Well, we've got MacArthur's appearance, now I'm just looking forward to Patton and Ike. Patton especially, what with his flame and fury at FDR's politicking getting thousands if not more of America's boys getting killed for no good reason.
My god, I'm seeing double. Dye that man's hair blond and get him a heer uniform, he's going to see the Molotov!
By the way, Chapter 1 part 11 is double posted.
You could also just do ctrl+f and replace the abbreviations on the names and titles that you don't feel like writing out. Abbreviations make it easier to write, but harder to read.
I had posted the vehicle registration plate signs of the German counties east of the Oder-Neiße line. Indeed in OTL such plate systems were made in the early 1950s and indeed used, when the reunifiaction happened. The other plates are not used though for obvious reasons. But sometimes AH isn't so alternative...
Anyway, for the system the German plates have one to three letters for the county or city. So for example B for Berlin, HH for Hamburg (Hansestadt Hamburg) or BÜS (Büsingen am Hochrhein). If you live in a county which has merged with another, you can still apply in some federal states for the old sign. So there are still new PCH plates given out, even if Parchim is now part of the county of Nordwestmecklenburg (NWM).
After these letters one or two other letters follow, then a number with up to 4 digits. So for example B-A 1 is the shortest possibility, NWM-ZZ 9999 the longest. You can choose them as well. So it would be possible to use your initials and your year of birth. In some cases the letters are not allowed due to historic reasons. There is no SS or SA allowed. So as her initials were SS a classmate of mine could never give her car such a plate.
In some cases there are words possible. OD (County of Stormarn)-E 123 or OD-IN 123. Some are cooler: SE (Bad Segeberg)- X 123 or SE-XY 123. There are more possibilities: