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A list of Roman Emperors from the excellent game Despise Not Death by True Whig over on Shared Worlds
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World of the Continued United Front
* Second Sino-Japanese War
* Chinese Leaders, 20s and 30s

* Map: Asia after the Second Sino-Japanese War, around 1940
* Sino-Soviet Relations, 1930s to 1950s
* United States Politics, to 1960

* Indochina and the Second Indochina War
* Indonesia, 1965 to 1989
* Russia, 1990s and 2000s

1930 saw the consolidation of several different communist parties and organizations within French Indochina, and the formation of the Indochinese Communist Party, for a united struggle against French imperialism. From the start, party leader Ho Chi Minh sought to cultivate positive relations with both the Chinese and Soviet Communist Parties. Even with foreign support, it wasn't until the 1940s that the Indochinese communists saw major successes, however.

The Japanese State's control over Indochina did not last long - the attempt to use the territory as a springboard to launch the Third Sino-Japanese War (after the loss of Korea in the previous war) was not particularly successful, and the third war was over sooner than the second, with less loss to China. But the Japanese seizure of Indochina did significantly weaken the central authority in Indochina, giving Ho Chi Minh an opportunity to increase his influence in opposition to Japanese rule. The end of the war saw Franco-British intervention to restore French rule, but the French rule over Indochina would never be as strong as it had been, and while the Chinese reluctantly pulled out of the north after significant diplomatic pressure, they left Ho Chi Minh's forces significant amounts of supplies, and would continue to give covert aid

The First Indochina War lasted nearly a decade, and saw How Chi Minh's communists transforming from insurgents in the countryside to a force that was able to hold its own and defeat the French in a pitched battle in the field, at Dien Bien Phu. That victory severely weakened the French forces - France would soon pull out from Indochina. The end of French involvement did not end the conflict, however. The Americans, having shifted to a very hawkish stance and wishing to prevent Indochina from following China and Korea and leading to a domino-style collapse of Southeast Asia to communism, began to increase their support for the capitalist South Indochinese government opposing Ho Chi Minh's northern communists. American involvement began in the 1950s with some military advisors and logistic support, but by the 1960s the US had a major direct military presence in the region

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Despite a significant intervention by the 1960s, American and South Indochinese forces made little progress against the north - American tactics and strategy have been criticized from many directions in the years after the war. The war began to generate greater and greater opposition among the American public. Revelations of government dishonesty regarding the war also boosted dissent with the war. By the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Americans shifted to a policy of "Indochinization", to reduce American direct involvement in the war and give the South Indochinese regime greater responsibility for their own defense, focusing more on training and equipping the South Indochinese forces than direct combat involvement of American forces. This strategy saw a partial reversal in the final years of the war, however

While youth and student activism saw a sizable opposition to the war within the United States, China had a different experience. For the past few decades, the Chinese communists had generally pursued a cautious and gradualist approach to domestic and foreign policy, emulating the Leninist NEP and state capitalism rather than immediate socialization, pursuing gradual social reforms, and seeking trade with both the Soviets and the West while attempting to avoid conflict with either bloc. But the late 1960s and early 1970s saw a sizable protest movement in China, particularly among youth, students, and intellectuals, in support of an acceleration of domestic socialist reform as well as a more robust foreign policy to support the revolution abroad. In the final years of the war, the Chinese leadership shifted on the issue, enacting a major buildup of forces in the region and intervening directly on behalf of the North Indochinese, culminating in the 1972-1973 offensive that saw Sino-Indochinese forces capture Saigon and Phnom Penh, ending the war. Chinese relations with the West saw a significant decline, and the Soviets, always weary of the independent-minded Chinese, felt some concern over the flexing of Chinese power, but finally, after decades of war, Indochina was independent and united

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For the rest of the Cold War, the Indochinese largely continued Ho Chi Minh's strategy of seeking positive relations with both the Soviets and Chinese, while remaining independent of both spheres. With the fall of the Soviet Union, however, and the end of Russian aid, the Indochinese more closely aligned themselves with China. Though a bit poorer than China and Korea, the Indochinese have seen an economic recovery after the early 1990s. Indochina now largely follows the "Nanjing Consensus", some in the country grumble at claims that the country has become a "client state" of China like Korea did (and the country is the most independent-minded of the core Chinese allies, still), but the countries have nonetheless seen a growing level of economic, diplomatic, and cultural integration since the end of the Cold War, and much of the people of Indochina appear content with this state of affairs
 
So on the TV show American Dad!, Stan Smith cloned 20th President of the United States James Abram Garfield back to life in the episode Garfield and Friends back in 2016.

Garfield would later become the Mayor of Langley Falls, Virginia in 2018 in the episode Railroaded after being chosen by Stan Smith to replace him after his brief mayorship with Smith being a puppet to Roger, who imprisoned everyone in town in the Shark's Nest football stadium. At the end of the episode, Stan Smith would try to reappoint the previous Mayor of Langley Falls, Alan Woodside, but it was reveled that he was stabbed to death (off-screen) in the stadium and after passing over Al Tuttle, appointed Garfield as the new mayor.

Here's an infobox I made a short time ago. It's kinda crappy and the "Revived through cloning in 2016" mark should be below his death date, but the infobox screw up on that. Well anyways, here's the James Abram Garfield infobox.

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Ironically, back when I still had my Sandboxes, my James Garfield infobox was one of the three infoboxes for American Dad! that I had on hand (the other two being for Stan Smith and Mayor Alan Woodside). I'm glad I was able to remake Garfield's, though I wish it turned out a bit better.

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I've got an infobox about a fictional town out in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States created that I'm gonna share tomorrow morning.
Well, as I promised yesterday, there's the infobox I made. It's a small town in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States and it's show has been airing on Comedy Central since 1997. Without further ado here's:

South Park, Colorado

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Notes:
[1]:
Sorry if the South Park town flag comes off as offensive, it's the flag that the town has been using since 2000 (Chef Goes Nanners). However, it's less offensive than what came before it.
[2]: The infobox screwed up on the population. The South Park Wiki mentions that the town has around 4,388 people living in it but the infobox screwed up with the 2019 estimate and it says that only 787 people live there. Even though the town has had many disaster and incidents over the years, I highly doubt the population would have gone down significantly.
[3]: Mayor McDaniels in the show to my knowledge does not have a first name. I checked the South Park Wiki and it just says Mayor McDaniels. Wikipedia for some reason on the List of recurring South Park characters article mentions her first name as Mary, I don't think this is accurate but I just went with it to give her a first name.
[4]: Just pretend that the famous South Park sign is the town seal.
[5]: The town is probably bigger than 1.16 square miles, but do to me reusing an actual town from Colorado's infobox while making the infobox, the old info remained intact.
[6]: The motto is seen on police cars. Wheather this is the Park County' Police's motto or the town of South Park is beyond me.
 
1924

In 1928, Americans were somewhat tired of President Pershing. His authoritarian leanings wore thin, and Americans were tired of not being able to drink to the great economy. Pershing also was tired and abided to the two term tradition.

Both parties saw long, drawn out Convention fights that resulted in Dark Horse candidates named Albert. The Democrats compromised by selecting Albert Ritchie. Maryland’s long-standing Governor was somewhat Progressive at a state level, but stubbornly opposed federal interference, including Prohibition. The Republican Convention spat out New Mexico Senator Albert Fall, whose vague ideological conservatism was far less important than his seedy ties with moneyed interests and party insiders.

The strong economy initially gave Fall a wide lead. But an emerging farming crisis allowed Ritchie to make inroads in the Southwest and Midwest. Meanwhile revelations about massive corruption during Fall’s career as a Senator, which sways some reform types to Ritchie’s side. The end result is close, but Ritchie pulls it out.

He looks forward to a term or two of ensuring the Federal Government stays out of people’s hair.

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1924

In 1928, Americans were somewhat tired of President Pershing. His authoritarian leanings wore thin, and Americans were tired of not being able to drink to the great economy. Pershing also was tired and abided to the two term tradition.

Both parties saw long, drawn out Convention fights that resulted in Dark Horse candidates named Albert. The Democrats compromised by selecting Albert Ritchie. Maryland’s long-standing Governor was somewhat Progressive at a state level, but stubbornly opposed federal interference, including Prohibition. The Republican Convention spat out New Mexico Senator Albert Fall, whose vague ideological conservatism was far less important than his seedy ties with moneyed interests and party insiders.

The strong economy initially gave Fall a wide lead. But an emerging farming crisis allowed Ritchie to make inroads in the Southwest and Midwest. Meanwhile revelations about massive corruption during Fall’s career as a Senator, which sways some reform types to Ritchie’s side. The end result is close, but Ritchie pulls it out.

He looks forward to a term or two of ensuring the Federal Government stays out of people’s hair.

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Have you sone a similar scenario before by chance? I couldve sworn I have seen a 1928 Ritchie vs Fall Presidential Election before so if you havent it is a rather funny coincidence
 
Me: Clicks on the link and takes a look.
Me a moment or two later: Oh, what'cha know?

I assume either Pedro Orochi stole the infobox from Oppo (shame on him if he did) or he made his own very similar to the one Oppo made a while back. Either way, this is quite interesting.
Pedro Orochi stole both infoboxes. Not only are both infoboxes exactly the same infoboxes as the original ones, the names of the images are the same as the names of the original images. This is quite interesting, and I am sure the moderators will be quite interested as well.
 
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