Austro-Hungarian Empire
Timeline: Global Pacification: World at War (Map Game)

OTL equivalent: Austria-Hungary
Flag of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918) No coa
Flag Coat of Arms
(and largest city)
Language Hungarian
Religion Roman Catholic
Regent Miklós Horthy
Currency Adópengő

Austria-Hungary is a nation located in Europe. Hungary was aligned with the Axis during the second World War.


Miklós Horthy's first action was to start on a process to withdraw from the Axis Powers. Several tanks developed by István Produkciók were also commissioned, most notably the 43M Geréb and the 85M Teréz. Hungary sent, several days later, an alliance request to Poland. They also ordered for the construction of the 104m Krév vehicle by István Produkciók. Hungary was proposed and accepted trade with Sweden and agreed to an alliance with Yugoslavia.

After being accused of supporting Yugoslavia by Bulgaria, we deny the allegations and move on. The Soviet Union forces in Hungary are met with a large force, and Soviet forces withdraw. Preparations are made for the 104M Krév to be fielded. Hungary later was given the Polish corridor, and immediately started to design warships. We were given access to Poland through a treaty as well.

Hungary later begins to mass produce the 104M Krév and condemns the Italian invasion of Yugoslavia. Hungary sends a large number of Krév tanks to Yugoslavia to aid the defense. They also begin mass recruition and build large amounts of tanks.

Hungary continued on a several weeks long recruitment drive. They also started the construction of the 41M Mrén.

Eventually, Hungary was one of the victorious powers against Italy, and signed the Treaty of Rome. Votes were later held to reform Austria-Hungary, which was later reformed.

Austria-Hungary continued for several months straight recruiting forces, hitting over a million briefly after the reformation of Austria-Hungary. Austria-Hungary also attended the congress of Seoul, under the condition that Japan would cease fire with the Allies.

Austria-Hungary started supporting the independence of Scotland, under the condition that they will join the Central Order.