On the 10th of October, the Father led his armies against the wicked realms of the Pharaoh and the Snake. As both realms were much too busy send each other’s men to be killed in battle against one another, they were left completely unprepared for the invasion of the righteous and divine armies of the Father. On All Hallows’ Eve, the Pharaoh and his armies and assassins surrendered to the divine will the Father. Soon afterwards, the Simon of Buryatia, that young sailor of only a quarter-century years old, was freed from the dungeons of the Pharaoh, and in the cathedral of Verkhneudinsk, was given absolution by the father for his good deeds to the people of Buryatia in spite of his atheism and misguided belief in the false prophet. Afterwards, the Simon continued to live in the city, donating his money to charity and helping the common people in any way that he could.

After more and more weeks of bloody and brutal battles in the freezing cold and unforgiving snow and tundra of the Siberian taiga, on the 6th of December, armies of the snake surrendered armies to divine will the Father, with the Snake himself having fled the city of Magadan and disappeared into the wilderness, where he lived a meager life of survival and religious contemplation until his death, as we was allowed to do according to the forgiveness of the Father. With that, the other realms of the Siberian Far East were all defeat at the hands of the men of the Father, and the Divine Mandate of Siberia had finally succeeded in unifying the region, as was according to the will of God.

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The Pharaoh

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The Snake

Interlude

After the wars had ended, on the 29th of December, the Father tried to offer the Pharaoh repentance, but he refused and instead tried to kill the Father with his secretly hidden handgun, only to be stopped by a young child who threw a rock at the head of the elderly Pharaoh, after which the mob of peasants threw more stones at the seventy-three year-old despot, killing him, much to the chagrin of the Father, albeit still happy his live had been saved. In the following year of nineteen-hundred and sixty-five, the Father freed the Belshazzar of Chita from the dungeons of the Snake, met with him and allowed the man who was no more than a prisoner of the White Armies of Chita to return to his true home across the Pacific Ocean, in the far-away and mysterious land of Australia. Afterwards, the Hamman of Amur was brought before the Father in his chains, yet the Hamman spat at the Father and denied him three times. The Father than met privately with Hamman. It is not known what transpired during that discussion, but afterwards, a repentant Hamman walked away a grief-stricken and remorseful man how had been forgiven for his numerous evil acts by the Father. Hamman then lived in obscurity and poverty on the outskirts of his old capital of Zeya, living a live of piety and praying for forgiveness from God for his past hatred and evil actions.

After the wars for the Far East, the Father began consolidating his expanded realms, instituting new laws and reforms which upheld the values of pluralism and religious tolerance, even for those denizens of the divine mandate who were not of the Russian Orthodox Christian faith, and which instituted the ides of the Great Writer of Tolstoy and his ideology of Christian Anarchism, albeit within the framework of the divine state as a form of socialistic Christian communalism on a small-scale in local communities, with some inspiration from the theories of Kropotkin as well. It was also during this time that the Father began to prepare for a new series of holy wars for the reunification and divine purification of Russia. However, one small problem remained, and that problem was the machinations of Pavel, a long time companion of the Father who helped him in his rise to power and who was secretly plotting behind his back. After the Father found out about his duplicity, Pavel, who became known to many as Judas as a result of his actions, was reprimanded by the Father for his two-faced plans, but in the end, the father forgave Judas for his plans against him. Unlike the Judas Iscariot of old, Pavel was still allowed to work with the Father, on the condition that if he plotted against him again there would be more severe punishment.

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Pavel, the once Judas

The Solomon of the Central Republic

The next realm that the Father was planning to conquer was the Central Siberian Republic, led by the Solomon of the Central Republic, a medievalist, linguist, scholar and writer from the old city of Petrograd, now under the evil claws of the Germanic Eagle. Solomon was not a bad man, but rather a misguided man who ruled over an impressive republic not unlike the ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judea, a realm of scholars, learners, scientists, artists and musicians, but still a realm of atheistic, bourgeois, corrupt and cynical elitism that cared much more about the needs of the intellectual elite of the republic then the needs and wants of the average people who were far removed from the ivory towers of the elite. Thus, such a state needed to be shown the light of God, even if by righteous force for the greater good.


On the last day of May in the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and sixty-nine, the Father declared a holy war on the Central Republic, and their leader Solomon was not surprised by this new war for the fate of Siberia and Eastern Russia. Still, the armies of Solomon could not stop the advance of the divine armies of God. Over a month after the war began, the capital of Tomsk fell to the divine armies, after which the government of the Central Republic fled to the west to the city of Krasnoyarsk. Weeks later, on the 26th day of September, not long after the fall of the cities of Kemerovo and Krasnoyarsk, the Central Republic surrendered to the Divine Mandate of Siberia. That same day, the Father meet with Solomon in Krasnoyarsk, had an amicable discussion and came to an agreement that Solomon, his colleagues and all their followers would be allowed to live in peace in the city of Tomsk so long as they took no action against the Divine Mandate. It was also agreed that the Four Salons that once governed the republic would be allowed to exist as private institutions that worked for the scientific and cultural benefit of the Divine Mandate and its people.

The Red King of Kazakhstan

In the west of Russia, the Caesar of the Urals, a well-meaning yet misguided republican leader, was locked in a desperate war with the Red Goliath of Western Russia, a former general in the armies of the Red Empire and a harsh tyrant who ruled according to the teachings of the false prophet. While this war continued, the Father was planning for a new war against the atheistic and dictatorial realm to his south, Kazakhstan, led by the Red King, another former general in the army of the Red Empire, who ruled his realm with an iron fist according to the teachings of the false prophet.

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The Red Goliath

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The Red King​

On the 19th day of December, the Father declared another holy war against the false red realm of the downtrodden people of Kazakhstan. The red armies of the Kazakh warlord, long tired by years of unending war, were no match for the divinely inspired and righteous armies of the mandate and their Father. Less than a month after the war began, on the 15th day of January in the new year of nineteen-hundred and seventy, the red kingdom collapsed and surrendered to the Father’s will. One week later, the father celebrated his thirty-fifth birthday and year of life, and this was the perfect gift for such an occasion. Meanwhile, the Kazakh people, who mostly followed the religion of Islam, were allowed to practice to their faith in peace, whereas their religion and all others were persecuted under the rule of Red King and the followers of the false prophet. After being held in captivity for several weeks, the Red King of Kazakhstan was given absolution by the father and was allowed to live in peace in his native land so long as he did not rise up against the Divine Mandate, which he agreed to do.

The Caesar of the Western Republic

In the year of nineteen-hundred and seventy, only two realms remained to contest the control of the free lands of the Russian nation, the Divine Mandate of Siberia and the West Russian Federative Republic led by the Caesar of the Western Republic. Caesar was a well-meaning leader and was not a bad man, but he was nevertheless a drunkard and a spiritually misguided and naïve leader who ruled over a corrupt and flawed republic. The Father knew that only one realm could rule over the free lands of Russia, and he knew that it was God’s will that the Divine Mandate rule over all of Russia. As a result, the Father began planning for war against the Western Republic for the following year.


On the 12th day of May of the year of nineteen-hundred and seventy-one, the Father declared war on the corrupt and spiritually wayward realm of the drunkard Caesar. weeks later, the capital city of Sverdlovsk fled to the west to the city of Vyatka and then to Arkhangelsk. Two months later, on the 25th day of July, outside the city of Arkhangelsk, Caesar surrendered his republic to the Divine Mandate. On that same day, the re-unification of all the free lands of the nation of Russia was proclaimed over the radio waves from the Father’s capital of Olomon, and the Divine Mandate of Russia was born through the will of God and his only son Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Soon afterwards, Caesar meet with the Father in his old capital of Sverdlovsk, now renamed to its old name of Yekaterinburg. Much like with Solomon, another republican leader, the two men had an amicable discussion and came to an agreement that Caesar and his followers would be allowed to live in peace in the city of Yekaterinburg so long as they took no action against the Divine Mandate. The Caesar accepted, and soon afterwards decided to leave Russia for a life in exile in the Great Republic, a free land, but a land full of men who were led astray by the lure of mammon and way from the light of God.

The Herod of Muscovy

In the years after the Divine Mandate had unified the free lands of Russia, and the Divine Mandate of Russia stood proudly as a new rising power against the Eagle Empire, the Eastern Empire and the Great Republic. Nevertheless, the Father knew that his work was not yet done, as the former heart of the once great Russian nation were still under the rule of the evil, wicked and villainous Eagle Empire, an empire which brutalized and oppressed so many of its denizens, with the people of Rus suffering under the cruel jackboot of their heathen Germanic overlords. In the lands of Muscovy, ruled over by the Eagle Empire, the lands not ruled over by the Germanic invaders were ruled by the Herod of Muscovy, a suzerain of the Eagle Empire who kept his ill-gotten lands as a part of the Eagle Empire in exchange for him remaining in power and preferential treatment for the Germanic invaders.


After the death of the Nebuchadnezzar of the Eagle Empire in nineteen-hundred and sixty-three, the empire began to fell apart and was fought over by four of the wicked leaders’ followers, the Bald Man, the Fat Man, the Architect and the Butcher. In the end, the Bald Man won the struggle and became the new leader of the Eagle Empire, after which he rebuilt the power of the evil empire and took back over their colonies in the east of Europe. In the months after the reunification of Russia, the Bald Man was dying from an incurable disease. Finally, on the last day of June in the year of our lord nineteen-hundred and seventy-three, the Bald Man finally died of his incurable disease, and he was succeeded as leader of the Eagle Empire by the Old Admiral, an old admiral in the navies of the empire who was an old, weak and feeble man who could not hope to lead the crumbling empire. Thus, the evil empire began to collapse, and as the empire was collapsing, Herod declared his realm as independent from the rest of the Eagle Empire.

Not long afterwards, on the first day of August, on the orders of the Father, the holy armies of the Divine Mandate of Russia, an army consisting of mostly infantry and cavalry, but still incredibly brave and ready to fight to the death for their righteous cause, launched a surprise invasion of Herod's realm of Muscovy, as well as the Germanic realms of Russia ruled by the evil warlord known as the Spectacled One, another suzerain of the Eagle Empire. This was a new Holy War for the final re-unification and spiritual purification of the Russian nation, a war that would cleanse the evils of the Eagle Empire from the Russian nation once and for all. With the Eagle Empire distracted at home, there was nothing they could do about the holy armies of the Father, even in regards to the Spectacled One, whose realms were officially still a part of the Eagle Empire.

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The Spectacled One​

Within just a few months, the divine Russian armies of the Father were at the gates of Moscow and Petrograd, the latter city under a new Germanic name. After more weeks of intently brutal and heated battle, the old Russian capital of Moscow fell before the light of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the armies of the Divine Mandate of Russia. Much to the shock of the surprised Germans, the soldiers of the divine mandate showed immense restraint, as it was the command of the Father to not hate thine enemies the way to do to you, as doing so would be an affront to the ways of Christ. A few weeks latter, Petrograd fell the divine armies as well. By the end of the month of November, the rest of Herod's wicked realm and the Germanic realms had fallen before the might of the divine armies of the new and holy Russian nation. Some time before the fall of the newly christened city of Volgograd, the Spectacled One died in battle, while Herod was murdered near the border of the remaining eastern lands of the Eagle Empire, perhaps by angry Russian partisans. Afterwards, with the Eagle Empire's colony of the Caucasus in chaos, with the revolt of numerous native nations against their oppressors', the newly-christened Divine Russian Army marched southwards to invade and conquer the ethnically Russian lands of the Caucasus, and then the Eagle Empire's holding of the Crimea, with both lands falling in a matter of months, with the Eagle Empire helpless to stop the divine will of God against their wicked and insipid evil.

By the end of the year, the final re-unification of the Divine Mandate of Russia was complete, leading to euphotic celebrations and religious services across the newly reunited nation. In his new capital of Moscow, the Father proclaimed a new era for the Russian nation, guided by the light and goodness of God and against the evil and darkness of Satan and his minions on Earth. Shortly afterwards, the justice of God was brought upon the Eagle Empire, as the long-oppressed Ukrainian, Polish, Byelorussian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian and Czech peoples rose up in revolt against their cruel masters. Within just a few years, thee long beleaguered peoples would finally find their freedom, and the Eagle Empire, an empire of the agents of Satan on Earth, was but a shadow of its former self.

In the Divine Mandate of Russia, a new era in the history of the nation has begun, with all of her citizens, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, creed, class or occupation, looking forward to a new era bathing in the brightness of the glow of the light of God and all that is good in the world.

Footnote: Since the publication of this contemporary account of the re-unification of Russia, the Divine Mandate of Russia has become an impressive world power in its own right. However, unlike other world powers, the Divine Mandate of Russia maintained a strict neutrality in foreign affairs and renounced most forms of militarism, re-forming the Divine Russian Army into the all-volunteer Divine Russian Defense Force. The new Russian nation also stayed away from many of the activities of the other superpowers, such as the development of a Space Program and the development of Nuclear weapons. Over the years, the Russia nation became overwhelmingly agricultural, with major cities smaller than they were in the 1930s, with urbanization seen as a byproduct of the Soviet regime and with many Russian citizens proffering to live in autonomous rural towns, villages, hamlets and communes, many of which are run according to the principles of Leo Tolstoy's Christian Anarchism. In regards to societal issues, alcoholism also declined, with most Russians preferring to drink in moderation, seeing excessive drinking as a potentially mortal sin. Russia has also evolved into a nation where most citizens are able to provide for themselves and are reasonably well-off, but where almost no one is rich or wealthy. With the strong sense of community inspired by the Russian Orthodox Church, the autonomous communities and the strong sense of Christian Communalism, the Divine Mandate of Russia is arguably the closest thing to a truly Socialist nation and society, and ironically, even more so than the old Soviet Union. Religious and ethnic tolerance is also highly emphasized in Russian society, with the non-Russian ethnicities of Russia equal under the law and free to practice their own religions, be it Judaism, Islam, Buddhism or Shamanism.

After the death of Father Alexander Men at the age of 74, after forty-five years of rule on November 30, 2009, the Divine Mandate of Russia was reformed into the People's Republic of Russia, a democratic nation based on the principles of the Russian Orthodox faith, with Russian Orthodoxy as the state religion and with strict laws for religious tolerance, and the de-centralization of government, with the local oblasts, cities, towns, villages and autonomous ethnic republics having many local powers that the central government in Moscow does not have. The main political parties of the People's Republic of Russia are the Tolstoyist Christian Anarchist Party, the Social Democratic Party, the Menist People's Party, the Conservative People's Party, the Centrist Party, the Old Beliver's Party and the Kropotkinist Party. The People's Republic of Russia also continues to maintain a strict neutrality in foreign affairs, and helps to mediate many conflicts that occur across the globe.

Overall, with the legacy of the Father Alexander Men, the future of the People's Republic of Russia continues to looks to be very promising not just for Russia, but perhaps also for the world at large.

THE END
whoa, that's kinda based.
 
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I had some ideas about how some films would be made in TNO and what contexts they would be in, assuming that they largely mirror their OTL counterparts (in subjext matter if nothing else). Let me know what you guys think of what I've done with these three examples.


BRITISH FILMS OF THE NEW ORDER

Having been one of the few countries to successfully break free from the Reich's grasp during the uncertain years of the German Civil War, British cinema experienced a revival unseen prior to the occupation, with a select few daring to make the occupation itself part of its subject matter.

It Happened Here: The Story of Hitler's England

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Released in 1966, a mere two years after the conclusion of HMMLR victory in the English Civil War, It Happened Here is a documentary film that chronicles the tumultuous period of British occupation under Nazi Germany. Consisting of interviews with British locals, former German soldiers, resistance fighters, all intertwined with stock footage of historical events (most infamously, an unedited seven minute speech of British fascist Colin Jordan overlaid with footage of liberated concentration camps and German/collaborator war crimes), the movie seeks to be unflinching in its portrayal of Nazi governance. The film went on to become critically acclaimed and to this day is still used in classroom settings to teach students of the dangers of fascism.

(Closest OTL equivalent: Shoah)

The 120 Days of Sodom

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(a still image from the film, where the corrupt libertines examine their chosen victims)

The transgressive 1975 The 120 Days of Sodom is set during the last days of the English Civil War and end of Nazi governance. An adaptation of the Marquise de Sade book of the same name, the film uses disturbing and graphic imagery to explore themes of fascism, immorality, and political corruption. In the film, four wealthy fascist libertines kidnap eighteen teenagers and lock them in a mansion for four months, torturing and sexually assaulting the youth at will. They are aided by local collaborators and four prostitutes whom they have brought along to join them in their immoral pursuits. Incredibly controversial upon release, 120 Days remains divisive between critics and filmgoers alike, and has been banned in multiple countries (unsurprisingly, the Reich and various other fascist nations on the European continent were the most vociferous in their condemnation).

(Note: Largely unchanged from its OTL counterpart)

Henry Hamilton

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(still image of the film's villain protagonist, the titular Henry, arresting members of the English resistance)

Released in 1974, Henry Hamilton centers around a teenaged British collaborator in the middle of the English Civil War. The young boy finds his loyalties conflicted upon getting into a relationship with a Jewish girl, and becomes cornered as his affiliation with the collaborators marks him for death. The film was generally critically acclaimed, with particular praise given towards up and coming actor Peter Bowers who played Henry.

(OTL counterpart: Lacombe, Lucien)
 
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I had some ideas about how some films would be made in TNO and what contexts they would be in, assuming that they largely mirror their OTL counterparts (in subjext matter if nothing else). Let me know what you guys think of what I've done with these three examples.


BRITISH FILMS OF THE NEW ORDER

Having been one of the few countries to successfully break free from the Reich's grasp during the uncertain years of the German Civil War, British cinema experienced a revival unseen prior to the occupation, with a select few daring to make the occupation itself part of its subject matter.

It Happened Here: The Story of Hitler's England

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Released in 1966, a mere two years after the conclusion of HMMLR victory in the English Civil War, It Happened Here is a documentary film that chronicles the tumultuous period of British occupation under Nazi Germany. Consisting of interviews with British locals, former German soldiers, resistance fighters, all intertwined with stock footage of historical events (most infamously, an unedited seven minute speech of British fascist Colin Jordan overlaid with footage of liberated concentration camps and German/collaborator war crimes), the movie seeks to be unflinching in its portrayal of Nazi governance. The film went on to become critically acclaimed and to this day is still used in classroom settings to teach students of the dangers of fascism.

(Closest OTL equivalent: Shoah)

The 120 Days of Sodom

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(a still image from the film, where the corrupt libertines examine their chosen victims)

The transgressive 1975 The 120 Days of Sodom is set during the last days of the English Civil War and end of Nazi governance. An adaptation of the Marquise de Sade book of the same name, the film uses disturbing and graphic imagery to explore themes of fascism, immorality, and political corruption. In the film, four wealthy fascist libertines kidnap eighteen teenagers and lock them in a mansion for four months, torturing and sexually assaulting the youth at will. They are aided by local collaborators and four prostitutes whom they have brought along to join them in their immoral pursuits. Incredibly controversial upon release, 120 Days remains divisive between critics and filmgoers alike, and has been banned in multiple countries (unsurprisingly, the Reich and various other fascist nations on the European continent were the most vociferous in their condemnation).

(Note: Largely unchanged from its OTL counterpart)

Henry Hamilton

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(still image of the film's villain protagonist, the titular Henry, arresting members of the English resistance)

Released in 1974, Henry Hamilton centers around a teenaged British collaborator in the middle of the English Civil War. The young boy finds his loyalties conflicted upon getting into a relationship with a Jewish girl, and becomes cornered as his affiliation with the collaborators marks him for death. The film was generally critically acclaimed, with particular praise given towards up and coming actor Peter Bowers who played Henry.

(OTL counterpart: Lacombe, Lucien)
As an England writer i rather like them.
 
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Then-Senator Richard Nixon having a chat with future R-D presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower.

After President Dewey announced his intention not to run for a second term, the newly-formed Republican-Democrat Party soon found a popular candidate in the form of former General Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was well-regarded for his actions in Britain during WW2. Though Nixon was Ike's favored candidate for the Vice Presidency, the recent merge of the two parties forced him to choose the Democrat Adlai Stevenson as his VP, much to Dick and Ike's private chagrin. Though the two men remained friends and Nixon would support many of Ike's policies throughout his presidency, being snubbed from the Vice Presidency left a bitter resentment towards the Democrats. This resentment would only grow in the years leading up to his own presidency, as many Dems found Nixon to be increasingly hard to work with, and he would often get into verbal arguments with many of his more liberal colleagues.
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Richard Nixon shaking hands with his VP pick, John F. Kennedy, shortly after making his acceptance speech at the 1960 R-D Convention.

While Tricky Dick would find better luck in 1960, his dour behavior and lacking charisma would force him to pick John F. Kennedy as his VP. Though the two men weren't exactly fond of one another, and Richard would come to blows with John quite a few times in the year following the 1960 election, the two were able to put that aside for the campaign. This came to great effect, as the Nixon-Kennedy ticket managed to win the biggest landslide in American history, though this was largely due to the lack of any real opposition. Unfortunately for Dick, his presidency would not go as smoothly as his election campaign.
 
I had some ideas about how some films would be made in TNO and what contexts they would be in, assuming that they largely mirror their OTL counterparts (in subjext matter if nothing else). Let me know what you guys think of what I've done with these three examples.


BRITISH FILMS OF THE NEW ORDER

Having been one of the few countries to successfully break free from the Reich's grasp during the uncertain years of the German Civil War, British cinema experienced a revival unseen prior to the occupation, with a select few daring to make the occupation itself part of its subject matter.

It Happened Here: The Story of Hitler's England

View attachment 616220


Released in 1966, a mere two years after the conclusion of HMMLR victory in the English Civil War, It Happened Here is a documentary film that chronicles the tumultuous period of British occupation under Nazi Germany. Consisting of interviews with British locals, former German soldiers, resistance fighters, all intertwined with stock footage of historical events (most infamously, an unedited seven minute speech of British fascist Colin Jordan overlaid with footage of liberated concentration camps and German/collaborator war crimes), the movie seeks to be unflinching in its portrayal of Nazi governance. The film went on to become critically acclaimed and to this day is still used in classroom settings to teach students of the dangers of fascism.

(Closest OTL equivalent: Shoah)

The 120 Days of Sodom

[NUDITY DELETED]
(a still image from the film, where the corrupt libertines examine their chosen victims)

The transgressive 1975 The 120 Days of Sodom is set during the last days of the English Civil War and end of Nazi governance. An adaptation of the Marquise de Sade book of the same name, the film uses disturbing and graphic imagery to explore themes of fascism, immorality, and political corruption. In the film, four wealthy fascist libertines kidnap eighteen teenagers and lock them in a mansion for four months, torturing and sexually assaulting the youth at will. They are aided by local collaborators and four prostitutes whom they have brought along to join them in their immoral pursuits. Incredibly controversial upon release, 120 Days remains divisive between critics and filmgoers alike, and has been banned in multiple countries (unsurprisingly, the Reich and various other fascist nations on the European continent were the most vociferous in their condemnation).

(Note: Largely unchanged from its OTL counterpart)

Henry Hamilton

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(still image of the film's villain protagonist, the titular Henry, arresting members of the English resistance)

Released in 1974, Henry Hamilton centers around a teenaged British collaborator in the middle of the English Civil War. The young boy finds his loyalties conflicted upon getting into a relationship with a Jewish girl, and becomes cornered as his affiliation with the collaborators marks him for death. The film was generally critically acclaimed, with particular praise given towards up and coming actor Peter Bowers who played Henry.

(OTL counterpart: Lacombe, Lucien)
Let's keep our posting PG-13. There's no reason you had to put cinematic nudity in that post beyond edginess.
 

Leonid Kharitonov in his Commissar uniform circa 1963.
Before becoming a famous singer well known to Russian communities abroad and in the USSR proper, Leonid Kharitonov would start as a defector from Genrikh Yagoda's regime based in Kharitonov's own hometown of Irkutsk, joining Valery Sablin and the people of the Buryat ASSR in revolt. After Yagoda's defeat in early 1963, Kharitonov would gain his official discharge from the Red Army, no longer a Commissar but due to now General-Secretary Sablin recognizing Kharitonov's singing talents, decided to utilize him as part of a planned propaganda campaign set to the backdrop of Buryatia's efforts to unite the Far East under them.

While the Buryat ASSR would establish a radio network in the Far East by 1964, Leonid Kharitonov and his music would not gain widespread fame until the establishment of the Far Eastern Soviet Republic in 1965 after the fall of Mikhail Matkovsky's own fiefdom (which consisted of Magadan, Amur, and portions of the north following a war with the Divine Mandate), where his singing would be broadcasted across the region though would even be heard on radios as far away as in the territory West Russian Revolutionary Front, his music later being used to support Marshal Zhukov's war effort against Pokryshkin's Central Siberian Federation (who would unite Central and Western Siberia after defeating Zlatoust and their puppets).

Kharitonov's most popular songs, Song of the Volga Boatmen and Dark-Eyed Cossack Girl, released in 1965 and 1967 respectively, would see his popularity among Russians who had access to the radio skyrocket. His popularity would result in Sablin having him accompany Susanna Pechuro to Disneyland in 1969 as part of the Far Eastern Soviet Republic's diplomatic mission to America as part of the 1969 World's Fair. His performance of Dark-Eyed Cossack Girl at the World's Fair would see him gain popularity with the Russian-American community and those who supported Russia's unification, with an interview he would give to Rolling Stone magazine in the January 1970 issue would bring the spotlight on a Russia that was close to unifying following the WRRF and the Far Eastern Soviet Republic defeating the Central Siberian Federation.

After Marshal Zhukov and General-Secretary Sablin resurrected the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1971 (which would include the Kazak, Kyrgyz, and Tajik SSRs returning to the fold), Kharitonov would continue his singing career in support of the Soviet Union's renewed war effort against Martin Bormann's decaying German Reich, the USSR taking back the Reichskommissariats of Moskowien, Kaukasien, Ukraine, and Ostland after the brutal Second West Russian War from 1974-1978 which would see Nazi Germany collapse into a second civil war following Bormann's successor Walther Hewel being assassinated by Ulrike Meinhof's Red Army Faction.

After the Soviet Union's victory, Leonid Kharitonov would spend the rest of his life assisting in the reconstruction of the former Reichskommissariats however he could, eventual dying in 2017 at the age of 84. He would be interred in a still recovering Moscow with full honors.

Leonid Kharitonov's performance of Dark-Eyed Cossack Girl at the 1969 World's Fair, accompanied by Alexander Alexandrov and his Alexandrov Ensemble, Alexandrov himself a defector from Yagoda's regime. Despite not speaking much English and never once singing in any language that wasn't Russia, Kharitonov would gain popularity outside of Russian speaking communities thanks to this performance and would make several returns to America to perform in his lifetime.
 

chankljp

Donor
The Father: A Divine Mandate of Siberia Unification Canon
You know... This made me wonder: The Divine Mandate and Father Man have a habit of comparing all the other warlords that they fight against with Biblical villains. Most notably, they will compare Yagoda to the Pharaoh; Sablin to Simon the Sorcerer; Rodzaevsky to Haman the Agagite; Matkovsky to the Serpent; Mikhail II to King Belshazzar; And Taboritsky with both Nebuchadnezzar and the Antichrist.

Here, you have him also comparing Tomsk and its Salon system with King Solomon; Zhukov with Goliath, and Yeltsin with Caesar.

I wonder what he might compared all the other warlords not listed here with?

Off the top of my head, I imagine that he might compare Bukharina with Delilah; Omsk with Abimelchk; And Despotist Stalina with Queen Jezebel.
 
You know... This made me wonder: The Divine Mandate and Father Man have a habit of comparing all the other warlords that they fight against with Biblical villains. Most notably, they will compare Yagoda to the Pharaoh; Sablin to Simon the Sorcerer; Rodzaevsky to Haman the Agagite; Matkovsky to the Serpent; Mikhail II to King Belshazzar; And Taboritsky with both Nebuchadnezzar and the Antichrist.

Here, you have him also comparing Tomsk and its Salon system with King Solomon; Zhukov with Goliath, and Yeltsin with Caesar.

I wonder what he might compared all the other warlords not listed here with?

Off the top of my head, I imagine that he might compare Bukharina with Delilah; Omsk with Abimelchk; And Despotist Stalina with Queen Jezebel.
It's kind of a reach, but maybe WerBell would be the money changers in the temple?
 
For a Free Russia: A CMR-Komi Unification Canon
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Part One
The Rise of the West Russian Free Republic

In hindsight, it seems hard to imagine that what was once a democratic yet highly politically unstable republic in the heart of western Russia, and the only democracy in the region, would end up unifying the vast expanses of the Russian nation. With all of the political instability, intrigue and violence in the small republic, it is hard to believe that the republic did not end up being swallowed up and conquered by one of its much stronger neighbors such as the West Russian Revolutionary Front or the Principality of Vyatka. Thankfully, this did not come to pass, and a true republican and democratic state would unify the whole of Russia within the span of only a decade.

The Komi Republic, with its capital in the city of Syktyvkar, was once the Komi Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, which was established in 1936 in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics during the rule of Premier Nikolai Bukharin and which was established for the indigenous Komi people, a Finno-Ugric and Uralic people distantly related to the Finns, Estonians and Hungarians and who once ruled the Principality of Great Perm from 1323 to 1505, after which it was annexed into the Grand Principality of Moscow. After the collapse of the West Russian Revolutionary Front after the First West Russian War, on April 2, 1955, Nikolai Voznesensky, former Gosplan planner and First Secretary of the Komi ASSR, declared the independence of the Komi ASSR from the WRRF as the Komi Republic. President Voznesensky then went about establishing the new republic as a democratic state with a new constitution, elected assemblies and routine elections. Voznesensky also founded the People’s Democratic Socialist Party, a social democratic political party made up of many ex-Communist party members that was the new ruling party of the republic and the nucleus of the new democratic centrist coalition of the republic, a coalition dedicating to preserving democracy and combating extremism within the new republic. In the following years, the Komi Republic became a safe haven for political dissidents and both left-wing and right-wing radicals from all over the former Russian Federative Soviet Republic, leading in part to the political instability that almost engulfed and ended the republic, with the far-left led by Mikhial Suslov, leader of the Communist Party, and the far-right led by Lev Gumilyov, leader of the Eurasianist faction of the Passionary.

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Nikolai Voznesensky​

In 1962, this political instability and political intrigue was a major problem consuming the young and vulnerable democracy of the Komi Republic, and this was not made any better by the paramilitaries of the far-left and far-right of Komi and the fact that Andrey Zhdanov, an influential politician of the Komi Left, had made a number of corrupt deals with President Nikolai Voznesensky, and the President found himself needing to give back favors to Zhdanov as a result. Nevertheless, two things managed to save the fragile democracy of Komi, which included President Voznesensky’s decisions to break off all ties with Zhdanov and to focus his government equally on the threats of both far-right and far-left extremism within the Komi Republic, which included equally targeting the far-right and far-left paramilitaries.

After the opening of the 1963 Assembly, Alexei Kosygin, former Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian SFSR during the last years of the Great Patriotic War and former member of the Politburo of the WRRF, leader of the social liberal Union of Young Reformers (Союз молодых реформаторов/Soyuz molodykh reformatorov) or CMR was nominated to be the candidate for the Center coalition in the upcoming national Komi presidential election of 1963. In the 1963 Komi elections, Alexei Kosygin of the CMR was elected President of the Komi Republic and was inaugurated as such on September 19, 1963. With the election of President Kosygin and the suppression of the paramilitaries, democracy was saved in the Komi Republic, and although the parties of the left and right coalitions were still allowed to exist, their power was now all-but irrelevant within the politics of the republic.

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Alexei Kosygin​

In 1964, with democracy secured within, the Komi Republic began to look outwards. The main threat to the Komi Republic was the West Russian Revolutionary Front, especially after the death of Field Marshall Kliment Voroshilov and the rise to power of Field Marshall Georgy Zhukov, as Zhukov was a committed Marxist-Leninist-Communist who had not forgotten the “betrayal” of Vozesensky and his splitting of Komi from the front in 1955. As a result, Zhukov was committed to the re-conquest of the breakaway republic, and President Kosygin and the rest of the government and military of Komi were fully aware of this obvious fact. As a result, President Kosygin and Field Marshall Petro Grigorenko of the Komi Republican Army, a Ukrainian former Red Army commander who assisted Vozesensky with the breaking away of Komi from the WRRF due to his dissolution with Communism, began to plan for the inevitable war against the WRRF.

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Petro Grigorenko​

The first step taken by the Komi government towards challenging the power of the Red Army came on August 9, 1964, when the Komi Republic and the Neutral State of Volgoda led by Vasily Ivanov signed a non-aggression pact known as the Kosygin-Ivanov Pact. Twelve days later, on August 21, the WRRF annexed the Order of Saint George, much to the concern of President Kosygin and the government of the Republic, although Grandmaster Mikhail Antipin was his monks were allowed to live in peace and practice the Russian Orthodox faith in exchange for surrendering to the WRRF. On September 8, 1964, a letter from Zhukov arrived to the Komi Legislature, proposing a non-aggression pact and possible alliance between the Komi Republic and the WRRF. While President Kosygin agreed to future talks in his reply to the letter, these talks between the two states would never occur. On October 23, 1964, the Neutral State of Vologda agreed to be integrated into the Komi Republic, thus preventing Volgoda from falling under the rule of the WRRF, much to the frustration of Field Marshall Zhukov. Tensions between the two states continued to increase, making sure that no talks could ever occur between the WRRF and the Komi Republic.

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Georgy Zhukov​

With tensions so high with the WRRF, the high command of the Komi Republican Army, led by Field Marshall Petro Grigorenko, advised President Kosygin to allow the KRA to launch “War Plan Red”, a planned and preemptive invasion of the WRRF, sometime towards the beginning of the next year. Not wanting his nation’s armies to be caught off-guard by the Red Army, President Kosygin gave his blessing to Grigorenko’s war plans, with an invasion of the WRRF scheduled for January of the next year.

After weeks of planning, on January 19, 1965, the Komi Republic declared a preemptive war with the West Russian Revolutionary Front. Only twelve days after the start of the war, on January 31, 1965, the WRRF's capital of Arkhangelsk fell to the Komi Republican Army after a day long and brutal battle in the Russian winter. After that, Zhukov and his government fled to his old capital of Ukhta, where he vowed to fight "the bourgeois and false Russian republic." After more weeks of battles in the cold snow of Russian winter, on March 6, the Battle of Ukhta began and ended after a thirteen-day long battle. That same day, on March 19, 1965, only two months after the start of the war, the WRRF surrendered to the Komi Republic, and Field Marshall Zhukov surrendered to Field Marshal Grigorenko in a public ceremony the city of Ukhta. With that, the Bolshevik threat to the Russian democracy of Komi was neutralized once and for all.

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Soldiers of the Komi Republican Army preparing for battle against the WRRF, January, 1965.

There are many reasons as to why the WRRF had lost the war with Komi, but the main reasons were the fact that the armies of the WRRF were severely weakened as a result of both the Great Patriotic War and the First West Russian War and the continued to use most of the same tactics used in the previous conflicts. As for General Zhukov, in spite of his Communist beliefs, he was still held in high regards by the people of the Komi Republic for his brave and valiant command of the Red Army against the hated German Wehrmacht during the Great Patriotic War. As a result, Zhukov, along with other high-ranking members of Zhukov's government and the Red Army, was forced to undergo a period of "de-Sovietization" and was allowed to live a free life as a private citizen on the condition that he not advocate actions against the Komi republican government.

With the Communist threat having been taken care off, now the Komi Republic and President Kosygin had two new threats to worry about, the collaborationist menace of the Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia led by General Andrey Vlasov and the Nazi menace of the Ariyskiy Bratstvo led by the mysterious "Gutrum Vagner" aka Alexey Dobrovolsky. On May 11, 1965, while the KONR was at war with the Aryan Brotherhood, the Komi Republic declared war on the brotherhood. Although the KRA managed to advance through much of the eastern lands of the Aryan Brotherhood, the brotherhood was at that point mostly defeated by the KONR, with the KONR finally taking over the lands of the brotherhood on May 22, 1965. General Vlasov claimed all of the lands of the brotherhood as his own, while President Kosygin claimed the old lands of Berezniki. While tensions were high between Komi and the KONR, in the end, Kosygin backed down and decided to allow the KONR to annex all the land of the defeated brotherhood, with Vagner/Dobrovolsky having been killed by anti-fascist partisans outside of Perm on May 23, 1965. After being riddled with bullets, his body was stripped naked, kicked around and dumped in an unmarked grave.

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Andrey Vlasov

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Gutrum Vagner/Alexey Dobrovolsky
At the end of May, 1965, only two states and two governments were left to fight for the lands and the future of Western Russia, the Komi Republic, a democratic and pluralist republic, and the KONR, a nationalist and militarist dictatorship that had once collaborated with the hated German Reich. In the minds of President Kosygin, Field Marshal Grigorenko and the rest of the Komi government, only one side could be victorious in the battle for Western Russia. For the future of Russia and for future Russian generations, it had to be the Komi Republic.

It would not be long at all before President Kosygin would be ready to destroy his final adversary for the rule of Western Russia. After a month of preparation, on June 24, 1965, the Komi Republic declared war with the warlord state of the KONR led by General Andrey Vlasov. While the Russian Liberation Army was one of the best armies in Western Russia, they had been worn down by over a year of warfare and factional infighting within the officer corps, and were thus at a disadvantage against the Komi Republican Army. On July 1, only a month after the war began, and after a two day-long battle against the ROA, the city of Kazan fell to the KRA. On July 10, after a gruelling battle against the ROA that had lasted for a week, the Vlasovite capital of Samara fell to the KRA. After a siege and battle that had lasted since the start of the war, the former Tsarist capital of Vyatka fell to the KRA on July 14. At this point, it became clear to many ROA officers that the war was becoming a lost cause. After the fall of the city of Izhevsk, the former capital of the Udmurt ASSR, on July 30, 1965, the ROA finally surrendered to the government of the Komi Republic. The following day, General Vlasov officially surrendered to Field Marshall Grigernoko and was then arrested by the Komi Republican Army for collaboration with the Germans during WWII and the West Russian War and for treason against the Russian nation and people, with many other high ranking members of Vlasov's government and the ROA also being arrested by the KRA on these very same charges.

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Infantrymen of the Komi Republican Army in battle against the ROA outside of Kazan, June, 1965.

On that very same fateful day, July 31, 1965, the Western Russian Free Republic (Западно-Русская Свободная Республика/Zapadno-Russkaya Svobodnaya Respublika) was officially established and publicly proclaimed over the airwaves by President Alexei Kosygin from the studio of Radio Free Syktyvkar, a popular radio show in the Komi Republic. Alexei Kosygin, once little more than a minor politician in the old Soviet Union, was now the first President of the new republic, the man who had saved Russian democracy and the man who had unified western Russia under the democratic regime that he had helped to save, and with that, a truly new era in the history of Russia was about to begin in earnest.
 
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