Doug Dimmadome? Owner of the dimmsdale dimmadome?
President Long enjoying one of Reed's Cigars (Chicago, 1940, Colorized)
Anti-German War Drive Poster, Canada 1944
CRUSH THE KLAN
Why isn't THIS MacArthur portrait being used??
When the AUS chooses Superior Firepower
AMERICAN DOUBLETALK, Canadian tri-fold, 1955
Wait a second... this isn't the right DeFranco Family!
PROOF the Dev Team will betray the Kingfish
Merry Christmas from the KR-RP Community!
THIS IS THE ENEMY! RCMP Recruitment Poster, 1938.
When Huey has finally had it with Syndicalism
Edward's Homecoming Plans
A NEW COURSE FOR AMERICA German Propaganda Poster, 1941
The March 3rd Incident
Leave Huey alone you dirty weebs
When Herbert Hoover tugs at your heartstrings
Happy Holidays from one King to another
Huey Long handling problems in the New Year
MRW Every Man A King plays at the PSA Surrender Ceremony.
President Long, Speaking to Media Representatives shortly after the CSA's Surrender | 1937
Today in History | Huey Long's attempted Assassination | September 10th, 1936.
Rest In Peace, Sweet Prince
The July 21st Flight
AUS Movie Premier, New Orleans, 1937
The Man From Murphy Ranch
What Long intends on doing with Reed when the CSA Surrenders.
Songs of Revolution, Pete Seeger, 1956 (Colorized).
Crush the Klan!
The April 7th Incident
The B.B.C Assassinates Oswald Mosley |1937
A take on Long's Dead Nation Speech
Greater Armenia Intensifies
'Deal with the Devil' Summit, Huey Long and Norman Thomas meet in Washington, D.C, 1939.
Art Critic visiting the new Museum in Atlanta for the First Time (1940, Colorized)
Sometimes, the KR-RP puts out pure gems.
They butchered my boy Long
Spotted in Yellow Lot
Share The Wealth Intensifies
When Hirohito loses his mind
USA joins a thirdparty faction...?
VP Curtis and President Long meet | (Colorized, 1937)
Songs of the AUS - Southern Convoy
CSA Public Service Announcement on the effects that 'shell shock' has on veterans.
Almost every WheatThin was like this
President Long interrogating General Douglas Spank Me Flank Me MacArthur, shortly after his capture. (1939)