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On Jun 22, 1940 France had surrendered to Nazi Germany. Vichy France was a French-led puppet state in Southern France, it often collaborated with the Nazis, leading many to disapprove of it. Though many just began to live life with the new German and French leaders, a few stood up to the Nazis and became Partisans, or rebels. The Paris Partisans were centered around France's former capitol, Paris. They often led attacks on German troops, and later Free French troops. They focused on restoring the glory of France, but more importantly Paris. They were fond of Paris art and culture, and believed that it must be saved for the world. They believed that the rest of France was just ordinary and didn't bother to conquer it. For four year they fought Germans troops, when in 1944 a large group of Free French soldiers entered Northern France and got close to Paris. Every time they entered the city, they would let Germans fight them, then the Partisans went in and beat whoever won the battle. This strategy lead to many Germans and Free French troops to avoid the city. For six years after this, they fought both sides hoping to protect Paris from takeover. Then in 1950, revolts in France and Poland broke out after Germany entered a civil war when the Führer was killed by an American Nuclear bomb.
The Paris Partisans won independence after a decade of occupation, and Aleron Mallery took over as the General Premier. He set up the government and began leading Paris through hard times. The Winter of 1950 killed many, and also killed any crops that were available in the countryside. When Spring came, Mallery promised himself, and the city of Paris that wouldn't happen again. He ordered expedition teams to go get food from the outside world. They used the trucks that were left over from the Nazi occupation. Mean while, rations were given out among the population. A person could only get his rations if he: worked at a government assigned area, married to someone who worked, was a child, or was elderly. If they were assigned work, most of the time it was building the wall that protected Paris from invaders, clearing homes for space for farming, or salvager. A wall was being built around Paris and some of the country side around it to defend against Free France. The Expeditions came back in Summer, with enough supplies to last through the winter. With this taken care of, Mallery could focus on building a wall around Paris. Construction continued until winter, when temperatures prevented any further building. Research was meanwhile started on an alternative power source: wind. Wind Power was something that didn't need to be imported like coal or oil. In 1953, after the winter, the wall was finished and Paris was safe, for now. In 1954, the Partisans made an offical diplomatic visit to Free France to end the fighting between the two. A deal was proposed, Paris would remain in the hand of the Partisans as an independent country, trade could exist between the two, and Paris would be in an alliance with Free France. A visit was also made to Southern France, but to their surprise, the Vichy government was still alive and thriving. They attempted to negotiate a peace between the two, but the negotiations were interrupted when several Nazi leaders entered the room. They soon learned more of the German civil war, and how the Nazis lost and were kicked out to Vichy France and South Africa. They also learned about several German states that existed, bickering among themselves. When the diplomats returned home with their information, Mallery was interested by this information, but was too busy with his own goals for Paris to take action on this. Mallery initiated the first cultural plan. It included bring in former French artists who fled when the war began. The plan also included re-opening museums closed when the bombing runs began. Also, an art school was to be built to teach the world about French art. For six years, this went well as artists came back and paintings were being drawn again. In 1960, the next plan was initiated, It included bringing back French musicians, re-opening music schools, and a museum of French Music so that "French culture never dies". French Culture over the next decade flourished, and Mallery announced " the French Culture has been saved for the world to enjoy".
To Be finished later.