Honestly I don't think it would have been that bad.
Sure Jews, Slavs and Africans would've been wiped off the face of the world, but european countries and the US were pretty much safe from persecution as shown by Hitler's admiration of both places.
>Times the good guys won and the bad guys lost
Are you literally a fucking 12 year old? There are no good guys and bad guys in history.
Just because you just have feels for one nation or country, doesn't mean they are the good guys.
Russo Japanese war is so fucking kek worthy.
>oh shit I need to placate my citisens
>an easy war should do nicely, let's go pick on those slanty eyed monkeys
>OH MY GOD NIKOLOV WHY THE FUCK DID YOU SEND OUT FLEET THAT WAY
>OH FUCK SO SORRY BRITAIN I THOUGHT YOUR FISHING BOAT WE SUNK WAS ACTUALLY A JAPANESE WARSHIP
>PORT ARTHUR BERONGS TO US NOW
>HEY EVERYONE, RUSSIA LOST TO GOOKS. LET'S POINT AND LAUGH AT THEM.
Personally I don't think either side was "the good guys" in the Civil War
The North were just corrupt ass industrialists and crazy fucking puritan moral fags looking for any way to tell other people how to live, particularly if they could make money off it.
Southerners were a-okay with keeping fucking slaves and were constantly trying to expand slavery into areas where it wasn't wanted.
Both sides were filled with belligerent un-American fuck wads who were mostly in it for personal gain. I think the Union were the lesser of two evils but only just. The Union should have just let the South secede and the South should have just let the Union abandon occupied forts on it's own time.
Goddamn the Civil War was a dumb war.
Napoleon was much more democratic than any other monarch France had
Btw, he wasn't even emperor yet when the French Revolutionary Wars ended in 1802
The French Republic had subdued all the foreign monarchies that wanted its death and even conquered some
So yeah, French Republican victory
John Kerr saved Australia from Socialism, and no one remembers him.
I've posted this at least a dozen times, and my sides are still nowhere to be found
image search on google about russo japanese war, this propaganda poster popped outta nowhere, damn japs.
The war that gave America its rightful territory, and finally put down the Mexican aggressors
It feels great to be an American
This ultimately resulted in the Napoleonic Wars and WW1. The Republicans were assholes, anyway.
Worst outcome possible to be honest.
Deutschland would definitely win.
The difficulty would be naval. Japan would basically be fighting a naval war on home turf and Germany would have to go through India/Siberia or slowly wrest control of the seas. Strategic A-bombs and H-bombs probably would have been the plan. Japan would never have caught up to German engineering and didn't have near the amount of uranium or the means to produce it.
That happens in what seems to me to be a majority of revolutions, though. You often either get "fanatic batshit guys kill every moderate" or "populist revolution installs dictator, oops!" If we count irrelevant revolutions it might not be the majority.
Read the Farm Hall Transcripts, anon. German bomb program was in disarray, they didn't even have a working reactor ("engine") and that's what they'd put all their effort into. Half the scientists were (or at least claimed to be) intentionally obstructionist.
The Deluge without a doubt, it was the beginning of the end of Poland and allowed the Muscovite subhumans to forge an empire. Also Swedes acted like literal niggers.
The Battle of Little Bighorn. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a pyrrhic victory in the end.
It's mostly about the fact that the french peasants and lower classes had managed to mount a successful revolt against the nobility. This revolt ended with them beheading their king which was king of a new thing for that time. So beyond being a simple military success it also basically changed scholarly though on like fuckin everything for the next forever years.