Photos of the New Order

That typically ends in 1965-1966 innit
Most of the time (if the AI isn't being stupid), but in this case the SAW ended in a total OFN victory, and the OFN mandates have been around for the past couple of years trying to preserve American hegemony I mean rebuild Africa, and quite a few people aren't exactly pleased with the President not only breaking his promise to get them out of the war but also massively increasing their presence in that continent for a nation-building process that hasn't exactly gone as planned.
 
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German Soldiers in Fall Rot defending against the forces of the Russian Republic.
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Hermann Goering 2nd Fuhrer of Germany and iniater of Fall rot. After germany failed to capitulate Russia he was couped by Ferdinand Schorner.
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Forces of the Russian Republic preparing for battle.
OOC:Based on an actual game i had as AuthDem Samara where Goering won and did Fall rot before getting couped after i managed to defend against him for long enough.
 
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Soldiers of the Imperial airborne brigades, 2017

Most people do not remember an era when Russia was one nation rather than a geographical description containing various countries.
 
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Black League soldiers in gas masks, circa 2020's.

The mysterious Russian Black league is a legend among the rebuilding nations of the world. Officially the All-Russian Reclamation Government, colloquially known as the Black League or simply "Russia," is a large nation in Northern Europe and Asia. It has one of the worlds largest militaries and a sizeable population for it's damage. It's Capitol City, Omsk, is one of the largest cities on earth, mostly protected from the War by it's many Anti Ballistic Missile sites, keeping much of it's population and industrial capability alive.

Its massive underground bunker complexes, called the "National Redoubts" kept millions of people safe from nuclear war. After several years in the bunkers, the Population, kept alive by brutal rationing and harsh punishments. The meager growth and herding of animals, as well as the extremely slow decrease in population kept the survivors alive for twenty years. Over time, underground railroads between bunker-cities were drilled out, and overland communications were established with Omsk itself. This helped keep the bunkers in line, as Omsk could still affect the bunkers from the above-ground city.

In 2006, twenty-one years after Nuclear fire annihilated the world, the Bunkers opened. MI-24 helicopters and BTR-90 troop transports fanned out once "Operation Bogatyr" was commenced. Kilometer long columns of troop transports and supply trucks snaked out as Helicopters crisscrossed the land looking for survivors. Many Black League operatives were sent out over time, as a way to indoctrinate and provide relief for the millions of Russians above ground (Only about 25% of the Russian population of 80 million was able to be housed in the bunkers, with expansions over time). Some villages and remnants of cities had conglomerated, something intolerable to the Black League.

The battle of Kamensk-Uralsky was a decisive victory for the new Russian state, wiping out the largest independent population center remaining in West Siberia. T-80U Tanks stormed encircled the city, quickly destroying the few tanks the Militia fielded, mostly old T-55 and T-64 models. The battle progressed quickly as the much better trained and equipped Black League troops wiped out the smaller militia force in house to house combat. The city was first encircled on August 1st, and fighting ended on August 4th.

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(The 'Heavy Weapons' are makeshift cannons and mortars)
 
The idea of their being wiki boxes following a nuclear war seems strange
There wouldn't be. This world is sitting at preindustrial development, with greatly varying areas of industrialisation, and in some cases, even electricity. They are better off than medieval peasants, but not by a lot (this also varies greatly. Some areas are relatively unharmed by much of anything, Lichtenstein for example, while some people live in desolate wastelands deprived of any comfort and fighting for day-to-day survival). I just did the wikibox for clarity in the engagement, rather than bullet-point all the numbers and attach an awkward photo.
 
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Black League Soldier in standardized uniform, 2021. Gas Masks and full-body covering was required in the radioactive wasteland.

As the Black League expanded across Russia, Decontamination teams, along with armies of construction workers, came into cities, mostly in various states of disrepair. One "good thing" that the National Reclamation Government did before the Great War was create ABM systems to protect Russia from Nuclear missiles. However, the meager amount of them compared to the amount of Enemy nuclear weapons did not prevent hits from taking place all over Russia. Most major cities, with the exception of Chelyabinsk (Science and industrial center) and Omsk (Capitol and military-industrial center) were hit directly, while Chelyabinsk and Omsk were mostly protected by their more numerous and advanced ABM systems, while almost every other major town or city had a National Redoubt underneath (even Chelyabinsk and Omsk had their own Redoubts, which held thousands of people in their own right).

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Black League T-80U in Russian village, 2020's

Reintegration with the surface began in 2021, as the world slowly recovered from its mess. The Black League sent out armies of construction workers and engineers, both civilian and military, from it's bases all across Russia. Its tanks, mostly the T-80U built in large numbers before the war, carried soldiers and supplies huge distances in relative security. Even the most hardened survivors and hunters in the Russian wastes thought long and hard about attacking tanks, especially those with as much firepower as the
T-80.

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T-80UM-1 in Russia, 2024

The next step after the famous and reliable T-80U was the M-1 upgrade to it, adding superior protection and another NBC protection layer to the tank, as well as capability to fire the 3BM60 shell, a new AP round that nearly doubled the penetration of pre-war rounds. This tank entered service in Russia in 2017
 
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Soldier of the West Russian Revolutionary Front standing in position.
As the West Russian Revolutionary Front expanded across Russia they would under the Red Napoleon commit some very unethical things such as gassing entire villages. Utterly ruthless in their vision of the rebirth of a socialist Russia they would quikly expand,eventually uniting all of Russia.
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OFN soldiers standing guard in South Africa.
The South African War would end in a
PRO-OFN ceasefire with South Africa gaining many territories to its north while the the African RKs would merge into the Reichstaat,eventually collapsing into a proverbial orgy of civil wars and ethnic cleansing.
 
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British actor Harry Oldman, starring as Mikhail Matkovsky in the 2012-2019 biopic historical drama TV series, "March of the Siberian Riflemen".

Following the years of the first Russian Vozhd, The series would run for five seasons, beginning in 1959 with Matkovsky's seizure of Magadan (then a shabby port town, as opposed to the bustling metropolis that it is in modern days- far surpassing reclaimed Vladivostok) in his schism of the Russian Fascist Party in response to Konstantin Rodzaevsky's (played by Russell Crowe) pro Nazi-German convictions and erratic, violent nature. The series goes through various events of Matkovsky's life as leader of what would become the Russian National Republic, like; the American mercenary Mitchell WerBell's attempted Coup, the grand showdown with Rodzaevsky, the tragic power struggle against his friend Nikolay Petlin, the brutal war against the Provisionary Central Siberian Revolutionary Council, negotiating unification with warlord Bunyachenko's Republic, then finally ending in 1975 with him signing a declaration of war against the Third Reich in his sickbed, just right before dying of cancer while he ponders his legacy.

The producers had originally wanted to use Russia as a major location for shooting the series, yet came to blows with the Nationalist government who wanted the series to adhere to specific "guidelines" and accept "supervision" to see that Matkovsky nor the National Republic were not being depicted in an unflattering light, considering that Matkovsky has to this day, an endearing Cult of Personality surrounding in him within Russian society as the "forerunner of Russian liberation", the fruits of whose leadership would eventually see Russia reconquering lands from The Ukraine to Outer Manchuria, from the Third Reich and Japanese Empire, though he wouldn't live to see such results.

The series would be highly acclaimed by many critics as one of the best cinematic works on the Russian Anarchy, being compared to the similarly praised 1988 miniseries adaption of Steven Smith's bestseller "Across the Tundra" (the author himself would also be depicted in the first season), in no small part due to Oldman's portrayal of the morally dubious yet still sympathetic Vozhd Matkovsky. Despite it's popularity in the West, the Russian National Republic itself would have a more negative perspective, with figures particularly condemning the show's "misrepresentations" of the Anti-Communist massacres that occurred during and after Matkovsky's conquest of Central Siberia (the National-Laborist regime's line being that such liquidations were a "unfortunately necessary pacification effort") as well as the conflict with Petlin, who the government had long claimed was a powermonger who wanted to usurp the republic and sabotage all that the Vozhd had accomplished as opposed to his portrayal as a pro-Democratic Hero-Antagonist. This discrepant reception between Russia and the West has been seen as a reflection of the distrust between the two, which is becoming more apparent in recent times as the RNR is increasingly seen to be going back to it's fascist roots (Which Matkovsky had claimed to done away with, in 1965) with it's oppression of the Caucasian and Central Asian populations, though there is still a great deal of hesitation to decisively distance from the Russians, in Washington, as the RNR is one of America's biggest trade partners and, because of the vast, rich natural resources especially in Siberia, one of the most invested nations.
Damn, this sounds cool.
 
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Stato della Città del Vaticano, 2010

Shimon Peres maintained many ties with the Italians even many years after ending his tenure as Israel's second prime minister.
In fact, it is possible to define Peres and not Ben-Gurion, to the true point of origin for the future Israeli-Italian relations with Peres's Mediterranean Union project becoming a far greater success than any person could have imagined fifty years ago.


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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in an interview about his father, the thirty-seventh president.
The interview discussed at length about the former president's complex figure.
 
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SS Forces under Heydrich Preparing for combat. Heydrich was the unexpected victor of the german civil war,through both a combination of luck and tactical genius on the part of his generals.
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Soldiers of the Far Eastern Imperial Realm one month before the war with the PRC.
 
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Former German statesman Helmut Schmidt speaking in 2005 being interviewed by American journalists.
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photo of a pro-Speer soldier during the German Civil War.
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Photo of a West Russian Revolutionary Front Tank.
 
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A pair of the famous British boy-band, The Beatles, pictured performing the Fascist salute at the preliminary of one of their concerts on the 11th of May 1963 (1). Before the English Civil War, band members had been seen to have occasionally done so at times between their 1960 debut in the Third Reich, at Hamburg and their last concert 9 days before the breakout of the German Civil War before permanently discontinuing afterwards. The band themselves would maintain that the act of saluting was always to uphold a façade of support for the German New Order, so as to avert suspicions of "subversion", especially since they were held in low regard by German plenipotentiaries for making music that was clearly inspired by "degenerate" American genres of Rock and Blues. Indeed, the Beatles debut in Hamburg would be the first and last time that they would set foot in Nazi Germany as they would be barred from entering throughout their existence. It was the more lighter regulations on music within England that allowed the band to build up their rise to fame.
Pictured behind Lennon and McCartney is an overseeing Blackshirt security officer. Since the assassination attempt on King Edward VIII last year, the Blackshirt paramilitary personnel of the collaborationist government-aligned British Union of Fascists had been increasingly prevalent in public life as a self-professed force of safety and order against the threat of resistance terrorism.


The band was famously composed of John Lennon (the founder and leader), George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. Starr himself was included into the band as a replacement of a former member; Pete Best who broke with the band in 1962 out of growing resentment towards the ruling pro-German collaborationist government and the Nazis which the band acknowledged may had eventually made things problematic for them, as a big-name band in German-dominated England. Best would be found to have fought for the HMMLR and perished in the battle of Leeds during the English Civil War (the 1966 song "farewell my friend" being made in tribute to him).

During the civil war the Beatles would greatly further their popularity by holding performances for groups of Internally Displaced Persons in numerous shelters and camps. After the government's victory, Lennon would at times voice criticism on the British political establishment, especially the Royal Party in particular, in his belief that it was their compliance towards the German Fascist dominance over England and supposed disregard towards the masses that was the main reason for the civil war happening in the first place. Controversy surrounding this viewpoint would be sparked over a single that the band had wrote in 1965; "It's ok to leave a hot dog in the car" (2) which got briefly subjected to censorship under Obscenity laws from the provocative title alone and prohibited from sale. As Lennon explained, the song was directed at the old Douglas-Home Royal Party administration as well as even the Nazi government before their respective civil wars. It was a critique of how these political establishments were incapable of resolving social polarization and that their inept ruling of their states had allowed tensions to boil over into civil bloodshed. The censorship itself would ignite debate within the halls of Westminster concerning laws that were perceived to repress Freedom of Expression. Eventually, the United England government of Harold MacMillan, with high encouragement from Reginald Maudling, then proceeded to successfully have such laws repealed as part of United England's campaign to progress away from the past of collaboration via liberalization. Though some historians would say that the fact that the song was criticizing of the Royal Party had influenced this move by Prime Minister MacMillan, whose personal commitment for true liberalization had (whether rightly or wrongly) come under scrutiny once he was usurped by Maudling.

The band would break up in 1973. Popular releases would include; Pfennig Lane, Hey Jude, Now We're Here, Something For You and Let It Be.

1. Credit to r/dsrfunny (of all things) for the realistic looking photoshopped image.
2. Credit to @Gukpard for inspiring this idea on reddit
 
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Controversy surrounding this viewpoint would be sparked over a single that the band had wrote in 1965; "It's ok to leave a hot dog in the car" (2) which got briefly subjected to censorship under Obscenity laws from the provocative title alone and prohibited from sale. As Lennon explained, the song was directed at the old Douglas-Home Royal Party administration as well as even the Nazi government before their respective civil wars. It was a critique of how these political establishments were incapable of resolving social polarization and that their inept ruling of their states had allowed tensions to boil over into civil bloodshed.
I like that song so much
 

THE OBCY COUP
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"Good morning, Americans. You may have noticed that your President is not here with you. The tyrant, Yockey is dead. We killed him at 2:38 AM, in a coup. Do not be alarmed Americans, we, the Polish will in charge for some time until we give back the power to the rightful candidate, George McGovern.”
- Wladyslaw Anders, leader of the Obcy plot, speaking live in the White House to the American people. The Obcy plot was formed by the Polish exile government and elements of the US Military to overthrow the increasing fascist danger of then President Yockey.


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THE OBCY COUP
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"Good morning, Americans. You may have noticed that your President is not here with you. The tyrant, Yockey is dead. We killed him at 2:38 AM, in a coup. Do not be alarmed Americans, we, the Polish will in charge for some time until we give back the power to the rightful candidate, George McGovern.”
- Wladyslaw Anders, leader of the Obcy plot, speaking live in the White House to the American people. The Obcy plot was formed by the Polish exile government and elements of the US Military to overthrow the increasing fascist danger of then President Yockey.


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dangerously based. It will go down as one of the darkest moment in US Politics history in TNO
 
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Photo of South African Soldiers during the South African War. While The OFN gets the majority of the fame and did contribute heavily to victory in the war,one must not forget the contributions of the South Africans in defending their nation.
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2002 military parade celebrating the reunification of Russia under the rule of Georgy Zhukov.
 
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With the complete destruction of the B.E.F at Dunkirk, the United Kingdom had lost most of its army. Its calls for aid from the United States fell on deaf ears, with president Kennedy continuing his policy of isolation. American aid came too little too late. Germany held off launching an invasion until the war in the east against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ended. With the collapse of the USSR in late 1942, the stage was set for the largest amphibious invasion in history.

Invasion​

In early 1943, the Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe launched a series of crippling blows against the Royal Navy. Once the British had been sufficiently weakened, the Germans launched a massive landing operation on the southern coast of England. They smashed through the British defenses, seizing the south and west of the country with speed practiced in France and Russia. Under the command of General Eisenhower, American troops formed defensive lines alongside the last of the Allies. Americans, British, French, Belgians, Dutch, Polish, Soviets all held the line, but the Germans hordes poured in endlessly. When one Panzer was destroyed, two more would take its place. Allied pilots became aces in an hour, and then a grave marker in the next. Slowly but surely, the Allies were pushed back towards Scotland. By April 1945, preparations were being made to evacuate all remaining Allied troops from the British Isles.

Aftermath​

With the evacuation of Allied troops, the war in Europe came to an end. British troops in Scotland declared independence and neutrality, which the Germans respected due to not wanting a protracted war in the Highlands. Wales too became independent, albeit with huge German influence. England itself was placed under the collaborationist Kingdom of England under the previously abdicated Edward VIII. Resistance against the occupation continued, with Her Majesty's Most Loyal Resistance (HMMLR), including the Left Resistance, fighting against the collaborationists and their German allies in the English Insurgency.

(Taken from the TNO wiki, with minor modifications)
 
Last known image of the USS Iowa off California taken from the periscope of I-225 before the submarine fired it's torpedo's on the doomed battleship. Four of I-225's six torpedoes had hit the battleship, striking Iowa between the anti-torpedo bulge and the waterline at approximately 12:20. The damage was magnified by the fact that Iowa had turned south just minutes before the Captain of the I-225 fired his torpedoes, thus exposing her entire side to I-225. Of the 2788 men on board only 20 survived after one the torpedo's that hit the Iowa triggered a magazine detonation in the second turret.

The I-225 would to this day retain the distinction for being the submarine that sank the heaviest warship thus far.

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Last known image of the USS Iowa off California taken from the periscope of I-225 before the submarine fired it's torpedo's on the doomed battleship. Four of I-225's six torpedoes had hit the battleship, striking Iowa between the anti-torpedo bulge and the waterline at approximately 12:20. The damage was magnified by the fact that Iowa had turned south just minutes before the Captain of the I-225 fired his torpedoes, thus exposing her entire side to I-225. Of the 2788 men on board only 20 survived after one the torpedo's that hit the Iowa triggered a magazine detonation in the second turret.

The I-225 would to this day retain the distinction for sinking the heaviest warship thus far.

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Wouldn't it make more sense for the Iowa to be the biggest warship lost with all hands as well considering it is likely the 20 survivors ended up machine-gunned or blown to bits with deck guns, knowing the Imperial Japanese military?
 
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