Pop-culture of the Kaiserreich

Any ideas what the Mummy (1999) would look like if it was set in the KR universe? The main events are after the British Revolution, in 1926 I think
 
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Screencaps from the popular ABU (American Broadcasting Union) TV series Pretty Little Dames. This lighthearted neo-noir series follows the adventures of glamorous journalist Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) and the her posse of gal pals (Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell and Troian Bellisario) as they solve murders, unlock mysteries and uncover enemy spy rings in Second Civil War period Chicago, and concludes with the wedding of Aria and her long-time sweetheart Ezra Fitz (played by Lucy's real life partner Ian Harding).
 

A poster for the ApfelTV production "For All Mankind" an alternate history series that explores the possibility of the Empire of Japan landing on the Moon before the Germans.
 



Alicia Vikander as adventurer-archaeologist Comtesse Sophie LaMarche in the popular 2018 Myth-Seeker movie reboot. A pair of sequels is currently being developed for 2021 and 2022 release.
 

The main characters of the French TV miniseries 'Days of Glory'. It tells the story of French Arab and Berber soldiers recruited from both Algeria and Tunisia as they fight their way across North Africa and into Europe in the drive to reclaim the mainland from the Commune. During their journey, they run into situations that change their outlook on the world and life completely.
 
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I could see the series be about the German Empire under Kaiser Wilhelm II and later Wilhelm III showcasing the rise and continuing political evolution of the Kaiserreich.

In my personal headcanon, the Syndicalists always lose as realistically after WWI they weren't really much of a threat to the industrial might of the German Empire especially with the loss of Alsace Lorraine. I don't see Austria really falling apart either as by winning the war they realistically had much more legitimacy. The populace historically was quite loyal to the Habsburgs, and realistically had they won the war, a new type of national identity would have emerged based more on common loyalty to the Habsburgs rather than any ethnicity.

Another series could be about the rise of Louis-Napoleon (Napoleon VI) who comes in to save France from a despotic and corrupt syndicalist state with a collapsing economy and increasing despotic and authoritarian government.

The series about the British royalty could be about Edward VIII shaken by the loss of the British Isles, becomes a much more mature and hardened ruler as opposed to the indolent playboy in otl. From there he manages to lead Britain into victory retaking the UK after the syndicalist regime becomes growingly unpopular with the public. I could see Edward put aside his differences with Germany to retake the Birthright.
 

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What about Superman, or Spider-Man, or the Incredible Hulk?
Butterflies from Kaiserreich events such as the Second American Civil War and the Second Great War mean that Silver Age Marvel never exists or if it did it would be almost unrecognizable.
 
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Butterflies from Kaiserreich events such as the Second American Civil War and the Second Great War mean that Silver Age Marvel never exists or if it did it would be almost unrecognizable.
I don't know, these two threads might give you some ideas.


 
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