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I have a feeling that if Nazi did moon landing first American will try to one up them by going for Mars.
It's stated in TNO that everyone does move the goal posts, I think.

America does vow to go to Mars after making a moon landing of their own, I believe? Current Devs can slap me silly if I'm incorrect, it's been a while.
 


Italian president Giorgio Almirante reading a newspaper. Despite being the first president of the post-Fascist era, Almirante could be seen as a continuation of the Fascist-era. Many of the more wide reaching reforms Ciano promised were revoked by Almirante, while Fascist era sociopolitical structures, traditionalist values and corporatist economics were upheld. To this day Italy, while having adapted some democratic reforms, is plagued by corruption, the continuing dominance and evolution of Fascist structures and the powers held by the president to this day allowing him significant influence over Parliament(which lead to some critics calling the Italian president the "Presidential Duce").

OOC: Italy became a Putinist sort of government that whitewashes it's past and looks back to Mussolini fondly. Almirante maintains some sort of authoritarian democracy with fascist tendencies and does not go down the routes I suspect are player traps.
 
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Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-Shek standing alongside Communist leader Mao Zedong in 1945. Despite America's withdrawal from WW2 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, both men were adamant in defending China from Imperial Japan. While the forces of the United Front fought valiantly, they were no match for the might of the Japanese Empire.

After America's surrender to the Axis Powers, China remained as the final obstacle in Japan's quest for dominace over Asia. With the United Front's access to American weapons and supplies cut off due to the withdrawal of Joseph Stilwell, the Japanese managed to slowly eat away at the Chinese United Front. However, the Chinese refused to surrender, with millions of Chinese dying as a result of the famines or fighting the IJA in the final two years of the war.

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The ruins of Chongqing following the Japanese seizure of the city. With the loss of their wartime capital and their two main leaders, the United Front collapsed, and any hope of resisting the Japanese Empire died with it.

This ultimately culminated in the Fall of Chongqing, where the United Front was bested by the Japanese for the final time. Chiang Kai-Shek and Mao Zedong were both killed during this battle, and with their main leaders gone, the Chinese army stood no chance against the onslaught of the Japanese. By the end of the fighting, the Japanese flag was raised triumphantly over the city, and hundreds of thousands of Chinese lay dead or dying for miles.

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Chen Gongbo, the second leader of the Chinese collaborationist government following Wang Jingwei's death, announcing the surrender of China to the Japanese Empire in a radio address to the Chinese people.

After China's surrender, the Reorganized Government would spend the following years rebuilding the mainland, while also obeying the whims of the Rising Sun. Under the leadership of Gao Zongwu, China began its steps into becoming a modern country with the Five Modernizations, and would rise up in rebellion against the Japanese sphere in the Great Asian War later on.
 
I wonder how different Sabatons song would be if the world managed to survive.
But before that would metal genre even exist?
 
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I wonder how different Sabatons song would be if the world managed to survive.
But before that would metal genre even exist?
Well, we'd have to know what happens to Sweden.

Metal in some form would probably exist, but it would probably be split into two genres - one about darkness and intensity and one about lyrical and melodic complexity.
 
One more thing, I wonder how Charlie Chaplin react to axis victory. How would his great dictator perceived to the world after end of ww2?
 
Well, we'd have to know what happens to Sweden.

Metal in some form would probably exist, but it would probably be split into two genres - one about darkness and intensity and one about lyrical and melodic complexity.
I think it would be harder for Sabaton to research about ww2 and inform themselves because I don’t know if allied record of ww2 would survive except of USAs
 
I think Indy neidells ww2 would be lot more complicated because lot of stuff happens after axis victory and problem of researching.
 
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A group of Japanese soldiers take part in an attack on an occupied town of the People’s Army of Burma. The Burmese Civil War (1965-1980) is often considered a precursor to the Great Asian War, as the Japanese-backed Burmese State, along with tens of thousands of troops sent in by the Ikeda government, battled insurgent militias across the country, the strongest being the People’s’ Army of Burma. The war proved to be a costly, draining war for the Japanese, putting great strain on the already weakened Japanese economy. The conflict in Burma only became a mere front in the Great Asian War, as rebellions and the Chinese took out the Japanese backed-governments of the Co-Prosperity Sphere. The Burmese War ended with the People’s Army holding control of most of Burma outside the Chinese backed Republic of Kachin.


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Flag of the People’s Republic of Burma (1980-2013)
 
My theory: Sabaton writes a album called thousand week reich, which begins from rise of n*zi party until GCW.
My idea would be about Sabaton songs The last battle, inmate 4859, saboteurs, primo Victoria wouldn’t exist
Hearts of iron would be about speidel protecting Berlin from GCW when when Berlin gets attacked
Night witches would stay same
Far from fame might be different
Ballad of bull would stay same
Resist and bite stays same
Unsure about to hell and back
Soldiers of 3 armies would be bit different
Final solution and rise of evil would be same
Bismarck might stay same if hunt for Bismarck did happen
 
Thousand week reich: A 8th Album of Swedish Metal band Sabaton.
Album is about rise of nazi party until its end as German civil war.
It was accused of being a pro nazi album because of some of their songs as final solution and rise of evil.
Par sundstrom said: “this isn’t about depicting nazis in good light, it’s about telling the history in third reich and their atrocities. It also depicts some of the heroic Figurs of that time, who acted as human, not a killing machine.”
the album list are as following:

rise of evil: a song about rise of nazi party
ghost division: Erwin Rommel and the 7th Division
Stalingrad: Battle of stalingrad that gave the Germany the way to Caucasus
Panzerkampf: decisive battle that ensured the victory of third reich
Wehrmacht: song about ordinary German soldiers
Final solution: about holocaust
Wolfpack: German u-boat
Endsieg: usage of atomic bomb and axis victory of 2nd world war
We burn: atrocities of Wehrmacht and ss
Thousand week reich: the third reichs decline from world power and GCW(=German civil war)
Hearts of iron: song about Hans speidel, who protected Berlins civilians in battle of Berlin
1963:last battle of German civil war
 


A snapshot of the 1962 World Cup Final in Chile. Brazil would end up beating Hungary by a score of 3-1, winning its second consecutive World Cup. Germany's poor football management and political turmoil under the Bormann regime allowed the South American nations of Brazil, Chile, and Argentina to become the top soccer teams in the world during the 1960's and early 1970's. Brazil's streak of championships would be halted in the 1966 World Cup Final in England after losing to Argentina 1-0 in overtime in what some consider the greatest soccer game in history.
 


A snapshot of the 1962 World Cup Final in Chile. Brazil would end up beating Hungary by a score of 3-1, winning its second consecutive World Cup. Germany's poor football management and political turmoil under the Bormann regime allowed the South American nations of Brazil, Chile, and Argentina to become the top soccer teams in the world during the 1960's and early 1970's. Brazil's streak of championships would be halted in the 1966 World Cup Final in England after losing to Argentina 1-0 in overtime in what some consider the greatest soccer game in history.
 


Kliment Voroshilov was the first leader of the West Russian Revolutionary Front, and remains one of the most controversial figures of West Russian history. Despite having earned fame with his defense of Tsaritsyn in the first Russian Civil War and the glories of the West Russian War with Germany, many of his detractors among historians claim him to have been one of the primary causes for severe loss of life in the short 'Winter War' (which both led to Finland gaining observer status in the Pakt and Adolf Hitler becoming convinced Russia would be easy pickings in the years to come), and being a grossly incompetent field marshal during the first few months of the First Great Patriotic War.

In fact, despite his successes in the Warlord Period, many of his successes (reorganizing retreating armies, dealing with food shortages, protecting Arkhangelsk from german bombers) were actually Alexander Altunin's deeds. Mistakenly attributed to Voroshilov, and reinforcing the "Voroshilov myth" that remains to even this day (If finally reduced by historical records, memoirs from the triad that made up his subordinates, and testimonies to his rare moments of incompetence in the West Russian War.)

No matter if you believe that he was a godlike marshal, a man with just enough competence to get by, or a doddering fool surrounded by incredibly competent subordinates, all can agree that he was certainly one of the more important Russian warlords of the 1950s. His initiation of the WRW broke the German myth of invincibility, incited a cry to resistance, and would be remembered as the pinnacle of his career.

Granted, he lost, but he managed to do what few in the 1950s could: Spit in Germany's eye.

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Vladimir Kirillovich Romanov, also known as Vladmir III, "Emperor of the West" to his followers, and "Bad Vlad" to his enemies and rivals was the Warlord of Vyatka. A reluctant ruler with a sense of duty to his people, or a spineless collaborator who sided with Germany for power are the two predominating outlooks of him amongst the crowds of historians, with many either portraying him as a terrifying despot or a benevolent autocrat.

What is known about him however, is that he was one of West Russia's principled statesmen, managing to peacefully bring the Order of Saint George into Vyatka's ranks (Though the Grandmaster was given several concessions and soon grew to dominate in control of the Church. Thankfully, he was loyal to the "most august Tsar"). He likewise managed to diplomatically converse with several other warlords, though many either wrote off his entreaties or agreed to non-aggression pacts with intent to break them later.

The one warlord he did not attempt to converse with or promise autonomy for however, was his 'nominal ally' Berezniki. A warlord who supported a fusion of Monarchism, Sovietism, and Fascism, this warlord was both an obstinate thorn in his side and claiming to be his ally.

They crumpled rather quickly in the brief conflict that ensued, and after consolidating power, Vladmir turned his eyes to the other growing warlords. Samara, Perm, and the WRRF would quickly become his rivals for dominance in West Russia, with another warlord later joining this batch of rivals and surprising several of the contenders: Komi.

But for now, Vyatka was at peace with their neighbors, if an uneasy one that could crumble at the drop of a hat. The Tsar knew this, and prepared.
 
Soviet Pretenders
Following the collapse of the Soviet government and the disappearance of Nikolai Bukharin, Russia descended into pure anarchy, with countless warlord states emerging to claim the Motherland as their domain. Among these warlords were a few figures from the old Soviet regime, who hoped to restore the Soviet Union in their own image. Though much information about Russia's Warlord Era is scarce due to the pure chaos of that period, many testimonies from countless men and women who lived through that time have painted a semi-reliable picture of what occured before Russia's reunification.

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Lazar Kaganovich, a former enemy of Bukharin, proclaiming the short-lived Western Siberian People’s Republic.

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union at the hands of the Nazis, Lazar Kaganovich would use his many allies and resources from his exile in West Siberia to create a new Soviet state in his image, hoping to finally get the power that he believed he rightfully deserved. Unfortunately, circumstances would lead to the collapse of Kaganovich's dream state, and many of his allies abandoning him to claim their own territory. Despite these events, Lazar managed to hold on to what little power he had left by seizing the city of Tyumen, hoping to regain what he lost and exact vengeance on his former allies. However, this would not come to pass, as the Black League, now under the leadership of Dmitry Yazov following the death of Karbyshev, stormed Tyumen and burned the whole city to the ground. *Lazar would end up being captured during his attempt to flee the burning city, and after several hours of being mercilessly beaten and humiliated by the League's soldiers, would be hanged alongside his inner circle in the middle of the burnt ruins, a grim message to all the Black League's enemies and a foreshadowing of events to come.

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Genrikh Yagoda observing his troops during the Central Siberian War.

One of the most powerful figures in Bukharin's USSR, Genrikh Yagoda and the NKVD ruled the Far East through fear, intimidation, and ruthlessness following the end of WW2. However, Yagoda's iron grip couldn't last in the face of the Central Siberian War, with much of his territory splintering off into their own states in to escape his ruthless paranoia, and even losing some of his coastal lands to a force of White exiles. As if things couldn’t get any worse, one of his commisars, a young man by the name of Valery Sablin, broke off from the remnants of Yagoda's government, and in a now famous radio broadcast, denounced Yagoda as a tyrant who betrayed the ideals of the Bolshevik Revolution and was no better than the Tsar that the Russian people deposed. Much to Yagoda's rage, countless men and women throughout the east flocked to Sablin's banner, leaving him with nothing more than his few remaining troops and the remnants of the NKVD still loyal to him. Yagoda would finally meet his end when Sablin's forces stormed his final holdout in Irkutsk, **having chosen to take his own life rather than give Sablin the satisfaction of seeing him defeated.

*This is information that was retrieved from the journal of an unknown Black League soldier, which was found in one of the many barracks of Omsk following the Black League's collapse.
**This is information that Sablin provides in his book, The Revolution's Survival, which recounts his early years as a commisar in Yagoda's army and his experiences during his rebellion against the Soviet tyrant.
 
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