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  1. The persecution of Christians in the USSR and the others communist regimes was recognized as Genocide

    According to historians, the persecution of Christianity in the Soviet Union and by the Communists as a whole was the bloodiest in human history - in fact, according to some historians, more people died for the Christian faith in the 20th century than at any time before since the emergence of...
  2. Basedwanger

    AHC: Perfect Stalin?

    A small challenge for y’all but also a definitely-not-big question for a commie like me, what if Stalin was an extremely wholesome sane man? Heck, forget it, what if Stalin not only lived over 100 years, but also guide the USSR to become a literal beast of a nation? One example of this came from...
  3. WI: Kazakhstan never left the Soviet Union

    IOTL Kazakhstan was the last Soviet Republic to declare independence from the USSR. So what would happen if they simply decide to continue the legacy of the Soviet Union, but in Kazakhstan ? And maybe integrate Kyrgyzstan back as an autonomous province. How will this change Central Asia and the...
  4. Asian Theater of a Cold War Hot Scenario

    I’m not decided on a particular TL but the something in the 60s could be interesting. My best guess would be fighting would would be funneled into Korea due to it “sore thumb” like nature for both sides. Beyond that IDK. Let me know if this has been discussed before. Also please let me know if...
  5. The Century of the Common Men - A Henry Wallace and USSR wank poll TL
    Threadmarks: Convention time, 1

    Convention time, 1944 Despite the DNC's best efforts and slander, FDR insisted. Wallace was not only a trusted politician, but a personal friend of Roosevelt and his family, and he would not fire a friend of his from the ticket. As FDR's health waned Wallace would stay by his side. The...
  6. Crisis in the Kremlin - Our 1988 USSR
    Threadmarks: Chapter Twenty Two: The Moscow Summit and Andreeva's debut (January 1988 - August 1988)

    Chapter Twenty Two: The Moscow Summit and Andreeva's debut (January 1988 - August 1988) In May 1988 a major change occurred at the one of the highest levels of Soviet politics, although with little real effect. Second General Secretary Dinmukhamed Kunaev finally left his post, following on from...
  7. Photos of Red Alert: A C&C Media Thread

    A Soviet soldier watching forced laborers near Athens clearing debris. Local communist officials helped run the Greek capital for the Soviets before the liberation of Greece. Many Athenian writers, singers, professors, and others in similar professions were purged by the NKVD and dumped into...
  8. PC/WI: 1996 Russian Mars Landing

    I'm not an expert on the Soviet space program so I'll keep it short and simple. Let's say that the Soviets invest more into the space program and their Mars missions, and in 1984 General Secretary Chernenko declares that in the next decade the USSR would put a man on Mars. If we assume that...
  9. WI Cold War between capitalist Russia AND capitalist USA

    the European map is the same as normal iron curtain times. Also yes china goes capitalist because neither the USA nor Russia would allow it to be communist (nor a bunch of other powers) make your own ideas for if it’s democratic Russia/china or dictatorship. The countrys hate each other because...
  10. -Project National Glory- Taiwan's reinvasion of the mainland and constructing a feasable timeline

    Hello everyone, I'm new to posting here. And I've been developing a timeline that involves a major event, a North-South China divide/continuation of the Chinese Civil war. From what I've got the TL has some significant key-events changed a few years before in the 40s and 50s, that lead to a...
  11. Development of Neoliberalism with a surviving USSR?

    (If this is in the wrong thread, I apologize, the butterflies that I'm asking about here might be less than 20 years ago, till at least the GFC, so if this more suited for Political Chat or something, is it okay if the mods can move it please? Thanks. Sorry.) If you just want to get to my...
  12. How long would the Soviet Union last without Socialism in One Country?

    Yes, I am aware that the policy was almost inevitable as a means for the USSR to survive. But let’s suppose whoever succeeds Lenin is extremely dogmatic and remains committed to a worldwide revolution. They refuse to establish diplomatic relations with bourgeoise regimes and continue to support...
  13. WI: The Russian Constituent Assembly isn't abolished?

    On November 25th 1917 Russia held what is generally considered to be it's first free election (though some districts held theirs around two months later) when 46m Russians cast their vote for the Russian Constituent Assembly. The results were as followed... 767 seats total. 384 needed for a...
  14. WI: Operation Downfall Succeeded

    Would have South Japan and North Japan Divided instead West Germany and East Germany? Would have Anime, Manga and Light Novel Never Exist? Would Have South and North Japan Reunification instead West Germany and East Germany Reunification 1990? Would Have Soviet Invaded Korea? Would Kuomintang...
  15. TheDoofusUser

    AHC : Communist Bloc Democratizes by the 1970s

    The Cold War of OTL was a dangerous time that saw a lot of proxy wars between the United States, the beacon of Democracy and Capitalism, and the USSR, the Hegemon of Communism. It wouldn't be until the 1980s that the US finally won the Cold War in effect with the USSR and the Warsaw pact...
  16. TheDoofusUser

    AHC : Have the USSR remain a viable threat to NATO in the 80s, leading to a Conventional WW3

    In our timeline, the USSR, after years of being the main rival of the United States, fell into economic and technological stagnation and soon that evolved into military stagnation with Afghanistan as Nixon was able to further divide Russia and China with his 1972 trip to China. Eventually, the...
  17. AHC-WI : Everything goes wrong in the Eastern Front for the Axis in WW2
    Threadmarks: The Premise

    What would be the consequence IF everything that can go wrong GOES wrong for the Germans and their allies in Operation Barbarossa and after? What if they CANNOT even reach cities like Vilnius, Minsk or Khmelnytskyi ?
  18. SingularityG3

    Glorious Dawn: The Two Paths of Spaceflight
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1 - Seeking Remote Globes

    Chapter 1 - Seeking Remote Globes “It is a plain road from the Earth to the stars, though mortal feet cannot tread it.” September 6, 1958 - South Atlantic Ocean The USS Norton Sound, having left the Californian port of Hueneme last month, now remains stationary amidst the frigid waves...
  19. WI Japan developed the bomb? Tripolar Cold War!

    What if Japan invented and used the Bomb on an American possession in the Pacific before the US could bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Let's say this happens after the Nazis surrender, so Japan drops the bomb between May and August 1945. Probably on Hawaii; I doubt Japan would have been able to get...
  20. TheDoofusUser

    WI : Hardliner, Not Reformer, Succeeds Brezhnev in 74/75?

    So, in our timeline, Breznev led the USSR as Premier until his death in 82, dying at the age of 76. However, he seemingly started to go senile in 72-74 and would eventually be succeeded by a proto-reformer in Andropov (I think he was, but I'm not 100% sure) and it was the Brezhnev years would...
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