Through War, Comes Power
Location of Egypt
|Official languages||1 official language
|-||Emperor||Farouk I of Egypt|
|-||Upper house||National Council|
|-||Lower house||National Assembly|
|-||The Fall of British Empire to communism||1940s|
|-||Total|| 3,508,263 km2
1,354,548 sq mi
|GDP (PPP)||1956 estimate|
Egypt officially known as the Egyptian Empire, is a country located in Africa. The empire spans 3.508.263 km2(1.354.547 sq mi), and has a population of roughly 32,000,000 inhabitants. Egypt today is currently is the second most powerful independent state on the continent. The nation is bordered by Jordania, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Spain, Central African Republic, Chad, Libya. The nation consists of Ethiopia and its protectorate Sudan, all constitute states of the Egyptian Empire, governing their own affairs in accord with the constitution of Egypt with able to veto any Sudanese decision.
By 1940s, Egypt was a fully sovereign state, with complete control over its domestic and foreign relations in the wake of the British Empire communist collapse, abolishing all British authority over the nation. Since that time, Egypt has governed its own affairs independent of the British Empire.
Regions are semi-autonomous territories with small control over their internal affairs, but who delegate foreign issues to the central government in Cairo. They each maintain their own defense forces, all of which are directed by a locally elected Regional Governor. Currently, there are two regions in the Egyptian Empire,Egypt and Sudan.
|Union state||Egypt||1931||Capital: Cairo|
Regional Governor: Muhammed Hussein
|Egyptian War Forces (EWF)|
|Union state||Sudan||1931||Capital: Khartoum|
Regional Governor: Hussein Family
|Sudanese War Forces (NDF)|
The Egyptian War Force (EWF), currently consists of 200,000 active personnel. The Egyptian military budget for the EWF as of 1956 was $2 billion, or 2.2% of the national GDP.With regards to the wider Egyptian War Forces, the nation is able to raise a force of 400,000 personnel including reservists, along with 40 aircraft, 200 armored vehicles, and ten warships.Currently the army is under restructure with the help of the Japanese Empire,the South African Republic,the Britannica and the OAU.
The Egyptian military maintains a small number of combat vehicles, warships, and aircraft for now as the army is under restructure with the help of our allies, all locally produced. Currently, South Africa fields a total of 200 main battle tanks, 40 aircraft, and ten warships ranging from aircraft carriers to diesel attack submarines. Major industrial complexes in the heartland of the nation are under construction and will provide all of the equipment needed for the EWF to operate effectively, with major corporations such as the Atlas Aircraft Corporation, providing aeroplane parts and designs. Military defense companies can be owned by anyone even other countries.In case of war companies of enemy countries are automatically nationalized by law and been resold or kept by the state. The army fields a force of 150 medium tanks and 50 Varke Md.I heavy tanks, which currently make up the entirety of the Egyptian armored vehicle fleet. The list below only shows the equipment in use in the South African Defense Forces, and not the wider Union Defense Forces as a whole. All equipment shown is shared by the other union state members.
The largest and most prestigious branch of the EWF is the Egyptian Army (EA), which is tasked with protecting the Egyptian Empire (particularly Egypt). The SAA is made up of 50,000 active personnel, with another 350,000 men in the active reserve forces known as the Civilian Forces and Commando Forces.Given the threat of an invasion in Sinai-Suez, the army focuses much of its manpower and resources in that region of Egypt.
A branch of the EWF is the Sudanese Army (EA), which is tasked with protecting the Egyptian Empire (particularly Sudan). The SA is made up of 25,000 active personnel, with another 125,000 men in the active reserve forces known as the Civilian Forces and Commando Forces.Given the threat of an invasion in Sinai-Suez, the army focuses much of its manpower and resources in that region of Egypt.
Egyptian Air Force
The Egyptian Air Force (EAF) consists of 20 aircraft and 500 active personnel. The air force maintains a few of military airbases throughout the control, with particular focus on Sinai, where large tracts of the sparsely populated land must be patrolled.
The Egyptian Navy (EN) is the arm of the military responsible for the maritime security of South Africa. The fleet of the SAN consists of 93 warships total, plus a number of unarmed ships responsible for the logistical needs of the navy. A total of 1012 personnel, not counting civilian workers, are employed by the navy. Most of the fleet is based in many ports of the Delta of the Nile manly Alexandria where naval facilities are under construct.Given the threat of an invasion in Sinai-Suez, the navy focuses much of its manpower and resources in that region of Egypt.
The Egyptian economy is the second largest on the continent, with a total GDP of $112.000 billion. The average South African makes a total of $3500 a year. The Egyptian economy relies upon the oil industry, with the oil exports constitute the bulk of the nation's exports.
The economies of the Egyptian Empire as a whole are heavily integrated with one another, forcing dependence upon the group on one another.