TNO Collabrative TL

August 21, 1962: A well-planned general uprising occurs in Poland, removing the remaining Nazi occupiers from Warsaw and terminating the rule of the Generalgouvernment. With the Third Reich embroiled in its own four-way conflict, there is very little anyone can do about it for the time being.

August 22, 1962: Reichskommissariat Madagaskar, holding itself together by a miracle since the beginning of the Civil War, falls apart between the loyalists to Emil Maurice, opposing forces in the Wehrmacht, local freedom fighters for an independent Madagascar, and Jewish Hitnagdut partisans.

August 24, 1962: Egypt's King Farouk I is spotted out shopping in New York City, not too far away from Times Square. Articles regarding this sighting appear in tabloid newspapers across the country, and speculation as to what else may be up to is abound within the pages.
August 12, 1962: Vikdun Quisling issues a declaration in which he announces that he has become the Supreme Leader of Norway. Wehrmacht troops are used to fight any resistance.

August 24, 1962: The reformists under Albert Speer launch a new offensive aimed at capturing the city of Mainz, and cut off militarist forces in Elsaß-Lothringen and the Rhineland.

August 27, 1962: Insurgencies from the African Nationalist Congress against the South African government continue. Boer militias gather and resist both factions.

August 29, 1962: Following the start of the South African Civil War, Afrika Schild finds the perfect opportunity to invade, allying itself with the Boers. The first offensive is aimed at capturing the salient in Botswana.
August 29, 1962: Fascist Italy wanting to obtain OFN membership agree to aid in the war effort in South Africa, supporting the South African Government.

Thus Fascist Italy would provide weapons and advisors alongside the US to the South African Government.

This would see a military deployment authorized by Ciano, Balbo and Scorza, led by Tullio Moneta. Italian Military Forces along with MVSN Paramilitaries and LVSN Soldiers both affiliated with the PNF (Italian National Fascist Party) are deployed fighting on behalf of the South African Government.

Italian Army Soldier standing Guard in South Africa.

Italian African Colonial Troops in South Africa.

A Black South African Child polishes the boots of Italian Soldiers.

Italian Soldiers being deployed into Cape Town.

Italian Soldiers engaging Boer Nationalists.

August 30, 1962: French and Belgian SS Personnel of the SS Charlemagne Legion led by Joseph Darnand and the SS Walloon Legion led by Leon Degrelle are sent to Germany by Burgundy to fight for Heydrich and die.

That backfires where the SS Charlemagne Legion and the SS Walloon Legion defect to Speer, for Speer may be their hope for a strong Fascist France and an independent Fascist Belgium. That and Bormann or Goering couldn't care less about some Frenchmen or Belgians.
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September 1, 1962: Upon learning of Degrelle and Darnard defecting to Speer's forces, Himmler orders the arrest and execution of Ernst Kaltenbrunner for charges of treason to Burgundy (read: maintaining correspondences with Martin Bormann).
September 2, 1962: With Fascist Italy discussing the terms of joining in the OFN, Franco and Salazar of the Iberian Union see opportunity with the OFN as well as guarantee of protection against Germany.

September 3, 1962:
With the defeat against Burgundy, many French Fascist Groups rally in protests against the current Vichy Regime. Many stating that Collaboration was a mistake, although said Fascist Parties were ironically collaborators. Many of these protestors are demanding that France join Fascist Italy. Even the PPF who currently leads the Regime understands Germany's betrayal, where they are already considering joining Fascist Italy the latter of which is in the process of joining the OFN.

Fascists of the Parti Populaire Francaise demonstrating and voicing their regrets for collaboration.

Fascists of the Parti Franciste demonstrate against the Vichy Regime.

Marcel Bucard - Leader of the Parti Franciste in a fiery speech denouncing Germany's betrayal to France. As well urging that the regime leave Germany for Italy.
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July 2, 1962: Following the start of the German Civil War, Siegfried Kasche issues a decree giving more power to the Ostvolk Council as the "sole legislative authority in Reichskommissariat Moskowien". He himself now has even less power, and moves to a house near Woronesch to rest.

August 8, 1962: The constant fighting in the Ostvolk Council reaches a boiling point, as the vast majority of Russian collaborationists storm out of the council meeting.

August 14, 1962: With the RK's government fracturing, Moskowien slowly begins going downhill. The Ostvolk Council is reformed by those who are still members as an executive committee.

August 16, 1962: Siegfried Kasche is killed during an attack on his house by Russian partisans. Once the news reach the RK government, Wilhelm von Allwörden takes the position of Reichskommissar and promises to crush any and all resistance.

August 19, 1962: The first cases of attacks by Russian partisans are recorded in the south and far north.

August 24, 1962: Nikolai Averin's Independent Tank Division launches an attack aimed at Arzamac as the RK collapses. It mostly fails as the garrisons have still not fallen apart.


Partisans attacking a village in northern Moskowien.


Unfortunately, reprisals were common from the German garrison.


July 6, 1962: A new operation against the UPO is launched by Meyer-Landrut's liberals. The city of Daugavpils becomes a battlefield between the two forces.

July 10, 1962: To break the stalemate, a daring flanking maneuver is attempted by the Ostland liberals. However, the forces of Drechsler mainly centered in Courland attack, forcing the Vereinigte Ostlandliga into retreat.

July 19, 1962: Minsk is captured and burned by forces loyal to Bormannite Stahlecker. Landrut's forces are in disarray.

August 9, 1962: A defense plan is outlined by Landrut's advisors to hold out against their enemies.

August 18, 1962: Insurgents fighting for Lithuanian independence start launching attacks against German garrisons.
September 4, 1962: Talks between Italian Leaders and the OFN Leaders end successfully. Although the board of leaders do think it's too soon for Fascist Italy to join, however both have agreed to cooperate in the conflict against Germany. It won't be until years later, Italy would finally be accepted, in the meantime Italy would cooperate with the OFN.

September 5, 1962:
The Italian-Turkish War ends in a Stalemate or Italian Victory where the Italians hold the line. Italians prevail, where the Turkish Forces are unable make any significant breakthroughs employing mass wave tactics against Mechanized Italian Forces. The war ends devastatingly for the Turks, leading to the Turkish National Socialist Government becoming unpopular. Discontent mainly comes from the Turkish troops who fought on the frontlines.

Turkish Commanders alongside Italian Commanders meeting in the aftermath of the declaration of ceasefire.

Turkish Forces pounded by Italian Artillery hours before the ceasefire.

Exhausted Turkish Soldiers being informed of the ceasefire.

Italian Soldiers relaxing after the end of hostilities.

September 6, 1962: More violence with regards to the German Civil War. This leads to Spiedel's Provisional Government in the Capital: Germania to boost its military strength doubling its fortification and it's manpower. All while declaring their neutrality and waiting to join the declared victor of the Civil War.

Spiedel-affiliated Wehrmacht Soldiers patrolling Germania

Spiedel-affiliated Wehrmacht Soldier in a training drill.
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Ciano Galeazzo and Italo Balbo would go to Washington D.C. where they would discuss the terms of joining the OFN.
August 13, 1962: While in Washington D.C, the motorcade of both Ciano and Balbo is heckled and booed by anti-fascist demonstrators aligned with the Left-NPP and the more radical elements of the Center-NPP along with Greek-Americans who protest Italy's "mutilation" of their home country.
September 1, 1962: With German aid and protection abruptly halting, the collaborationist regime in England begins to slowly crumble. Resistance cells organize and prepare to strike.

September 8, 1962: Intense attacks by the resistance begin in the suburbs of London. The garrison from the entire Greater London region is called to help with the situation.
September 9, 1962: A new Far-Right Faction of the NPP is formed in the United States. The NPP-Fasci is formed and lead by the aging Lawrence Dennis, the Faction consists of mainly Fascist-sympathizing Americans and former Yockey supporters who are disenchanted by Yockey's Pro-German views. Instead the NPP-Fasci seek to copy Italian-styled Fascism as opposed to Yockey's Pro-German Fascist Ideology. The NPP-Fasci was formed in light of Fascist Italy's talks with regards of joining the OFN.

September 10, 1962:
Returning home triumphant as a result of the successful talks between Fascist Italy and the OFN, the leaders Ciano, Balbo and Scorza begin efforts to further cooperation with the OFN. This would include increasing Oil exports to the United States and the OFN nation-states.
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July 15, 1962: The satellite state of Mengjiang launches a new offensive to defeat the Mongol rebellion after being urged to do so by Japanese military advisors.

September 11, 1962: Mengjiang forces close in on the city of Ulaanbaatar, capital and headquarters of the Mongol rebellion. The Battle of Ulaanbaatar begins.

September 12, 1962: Yumjaagiin Tsedenbal, leader of the rebellion, flees the capital together with the rest of the provisional government to Kyzyl in the Svobodnyy Organ.
September 13, 1962: Korean Officers lead by Takagi Masao (Park Chung-hee) within the IJA and the Manchukuo Imperial Army form a hidden opposition. Discontent towards Japan grows within the Korean Officers serving the Japanese and Manchukuo Armies.

As well in occupied Korea, there is already a growing discontent from many Koreans towards Japanese rule.

September 14, 1962: In France, many French Fascist Groups consisting of the PPF, Parti Franciste and RNP/PFNC in a joint effort form a Secret Paramilitary Group called the Secret Army Organization. As well the defected SS Walloon Legion and the SS Charlemagne Legion, also contribute to the formation of the Secret Army Organization.

The group has received backing from the Italians and the Iberians. Even the French State government is aiding them, seeing as Germany doesn't even care about France despite all the claims. So far the groups motives are not clear at the moment. Although they were formed in reaction to the defeat against Burgundy, so it's highly likely they're formed as a means to combat Germany and the Rogue Burgundian SS State.

Flag of the OAS

OAS poster.

Armed OAS Paramilitaries affiliated with Parti Franciste in Marseilles.
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August 25, 1962: The City of Daugavpils lays in smoldering ruins as Meyer-Landrut's forces are given the order to retreat in an effort to shore up defenses in other areas of their zone of control. This is a small and possibly pyrrhic victory for the United Partisan Organization and for Abba Kovner, considering the number of lives lost in the battle and all of the charred husks of what used to be houses and businesses...

September 13, 1962: The Mongol Rebellion is, for all intents and purposes, considered "quashed" by Mengjiang authorities now that the rebel leaders have fled the region.

October 1962: Over the course of this month, skirmishes would occur in the Southern Urals between a group of bandits in Omsk and a group calling itself the "Ural League", with the former striking a significant victory, reaping many spoils and causing a few setbacks to the League's forces. The world outside of the former Soviet Union (and in particular, outside of the Southern Urals) would remain oblivious to many of the developments in the area for many years, but that nonetheless doesn't stop a series of rather fascinating and (on the surface, at least) loosely related events from occurring here.

October 3, 1962: A decision within the courts of the town of Orenburg rules in favor of two refugee women against individuals demanding they be returned to their village to "be punished as per God's will". Civil unions between same-sex couples are now legally tolerated (yet not without controversy) within the city, but whether or not they will survive future challenges from the whims of socially conservative individuals from across the region is to be seen.

(OOC: Take these events wherever you folks wish them to, as always. I'm just trying to be impartial on an "almost anything can happen and nothing is perfect or entirely awful" basis either. I just jumped ahead a little, so feel free to go back to September. My bad.)
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September 19, 1962: Fumimaro Konoe, an old school ultra-conservative Japanese politician, seems to be gaining power and popularity as other major candidates clash for influence with little results.
September 19, 1962: Fumimaro Konoe, an old school ultra-conservative Japanese politician, seems to be gaining power and popularity as other major candidates clash for influence with little results.
October 11, 1962: Fumimaro Konoe's attempts are hindered when a newspaper reveals that Konoe was involved in takagi's scandals.
October 15, 1962: In Turkmenistan, one Saparmurat Niyazov, the head of the ruling party's youth wing, calls for Turkmenistan to adopt a combination of Nazism and Kemalism, like "our Turkic brethren" in a speech which raises his profile in said party.
September 27, 1962: Mass demonstrations by "anti-fascist" demonstrators politically aligned with the Left-NPP and Center-NPP with many Left-NPP and Center-NPP leaders speaking at said protests against President Nixon's foreign policy with its close ties with Fascist Italy turn violent when Italian-Americans, Right-NPP, and NPP-Fasci counter-demonstrations and said anti-fascist demonstrators clash with the police having to break the clashes.
September 30, 1962: Much like Balbo, Scorza is still an ardent Fascist, although his time working with Ciano and Balbo has lead to the softening of Scorza's views. Thus his time spent with working with his rivals Balbo and Ciano have caused the Hardliner to become moderate in his politics, albeit he is still a proud Fascist like Balbo.

That being said, the Second Verona Congress would be commenced by Ciano with the approval of Balbo and Scorza. This Second Verona Congress would focus on the structure of the Fascist State. There would be much debate on whether status quo or change is necessary to ensure the future for Fascism in Italy.

Topics involved in the Second Congress would discuss the issues of Gender, Youth and Religion. As well there would also be talks of a Fascist Republic:
  • Ciano wishes to maintain the Monarchy, since they're a powerful force rivaling the Fascist Government.
  • Scorza wishes to see the abolishing of the Monarchy and a full adoption of Republican characteristics where its a Total Fascist Republic, so as to ensure unrestricted Fascism. Of course both Balbo and Ciano are unwilling to see that happen for it would mean suicide going against the Monarchy.
  • Balbo wishes to establish a Fascist Republic, all while maintaining the Monarchy. That and Balbo is close friends with the current King Umberto of Italy, which he is unwilling to jeopardize. Thus Balbo seeks a Fascist Republic under a Constitutional Monarchy as a means of appeasing both Fascist and Monarchist. Where Fascist Italy would adopt a Republican Structure as well calling Fascist Italy a Fascist Republic, all while letting the King and the Monarchists maintain their positions/status.

The kind of Reforms that are being debated for under Fascism.

The issues of Gender, Youth and Religion under Fascism.

Flag proposed for the Fascist Republic. This flag was proposed by both Scorza and Balbo.
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October 11, 1962: Fumimaro Konoe's attempts are hindered when a newspaper reveals that Konoe was involved in takagi's scandals.
As a result of this, Kouichi Kido, the current front-runner in the IRAA, secures a stronger power base with many seeing him as Japan's next Prime Minister (again).
October 2, 1962: The Second Verona Conference sees a small degree of opening-up the one-party state in Italy as while the PNF remains the sole legal party in Italy, elections for the Chamber of Deputies are opened to independent candidates as part of an agreement between Ciano, Scorza and Balbo wherein the three agree to some democratization within the framework of a fascist system.

OOC: See the Tangwai in Taiwan, the independents in the 1989 Soviet Legislative Elections, and the "non-endorsed" candidates in Japan's 1942 Diet Elections for good OTL analogies for the system being adopted here.