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A group for the collection, sharing, and discussion of dieselpunk related art. Dieselpunk is a 'retro future' sci-fi aesthetic rooted in the early 20th century (1920 to 1945).
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What is Dieselpunk?

Dieselpunk is the recently-coined name for a subgenre that has existed for decades. Named for the engine that gave us the modern automobile, airplane, navy and war vehicle, dieselpunk represents the aesthetic of the two World Wars, the interbellum period and the immediate post-war period. Dieselpunk combines the artistic and literary influences of the early 20th century (including pulp magazines, Art Deco, serial films, film noir, radio dramas, wartime pin-ups and contemporary art) with postmodern technology and sensibilities. Where steampunk ends, dieselpunk begins!

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- Dieselpunk only. This isn't the right venue for steampunk, general sci-fi, post-apocalypse or war-themed art. Steampunk images will be declined, even if they're really good.

- Diesel-related images (noir, pulp, art deco, Roaring '20s, World War-related) may be accepted if they have the right postmodern sensibility and craft.

- Vintage photos, scans, and photos of historical objects aren't dieselpunk per se, but they're of interest, so they should be sorted into the 'Related' category.

- Raygun Gothic / Fallout / 1950s sci-fi / "atompunk" isn't really dieselpunk, but it is related. Art of this style will be accepted and sorted into its own folder.

- No Nerf weapons or squirt guns. Your Maverick is not anything-punk, no matter what shade of brown you paint it.

- Be nice, have fun and stay diesel!

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Cloudy Lancer by AoiWaffle0608
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Machines, Vehicles and Automata
'Lizard' One-Wheeled Diesel Scout Half-Track by RRaillery
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Don't Get Mad Artist Shigeo Koike! by Jimbowyrick1
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People, Places and Worlds
Castle North Point by King-Van
Innsmouth City Police Officer by imaxwebber
Litvanian colonial town by roooooooost
The Phantom by AllPat
Costumes, Props and Models
Dieselpunk Rocketman by craigypoos

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Untitled by Pintureiro

Mature Content

Untitled by Pintureiro
OSTWIND by WXKO
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Laughing Stock - Unionists by Konstalieri
Zoom 'N Boom Near Atlantic (Art trade) by Konstalieri
(ART BY XtavikX) The Last of It's kind (Art Trade) by Konstalieri
Avania Comic - Issue No.5, Back Cover by Tristikov
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Nairn bus 2 by stryjak
Polished lever plates by jpachl
Coffee and levers by jpachl
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ADVENTUREMAN #7 Cover by TerryDodson
Avania Comic - Issue No.3, Page 6 by Tristikov
Avania Comic - Issue No.3, Page 7 by Tristikov
ADVENTUREMAN 5 Page 1 Color by TerryDodson
Raygun Gothic and Atompunk
retro Au Riri Williams Ironheart by imaxwebber
Sam Alexander Nova by imaxwebber
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Valkyria Chronicles 1920+ Timeline (v2.0) part 3A Comprehensive Timeline ofValkyria Chronicles 1920+ Crossover Timeline(A Valkyria Chronicles x Iron Harvest fanfic)Part 3: Early Modern Period,The Montgolfier brothers performed the first confirmed human flight with hot air balloons in Valois, 1783.1519 CE: The height of Habsburg Imperial power: Habsburg King of Hispania Karlos V became Holy Roman Emperor, reigning over territories that encompassed Iberian Peninsula, Germanic states and Hispanian Colombia in what would be known as the first "Empire on which the Sun never sets". Around the same time, Karlos V also funded the Lusitanian explorer Ferdinand Magellan with an expedition fleet to discover an alternate western route to the Molukku Spice Islands in the Far East.1520 CE: Osman Sultanate zenith of economic,military and political developments as a European superpower under the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. Under his rule, the Ottoman navy achieved naval supremacy and maritime trade monopoly in the Mediterranean,Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.1521 CE: Ferdinand Magellan was killed in a battle against the Mactan natives on the island of Cebu. The surviving crews and ships would carry on the returning journey back to Hispania.1522 CE: The completion of Magellan Voyages around the globe: The surviving ships arrived at Hispanian ports filled with cargoes of spices and the survivors of the Magellan expedition. Though the expedition founded a new route to Spice Islands, it was not profitable. However Magellan’s global circumnavigation had a significant scientific impact in proving the Earth was round and the concept of International Date Line was formulated. Magellan's name for the vast Pacific Ocean was also later adopted by other Europeans.1523 CE: Start of Hispanian-Mexica war against the Vinlanders: A combination of Mexica native revanchism and Hispanian’s colonial ambitions in Northern Vinland led to the formation of Anti-Vinlander coalition between the conquistador Hernan Cortez’s Hispanian expedition and the Mexica Empire under the baptized God King Moctezuma II. The coalition would then start the war with the Vinlander Vikings through raids on the Norsemen settlements and major trading hubs in the region.1526 CE: The descendant of Temur Gurkeni, Emperor Babur of Hindustan, unified India and established the Mogul Empire in Bharatan subcontinent. The Mogul Empire would further grow into one of the great Islamic Gunpowder Empires alongside the Osmans and Safavids until Edinburgh's conquest.1527 CE: Islamization of Javanese Islands: The increase of maritime trades activities with the Muslim worlds and missionary activities in the Javanese Islands led to the rise of Muslim rulers and the decline of Hindu’s kingdoms in the archipelago.1528 CE: The end of Hispania-Nordics War in Northern Vinland: With superior gunpowder weapons and naval supremacy, the Hispanian-Mexica coalition triumphed over the Heathen Norsemen. The conflict marked the end of the Yggdist Viking’s dominance in the region and reduced Mexica into a rump state.1530 CE: After a failed attempt at resisting Hispanian occupations and the death of Mexica final God King Cuauhtémoc, the rump state of Mexica was finally annexed into the Hispanian Colonial Empire.1533 CE: The Dokkumite Reformation: King Henry VIII of Dokkum Tudor Dynasty broke communion with the Roman Catholic Church and founded the new Dokkumite Anglican Church with himself as it’s supreme head.1543 CE: Polanian astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus discovered the Heliocentric Theory of the universe in which the Earth and other planets revolve around the sun in the Solar System. His watershed discovery would come to laid foundation for modern astronomy.1546 CE: Henry VIII founded the Dokkumite Royal Navy, encouraging shipbuilding and creating dockyards, laying the early foundations of the future Edinburgh Royal Navy.1547 CE: Formation of the Ruthenian Tsardom: Grand Principality of Moscow centralized its power over the other Ruthenian states during the reign of Duke Ivan IV1550 CE: First recorded Alkebulan slaves in the New World: Lusitanians first began to kidnap people from the west coast of Africa then take them to Europa before being shipped to Colombia. These Alkebulan slaves were later bought by Lusitanian settlers to work the sugar plantations in Brasillia as the native population dwindled.1556 CE: Karlos V abdicated and divided his Empire into two, passing the titles of Holy Roman Emperor to his brother Ferdinand I and King of Hispania to his son Filipe II.1560 CE: Beginning of the Gallian War of Independence: Religious tensions between the Habsburg’s Hispania and the Kingdom of Gallia led to the local rebellions which later escalated into the Gallian War of Independence under the leadership of the then-Gallian King William the Silent supported by the local Gallian nobility.1569 CE: Formation of the Polanian-Lituvan Commonwealth through the Union of Lublin which united the Grand Duchy of Lituva and Kingdom of Polania by King Sigismund II of the Polanian Jagiellon Dynasty.1577-1580 CE: Circumnavigation of the world by the Dokkumite explorer Sir Francis Drake: Sponsored by the Dokkum’s Queen Elizabeth, Drake sailed from Albion Isles with a raiding fleet with five ships on a mission to raze Hispanian coastal outposts in Vinland and Colombia then sailed southward through the strait of Magellan and later, westward to the Pacific. Drake would later go down in history as the first person to successfully helms an entire circumnavigation of the globe after the Magellan Expedition and setting the early stage of Edinburgh’s maritime power.1588 CE: Dokkumite Triumph over the Hispanian Armada: A combined Dokkumite - Gallian fleet under command of Vice Admiral Francis Drake and Admiral Justinus of Randgriz successfully repulsed a Hispanian naval invasion of the Albion Isles.1595 CE: Gallia’s colonization of the Spice Islands of Molukku in the East Indies and started to make profit from the spice trade with Europa as further Gallian expeditions to the islands would follow.1600 CE: The height of Little Ice Age: Northern Vinland and Europa were subjected to decrease in climate temperature, resulting in prolonged winter seasons, widespread crop failures, famine, and regional population decline.1602 CE: Founding of the Gallian East Indies Company: The Gallian nobility established the first megacorporation in history, the Gallian East Indies Companies as an official colonial agency for consolidating their monopolies on the intercontinental spice trade with the Far East.1607 CE: Establishment of the Dokkumite Jamestown permanent colony in Virginia, Northern Vinland. 1613 CE: The end of the Ruthenian Times of Troubles and succession crisis after the death of the final Rurik Tsar Fyodor I: Duke Michael Romanov, the cousin of the last Rurik ruler and son of the Patriarch of Moscow was elected as the Tsar of Ruthenia by the Ruthenian Assembly, establishing the Romanov dynasty.1615 CE: The end of Zipang Sengoku period: Nobunaga Clan unified the Zipang islands and re-established the feudal system under the Nobunaga Shogunate.1618 CE: Beginning of the Thirty Years War between the Europa’s Protestant-Yggdist-Catholic Alliance against Habsburg Imperial states: The succession crisis of Central Europa’s Bohemian Kingdom quickly turned into a civil war between the German states and then a continental wars which involved the opportunistic Frankish Valoisian Kingdom, Nordic Kingdoms and the revolting Gallian Kingdom into the fray against the Habsburg imperial alliance.1619 CE:Nurhaci, chieftain of the Jurchen Aisin-Gioro Clan united the Jurchens, Han Chinese and Mongols under the Manchu Banner and founded the Late Jin dynasty which formed one of the rebellions against the weakening power of the Ming in China.1626 CE: Nurhaci's son Hong Taiji became the ruler of Late Jin. Although initially reluctant to accept the title of Emperor, under the persuasions of his Han Chinese officials, Hong Taiji accepted the advice, claiming the Mandate of Heaven, changed the name of his dynasty from Late Jin to Qing and declared himself as its first Emperor, titled Taizong. 1642 CE: Dokkumite’s Civil War: Disputes between religions and governance in the Dokkumite Kingdom turned into a full blown Civil War between the Royalist faction led by King Charles I of House of Stuart and Parliament factions led by Oliver Cromwell.1648 CE: Peace of Westphalia brought an end to the destructive Thirty Years War and marked the beginning of a new era of religious tolerance and secularization among European nations. The end of the conflict also saw the new Duchy of Gallia emerged as an independent nation and greater autonomy was granted to the smaller German Kingdoms such as Bavaria and Lower Saxony within the Holy Roman Empire. The balance of power of Europa shifted as the weakening power of the Habsburgs led to the rise of the Frankish Valoisian Kingdom and the Nordic Kingdoms.1649 CE; Execution of the Dokkum’s King Charles I after the Royalist faction defeat, Oliver Cromwell would then replace the Dokkum’s monarchy with the Commonwealth of England, placing himself as the Lord Protector of Dokkum.1652 CE: Dispute over maritime trades and overseas colonies led to the Dokkumite-Gallian War between the Commonwealth of Dokkum and Duchy of Gallia.1653 CE: Gallian colonists founded the Kaapstadt settlement in Southern Alkebulan as a resort outpost for the Gallian East Indies Company ships trading in the Far East with fresh fruits, vegetables, meat for weary sailors to revitalize.1660 CE: Restoration of Dokkum’s monarchy: Charles I son and successor, King Charles II returned from exile in continental Europa and re-established the monarchy after the death of Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell.1661 CE: Realizing the resistance against the Qing to restore the Ming is no longer viable, the Ming loyalist-turned pirate Koxinga led a group of Ming remnants seized the Gallian Zeelandia fortress and founded the Kingdom of Tungning on the islands of Formosa. Koxinga then established himself as the King of Dongning and the first ruler of the Koxinga Dynasty.1662 CE: Fall of the Ming Dynasty: Qing Army captured Nanjing, the capital of the remnant Southern Ming Dynasty. As a final act of defiance against the Qing, the remaining Ming rebels would flee to Southeast Asia and to the Formosan Kingdom of Dongning.1665 CE: Founding of the Royal Gallian Marine Corps through the fundings and endorsements of the then Gallian Prime Minister Johan de Witt and Admiral Michiel de Ruyter. Although it is the 5th Marine Corps founded after the Dokkums, Hispanians, Lusitanians and Valoisians, the Gallians were first to use marines in specialized amphibious operations.1667 CE: Raid on the Medway: Admiral De Ruyter commanded a task force consisted of Gallian Marines and Navy ships succeeded in raiding the Dokkum’s Chatham Dockyard in Medway and captured the Dokkumite’s flagship HMS Royal Charles, inflicting one of the worst humiliation in the military history of Dokkum and its Royal Navy, forcing the Dokkumite King Charles II to accept peace agreement to end the decade-long Dokkumite-Gallian War.1683 CE: Through the military assistance from Nobunaga Shogunate, Zipang pirate fleets, Lusitanian traders and support from local Aboriginals, the Kingdom of Dongning successfully thwarted the Qing naval invasion on the Formosan islands. The failed conquest was further exacerbated by a tropical typhoon which inflicted severe damage to the Qing fleet. Ultimately, the Qing had to accept Dongning independence status as a vassal kingdom in exchange for suzerainty and payments of tributes.1697 CE: Tsar Peter I of Romanov (later known as Peter the Great) began modernizing Ruthenia by creating a strong navy and army based on Western European models and introducing sweeping reforms in education, economy and meritocratic hierarchy to replace the old hereditary system. His reign would later saw the rise of Ruthenia as a major European power and the decline of its neighbors/rivals, the Polanian-Lituvan Commonwealth and the Nordic Kingdoms.1707 CE: Formation of the United Kingdom of Edinburgh through the Acts of Union between Kingdom of Dokkum and Kingdom of Leiden and the Protectorate of Erin under the reign of King James VI of Leiden.1712 CE: Thomas Newcomen invented the world's first atmospheric steam engine which was used to drain out water-filled coal mines through pumping mechanic by vacuum created by condensed steam.1714 CE: War of Hispanian Succession: the last Habsburg King of Spain Charles II died childless triggering disputes between the Holy Roman Empire and Valoisian Kingdom over dynastic succession of Hispanian throne in 1701. The war ended with the victory of the pro-Valoisian coalition, however to accept the Spanish throne, Philip V the grandson of Frankish Valoisian King Louis XIV had to renounce his claim to the Frankish throne.1721 CE: Tsar Peter the Great triumph against the Nordic Kingdoms during the Great Northern War, paving the way for Ruthenia's rise as a European superpower and expanding the Tsardom’s dominance in the Baltics. Inspired by other European Enlightened despots at the time, Peter the Great would mold Ruthenia into a centralized imperial state ruled by absolutism, reorganizing the Tsardom into the East Europan Ruthenian Tsardom into the Ruthenian Empire after the war.1756 CE: Seven Years' War: Regional disputes and conflicts between Nordic Kingdoms and United Kingdom of Edinburgh over colonization of Northern Vinland quickly escalated into a global conflict between coalitions led by Edinburgh-Saxon alliance opposing the coalition led by the Nordic-Valoisian alliance fought on the Eurasian continent as well as in the Vinland colonies.1763 CE: End of Seven Years' War with the Edinburgher-Lower Saxon victory and emergence of the United Kingdom of Edinburgh as the world’s dominant colonial power. As a result of its defeat, the Nordics lost most of their Vinland colonies. Concurrently in Europa, Kingdom of Lower Saxony-Brandenburg annexed Kingdom of Saxony, forming the United Monarchy of Greater Saxony and emerged as a dominant power in Central Europa which later challenge the Habsburg’s Cisleithania for the unification of the German states.1772 CE: First Partition of Polanian-Lituvan Commonwealth by Ruthenian Empire, Kingdom of Greater Saxony and Cisleithanian Empire which resulted in the gradual elimination of Polanian and Lituvan sovereignties and annexations and divisions of the Commonwealth’s former territories between the three powers.1775 CE: Vinlander Revolutionary War and the beginning of Atlantic Revolutions: Dissatisfied with the Edinburgher’s strict taxation policies and a lack of colonial representation led to growing unrest amongst Northern Vinlander and Laurentian colonists turned into tensions and then open hostility between the Edinburgh’s Colonial Empire and the Vinlander revolutionaries at the Battle of Lexington and Concord, starting the first of the many Atlantic Revolutions to come.1782 CE: First confirmed manned flight by the Montgofier brothers using a hot air balloon made of silk and paper before a crowd of dignitaries in Annonay, Valoisian Kingdom.1783 CE: Edinburgher’s Royalists defeat at Battle of Virginia led to the signing of the Treaty of Paris, formally ending the conflict and acknowledging the United States of Vinland and Republic of Laurentia as independent sovereign nations.1785 CE: Dokkumite’s inventor Edmund Cartwright invented the mechanically powered loom for weaving which later revolutionized textile manufacturing by enabling faster productivity and more efficiency during the early Industrial Revolution in Edinburgh.1786 CE: The Leidenite engineer James Watts improved upon the Newcomen 1712 pattern of steam engine, creating the first commercially viable steam engine for the manufacturing industry which became the driving forces of the First Industrial Revolution in Edinburgh. 1789 CE: Valoisian Revolution: Social and economic inequality combined economic depression, unemployment and financial crisis under the mismanagement of the Frankish Valoisian King Louis XVI led to the populace uprisings started with the storming of the Bastille prison then escalated into full populist revolt which called for radical changes such as the abolition of feudalism, removal of religious control on state affairs but most importantly the establishment of a republic as well as the call for liberal democracy principles through the phrase "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity". 1793 CE: Reign of Terror: After the ousting of the monarchy and the establishment of the Frankish Republic, many former nobles and elites of the Kingdom would be subjected to brutal repercussions and executions by the revolting peasants and intellectuals.1794 CE: The end of the Reign of Terror: Frankish Army Coup d’etat against the Jacobins ruling council of the Frankish Republic, its leader, the dictator Robespierre was later publicly executed.1795 CE: Final Partition of Polania after the failed Kościuszko Uprising between Ruthenian Empire, Kingdom of Greater Saxony and Cisleithanian Empire, effectively ended Polanian-Lituvan existence as a sovereign state until 1863.1800 CE: Establishment of the Frankish Consulate with the Corsican-Valoisian General Napoleon Bonaparte appointed as the First Consul of the Frankish Republic.1803 CE: Transition of Frankish Republic of the Valoisians into the First Frankish Empire with the First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned as its first Emperor by the Frankish Republican Consulate.1804 CE: Beginning of Napoleonic Wars: First Frankish Empire invaded Iberian Peninsula, Gallia and Ausonia and established its hegemony over Europa with only Ruthenian Tsardom, Cisleithanian Empire and United Kingdom of Edinburgh continuously opposed it through aggressive military actions and diplomacy.1808 CE: Hispanian Colombian Revolutions/Southern Vinland War of Independence: Inspired by the democratic and nationalist ideals of the Valoisian Frankish Revolution and the Vinlander War of Independence, the discontent Hispanian colonial creoles instigated wide-spread revolts spread across the Hispanian colonies in Colombia and Vinland which later escalated into Wars of Independence following the capitulation of the Kingdom of Hispania to Valoisian invasion.1815 CE: The end of Napoleonic Wars: Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated by a Coalition of Saxony-Edinburgh-Gallia and several smaller European states at the Battle of Waterloo on Gallian soils, putting an end to the First Frankish Empire. After the fall of the Empire, Napoleon was then sent into exile in Saint Helena for the remainder of his life....
Valkyria Chronicles 1920+ Timeline (v2.0) part 1A Comprehensive Timeline ofValkyria Chronicles 1920+ Crossover Timeline(A Valkyria Chronicles x Iron Harvest fanfic) Part 1: Prehistoric Era to Classical Antiquity*Note: BCE stands for for Before Common Era, CE for Common EraPrehistoric Era,Life-sized prehistoric cave painting of a boar, c.45,000 BCE, Javanese Islands, Gallian East Indies. Unknown date, 6 Million Years BCE: Earliest human ancestors evolved in the continent of Alkebulan. Circa 1,800,000 BCE: Early humans (ancestors of Prima Homo Divinus, before Homo Sapiens) migration from Alkebulan across the world. 750,000 BCE: Homo Sapiens emerged in the Alkebulan continent. 550,000 BCE: Homo Sapiens begins to migrate from Alkebulan across the world. 320,000 BCE: Prima Homo Divinus (aka First Divine Humans) early societies flourished on the continents of Mu, Lemuria, Atlantis and Hyperborea.65.000 BCE: Homo sapiens arrived in Oceania Continent. 50.000 BCE: Homo sapiens arrived in Eurasia Continent. 33,000 BCE: Homo sapiens arrived Vinland Continent. 11,500 BCE: End of the Ice Age. Unknown Date: Earth experiencing a mysterious meteor shower leading to significant habitat changes in the continents of Hyperborea and Atlantis, this event marked the rise of early prehistoric Prima Homo Divinus civilizations.Ancient Era ,Mural depicting Kemetian Pharaoh Ramses III leading his army against the sea-faring Valkyrurs during the Battle for the Nile Delta, Late Bronze Age period. Unknown Date: First Contact between early Homo Sapiens societies and The First Divine’s Civilization. Due to the otherworldly advanced nature of the latter, many Indo-European human societies would become influenced by Prima Homo Divinus and revered them as deities under many pseudonyms such as Fomorians, Devas and later on, the Valkyrurs. 4500s BCE: Sumeria, the first recorded human civilization emerged in Mesopotamia region of Eurasian continent. 3500s BCE: Minoan Civilization flourished on the Island of Crete and Islands of Aegean Sea. 3300s BCE: First recorded use of bronze tools and weapons in Ancient Sumeria and Persia. 3150 BCE: Rise of ancient Kemet civilization in Northern Alkebulan. 3100 BCE: King Menet founded Memphis as capital of Old Kemetian Kingdom. 2500 BCE: Olmec culture emerged in Northern Vinland. 2300 BCE: Hinduism started in the Indus Valley and spread across the Bharatan subcontinent of Eurasia. Unknown Date: A series of mutually-assured destructive conflicts and plagues lead to the mass extinction event of Prima Homo Divinus civilizations and mysterious disappearance of Mu, Lemuria, Atlantis and Hyperborea from the surface of Earth and displacing the remaining First Divine Human civilization survivors to the sea, due to the significant loss of hard evidences, most informations about these events were regarded only as pseudo-history and pseudo-scientific records in Classical Era. The remaining First Humans survivors interbreeding with other humans and were elected as their rulers, forming new sea-faring societies. These sea-faring societies would later be known as the mysterious Sea People Confederations, or as modern historians would call them, the Valkyrurs. 2070 BCE: First record of ancient China civilization through the mythical Jia Dynasty. 1457 BCE Battle of Megiddo, the first recorded conflict and also one of the first biggest battles recorded in history. The battle was between Kemetian Empire and Chaanan Kingdom over the control of Megiddo region in the modern day Levant. 1415 BCE: Yosef, a former Darcsen slave of the Kemetian Pharaoh became a Kemetian Vizier. Through his governing efforts, Ancient Kemet survived seven years of famine and later accepted the earliest migration waves of Darcsenite tribes in the Land of Goshen. 1300 BCE: Moses, a Darcsen prophet is said to have received Ten Commandments from the Darcsen Monotheistic God Yahweh. He then united the Darcen tribes, led the Exodus of the Darcsen escaping persecution from Kemet across the Red Sea. Afterward, the Darcsens settled near Mount Sinai. Despite being the first leader of a unified Darcsenite society, Moses died before reaching the Darcsen’s Promised Land foretold to him by Yahweh. 1250 BCE: Darcsenite Tribes settled in the Lands of the Chaanans. 1200 BCE: Beginning of Late Bronze Age Collapse and War of the Valkyrurs in Europa. Climate changes and discovery of iron lead to decline of bronze age civilizations in Europa and Northern Alkebulan. The rise of the sea-faring Valkyrur Confederations and their subsequent invasions and migrations along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and also further accelerated the decline of most of Europa's Mediterranean coastal civilizations. Circa 1060s BCE: The height of Chinese Bronze Age under Chou Dynasty, China in this period experienced agriculture, education, military and society developments as well as laying foundations for Taoism, Confucianism and Legalism. 1050-1010 BCE: The Darcenites established a Kingdom, first under House of Saul(1050-1010 BCE) and then House of David (1010-970 BCE). 970 BCE: David’s son Jedidiah became a King. He builds the Solomon Temple in Yerusalem, the ancient capital of United Darcenite Kingdom. 931 BCE: After Jedidiah’s death, the United Darcsen Kingdom divides into two kingdoms: Yahuda in the South, Darcsenia in the North. 900 BCE: Etruscan Civilization emerged in ancient Ausonia. 800 BCE: Rise of the Greek City States after the Hellenic Dark Ages with Athens and Sparta being the most prominent. 771 BCE: Beginning of Spring and Autumn period, the decline of Chou Dynasty lead to decentralization and the rise of regional warlords in China. 753 BCE: Founding of City of Rome and the Establishment of Roman Kingdom in Northern Ausonia (part of modern day Sardinia-Piedmont). 722 BCE: Beginning of the Darcsen Calamity in the Levant, the Northern Darcsenia Kingdom was destroyed by the invading Valkyrur Confederations. 700 BCE: Natives of the Northern Vinland Continent build large mounds for burial places and use as temples in the Mississippi Valley. Unknown date, c.6th Century BCE: Laozi, an ancient Chinese philosopher from the Warring State of Chu wrote the classical treatise Dao Te Ching, his works would form the basis of philosophical and spiritual religion known as Daoism emphasizes living in harmony with the source of existence (known as Dao), Daoism would come to have profound influence in Chinese culture and East Asia for centuries to come. 582 BCE: Destruction of Yerusalem: Overwhelmed by the superior Valkyrur weapons and weakened by the sabotages of Darcsen traitors, Yahudah and its capital Yerusalem were destroyed in a series of invasions by the Valkyrurs. The surviving Darcsens were taken into exile, condemning them to servitude while the Valkyrur rewrote history to present themselves as saviors of the European continent against the “invading” Darcsens. Unknown date, c.6th Century BCE: The Darcsenite monotheistic religion Yehudism was founded, it was the first known and the world’s oldest monotheistic religion in history. Yehudism core beliefs of One True God who revealed himself through appointed prophets would soon become foundations for other Abrahamic religions to follow.Classical Antiquity Era,Hellenic era mosaic depicting the Macedonian King Alexander the Great, 4th century BCE. Unknown date c.6th Century BCE: Siddhartha Gotama, a former Hindu prince from the Suryavansha Kingdom in Bharatan subcontinent is said to have achieved Nirvana, a form of enlightenment in soul and body and became Buddha. His teaching of Buddhism first appeared in Northern Bharata and would spread across Asia over the course of millenia. Unknown date c.6th Century BCE: Kongzi (Latinized as Confucius) a Chinese philosopher of the State of Lu during the Spring and Autumn period founded Confucianism, a philosophical thought focused on the importance of personal ethics and morality. His philosophy would become influential in the developments of civilizations across Asia in the following millenia. 550 BCE: Rise of the Persian Achaemenid Empire under the reign of King Cyrus the Great. 510 BCE: Roman Monarchy was overthrown in a revolt, lead to the establishment of the Roman Republic. 500 BCE: Caste system was established in Ancient India, Bharata subcontinent. 475 BCE: Collapse of Chou Dynasty, beginning of the Warring States Period in China. Unknown date c.5th Century BCE: Sun Tzu, a Chinese general of Chou State in the Warring State period wrote his military treatise “The Art of War”, his work would come to influence both Western and East Asian philosophy and military thinking for decades to come. Unknown date c.5th Century BCE: Proto-Indo-European paganism, later known as Yggdism spread across Europa and Bharatan subcontinents. Yggdists core beliefs are that the Valkyrur were a race of gods, and its mythology subsequently inspired many other polytheistic religions of the classical period. 492 – 490 BC.First Greco-Persian War, under leadership of King Darius I the Great, Achaemenid Empire conquered Macedon and the Cycladic Islands, subjugated Thracia and gained naval supremacy in the Aegean Sea. 480–479 BCE: Second Greco-Persian War: The coalitions of Greek city states emerged victorious under leaderships of Athenians and Spartans, who had put aside their political differences. Persian naval supremacy ended and the Achaemenid Empire retreated from Greece for good. 431-404 BCE: Peloponnesian War: Sparta-led Coalition allied with Persian Empire triumph over Athens and its allies; Achaemenid Empire regained Ionia region. 400 BCE: Gotama Buddha, founder of Buddhism passed away after becoming gravely ill from a vegetarian feast of mushrooms. In his last moment, he consoled his wailing disciples and left his final instructions for them. It is said that his soul then gave up his mortal body and ascended to a realm of consciousness beyond human perceptions. 359 BCE: Rise of Macedonia: Under the reforms of King Phillip II and through conquest and diplomacy, Macedonia transformed from a minor Greek citystate to a dominant Greek kingdom in the Hellenistic affairs. 338 BCE: Succeeding his father Philip II, Alexander became King of Macedon, consolidated his absolute powers in the Greek city states by putting down the Thebes Revolt. He put his father's pan-Hellenic vision of conquering Persia which involved a unified Greek city states coalition under Macedonian leadership into motion. 332 BC: In the aftermath of the Siege of Gaza, Alexander arrived Kemet and was widely celebrated by the locals as a liberator and a savior from the Persian shackles. He was then crowned as a Pharaoh and founded the city of Alexandria on the Kemetian northern coast which later became the prosperous capital of the later Hellenistic Ptolemaic Kingdom. 334 BCE: Through the use of ancient Valkyrur artifacts and backed by some powerful third generation Valkyrurs, Alexander the Great invaded the Achaemenid Empire and succeeded in conquering it after 10 years of fighting. 326 BCE: First contact between Greeks and Indians during Alexander’s Campaign in ancient India. At the time of Alexander’s expedition in India, he had become the ruler of the greatest empire in the known world;The Macedonian Empire. 323 BCE: Alexander the Great died without appointing an heir or successor. His body was interred in Alexander’s Tomb in Alexandria, Kemet. The Valkyrur artifacts were later distributed amongst the Diadochi, his four closest generals, Cassander, Ptolemy, Antigonus, and Seleucus. 322 BCE: Beginning of the Hellenic Period, Former territories of Macedonian Empire were divided between Alexander’s generals and they were constantly at war with one another. 321 BCE: Rise of the Mauryan Empire in Bharatan subcontinent: Utilizing the artifacts discovered in the Bharathan Vakyrur ruins complex, the Indian Emperor Chandragupta Maurya (known as Sandrokottos and Androcottus in Ancient Greek records) conquered nearby kingdoms and established the Mauryan Empire, the first unified Hindu state in the South Asia region. 268 – 232 BCE: Height of the Mauryan Empire under Ashoka the Great, under his reign, Buddhism became widespread across ancient Asia and expanded the empire all the way to Afghanistan and Bengal regions. 221 BCE: Zhao Zheng, King of Qin State ended the Warring State period and unified China. Titled himself as Qin Shi Huang,he became the first Emperor of China and founded the Qin dynasty. 210 BCE: Qin Shi Huang passed away, succeeded by his impotent son Qin Er Shi, who turns out to be a weak ruler and thrown the Qin Empire into political chaos plagued with civil unrests and revolts. 209 BCE: Liu Bang Rebellion: Liu Bang, a law enforcement officer from the Pei County in the Qin Empire renounced his position and formed an anti-Qin rebel army. At the same time, Xiang Yu, a noble of Chu State in former Qin Empire also started his own rebellion, becoming a regional warlord. 202 BCE: Liu Bang emerged victorious in a power struggle with fellow rebel leader Xiang Yu by becoming the first to reach the Qin heartland in Guanzhong. He then established the Han Dynasty with himself as the founding emperor, titled Emperor Gaozu. The Han dynasty would become pivotal to the development of Chinese civilization ever since as the major ethnic group called themselves as "Han people", the Sinitic language as "Han language", and the Chinese alphabet as "Han characters". Unknown date c.2nd Century BCE: The seafaring Valkyrurs settled in Eurasian continent and their old seafaring cultures eventually disappeared almost entirely and it is largely believed that their genetic pool was gradually diluted by interbreeding with natives. 185 BCE: Fall of the Mauryan Empire: Pushyamitra Shunga, a dissent Mauryan Army General assassinated the last Mauryan Emperor and became the new Emperor of the now renamed Shunga Empire. 141 BCE: Golden Age of Han Dynasty, Chinese Emperor Han Wudi expanded the empire at its greatest territorial expansion from Nanyue to Silla and successfully defeated the invading Xiongnu barbarian tribes. During his reign, Confucianism was adopted as legal frameworks for sociopolitical reforms of the empire. 124 BCE:During the Han Dynasty, Chinese system of imperial examinations was instituted. 44 BCE: Assassination of the last Roman dictator Julius Caesar and the end of the Roman Republic. After becoming victorious against other competing successors, Caesar’s nephew/adopted son Gaius Octavius Caesar would reform the Republic into the Roman Empire and became the first Roman Imperator/Emperor. 1 CE: Jesus, a Darcsen religious leader and preacher was born in Nazareth, Kingdom of Herodia in the Roman Empire. 30 CE: Jesus began preaching his teachings after his baptism and recruited his first disciples. However his teachings were rejected by most Darcsens as they viewed his messiatic teachings as an affront to their traditional beliefs in their god Yahweh. Around the same time, Jesus' teachings soon drew the ire of the Romans and his followers soon defied the authorities to discreetly spread Jesus' teachings. 33 CE: The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ: Jesus was betrayed by Judas, one of his Darcsen disciples and was arrested and later crucified by the Romans under the authority of governor Pontius Pilate. According to the later Christian Bible, on the 3rd Day after his execution, Jesus was resurrected and ascended to heaven. 58 CE: Buddhism spread to Asia through Imperial China and steadily became more influential in reshaping the social and economic developments of Southeast Asia and East Asia in the next centuries. 61 CE: After the failed invasion of Nubia, the Romans signed the Peace Treaty of Samos with the Nubian Kingdom of Kush. During this time, Kushite regional power began to decline in Northern Alkebulan and Christianity soon replaced its own Pharaonic Cult since the first contacts with Roman Christians. 117 CE: Roman Empire at its zenith, encompassing an area of 5 million square kilometres from Europe to Northern Alkebulan to Asia Minor. 221 CE: Fall of the Han Dynasty, beginning of the Three Kingdoms period in China with the dynastic divisions between Northern Wei, Eastern Wu and Shu Han. These rival kingdoms would wage war on each other for total control of China. 280 CE: End of Chinese Three Kingdoms period, Sima Clan usurped the Wei, founded the Jin Dynasty and succeeded in unifying China as one unified state again. Although short, the Three Kingdoms period was greatly romanticized in the cultures of China, Zipang, Silla and Dai Viet due to the later Sinitic cultural influences. Unknown date c.300 CE: Camels were first used for transportation across Sahara Desert by North Alkebulan Berber tribes. 285 CE: Roman Empire was divided by Emperor Diocletian into Eastern and Western parts for better administration and governance. 313 CE: Emperor Constantine I the Great issued the Edict of Milan, officially accepting Christianity as a religion in Roman Empire. 323 CE: Christinanity became the state religion of the Roman Empire. 325 CE: First Council of Nicaea was enacted by Emperor Constantine I to reach a common consensus on the divine nature of Jesus Christ and settle agreements on early Christian canon law. 330 CE: Constantine I relocated the Roman Empire capital from Rome to the former Greek city of Byzantium in the Eastern part of the Empire. Although initially named Nova Roma (New Rome), the Eastern Romans later called this new city as Constantinople in honor of Constantine. 376 CE: A combination of successive civil wars, inept rulers and social decays and incursions of the Gothic barbarians marked the beginning of the fall of Western Roman Empire. 476 CE: Fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Visigothic barbarian king Odoacer deposed the last puppet Roman Emperor Romulus Augustulus. The Eastern Roman Empire (later known as Byzantium) however survived, and although smaller, it remained a dominant power in Eastern Mediterranean for the next centuries.
VC 1920+: Ragnite-The Essence of the Automachines,“Oil creates the illusion of a completely changed life, life without work, life for free. Oil is a resource that anaesthetises thought, blurs vision, corrupts.”-Ryszard Kapuściński-A type of high-yield clean-burning fossil fuel compared to charcoal and coal, Ragnite is also widely used as a disinfection medicine and ointment and for healing wounds in its liquid form, however it was not until the early 19th century, with the development of ore to fuel liquefaction process that the uses of Ragnite slowly become more widespread. Originally thought of as just another type of minerals meant for household use alongside natural gas as heating and lighting sources, the superior characteristics of Ragnite compared to many of the other energy sources soon became evident.Eventually Ragnite found its way as the dominant energy source of the Second Industrial Revolution from Europa to Usonia and then to Asia, leaving its other contemporaries relegated to household uses. Charcoals and coals produce unpleasant fumes and are simply too toxic for long-term industrial uses. Ragnite on the other hand, is odorless and non-toxic while also yielding much higher output, making it safer and more efficient for industrial uses. By late 19th century, the advent of liquefaction technology has enabled the conversion of Ragnite ore into liquid through hydrogenation at high temperature and pressure. This resulted in Ragnoline, a highly flammable, volatile and colorless liquid conversion of Ragnite that fueled the combustion engines of the Second Industrial Revolution. Highly efficient and immensely powerful, the clean-burning Ragnoline engines needed no exhaust pipes, just radiators to vent the tremendous heat buildup from the combustion - hot enough to even make the radiators, which often made from strong heat-resistant alloys, glow bright blue.The history of Ragnite-powered engines can be traced back to 1860, when a Gallian-Frankish engineer by the name of Jean Lenoir patented the first commercially successful internal combustion engine (ICE) that ran on Ragnoline. However it was not until 1876 that the first truly modern Ragnoline internal combustion engine was created by the Saxon’s inventor Nicolaus Otto who developed a four-stroke Ragnoline engine that ignited by compressed fuel-air mixture initiated by a timed spark, which offered the first practical alternative to the steam engine as a power source. In 1886, another Saxon’s engineer, Karl Benz invented the first practical automobile after tinkering around the idea of a horseless tricycle carriage powered by a Ragnoline engine, which he later patented as the “Benz Patent Motorwagen” and the rest was history. Eight years later, Saxony once more marked its name on the history of Industrial Revolution in Europa, Rolf Diesel, a Saxon from Kingdom of Bavaria in the Saxon Empire invented the Diesel engine, which utilized the heated air temperature in the cylinder by mechanical compression to ignite the Ragnite fuel in contrasts to the spark plug-ignition of the air-fuel mixture used in previous Otto Engine Cycle.Thus, Diesel engine is also known as Ragnite Compression-Ignition engine (RCI engine). Obviously inferior in power output and created more emission than the highly refined clean-burning Ragnoline engine, the Ragnite Diesel engine is still highly sought after for industrial applications as the lower heat output and their usage of more impure fuel mixtures proved to be less volatile and flammable than a Ragnoline engine. Before the standardization of Diesel fuel, Low-grade Ragnoline was often used to power Diesel engines. In Europa however, the common diesel-engined automobiles were powered by a mixture of refined Ragnoline and coal tar instead as more diesel fuel could be produced than Ragnoline per barrel. Fifty years later, since the day Lenoir invented the first Ragnoline engine, Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-Usonian scientist invented the first mechs (also known as automachines or walking machines). Intended for agriculture and industrial uses as well as other aspects of life so people could work less and devote more time for artistic and scientific pursuits, Tesla’s automachines became a staple of modern society and innovation by the turn of the twentieth century. From a relatively small, fragile two-legged fast walking automaton to a towering, earth-shaking quadrupedal colossus, Tesla’s Ragnite-powered automachines had forever changed the world, but not in the way he had envisioned it. In other words, Tesla’s inventions have become the new face of warfare, and mechs had steadily gained their place as the new wonder weapon replacing tracked and wheeled vehicles in the frontline to provide armies with deadly firepower capable of killing thousands on the battlefield. From the very beginning, Tesla was well aware that his new technology had the potential for death and destruction, but the Europan powers that waged wars on one another showed no qualms in their destructive capabilities during the Great War. Intended to serve humanity and usher in a new era of peace and prosperity, Tesla’s inventions however, have only lifted warfare to another level. Unending stories of civilian casualties, and the horrors of war Tesla witnessed everywhere filled him with despair and guilt as he lost hope on mankind, eventually he closed the Factory and disappeared with his daughter altogether.

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RedWolf5207 Featured By Owner Edited May 1, 2021
Hey guys, I just found these videos and I couldn't help but wonder whether they might be useful in giving new ideas of fictional Alternate History or AU armies based on German traditions. Usually when they go for fictional armies inspired by Germany, they went straight for either WW1 Imperial Germany and WW2 Nazi Germany which is pretty obvious and overdone by now.

These videos made me wonder if there is a third example (i.e. the Nationale Volksarmee or East German Army) which could be considered for fictional German-inspired armies be it in an AU WW2 setting or in a more modern setting. Maybe these videos could help give some new ideas?

"....The Nationale Volksarmee or East German Army looked very similar to the old Wehrmacht. In this film I explore why this happened and what kind of identity East Germany tried to create for its People's Army and how much it actually took from older German armies. The end result was a fascinating miss-mash of German military traditions and uniforms and a surprisingly efficient army...."

"....One building in Berlin has seen the same ceremonies and military guard duties performed since 1931, from the Weimar Republic, through the war, communist East Germany and after German reunification. The Neue Wache or "New Guardhouse" is where Germany has honoured its war dead since 1931, and it has been guarded by German Army units from four successive political regimes for over 80 years...."




Once I saw these videos, I couldn't help but conjure up mental images of alternate universe or alternate history Dieselpunk-themed (or late 1940s-1950s era) German Wehrmacht soldiers but dressed instead in East German Army uniforms and helmets, and armed with StG 44 assault rifles, Panzerfaust 250s (see Panzerfaust#Variants and RPG-2), MG42s, etc.
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AoiWaffle0608 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2021  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Check out his Torasan's dieselpunk illustrations, you will like it!
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badass-artist Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2020  Professional Traditional Artist
TY You may add Cosmic Sushii to you Collection :)
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DocMartens69 Featured By Owner May 19, 2020
THANKS for the add!
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krukof2 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2018  Professional
Hi :wave:
Thank you so much for the request :glomp: 
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comicfam Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017
world war 2 art! what about world war 1?
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DocRedfield Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2017  Professional Traditional Artist
sure! if its dieselpunked
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tegeorge Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2017
Looking for someone who does Noir 40ish Pulp Fiction with a SciFi element cover art. 
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DocRedfield Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017  Professional Traditional Artist
That sounds like it's in my wheelhouse - email me for rates and info. Thanks!
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ligr77 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2017
I had an idea for a diesel punk cops-and-robbers style setting, if you're interested!
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