That's very true and I thought long and hard about what guys like Goerdeler (and the other OTL July 44 plotters) would play here. But, as we'll see, the revolution and subsequent evolution of the German polity, the question of the monarchy is far from settled...I'm surprised that someone like Goerdeler supported a coup that outright abolished the monarchy. Granted the Hohenzollern's key role in pushing for war could have disillusioned him but I'd still expect him to support a democratic figurehead monarch.
An interesting question: as of the 1940s, you'd probably see that little Perun icons and so forth are common in the Russian army and a fair few popular depictions of Yarilo in a kind of mash up between her and Mother Russia. It won't, by any means, have replaced Orthodox Christianity as the popular religion but this point and I don't plan for it to ever fully overtake it in a simple one for one swap. I was thinking more that there will be a really thorough synthesis of the two as time goes on.So, yeah, how popular would you say is Tukhachevsky promoting Slavic Paganism in Russia?
Well he's more committed to democratic change but he's definitely all about trying to turn the Socialists into the parliamentary wing of a wider protest/revolutionary movement. On a precise policy level, the Socialist platform in 1944 was very similar to the OTL CPUSA of the time...Considering he is the leader of the Socialists in the House and candidate for President in 1944, what are Browder's views compared to his OTL self?
That's an interesting question: there are a couple in Africa and Asia which end up with similar trajectories to OTL modern rogue states but we'll get to them later.In modern times, what countries are seen as "rogue states"?
Yes and no. When we're talking about the international arena, it isn't - the Empire is a real union of states and foreign and defence policy, tariffs and the Bank of England are four of the unified policy areas. In that circumstance, Britain in 1945 has a kind of 'first among equals' position and still kind of calls the shots but that will evolve. In other areas - for example, domestic education policy - then it very much is considered it's own country: much as how Germany is different from the EU OTL.Is Great Britain considered separate from the British Empire?