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Pax Napoleonica Media and Artworks

This page serves as a collection of various media, artworks and trivia appearing in the Pax Napoleonica timeline.

Politics, war, culture, literature and various statistics

A list of European monarchs in the Pax Napoleonica TL, courtesy of Zach

A statistical overview of the participants of The Great War, courtesy of Zach

A casualty chart for The Great War, courtesy of Zach

An additional list of Polish monarchs and a transcript of a speech by general Morchenko, courtesy of Zach and Hamburger

A book review of the biography "The Third Napoleon : His Life and Times" by Anthony Toobis, courtesy of Zach

"Phoenix : The Rise of A New Prussia", a book by Prussian political ideologue Julius Fromm (cover), courtesy of Zach

"Phoenix : The Rise of A New Prussia", a book by Prussian political ideologue Julius Fromm (page with dedication), courtesy of Zach

"Phoenix : The Rise of A New Prussia", a book by Prussian political ideologue Julius Fromm (beginning of the first chapter), courtesy of Zach

The structure of the government in Zavtraist Russia, courtesy of Zach

List of US presidents (1789-1933), courtesy of Vosem

Images of the Prussian army during The Second Great War, courtesy of Zach

The bombing of Breslau during the Battle of Breslau in 1937, courtesy of Zach

The Battle of Batanes in the Pacific (1937) (OTL photo from the Pacific theatre of WWII)

Russian columns advance deeper into the Balkan Peninsula, courtesy of Zach

Turkish soldiers advance to the front to meet the Russian threat (1938) (OTL photo of Turkish cavalrymen)

An excerpt from Warren McMillan's non-fiction book "Morchenko's Wars"

Peruvian artillerymen in the South American theatre of The Second Great War (OTL photo from the Chaco War)

A Prussian tankman surrenders to the Allies as West Prussia crumbles (OTL photo of surrendering WWII German tankman)

Russian soldiers train for the Allied invasion (OTL photo)

Second Great War Memorial on the outskirts of Paris


Maps

Europe in 1813 (after the Peace of Paris), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1813 (after Napoleon's victory), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1813 (updated version), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1848

The territorial expansion and growing influence of Westphalia (1807-1900), courtesy of Zach

Political map of North America after the American Civil War, courtesy of Zach

Political map of South America at the turn of the 19th and 20th century, courtesy of Zach

Political map of Africa in the year 1900, courtesy of Zach

The World in 1900 (on the eve of The Great War), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1900 (updated map), courtesy of Zach

The Great War alliance system (red = The Sixth Coalition; blue = The Continental Alliance), courtesy of Zach

Europe in 1900 (on the eve of The Great War), courtesy of Zach

The Russian attempts at an amphibious assault on Constantinople during the Great War, courtesy of Zach

Major British Offensives and Battle in the Invasion of Spain (1901-1902), courtesy of Zach

The Aftermath of the Great War (Europe in 1905), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1913, courtesy of Zach

The Korean War (1926-1928), courtesy of Zach

The World in 1935 (on the eve of The Second Great War), courtesy of Zach

Europe in 1935 (on the eve of The Second Great War), courtesy of Zach

An animated map of the Second Great War, courtesy of Zach

The Middle East after the end of The Second Great War, courtesy of Zach

Extent of Japanese conquests in August 1938, courtesy of Zach

Major battles of the Chishima Islands Campaign (1940), courtesy of Zach

Political map of Europe in 1944, courtesy of Zach

Political map of the Middle East in 1944, courtesy of Zach


Flags

Propaganda and adverts

Historical personalities

French general Jean-Andoche Junot

Manuel de Godoy, later King Manuel I of Southern Lusitania

Spanish king Alfonso XII.

Spanish king Alfonso XIII.

Klaus Putzkanner, Westphalian philosopher and one of the founders of the analogue of OTL Marxism (OTL photo of August Bebel)

Russian scholar and philosopher Alexander Fedorov, a close friend of Putzkanner, who helped lay the foundations of the Equalitarian movement in Russia (based on a modified version of Putzkanner's political philosophy) (OTL photo of writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov)

Konstantin Vlasov, protégé and colleague of Alexander Fedorov, popular pro-Equalitarian activist (OTL photo of Alexander Blok)

Yuri Borazkovsky, the interim leader of the Russian Equality Front (OTL photo of Lev Kamenev)

Viktor Ilyukhin, Russian general and leader of the People’s Republic of Russia (OTL photo of Felix Dzerzhinsky)

Russian general Anton Morchenko, the founder of Zavtraism (OTL photo of Polish marshal Edward Śmigły-Rydz)

Sven Lund, leader of the Swedish Framtidspartiet, self-appointed Chancellor of the Kingdom of Sweden and Morchenko's ally (OTL photo of Swedish Nazi sympathizer Konrad Hallgren)

Ngo Duc, Vietnamese leader of a pro-Japanese faction in the Empire of Indochina, who sought to overthrow the French-backed monarchy

General Francisco Herrera, dictator of Quito, hand-picked successor of Raul Castillo

General Benito Posada, dictator of Peru, ally of Francisco Herrera

President of the United States Stephan Devereux (Democrat)

President of the United States Walter Kirkwood (Republican, photo from 1927)

President of the United States Walter Kirkwood (Republican, photo from 1933)

Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary and King of Czechia Rudolf I in a 1928 portrait

Emperor Franz Karl II of Austria-Hungary-Bohemia in an earlier portrait

Post-Second Great War US president Kenneth C. Minton

Confederate congressional candidate Sanford Tarbell (giving a speech in favor of a stronger national government to a crowd of disgruntled white workers)

Emperor Hector I of Mexico during the early years of his reign (OTL painting of Hawaiian king David Kalakaua)

Empress Sofia II of Mexico (OTL photo of the first Brazilian Miss Universe, Ieda Maria Vargas)


Known political parties of the TL

UK

Britain United and First Party (founded after the Napoleonic defeat, a nationalist and anti-French party)

France

Mouvement des Citoyens et de l'Empereur (MCE, “Citizen and Emperor Movement”, royalist/patriotic/centrist Party, founded in 1947)

Parti equalite (“Equality Party”, left-wing, founded in the late 1940s)

Republique solidaire (“United Republic”, liberal/centrist, founded in the late 1940s by a group of reform-oriented members of the French legislature)

Citoyens pour une Italie libre (“Citizens for a Free Italy”, minority party of the empire's Italians, founded in 1952)

various small parties of French Empire's nationalities (along ethnic and linguistic lines, e.g. German, Dutch, Italian, and Basque, all post-1946)

Prussia

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Sweden

Framtidspartiet (“Future Party”, Zavtraist, Russian ally in Sweden)

Russia

Russian Social Labor Party (RSLP, left-wing)

Russian Equality Front (successor of the RSLP, communist)

Russian Communist Party (small left-wing party, ally of the REF)

Party for Mother Russia (Morchenko's Zavtraist party)

Russian Social Party (rump remnant of the RSLP)

USA

Federalist Party

Democratic Party

Liberty Party (a splinter group of the Democrats)

Republican Party (founded in the aftermath of the civil war)

CSA

Whig Party

National Party

Freedom Party (abolitionist party)

Empire of Argentina

Traditionalists (centrist to right-wing party, conservatives and middle class)

Labor (centrist party, legal unions and industrial workers)

Popular People's Movement (left-wing party, lower/poorer classes)

Republic of Quito

The Party of Forward Movement (the only one allowed, essentially Zavtraist)

Progress Party

Republic of Peru

an unnamed Zavtraist national party

Partido de la gente (“People’s Party”)

Liberty and Catholic Party

Republic of Gran Colombia

Popular Movement for Equality (left-wing)

Patriotic Front (right-wing)


Easter Eggs

The TL includes several injokes.

After the Confederate States of America achieve permanent independence, one of the political parties that form in the latter half of the 19th century is the “Freedom Party”. It fights for the abolition of slavery and full emancipation of blacks and various minorities. This is obviously an ironic jab at Harry Turtledove's Southern Victory (TL-191) series, in which the “Freedom Party” was an allohistorical analogue of the Nazi party and, accordingly, perpetrated a holocaust on all black citizens of the Confederacy.

The surname of the ATL US president from the early 20th century who features prominently in the TL - Walter Kirkwood - is a nod to to the subdivision of the same name that Zach grew up in.


timelines/pax_napoleonica_media_and_artworks.txt · Last modified: 2016/08/01 19:59 by petike