If you turned Churchill into a fat slob with no redeeming qualities, I don't even want to imagine what kind of hideous abomination you're going to make out of Goering...
 
If you turned Churchill into a fat slob with no redeeming qualities, I don't even want to imagine what kind of hideous abomination you're going to make out of Goering...
I mean this TL's Mussolini looks already more delusional and unstable than his OTL counterpart so i seriously doubt Goering's characterisation is going to be pretty
 
On that note - if the tradition of repurposed historical figures continues, will we be seeing OTL IJA/IJN members like Yamashita or Tamon Yamaguchi showing up in Holy Nippon? I On the other hand, Japan has been heavily altered (and a large number of people purged) by the forced absorption into the RU's fascist sphere under Custer, so I could see the argument that OTL figures wouldn't exist.
 
Are we going to see more trench warfare in the Rhineland, or will someone launch a version of the Blitzkrieg? I'm sure the idea exists ITTL. Ironically, France might be in a better position to wage mechanized warfare than the Germans, since they're likely to be more industrialized than either Austria or the Bund.
 
On that note - if the tradition of repurposed historical figures continues, will we be seeing OTL IJA/IJN members like Yamashita or Tamon Yamaguchi showing up in Holy Nippon? I On the other hand, Japan has been heavily altered (and a large number of people purged) by the forced absorption into the RU's fascist sphere under Custer, so I could see the argument that OTL figures wouldn't exist.
If they are included then they’ll have completely different bakes considering that Japanese is now illegal.
 
"I believe Peter II may well be the very same Antichrist prophesied by the Bible and the Books of Manifest Destiny. It takes little imagination to see Adolf as the Beast and Evola as the False Prophet.
My my my, how things change.
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He accomplished his goal of uniting his people one last time in the face of adversity.
"He (Napoleon V)... uniting his people one last time..." That can't be a good sign.
 
He (Napoleon V)... uniting his people one last time..." That can't be a good sign.
Two possibilities:
1) The Supercatholics end up winning the war

2)France wins the war but in the end it loses its hegemony over the european continent as a result of the economic crisis and the violent conflict.
Not only France is forced to leave parts of its colonial empire, but its authority is also challenged by other countries like Russia and/or the League of Tsars
 
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Two possibilities:
1) The Supercatholics end up wimning the war

2)France wins the war but in the end it loses its hegemony over the european continent as a result of the economic crisis and tge violent conflict.
Not only France is forced to leave parts of its colonial empire, but its authority is also challenged by other countries like Russia and/or the League of Tsars
3) The war end up being a stalemate and the Supercatholics, Illuminists and Bonapartes end up a stand-off that drifts in favor of the former
 
Speaking of Napoleon V, his restoration of order in Sicily was described as the imposition of a Lord Protectorate. Not, you know, a Kingdom. Seems to imply that Napoleon considers the future status of Europa negotiable, or has been forced into that conclusion by factors which have escaped his control.

Spain's loyalty is admirable, but it's an open question as to how deep it runs. The generation that got firebombed in Barcelona in the last Great War are now adults. Who knows what they'll do now?
 
Speaking of Napoleon V, his restoration of order in Sicily was described as the imposition of a Lord Protectorate. Not, you know, a Kingdom. Seems to imply that Napoleon considers the future status of Europa negotiable, or has been forced into that conclusion by factors which have escaped his control.

Spain's loyalty is admirable, but it's an open question as to how deep it runs. The generation that got firebombed in Barcelona in the last Great War are now adults. Who knows what they'll do now?
Illuminist Catalonia?
 
Spain's loyalty is admirable, but it's an open question as to how deep it runs. The generation that got firebombed in Barcelona in the last Great War are now adults. Who knows what they'll do now?
Maybe this will cause the creation of the 0.2 version of the Tripartite Empire?
I can see either Napoleon V or his descendentants giving more indipence to the catalonians and the spanish to avoid further rebellions and recalling the Empire of Europa something like " The Tripartite Empire Of France, Spain and Catalonia".

Also what's going in Sardinia? What is its position on the whole situation?
 
5) Right after the war ends in victory for Europa Napoleon V dies then Empress Napoleon I establishes the “European Totalitarianism” mentioned in earlier chapters
6) The Socialist People's Kingdom Of Ireland overruns them all and liberates the continent for " King, Country, And The Common Man!" BREAK THE CHAINS!!!

A war between Europa and the New HRE could also be an unexpected boon to the likes of Germania and the Netherlands, as distracted Paris means they they can unify or expand their influence on the continent. That or a Napoleon desperate for allies could buy them off to his side with the promise to look the other way
 
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