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1949

The last nation on the nukes list explodes their first nuke this year.

  • Britain detonates a first nuclear bomb, joining the nuclear bomb family. They begin mass producing nukes, but they banned them from Asia to prevent Japan from attacking its interests. They ask the US to help Britain in the program and to join the Axis to combat the Communist threat. The military, navy and air force continue to upgrade and expand. They ask Belgium to join the Axis. They ask Japan if the Communist government has some form of democracy. It continues to take land from Afghanistan.
    • Belgium: Is one of founding nations for the Axis.
  • Germany: Germany declares a ceasefire, and withdraws from Egypt. However, Germany will continue to control the Suez Canal, but will not close it or harm trading. Research into rocketry continues, and the GRSA begins looking to space. Jet aircraft in Germany become more advance, and passenger jet craft are in research.
    • Britain agrees to this, as long it keeps its promise. Yet they will have to keep a close eye.
    • Germany suggest a base, so that Britain could keep an eye on the Canal, and the German soldiers guarding it.
  • Japan: Expands the military. Japan promises to have some democracy in choosing the President out of a Communist Party candidate if it is given British China. Nukes are massed produced. More Shanghais are built. Taiwan is merged with the PRC. The Population booms and faster then sound travel becomes norm. Japan still offers to buy Maui for $50 Million as a non-militarized zone. They also ask the U.S not to join the Axis as it is right winged. The JSA researches space travel. It offers to give a nuke to Tibet for defense.
    • Britain: tells USA not to listen to Japan, as the Communist threat is very severe and their efforts would benefit the free world.
  • Denmark Godtfred Kirk Christiansen, son of inventor Ole Kirk Christiansen, has revolutionised his fathers industry by creating the all-new, plastic Lego Brick! The Citizens of Denmark simply love the new toys and can't put them down. King Frederick IX decides to use these new toys to benefit the country and would like to begin exporting Lego to any countries interested in the revolutionary toys.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany is interested in Lego, and would like for Denmark to open stores in Germany.
    • Britain is interested, and would also like Denmark to open stores in Britain. It asks it to join the Axis.
    • Denmark agrees to begin shipping Lego to Germany, Britain and Australia, but respectfully refuses Britain's proposal of joining Axis, preferring to remain neutral.
    • Belgium Diplomacy: Belgium is interested in the Lego toy, and ask for Denmark to stores in Belgium.
    • Italian Diplomacy: The Italians would to buy these toys.
    • Austrian Diplomacy: Austria is excited and asks to open stores here.
  • Australia: Companies are extremely excited about the new Danish toy, and ask for a large shipment to be sent over. The air base in Hainan is completed and begins operating. Australia asks Tibet for some airship engineers, as airships are seen as an energy-efficient way to traverse the vast expanses of Australia, as well as being valuable reconnaissance and auxiliary aircraft. Australia also sends military advisors to Liechtenstein to assist with the creation of an army there. The Prime Minister also repeats his invitation to the USA to join LOAN, as it is unbiased towards a particular form of government, and is made to promote peace and neutrality.
    • Britain: asks it to join the Axis.
  • Tibet: is strictly against nuclear technology,even nuclear power, and so turns down Japans offer of a nuke. work continues on the Everest base, with anti-aircraft guns being installed. The industry continues to grow, with a large chunk of it now devoted to plane manufacturing. Australia is sent Zeppelin plans. The army has now reached a stable level of 100,000 infantry, half of what it was during the war in China. However, other parts of the military have grown, with Zeppelin and fighter pilots being the most popular jobs. A volunteer post is set up in Athens to support the Axis, with the 10,000 troops there, including armor and air force, directly under Axis control.
    • Greek diplomacy: Thanks. If there's anything we can do, just ask.
    • Britain: Asks Tibet to join the Axis.
  • Nueva Granada: The Government willingly trains the Chilean soldiers in anti-guerrilla warfare. The military begins testing new types bomb systems, deployment mechanisms and payloads especially napalm, and biological agents. Having taking the full territory of Ecuador full scale assimilation programs are put in place trying to approach the populace with reconstruction and the promise of representation in the grand assembly, the region shall be considered an integral part of Nueva Granada and not a separate entity.
  • France: France continues to mass produce planes that have advanced jets France continues to upgrade its tanks and offers to sell Indochina to Japan in exchange for a nuke and all plans to make a nuclear bomb.
    • Britain: asks France to join the Axis.
  • Greece: All Axis business continues to be taken care of. Greece wants a Lego store, too. The Axis has still not made a decision regarding Helping Britain offensively in a war against Germany. Austria is admitted into the Axis.
  • Poland: The Five Year plan is continued, with research nearing completion. The war in Hungary is won, and the country is annexed. The population is questioned, and potential rebels are being watched more carefully. The populations in the Baltics and Czechoslovakia are more admitted into the nation, they have the same citizenship as any Polish citizen, and are allowed to join the military and allowed to vote if they meet the other requirements. Factories are being built in Hungary to provide jobs for the additional population.
  • Korea: the interior is improved even more, with the living standards rising quite a bit. The military is still armed and ready for deployment, although they do demobilize some troops. Meanwhile, they request aid from the Axis in case of a war against Japan.
    • Britain: agrees with Korea.
  • Chile: The construction of ships increasing in the last year, and the navy begin exercises of training. The expedition to Antarctica establish a settlement for scientific purposes. Chilean government analyzes the international alliances. Chilean troops are moved to the borders with Peru.
    • Britain: asks Chile for an alliance, trade agreements, and to join the Axis.
  • Belgium: send medical, food and small arms to Korea, along with 2000 troops that were station India. Jet Bombers continue to be researched. Major Roads updates are completed Belgian Congo and secondary roads begin
  • Italy: The Italians begin sending P48s to the Italian Eastern African colonies. The new Du67 jet fighter is built and shipped across Africa. Factories in Rome begin building parts needed for the plane.
    • Britain: asks Italy to join the Axis.
    • Greek diplomacy: Italy was one of the nations that founded the Axis. for a complete list of who is in the Axis, please check the Axis page

Everybody check out the UN page, a resolution is under vote.

  • USSR: The World's first Strategic Pressurized Jet bomber is launched in the USSR, The Tupoleev Tu-149. Tupoleev Creates a new Index. Military bombers-000, Strategic Bombers-100, Civilian Craft-200+. The USSR proposes to make the CNAT into the Warsaw Pact, a super-national organization much like the UN but for Communist nations to decide threats/non-threats and have certain legislation for the entirety of its members(like copyright or drug laws or drinking laws, etc ... ) along with being a mutual alliance, the new treaty is drawn up and all members of the CNAT are invited to sign this treaty. The VSR and the USSR have already signed this new accord but unless all CNAT members sign it it will be scrapped and CNAT will remain as is. The USSR asks all CNAT members to oppose the UN Resolution on intervening in Chinese communist nation (the USSR's veto was taken :(
    • Poland: tells the USSR it has voted against the UN Resolution. It tells the USSR that if it wants to make laws like that, they can do it on the CNAT Page.

1949.5

  • Cuba: The Cuban Great Leap Forward ends with a resounding success and the day is declared the "National Workers Day" where all workers are invited to take the day off and enjoy food and entertainment provided by the state. The factories perform better than expected, exporting more than 2,000 tons of steel a day to the USSR. Grain and fruit exports also ship out thousands of pounds of fruit each day. Cuban cities now focus on providing clean water and electricity to each household. The Cuban Expeditionary Army is now a highly effective trained task force thanks to the Polish Military Advisors and now consists of 5000 heavily armed and well trained troops. The CEA departs for Venezuela with Castro's departing praise, "Cubans, you have secured freedom for your motherland, you must now secure it for others not so fortunate to have you at their side."
  • Denmark: With shipments of Lego going to Britain, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Austria, the Danish economy is booming and the citizens of Denmark have never been happier. King Frederick IX has decided to send over one thousand soldiers to the new military bases in Greenland.
    • Greek diplomacy: Greece asks for a Lego store, too.
  • Liechtenstein joins the UN, and finishes building its army. A highly trained Liechtensteinian spy is sent into Denmark to learn the secrets of Lego production and make their own competing brand with slightly lower prices.
  • Germany begins producing faster Volkswagens, and offers many to an country who wants them. Meanwhile, German soldiers begin building fortification along the canal, due to being in the middle of hostile territory. The GRSA continues to research into advance rocketry, and hopes of sending an satellite up to space between somewhere in the Fifties. Advance jet research continues, with an better design planned to come out around 1950.
  • Tibet: much of China are now Buddhists, and the rest are going through re-education. The Zeppelins both in military and domestic use, are progressing well. Anti-aircraft guns are installed in the Everest base, and the industry continues to grow on all levels. The Dalai Lama is outraged at hearing the UN proposal, and immediately launches a campaign to stop the revolution. it is said that Tibet will never give up their territory, not to the UN, not to anyone. Tibet is now offering to sell their new fighter plane, the G-11 'hellhound', and their newly revealed armored zeppelin, which is slower than other combat Zeppelins, but less likely to catch fire. it is offered to the Axis that the official Axis space and missile research centre is set up in Tibet.
  • Britain continues to mass produce nukes. They ask the US to co-operate with Britain in the nuclear project and to join the Axis to combat the Communist threat. The military, navy and air force continue to upgrade and expand. They continue to take land from Afghanistan. They support the idea of an independent China.
    • Italian Diplomacy: Italy asks if it can build a railroad and highway across Sudan connecting Libya and Eritrea.
  • Australia: Once again invites the USA to join LOAN. Two fleets of Zeppelins built from Tibetan plans are completed. One is sent to Hainan Territory, the other to patrol the vast expanses of the Australian Antarctic Territory. An Administrator and Advisory Council is set up to govern the massive Australian Antarctic Territory.
  • Nueva Granada: The grand assembly with the authorization of the council begins plans to industrialized the recently annexed Ecuadorian territories and in the process assimilate the people back into the homeland requests are made to Brazil to purchase their portion of Venezuela. The army is increased by drafting 30% of the unemployed and homeless into the army.
    • Britain asks Granada to join the Axis.
    • Nueva Granada: we requested membership in 1948 but we never received a reply we will request again.
    • Greek Diplomacy: The request must have been lost or misfiled due to some error on our part. you are formally accepted into the Axis.
  • Japan: Criticizes the U.N Resolution proposal by Korea and stops all trade with them. The military is expanded. A new autoboat is researched. The offer to buy Maui is still up. Japan request to buy Legos. Color TV is researched. Space travel is researched. Japan asks to buy some G-11 from Tibet. More Shanghis and U-Boats are built.
    • Britain declares support for Korea and asks the international community to help.
    • Tibet: Tibet agrees to sell.
  • Greece: The Axis Missile and Space Research Centre is set up in Tibet, and the Axis Missile and Space Agency (AMSA) is also founded. The Axis believes that the position higher in the atmosphere will be beneficial to easier spaceflight. all previous rocket propulsion system technology is researched once again. The Axis Chairman challenges their organization with putting a man in space by 1960. most of the problems needed to be solved include finding a propellant powerful and stable enough to launch the rockets into orbit. Success has been made with rockets earlier in the past, but these are nothing compared to space travel. The Axis also continues all other major programs.

A border clash occurs between British and Japanese troops in China, mistaking each other for Chinese guerrilla terrorists. In the end, 23 are dead, 13 Japanese and ten British.

  • Korea: The Korean army is mobilized again, and the interior continues to be improved. They request aid from the US or Britain in case of a war with Japan.
    • Japanese Diplomacy: WE WILL NOT INVADE YOU. We even offer a ten year non-aggression pact. We apologize for the incident in China and we will clearly mark our troops out with Yellow Uniforms in China.
  • Poland: The Five Year plan is continued, and it is almost over. Poland proposes that CNAT forms its own joint space program as our main opposition has already begun their own programs. The Military receives more funding, and Walery has tried, and successfully gotten more power in the government for himself. Factories are now required to have a certain percentage of there goods made geared toward the military.
    • Germany is willing to open its space program to the other members of the CNAT, if they want.
  • Indonesia: All across the colony of the Dutch East Indies members of a recently established resistance group lift up arms against the Dutch colonial authorities and declare a unilateral declaration of independence. They request that the dutch respect the will of the people of the east indies and allow them their freedom, the group calls for locals to also join in the resistance against the European oppressors, and aid is requested from other nations.
    • Poland will support Indonesia if you become Communist and join CNAT when you win your independence.
    • The Indonesian rebels are willing to accept Polish aid but we will not embrace the ways of Communism as they deeply conflict with many of our beliefs in specific with our religious beliefs and many of the rebels do not wish to become a tool in the CNAT ambitions.
    • Japan sends aid and offers for them to join LOAN to prevent conflict.
    • Australia also invites Indonesia to join LOAN, but asks Japan not to invite nations to join LOAN, as Japan is not a LOAN member.
    • Nueva Granada: The Union offers military supplies in an arms lease as well as training rebel forces and will even allow freelancers to join the rebels if they feel like it, our reason for support is the common sentiment of independence we were once colonies ourselves.
    • Members of the Indonesian resistance welcome the offers of both the Japanese as well as that of New Granada and will treat this aid with the utmost care as a hand of friendship and if the LOAN is willing to accept us we will happily join.

In China, an overzealous Japanese officer leads his squad of 15 men raiding into British territory to avenge their dead. They raid a British outpost, resulting in four Japanese dead and 13 British dead. Tensions rise among Japanese and British troops in China.

As tensions escalate in China, a bomb is exploded in a Japanese command post in China. The British claim that it was Chinese guerrillas, but the Japanese believe that it was the British, in return for their attack on British territory. Tensions continue to rise, with frequent shots heard over the border. (World War II will start soon)

  • Japan over apologizes for the action. Barbed wire is put on the Border to prevent accidents like this from happening again by only allowing border crossings at certain points and no military can go across. Japan ask if CNAT and the Axis go to war, do not fight in China or India, for the sake of a near billion people.
  • Britain also fortifies its borders.

In Egypt, Egyptian freedom fighters, with British weapons (not supplied by British), attack several German convoys and command post, succeeding in some. The Germans believe that the rebels were supplied and bankrolled by the British, and demand an immediate apology and reparations.

The nation of Saudi Arabia breaks up into several different nations, due to the internal corruption and stuff. The new nations are the UAE, Yemen, Oman, East Saudi Arabia, West Saudi Arabia, and the United Islamic Republic.

  • Britain refuses, and continues to support the Egyptians.
  • France:France puts it military on high alert and begins maneuvers for a possible attack on Spain its old enemy for revenge for Paris. France offers England French Indochina for a nuclear bomb and plans on how to build a Nuke. France steps up its production of advanced jet aircraft and begins to prepare for an attack on Spain.

Guys, bullet points for posts from now on. And remember, edit in source mode. I can tell when you're editing in visual mode by all the source crap. Flag of South Korea PitaKang- (Talk|Contribs) 00:45, February 16, 2012 (UTC)

  • Belgium: With Tensions rising in China and the Middle East, Troops are being readied to be mobilize for where they are needed. The Axis official ask other Axis nations to ready their troops. They begin to recruit more troops in the Belgian Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi.
  • Chile: The President Gonzalez Videla and the Minister of Defense Manuel Bulnes Sanfuentes show the new planes and submarines for the Chilean armed forces during the Fiestas Patrias celebrations. The government increase the budget of health item for the next year, while some oil fields are discover in the south, near to the border with Argentina. In foreign matters, the President analyzes with his ministers and the leaders of the government parties, the offer made by United Kingdom. Despite that the Chilean government is anti-Communist, the President (who is from the centrist Radical Party) is unsure of an alliance with the Axis, but also, Chile already is part from an alliance (regional): the SAACA. After various discussions, Chile decided to accept a trade agreement, and send an counter-offer: a non-aggression pact with the Axis Alliance.
    • Axis Diplomacy: Accepts The non-aggression pact. You can be an Observer Nation and still be in SAACA with out Problems.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: The Chilean government accept be Observer nation (and send to the politician Jorge González von Marées as observer delegate).
    • British Diplomacy: It praises Chile for supporting the movement, but also asks them if they want to be a member anytime soon.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: Delegate González von Marées says that the most of Chileans has not problem with joining, specially given the world Communist threat, but by the moment, the Chilean government of Gonzalez Videla is fine as observer. But, the next elections are in 1952.6, and depending who will be elected is probably that Chile will reconsider to become a member of the Axis Alliance.
  • Italy: Following the advice of Belgium, troops are readied. Supplies are shipped to Libya and east Africa if Britain says its okay to build a railroad across Sudan. The missile program continues to be works on and set to be ready by the mid 1950. Soldiers, tanks, planes, and ships are sent and built in East Africa.
  • ATTENTION AXIS MEMBERS. it would seem that the second world war is approaching. see the Axis page for more details.
  • USSR: Soviets continue research on weapons. More nukes are constructed as focuses shift more on space. Military buildup is happening as preparations for an inevitable war with the Axis happen.

1950

Libya declares independence from Italy, setting up a monarchy system. They agree to let Italian troops stay in Libya in case of a World War. However, they pledge neutrality in case of a World War, and asks not to be attacked by CNAT or Axis members.

In a revolt, British supplied Egyptian revolutionaries rise against the German occupation. They take the city of Luxor, and begin to disrupt German supply lines and communications.

A border clash occurs in the Korean-Japanese border, as troops are still massed on either side. It is unknown who started the fight. This leads to four Japanese dead and 11 Korean dead. In both nations, people rise up against each other, leading to many cases of violence in both nations.

Chinese revolutionaries begin to rise up against Tibet, disrupting supply lines and conducting guerrilla warfare against Tibetan forces. Meanwhile, Chinese revolutionaries also begin doing the same thing in Mongolian China and Japanese Chian.

Germany withdrew from Egypt an few turns ago, it only owns the Suez Canal--Enclavehunter 15:07, February 16, 2012 (UTC)

  • Nueva Granada: In an act of charity the security council announced a small force of 40,000 men who are veterans from the Ecuadorian war and the Venezuelan intervention will be sent to the East Indies to help rebels should the request the troops if not they will not be sent, a formal petition is sent to the Netherlands to let the people of the Dutch East Indies gain their much deserved independence. A new submachine gun and armored transports have began to be designed to bring the Nueva Granadian Army into the new decade to compete with other major states in the world and hold its own. Plans to finally build up a respectable navy have finally began after over a decade of stalling them, the new navy will be built around heavy battleships and cruisers accompanied by submarines. More resources are funneled into the nuclear program which is proceeding slower then expected as a lack of processed uranium is hindering the program.
  • Bullet points!
  • Germany: Germany continues research into advance rocketry, with an test flight next year. Meanwhile, Volkswagen continues to produce cars, and offers them to any country who wants them. Germany produces two more battleships, an aircraft carrier, and five more U-boats. Research into advance submarines continues.
  • Indonesia: The military forces that Nueva Granada offers are accepted but they will be monitored with the most extreme care seeing as the have a reputation for being brutal towards their enemies. Small arms secured from our allies are distributed amongst the rebels who begin offences against colonial forces in Batavia and throughout the islands of Sumatra, Borneo, and Java, attempts to get the rest of the islands involved continue. A base of operations is being established on Java near Batavia.
  • Belgium: Belgium troops that are currently Korea begin acting as peacekeeping troops between Japanese and Korean people. A small escort fleet made up of two destroyers, an escort aircraft carrier, and four U-Boats; is sent to Korea Strait to stop any fighting. Belgium welcomes Chile to Axis Alliance. An improved Guidance/Targeting system is created though still has a few minor bugs to work out.
  • Tibet: The riots in Tibetan China are reasonably small, since many of the Chinese there are now Buddhists and respect the Dalai Lama. However, the trouble makers causing the riots are warned that if they do not stop, concentration camps will be built. Industry continues to build, with the greatest success being a new, extremely large, class of airship called "storm" which is big enough to hold a small hanger, enough for three fighter planes or two bombers,or a regiment of troops only ten of these are built, with two being sent to their allies in Japan, and one to the volunteers in Greece. Though extremely slow, they will not explode as helium is used in them, not hydrogen. with war imminent, The Dalai Lama declares work on a new project, to fortify the whole east and north borders of Tibet, in a similar way to the French Maginot Line. This will stop possible enemies entering or leaving the country from other parts of what was once China. An ASMA rocket launched from the Everest military base reaches the upper atmosphere.
  • Poland: The military is mobilized, and Wallery considers all options available to him. Meanwhile, celebrations are held by government officials as the five year plan has been finished. A more productive factory method has reduced needed labor by another 8%. Polish factories are now the most productive factories. However, many workers will be laid off soon. These workers are being drafted, and more tanks are being produced, as well as planes and a few AA guns. An official meeting has been called on the CNAT Page, as there is an emergency. They call on all members to head there and post their ideas on the situation.
  • Britain continues to expand and upgrade the military. Research into rocketry, tanks, airplanes, warships, guns, armor, medicine, and nuclear technology continues. They ask Indonesia for an alliance, trade agreements, and to be a member of the Axis. They send troops to British China and Korea to protect it against Japanese and Communist aggression. They continue to blockade the German coast. More ships are added and it is upgraded to be stronger. They ask Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark to help provide for the troops working at the blockade.
    • Germany is no longer at war with Britain, we signed an ceasefire. Enclavehunter 23:01, February 16, 2012 (UTC).
    • FINE. -RWG

In an act of utter barbarism, a Japanese officer, enraged by recent events, takes his men, and kidnaps a British sergeant. They then mutilate and torture the sergeant, and dump his body in British territory. In retaliation, another British officer takes his troops, and attacks a checkpoint in the border, killing 8 Japanese and losing three men.

  • (This counts as part of the previous term this year, 1950.6, what's said there is being referred to what's going on above) Britain continues to fortify British China and expand the protectorate's military and economy to keep the resistence going. They fund resistance groups in Japanese China.
  • Spain: After a long depression, Spain's economy begins to pick up again. Citizens are granted more rights as the nation becomes less oppressive on the outside. Still, Jews and other 'undesirables' are being 'put where they can be productive'; in labor camps. Meanwhile, intelligence reports of increasing French hostility are sent to the President. They are released to the leaders of the Axis alliance.

In a huge battle, the Chinese resistance in Japanese China rise up against their overlords, with British supplies such as weapons and ammunition. They seize the city of Beijing, and begin systematically massacring every Japanese person in Beijing. In response to this, a group of Japanese officers, enraged by events and also at the no response of their government, takes their troops across the border, and begin attacking British soldiers left and right. In the end, the situation is contained, and the end result is: 1139 Japanese citizens dead in Beijing; 58 British dead, and 82 Japanese dead. At this moment, the border all but collapses, with shots heard all over. Officers on both sides, not knowing if there is a war or not, begin engaging each other. The casualty count grows exponentially, with on both sides rapidly going in to the hundreds. Due to bureaucratic red tape and the paralysis of the commands of both sides, the individual squads are not informed, and begin engaging each other as they do not know of other instructions

  • USSR: The Soviet Union continues the military buildup, and a project, withing the space program is started to launch a nuclear missile. Soviet military comes out with a new tank, the T-50, and starts producing it. Leon Trotsky finally decides to come back to the USSR and is greeted with the rank of Generalissimo of the Soviet Union. Trotsky, a military commander, starts building up borders and funding Communist groups in Finland.
  • Chile: The new navy begin training maneuvers in the South Pacific, while begin the production of new tanks in national industries. The President decides create with elements of the informal intelligence services of each branch of the armed forces, a special organism for collect information in the world. Education levels increase in the country.

1950.5

  • Nueva Granada: Following much consideration and talks amongst assembly and security members, the nation of Nueva Granada Formally renounces its membership with the Axis alliance but will not remove its alliance with its members,the nation simply are not cut out in the long run to fight against the CNAT forces, stated a spokesman of the union, talks have began with CNAT to establish a non aggression pact and other possible terms, and a request to join LOAN has been sent, fresh military equipment is shipped to Indonesia along with the 40,000 soldiers to aid the rebels against dutch colonial forces. Industrialization projects are started up again to increase productivity.
  • The LOAN accepts Nueva Grenada's membership.
  • Poland: After much talk and consideration, the members of CNAT have decided that war is going to happen soon, and that we should make the first strike. Polish tanks and soldiers have invaded Austria, and planes are bombing Austrian troops and supply depots. The Five Year Plan has not been started again this year, as all efforts are directed toward the war. Draft has been introduced, and all factories are being geared toward war. Many feel this is the start of the next great war ...
  • Austria: Austrian troops begin several counterattacks against Polish troops. While most are unsuccessful, they manage to slow the war machine down. Fighter planes and bombers are sent to bomb Polish troops. Contingency plans are made in case of Polish victory.
  • Italy: Italy comes to the defense of Austria. Tanks and soldiers are sent to defensive lines around Vienna to protect the city. The rocket technology is finished and the rockets (NON-NUCLEAR) are launched at Polish forces. The Austrian border with Germany is strengthened in case of CNAT attack. All factories are now geared toward war, and thousands of tanks and planes are created and sent to the front lines. The Italians ask the Axis to join the defense of Austria.
  • Germany:Germany finishes its rocketry project early, as an counter to the Italians, and rockets are mounted onto the German jet aircraft. Germany invades Austria, and their jet aircraft manage to shoot down lots of Austrian aircraft, while the tanks continue to deal with resistance. Germany begins plans of launching an satellite by 1951.6, and an man on the moon by 1967.8
  • Indonesia: with the new supplies and arms provided by Nueva Granada an invasion to liberate the capital of the colony is launched with the aid of Granadian soldiers, riots in favor of the rebels break out on Sulawesi, and Maluccas, and thousands try to establish contact with the rebels. On Sumatra an offensive to secure the oil fields in Aceh is launched by rebel cells.
  • USSR: The Soviet Union begins their attack with the new Tu-49 jet bomber. Soviet jet fighters, including the new, MiG 10, an aircraft between the MiG-9 and the MiG Freska. Bombing campaigns start in Italy, with the bombing of Italian ports and the City of Naples. Soviet Tanks Rush into Austria. The Soviet Union sends out a message to the Axis. "you started this with your invasions and massacres of Japanese people that was an indisputable act of war against the Chinese People's Republic and Japan, therefore an act of war against CNAT!:
    • Britain responds angrily, saying that the Communists were responsible for everything, as it spurred the Axis to do these actions.
    • Poland asks Britain how did we do everything. The Axis is a sworn enemy of Communism, for no appsrant reason. We had to attack, and you invaded China as well. It doesn't matter if it was to contain Communism or not, Chines men and women dies because of your actions as well as ours. Don't try to act innocent in this.
    • Germany tells Britain that it has oppressed and conquered people for hundreds of years: America, India etc. Britain stuck its nose into things that don't concern you. Britain is an failing superpower, and that the USSR, Poland, Germany and our allies are the rising powers of the world.
    • Greece: Tells CNAT that, if the Axis was not created, that Communism (an oppressive system that could only lead to ruin) would overrun the world, and the people would be brainwashed under cruel dictators. By keeping Communism in check, we have secured freedom for people. The war started because of YOUR decision to conquer Austria. We were not planning any attacks on Communist nations whenever you attacked Austria.
    • Germany I conquered Austria. The Axis is an bunch of two-timing countries who conquered China, Czechoslovakia, and devastated an country who was simply defending its self. Now look at what has happen, you can't fight multiple fronts at once, sure Britain maybe. The CNAT is far more advanced with advanced jet aircraft, green energy, and strategic bombers.
    • Greece:The algorithm said Austria is a stalemate.
    • Germany: When I meant conquer, I meant exaggerating, as being offended.
    • Poland: The Polish would also like to add that an unneeded move by the British has killed thousands if not millions of Cubans. The attack on Austria was made because what do you expect when you are being opposed by another alliance that is planning ways to defeat us in war. It didn't matter, a world war would have started either way, this way just gives an advantage against the Axis. We tell the Austrian people we mean no harm against them, but their government and alliance has gotta go.
    • The Atomic Bombing of Cuba has been removed
    • Thank you for correcting me.
  • Bulgaria: The government order expand their economy and the military forces with more men.
  • Greek Diplomacy: Join the Axis. if you do not, the Communists will overrun your nation.
  • People of Bulgaria join the Axis as we won't be ruled by the Communist evils. We sent you our soldiers for fight.
  • Greece: The Greeks send troops to Austria. They ask Britain to put their nukes on the ready. The Greeks have no bombers, but they have a vast amount of "Zeus" fighters, which, although outdated, are not yet obsolete in today's war. conscription begins. soldiers prepare for an invasion of Egypt, and Ukraine. The Greek diplomat to the Axis gives this speech, which is put on the radio by BBC, intended as a message for CNAT: "We led no massacres. ever since the founding of the Axis, we have tried to stop Communism, which was the reason for all our actions. You, on the other hand lead massacres of your own people, and started wars for personal benefit. Austria is where you are stopped!" during the Axis meeting, British Prime minister, and diplomat to the Axis, Winston Churchill utters the words: "the Axis will never surrender!" the phrase is repeated in several newspapers across Axis nations, and boosts morale. A meeting with Turkish diplomats grants Greece the ability to station troops around Constantinople. Check out the Axis page for war news.
  • Belgium: Put in Total National Defense Doctrine into effect. It designed to allow Belgium to maintain or eventually re-establish its independent to a non-aligned status should an invasion occur. This Doctrine to it, any citizen who resists an aggressor is a member of the armed forces, thus the whole population could be turned into a monolithic resistance army. Paratroopers are sent Austria and Italy for defensive purpose. Several Sets of U-boats are deployed to Mediterranean Sea. The forces in Korea have been able to so far keep the peace between Korean and Japanese People.
  • Chile: The President Gonzalez Videla is inform by his ministers about the news of the war in the world. He order that the situation inside the country continues with normality, as well as the commerce with the nations of Axis Alliance. If any problem occurs, he instructs to the Navy Commander to protect immediately to the Chilean's vessels. The production in the shipyard and the planes factories is increased. Also, he send some agents of the new intelligence organism (Agencia Nacional de Seguridad, ANASE) to collect info.
    • British Diplomacy: It begs Chile to help it destroy Cuba by sending military support and troops if possible.
    • Chilean diplomacy: Where is the paragraph about the nuke in Cuba?.
  • Australia: is seriously concerned by the use of a Nuclear weapon by the UK.It urges LOAN members to remain neutral in any war not threatening their own sovereignty. Hainan Island's troop numbers are doubled. The Australian Antarctic Territory is settled by a small squadron of soldiers, supported by the Airship fleet.

Indonesia is accepted into LOAN.


  • Korea: Korea builds up its military, but does not strike. They mobilize every reserve they have, and many are sent to the border. They begin to build up a navy and an air force, leaving old, obsolete abandoned Japanese aircraft.

Taking advantage of the chaos, East Saudi Arabia invades West Saudi Arabia, advancing very deeply.

The French colonies of Tunisia and Algeria, acting in conjunction with each other, they declare independence from France, hoping that this will go smoothly. They combine to form the Republic of Algeria-Tunisia.


  • Tibet: The Tibetan armed forces immediately mobilise. diplomats are sent to Mongolia and Japan to assure them that the non aggression treaty still holds. work on the seigfreid line surrounding Tibet redoubles. weapon, tank and aircraft production increase. The volunteer stalls are once again opened, though not nearly as many apply as before, during the China war. 100,000 troops are loaded onto five storm-class Zeppelins with two more carrying supplies. This convoy, with aircraft support, plans to arrive in Greece early next year, ready for deployment. ASMA rocket technology continues to advance, with prototype, non aim-able missiles now attached to Tibetan planes. in a speech to the Axis and non CNAT countries, the Dalai Lama makes this statement "this is not a war against Communists, such things as Communism could be settled by diplomats easily. This is a purge, a purge of the evil in this world, evil which attack without provocation and thought, and seeks to destroy and enslave the word. This day we fight not for ourselves, but for the spirit of freedom, which without us would already be lost.
  • Japan: Military rapidly goes into war mode. No attack is made but a threat is made that if any military or nuke supplies go into Asia, a primitive nuclear strike WILL occur in Korea and British Malaysia, China and India. Protests are put down with little effort as the majority of Chinese started to side with the Japanese and PRC. Nukes are deployed in PRC with new missile tech, capable of reaching Baghdad from Hong Kong. Tibet is promised peace, ONLY if they quit the Axis observers. Martial law is declared everywhere but Japan. Bunkers are built. In China, over 70% of the population support Japan and the PRC. Space programs are worked on. Japan warns that if Korea takes one step towards Japan, it will be nuked. Same with British China. Korea and British China are blockaded of ONLY military supplies.
    • Britain is angered by the nukes, explaining that they were hypocritical to the fact Britain can't tsend nukes into Asia, yet Japan put them in its territories in China. They call for Tibet to prepare for possible war. They increase support for Chinese separatists, build bunkers and underground refugee areas across the empire, and evacuate the British government and royal family from London to a secret location to operate.
    • Poland asks Japan to send military aid to the war in Austria. Your neutrality will not be threatened, as it is more threatened by British actions than Polish requests.
    • Belgium Diplomacy: Belgium is Axis Nation, but we request you not harm the Peacekeeping Troops in Korea or Korea strait. I ask this of you as a long time trading partner. Belgium don't wish to make this mess any bigger.
    • Japan Diplomacy: If we didn't, there would be war in Asia. You would go aggressive in China and we are using nukes to protect our interest. They also say that Tibet is a Japanese Ally and would NEVER take sides in a war. We are allowing food and medical supply to go through, you people aren't dead. Belgium, sorry my friend but you join the anti-US alliance. If we can stay at peace, we shall but Korea is a hotspot. We must stop trade in the meantime and I shall not declare war on you, but warn my other "friends" may not have the same feelings. We do share though the want not to go to war. Unless tensions flare in Asia, we will not invade any nation. We do send aid to Austria.
    • Polish Diplomacy: We thank the Japanese, and that with your aid we plus some other CNAT member's aid we have been able to turn the tide in this war.
    • British Diplomacy: It tells Austria it will provide military and economic protection from Poland. It tells Poland to stay out.
  • Britain: Britain continues building up and expanding her military. Research on new types of armor, tanks, battleships, airplanes, rocketry, nuclear technology, guns, bullets, and other military technologies continue. A peace program is being researched in the UK. Concerned about the USSR aggression, it believes India should prepare to be self-sustainable.

1951

  • Germany: Germany retaliates by launching rockets toward Austrian and Greece cities, and many night-bombings on Vienna and Athens are starting. Research into space flight continues, and many people feel that the war is unnecessary, and some begin to protest to end Germany's involvement. The German government states to its people that no good advances in Austria should happen by 1951.6, it will sign an ceasefire with the Axis. Germany begins research into IBCM's (to carry fuel-air-bombs, also to be researched), and continues to plan for a space launch by 1960.
  • Greece: The Greeks receive their new troops and post some of them for a counteroffensive in Austria. The rest are kept in case Greece itself is invaded. Greek missiles (non-nuclear) start to be fired into southern German cities (Their maximum range is the same distance as Bergens, Austria, to Stuttgart, Germany, for example, or Salzburg to Munich). AMSA starts researching more powerful rocketry. Bombings of Berlin, and Warsaw become common. Greece asks Bulgaria to send troops to aid the Austrians. Strategic bombers with Nukes are put on the ready, Just in case (Britain gave Axis members Nukes, check the Axis page for more details) Greece asks Britain to place its navy strategically in the Black Sea. Greece launches an invasion of southern Ukraine, with the help of Tibet. The invasion goes smoothly underway.
  • Bulgaria: agree and send troops to the Austrian front. More people join to the Bulgarian army and the weapon industries for help in war against the Communist menace. The vessels defense the Bulgarian coast. Defense lines are constructed in the north border. The Bulgarian government lead the nation from secret locations.
  • Japan (Took over the country upon user's request until he comes back next Thursday): Japan continues research into a space program. Aid is sent to the CNAT.
  • Greek Diplomacy: The Greeks would like to inform Japan that no invasions of East Turkestan, or Japan will be made, unless an attack is placed against Korea.
  • Cuba: Cuba has no idea how the nuking paragraph got removed but is grateful the nuke was apparently a dud. Now that CNAT has approved Cuba initiates the Total War Protocol, which allows for all of Cuba to be pledged to the war effort. The National Draft is issued, which calls for all young men to sign up for the army. Guns are imported from the USSR along with other military materials, such as tanks and military ships. Polish military advisors begin to train the recruited army, which numbers at roughly 60,000 troops. An invasion of Jamaica is planned by the Castro Regime, along with a planned invasion of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The Cuban Expeditionary Army in Venezuela fights hard against the Brazilians, defending key Communist bases successfully.
    • Nueva Granada Diplomacy: Following treaties with CNAT Venezuela is to become Nueva Granadan territory we will allow Polish and Soviet troops there until the transaction is complete but we demand the immediate withdrawal of Cuban forces from the region and a cease of hostilities with Brazil, other wise an embargo will be placed on Cuba, we will not hamper your war effort in the Caribbean but get out of South America.
    • Poland Diplomacy: Cuba, the war in the USSR has ended as control is slowly being given over to Nueva Granada. If you still want to help, Austria is the other you should contribute to. We will be attacking other countries soon as well, if you want to help there.
    • Cuban Diplomacy: Cuban troops have been withdrawn and the Castro Regime proposes talks of peace and a possible alliance between the two.
  • Britain begins to send troops to Jamaica and the Bahamas to defend it from the Cubans. They continue to expand and upgrade the military. It warns the US of Cuba's 'imperialist' ambitions and tells it to watch over the country. They also give the knowledge of nuclear technology to the Greeks, Belgians, and Italians, but no one else.
  • Australia: The Australian Antarctic Territory is colonised by settlers from mainland Australia, who found the town of Mawson. Mawson becomes the capital and main military base of the Territory.
  • Poland: The invasion of Austria has finally turned around. CNAT advances have knocked out most of the Axis troops and Austrian defenses. Austria will be conquered six months, and the CNAT attacks will be planned out then. Cuba is asked to help in the Austrian by sending aid to the conflict, helping secure the nation. Meanwhile, propaganda is being distributed among the Polish and Austrian populations to prevent revolts. Agriculture is being equipped with better equipment to help make up for the loss of labor.
    • Nueva Granada Diplomacy: Following several talks with the CNAT leaders of Poland and the USSR, in exchange for the transition of Communist Venezuela to Nueva Granadian rule and a complete withdrawal of all Communist activities in the region, the union has agreed to send military hardware to aid the CNAT campaign in Austria.
    • British Diplomacy: Britain warns Granada not to ever think of doing that or else all ties will be severed. They ask them to join Britain's side by conquering Venezuela and supporting the British.
    • Nueva Granada Diplomacy: Should ties be cut off we will be forced to look for other trading partners in your colonies.
    • British Diplomacy: Well, you're trying to support the CNAT, you're attempting to invade Indonesia, what does that have to do anything you are f******g innocent?!
    • German Diplomacy: Well, Nueva Granada was not invading Indonesia, he's supporting the rebels there, and his military units are helping by liberating them from Dutch Colonial Rule, so he's attacking dutch, and helping the Indonesians.
  • Nueva Granada: Military units in Indonesia attack colonial troops on new guinea to secure it for rebel forces. Military hardware (rations, guns, tanks) is sent to Polish forces fighting in Europe via the Pacific to the Soviet Union so not to get caught by British ships, soldiers prepare to enter Northern Venezuela as per the agreement as propaganda is distributed to the populace on both sides of the border about reunification and how the European expansionists will finally be leaving. During experimentation with different mechanisms the famed gun maker Jose discovers a way to make rifles automatic immediately the government begins funding a project to make a prototype for testing and eventual usage (no one has been making the automatic rifle and its long past the 1940s so I'm making it) nuclear program finally has a break through with the discovery of how to enrich uranium but even with this uncovered it will be at least a decade until the nation has its first nuclear weapon.
  • USSR: Kalashnikov redesigns one of his previous ideas that he kept secret (the AK-47) and his new model, the AK-M is put into mass production and given to Soviet troops. More war stuff comes soon.
  • Austrian Diplomacy: Austria asks for a ceasefire and to have peace talks between both sides.
  • Italy: Italian rockets are launched at Warsaw and Munich, and planes begin to bomb cities. Italian soldiers began a campaign in western Austria to combat German forces there. Colonial troops arrive in Europe and are sent to Austria. Austrian rebels are equipped by the Italians and begin to ambush Polish soldiers. Mussolini announces that Italy will hold on to Austria no matter the cost.
  • Austria: Austria thanks Italy and the people of Austria rise up against their Polish and German oppressors and force them out after thousands upon thousands of Austrian citizens turned guerrilla revolt and kill hundreds upon hundreds of German and Polish troops while seizing several groups of tanks and using them themselves. Revolts and guerrilla resistance will continue until Austria is free. Britain, Italy, and the rest of the Axis are begged to take as much as they can to help defeat the Communist scum and Germany, which should be divided after the war into four sectors, one Austrian, one British, one American, and one Italian.
    • You just can't kill thousands of them in one turn, sure maybe an few hundred, also the algorithm for the war was revised, since another supporter was added, and Austria is losing the war.--Enclavehunter 16:54, February 18, 2012 (UTC)
    • ok, i fixed it DeanSims 17:05, February 18, 2012 (UTC)

America has not enter the war.

    • Greek diplomacy: We just sent a bunch of troops, and have been helping you. instead of the American sector, it should be Greek.
    • Austrian Diplomacy: I apologize, it will be Greek then.
  • Belgium: With automatic weapons appearing, Belgian Army Corp pays Zastava Arms to begins developing the automatic weapons, they release the a prototype gas-operated self-powered Gatling type machine gun called MG01. MG01 is given to other Axis Nations to see if other variants appear. 15 Neo-Zero Jet Fighters Fighters, 12 LAV-01A and 5 LAV-02 are sent to Bulgaria. Several missile silo are built.
  • Tibet: The Siegfried line around Tibet is completed, making it much harder to invade Tibet from the north or east. caving in under pressure from citizens and military advisors, the Dalai Lama agrees to have a nuclear weapon programme in Tibet. Two new weapons innovations are made, Tibet's first faster than sound plane, the T-60, and a new variant of the MG01 called the MG07, which is much the same but uses shot-gun ammo. It has a shorter range and is slower to reload, but is more powerful and every shot hits a wide area.military numbers continue to soar, and another 50'000 troops equipped with new weapons, air to air missiles and jets are sent to Europe, this time to aid Austria. ASMA rocket technology is much improved, with missiles now able to reach Japan and Saudi Arabia. sadly they have still not reached space. The Dalai Lama, though asked to leave Tibet to a safe location, refuses.
  • Chile: As the world war continues, many in the Chilean government express to the Presidente Gonzalez Videla his about the possibility that Chile eventually end entering in the conflict by any event, despite that Chile is just an observer of AA. The army begins the construction of bunkers in several places of the country. Also, the change of attitude of New Granada toward the Axis really surprises the government, which order to the Chilean soldiers who was training there, to return home for begin to training the local soldiers. About the rumors of Cuba's forces attacking the Brazilian at Venezuela, Chile demands to the Cubans to stop this actions if are true. A permanent military force is sent to the settlement established in Antarctica in the previous months, with more supplies.
    • British Diplomacy:It tells the Chileans that the rumors of Cuba are true. They also ask it to help support the war against the CNAT.
    • A base in Antarctica, Katholico, really? Is that plausible?
    • Don't think so ... even now, any settlements in Antarctica are strictly scientific and only in summer ... unless they mean the northernmost tip of Antarctica, unless that fact is specified the Antarctica part will be crossed out. Those northern Islands are the only place an Antarctic settlement can have even the slightest chance of survival ... period, even then its iffy, and mildly possible with today's tech.
    • Yep, Australia also did it (see up). And in OTL, the first Chilean base was establish in 1947 :p
      • close 'nuff ... OK ... those islands work.
    • Cuban Diplomacy: Cuba did its part in CNAT's attempt to establish a Communist state in Venezuela by aiding Communist rebels and defending bases against the Brazilian Imperialists. However, following a treaty with Nueva Granada all Cuban forces withdrew from Venezuela. We intend no harm to South American nations and would like to formalise talks of trade rights and possible alliance between Cuba and Chile.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: We inform to Cuba that the Chilean government is not interested in to make any trade or alliance with a CNAT member (specially if they are attacking to an important trade partner).

1951.5

  • Poland: The war in Austria has been won, and control over the entire nation has been established, though guerrilla warfare is still going on in some parts. A puppet state is established, and the People's Socialist State has been created. Polish troops begin an advance into Italy, and ask CNAT members to once again begin the process of liberating another country. War Parades are being held across the nation to celebrate the recent victory, though Wallery tells his nation that the path to Victory is still being walked. War production is being stepped up, and propaganda among the Polish state is rising.
  • USSR: In the Battle for Vienna, a CNAT flag was raised above the Austrian parliament, and a Soviet hammer-and-sickle flag. AK-47 and AK-M productions skyrocket, as the Soviets decide to give soldiers unlimited ammo and full-auto rifles, as the west is hesitant to waist that much ammo on targets. Russians begin bombing campaigns in Greece, with Athens as their first target, along with Constantinople. Russian forces successfully are pushing the Greeks out of Kriane, now with them only remaining in control of the southern Crimea Peninsula. More war stuff to add. USSR Tries to convince Nueva Grenada not to side with the Axis, as they are trying to bully and pressure them into going against their will. Soviet forces, trying not to turn nations in Europe against them, start driving into the Greek Balkans, and stage a Communist revolution in Yugoslavia while they were at it. USSR starts its infamous two-mile bomb blitz over England, launching bombs over two miles in the air, the bombs start hitting in random places. A Russian jet bomber, however, at the end of the blitz lowers itself on London at an altitude of 1000 feet, devastating the city, and barely being hit by British planes, due to its superior speed and assault capabilities.
    • Polish Diplomacy: Poland asks the USSR to help support Poland and Germany in Italy. With your support we could turn the invasion around.
    • USSR: I already started bombing Italian cities in the turn above at the beginning of the war ... but yeah, some more divisions are sent to invade Italy.
    • Cuban Diplomacy: Cuba requests aircraft to help counter the British air raids.
    • Britain continues to bomb Cuba and Germany.
  • Britain continues to build up and upgrade its military. They continue to fund resistance groups in Polish-controlled Austria and Japanese-controlled China. They promise the Chinese in British China independence if they were to support them against the Japanese. They begin bombing campaigns in Germany and Cuba and ask the US to help in the war. Propaganda amongst the Empire's subjects continues to rise as more and more men are being drafted into the army. They send troops to Italy to defend it from the Poles. They ask France to help as well as Chile.
    • Indian Declaration: The Federation of India declares independence after meeting with top British politicians. It will accept the Emperor of the British Empire as its head but will have a Prime Minister and will be a constitutional monarchy.
    • Britain: agrees to let India independent due to the fact they believe they should go on their own. It tells them they should develop their economy and military with the help of the British. They do warn them of the ethnic and religious factions and tell them they should work to find a compromise. They also ask them to join the Axis to fight off the threat of Communism.
    • Indian Diplomacy: The Emperor is seen as a very important figure and Hindus and Muslims alike will honour him and their duty towards him and their country and people. Whatever industry the British have developed will be continued and upgraded and British tanks, aircraft and guns are asked to be bought. Seeing that they are surrounded by Communist countries, the Federation of India joins the Axis Alliance and hopes to buy nukes from nuclear-capable countries.
    • British Diplomacy: They tell India they are happy to be friends, but warns them that they must try to protect themselves from the threat of Communism.
    • Indian Diplomacy: We are ready to deploy troops to protect Mother India from threats. We have two unfriendly countries. So what do we do?
  • Germany: Germany launches rockets at Milan and Venice, while bombings are regular in London and southern England. German troops in Austria crush an resistance cell in Austrian-occupied Prague. German troops begin pushing into western mainland Italy, capturing small towns, before stopping and building defenses to prepare for an possible counterattack from the Axis. Germany begins building an rocket for an test flight, and is far enough inland for not country to nail it with other weapons. Anti-bomber defenses and jet fighters begin patrolling the skies over Germany and Austria.
  • Japan: Japan continues to supply the CNAT in Europe, and moves forces into its Chinese territory. Research into an space program, continues, as is advance rifles.
  • Cuba: 51,000 troops land on the northernmost shores of Jamaica and quickly capture the cities of Falmouth, St Anne's and Montenego Bay to establish a beachhead. The Cuban in charge, General Che Guevara plans to overrun British positions when reinforcements arrive. Castro optimistically plans to annex all of Jamaica by 1954. All Cuban troops are withdrawn to Cuba and the Second National Draft is issued, drafting approximately 45,000 men who begin training by Polish Military Advisors as quickly as possible.
    • Britain: Britain responds by sending air raids into Cuba. They continue to ask America and Mexico and other American countries for help.
    • Polish forces in Venezuela head toward Cuba to help the attack. Any available aircraft in the area are being sent there as well
  • Bulgaria: Bulgarian troops are send to Italian land for help in the war. Industries in all country duplicated his production of weapons. more people are trained for defense the nation. New roads are built.
    • British Diplomacy: It asks what side are they on: the Axis or the CNAT?
    • We are Axis members.
  • Australia: Mawson in Antarctica reaches its population limit of 80 residents (not including the military personnel who are stationed there). A fleet is sent to Hainan Island to deter any invasion by either the Japanese or the British. Aide and experts are sent to Indonesia to help build and industrialize the country.
  • Tibet: Tibet has seen from the invasion of Austria, that CNAT is nothing but an international terrorist organisation. It asks to become a member of the Axis and take part in its nuclear programme. industry and military continues to grow, though at this time no more re-inforcements can be sent to Europe.

LOAN Diplomacy If Tibet becomes a member of the Axis, LOAN will be forced to annul its membership, as Tibet will no longer be classified as neutral.

    • British Diplomacy: It agrees to Tibet's request.
  • Nueva Granada: As per the treaty with CNAT half of the VSSR is absorbed while the other half is to be added at a later time military units begin pouring into the region to secure it and to dispel any possible dissent before it happens, any military hardware left behind by CNAT forces is saved for research, New resources are brought into the region to aid in the industrialization and construction of infrastructure.
    • British Diplomacy: It questions Granada if they will agree to not support the CNAT.
  • Italy: Italian forces fall back to the Po River, where a massive defensive line is under construction. It is fitted with machine guns, artillery, tanks, and rockets. Funding of guerrillas in CNAT-occupied countries continues, and retreating Italian forces continue to harass incoming troops. Guided missiles are researched and are expected to be operational by mid 1952.
  • Austria: Austria launches a nationwide rebellion and secret cashes of nukes are activated and threatened to be set up, destroying the CANT advance and destroying hundreds of thousands of invasion troops. One nuclear bomb is set off inside Germany by Austrian rebels, and Munich is wiped off the map, and the rebels also die, but in the cause of liberty. Another bomb is set off by a major CNAT supply and troops base inside Austria, and although parts of Austria are destroyed, the damage to the CNAT war cause is far worse. The Austrian Army and Navy are placed under Italian and Greek control while the Austrian Navy is put under Greek control.
    • Okay, as I said before you can't kill thousands, hundreds yes, and detonating three nuclear weapon has given the CNAT a right to use their nukes. And its implausible to have three nukes go off, I suggest sticking with the one in Munich, as it has no importance to Germany. Enclavehunter 17:25, February 19, 2012 (UTC)
    • Yes, three nukes is pushing it ... I will allow you to uncross one nuke, ONE, or you can keep the nuclear weapon usage recalled, and remember, USSR has more advanced strategic bombers, and will kill the Axis forces-Lx (leave me a message)
  • India: Celebrates its earned independence. Subash Chandrashaker Bose's Azad Hind is made into India's army of crack soldiers and its members will go round teaching militias how to fight. The army is re-organized with newly bought weapons while the economy receives a pleasant boost when more jobs are created with the creation of new ammunition and cotton factories. There is outrage however, when Mahatma Gandhi is murdered by a Communist extremist and this increases a very anti-Communist feeling in India.
    • British Diplomacy: It welcomes India's coming to the Axis.
  • Romania: Romania increases the size of its armed forces by issuing a draft. The Romanian government, along with the king, formally makes a request to join the Axis. They also request that Axis members modernize Romania's tanks and air force. Large numbers of soldiers are placed on the Soviet and Austrian borders.
    • British Diplomacy: It agrees to Romania's requests. It asks them to send troops to Italy to help fight against the Communists.
    • Romanian Diplomacy: Romania will send forces to Italy and Austria to fight the Communists in return for a place in the Axis alliance and some nuclear technology.
    • British Diplomacy: It agrees to the requests. The nuclear technology, however, will be decided by the Axis.
  • The US continues to improve its economy. Many people, particularly the ruling Republicans, see the wars of the outside world as being a detriment to the United States and opt for a more isolationist foreign policy.
    • Austrian Diplomacy: Austria asks the United States to join the Axis to help defeat the Communist oppressors and support democracy throughout the world. Anything Austria has that the US wants will be given to Austria if it joins the Axis.
    • British Diplomacy: It strongly urges America to join the Axis as well, as the Communist threat inevitable and they need their help on ending it. They ask them to invade Cuba.
  • Belgium: The Air Corp releases the J-45 Jet Bomber. With Austria fallen and Italy and Greece at war with CNAT's Core Countries, troops from the Force Publigue are moved from the Belgian Congo to Italy to help push back the German and Polish Advances. Remaining Paratroopers (that were drop back 1950.5 for defensive Purposes) begin to train rebel forces repel the invaders. Plans are sent to Romania to modernize the military, 10 LAV-01A1 and 50 Quad-bikes (ATVs) are sent as well.
    • Romanian Diplomacy: The King thanks Belgium gratefully for the new vehicles, and asks to supply it with modern jet aircraft.
    • Belgium Diplomacy: Ten Neo-Zero Jet Fighters are sent. A trade agreement is asked for between our nations.
    • Romanian Diplomacy: Romania accepts, and also wonders why Belgium and the Netherlands didn't invade Germany.
    • British Diplomacy: Oh why wasn't that though of? Derp. For Netherlands, they didn't want to get involved. Anyway, it asks Romania for an alliance and trade agreements.
    • Romanian Diplomacy: Romania accepts, and promises to declare war on all CNAT members until the Communists are no more. The government is only planning to declare war on the USSR, Poland, and the Austrian puppet regime first.
    • Polish Diplomacy: Poland would like to say to Romania that a state of war already existed with all of CNAT when troops were sent to Austria and Italy.
  • Greece: The Axis launches counterattacks in Ukraine, Italy and Austria, all of which are successful. They ask Romania to assist their invasion into the USSR. India and Romania are welcomed into the Axis.

1952

  • Poland: Following recent attacks in Italy and Austria, the puppet state in Austria is told to get its national guard to help defend against the attacks, and to put down the revolt. An Austrian army is being created out of Austrian Communists, but to insure no agents get in, only members of the Austrian Communist party before the war can join. Meanwhile, back in Warsaw, with the air force guarding the city from attack, Wallery gives a speech to his people: "We are fighting a war that no one wanted. We didn't want it, the Axis didn't want it, no one wanted it. But here we stand today, most of us working in ammunition factories with loved ones dieing in faraway lands to fight against something that threatens our nation. They are fighting for a Poland, that can live without enemies threatening its existence. They are fighting for a land where their grand kids can go through a peace that hasn't been seen by our generation in a long time. They are fighting for our existence, to control our own nation without foreign intrusion. They are willing to die for our freedom to live our lives and for our kids and their kids. So let's give them a hand and keep fighting this war until a new era of peace has been permanently made. We attacked first, but only because their alliance is threatening our existence. Our days of invading for land are over, we are now fighting for our existence. Long live the Worker's Revolution".
  • Britain continues to build up and upgrade its military. They continue to fund resistance groups in Polish-controlled Austria and Japanese-controlled China. They begin to fund resistance and separatist groups in the USSR. They begin to support new Axis members and India through economic and military means. They continue bombing campaigns in Cuba. Propaganda amongst the Empire's subjects continues to rise as more and more men are being drafted into the army. They continue send troops to Italy to defend it from the Poles. They send news that Germany is leaving the CNAT and is quitting the war. It also begins to develop its space program.
    • Indian Response: After a huge uproar with the murder of Gandhi by Communist rebels, troops willingly agree to go and fight with their British counter-parts against the Communist monsters. Reinforcements are on their way ...
    • British Diplomacy: It praises India for helping in the war. Anti-Communist protests take place all over the British Empire.
  • Germany: Germany declares an ceasefire between the Axis and Germany, and drops out of the CNAT (due to the request by the people) and ask to join the League of Neutral Nations or whatever its called. Plans for an man on the moon are destined for 1959.9, with the successful launch of an test rocket, and an satellite launch is planned for 1956. Research into advance electronics and gas continue.
  • Japan:Japan continues to send aid to the CNAT, and research into an space flight continues, as well as the developing of an weapon.
  • Korea: Korea mobilizes their military.
  • Spain: Spain builds up its military. They ask to buy an atomic bomb from Britain.
    • British Diplomacy: It asks Spain to rebuild relationships after the Franco-Spanish War. It asks them reform the government (it'll be taken that back if you said it's already been done) and to establish an alliance and trade agreements. The atomic bomb, however, must be decided by the Axis.
    • Spanish Diplomacy: First off, this is our government and it is working out for us. Industry is easily built at the cost of undesirable citizens. Secondly, it may not seem like it, but France was the aggressor in the Spanish/Franco War. Even now, they plan to invade us.
  • The USA adds Alaska as a new state, due to its population growing higher than in OTL due to them having so many refugees there, bringing the total amount of US states up to 49. Many Americans begin to feel that Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and possibly more territories may eventually become states, but they are concerned that Puerto Rico is so far away. They build up the Puerto Rican military. They also ask to buy the Bahamas from Britain. In return they will pay Britain a great deal of money and help them in the war against Cuba (as Cuba is close enough to be a threat). They still don't want to get involved in Europe and Asia, however.
    • British Diplomacy: It desperately agrees. Also, Cuba will be divided into two occupation centers: one American, one British.
    • Cuban Diplomacy: Cuba warns that if the United States declares war on Cuba then all of CNAT will declare war on the U.S. Castro warns the United States of the "mutual assured destruction" between the U.S. and CNAT involving nuclear missiles.
    • The US sends aid to help Britain in the war. They only give aid to Britain, and don't launch any offenses of their own.
    • British Diplomacy: Britain praises America for fighting the war against tyranny and Communism. They call for the US to join the Axis. They do ask them to fortify Hawaii and Alaska as they are targets for the CNAT.
  • Puerto Rico, so far away? Alaska is many, many times farther away from mainland America than Puerto Rico! And Hawaii is even farther still!
    • But to get to those, it's just a straight sailing. To get to Puerto Rico, you have to go through areas owned by Cuba or the British Bahamas. They are separated from the US.
  • Australia: Australia welcomes Germany into LOAN with open arms. The USA is once again invited to join LOAN. Submarines are built in Hainan Territory.
  • Cuba: With the arrival of reinforcements Che Guevara's strategy of complete overwhelming of British defenses pulls through, albeit with massive casualties. However, soon, Cuban troops overwhelm the countryside, confiscating goods, weapons and crops. Che Guevara issues the Good Nature Protocol, calling for all Jamaican citizens to be treated with respect by the Cuban troops which results in less resistance by native Jamaicans. Che Guevara leads an armored column to capture Jamaica's capitol Kingston by 1952.6. Meanwhile, continued aid and materials are sent to the war effort in Europe and officials are sent to the U.S. to secure peace between the two nations, or at worst the signing of a non-aggression pact.
    • British Diplomacy: They fund anti-Cuban groups in Jamaica, warning the people that Communism is a threat to democracy.
  • Nueva Granada: Grand scale construction continues in the Venezuelan provinces as more military units are sent in to keep the populace in check. As a final step to the reunification of New Granada an invitation (ultimatum) is sent to panama to invite it into the union. The first automatic Rifle proposed by Jose is finished, based on his own design, it is named the T52 (it's a FN FAL, which while inferior nowadays, would have been quite effective in those days) mass production and distribution is initiated the Nueva Granadan government offers to sell variations of the T52 to any nation may request it, it gives blueprints of the gun to other LOAN members, Nuclear program continues with little progress since the discovery of the formula for enriched uranium but efforts continue.construction of the navy has began with cruisers, and submarines being the focus at the moment.
    • Axis Austria: Austria's people over throw the Polish implaced government after even the CNAT imposed government puts their voices against CNAT, and the Confederate States of Austria is re-proclaimed from Rome. Austria asks to join the League of Neutral Nations, at least for now. Austria asks America to help Austria in its want for a democratic government and asks for support.
    • British Diplomacy: They send troops to Axis Austria to eliminate CNAT Austria.
  • CNAT Austria: The remaining areas of Austria still under the SR of Austria's control ask for CNAT aid to repel the CS of Austria's troops as they continue to ry and force out the influence of our government.
  • Romania: The King, Micheal I, gives a speech in Bucharest: "The nation of Romania is committed to all that is right, and the ideas of Communism and the actions performed by CNAT indicate that Communism does not uphold the liberty, freedom, and equality as it states. Romania does not agree with the tenets of Communism or extreme Fascism, but it must chose the lesser of two evils. Therefore, in the interests of both the Romanian people and the other denizens of this beautiful planet, the Romanian government has declared war on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the People's Republic of Poland, and the puppet Socialist Republic of Austria. May god help us in our noble goal in overthrowing Communism." The invasion of these three nations begins with Axis support. A new fighter is planned, inspired by a pair of German dissidents.
    • Axis Austrian Diplomacy: Axis Austria asks Romania for its help against CNAT Austria.
    • Romanian Diplomacy: Romania has invaded Austria to defeat the CNAT forces there, and they supply weapons to Anti-CNAT militias there.
    • Romania is thanked.
    • British Diplomacy: It thanks Romania and asks them to try to open another front to distract the USSR.
  • Italy: Italian forces retake western Italy from the leaving German forces. An attack on Polish forces pushes them back but not completely out of Italy. Funding of guerrillas in Austria and Poland continues. Guided missile prototypes are released and wreak havoc on Polish and USSR bombers. Mussolini announces that the Communist menace will be out of Italy and the dream of a Roman Empire will continue.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany would like to start trade relations with Italy again.
    • Italian Diplomacy: Italy agrees.
    • British Diplomacy: It also wants to restart relations with Germany again.
    • German Diplomacy: Agree, but no alliances, as Germany does not want to get dragged into another world war.
  • Greece:With Germany dropping out of the war, and Italy and Austria almost fully recovered, things are looking good for the Axis. The only bad news about the war is that, after continued stalemate conditions, the attack on the Ukraine has failed, and the Greeks could only evacuate 33% of their troops (random.org). These troops, and new conscripts will assist the Romanians in their attacks on the USSR and Poland.
  • India: Azad Hind continues teaching the militias how to fight. The army is given new aircraft to train its pilots while the economy receives a pleasant boost when more jobs are created with the creation of new ammunition and cotton factories. The army goes to Europe in their millions to fight for the Axis and to preserve the ideas of Freedom and Democracy. Subash Chandra Bose gives a historic speech in what is turning out to be "the year where speeches waged war". It went something along the lines of this: "Fellow citizen of the Federation of India, we are into a war forcibly brought upon us by the blasted Communists! Our greatest hero was murdered with a hammer and our trust was slashed with a sickle. We cannot let these two monstrous equipments destroy our ideas of faith, freedom, democracy and peace. We will fight the Communists in Europe, we will fight them in the treacherous mountains of central Asia, we will go on to fight in our homes. We will fight until the last one standing, for our valor, honor and bare survival. We will fight and we will win. So god help us all!". This helps rally the people like never before, and soon, conscription numbers soar.
  • Chile: The country is preparing for the presidential election in the next months. Each party has defined his candidate. The first polls show that the rightist candidate runs with a wide advantage over all his rivals. Is possible that if he won, Chile join to the war. While, the government of President Gonzalez V. continues with modernization of the old areas of Chile. New tanks are integrated to the army.
  • Belgium: Supplies are sent to all other Axis Nations. Force Publique help Italian and Austrian resistance push Polish troops back.

BULGARIA The army now duplicated his size due to more men being trained. While the troops in Italy now moved to Austria for continues helping the Axis offensive and also soldiers are send to Romania. The new roads built allow to transport persons and supplies to the borders.

1952.5

  • The USA continues to send aid to Britain in their conflict with Cuba. Harold Stassen wins reelection easily, replacing his old Vice President with the younger Richard Nixon. The US government is also are beginning to hear rumors of the German space program ...
  • Axis Austria (which Deansims told me to control while he's gone) continues to attempt to defeat the CNAT parts of Austria, as they want the Axis to be the most powerful.
  • Romania: Romania invades Poland and the USSR with the aid of Axis nations. In order for this to succeed, troops are drawn from Italy, as the government believes Italy can handle itself right now. Oil begins to be shipped to other Axis nations as part of the war effort. Experiments with the secret project continue, but more jet engines are required. Romania starts its own nuclear program and requests aid from Axis nations to get it going.
  • Poland: The Generals in charge of war operations have planned a major coup against the government, mainly Wallery. They know the war cannot be won, and that if Wallery stays in charge the nation is going to attack the wrong nation one day. They attempt to convince Wallery to surrender, but he refuses, and the general who bought it up was shot. This helps the General's case, and they successfully plant a bomb in Wallery's suitcase, which exploded while he was giving a speech. The Communists begin fighting for power, while the Generals take control. However, anarchists have entered the civil war, tired of the government interfering with the population, and they begin attacking both sides. The Generals try to appeal to the international community for support, while the Communists ask rebels everywhere to come and help, they also ask for CNAT support, which probably isn't going to come. The anarchists ask no one, and just enter shoot outs with Communists and the Generals. However, the Generals gain a major victory when they discover old concentration camps, and the Polish population starts to side with them.
    • Italian Diplomacy: Italian troops will support the generals if they promise to sign a ceasefire following the war.
    • The Generals will agree to get support, and agree to a ceasefire after the civil war
    • Greek Diplomacy: Are the generals Communists?
    • The Generals are rebels against the Communist government, mainly because they know that Wallery is crazy with power.
  • Britain continues to build up and upgrade its military. They continue to fund resistance groups in Polish-controlled Austria and Japanese-controlled China. They continue to fund resistance and separatist groups in the USSR. They continue bombing campaigns in Cuba. Propaganda amongst the Empire's subjects continues to rise as more and more men are being drafted into the army. It also begins to develop its space program.
  • Cuban Diplomacy: Cuba wishes to sign a peace treaty with the British Empire which will effectively end hostilities between the two nations. However, Cuba requests Britain recognize that Jamaica belongs to Cuba.
  • Chile: Arturo Matte Larraín is elected as new President of Chile, supported by liberal-conservative elements. As first act, he order an meeting between the leaders of the principal parties to discuss about if the country become or not in a full member of the Axis Alliance. The armed forces are in good conditions and well trained, and the possibility to access to the nuclear technology are a good incentive for joining to the war. Finally, all agree to joining to the alliance against Communists.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: Delegate Gonzalez von Marées send officially a request to the Axis Alliance for that Chile join as member.
    • Axis Diplomacy: Chile is accepted into Axis as Junior Member.
  • Germany:Germany continues its plans for an satellite launch, and after the German government hears its ahead of schedule, moves the satellite launch to 1953, and an man on the moon on 1960. Meanwhile, advance gas and electronics continue. Reconstruction on Germany begins, with many returning soldiers are put to work as rebuilding Germany.
    • I'd say a man on the moon 13 years early would be a bit implausible for this game's POD. We don't want this to be like the last game with space shuttles in the 50s.
    • I'll fix it to 1960.
    • You haven't even got a man into space. Wait at least4-5 years until a manned space orbit and 6-7 years after that for a manned landing. America took longer than this and they were a superpower!!
  • USSR: The Soviets come into Poland to Restore Order, and in the meantime, they manage to occupy the territory that was taken form the USSR by the Poles after the civil war along pretty much the OTL borders of Belarus and Ukraine. So far this is only Communist-occupied territory. IN a major counter-offensive in Ukraine, Russians finally push the Greeks out of Ukraine and a land invasion of Constantinople is planned. A nuclear threat is issued (although, due to what happened with Brazil, it is unlikely that Russia will use the nuclear bomb), and the Russians hope to use before the Axis can gain Jet technology.
    • The Axis already has jet technology, doesn't it?
    • Yes
  • Italy: Because of the anarchy in Poland, Italian troops liberate their northern territories. Guided missile research is completed and the Italian air force gains superiority. Troops are sent to protect Constantinople from possible Russian attacks. Funding of guerrillas in Austria continues against the Polish occupiers.
  • Greece: sends troops to Austria and Romania. Conscription continues.
  • Cuba: Cuban troops march triumphantly into Kingston. Castro proclaims the day "Liberation Day" and holds large feasts and celebrations throughout Cuba. Cuba begins to formally annex Jamaica into the Cuban society and begins plans to invade Haiti/Dominican Republic. Thanks to Polish and Russian airplanes the bombing raids into Cuba result in minimal damage.
    • The USA states that the Cubans should not dominate over Cuba, and ups its aid to Britain. You are going against the US and Britain, Poland and Russia are distracted by their own wars so they aren't going to be that much help. You're not in a position to be gaining territory.
  • Denmark stays respectfully neutral but begins to improve the Danish Air force, hoping to construct over 100 new fighter jets using the new funds from the high Lego sales.
  • Australia: Qantas Airlines opens its first trans-continental airship service, running from Sydney to Perth. A line is planned between Sydney and Hainan. Plans are made for the creation of another Antarctic base next year.
  • Spain: Spain works on rebuilding its relationship with Britain after the Spanish-Franco War. The military is increased.
  • Belgium: The Air Corp re-positions Neo-Zero Fighter Jet to interception role and release the new Fighter-Bomber, F-10 Thor (similar to Republic F-105 Thunderchief). The Air Corp looks at Tibet's Airship fleet. Zastava Arms begins studying recovered the AK-47s and AK-Ms hope to have a working replica by early next year. Researches into advance computers, radar, and Rocketry.
  • Brazil: Vargas, seeing the distraction of the Soviets and the POles, resumes the war against North Venezuela in a massive offensive. The Brazilian air force overwhelms the planes that the CNAT has there, and begins carpet bombing North Venezuelan cities. Despite the guerrilla resistance, the Brazilian Army makes significant headway. He asks for aid from the United States in stamping out Communism in South America. Brazil asks to be allowed into the Axis Alliance, as the war with the USSR is now raging, and since Brazil is still at war with the USSR.
    • Nueva Granada Diplomacy: North Venezuela has been incorporated into the union we demand the immediate withdrawal of Brazilian troops from the region and cease all military campaigns as its hurting civilians of the union, if no response is giving there will be diplomatic repercussions.
    • Brazilian diplomacy: Brazil apologizes. The attack was due to a misunderstanding on our part. All troops are withdrawn from Nueva Granada.
  • Nueva Granada: Continued Production of the T52 is enforced as its distribution is increased, the army is rushed to the Brazilian border and placed on high alert. A new program to improve the air force is initiated and designs to update the already out of date anti-tank weapons is initiated. New factories are built through out the nation to specialize in arms production for exportation, a new pro-military propaganda campaign is initiated to increase the sense of national unity, and Latin pride in the nation, native cultures are shown as brutes in these campaigns.
  • Tibet: Tibet's nuclear programme, continues to advance with help from the Axis, and Tibetan scientists manage to split an atom. The ASMA base in Tibet is hoping to get a probe in space by 1955. With recruitment still going on, more reinforcements are sent to Tibet, Along with several flights Yak-5 jet fighter, following on from the Yak-1 and Yak-3 fighters. A storm class Zeppelin is also sent to Belgium to be studied by the designers, there afterwards it is to join up with the remaining ground troops and Air force in Austria. Aid is also sent to Brazil, though with the war and the distance between them, not much aid can be sent.
    • Belgian Diplomacy: Thanks Tibet for temporary loaning their Storm-Class Zeppelin to studied. In return they ask if would like study or need.
  • India: More troops are readied and new Axis equipment is given to the army. These will be mass-produced and sent to equip troops on the front-line. Nepal and Bhutan are convinced to join the Federation when they are told of what they could become if they try to go against the Communists when they invade. Subash Bose becomes India's new leader, with an overwhelming majority with both Hindu and Muslim voters. A new constitution is adopted and the Palace is readied up for the Emperor's stay for three months. The ordering of territories in the Federation begin for the first time since its formation.
  • Denmark King Frederick IX has decided that it would be better for the economy if Denmark buy Zeppelins from the new Australian factories and has decided to abandon the idea of the fighter jets. The export of Lego is still going fine and the Danish population still haven't gotten over the little bricks.

1953

  • The USA: continues to demand that Jamaica be either rendered independent or given back to Britain, not controlled by Cuba. They ask if Britain has sold them the Bahamas yet, the US gives them large sums of money. The USA detonates a couple more nuclear bombs as tests and a show of strength in the western desert. Space research continues.
    • Britain: I did. The Bahamas are all yours.
  • Axis Austria continues to oppose CNAT and aid all Axis goals. Austria demands from Poland Hungary and its portion of Czechoslovakia, and Poland can keep it Baltic lands.
  • Romania: Romania continues its invasion of the USSR, and in the face of attacks on the UK the government also declares war on Cuba. The department of science declares that the secret project will be completed in about two years. They also announce that they have opened an atomic laboratory in a undisclosed location. The government sends weapons to the Generals in Poland.
  • Poland: The civil war continues. The Communists, after retreating from the General's growing army, have finally established a defensive line with Soviet help. This has kept Warsaw under Communist control. The nation is being torn apart by the war, and every inch of land is being fought over. Many industrial, military, and other technologies are being stored in secure museums in the south. The armies in Italy and Austria have mostly mutinied after supplies stopped coming in. A few units have gone rogue, terrorising the populations of Poland and a few cities in other countries, though they are mostly limited to Anarchist held land. The Generals have officially declared that they are a democracy.
  • Britain Continues to build up and upgrade its military. They begin funding the anti-Communist faction in the anarchy in Poland. They continue to fund resistance groups in the USSR. They continue bombing campaigns in Cuba. Propaganda amongst the Empire's subjects continues to rise as more and more men are being drafted into the army. It also begins to develop its space program. They ask the US if it really wants to have British Columbia.
    • The US really has no great desire for British Columbia.
    • Indian Diplomacy: Think about it, Alaska would be directly connected to the rest of America and would will not have to go through Canada. No logistical problem when moving troops and things like that.
    • Wait, CANADA owns British Columbia, not Britain.
    • Greek Diplomacy: Did you mean the Bahamas?
    • British Diplomacy: I do not understand what India's trying to say. For now, British Columbia WILL REMAIN Canadian.
  • Germany: Germany launches its first satellite (been doing research for a while), and is expect to launch an second one in 1954. Reconstruction continues, and research into advance space technology begins or continues (not fast, though. As it took an satellite since the first nuke was developed.)
  • Chile: The president orders to mobilize to the armed forces. A Navy group is sent to the Caribbean sea with troops to fight along with British and US forces against Cuba in Jamaica. Special forces infiltrate Cuban positions. A contingent with more troops is sent to Europe. Military National production increasing.
  • Tibet: With The war almost over, Tibet raises the issue of what will happen to the Axis once CNAT is gone. Belgium is asked for the schematics for nuclear weapons, as that would be a big help. While troops on the front line are still fighting CNAT in Austria, Conscription rates in the country itself begin to go down. an Alliance and trade agreement is offered to India, use of India's huge workforce in exchange for Tibetan technology.
    • Indian Diplomacy: (We are already allied, we are the Axis, LOL) The kind gesture is appreciated and trade deals are signed with the Tibetans. The exchange of manforce for technology is also accepted. If it is not much of a problem, Indian scientists suggest that working together could yield faster results in nuclear development than going it alone.
    • Belgian Diplomacy: Agrees to supplies the schematics for a nuclear weapon program.
  • Italy: Italian troops push all Polish troops out of Austria. Several regiments are sent to Poland to aid the generals in the civil war. Italy also works on establishing relationships with Libya, and hopes to bring all its colonies into an Italian Commonwealth. Several divisions of soldiers are called back to Italy as the war ends.
  • Nueva Granada: The military continues to modernize, finally new breakthroughs in the nuclear program are made although at the cost of 4 of the main scientists on the project. A formal constitution is writing but to everyone's surprise it is incredible straight forward and complete control of the army is in the hands of Grand assembly as of now the army no longer holds any political power and the military leaders offer themselves up for court martial for unlawfully seizing power, all are acquitted. New requests are made to panama to join the nation which is official known now as the Republic of New Granada.
  • Argentina updates its military.
  • Greece: Will send aid to the generals in the Polish Civil War, if they agree to give independence to the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Hungary. The Greek Representative to the Axis send this message to the USSR, during a speech in the newly-liberated Austria: "Germany, has left. Poland, has shattered. Japan, and East Turkestan, stayed isolated. There is no one to help the USSR now. They might as well surrender to avoid bloodshed ... "
    • British Diplomacy: Britain also reminds Greece the Axis needs to support the anti-Communist regime in the anarchy of Poland.
    • USSR:
  • Australia: With a booming airship industry and the newly opened Sydney-Hainan line, Australia is doing very well. With the extra money, the government has proposed a small Australian space program, dedicated to sending a communication satellite into space by 1955.
  • Denmark: The latest Census indicates that Denmark now has a population of about 4,200,000, which is not as large as King Frederick IX hoped and he has decided to issue the new three child law, in which every family must have a minimum of three children to increase the population. Poorer families will receive some government funding to help support the new children.
  • BULGARIA: The Bulgarian forces continue supporting the battles against the CNAT. More upgrades to the infrastructure of the country.
  • USSR: Russian troops are in triumph as they liberate Ukraine from Greeks. They aid Communist forces in Poland, taking control of the Baltic states. Russian Scientists continue to works on rocketry. The war effort is relaxed, and is only aiding Poland and building up defences in Ukraine against Greece. The The Russian Orthodox Church condemns the Greeks for attacking their orthodox brethren. Russia officially withdraws from fighting to focus more on internal affairs and space. although they do warn the world that they will use nuclear bombs(not used yet!) if the sovereignty of the nation is really threatened. some support is lent to Cuba, but only in forms of the "sale" of Jet bombers and anti aircraft guns(im going on break until Monday ... this was my "going into isolation" post). Trotsky dies and the whole USSR mourns, as a funeral is held, and his body is placed beside Lenin's. Before his death, Trotsky officially makes the positions of power more political than party. Khrushchev takes power, and he decides to officially pull out of external conflict, but the sale of weapons to Cuba remains as arms trading is not an act of war. Defences, however, are built up.
    • Ummm ... Ukraine was liberated approximately five turns ago, or something like that ...
  • Japan expands it military and sends aid to Poland's Government. More Nukes are built. Japan warns Britain to stop sending aid to Rebels. The Government Approval rate is at 75%. A satellite is tested but fails on the launch pad. A new weapon is researched. Japan starts to go Isolationist. Japan is infuriated at Tibet for joining the Axis and calling Japan future "Gone".
    • Tibetan diplomacy: Tibet did join the Axis after Poland Attacked Austria without warning. This was to stop those Communist powers seeking to convert others by force. This does not mean the alliance and treaty with Japan is void, however. With the war over, Tibet is wondering whether the Axis will be disbanded, with no more reason for it to exist.
    • Indian Diplomacy: The Axis will not be disbanded, the USSR is still going to be around.
    • Greece: The war may be won, but the fight still continues.
    • Indian Diplomacy: We won in Poland?
  • India: More troops are readied and new Axis equipment is given to the army. Due to the constitution stating that men and women have equal rights, women are openly allowed to join and serve the armed forces. Registration numbers. for the armed forces increase exponentially. The Emperor's stay was a success and he enjoyed how the country of India was shaping out to be. The ordering of territories in the Federation continues and new states are created while others are dismantled. The Axis is thanked for providing India with Nukes and the nukes help speed up India's nuclear program.

1953.5

  • Tibet: With the schematics gained from Belgium, Tibet has now gained nuclear weapons. Tibet begins the withdrawal of troops from Europe, and military numbers are dropping. With the war over, there are celebrations in the streets, and people welcome back family and friends who went to war. Believing that the age of open warfare is coming to an end, The Dalai Lama funds the creation of a secret service, a subdivision of the heaven's blades, called heaven's shadow.
  • Poland: The Communist face a humiliating defeat in the civil war when, after invading the anarchy-plagued parts of Poland, they face heavy guerrilla warfare. They lose a good portion of their army, and the Generals make an offensive toward Communist held lands. Major revolts in Communist held Warsaw begin, and the city is liberated from the USSR and the Communists. This also humiliates the Communists, and revolts begin in other Soviet and Communist cities. Wallery, in the new capitol of Danzig, is killed by rebels who managed to get some old PT-2s that were captured in military bases in Warsaw. The civil war is ending, and the few Communists who survived have fled to the USSR. Now the main task is to finally get the Soviets out. We don't wish to kill our old allies, but we can't afford to have them in our own nation. The Republic of Poland is declared from Warsaw, and it begins to advance into the Soviet held lands. It asks for help from other nations.
    • Indian Response: Indian troops are moving in and fighting along Polski troops as we speak. We have got them active from their positions in Austria.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: Also the Chilean troops in Europe are moved to Poland to help them.
  • Japan: With news from Poland coming in, riots occur in Tokyo, Beijing, and Hiroshima. Communist leaders smash down these protests. Martial law is declared. The protesters seize Northern Japanese China and Northern Japan and establish the Republic of Japan. It ask for Axis Protection and to join the alliance. The Communists still control Southern Japan and the PRC as the Peoples Republic of Japan. It ask for the USSR to capture Japanese China for Communist Japan. With the Generals staying with the Communists, the nuclear strength is in the hands of the Communists. Another satellite is sent up successfully as a spy satellite against the ROJ (Republic of Japan). Autoboats are used for attack vehicles for the Republic but a new Autoboat called the Lenin comes out for the Communists, decaying the Republic's vehicles. Trench warfare erupts new Fukashima.
    • Greek Diplomacy: Japan will be accepted into the Axis, if they give Korea the rest of Korea.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India agrees with Greece and aids the ROJ.
    • ROJ Diplomacy: We refuse to give up our Korea but will let there be a Korea south of the 38th Parallel.
    • British Diplomacy: It promises ROJ British China if they let Korea have the land.
    • ROJ Diplomacy: Now this is interesting, we would but we would then have a border with the PRC and the Communist Part of Japan (Note we are in a civil war). We will consider it. But for the time being, can we be in Axis?.
    • British Diplomacy: Yes yes yes. Do as you please.
    • Indian Diplomacy: The British can let you have most of their China but have a small part to themselves to act as a buffer. How's that?
    • British Diplomacy: Originally, I planned to give it all away, but due to the Communist China's threat, I will keep a buffer zone until unification can occur.
  • Britain continues to build up and upgrade its military. They continue to fund resistance groups in the USSR. They continue bombing campaigns in Cuba. It also begins to develop its space program. They ask Indonesia and Thailand for an alliance and trade agreements.
    • The Civil war in Poland has ended.
    • Got it.
  • Romania: The arms department releases the Pusca assault rifle, and offers to distribute it among other Axis members. The last Romanian forces withdraw from Russia, but the government still supplies aid to the new Republic of Poland. The nuclear laboratory in the Carpathian Mountains is now able to produce plutonium. The secret project is expected to be completed later this year.
  • Chile: Chile focused his help to the Axis nations in war against Cuba in the Caribbean and the URSS in Europe. In Jamaica the Chileans along with the Britain and US, are successful to recover the half of the island territory. Chile support the British bombings over Cuba. Also, thanks to an important deal with Tibet, Chile gain access to nuclear technology and begin his program, which will be supervised by the a new ministry.
  • Germany: Germany prepares to launch its second satellite, with plans to perform an connection between the two machines, and establishing an satellite contact between Berlin and Hamburg. Research into more advance technology continues, with an man on the moon planned for the early 1960's. Reconstruction is complete, and the distributing of Volkswagen continues. Modernization of the army continues, and supplies (food and water) are sent to the Republic of Poland.
  • The USA: Continues to help the British take back Jamaica. However, they do not interfere in the rest of the world. Meanwhile, they launch their first satellite, aiming to show that they are a strong and advanced nation. President Stassen has become very popular.
  • Australia: Sends a small airship group to Japanese Norfolk Island to ensure there is none of the fighting seen in Japan proper. Work on the communication satellite continues.
  • India: The Indian government passes new laws to stop corruption before it even starts as India has a huge capacity to become a major power. One of these laws is the Jan Lokpal bill, which states: "Any politician, high ranking officer, military personnel or employee of the government found to be corrupt will have all black money taken off them and thrown into jail for a minimum of 5 years". A huge workforce exodus takes place as they head to Tibet to build roads for the Tibetan government (You owe us Yak fighters and Zeppelins now!!). The figures, according to the government, of the number of people going stood around two million! The government then focuses on the north eastern and western provinces of India and passes laws to industrialize the areas and to create more jobs and employment. Many dams projects are also started. It is expected to take dam construction around two to three years while the industrial plans around five to ten. In a daring move, along with British troops stationed in India, the PRC is invaded to support the Republic of Japan's fight against the Communists. The new guns are given to the army and the initial battles go in favour of the Indians and the Axis.
  • Austria: Austria is finally free of CNAT influence. Austrian troops occupy Hungary and Poland. Czechoslovakia as Poland is in a Civil War as well as parts of southern Poland. Austria wants blood, and it doesn't care who's in control of Poland now, only what Poland did to Austria. Germany is asked to return the Sudetenland as compensation for the damage caused by Germany to Austria. The Austrian Army establishes a defensive perimeter on its newly occupied territories in case Poland tries to retake them. Austria sends full support to the Axis and thanks the Axis for its promotion to full member status. The Axis is asked if Austria can get some colonies after the peace treaty.
  • Greece: The Axis continues alll of its projects. effort is made to arm one of the Axis missiles with a nuclear warhead. The Greeks support the Republics of Japan and Poland.
  • Italy: As the war ends, Mussolini has died and new democratic government is declared, based on the US and other countries. The first democratic elections are held, and all the Italians welcome a new period of democracy. Funding is still sent to the new Republic of Poland. However, no troops are sent for now. Millions of Italians of Italians celebrate what they hope is the end of the war.
    • Announcement: DeanSims has resigned, and placed his nation, Austria, under temporary Romanian control. Austria will be divided appropriately among other nations. Regards, Monster Pumpkin
    • Austria will unite with Rumania to form the Union of Balkan Republics and it will be under Monsterpumpkins control and it will take the land if the plebiscites give any of that land to Austria. DeanSims 01:22, February 26, 2012 (UTC)
  • Nueva Granada: Companies are started up by private investors through out new territories of the republic, attempts to secure a fresh start among the populace begins to forget about the scars caused by the Venezuelan civil war. The Tank Buster 1953 aka the TBU 53 (based on the RPG 17) is developed as a solution to the lack of solid ways to deal with tanks due to the limited use in the tropical and mountainous regions of the country and mass production will begin in 1954, a request to Brazil is made once again to purchase their portion of Venezuela.

1954

  • The US economy improves a great deal. President Stassen is still incredibly popular among the people, with Vice President Nixon being almost unknown. Stassen orders that more research be done in the space program. The US continues to send aid to Britain. The US congress begins to let the Philippines organize a self-government, they will be independent by 1956.
  • Germany: Germany launches its second satellite into space allowing the governor of Berlin to talk to the governor of Hamburg. Research into advance space flight continues, and plans for an man in orbit is planned for 1960, and for an man on the moon by 1969. Research into Cable TV begins, and plans for satellite TV is planned by 1980.
  • Japan: The ROJ advances past the Trench Warfare with an amphibious assault on Hiroshima. All of Japan is conquered by ROJ except Tokyo by March. A trench warfare erupts on the outskirts. When the line is broken by ROJ, troops parade through the city. When they reach the capital, a low 10kmt PRJ nuke goes off, destroying five miles of downtown. Also, a PRJ nuke attacks Calcutta in a last futile attempt to get control. The PRJ and PRC surrenders on May 5, 1954. The Republic of China and Japan is declared the following day. Tokyo begins to be rebuilt and the ROCJ offers aid to India for the PRJ attack on Calcutta. Nuclear Missiles (Not ICBMS) are finished with PRJ plans. ROCJ ask to have British China now that the war is over. The capital is moved to Beijing until the capital in Tokyo is done in 1961. Another satellite launch is planned in 1954.5.
    • Indian Diplomacy: We will gladly take the aid as we mourn our lost in Calcutta. We are however, very happy that we have united the democratic countries. We hope you have Chinese and Japanese as your official languages and insure that children learn both languages as well.
  • Britain continues to build up and upgrade its military. They continue to fund resistance groups in the USSR. Jamaica is finally liberated and the British begin to plan to invade Cuba. It also launches a satellite into space. They begin to support the Republics of China and Japan against their Communist counterparts.
    • Cuba's user hasn't posted for several days, do you think we could just say that the UK took back Jamaica already and Cuba is defeated?
    • I would say Jamaica was British years ago. You are a superior power, and with America's power, I think it is yours.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: So, if Jamaica is recovered by UK, now should invade Cuba?
    • British Diplomacy: I guess.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: OK, I'll put my troops to disposition.
  • Australia: Temporarily occupies Norfolk Island until an agreement can be reached as to which Japan is the legitimate possessor of the island. The Davis station is completed in the Australian Antarctic Territory. Refugees from Japan begin to arrive on Hainan Island.
  • Poland: The provisional government has officially pushed out the Soviets with the aid of other nations. The first elections are held to vote on a constitution. The one that was selected insured freedom or speech, religion, the press, and to peacefully assemble. It established a congress, with representatives from each region, with a president. It also banned offensive wars, showing the sharp differences between the old Communist government and the Poles themselves. The new Congress will be elected next year, as well as the nation's first president. Many people fear that the Communist might try to highjack the elections, but security at the voting booths is very high. Meanwhile, the provisional government manages to get some old pre-war technology of the factories. The more efficient methods have been recovered, and many celebrate, as in these hard times, that may be the only thing available to jump-start the struggling Polish economy.
    • British Diplomacy: Britain praises Poland for developing democracy and it will help rebuild its torn economy.
    • Polish Diplomacy: Poland thanks Britain for the help, and promises that the democracy will last.
  • Balkans: The official unification takes place, and the new flag is raised in Bucharest, Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrad (I think it is in Austrian territory, but correct me if I'm wrong). The new government begins large scale reconstruction efforts across the country. King Michael I of Romania becomes King Michael I of the Balkans. A new constitution is also voted on, and surprisingly only by a small margin is equal rights is approved. A secret police in charge of preventing ethnic violence is created. Also, due to the nuclear strikes on Japan and India, the country offers aid to those two countries to help them rebuild their cities.
  • Argentina updates its military. The economy improves.
  • Nueva Granada: A national radio program is started to increase the communication networks in the country an attempt to increase the unity of the republic continues as little by little the government starts to blur the once established separate nationalities and bring them as one around the ideas of Latin pride, Catholic moralism, liberal progress, and a strong anti-colonial stance to urge remaining western colonial powers to start decolonization, funds are sent to Portuguese and Spanish colonies as a start to help speed up the process.
  • Chile: With the victory in Jamaica, the Chilean troops and ships are moved for prepare the invasion of Cuba, along with British and US forces. New Ministry of Energy is created and the politician Eduardo Cruz Coke is named as first minister. In Antarctica, the base Capitan Arturo Prat receives new supplies and begin an series of explorations to the continent.
  • Sweden: Sweden begins to build up its military and economy and asks for a non-Axis affiliated alliance with the Kingdom of the Balkans.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: Agreed. (Can someone tell me if I own Belgrad or not?)
    • Yes, you own Belgrade, it is in the southern portion of your Yugoslavia.
    • Indeed. I looked at its position in Wikipedia and it falls under your control.
    • Thank you.
  • Greece: AMSA attempts to launch their first artificial satellite this year. everything is fine, except it explodes in the upper atmosphere. plans are made to launch another one soon. To boost the space research, the ROCJ is given an offer to be a member of AMSA. meanwhile, Greece begins work on a high altitude jet-powered bomber for the Axis.
    • ROCJ Diplomacy: Agrees to join but will continue space research to give to Axis.
    • You know that AMSA is the Axis Missile and Space agency, right? ...
    • Yes, but I will also do a private one in order to improve tech to give to the Axis and Civic Satellites.
  • Korea: Using the chaos in Japan, Korea liberates the rest of the Korean peninsula, being hailed as heroes by the people living there. Meanwhile, they also liberate part of Manchu, which had historically been part of Korea.
    • You do know that I already gave it to you and that I am Democratic and Part of the Axis Now?
    • Indeed. The ROCJ and Korea are both Axis.
  • Belgium: Begins Project Nike. A project to create extremely accurate Surface-to-Air Missiles. With the failure of the Satellite launch, Axis Scientists begin to work on figuring out the problem before the next launch. Research further into Rocketry, Advance Radar Systems, and Computers. Zastava Arms release the M77B1 after studying captured AK-47s and AK-Ms for the past couple years.
  • Guys, New Security Council members. Go check the UN Page
  • India: The exodus to Tibet finishes and the workers now help the Tibetans to build roads and hosing. (You still ow us Yak fighters and Zeppelins!!). The country mourn the lost in Calcutta after a nuclear device inflicted huge chaos in the city, killing hundreds of thousands and accept any aid they can get from other countries. Many people are resettled to the west, mainly the north west region of the country to increase the area's population. The focus on the north eastern and western provinces of India continues and dams constructions continue on schedule.

1954.5

  • ROCJ: Work Continues on rebuilding Tokyo and Calcutta. A new Capital is planned with a new memorial with a 1000 ft obelisk on where the nuke went down and a grand capital building. ICBM are researched and another satellite is sent up, allowing the President of the ROCJ, to speak to reconstruction workers in Tokyo. A new Autoboat comes out, called the Camery and it is an instant hit. A new version will be released each year. Airplanes are improved and the Republic Airlines is created to increase passenger plane service in the country. An alliance is offered to USA.
    • How is it possible you have Calcutta?
    • He doesn't, he's aiding me in its reconstruction!
  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. It declares the invasion of Cuba, with thousands of troops pouring in from Jamaica. It continues funding the new Polish government.
    • What is the status of the war in Afghanistan?
    • Both countries declared a cease-fire.


  • Poland: The search for the old manufacturing technology continues because of the struggling economy, though it has been boosted a little with the aid from Britain. Political Parties have been formed, and the two major ones are the Polish Conservative Party, and the other one is the Liberterian Party. Liberal Parties are strongly unpopular because of the recent civil war, though it doesn't stop them from forming. Two candidates are running for President. One of them is Hubert Nowak. He is strongly Conservative. He believes that the nation must move forward. He supports internal improvements, helping Polish factories become extremely productive again, and that the military should not be expanded, and only be a defense force. He believes that the nation should join the Axis and help contribute to their efforts. The other candidate is Leon Sobczak. He believes that the government shouldn't help the economy recover and should instead let it do it on its own, staying out of the factories and how productive they are, and that the military should be strong. He doesn't want the nation to join the Axis, instead he wants to form an Eastern Europe alliance, which probably wouldn't work according to the nation's experts due to the strong support for the Axis here. Most people prefer Hubert Nowak, and it looks like he will win the elections easily. The Provisional Government sends trade requests to Great Britain, Germany, France, and the Kingdom of the Balkans.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: The Balkans accept, and security along the border is decreased as a result.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany accepts, and offers an non-aggression pact to Poland.
    • Polish Diplomacy: Poland accepts the non-aggression pact. It also thanks the Balkans, Germans and the British for their support or trade acceptance.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India asks Poland for a trade and military pacts.
  • Germany: Germany researches into advance rocketry, advance jet craft, cable tv, satellite phones (not cell phones), advance gases, and research into an assault rifle begins. Parliament passes an second law, enforcing that no version of nuclear power will be allowed on German powers, and nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, and just anything that supports nuclear continues. Helicopter technology begins, as many people in government see it as an alternate version for navy. The Navy also begins to increase, and solar power is under research, so that the naval vessels could be powered by electricity, instead of diesel and nuclear.
  • The USA continues pouring resources into their space program, with a chimpanzee being sent up in space this year. The chimp lives through the experience, so the American scientists predict it won't be long before they can send a human up. The US detonates another nuclear bomb this year in a test, this is the largest bomb yet developed. They send supplies to Britain (they don't think any troops will help, Cuba's so weak by the time they would be mobilized Britain would have already crushed the Cubans). However, they do send planes to help bomb the Cuban military bases and ships to blockade Cuban ports, just not land troops.
  • Balkans: The reconstruction efforts are so far successful, and the economy increases as a result. The new economy pushes the government projects ahead, with large stockpiles or weaponized Uranium and Plutonium being made. The technitions are unable to put a bomb together at the moment. Further regulation separating race and religion from everyday society are put into place, and the secret police is doing well in stopping ethnic violence.
  • Sweden: The military begins a small buildup to preserve the country's neutrality. Trading increases around the Baltlic Sea, and Iron exports increase.
  • Italy: Using research from guided missile technology, scientists and engineers begin to research SAMs and more advanced guided missile technology. Naples, which suffered heavy bombing during the war, begins to be rebuilt and will feature a giant memorial dedicated to Italian lives lost in World War II. Reconstruction of destroyed cities continues across the country.
  • Australia: Asks the Republic of Japan whether we can keep Norfolk Island, which was sold to Communist Japan some years ago. Australian diplomats visit Japan for the first time since the start of the civil war. Research continues into Australia's communication satellite.
  • Belgium: Sends Aid to nations that suffure damage during the war. The Air Corp announce the release of a traverse Helicopter, the Angelus 223 (comparable to the Focke-Achgelis Fa 223), and Belgium's first Zeppelin, Thunder-class Zeppelin (A variant of Tibet's Storm-Class Zeppelin). The Investigation on the rocket that launched the first Axis' artificial satellite is concluded. The investigators' report that the cause of the explosion was that a Rubber O-ring broke, causing fuel to escape leading to the explosion of the rocket.
  • USSR: The country is in mourning as Trotsky dies of heart failure. His successor, Andropov, decides to continue in Space, and appoints Khrushchev as his vice president. The official role of head of state is changed to the President of the USSR. Sovkosmos is founded and more and more research is put int putting people into space. Korolyov takes the most prominent role in designing rockets and a nuclear rocket project is made. More advanced jet aircraft are made.
  • Greece: A new rocket is being completed, scheduled for launch sometime in 1955. The Axis continues its goal of sending a man into space by 1960. However, since Japan joined AMSA, it seems like the earliest the Axis could send a man into orbit is 1958. The test done by the Americans removed any doubt that it will succeed. The nuclear missile test is successfully completed, with a non-armed missile successfully making the trip from Tibet to the central Indian ocean. meanwhile, a nuclear warhead was successfully detonated in the North Sea, under realistic impact conditions. The bomber is first tested, and is named "thunderbolt"(similar to B-52 bomber), the name reminiscent of the "Zeus" fighters that are now obsolete. It works excellently and is mass produced for Axis nations. In Athens, a plot of ground is chosen in front of the Axis building for the construction of the World War II memorial.
  • Avaro India
    India:
    The country accepts any aid they can get from other countries for Calcutta and its reconstruction continues. It is announced that a memorial park will be build in Calcutta to remember the lost. Many people are continuously resettled to the west, mainly the north west region of the country to increase the area's population. New laws are passed controlling the amount people allowed to immigrate into the major cities so slum cities do not hamper the growth of possible megacities. The focus on the north eastern and western provinces of India continues and dams constructions continue on schedule. Bose's approval ratings soar as he is seen as the leader who helped win the war for the Indians but rumours of dissent in North-West India start to go around, involving the Muslims. The Federation map is completed and all the states in the map sign the Indian Federation Treaty.
  • Chile: Chilean troops begin a land invasion to Cuba, supported by the navy. A beachhead is established in the south of the island, for help to the British forces.

1955

  • ROCJ: Expands roads in China and Japan. A new plane, the Pacifica, a fighter stronger than any other in the world, is released. Tokyo and Calcutta are being rebuilt. Another satellite is sent up but this time, a dog is in it and it safely comes back to earth. A manned launch is planned for 1958. Meanwhile, in the first elections, the Democratic Party wins 90% over the Communist Party. ROCJ would like Norfolk Island Back.
  • Australian Diplomacy Norfolk Island is handed back to Japan, but Australia asks that Australian shps be allowed to stop and refuel there for the foreseeable future.
  • Poland: The elections have been held, and a congress and president have both been elected. Congress is full of Conservative members, and the president is Hubert Nowak. A statue is being built to represent the Polish Civil War. When the statue is completed, the leaders of Britain, Greece, Italy, and India are asked to come and have their and their nation's names put in the statue under the words "Liberators" as a symbol of thanks for their help in overthrowing the Communist government. Hubert, in a new plan to help the economy, introduces the Polish Restoration Project. The plan will provide aid to factory owners to rebuild their factories and start hiring again. It will also provide aid to farmers and store owners to replace damaged or killed property. The economy gets another boost when several scientists and researchers from the Communist era, who had fled when the civil war began, come back with the efficent factory methods and designs. However, not all the designs are there, and they only have half. The government begins distributing these plans among factory owners and help them make their factories more productive with what designs are there.
    • Indian Diplomacy: Subash Bose accepts the request and practices chizzling with a hammer and a chizzle before heading for Poland. Meanwhile, many Sind-Gujratis (known in India for their shrewd business skills) immigrate to Poland sensing a chance for a good opportunity for their business.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: Michael I would also like to do the same thing, as Romania helped defeat Communism as well.
  • Germany: Germany launches another satellite into space, with an cat, and orbits the earth, before coming back down safely. An man launched is expected by 1959, possibly 1959, and an moon landing by 1963 or 65. Expansion on solar and hydrogen powered ships begins, as an alternative to nuclear, and research into advance rocketry, computers, satellites, weapons, medicine, and aircraft.
  • Tibet: Tibet reveals its own prototype chopper it has been working on, Named Leopard I. It also asks to buy Pacifica's off the ROCJ. Two satellites are launched this year, One For the Axis and one made just by Tibet. They both reach orbit. Tibet arm their first ICBM this year using Belgian Guidance systems, and it is carefully stored in the everest base until needed. More technologies are sent to india (for example nuke plans and chopper designs) as thank for the workers.
  • ROCJ: Agrees to Sell them at 75% of normal price.
  • Korea: Korea once again asks for Manchu from Japan, since it had been Korean since the time of Gogoryeo. Meanwhile, the interior is improved, and the military is also strengthened. Also, they ask for the Axis to help them set up a nuclear program.
  • ROCJ: Refuses as it has been Chinese and Korean every day after that.
  • Avaro Indian civil-war
    India:
    Tibet is thanked for the schematics of the nuke and its prototype helicopter designs. Cracks forming since independence finally rip apart and the North West of the country declares independence as the "Islamic Republic of Pakistan". Huge Muslim immigration to the new proclaimed Pakistan take place. However, the Indian government does not recognise Pakistan sends it a warning stating if it doesn't rejoin the union, it will be conquered. In this brief lull period, around 25 million Muslims migrate to Pakistan, although the government warns them that all Muslims in Pakistan will become "enemies of the state". War is declared toward the end of the first half of the year the Indian army conscripts troops to fight against the Muslims in Pakistan in general. It is thought that there are three million Pakistani casualties by the end of the half-year. Other parts of the country, however, experience an economic boom and industrial strength increases while dam construction continues.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: The Balkans offer any help they can to aid India and help them end their civil war as soon as possible.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India will accept all aid they can get.
  • Nueva Granada: The G.D. begin a new project to create the nations first television based on old designs obtained from previous efforts, the nuclear program is continued to try to make further breakthroughs, due to the lack of centralization of power in Indonesia (Anisha 12 never came back) the military forces currently stationed in Indonesia have been giving the order to establish a sucular federation in the malay archipelago and aid is being sent to help in the construction of the state, a request has been sent to other LOAN nation to aid the efforts (I'm treating Indonesia as a puppet state until Anisha comes back if the user ever does)
  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. It captures Havana and continues to invade Cuba. It continues funding the new countries in Europe, hoping democracy can be restored. They support India in its modernization program.
  • The US continues to work on its space program and economy. President Stassen, who is extremely popular, sends a final burst of aid to help Britain overcome Cuba, but then begins to create a future isolationist foreign policy. He secretly plans to run for reelection in 1956 (no two-term amendment exists). Meanwhile, the Philippines become independent, on the condition that neither Communists nor fascists can take over. The US will protect them if anyone tries to imperialize them.
  • Australia: Airship production increases as the Australian Air force expands. The Antarctic bases are strengthened.
  • Chile: Chilean troops captures the Isla de la Juventud, located in southwest of Cuba, and are moving for defeat the last cuban garrison that remain in the Escambray Mountains. In internal matters, the nuclear program advance to good pace.
  • Balkans: The economy is now in much better condition now that much of the rebuilding efforts are completed. The Nuclear project continues with another two sites being opened this year. Previous Austrian designs help in the process of the bomb making, and the government expects a bomb to be made by next year. The government spreads out its power, giving various ethnic groups different sections of government to run, thus reducing tensions even more. The country celebrates its ascension to Axis full membership.
  • Sweden: The Swedish economy grows further with Poland starting to recover. The government starts a jet program, eager to catch up to other nations.
  • USSR: The Soviet space program intensifies. Russians begin to work on better fighters and better technnology. meanwhile, andropov decides to go reforming, and the first thing that hapens is that the people may elect the members of the Communist party in their little regions, and that the ones that the people that they don't like wouldn't go. Andropov decides to let Khrushchev do some of the work, assigning him as a type of vice president. Lada comes out with their first, non reverse-engineered car model, and they want to rival all automobiles in the west.
  • Belgium: Project Nike program produces a Surface to Air Missile that is able to reach Mach 2.0-2.5 at a cruising altitude of 60,000 feet (18.3 km). It is named SA-10 Borrack Missile. Belgium's first successful carrier-based Jet Fight come out for the Naval Corp, F-9 Banshee. The Government Officials decide look at the nations that once made up Saudi Arabia.

1955.5

Avaro Indian civil-war pt.2


    • India: The Civil-war continues and by the end of the year, the casualty toll for Pakistan stands at 11,345,900 Muslims and 1,453,000 Hindus. Kashmir and the North West Provinces have fallen to the armed forces and it is learned by the government officials how extremist Hindu groups mass-murdered many citizens of northern India. The areas captured are heavily depopulated while Peshawar is a buring wreck and huge migration projects are started up to repopulate the areas. The army (including numerous female divisions) then begins its assault on the remainder of "Pakistan". It is predicted to fall in six months to a year and all tank divisions are mobilized and sent to the front line as army losses start to expodentially increase as the defenders become more fanatic. Rebellions also break out in some provinces of Bangladesh, but these are crushed with ease. The first helicopters are build and are sent to the front line, where they perform extremely well under pressure transporting troops and acting as air support. Industry is amped up and many new factories are opened in Rajastan where there is huge amounts of space to build factories while many dams are completed.
    • Belgium: A Belgian diplomat is sent to Oman to work out an oil deal. A small roit breaks out Kananga, Force Publique puts the riot down. It is unknown what cause roit. Zastava Arms creates the Giovanni M1A1 it very similar to the American's Thompson Submachine gun. Continue reseach on Rocketry, Advance Radar, Medicine, and Computers.
    • Vanuatu: We declare UDI. It expels the Cuban, Australian and Jordanian cosulates after they expelled the decastesrs in a coconut farm. The neo-Destour party wins the election and President-Leo Pracis comes to power, while Vanutu buys 20 BAR rifles and six M3 Mortars of the USA with 6,000,000 coconuts as payment. An offer is made to India, Japan and the USA of a free trade deal.
    • Greece: The first Axis Satellite, Freedom II, is launched into orbit in December. The spacecraft is designed to mimic the weight and design of a rocket that would put a human into orbit. The satellite itself resembles a dummy capsule. The WW2 memorial is complete in Athens this year also.
    • Britain: continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. It captures Havana and continues to invade Cuba. It continues funding the new countries in Europe, hoping democracy can be restored. They support India in its modernization program and its war against rebel Pakistan.


      • Chilean Diplomacy: I think that the war with Cuba should end now.
      • Indian Diplomacy: The Indians take all help and request fighters be given to the army as well as any tank units they can spare.
    • Poland: A new project, the Polish Restoration Project, has just just been signed into law. A large amount of factories and farms will be getting money to fix up their factories or farms damaged because of the civil war. The economy has started to grow again, and it seems that things might start to improve. All factories are getting the old factory technology that will make their factories productive again. All scientists in the nation are now getting to work with the help of the government. They are researching efficent factory methods and radios in the hope of creating Polish radio stations. Poland has formally asked to join the Axis, seeing as the USSR is right next to us.
    • Axis Deplomacy: Sure.
    • Denmark: It has been a few years since the three child law was implemented and the country has fallen into a depression. Orphanages and schools are filling up too fast and the government simply doesn't have enough money to fund schools and orphanages. some families have fled the country and King Frederick IX's popularity has dramatically decreased. The law was implemented to help the country but it has clearly backfired. King Frederick IX has fallen ill due to stress and doctors are not sure if he'll recover.
      • Indian Diplomacy: We would like to open up Lego stores in India and would like it if we could. We will also take your children who you are having problems feeding and we will treat them nicely. We just need to repopulate areas which have been depopulated due to the civil-war.
    • The US: economy continues to improve, and the space program has great success, with there being very little time until the first man is launched into space. However, in early December a great tragedy grips the nation. President Stassen, having just supported the controversial Jackson v. Board of Education trial which ended school segregation, was outside giving a speech at a small rally when a white supremacist and member of the KKK shot him dead. Vice President Nixon is sworn in after Stassen's tragic death, and he swears to complete Stassen's goals of getting an American in space by 1960 and fighting segregation.
    • Nueva Granada: Following several setbacks the nuclear program is back on track with the ability to create a sustained chain reaction is successful and plans to create a decent form of containment is pushed forward. New tank and artillery designs are put forward to replace the old 1940 models, and electric lines become common place throughout Nueva Granada society. Food and civic industrial plans are offered to Poland and India to help both nations in reconstruction efforts.
    • Australia: Finally launches its satellite, AUSAT. It will assist in communications and military information-gathering. Prime Minister Menzies leaves Australia in a fleet of Airships on a diplomatic mission to Japan and Tibet. The Cocos (Keeling) Islands come under Australian control.
    • Argentina: Updates its military.
    • Germany: Expansion of the military continues, and the continuation of research into advance technology (helicopters, solar-powered ships, biofuel, advance rocketry, medicine and medical equipment, cable tv, and space flight) continues. Two expiremental solar-powered ships are launched, and make an trip around the Mediterranean, before returning to Germany.
    • Chile: The last Cuban garrison capitulates to the British and Chilean forces. The island now is under full control. The government and people celebrates the end of the war. Chile ask to UK which would be the fate of Cuba.
    • Balkans: The government announces that they now have nuclear weapons, but many scientists dispute the claim. The government increases the production of aircraft, and the nation's own space program is launched. Production of a satellite begins. Balkan battleships defeat what's left of the Pakistani Navy and they blockade the coast.
      • Indian Diplomacy: India thank the Balkans for their support and ask it to bombard whatever military positions they can.
      • Balkan Diplomacy: Battleships bombard several Pakistani positions and large amounts of aid is sent to India to aid in the reconstruction of Calcutta.
      • Indian Diplomacy: We thank the Balkans for all its support in desperate times as our armies march to Quetta, where there is rumoured to be a huge force waiting for us.
    • Sweden: The Swedish economy takes a downturn because of the Danish depression. They try to increase trade with Denmark to change that. Sweden insists that there be a plebiscite for the Baltic countries.
    • ROCJ:Another Satitte is sent up with an dog and frog in it. Lands Saftly. The trade deal is accepted by Vanatu and an alliance offer is sent. MIlitary is expanded and United Airline has its first profit. Border clashes happen on the border of Mongolia.

1956

    • US: economy remains good this year, and the space program makes more progress with the prediction that an American will be in space by the end of 1957. President Nixon is very popular.
    • Poland: Hubert, glad that Poland will now have the security of the Axis in case of Soviet invasion, begins to focus more on internal problems. The Polish Restoration Project is in full swing, and all factories have began reconstruction. In order to get the factories off government hands, we ask business men from other nations if they want to buy some factories, farms, and stores in Poland, as all industries have been under government control and we are no longer Communist. This angers some rebels, but thanks to the security measures in place as well as the help from other nations, they won't be much of a threat. A War on Communism has begun to infiltrate Communist hideouts in the nation and drive them out of the nation. Special Force Teams are being sent into houses where suspected members are meeting or hiding. Also, imported goods are being checked for weapons, to make sure rebels don't get any.
      • German Diplomacy: Volkswagen would like to buy a few factories in Poland.
      • Polish Diplomacy: Volkswagen can buy as many factories as they want at low prices. We just want to get these industries off government hands to finish the transition to democracy.
    • Greece: the Axis prepare to launch a second rocket, Canis I Which includes a dog as the passenger. The rocket should be finished soon.
    • Nueva Granada:A new wave of rural population to the major urban centres causes an increase job requirements and as such new factories are opened in major urban centres to begin assembling cars of local design what the brands name is is still unknown, with this the government has began selling shares of the many government owned companies to spark up personal initiative among the populace, this welcomed by the increasingly open minded middle class and new blood upper class (capitalist liberals opposed to the name based old "aristocracy") to create a new mixed economy and increase earnings and productivity. Specialists are sent to the Indonesian federation to aid them in constructing a sustainable economy.
    • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. Cuba is now under British control, with a pro-British transitional government being established. It continues funding the new countries in Europe, hoping democracy can be restored. They ask Sweden for an alliance and trade agreements.
    • Tibet: continues to advance industrially and technologically and offers to work with the Germans to try to get a solar powered blimps, and eventually a plane in the air. More ICBM's are created and work begins on anti missile defence.
      • German Diplomacy: Germany agrees, and sends scientists to Tibet.
    • Germany: Germany continues its research into solar-powered vessels, and eventually fighter jets. Germany builds anti-ship and anti-aircraft vessels around the Suez Canal, to protect it from the Soviets. Research into advance technology continues, with plans for an man in orbit around 1958, and an man on the moon by 1960.
    • Vanuatu: Starts to sell coconuts, bananas and palm oil to Japan as a regular trade. An embassy is opened in Tokyo. A small amount of discount coconuts and bananas is offered Sweden and Denmark, who say they are going in to an economic depression. Small scale Mango production starts. Foreign fertilizer and equipment is sought-after due to the lack of an agro-industrial base beyond that needed for sustaining post-colonial cash crops. An alliance with Japan is accepted. Indonesia and Bulgaria are offered a trade deal, if Japan does not mind. Both Cuba, the Jordan and Australia are now cut out and told to clear out as in last years post. Dylan de-Lobue.
    • Belgium: The 2nd Paracommado Battalion and elements of 3rd Armor Battalion is deployed to Quetta, Pakistan to help Indian Troops. The diplomat that was sent to Oman to secure an oil deal receives a reply, en exchange for the oil they want protection from rebel Militia (done through random.org, 1-100, evens yes odds no, it was 62). The deal will starts in 1957 and last to 1977. Plans are sent to Korea to set up a Nuclear Program.
    • Avaro Indian civil-war pt.3
      India:
      By the 2nd week of Jan, troops are on the outskirts of Quetta and a blockade is established. In a pincer movement around but not into the city, the whole area outside Quetta comes under Indian army control. However, they are around 50,000 casualties in the process. Scout estimates show that around 6 million troops (militia, civilian or otherwise) are occupying the city. The 1.2 million strong army began its assault in a three-pronged attack, with the aid of its 600 tanks, with only 300 left in reserve. In the initial assault, 65 tanks are lost, with over 120,000 soldiers KIA and toward the end of the week, half of the city is under Indian army control. With the Belgian troops arriving in the second week, they are caught in one of the most intense periods of fighting in the battle, when children are sent as suicide bombers. Many soldiers look away before firing upon them, such was the plight. By the second week's end, only the inner city was under rebel control and this was the time when the Islamic militants initiated one of the worst brutalities of the war, killing 2.78 million civilians so that the Indians could not get their hands upon them. By the time the army had won control of the whole city, 98% of the civilians had been killed, with the Pakistani army stationed in the city wiped out. The army mourns its losses, around 723,000 before continuing its war. Towards the end of the half year, most of Pakistan had falled, with only the coast in firm Pakistani hands. The industrialization projects continue, however.
    • Australia: Sends scientists to Tibet to assist with research into solar powered blimps. Hainan Territory is granted its own flag.
    • Balkans: The navy and air force continue to attack Pakistani positions. The secret Police are on high alert after they receive word that some Serbs are trying to do the same thing.
    • Chile: With the end of the war, the troops returned to country where are received as heroes. The world victory over Communist countries affect to the leftist parties, which begin to lose support according the recent polls. Some groups tried to form guerrilla movements but the intelligence services detected them and neutralized. The government of Matte Larraín care about the economy and health.

1956.5

  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. A democratic Cuban government is established in the country. They manage to get a man and woman into space via rocket, who land safely in Northern Ireland near the coast. They ask the ROCJ to see if they want to deal with Mongolia and East Turkestan.
    • Not possible at all!!
  • Sweden: The Swedish government is overthrown in a bloodless coup, and the monarchy is restored, the new King orders the Army to reunite Finland with Sweden, as Finland is historicaly part of Sweden, and it is time that Finland rejoined with its historical govermnt of the Kingdom of Sweden. In a poll, the people approve of this by over 73%, and Sweden declares war on Finland and invades inthe name of re-unifacation. The Balkans are asked for their support.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: The Balkans will send medical and food supplies, but nothing else.
    • Kingdom of Sweden Diplomacy: The KoS thanks the Balkans and asks if it can send some suuplies to help India.
    • I believe you mean Norway and not Finland, as Finland is historically Russian.
    • Finland was Swedish before Russian, it was siezed by Russia from Sweden in the Great Northern War in the 1700's.
    • But weren't Sweden and Norway in a union in the 1700s to 18 or 1900s?
    • Yes, and Norway will be taken later if this ar is succesful. Sweden wants FInland, and as Sweden is constitutional monarchy, it will be grnated full rights for its peoples.
  • Balkans: In order to quell rumors in the government, the first atomic bomb is tested in the Black Sea. It has a yield of about 29 kilotons, and people in the country celebrate. The government continues to aid India in tis civil war. The government fortifies cities like Belgrade, Vienna, Budapest, and Bucharest.
  • Poland: Research on radios and efficent factory methods continues, and the economy is slowly starting to to grow again. All industries have been sold to foreign companies or to people in Poland who manage to get the needed cash. More and more people are becoming entreprenuers and have their own business. The War on Communists continues, and special force teams continue to wipe out the remaining Communist holdouts. The public supports the program. However, they do not like that teams are infiltrating houses based on information that can be fake at times. However, in the name of national security, they wish the program is continued. To show Poland's commitment to peace, old PT-3s and PT-2s are being sold to the international community. Any that aren't sold, will either be placed in museums or sold for scrap metal. Only a few will remain for actual defense purposes. The military is being downsized, and unemployment is rising, and the economy is heading toward a ressecion. Hubert tells congress that the Polish Restoration Project needs more funding if we don't want this to turn into a bigger economic downturn.
    • Swedish Diplomacy: Sweden would like to by as many PT-3's and PT-2's as possible from Poland.
    • Polish Diplomacy: You can buy as many tanks as you want. We also ask for trade between our two fine nations.
    • Sweden Diplomacy: Sweden asks how many are for sale. And the trade offer is excepted. Poland is asked for help in its war against Finland, in return Sweden will support Poland keeping the Baltic States.
    • Japan: We would like to buy a thousand of each.
    • Poland: There are 1500 of the PT-2s and 3s, and 1000 of the first PT. As for the war with Finland, all offensive wars have been banned in our constitution, so we can't help. That, and the entire international community will be against me. So we can't help.
  • Nueva Granada; Smugglers are caught on the panama border carrying unknown cargo the Panamanian border and they along with there cargo are seized and security along the northern border is increased to avoid this happening again a full scale investigation is launched to look into the incident to determine the scale of the operation and what actions are to be taking. The Nuclear program continues as it begins to enter the final stages which will take at least another three or four years to complete, with this advance a Latin American country will finally possess a nuclear weapon having acquired it through there own program and without foreign aid which many staunch conservatives and reformers agree on, a new tank enters production based on previous designs the Toro 56 enters the production lines to begin distribution it is built to be a medium tank with heavy caliber rounds, new armoured personal transports are being designed. Construction on the first national aircraft carrier begins to make the nation a blue water naval capable state.
  • Tibet: A prototype solar powered blimp is launched (they're not really very hard to make) but the heat caused by the solar panels causes the creation of more to be postponed. In its current state it has a 25% chance of catching fire. An embassy is sent to East Turkestan to talk about it becoming a vassal state, as if it does not it will surly be invaded. A huge Celebration is held Lasting for two weeks, with prominent figures, particularly Buddhists, attending in celebration of the Dalai Lama's 21th birthday. Tibet is now offering to sell solar and wind power to those who want it. 1km of Sind coastline bought with wind power and cash.
    • Nueva Granada Diplomacy: our nation would be interested in purchasing the technology blueprints to begin new possible projects in our own nation, in exchange weed be willing to sell our arms and industrial products are a cheap price to Tibet.
    • Polish Diplomacy: Poland would also like to buy some technology blueprints. We offer a trade, we give you the designs of our PT-3s and PT-2s, and you will give us solar and wind technology.
    • Tibet: Makes its own jets, and so has no need of Polish ones. However, we will trade our technology for your labour saving factory techniques.
  • ROCJ: Tensions on the Mongolia Border increase to a point of war. War is declared and the military marches into the Country. By the end of the year, half of the country is taken. Tokyo's rebuilding is completed and the government is moved back. ROCJ offers to buy Hong Kong from Britain. Another satellite is sent up with animals in it and a manned launch planned by the end of 1957 or early 1958. ICBM are built. Vanatu is offered connection from ROCJ United Airlines.
    • British Diplomacy: It agrees.
  • Australia: Is bound by treaty to assist Mongolia. Australia sends a detachment to assist the Mongolians. (Australia has no hard feelings towards Japan, but Treaties must be respected) Also, Australia also builds solar airships thanks to Tibetan help.
  • Belgium: Belgian and Indian Troops press farther into what's left of Pakistani control land as Balkan Navy continue to bombard the Pakistani coast. A mix of all three military branches is combined into the General Defense Initiative or GDI. The GDI will be deployed to Oman next year. Plans are made to allow GDI to expand and allow them to protect Belgian lands and interest. The Angelus 269 is created, It is a tilt-rotor VTOL airplane (similar to Fock-Achgelis Fa 269).
  • UN Security Council rotated!
  • Chile: The national engineers developing a new destroyer class: Almirante Blanco Encalada class (similar to Gearing class destroyer), which production son begin. The President continues promoting the education in the country, and founded a series of new universities in the north and austral cities.
  • Greece: The Axis launches the spacecraft Canis I late this year. Its passenger is a small dog. The animal stays in orbit for over 24 hours before it splashes down in the Atlantic Ocean. The dog suffers no injuries, besides a sprained leg (probably due to lack of proper seat restraints during splashdown). The Greeks, wishing to see their bomber tested in actual combat, send several squadrons of B-1 thunderbolts to the war in Mongolia. They are very successful, especially since the Mongolian army does not possess modern anti-aircraft weaponry.
  • Germany: A man is put into orbit, but unfortunately, dies as his capsule burns up in the atmosphere. Meanwhile, research into advance technology continue, and plans for an bomber similar to the B-52 is planned, and begins to go under research.
    • You are researching alone, you can only launch a man at around '58-'60, a stretch.
    • Yes, I've been researching alone. But I've been researching it much longer than most nations. So I should be able to launch by now. Besides, Britain launched an man and an women into space.
    • That's not possible either.
  • India post civil-war (Avaro)
    India:
    An amphibious invasion is launched on Pakistan, which mainly controls only the coast now. The attack is a resounding success, with 45 tanks launched to support the invasion. Troops push in from the north, and within two months, the Pakistani positions have fallen, with most of the remaining 7 million Pakistani soldiers dead or having fled into Afghanistan. Total Pakistani casualties number at around 25,750,560 Muslims dead and around 2,457,950 Hindus dead. It has been the worst war the army has fought on the sub-continent, and the government holds mourning for the lost for a month. Projects which had been suspended in the civil-war are restarted, but the north-west of the country is heavily depopulated. A migration project is started, in which people in east India are told to move west. It works and many millions migrate to the west to help build up Quetta and Peshawar.

1957

  • Vanuatu: The government agrees to an air link to Japan by ROCJ United Airlines. Agricultural output increases, scrub land is cleared and a small scale furniture industry start up. The 20 man army gets 30 more recruits, who all are training up very hard with their bayonets. 81.100.123.250 02:46, March 6, 2012 (UTC)Dylan de-Lobue
  • Sweden: The Kingdom continues its war against Finland attacking many major cities such as Helsinki.
  • Australia: Opens an Airship air link to Vanuatu. Many Australian tourists flock to the island nation. Australia begins work into a new satellite.
    • Vanuatu diplomacy and tourism: The Australian, Japanese and Indonesian tourists are welcomed on mass and are given lots of souvenir T-shirts.
  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. A democratic Cuban government is established in the country. They begin to plan to land a man of the Moon. They ask Sweden for an alliance and trade agreements. They ask the ROCJ to see if they want to deal with Mongolia and East Turkestan by declaring war on them.
    • ROCJ Diplomacy: We did with Mongolia and East Turkmenistan is now a vassal of Tibet.
  • Germany: Germany continues its research into advance technology, and proposes an joint mission to the moon with Britain. Meanwhile, the Suez Canal is handed back over to Egypt, and the forces come home to Germany. Solar, biofuel, geothermal, and wind power continue to go under research, and the first prototype biofueled jet plane is launched, and safely returns to the ground.
  • Tibet: Negotiations with East Turkistan have concluded with their government realising they need Tibetan aid to protect them but refusing to relinquish their cultures and beliefs. The end deal was that East Turkistan is to become a vassal state of Tibet, under its protection, and though Buddhism will not be enforced in the same way it is in other places, both Buddhists and Muslims will be allowed to preach there. In fact many Tibetans who were prosecuted for not being Buddhism have moved there. Tibet launches its first manned satellite, holding a fish sealed in its bowl and a loris. The loris survives but the fish does not. industry and research continues and the Dalai Lama, tired of running the country himself, appoints a council to run day to day business, though he still holds supreme power.
  • Nueva Granada: Military research on advanced biological and chemical agents for weaponized usage begins and money is put into a new rocket program to get the nation up to speed with other nations. The national investigation continues as more smuggling operations along the Panama, Nueva Granada border are uncovered the government is contemplating a full scale incursion to impose a better regulation on their northern nation but nothing has been decided yet. Several new industrial parks are opened in Bogota, Caracas , and other major cities, to increase national production and earnings.
  • ROCJ: Another satellite is Sent up and hope for a man launch in July. A new autoboat comes out called the Xian and it is a military use car that goes 120 mph on land and 40 on water. Mongolia is captured fully thanks to Polish Help and it is annexed. All of China now is under Axis Control. An faster then sound commercial plane is researched. Meanwhile, Anti-Soviet Feelings Erupt throughout the Country.
  • Belgium: GDI is deployed to Oman and set up a base in the Bahla Fort, Bahla Oman, on the outskirts of the cities Sohar, Hayma, Salalah and the Capital Muscat. The Peace Keeping troops are removed from the Korean Strait now that tension between Korea and Japan is now more relaxed. Peace keepers are relocated to India to help with any problems then will move to Join up with GDI in Oman. The discovery of the Doppler radar is made. Medical, Radar, advance computers, and rocketry continues to be researched.
  • Chile: A new census show that the population reach now to the 7,700,000. The Antarctic base continues with his scientific investigations, while more supplies are sent. The intelligence services report about remnants Communists activities in the border with Peru. Ministry of Energy will inform soon about advances in nuclear tech.
  • Poland: Research continues, and the economy is slowly re-gaining its strength. The Government is pumping millions, if not billions, of dollars into the economy to try to jump start. For the first time since he was elected, Hubert's approval ratings have gone done, and they have made a steep decline. Many people think the government is wasting large amounts of money for nothing. Congressional elections have been held and the Libertarian Party is now the majority. When Hubert proposes giving more money to the Polish Restoration Project, Congress rejects the plan. The Polish Restoration Project has ended, and the economy has begun to stagnate. Instead, to deal with the new problems, spending on major arms and social services is being cut. Taxes are also being cut, and the economy is starting to grow again, this time at faster rates than with the PRP.
  • Balkans: The government continues its nuclear program, determined to expand what little arsenal it has. The military also adds a few upgrades to the Axis vehicles that they received many years ago. Tensions rise in the Slovakian and Yugoslavian parts of the country.
  • Greece: Prepares for the sending of a man into orbit. After deliberation (random.org), it was decided that Subroto Mukerjee, an Indian, would be the first Axis astronaut in space.
  • India: The ending of the civil war is both celebrated and mourned. Soldiers return to their families and loved ones and almost all of the regular serving soldiers are grated leave to deal with the trauma they have had to face in the civil war. Millions more migrate to the west, and Quetta and Peshawar are quickly filled up, with a construction boom in the two cities to house more people. In other cities, the laws for controlling migration are temporarily relaxed as there are too many houses and too few customers. More industrial factories are set up to produce goods for export and better farming techniques are implemented. Subash Bose travels to the areas most affected by the civil-war to see what has happened to his country and is expected to return later this year.

1957

  • Vanuatu: The government agrees to an air link to Japan by ROCJ United Airlines. Agricultural output increases, scrub land is cleared and a small scale furniture industry start up. The 20 man army gets 30 more recruits, who all are training up very hard with their bayonets. 81.100.123.250 02:46, March 6, 2012 (UTC)Dylan de-Lobue
  • Sweden: The Kingdom continues its war against Finland attacking many major cities such as Helsinki.
  • Australia: Opens an airship air link to Vanuatu. Many Australian tourists flock to the island nation. Australia begins work into a new satellite.
    • Vanuatu diplomacy and tourism: The Australian, Japanese and Indonesian tourists are welcomed on mass and are given lots of souvenir T-shirts.
  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. A democratic Cuban government is established in the country. They begin to plan to land a man of the Moon. They ask Sweden for an alliance and trade agreements. They ask the ROCJ to see if they want to deal with Mongolia and East Turkestan by declaring war on them.
    • ROCJ Diplomacy: We did with Mongolia and East Turkmenistan is now a vassal of Tibet.
  • Germany: Germany continues its research into advance technology, and proposes an joint mission to the moon with Britain. Meanwhile, the Suez Canal is handed back over to Egypt, and the forces come home to Germany. Solar, biofuel, geothermal, and wind power continue to go under research, and the first prototype biofueled jet plane is launched, and safely returns to the ground.
  • Tibet: Negotiations with East Turkistan have concluded with their government realising they need Tibetan aid to protect them but refusing to relinquish their cultures and beliefs. The end deal was that East Turkistan is to become a vassal state of Tibet, under it's protection, and though Buddhism will not be enforced in the same way it is in other places, both Buddhists and Muslims will be allowed to preach there. in fact many Tibetans who were prosecuted for not being Buddhism have moved there. Tibet launches its first manned satellite, holding a fish sealed in its bowl and a loris. The loris survives but the fish does not. industry and research continues and the Dalai Lama, tired of running the country himself, appoints a council to run day to day business, though he still holds supreme power.
  • Nueva Granada: Military research on advanced biological and chemical agents for weaponized usage begins and money is put into a new rocket program to get the nation up to speed with other nations. The national investigation continues as more smuggling operations along the Panama, Nueva Granada border are uncovered the government is contemplating a full scale incursion to impose a better regulation on their northern nation but nothing has been decided yet. Several new industrial parks are opened in Bogota, Caracas, and other major cities, to increase national production and earnings.
  • ROCJ: Another Satellite is Sent up and hope for a man launch in July. A new Autoboat Comes out called the Xian and it is a military use car that goes 120 mph on land and 40 on water. Mongolia is captured fully thanks to Polish Help and it is annexed. All of China now is under Axis Control. A faster then sound commercial plane is researched. Meanwhile, Anti-Soviet Feelings Erupt throughout the Country.
  • Belgium: GDI is deployed to Oman and set up a base in the Bahla Fort, Bahla Oman, on the outskirts of the cities Sohar, Hayma, Salalah and the Capital Muscat. The Peace Keeping troops are removed from the Korean strait now that tension between Korea and Japan is now more relaxed. Peace keepers are relocated to India to help with any problems then will move to Join up with GDI in Oman. The discovery of the Doppler radar is made. Medical, Radar, advance computers, and rocketry continues to be researched.
  • Chile: A new census show that the population reach now to the 7,700,000. The Antarctic base continues with his scientific investigations, while more supplies are sent. The intelligence services report about remnants Communists activities in the border with Peru. Ministry of Energy will inform soon about advances in nuclear tech.
  • Poland: Research continues, and the economy is slowly re-gaining its strength. The Government is pumping millions, if not billions, of dollars into the economy to try to jump start. For the first time since he was elected, Hubert's approval ratings have gone done, and they have made a steep decline. Many people think the government is wasting large amounts of money for nothing. Congressional elections have been held and the Libertarian Party is now the majority. When Hubert proposes giving more money to the Polish Restoration Project, Congress rejects the plan. The Polish Restoration Project has ended, and the economy has begun to stagnate. Instead, to deal with the new problems, spending on major arms and social services is being cut. Taxes are also being cut, and the economy is starting to grow again, this time at faster rates than with the PRP.
  • Balkans: The government continues its nuclear program, determined to expand what little arsenal it has. The military also adds a few upgrades to the Axis vehicles that they received many years ago. Tensions rise in the Slovakian and Yugoslavian parts of the country.
  • Greece: Prepares for the sending of a man into orbit. after deliberation (random.org), it was decided that Subroto Mukerjee, an Indian, would be the first Axis astronaut in space.
  • India: The ending of the civil war is both celebrated and mourned. Soldiers return to their families and loved ones and almost all of the regular serving soldiers are grated leave to deal with the trauma they have had to face in the civil-war. Millions more migrate to the west, and Quetta and Peshawar are quickly filled up, with a construcion boom in the two cities to house more people. In other cities, the laws for controlling migration are temporarily relaxed as there are too many houses and too few customers. More industrial factories are set up to produce goods for export and better farming techniques are implemented. Subash Bose travels to the areas most affected by the civil-war to see what has happened to his country and is expected to return later this year.

1957.6

  • Vanuatu: A new low capacity grass-strip airport, based at the village of Tavie, in Paarma Island is oppened, for use by Japanes, Australian and Vanutu aircraft (well, Vanutu has 2 helicopters). Both alcohol, tobacco, clothing and footwear are developed as small industrys.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India accepts the long overdue alliance request, stating they could not respond as they were in the middle of a civil war.
  • Balkans: The Balkans now has about four nuclear weapons of its own, but officials refuse to state how many exactly. The jet project is complete, and they release the F-1 Eagle (OTL this). Tensions still rise in the Slovakian and Serbian parts of the country.
  • Poland: Tax rates in the nation are once again being cut as part of a new plan to restart the economy. All rates are at five percent. The economy is starting to grow at higher rates than ever before. Factories, businesses and farms are all growing again. The Polish economy seems finally to be on the right track. The military is being cut to help make up for the lost revenue. All Polish bombers and fighters are up for sale.
  • Britain continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. A democratic Cuban government is established in the country. They continue to plan to land a man of the Moon. They ask Sweden for an alliance and trade agreements. They meet with Axis Members about the future of the USSR.
    • Do you mean East Turkestan instead of Tibet? Tibet is a member of Axis.
    • I changed it to the USSR for the sake of making sense.
  • Nueva Granada: It has been decided by the G.A. that war will be declared on Panama to enforce a stable and less corrupt rule in the area. The army has been mobilized and been sent to seize control of the northern state. Advanced industrialization continues.
  • Sweden: Finland is defeated in the war. (Using the algorithm, I think Sweden won.)
  • Belgium: continue to pursue VTOL Technology, the Angelus XV-01 is created (similar to Bell XV-3). Only two XV-01 are created for sole purpose of testing. GDI encounters moderate resistance from Local rebels in Oman. Peace Keeping troops are still in India helping where needed. Nuclear Power plant in Manono, Belgian Congo, brings a significant experiment to the Governor-General Leon Petillon attention. The experimental procedure was intended to run as follows:
  1. The reactor was to be running at a low power level, between 700 MW and 800 MW.
  2. The steam-turbine generator was to be run up to full speed.
  3. When these conditions were achieved, the steam supply for the turbine generator was to be closed off.
  4. Turbine generator performance was to be recorded to determine whether it could provide the bridging power for coolant pumps until the emergency diesel generators were sequenced to start and provide power to the cooling pumps automatically.
  5. After the emergency generators reached normal operating speed and voltage, the turbine generator would be allowed to freewheel down.
  • Governor Petillion agrees to allow the experiment to happen if Belgian Parliament agrees as well.
  • India: Subash Bose returns, almost shellshocked of what happened in the civil-war. He orders the construction of memorials wherever they was a significant battle and museums to be build in Peshawar and Quetta to show what happened in the civil-war. Quetta and Peshawar are almost completely filled up and the economy of the two cities boom as businesses are set up and housing companies build and sell more houses while many new industries are set up to provide jobs for the populace. A concensus is taken and it is found out that over 67% of the population of the cities are Buddhists and have migrated from Burma for a chance at a better life.

1958

  • Vanuatu: A new hotel is built in the capitol town, roads are upgraded and mango production is increased. A sleazy American arms dealer is bribed with a free luxury villa in the islands and $500,000 in exchange for five army surplus US Brandt 60mm Mortars, ammo, aix army surplus Colt . 45b Model of 1911 U.S. Army pistols and an Allis-Chalmers WD farm tractor.
  • Poland: Following the massive decreases in tax rates, the economy starts to enter a massive boom. Factories and farms are producing at pre-war rates, stores are selling at old rates, and wages are rising. The government is finally getting a decent surplus after cutting all social services, stating that the poor should take care of themselves. Poland has begun to pay all nations that gave funding to the Generals or played the new government money when it was just forming. The Polish military has been taken apart, and it is now only suitable for defence.
  • Australia: Launches a new satellite, AUSAT II. The bases in Antarctica are strengthened with more scientific and military personnel being sent.
  • Britain Continues expanding and upgrading its military and continues military research. They ask India to buy the Maldives. They continue to plan to land a man of the Moon. They ask Sweden for an alliance and trade agreements.
    • Indian Diplomacy: We will buy the Maldives from you if it is for sale.
    • British Diplomacy: It is. You can have it for five million British pounds.
  • Germany: Germany continues to plan for an man in space, and an man on the moon by 1961, and later begins reforms in Germany's government to reorganize the military into the German Self-Defense Force, and begins scrapping old planes, tanks and ships, but keep the advance Leopard, jet fighters and the solar powered battleships. Germany would like to purchase the remainer of Czechoslovakia from the Kingdom of the Balkans.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: The Kingdom declines, stating that that land is not ethnically German, and that Germany must be satisfied with the Sudentenland given to them by former Austria.
    • German Diplomacy: We are satisfied, it was just an simple propsal.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: We apologize for the misunderstanding, but we still cannot accept.
    • 'Germany Diplomacy: We thank the Balkans for the apology, and we understand.
  • ROCJ: Sends a man into space and survives. The military is improved. Mongolia is fully integrated into ROCJ. ROCJ offers to buy French Indochina. A base is planned to be set up in Antarctica.
  • Australia: While friendship with Japan is important to the Australian government, it would rather there was no Japanese base or troops in Australia. It also asks Japan to ask the Australian Government in future before planning Japanese bases in Australia. Australia also reminds Japan that Norfolk Island (which has been handed back to Japan) is a good base for troops if one is needed in the general Australian region.
    • Sorry, meant Antarctica
  • Balkans: The government tries increasing security in Slavic areas. However, efforts are slow and not really working. More spending to the military begins.
  • Chile: The country prepare for Elections for the next year. The Minister of Energy Cruz-Coke inform that the nuclear program has develop the first nukes for the country, and prepares a plan to begin to built a nuclear power plant in the next seven years. A new plan for improve the Chilean Islands in the Pacific take place.
  • Begium: Parliament agrees to allow the test to happen. Preparation begins for the test and set up in late December, allowing the test to take place next in January. GDI destroys a couple of the rebel hiding hole but believe that rebels are be funded through East Saudi Arabia military sector. This cannot be proven though at the current moment. Army Corp purchase a 30 M50 Ontos and ten M6 Tractor from Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co. and six M8 Tractor from several unconfirmed sources.
  • India: Quetta and Peshawar are completely filled up and the economy of the two cities boom as businesses are set up and housing companies build and sell more houses while many new industries are set up to provide jobs for the populace. The city laws put in place for Delhi and Mumbai are applied to Peshawar and Quetta to stop overcrowding. A concensus is taken again and it is found out that over 73% of the population of the cities are now Buddhists and have migrated from Burma for a chance at a better life, while 20% are Hindu, while only 3% are Muslim.

1958.6

Flag of Vanuatu

The flag of Vanuatu.

  • Vanuatu: Agriculture is improved leading to a boom in casava and mango production, some of which is sold and the rest goes on feeding the islanders. The economy and firtilizer imports grow slightly, while both hope and mango exports rise greatly.
  • Britain calls for the Axis to block checkpoints vital for the Soviet economy. They also call for Sweden to declare economic sanctions and a blockade against the USSR. They ask Poland to cooperate into building a military barrier next to the USSR border.
  • Tibet: Tibet continues as before, with effort being put into upgrading the Tibetan state of east Turkistan to the same level as the rest of Tibet. Tibet creates its first two bladed helicopter, named the Xing (much like this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_533 )
  • Korea: Korea continues to improve the interior, with the economy picking up greatly. Meanwhile, the military is also put on medium alert, due to the Soviets.
  • The Soviets upgrade their military, and make newer models of Jets and Tanks, Creating the new T-59 (T-55), and the air models are up to date iwth OTL. The Soviets start working on more rockets and stuff, while the first Soviet Hydrogen bomb is tested, yielding ten MT of TNT is exploded, bringing the USSR back to the world stage The USSR decides to put more funds into space programs and a SRBM is constructed. The USSR puts more and more money into becoming self-sufficient and funds Communist groups in Iran and in FInland.
    • Britain: It responds by funding pro-democratic groups in Iran and Finland.
    • USSR: you are aware that the Communism practiced by the USSR alows for competition and elections for the positions in the CPSU and Politburo, right?
  • Sweden: Finland is finally conquered by Swedish troops and its provinces are given seats in the Swedsih Parliament. Plans to invade Norway are begun. Sweden's King Alexander IV proclaims the rebirth of the Kingdom of the ancient Vikings, and the nation is renamed the Kingodm of Swedo-Finland, or the KSF.
  • Poland: The military is abolished to show Poland's new commitment to peace. With the new surpluses, old debts are paid off and countries that gave us aid after the civil war are being paid back. The economy is growing at higher rates thanks to the lowering of interest rates with the lowering national debt. We tell Great Britain that the Axis can build a military barrier on our border if they wish.
    • KSF Diplomacy: The KSF wishes to buy Poland's entire military.
    • Polish Diplomacy: We will sell the KSF what hasn't been already sold. With the new funds, we pay off most of our debts.
    • WTFWTFWTFWTF Implausogasm! How does a nation abolish the military? It would collapse into anarchy then ...
    • Many nations in OTL have abolished their militaries and are very stable. ANd just because you abolish the military doesn't mean you collapse into anarchy. The police will still keep order, and often are the ones who enfore the law in the nation. The military is just there to keep foreign armies from invading. But, there isn't going to be a war anytime soon, so there isn't any reason to keep it around.
    • What nations? And of course you need an army. A war could be just around the corner for all you know . . . and by then, making your army again takes too long. Anyway, name some nations that have abolished their army.
    • Costa Rica-1949, Grenada-1983, Liechetenstein-1868. These nations are extremely stable. Plus, who would want to invade Poland. If the USSR invades, then they wil be fighting the Axis. Germany and me are allies, and me and the Balkans are both in the Axis Alliance. Anyone else will be father out and will still have to fight the Axis.
    • I wouldn't call Costa Rica stable, Grenda was invaded. No MAJOR countries ever did it.
    • Costa Rica has been a democracy for 190 years, only interrupted twice in 1917 and 1948. I know no major country has tried this, I am considering it an experiment. No one tried democracy before, and see how great it has been. Imagine if the founding fathers said "nah, no one has done this before, don't risk it we will just do somthing else."Grenada was invaded, yes. But if anyone does invade me, the Axis will help until I can get a fighting force ready. Everything has its risks, this is just one of them.
    • To be fair, Grenada only gave up its military after it was invaded by the U.S. We could say that the Axis demanded the Poland disarm, but Poland can still do what it wants to.
    • British Diplomacy: Britain begins to build the military barrier, with calls calling for the Axis to help.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India will give any resources available to the Axis as they have to rebuild the whole of west India.
  • Australia: Congratulates Poland on abolishing its military (which is NOT implausible), however, does voice its concern over the "wanton aggression" of the KSF in Scandinavia. Australia warns the KSF not to entertain ideas of aggression against Denmark. A new regiment is raised in Hainan Territory.
    • KSF Diplomacy: Denmark will not be harmed, you have the solemn pledge of the KSF.
  • Balkans: The military starts developing rocket technology in order to speed up its fledgling space program. Upon hearing of the Soviet Fusion bomb test, the government also starts to develop the same thing. The government announces support for Sweden, but expresses concerns on its expansion.
  • Germany: Germany congratulates Poland on abolishing its military, and will come to aid Poland if its invaded by the Soviet Union. Meanwhile, an man is put into space, and is expected to have an man on the moon by the early-1960's. Meanwhile, advance research continues, and plans on an bomber (OTL B-52) and the first Leopard tank begins or continues, and the military continues to go under an downsizing reform, scrapping or selling old 1930's and early 1940's tanks, aircraft, and weapons, while the some parts of the navy are put into reserve. Research on an assault rifle begins, and one of the companies in Krupp Steel, who begins to move away from steel to armaments and appliances.
  • Chile: Jorge Alessandri is elected as new President of Chile by a wide margin.
  • India: Quetta and Peshawar continue to boom, although less people arrive due to the law control of population in major cities. Research is put into the Axis Commission for Space discovery and the Axis are offered various launching sites in their country. India finally manages to test their first nuclear bomb and begins plans to build and test a homemade H-bomb. Factories are continuously set up and the number of jobs available soars. The army is reformed and improved upon.

1959

  • Vanuatu: The Vanuatu national helicopter fleet (two [Bell 47]) is joined by a thirrd bought from New Zealand. Three M8 (army) Tractors bought from an unconfirmed and illicit New Zealand sources. Five Allis-Chalmers WD. Tractors are bought from Australia. Shrimp, fish, copra, cocoa, coconuts, kava and beef are sent to our Australian and Japanese allies as a regular trade. Copra, cocoa, kava and beef account for more than 60% of Vanuatu's total exports by value and agriculture accounts for 20% of GDP. Tourism is Vanuatu's fastest-growing sector, having comprised 40% of GDP in 1958.6. Government services also formed 22% and fishing 3% of GDP. The second largest city, Luganville, has a new grass-runway air strip opened, along with a new harbor for fishing and tourist ships. Poland is also offered exports of Vanuatu’s Shrimps, fish, copra, cocoa, coconuts, kava and beef in a trade deal.
  • Poland: The Polish economy is growing, and the national debt has almost been completely paid off thanks to the selling of the military. The economy is growing thanks to the low interest rates because the national debt is being paid off giving banks a large amount of cash that can be used to give loans out. Many people are taking advantage of this and getting loans to buy businesses and factories. Presidental elections are held again, and Hubert is voted out after the failed Polish Restoration Project ruined his campaign. A new president is elected, and his name is Henryk Krol is elected. He vows that tax rates and unemployment will both stay low.
  • USA: The first American man is launched into space this year, a lone bright spot in Nixon's presidency, which has gone downhill for the past several years.
    • About time, LOL.
  • Tibet: Using Axis tech, Tibetans launch their first man into space, and the East Turkistan restoration project continues. Though the population is still mostly Muslim, people there have been much happier since freedom of religion was declared
  • ROCJ: Another man is sent up to space. Military is expanded. Stock Market is in a bull market. A tradepost is set up in West Saudi Arabia.
  • Britain continues to expand and upgrade the military and navy. New breeds and types of tanks, guns, jets, armor, warships, and submarines are made. The Poland Wall begins construction to ensure the safety of the country from the Soviets. They continue to support anti-Communist and pro-democratic movements in Iran.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany asks what it can do to help the Axis in the creation of this wall?
    • British Diplomacy: It can fund for it and provide workers. (And also military protection in case the Soviets want to barge in).
  • Germany: Germany continues to reform its military, and is expected to end by 1959.5. Meanwhile, an solar-powered battleship is launched, and is able to go further that any of the older diesel-powered warships. Technology continues to go under research, with an Leopard built, and an man on the moon is expected by 1968.
    • You haven't even had a human completely orbit the earth or a close moon fly-over, I suggest you do these things first. Also, '61 was when the first human went into space, there is no way you can possibly land on the moon by then. '68 at the earliest.
    • I'll change it to 1968.
    • That's fine. Now I need to make sure the Axis don't do the same mistake.
  • USSR: The Soviets continue to fund Communist groups in Iran and in Finland. The Soviet space program launches its first man into space, Yuri Gagarin, now trailing in the space race, the Soviets want to now go faster, and beat the Axis to either the moon or even to other achievements. Soviets decide to launch the first woman into space next.
  • Balkans: The first satellite is launched, but loses contact with the ground shortly after entering orbit. Riots occur in Belgrade.
  • Chile: President Alessandri begin a series of reforms in education and economy, while continues improving to the Army, with a couple new designs of tanks and ships. However, military forces are moved to borders with Peru and Paraguay due to reports of new attempts for bring to Chile some guerrilla movements. The current situation of those countries allow to this groups operate freely.
  • India: Quetta and Peshawar continue to boom, although less people arrive due to the law control of population in major cities, while Bombay and Delhi begin to boom as well, economically. Factories are continuously set up and the number of jobs available soars, while new dam construction begins. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India beginning development of its own tank. It also announces that we will not participate in the blockading of Russia but continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort.

1959.6

  • Vanuatu: The Vanuatu parliament orders massive educational reforms, the building of a new fruit cannery and a national literacy campaign to take place.
  • Australia: Plans are put into place to send an Australian into space by 1963. A new fleet of submarines begins construction in Hainan Territory.
  • Poland: In an attempt to get more foreign businesses to invest in Poland's economy, tax rates on businesses have been abolished. From now on, all revenue will come from income taxes. The Government only spends money on the Police Force, Education, and building new infrastructure. We ask Germany, the Kingdom of the Balkans, Britain, and France if they want to form an economic bloc that would lower tariffs among member states to help promote economic growth in all member states. It would allow other nations to join, if they want.
    • Indian Diplomacy: India asks Poland whether India can send its Police Cadets for training in Poland as they will get to play a more active role as there is almost no military in Poland.
    • Vanuatu Diplomacy: Vanuatu wishes to join the Polish lower tariffs zone and trading block.
    • British Diplomacy: It likes the economic bloc and asks to join when made.
    • Polish Diplomacy: We tell India that they can. We also ask them to join the economic bloc. We tell Vanuatu that they can join, and that this begins the International Free Trade Organisation. The following members are: Poland, Britain, and Vanuatu. It is expected that all members lower tariffs on goods coming in from fellow members.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany likes Poland's idea, and ask when will be it formed.
    • Polish Diplomacy: It will be formed now, and all members are expected to lower tariffs to 5% by the end of the year.
  • The Kingdom of Swedo-Finland: The KSF, after months of building up an amred force on Norway's border, launches a massive invasion of Norway along the entire border using Blitzkrieg tactics adapted to the rugged Scandinavian terrain and weather, and soon most of Norway is overrun by KSF troops, although civilians are treated as kindly as possible and given rations if they do not have enough food. Norway is then annexed by the KSF, which is renamed the Nordic Union, or NU. Integration of Norway into the new Nordic Union begins with plans for creating a truly Scandinavian nation and democratic republic. Denmark and the Axis are promised that this will Sweden's last act of aggression in Scandinavia, as the fulfillment of a truly Scandinavian Nation, Culture, and Heritage, will take some time to fully take effect.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They continue to build the Polish Wall to keep the Soviets out. They ask the Kingdom of Swedo-Finland for an alliance and trade agreements.
    • Nordic Union (KSF) Diplomacy: The Nordic Union accepts the British offer for trade agreements and an alliance.
  • Germany:Germany continues to plan for its space projects, and begins to prepare for a man to go back into orbit, and go around earth before coming down (date not given). Another satellite is launched, and begins to establish an satellite network for both the military and civilians. Research into advance technology continues, and the Leopard tank proves useful against buildings and hard targets.
  • Belgium: The Nuclear test is a successful in emergency shut down test. GDI has up rooted some rebels bases in Oman, leading to the capture of several black marketeers, most of the equipment that the marketeers were selling was from East Saudi Arabia. GDI put more increase the patrols on the East Saudi Arabia-Oman border. After seeing the Xing perform back in 58, the Air Corps has been working on a their own variant.
  • Chile: Antarctic base receives new implements to replace to the old. Armed forces continues his expansion.
  • India: Quetta and Peshawar's boom comes to an end, while Bombay and Delhi begin to boom like never before, economically and demographically. The two cities, with enough of a population to be able to have a huge manpower force, begin constructing numerous factories to help aid jobs in the cities as well as increase revenue for the area. Factories are continuously set up with the number of jobs available soaring and unemployment numbers dropping, while new dam construction continues. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank will be up for sale in the Axis once completed. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort.

1960

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  • Italy: Guided missile research continues, with new variants being more mobile and efficient. Research in helicopters begin, and they hope to begin making them within the next few years. Meanwhile, troops land in Libya to ensure order due to turmoil with the new government. Marines arrive in Tripoli and begin to retake the surrounding countryside. Aid is also given to needy citizens and Italy hopes to stablizing the area soon.
  • USA: The USA admits Hawaii as the fiftieth state in the Union this year. The American government continues pouring massive funds into the space program. The US builds a military base in their Panama Canal territory, worried by recent proposals by some nations that such strategic waterways be taken away from individual nations.
  • Vanuatu: A new fruit cannery opens in the south of the country and tariffs on Polish low tariff zone member's trade are cut to 1%.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They continue to build the Polish Wall to keep the Soviets out. They ask Vanuatu for alliance and trade agreements.
    • Vanuatu: Agrees with the alliance and trade deal.
  • Australia: Establishes another base in Antarctica: Menzies, to help protect the vast Australian Antarctic Territory. Hainan Island has new elections.
  • Poland: Research continues, and the first Polish radios have been invented. A national Polish radio station has been made, and it has several shows on there like Polish News Today, Novak's Commedy Show, and others. The economy grows more, and it is helped by new factories opening up to make radios. Factories across the nation are helped by the increased trade with other nations. More people are getting jobs in trade related industries. Since their is no major projects going on, we ask Britain if we can help in the wall that is being built.
  • Balkans: Civil war seems ever closer as several army regiments defect and form what they call the Free Army of Serbia. Several states declare independence and the army is sent to return them back to the kingdom.
  • Korea: Korea continues to improve the interior, building up the economy. Seoul is turning into a huge metropolis, and they aim to rival New York as the center of economic commerce. Meanwhile, more ships are sent to trade with other nations.
  • Tibet: Tibet supports this idea, as it would be great to have an eastern metropilis as well as a western one.
  • ROCJ: Establishes a base in Antarctica. The military is amped down. With Seoul starting to become a metropolios, Tokyo, which just been fully rebuilt, is expanded its ports and business center in order to compete. ROCJ ask to buy French Indochina for a free trade agreement and the opening of a French controled port just outside of the borders of Macau.

A map will be going up the next half year, srry for the delay in maps. It will be very different :)

  • Belgium: Peace Keeping Troops move on from India to Oman. Car bomb goes off at check point near the Oil fields in Suhar. The bomb wounded several GDI soldiers and civilians. The Air Corps release their new helecopter, the Raptor (similar to UH-1 Iroquois).
  • India: Quetta and Peshawar continue constructing numerous factories to help aid jobs in the cities as well as increase revenue for the area while Bombay and Delhi begin to boom like never before, economically and demographically. Factories continue to be constructed and many dams finish construction. Electrical production is at an all time high and the government begins to look into other renewable forms of energy to supply the energy demands of its people. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank enters the design process and the tank's diametres are specified. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort.

1960.5

Sec Council rotated!

  • USSR:The Soviet union officialy sends the first woman into space. more advanced military technology is worked on, and a prototype for a MRBM is worked on, to eventualy come to ICBMs. More thermonuclear devices are tested. a new high in payload is reached with 20 MT of TNT, Soviets are enouraged to aim higher. Reforms are passed, much like the beginings of the "Glasnost" and "Perestroika" reforms. Soviets are now looking to ally themselves with the Germans, or LOAN, as they see that the Axis is now very much willing to attack, and the USSR needs allies. Meanwhile, progress continues with communit groups in Iran and Finland, and the News reporters are given more freedoms to report, and are encouraged to have independant stances.
    • British Response: It tells LOAN not to listen to the USSR, as it is an excuse for expanding their power and destroying democracy.
    • Australia, representing LOAN: Accepts the USSR's membership of LOAN. Australia reminds Britain that LOAN is a mutual self-defense pact, and the USSR will only be assisted in the event of an invasion of its sovereign territory.
  • Chile: A massive 9.5 earthquake hit Valdivia in the south of the country. A tsunami destroyed several towns in the coast of that area and spread over all the ocean. The government (more prepared than OTL) mobilize to the army and the civilian agencies for help to the people. During weeks the rescue labours continues, but the President declare that soon the reconstruction will begin as like a new era for Chile,
    • Tibet: sends aid to Chile.
    • Belgium: Medical supplies and Food is sent to the Chile.
    • CHL Diplomacy: Delegate González von Marées thanks the aid to country.
  • Germany: Germany continues its plans for an man in orbit around 1962, and an man on the moon by 1968 (one year earlier, if that's all right). Germany suggests to the USSR to join the LOAN, as they don't get dragged into wars as much. Research continues, and the Leopard tanks begin replacing the Panzers and Tigers, while the solar-powered battleships prove suffiecient on cloudy days.
  • Vanuatu: A new fruit cannery opens in capitol and a new hellypad is biult to the south of the capitol. Tariffs on Polish, British, Indoniesian, Chilean, Japanese and Australian goods are cut to 0.5%. Food aid is sent to Chile. Vanuatu's president is concerned by the rumors of growing anti-French clashes in and around Hanoi.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They continue to build the Polish Wall to keep the Soviets out. They officially launch a man and woman into space after years of research. The British warn LOAN of the dangers of accepting the USSR into the union.
    • Australia representing LOAN Reminds the UK once again that the League of NEUTRAL nations is an intergovernmental organisation for nations of ALL government types. It is ONLY for the mutual defense of the member nations in the event of an invasion of their sovereign territory.
  • Tibet: Sends ita first human into space, and the first prototype solar powered plane comes out, though it can only be flown on days without cloud cover and is slower than non solar powered ones, but researchers continue making progress. continues to support seoul in its bid to rival new york. is pleased to hear the USSR has joined LOAN, and hopes this means an end to international violence.
  • Poland: Glad to see that all members are co-operating in the economic bloc, more people start to get jobs involving international trade. Manufacturers are doing all right, thanks to years of research on more productive methods of produciton. Also, a new more efficent factory machine has come out of the nation's labs today. Many factory owners hope to use this new method to make goods at lower costs. Research has begun on more efficent factory methods, improved solar power and colored television. Unemployment went up by three percantage points, bringing the number to 7%. To help combat this, it is hoped that shipping and increased manufacturing will make up the loss jobs.
  • Korea: Korea continues to build up its infrastructure, mostly in Seoul. Seoul continues to grow as the economic center of Korea, and the East. Meanwhile, the economy picks up a lot as exports flourish.
  • Australia: Sends aide to Chile to help assist with the earthquake recovery. Work continues with the aim of sending and Australian into space by 1965.
    • CHL Diplomacy: Ambassador Neftalí Reyes thanks the aid to the country.
  • The USA: President Nixon is defeated in a landslide election by John Kennedy, who becomes the first Democrat to win in twelve years. In his last days, Nixon attempts to get the US to join the Axis, but the Democrat controlled Senate, influenced by President-Elect Kennedy, refuses to ratify the membership, resulting in Nixon's last several months being total failures.
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    States in Blue are peaceful and have not declared independence, states in purple have not declared independence but have some degree of conflict in them, and states in red have declared independence.

  • Balkans: The civil war everyone feared has finally begun. Five states have declared independence and heavy fighting is constant. The government requests aid from other Axis nations to help end the civil war.
    • Polish Diplomacy: The military is gone, so we can't offer major aid. However, there are still several weapons manufacturs in the nation that make weapons for our police force. We offer small arms and armored cars, as that is the best we have.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: We will take all that is offered, and we give our thanks to Poland.
    • German Diplomacy: Germany, although not part of the Axis, offers humanitarian aid (food, water, medicine), and imports of weapons from an few German weaponmakers.
    • Belgian Diplomacy: Sends Humanitarian aid as well, and 1st motorized Cavalry Battalion and elements of 2nd Paracommando Battalion to help Balkan troops.
    • British Diplomacy: It sends humantarian aid to the country and sends peacekeepers to purple zones.
    • Indian Response: Seeing that the Balkans (along with Belgium) were a great aid to India during their civil-war, the government see fit for India to aid the Balkans in its civil-war. Troops rush over to help re-conquer the rebelious states and send tanks to aid their troops.
  • ROCJ: Sends another person into space and improves the infrastructure and Tokyo is expanded. Aid is given to Balkans.
  • Belgium: GDI begins a massive Search and Destroy missions on rebel militia who have begun to using more car bombs and other improvised explosive devices near the Oil fields and on the East Saudi Arabia-Oman border. Several riots happen in Belgian Congo and Rwanda over wanting to their Independents, thus bring the Belgium Parliament to begins discussion on Belgian Congo's and Mandate territory independents.
  • India: The economic spotlight is taken off Quetta and Peshawar and Bombay and Delhi are focused on now. The cities initiate huge construction projects, including house building and factory construction. Factories continue to be constructed. The government continues to look into other renewable forms of energy to supply the energy demands of its people. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank enters the construction process and the first prototype is expected to be ready by next year. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and sends half its armoured force of a 1000 tanks (what do you think the factories have been doing, making cheesecake?). 100,000 troops are also sent to the Balkans to aid the government of the Balkans in their civil war against the breakaways.

1961

  • Vanuatu:Farming improves greatly and some food aid is sent to the Balkans and Chile.
    • CHL Diplomacy: The government thanks the help of Vanuatu.
  • Poland: The economy continues to grow, and unemployment goes down as trade increases. A famous Polish economist has come up with a new plan to get businesses and industries everywhere with more funds to expands and provide benefits for the Elderly. People will store their payroll taxes in a bank account, and with the large amounts of money stored in these accounts, businesses will be able to get loans from these banks. The Banks will receive interest from the loans, and pass most of it along to the original savers, providing great amounts of cash available for them and businesses everywhere in the nation. Many are skeptical, but the plan is barely passed in congress after a provision was included that allowed people to opt out and stick with the current plan.
    • Vanuatu's president is concerned by the rumors of growing anti-French clashes in and around Hanoi.
    • Did you mean to put that on your turn, or are you actually informing Poland about this, because I can't tell.
    • Hanoi riot recounted. It's still French held, not Non-player, so I don't control its fate.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They finish building the Polish Wall to keep the Soviets out. They ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR.
  • Australia: Welcomes the Chilean Diplomat, and sends one in return. Australia also sends help to the rebelling provinces of the Balkans, as Australia believes in the self-determination of peoples.
    • CHL Diplomacy: Well, in fact, he was sent as ambassador in 1936 when both countries made a trade agreement, but we never receive the authorization jeje
    • Australia: Whoops! I misread your post of last year. We send another diplomat, nonetheless. he he.
    • CHL Diplomacy: No problem. We receive to the new Australian diplomat.
  • Balkans: The civil war continues, and Serbian, Croatian, and Dalmatian Armies invade Bosnia, setting up a puppet government that declares independence. The government refuses to use Nuclear W
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    Current Situation

    eapons on the rebel republics. They do thank other nations for the aid, and with their aid they manage to secure the Moravia region. The Slovakian breakaway republic wishes to join Poland and the rest of Slovakia, and requests Polish support.
    • Polish Diplomacy: We inform the Balkans that we wouldn't betray them by annexing this state. However, we would be willing to buy it from you. You can name the price.
    • Balkan Diplomacy: We would prefer not to give away this state, but because of the reason of this state rebelling is to reconnect with Slovakia, perhaps we could create a demilitarized border there.
    • Polish Diplomacy: If you think it will stop it from rebelling, we will do it.
  • USSR: The Soviets continue to work on their ICBMs and their space program, launching more people into space. The Soviets end the Vostok program, a one man mission, and start the Voshod program, a two-person space mission. Technology for solar power is also being researched, and the military is updated with more modern tech. The space program aims to put a man into space by 1969
  • Greece: The Axis officially launches a man into space. he orbits the earth several times before splashdown. Greece sends military units to the Balkans. Greece assists in building the Polish wall along Poland. The Greek King, for the first time in decades, is gradually giving up responsibilities to the prime minister, though he is still commander-in-chief. The Greek prime minister announces in a speech "we see that an iron curtain has fallen across Soviet borders. we must no longer permit their vessels to use our waterways, or to allow them to cross their borders. They will remain in their nation, and we shall not allow any nation to assist them." Greece warns LOAN that the USSR, being a former member of CNAT is rather hostile.
  • Belgium: GDI notices a decrease in over all activity from the rebel militia. With the search and destroy missions being successful, GDI assume this is the cause of the calm. Parliament continues to discuses the Liberty of the Congo and mandate territory. Humanitarian Aid is sent the Balkans and Chile.
  • India: Bombay and Mumbai huge construction projects, including house building and factory construction. Factories continue to be constructed. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank's first prototype is completed and testing has begun. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans.

1961.5

In the Middle East, conflict breaks out as West Saudi Arabia, seeking to seize the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, as well as the oil in East Saudi Arabia, invade. At first, the West, with surprise on their side, as well as numbers, advances a lot very quickly. However, East Saudi Arabia, with their superior population base and money, begin to push the West Saudi Arabians out. At the end of the 6 months, the war is a stalemate, with neither side gaining land, as a war of attrition. Thousands die as the UAE collapses due to the conflict, and splits into seven emirates.

In China, China and Manchu request to leave Japan and become their own independent nations, with the nations of China and Manchu. They also request that Tibet give them back Chinese land.

The Manchu language is practically dead today, and only a minority of people living there are ethnic Manchu, and most of them are mixed-race. Several decades ago in 1961, it would probably have been the same (or even worse for the Manchus before China began giving minorities bonuses). The Manchurian puppet state the Japanese had in WW2 was only independent due to Japanese aid, without it it would have been absorbed into China.
  • Korea: Korea continues to build up their infrastructure. They support the Chinese and Manchurian move from Japan, and urge Japan to give them their independence. They would start a UN proposal but they are not on the Sec Council so they cannot. Also, to clarify, only Sec Council people can propose, but everyone may vote.
  • Tibet: Sends aid to the UAE, seeing them as innocents. Tibet also refuses point blank to give back their province, explaining that in the last twenty years it has become part of Tibet. There is even a province representatives on the high council, which deals with the day to day running of the country. Tibet continues working on its solar research, improving the performance of the solar powered plane, and upgrading their stock of ICBM's with new, more powerful nuclear warheads. They also start a project to investigate deep within the earth, towards its core
  • Germany: Germany concern with the two wars raging in the Balkans and Middle East, decides to take indirect and direct military action by sending aid to the Balkan government, and sends military aid to East Saudi Arabia (who ever was the defender). Meanwhile, research into advance technology continues, and begins plans for an man on the moon by 1969.
    • It is East Saudi Arabia that is fighting a defensive war.
  • The USA's new President Kennedy makes massive government efforts to restore the economy, and success is predicted. Meanwhile, he also adds more funds to the Space program, considering it to be a very high goal. The Bahamas are accepted as the fifty-first state of the USA.
  • Chile: The reconstruction in the south begin. Alessandri make a change of cabinet, and new politician and engineers are put in charge of the process. The aid received from the other countries is organized by the Emergency National Agency. Economy experimented a fall due to the earthquake effects, but the government hope begin to revert this soon.
  • ROCJ: Protests are minimal after the government finally establishes the free-elected leader of the Manchurian Region. Another man is sent up and a plan to hard hit the moon with a capsule is planned.
  • Poland: The economy grows, and more jobs are created through increased trade. Research continues, and a new project to build new infrastructure across the nation has begun. Roads, power lines, and water pipelines are all being built. Aid to the Balkans continues, and we encourage them to find a peaceful way to end the war.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR. They continue sending aid to the Balkans. They remain neutral in the Arab conflict, yet send humanitarian aid in regions who need it most.
  • Australia: Begins research into an extremely large tank, possibly up to four times the size of a normal sized one. A wombat is launched into orbit by ASD, the Australian Space Department.
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    Current Situation

    Balkans: The air force begins bombing attacks in Belgrade and the rest of Serbia. Troops and supplies from other nations help the armed forces greatly. With their aid the Balkans seized control of most of Slovakia and stabilize Hungary and parts of Austria. An amphibious attack on Dalmatia also brings the state back to the kingdom.
  • Belgium: After the decrease in attacks in past six months, the attacks begin picking up again. GDI begins tracking down the leaders of Rebel Militia.
  • Norway: The ultranationalist politician Stian Schleswig, encourages people to revolt against the oppressor Swedish. The riots began to have power in the north and begin to form several attacks on areas of "occupation." Stian, unifies these guerrillas under the name Først Frihet (FF) with some Fascist character.
  • Vanuatu: Mango farms are booming. A small guano digging operation starts. The small manganese mine on Efate island opens and starts exports. Tichy gold deposits have recently been discovered near by. Poland, Japan, UK and Australia are invited to start the goldmine. A [PT Boat] like the JFK used in WW2 is purchased of a scrap yard in the USA (on Guam) for ten tonnes of manganese ore.
    • Poland would be excited to start the gold mine. We will come.
  • India: Bombay and Mumbai experience huge construction projects, including house building and factory construction. Factories continue to be constructed. The first skyscraper in India is planned and designing begins. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank's testing continues as the flaws are looked to be ironed out. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans. In the Balkans, significant gains are made, although around a 100 tanks were lost for this.

1962

  • Vanuatu: The gold mine is opened and it appears to be a small, but usable deposit. Poland is welcomed as a co-partner.
  • Australia: Invests in the Vanuatu gold mine. The government senses the changing tide in the Balkan war and begins backing the Kingdom of the Balkans, giving them weapons and supplies, as well as a frigate being sent to Dalmatia.
  • Poland: The economy continues to grow, and more factories open up. More funds head into the gold mine in Vanuatu, and the Polish government hopes that a large amount of gold will come out of it that way the money spent will be replaced and with more. Research continues, and new advances in green power technology begins.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to research in their space program. They ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR. They begin researching in green technologies like solar power and wind power.
  • Belgium: Belgium Parliament offers the Belgian Congos and mandate territory independence if they agree to a commenwealth system that UK has with their countries or wait until 1975. Parliament give them six months to decide. GDI a captures a high profile leader in the rebel Militia. After several weeks of interrogation, the rebel leader still refuse to break, only telling GDI the following: "Our so-called leaders prostituted us to the West ... destroyed our culture ... our economies ... our honor. Our blood has been spilled on our soil. My blood ... on your hands. You are the invaders. All of the Western nations forces will leave Arabia immediately ... or suffer dire consequences. You can not stop the Arabian Liberation Army (ALA). We will create a unified Arabian Nation again and expelling the western influence from Arabian peninsula ..." The Leader dies sometime later of internal bleeding. With this information, GDI begins search the rest of the known Leadership of ALA Forces in Oman and identifying the other possible leader in the other Arabian nations.
    • Why oh why have you quoted CoD ...
  • Norway: Stian directs the Først Frihet to Oslo, propaganda and the large number of members make the Norwegian revolt to take effect. In an official statement of Stian as "den Store Leder" who will help states that Norway will cause strong support from the Norwegian government and its rich mines of iron.
  • The Nordic Union: The NU floods Norway with troops, and civilians are tried to be kept unharmed. Oslo is retaken, and soon Norway is back under Noridc control. Norway's rebel leaders, now in Noridc custody are taken to the negoiation table to see if the problems can be worked out.
  • Germany:Germany continues to plan for an on the moon by 1969, and launches its latest communication satellite. Solar powered is continued to be researched, and most of western Germany is powered by either solar panels or wind farms, and plans for the last fossil fuel plant to end is by 1998 to 2001. Germany continues to send aid to East Saudi Arabia and the Balkan government, and the new Leopard tanks is released to the General Republic, and research into advance technology (espically composite armor, medicine, communications, and green power continues), while color TC is becoming popular among the population of Germany.
  • ROCJ: Sends a women into space. Work on a space station begins. A capsule islaumched and hard lands on the moon, revealing that it is not made of dust. Protest diminishes dramatically. ROCJ helps on the Australian Goold Pind.
  • Korea: Korea continues to work on Seoul, and other infrastructure within Seoul. Meanwhile, they pressure the Japanese to give the Chinese their independence.
  • Chile: While the affected cities begin to rise again, the economy recover slowly. President Alessandri order increase the patrols in the border due to reports about guerrilla groups trying to enter to the country from Peru.
  • Balkans: The civil war continues, and with Axis support the government captures Bosnia from the rebels.
  • USSR: The USSR continues its space program and work on ICBMs. The first ICBMs are predicted to be ready by next year. Meanwhile, Project Big Ivan is underway, and its yield is to surpass anything ever seen. Military is updated.
  • The US economy improves a great deal. President Kennedy signs the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, ending segregation along with a Constitutional Amendment banning the Poll Tax.
  • India: Bombay and Mumbai experience huge construction projects, including house building and factory construction. Factories continue to be constructed, with more focus on economic action. The first skyscraper in India continues designing, but it starts to stagnate. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank. The tank's testing is completed. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans. In the Balkans, more gains are made as a significant amount of troops are used to capture Bosnia.

1962.5

  • Korea: Korea continues to improve their infrastructure, and Seoul becomes one of the largest cities in East Asia. Meanwhile, Korea gives some aid to Chile for help on reconstruction, but not too much, as they cannot spare too much. The economy improves greatly, and the poverty rate drops to 12% from 15%. The goal is to lower it to 9% by two years, although many see that as impossible.
    • Chilean Diplomacy: Government thanks to Korea for his aid.
  • Nordic Union: The Nordic Army, navy and Air force remain on high alert should any more rebellions occur while Norway and and Finalnd still have a heavy military presence, although both former nations have representatives in the Nordic Congress which have the rights to vote.
    • Stian offers you next year, a federal constitution (similar to Bosnia-Hezergovina) for Norway in the Nordic Union. It is his only offer.
  • Germany: Germany continues to plan for an man on the moon by 1969 at the least, while another satellite is launched. Research into advance technology continues, especially in communications, warfare, and transportation. Medicine is also important, and the Leopard II is released to the public, and begins to outdated the old Tiger and Panzer tanks.
    • Greek diplomacy: Wonders if Germany would consider a joint moon mission. I would have to ask the Axis, but since we are both considering to land on the moon before the end of the decade, why not?
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They plan to launch a man of the moon on 1965. They ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR. They begin building wind and wave turbines in the North Sea.
  • Poland: Research continues, and the economy continues to grow. New gains in factory efficent methods are made, and Polish factories now use less labor than anyone else in the world, giving them a competetive edge over its competitors. However, a large amount of people are now unemployed, and it doesn't look like there is going to be any jobs available for them in the near future. To provide jobs for them, new infrastructure is going to be built,
  • ROCJ: Sends another hard crash capsule to the moon. A plan to send a soft lander is in plans. Tokyo expands and a new Autoboat is released, the Freedom which highly popular. Solar power info is requested from Germany.
    • German Diplomacy: The plans will be delivered next turn.
  • Greece: The Axis launches another man into orbit. he circles the earth for 36 hours before splashdown. The Axis is challenged to send a man to the moon "Before the decade is out"
  • Vanuatu: The a second gold mine is made and Vanuatu expands the manganese mine.
  • Balkans: A temporary truce is declared in the civil war as both sides try to come to an agreement. Nothing has been agreed on however.
  • Australia: Sends a koala into space, with the rocket being launched from the Space Center in Hainan Islands. The Koala's opposable thumbs make it ideal for space travel. The first massive tank, the Diprotodon I is completed and takes part in exercises in the Australian outback.
  • Chile: The entire country show good signs of recuperation. The President Alessandri hope that very soon the national economy reach to the levels before the earthquake. Army begin exercises training in zones similar to peruvian regions.
  • The USA continues to fight against the segregation in the south. More space missions are undertaken, with the goal being to have a moon landing by 1970. Kennedy passes many economic regulations, which improve the economy which was somewhat unstable.
  • Tibet:Tibet continues as before, other than asking Australia if they can buy one of the super tanks, and increasing police ratios in the province of new Tibet, which was formerly part of China.
  • India: Bombay and Mumbai experience huge construction projects. Factories continue to be constructed, with more focus on economic action. The first skyscraper in India finally finishes the designing process and plans for construction are begun. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank with the tank's testing completed. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans. In the Balkans, troops continue their efforts to continue the temporary truce.

1963

  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR. They begin building solar panels across its African territories.
  • Australia: Sends the blueprints for the Diprotodon-class super-tank to Tibet. Australia also asks Britain when Newfoundland and the remaining African colonies will gain dominion status, like Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa have.
  • Germany: Germany continues to plan for a man on the moon by 1969 at the least, '68 would be nice. Meanwhile, research into advance technology continues, and the last non-renewable powered ship is decommissioned. The Leopard II continues to replace the Panzers,
  • Korea: Korea continues to build up their economy, and Seoul is built up even more. Meanwhile, the Gimpo International Airport is built, to service most of the air traffic going in and out of Korea. However, quality is very poor, rated an average 2.3 stars out of 5.
  • Nordic Union: The Nordic Union continues to suppress the rebels in Norway, and expands and modernizes its military.
    • British Diplomacy: It asks the country to see if it can build a barrier on the Nordic-Soviet border.
  • Poland: Research continues, and the economy keeps growing. More jobs are created from new infrastructure that is being built. More Green Power Plants are built, and two coal power plants have been closed.
  • The USA continues working on its economy and space program. President Kennedy has record-high approval ratings. The fight against racism continues.
  • Tibet: Tibet builds their own super tank, the abominable, from Australian plans.
  • Chile: The base in Antarctica receives more supplies and resources for expanding. The economy increasing thank to new works for the reconstruction process in affected areas. In the municipal elections, the oficialists coalition maintain the supremacy over the left-wing groups. The other principal parties, Radicals and Christian Democrats make a pact with the government.
  • India: Bombay and Delhi experience huge construction projects, with the airports already existent allowed to extend and the addition of three new terminals for each airport is accepted. Factories continue to be constructed, with more focus on economic action. The first skyscraper in India begins construction and help from the USA is requested as they have experience building skyscrapers. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India continuing development of its own tank with the tank undergoing final reviews. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans.
  • Balkans: The truce with Serbia breaks down, although it holds with other Slavic nations. The army makes rapid advances into Serbia once the truce breaks down thanks to support from nations.
    • Indian Response: India sends 20 of its new tanks (these tanks are the heavy ones!) to aid its significantly destroyed fleet of tanks as well as aid the Balkans to re-establish control.

1963.5

  • Korea: Korea continues to industrialize, and Gimpo International Airport is improved greatly. They hope to become the center of commerce in Asia, with many imports and exports to and from many nations. Meanwhile, the economy also picks up significantly, due to the economic improvements happening.
  • Poland: The economy continues to grow, and research continues. More factories open up, and more Green Power Plants are made.
  • Britain's military and navy continue expanding and upgrading. They continue to ask Swedo-Finland to build a military barrier in its border next to the USSR. Britain's economy enters a period of rapid expansion.
  • Australia: An entire division of the new Diprotodon class super-tanks is finally completed. A second and final koala is sent into space, making Australia's dream of manned space flight by '65 well within its sights. A new airship service is opened up between mainland Australia and Hainan Island, making the former Chinese territory feel even more an integral part of the federation.
  • Balkans: The armed forces overwhelm the Serbian forces and they occupy Belgrade. The government offers thanks to the other nations that aided them and they promise that the Serbs will not be persecuted for their actions.
  • Greece: Space launches become more common. The Duality program is initiated, which will attempt to dock two spacecraft in orbit. if his program is successful, it is planned to initiate the Luna program, and send a man to the moon.
  • India: Bombay and Delhi's airports undergo extension work and the contstruction of three new terminals for each airport begins. The project is expected to take five years. Factories continue to be constructed, with more focus on economic action. The first skyscraper in India continues construction and help from the USA is requested as they have experience building skyscrapers. The army is reformed and improved upon, with India's tank ready for mass production. The tank is close to being called a super tank but has the advantage of being able to be produced at a rapid pace. It continues to send scientists to help the Axis Space effort and continue to aid the Balkans.

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