Also I think their predecessors already existed since the 16th Amendment predates the POD and that whipped up a firestorm. Ditto for Civil Rights at every stage.
That could see them invited to some low to mid level parties in LA, a couple of paparazzi snaps as a byline in a gossip rag which will be picked up by a clipping agency in Germany.someone in the entertainment industry will see Suse Rosa as the daughter of the one the leading producers in Europe Gerta von Wolvogle.
Someone whose business is intelligence will see Manny as the son of the current Interior Minister of Germany, the son of (retired) General Hans von Mischner, the grandson of Manfred von Richtofen AND (ominously) the nephew of one Katerina von Mischner (a.k.a. the Tigress of Pankow & the Kaiser's personal assassin) who just happens to be on the FBI's persons of interest list,... and the CIA's,... and the ONI's,... and the <insert name of US government agency>... and proceed to crap themselves out of paranoia.I have noticed that there is no John Birch Society ITTL, it is like the inspiration for them was Shanghai'ed, drugged, put in a box on a slow boat back to America...
It is noticeable how Ritchie refers to Manny and Suse Rosa by who their fathers are but that is because Ritchie see them through his experience in the military.
Depending on who else meets Manny and Suse Rosa they are going to see them in a different perspective.
Someone who is involved in politics will see Manny as being the son of the current Interior Minister of Germany and someone in the entertainment industry will see Suse Rosa as the daughter of the one the leading producers in Europe Gerta von Wolvogle.
By the way Las Vegas is only a four hour drive from Los Angeles and less then a hour by scheduled airline.
Von Schmidt basically forced him into helping the Abwehr (and later BND) with a threat of extradition, I am guessing what woodward received was the proof of aleshire's treason (and his own identity) but not the autobiography that is still in Sarah's hands.To be honest this seems a bit out of character for Dillinger. I thought he was planning to release his autobiography after his death. That would be the last laugh. I think he'd have a bit more loyalty to Germany after all these years.