Photos of the New Order


Some national leaders
Scott Walker-America
Sergey Glazyev-Commonwealth of Russia
Markus Soder-Third Reich
George Galloway-People's Republic of England
Nobuo Kishi-Empire of Japan
Chen Shui-bian-Republic of China
Military coup against Kubitschek government which formed few days after hundred days crisis. Lott and Quadros’s resignation led to hundred days crisis, in which Kubitschek was able to become president in the day 99. However, military discontent became too high and launched a coup. In which Castello Branco became president. He started a military election, which was won by, ironically, Juscelino Kubitschek.
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photo from invasion of Paraguay by Joao Goulart administration. Joao Goulart’s invasion of Soler’s Paraguay was very counterversial as it triggered Araguaia insurgency.
(This is pre-TT3 canon)
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Carl Oberg (the German police commander in Paris, responsible for the Gestapo and SS,) with French Prime Minister Pierre Laval and SS-Sturmbannführer Herbert Hagen. Oberg became one of the first commanders of Burgundian Nord-Paris.

A protester being arrested during Guangdong riots. Occurred during the oil crisis, this riot was quelled by Morita Akio, who later managed to legitimize Guangdong and implement reforms.

Jonas Žemaitis, one of the lithuanian members of the United Partisan Organization, who joined Kovner against the germans. He managed to survive until 1962

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Administrative map of Germany as of 1982.

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Flag and coat of arms of Federal Republic of Germania (Bundesrepublik Deutschland)

Helmut Schmidt and Willy Brandt both founders of the Constitution of Germania in 1982. By that point both Ludwig Erhard and Henning von Tresckow has passed away from old age and illness in the late 70s and Kurt Georg Kiesinger has retired from politics.
Germania also known as Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germania (Bundesrepublik Deutschland) is a country in Central Europe. It is the most populous country in Europe and the most populous member state of the Zollverein. Since 1982 they are federal parliamentary republic with the Chancellor having the most power and the president being a figurehead.


Flag of Germany during the Transition of Democracy from 1976 to 1982
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