Photos of the New Order

I feel like he would be Fascist since he was not that extreme to be a hardcore racist Nazi.
Good Point.
Arriaga would not accept to rule a puppet state, he was a hardcore salazarist.
Good point, but all leave him as the puppet of Germany just because I can't think of anyone better.
You know... This made me wonder: The Divine Mandate and Father Man have a habit of comparing all the other warlords that they fight against with Biblical villains. Most notably, they will compare Yagoda to the Pharaoh; Sablin to Simon the Sorcerer; Rodzaevsky to Haman the Agagite; Matkovsky to the Serpent; Mikhail II to King Belshazzar; And Taboritsky with both Nebuchadnezzar and the Antichrist.

Here, you have him also comparing Tomsk and its Salon system with King Solomon; Zhukov with Goliath, and Yeltsin with Caesar.

I wonder what he might compared all the other warlords not listed here with?

Off the top of my head, I imagine that he might compare Bukharina with Delilah; Omsk with Abimelchk; And Despotist Stalina with Queen Jezebel.
Those are good choices for the Father's Biblical analogies. In terms of my ideas, Father Janis Mendriks could be the Good Samaritan, Marian Spychalski could be Moses (as he would be seen as the Moses of the Poles), Vasily Blokhin could be Pilate and Oskar Dirlewanger could be Cain.
It's kind of a reach, but maybe WerBell would be the money changers in the temple?
I actually think thats a good analogy for the Father to use.
Will how Liberal Komi can integrate elements of the Tsarist officer corps be incorporated here, @Zoidberg12?
Good idea, in the next update, I'll have Komi integrate elements of the Tsarist officer corps which were previously imprisoned by the ROA.
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For a Free Russia: A CMR-Komi Unification Canon

Part Two
The Russian Free Republic
In the first few years after the founding of the West Russian Free Republic, President Alexei Kosygin and his government began to consolidate their rule and over and integrate the residents of their new territories in the west of Russia. The West Russian Free Republic was based on the principles of political pluralism, anti-extremism, equal rights for all citizens, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and the overall principles of liberalism and liberal democracy. For the many long oppressed and impoverished souls of western Russia, from the peasants of Vyatka, the slaves of the Brotherhood and the villagers of the tundra of the Revolutionary Front, all became aware of their new place in a democratic society. After the failed democratic experiment of President Alexander Kerensky in 1917, and even with the challenges of integrating the new citizens of Russia and making them productive members of the society of the republic, it seemed as if democracy in Russia was about to flourish once and for all.

As for the fate of General Vlasov, the KONR and the ROA high command, all were put on trail by the West Russian government and military from August to November, 1965 for treason against the Russian nation and people and for collaboration with the Greater Germanic Reich. Meanwhile, the remnants of the general staff and officer corps of the Tsarist army of the Principality of Vyatka, most of which had been imprisoned by the KONR and ROA, were released from imprisonment and integrated into the Russian Republican Army after swearing oaths of loyalty to the government of the West Russian Free Republic. In regards to the Syktyvkar Trails against the KONR and ROA, on November 25, 1965, Andrei Vlasov, Sergei Bunyachenko, Mikhail Okhtan, Constantine Kromiadi and many other high ranking generals and officers in the ROA were all found guilty by the judges of the military tribunal and sentenced to death by hanging. On the other hand, Miletiy Zykov, along with other KONR assemblymen and lower-ranking officers, were sentenced to ten years in prison for political rehabilitation. As for the men that had been sentenced to death, Vlasov the first among them, they were all executed by hanging in the courtyard of the main prison in Syktyvkar on December 31, New Year's Eve, 1965, their corpses then stripped, cremated and the ashes scattered over the Sysola River by the executioners of the newly-renamed Russian Republican Army.


Vlasov and other men of the KONR and ROA during the Syktyvkar Trails, September,1965​

The first victory for President Alexei Kosygin after the establishment of the West Russian Free Republic were the Russo-Finnish negotiations at the Viipuri Conference of 1966, which took place between the West Russian government of President Kosygin and the Finnish government of President and General Karl Lennart Oesch. After days of negotiations that lasted from March 9 to March 27, 1966, Onega was annexed into the West Russian Republic Republic. with General Vladimir Kirpichnikov being allowed to live in peace as a private citizen. While many generals and officers of the Anti-Communist Volunteer Guard joined the ranks of the West Russian Republican Army, Kirpichnikov politely declined to do so and decided to retire from public life in his home in Onega, where he lived in obscurity until his death at the age of 104 in 2007. The next victory for Kosygin came with the West Russian elections of 1966, held from January to August. In the elections, President Alexei Kosygin was re-elected in a landslide victory against the social democratic DSNP of the newcomer Alexander Yakolev and the center-right PSD of Svetlana Stalina, and thus had a solid mandate from the West Russian citizens to pursue his aims.

Outside of the Republic, democracy was blossoming in other parts of Russia as well. In Western Siberia, Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky of the Ural Military District had unified the region under the rule of the aforementioned military state, thus establishing the West Siberian Military District on January 9, 1966. In the West Siberian elections of 1966, the pro-democracy LRP of Boris Yelstin won against the incumbent General Pavel Batov, which led to President Yelstin establishing the West Siberian Republic, a new democratic state in Russia and the second democratic state to exist in contemporary Russia, and the third democratic state to exist in all of Russian history, on April 30, 1966. Almost immediately, the West Russian Free Republic under President Kosygin and the West Siberian Republic under Boris Yelstin began to develop very cordial relations and engaged in a large amount of diplomatic dialogue, as the WRFR and the WSR were the only truly democratic states to exist in Russia. These developments would have much greater implications in the future. Outside of Western Russia and West Siberia, President Alexander Pokryshkin of the plutocraitc and authoritarian-democratic Federation of Novosibirsk and Barnaul unified Central Siberia as the Central Siberian Federation on November 1, 1964, while Premier Valery Sablin of the Libertarian Socialist and Leninist Buryatian ASSR unified the Russian Far East as the Far Eastern Soviet Republic on August 28, 1965.


Boris Yelstin
In 1966, Russia was not the only post-Soviet nation to be blessed by democracy. On July 6, after over four years of internecine warfare amongst the warlords of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Pavlodar led by President Sabit Mukanov, the only democratic state in Kazakhstan, had managed to unify the entirety of the ex-Soviet nation, with the last war being against the dictatorship of Aktobe led by the ethnically Ukrainian general Nikolai Onoprienko, who committed suicide after the fall of his warlord state. With another democratic republic in the former Soviet Union, the West Russian Free Republic began to establish diplomatic channels with the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the two nations began to grow closer develop friendly relations and grow together in the coming years.


Sabit Mukanov​

In 1967, President Kosygin and the government of the West Russian Free Republic decided that the time had come to resolve a pressing issue, this being the issue of the statlets of the southern Urals, the Ural League led by the Latvian Catholic priest Father Jānis Mendriks and Orenburg led by Aleksander Burba. While the Komi Republic Army had began planning for an invasion of the southern Ural statelets of the Ural League and Orenburg, President Kosygin advocated instead for a peaceful solution to the issue of the south Ural states and for a negotiated and peaceful integration of the Ural League and Orenburg into the West Russian Free Republic. After months of investments and after the Ural League and Orenburg became satellite states of the West Russian Free Republic, on November 1, 1968, the Ural League and Orenburg were both officially annexed into the West Russian Free Republic.

With the start of the new year of 1969, President Kosygin began to prepare for his next and final great act as President, the unification of the West Russian Free Republic and the West Siberian Republic. On New Year's Day, 1969, diplomatic negations began between the governments of the West Russian Free Republic and the West Siberian Republic for the eventual unification of the two democratic Russian Republics into one, stronger nation. a prospect that President Boris Yelstin was very much open towards for the good of the Russian nation. After many diplomatic talks in the respective capital cities of Syktyvkar and Sverdlovsk, the final West Russian Unification Conference took place in the West Russian capital of Syktyvkar starting on June 10, 1969. After weeks of final negotiations, it was decided that the West Siberian Republic would be integrated into the much-stronger West Russian Free Republic, with Boris Yelstin and the Liberal-Conservative LRP joining the political establishment of the Republic. On July 29, 1969, after six long months of negotiations, the accords of the conference were signed by both parties and the West Siberian Republic of President Boris Yelstin was peacefully integrated into the West Russian Free Republic, which was then renamed the Russian Free Republic (Российская Свободная Республика/Rossiyskaya Svobodnaya Respublika).

Not long after the Russo-West Siberian unification, President Kosygin, who began to suffer from increasingly poor health, announced that he would not be running in the upcoming elections for the presidency of the republic and that he would eventually resign from his role as leader of the SMR. Kosygin's eventual successor as leader of the SMR and the party's candidate in the upcoming elections was Konstantin Fedorovich Katushev, a former member of the government of the Gorky Tank Brigade and a protégé of Kosygin who had a meteoritic rise within the ranks of the party ever since the foundation of the republic in 1965. In the elections of 1970, the first elections to be held after the unification with West Siberia, held from July to November, Konstantin Katushev of the SMR was elected President of the Free Russian Republic and once again managed to defeat both Yakolev of the DSNP and Stalina of the PSD.


Konstantin Katushev​

Outside of the Russian Free Republic, the Far Eastern Soviet Republic declared war on the Central Siberian Federation, with the new Soviet state eventually defeating and annexing the Federation in 1970. After the Soviet-Central Siberian War, tensions began to increase between the Russian Free Republic and the newly-renamed Siberian Soviet Republic led by Premier Valery Mikhailovich Sablin. By the end of 1970, it became increasingly to both the governments of the two nations and the high commands of the Russian Republican Army and the Siberian Red Army that war between Free Russia and Soviet Siberia was not a question of if, but when. As a result, both nations and their governments and militaries began to prepare for the inevitable war between the two nations.


Valery Sablin​

After months of preparation and a series of border skirmishes that President Katushev blamed on the Siberian Red Army, on May 17, 1971, the Free Russian Republic declared war on the Siberian Soviet Republic. The final war for the fate of Russian reunification had begun.

The Russo-Siberian War, which lasted for exactly sixteen months, was one of the most deadly in the history of Russia since the West Russian War and the Great Patriotic War. The men of the Siberian Red Army were fanatical in battle and absolutely committed to the ideals of Leninism and Socialism, and they would do anything to uphold their socialist state and their envisioned future socialist utopia. As a result, while the first weeks of the war saw some minor advancements by the Russian Republican Army, the front was mostly a stalemate, with the Red Army being a formidable enemy that proved difficult to dislodge from their defenses. Nevertheless, the soldiers of the RRA persevered, and managed to win some small victories. After a long siege and battle, the old Central Siberian capital of Novosibirsk fell to the Russian Republican Army on June 14, 1971. Four months later, the next major city to fall was Kransyorask, which do after a 16 day-long battle on November 10, 1971. In spite of some more advances, including some advances into Russian Mongolia, the next few months of the war continued to be a bloody and brutal stalemate, and this state of affairs continued into the freezing cold, harsh and unforgiving Russian winter. This only made matters worse for both armies, as the battles were even more brutal and many men died not just in these battles fought in below zero temperatures, but also from the harsh weather, temperatures and elements of the Russian winter.


Soldiers of the RRA in Central Siberia, 1971​

With the start of the new year of 1972, the commanders of both the Russian Republican Army and the Siberian Red Army had high hopes for new campaigns, especially the former, as the RRA held a slight advantage over the defending Red Army. On the orders of Field Marshal Pavel Batov, who had joined the ranks of the RRA after the West Siberian integration, the main goal of the new offensive would be to capture the rest of the lands of Russian Mongolia and Tannu Tuva, also the former lands of Marshal Aleksandr Vasilevsky's People's Revolutionary Council. The plan would then be to advance into the Transbaikal region and head for the cities of Irkutsk and the Siberian capital of Ulan-Ude, a move which was hoped would knock the Sablinite government out of the war. Starting in March, 1972, Batov's plans were being put into practice and executed brilliantly by his generals. By the start of spring, most of Russian Mongolia had been captured by the Russian Republican Army. On June 22, after a ten day-long battle, the lightly-defended city of Irkutsk, the old Yagodist capital, fell to the Russian Republican Army. After the fall of Irkutsk, Premier Sablin became increasingly concerned about the fate of the capital, and ordered all soldiers in the city of Ulan-Ude to prepare for an invasions from the "bourgeois republicans."


Soldiers of the Siberian Red Army outside of Ulan-Ude, 1972​

Sablin's decision proved to be a smart one, as on July 1, 1972, the armies of the RRA, led personally by Pavel Batov, arrived on the outskirts of Ulan-Ude and began to shell the city non-stop with artillery rounds. In spite of the high amount of damage and both military and civilian causalities, the men of the Red Army valiantly defended the capital city, and Sablin himself even went out and inspected his men out in the open, albeit against the advice of his government. In spite of everything, this bravery under fire, high optimism and commitment to defend the ideals of Lenin and Sablin would not be enough to stop the numerically superior advance of the republican armies. As more land in Central Siberia was conquered by the RRA armies under the command of Field Marshal Petro Grigorenko, the soldiers of that same army began to raid parts of the city of Ulan-Ude. With more men dying and with the defenses giving way, Sablin decided there was only one thing he could do to prevent any more bloodshed in his capital. On July 25, Sablin, his government and the Siberian Red Army fled from the city and headed east to the city of Blagoveshchensk, the birthplace of the infamous National Socialist dictator Konstantin Rodzaevsky. On that same day, the Siberian capital of Ulan-Ude fell to the men of the RRA.

In spite of Sablin's wishes for a negotiated peace that would see the Russian Free Republic annex only Central Siberia, deep down, the Premier knew that time was running out for the Siberian Socialist Republic and its Neo-Leninist experiment. The armies of the Russian Republican Army, arrived out the outskirts of Blagoveshchensk on September 16, 1972. Premier Valery Sablin, along with the ethnically-Buryat Field Marshal Ilya Vasilievich Baldynov, both agreed that they did not want to see any more of their citizens suffer from the deprivations of war. That afternoon, at 3:32 PM, Premier Valery Sablin and Field Marshal Ilya Balddynov surrendered the city to the republican armies and agreed to sign a formal instrument of surrender.


Ilya Baldynov


Buryat Red Army soldiers fraternizing with RRA soldiers after the surrender of Blagoveshchensk​

On the following day, on September 17, 1962, exactly sixteen months after the start of the war, the government of the Siberian Soviet Republic under Premier Sablin and the Siberian Red Army represented by Field Marshal Balddynov formally surrendered to the Russian Free Republic of President Katushev and the Russian Republican Army represented by Field Marshal Pavel Batov in the center of the city of Blagoveshchensk. After the brief surrender ceremony, Batov and Balddynov both shook hands and then exchanged some pleasantries before respectfully departing. With the surrender of the Siberian Socialist Republic to the Russian Free Republic, Sablin agreed to the annexation of the former nation by the latter nation. Thus, on that same day, the Siberian Soviet Republic was officially annexed into the Russian Free Republic, and all the free lands of the Russian nation were finally unified under the banner of a free and democratic republic after over seven years of almost unending warfare. While celebrations erupted all over the newly reunified Russian Free Republic, back in Syktyvkar, President Katushev knew his work was not yet done, as lands so integral to the Russian nation were still under the rule of the Greater Germanic Reich. President Katushev knew this issue had to be resolved one way or another, and he thus committed himself to the task of regaining, annexing and integrating the German-ruled region of Muscovy be the end of the decade.
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Field Marshal Grigorenko
Smh not having the Russian Free Republic's military being represented by Pavel Batov in the surrender talks, considering how Yeltsin's Sverdlovsk was peacefully integrated into Kosygin's government.
President Katushev knew this issue had to be resolved one way or another, and he thus committed himself to the task of regaining, annexing and integrating the German-ruled region of Muscovy be the end of the decade.
Katushev, looking at the collection of Tsarist, pro-democracy, nationalist, and Red Army officers he has: "Avengers, Assemble for we are reclaiming the Motherland!"
Also, as for the reaction of the field commanders to the surrender of Sablin, I imagine someone like Mikhail Levitov or Igor Sakharov (as they're Vyatka generals a liberal Komi can integrate) ordered the vodka stash of the HQ to be emptied as part of celebrations of the victory over Sablin while ex-Sverdlovsk generals had a more subdued response to this.
Smh not having the Russian Free Republic's military being represented by Pavel Batov in the surrender talks, considering how Yeltsin's Sverdlovsk was peacefully integrated into Kosygin's government.

Katushev, looking at the collection of Tsarist, pro-democracy, nationalist, and Red Army officers he has: "Avengers, Assemble for we are reclaiming the Motherland!"
Thanks for pointing that out. I'll edit the post to have Pavel Batov at the peace talks. I'll also add something about the fate of Vlasov, the ROA and the Tsarist army remnants.


After the Soviet-Central Siberian War, tensions began to increase between the Russian Free Republic and the newly-renamed Siberian Soviet Republic led by Premier Valery Mikhailovich Sablin. By the end of 1970, it became increasingly to both the governments of the two nations and the high commands of the Russian Republican Army and the Siberian Red Army that war between Free Russia and Soviet Siberia was not a question of if, but when. As a result, both nations and their governments and militaries began to prepare for the inevitable war between the two nations.
Personally, I would add in a part about Sablin taking the 'LibSoc-Pro OFN' combo, meaning that the Americans would have trade and diplomatic ties with both sides, complete with that event of General Secretary trying out a bottle of Pepsi for the first time.

The moment that the The Russo-Siberian War broke out, however, Washington, recognizing the material advantage that Komi has, not to mention being much, much more closely aligned to the nascent liberal democracy, throw Sablin under the bus, with the CIA sending in advisors and war shipments to the Republicans, while conducting black ops sabotaging the the Red Army's logistics efforts, which contributed towards breaking the stalemate.
I know this isn't technically a photo, but I've had a few ideas for what political campaign ads for a few Presidents would look like, and I wanted to write what I think this 1960 Nixon ad would sound like in the TNO universe. If you like this, I can make a few more for some of the other possible Presidents in TNO.
Narrator: Mr. Nixon, what is the truth? Can we continue to have peace while Hitler and Hiroya are trying to stir up the whole world against us?
Nixon: Well, the truth is that we must continue to have peace. And we can, if we continue to show firmness and strength to the fascist powers. Men like Adolf Hitler only understand violence and destruction, and we must never make the mistake of letting him or the Japanese believe that we are unable to counter their acts of terror against the Free World. We must show them both we are strong, economically and militarily. That we will not back down, that we won't tolerate their atrocities, and that we will continue to keep the flame of liberty bright in the United States of America. We must continue to deal with fascism and the fascist powers not indecisively, but firmly, and always with vigilance.
Narrator: Vote for Nixon and Kennedy November 8th! They understand what peace demands!
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The presence of German economic influence in Ireland is well known, but what is less known is the various attempts by Irish companies, such as Guinness, to popularise their products in Germany. Guinness’ endeavours, of course, were not terribly successful due to German restrictions and monopolies held by larger, local alcohol distributors.

Anti-government pamphlet distributed by the Marxist paramilitary, the Saor Éire.

UVF mural, East Belfast.

Irish folk band the Clancy Brothers at a recording studio. The brothers - Liam, Paddy, Tom, and Bobby, were widely recognised for their trademark orange Aran sweaters, and helped spur on a revival of folk music in Ireland as well as the United States and Germany.
Part Four: The Second West Russian War (1972-1976)

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ROA soldiers advancing through RK Moskowein, 1975.
In 1972, the Russian Republic was an almost completely re-unified nation, save for the lands that were once the heart of the Russian nation that were under the rule of the Greater Germanic Reich led by Martin Bormann and under the German colony of RK Moskowein, led by Reichskommissar Albert Hofmann. Almost immediately after what came be to known as the “First Russian Re-Unification” President and General Bunyachenko and the high command of the Russian Liberation Army began to make new plans for the final war for Russian Re-Unification, this being a war with the German Reich over RK Moskowein. In the minds of Bunyachenko and the ROA high command, this would be the war that would not only unify Russia and restore Russia to greatness once and for all, but the war that would redeem the KONR and the ROA, the rulers of the Russian Republic for their past-collaboration with the German Reich, a regime that the government of the Russian Republic now despised for their betrayal at the end of the West Russian War, their refusal to grant Western Russia self-rule and their re-conquest of Western Russia in 1967.

Meanwhile, unbeknownst to the world, Führer Martin Bormann was diagnosed with a fatal case of cancer in December, 1972. With so many high-ranking members of the Nazi Party either dead and/or purged and with many economic problems, the German Reich was incredibly unstable politically, economically and socially. As a result, at the start of 1973, Bormann secretly named Admiral Karl Dönitz as his successor and decided to declare a new war to distract the people of Germany from economic and social ills. That war would be the results of Fall Schwartz, the Burgundian War, which was being planned with the military of the German-aligned French State led by President Pierre Poujade. The war began on April 8, 1973 and, with high militarization of fanaticism of the SS armies, was one of the most brutal fought in Western Europe. Himmler desired to launch the Burgundian nuclear arsenal, but the French, Walloon and Flemish SS legions rose up in revolt, and Himmler was killed in an SS coup led by SS-Obersturmbannführer Otto Skorzeny . On January 8, 1974, the war came to an end, with Burgundy divided between Germany and France, with Belgium becoming Reichsprotektorat Belgium.

With the start of 1974, the perfect opportunity arose for the Russian Republic, the KONR and the ROA to get revenge on the German Reich for their lies and betrayal. On March 30, 1974, Führer Martin Bormann died of cancer in Germania at the age of 73 years old. With the death of Bormann, Admiral Karl Dönitz became interim-Führer of the Greater Germanic Reich. However, the internal situation of the German Reich was incredibly still incredibly unstable, and many in the government felt that the Reich was seemingly on the brink of collapse when the octogenarian admiral came to power. In the aftermath of the Burgundian War and the ascension of Karl Donitz, with the German army exhausted from their previous war and the German Reich in an unstable period of a transition of leadership, President Bunyachenko ordered an all-out attack against RK Moskowien on the morning of May 30, 1974. The Second West Russian War had begun. At the start of the invasion, the German armies in RK Moskowien were caught almost completely off-guard, but still managed to initially hold their defenses against the armies of the ROA. Nevertheless, in the face of a numerically superior Russian onslaught, the German armies began to fall apart and retreat in the face of the multiple Russian advances, and the ROA made numerous breakthroughs in battles along the Russo-German border. By the end of the summer, the ROA has advanced deep into the territory of RK Moskowien.

The climactic battle of the war was the Battle of Moscow, which began on July 29, 1974 with a lengthy artillery barrage and tank siege opening the battle, followed by an aerial bombardment the next day. The German armies in and around Moscow fought fanatically to the death, but the armies of the ROA continued to strategically advance in and around the former Soviet capital. On November 14, with the ROA finally entering more and more parts of Moscow and with the German armies losing more and more engagements, the government of the RK, led by Wehrmacht general and Reichskomissar Walther Wenck, who became leader of the RK after the death of Albert Hoffmann in 1973, fled to Brauchitstadt, formerly St. Petersburg. One day later, the ROA triumphantly entered Moscow to the celebration of the long-oppressed Russian residents of the city, with the remaining German residents of the city being the victims of vigilante murders by Russian nationalist partisans and ROA soldiers eager to prove they were no longer German collaborators at any cost.

Not long after the fall of Moscow, more and more major cities fell to the armies of the ROA, with many smaller towns in the countryside falling under the control of the pro-Russian partisans. All the while, many German settlers fled, with those not did not often being killed by Russian soldiers and partisans in war crimes known as "revenge killings", which were seen as revenge for the crimes of the Nazi Germans against the Russian nation, the motivations for these murders being the sheer anger Russians felt towards the Germans and, as touched upon above, the feeling that ROA soldiers needed to prove they were no longer collaborators with the hated German Reich. By July 1, 1975, over a year after the start of the war, most of RK Moskowien was under the occupation of the Russian Republic and the ROA began its invasion of RK Kaukasus. One major Russian city was still under German control; Brauchistadt, formerly Leningrad, Petrograd and St. Petersburg.

On July 12, 1975, the ROA encircled the aforementioned city with numerous infantry, armored and artillery divisions. That same day, the Battle of Brauchistadt began with a massive aerial and artillery bombardment. On September 4, 1975, the ROA finally entered the city and fought fierce hand-to-hand street battles against the German armies, with many German residents of the city caught in the fighting. After weeks of brutal fighting, with the German armies surrounded and decimated by the armies of the ROA, Reichskommissar and General der Panzertruppe Walther Wenck surrendered the German armies in Mosokwien the government of RK Mosokwien to Feild Marshall Georgy Nikolayevich Zhilenkov. With that, the armies of the paraded through the streets of the newly christened city of "Petrograd", with the long-suffering Russian residents of the city greeting the ROA as liberators, and with numerous unpunished acts of violence against the remaining German population. That same day, on the orders of President Bunyachenko, RK Moskowein was annexed into the Russian Republic, albeit without the recognition of the Greater German Reich, which due to political instability at home was unable to do much about the war in RK Moskowien, with most of the German armies in the RK being divisions that had already been posted to the German colony. Thus, the final phase of the Russian reunification and the “Second Russian Re-Unification” were finally complete, although armed groups of German settlers, mostly in the Volga region, continued to resist the ROA until the end of the war.

In October, 1975, with RK Moskowien under the control of the Russian Republic, the ROA began new invasions of RK Ukraine and RK Ostland. The ROA also continued to advance through the Caucasus and began a bombardment and invasion of the German Crimea. With all of this occurring in the eastern lands of the Greater German Reich and with interim-Führer Dönitz unable to keep peace in Germany proper and to stop the advance of the Russian armies, on November 11, 1975, General Hans Speidel launched a coup against the German government, arresting Admiral Donitz for “gross incompetence in wartime.” In the weeks after the coup, soldiers loyal to Dönitz and Speidel fought in the streets of Germania, and this led to more confusion in the eastern German colonies, which allowed the ROA to advance further and further into the Caucasus, Ukraine and Ostland. With the continuing advance of the Russian Liberation Army, an uprising of Polish militias began in the General Gouvernemnt of Poland, and similar uprisings took place in the Baltic region.

After weeks of chaos, Speidel’s loyalists secured control of Germania by the start of 1976. With the Speidel Coup finally complete, Germany offered talks with the government of the Russian Republic that January. At first, President Bunyachenko refused. This allowed the ROA to advance further into the Caucasus, Ukraine and Ostland, and Crimea fell to the ROA on April 30, 1976. The next month, the ROA had control over most of the Caucasus and Ukraine and most of Belarus. With the German Wehrmacht firmly under the control of Speidel's loyalists, a number of victories were won against the ROA in Ukraine and Ostland. However, soon afterwards the war degenerated into a stalemate between the German and Russian armies in the Baltics, Ukraine and Poland, and with the Polish Uprising and more instability on the home front, the German armies could not afford to fight with Russia for any longer. The armies of the ROA were also becoming worn down and tired. As a result, on August 3, 1976, a ceasefire was accepted by the two armies in Minsk. It was decided by Bunyachenko and Speidel that the two would meet in a neutral city to decide the final terms for the end of the war.

In September, President Bunyachenko and Führer Speidel meet in Stockholm, Sweden to discuss the final peace treaty for the Second West Russian War. The Treaty of Stockholm was finally signed on October 1, 1976. According to the treaty, the Russian Republic would annex RK Moskowien, RK Caucasus, RK Ukraine, the Crimea and Belarus. The Greater German Reich would retain control of the Baltics within RK Ostland. With that, the Second West Russian War ended in an amazing victory for the Russian Republic and President and General Sergei Bunyachenko. The German Reich was badly defeated in Eastern Europe, but in spite of this, still remained one of the premier world powers with control over Poland, the Baltics and the Low Countries, control of overseas territories in the Indian Ocean and alliances within the Einheitspakt with the nations of Denmark, Norway, Slovakia and Hungary, with France and Bulgaria having left the alliance after the start of the Second West Russian War in 1974. Nevertheless, with revenge against the German Reich achieved and with the final unification of Russia complete at last after twelve long years of warfare, a new era in the history of Russia had begun.
Cool post, but Bormann kills Spiedel. Always.
As much as I love the idea of the Polish Home Army being publicly honoured in the TNO world... Sadly, I have a hard time imagining this happening, even in a GO4 victory scenario. After all, one way or another, Poland will almost certainly remain under Germany's sphere of influence, and they are likely going to have an issue with a monument that honours the Home Army, especially considering that one way or another, a lot of German settlers and colonist would have been killed during the uprising.

On the other hand, I can certainly see such a monument being privately funded and erected by members of the Polish community in parts of the world with a significant Polish diaspora such as say, Chicago in the US, or a post-HMMLR victory UK that does not turn out badly.
I mean, Bormann’s path literally is a “Soviet-style collapse” in the making.
Political Parties in the USSR, Note that not all of them will have identifiable leaders because I can't think of one for a couple of parties:

Legal Organizations:

CPSU-Stalinist-Maxim Suraykin(Authsoc)
CPSU-Bukharinite-Gennady Zyuganov(Authsoc)
CPSU-Sablinite-Grigory Isayev(Libsoc)
Makhnovite Syndicalist Union--Collective leadership(Libsoc)-Anarchists, they were allowed to peacefully reunify with Sablinite far east and are the second major party after the CPSU
Krylovites-Essentially formed by Yuriy, who survived the reunification wars, and based on this concept(Libsoc)
Neo-Tolstoyans-Formed from the remnants of Alexander Men's organization(Libsoc)
New Menshevik Party-Ksenia Sobchak(socdem), formed from humanists in Tomsk
National Bolshevik Party (Left)-Eduard Limonov(Authsoc)-Left Ordosocialists, there have been calls to ban this party due to it's "reactionary" nature
National Bolshevik Party (Right)-Sergey Kurginyan(Natsoc)-Right Ordosocialists and outright crypto-fascistic, there have been calls to ban this party due to it's "reactionary" nature.

Ordosocialists were originally suppressed by Suslov but they made a comeback as the "National Bolsheviks" in the 2WRW because they operated in favor of the USSR under the banner of "defending the homeland"

Banned Organizations-Capitalist Restorationalists

Constitutional Democratic Party-Dmitry Medvedev(Libdem)
National People's Union-Yeltsin Clique-Boris Titov(Condem)
National People's Union-National Labourists-Sergey Baburin(authdem)
National People's Union-United Russia Front: Sergey Lavrov(authdem/despotist)

Banned Organizations-Reactionary Nationalist Restorationalists
Russian National Front-Aleksey Zhuravlyov(Fascist), Based on ideals of Matkovsky combined with Italian Fascist beliefs, fascistic and Slavic nationalist, but not to the extent of the racialist PRF and the RFP
Party of Russian Fascists-Alexander Dugin(Natsoc, with Shafarevian Fascist, Neo-Strasserite and Ultranat/Eurasianist internal factions), split from RFP and based on late game Rodzaevsky's ideals, which also makes sense considering how Dugin transitioned from outright pro-SS figure to a more pragmatic figure, they also have ties to the Crommelinites and the AmSocs in the US, which also makes sense considering Dugin's ties with Spencer and Maupin IRL
All Russian Fascist Party-Alexander Barkashov(Natsoc), based on early game Rodzaevsky ideals, unlike rival Russian Nazi organization PRF, looks to pre-Speerian Germany in extremely high regard, but not to the extent as their Ultra-Germanphilie wing
All Russian Fascist Party(Ultra-Germanphilies), Gottfried Voight AKA Nikolay Valentinovich Korolyov(Natsoc), essentially AB wannabes with the same beliefs
Great Eurasian Liberation Front-Alexander Prohkanov(Ultranat)
Children of Perun-Alexei Levkin(Ultranat), Hyperboreans
Society for the Restoration of the Russian Empire (Burgsys), led by Nikolai Skorodumov

The reason there are democratic parties that are banned is because I think it's made clear by the devs that even libsoc Sablin will ban capitalist parties. The reactionaries are all pretty much either internet edgelords(as far as CoP is concerned), or terrorist organizations with the exception of the PRF and the RNF, who do try to function like a political movement.
this is a very confusing post.



The presence of German economic influence in Ireland is well known, but what is less known is the various attempts by Irish companies, such as Guinness, to popularise their products in Germany. Guinness’ endeavours, of course, were not terribly successful due to German restrictions and monopolies held by larger, local alcohol distributors.
Irish breweries trying to enter the German market and compete with the country's own beers head on in their own home turf? Very bold of them... And also very foolish. I can totally see this being on a list of the TNO's verison of YouTube's 'Top 10 bad business ideas' video.
Irish breweries trying to enter the German market and compete with the country's own beers head on in their own home turf? Very bold of them... And also very foolish. I can totally see this being on a list of the TNO's verison of YouTube's 'Top 10 bad business ideas' video.
Guiness tried it irl. They were smarter, though.
One thing I will end up making, although I couldn’t do it today, is an Irish-marketed ad for Fanta. It’s mentioned that the drink is pretty big in Ireland.
Political Parties of the Republic of Germany
Deutscher Kommunistisches Partei - Andreas Baader
Under some surveillance from the German government, the DKP isn’t really too relevant at this point. Mostly led by the old RAF members.
Partei der Demokratischer Sozialismus - Oskar LaFontaine
The PDS is a democratic socialist party. Not too dissimilar from the irl PDS. It is heavily critical of Sarrazin’s party line.
Sozialdemokratisches Partei Deutschlands - Max Schulz
SoPaDe remnants.
National Konservativer Partei - Thilo Sarrazin
Formed by Helmut Kohl, the NKP is an amalgamation of various parties, and it’s ideologically a slightly less bad (post-Nazi) Putinism.
Nationalsozialistisches Volkspartei Deutschlands - Udo Voigt
CPRF but German.
(I feel like a lot of people have Go4 Speer headcanons. This is my headcanon, which is Bormann followed by a string of short-lived and incompetent leaders, followed finally by a Soviet-style reform under Modrow and a collapse.)
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made this for fun, leaders in TNO!2000
United States of America- Robert Dole (R-D) (D)

Japanese Empire - Ozawa Ichirō (Minshutō)

Soviet Union - Nikolai Ryzhkov (Kommunistnaya Partiya Sovetskiy Soyuz - Tsentristy)

Republic of China - Jiang Zemin (Guomindang)

Republic of India - Benazir Bhutto (Indian National Congress)

Iberian Federation - José Socrates (Union Republicana)
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Well, since a few people actually liked what I did with that Nixon campaign ad, here's a couple ads that I rewrote for Barry Goldwater's 1968 campaign in the event of an RFK presidency.
Joan Boehm: As a housewife and a mother of four children, when I have problems, I go to somebody who can help us. But there are such tremendous problems now for our country, and the things that President Kennedy has been up to in the White House have shook me to my core. I feel that we need a man who will truly lead this country right and help our people through these problems, and that man is Barry Goldwater.
William Bowman: What's a college student worried about? Africa and Indonesia! We need a man like Goldwater who can bring these conflicts to their proper perspectives.
Governor Ronald Reagan: If you look at what's happening in the South, you're seeing the consequences of government overreach and the abuse of President Kennedy's enumerated powers. What we need now is a leader who will follow the ideals and values given to us by our Founding Fathers and protect the individual rights of our Union's states, and I am proud to say that Barry Goldwater is that man!
Narrator: In your heart, you know he's right!
Narrator: What has happened to America? We've had the good sense to create lovely parks, but our citizens are too afraid to use them after dark. We have brave and valiant agents of law enforcement to keep us safe, and yet tensions in our Southern states have been at their highest since the Civil War. The highest echelons of government are embroiled in scandals that are cynically swept under the rug.
Goldwater: National morality by example and persuasion should begin at the White House, and have the good influence to reach out to every corner of the land. For the past four years, this has not been the case with the current administration, as President Kennedy has sought to abuse his presidential powers to infringe on the political processes of the Southern state governments, weakening the American people's faith in our system of government. I pledge that Senator Rockefeller and I will restore to America a dedication to our founding ideals and renewed faith among its public servants.
Narrator: In your heart, you know he's right! Vote for Barry Goldwater!