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Poland
Baltic Commonwealth
Timeline: Global Pacification: World at War (Map Game)
Flag Herb Polski
Flag Coat of Arms
Capital
(and largest city)
Warsaw
Language Polish
Demonym Polish
King Władysław Anders I
Currency Polish Zloty
Poland was a medieval superpower. Now after rearming it stands next to two super powers.

History

May 1939

Week 1

Władysław Anders, Prime Minister of Poland, keeps his armies prepared for possible aggressive actions. Meanwhile Poland begins to increase production of food expecting a good summer. Poland contacts Yugoslavia via telegram offering them a secret proposal.

Week 2

Poland begins construction of 1000 metal works factories across the country. They are to be built to decrease the unemployment and to increase income. The factories will produce small metal objects on mass such as cutlery, clothes pins, needles and bullets. Poland also offers Slovakia a chance to join the Polish Republic as a fully represented state. They would have their own government (with minor powers) and in exchange would have the full protection of Poland and all the benefits of that. Poland also ensures Slovakia that by joining the Republic they would be defended from another Hungarian war. Poland also allies with Hungary and Slovakia denies due to this.

Week 3

Poland deals with the denial easily but does not withdraw the offer. They send a trade request to Hungary which Hungary accepts and they start trade with Sweden.

Week 4

Believing the eve of war is upon him, Wladyslaw Anders orders for the mass production of bullets, guns and tank ammo in the first 400 newly built factories. The Polish Army of 550,000 soldiers is mobilised to the German border. 450,000 troops dig in for a defence and 100,000 remain among Poland's major cities. Prime Minister Anders calls for conscription to people between the ages of 16 - 30. Poland gives the area known as The Polish Corridor to Hungary for free as a gesture of kindness.

June 1939

Week 1

We give the Hungarians permission to move forces through Polish land. Prime Minister Anders gives a speech on the radio: "It is with the greatest of regrets that I must inform my fellow nationals that the inevitable has become fact. Early this morning I was awoken with a message that our faithful ally the Kingdom of Yugoslavia is at war and though these are hard times for us all we cannot be known for leaving our allies unassisted. As such it is my duty as Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland to announce that we are at war with Imperial Italy." Poland supports Yugoslavia and declares war on Italy. A group of 100,000 soldiers from the German border move down towards the Yugoslavian border with Italy.

Week 2

Public announcement: "I have been locked in a room with some of the highest authorities in Poland and we have came to a conclusion. The Polish Republic declares war on Italy and Bulgaria. We support our allies, Yugoslavia and support the Albanian people!" - Wladyslaw Anders. Poland sends 300,000 soldiers and tanks through Hungary to the Yugoslavian border with Italy. On arrival they are informed to kill every opposing Italian force they come across. Poland begins a massive drive for recruits and tanks and weapon production begins. The Polish Air force requests the use of Hungarian air bases to have a closer base from which to attack.

Week 3

Polish forces engage the Italians as they cross. The Poles are dug in with defences around the border towns. Anti-tank guns and artillery are moved to effective ranged and the one million Italian army are engaged as they advance. Poland sends a decree of help to the USSR begging them to send forces to assist on the border. They request tanks, anti-tank guns, artillery, foot soldiers even cavalry, whatever can be spared. The Polish Air force begins bombings of Italian border towns with the targets being civilians and civilian structures. Additionally 202,938 civilians sign up to join the army and begin a one-month basic training course.

Week 4

With the Hungarian and Russian reinforcements the Polish army begins to reach a stalemate. The Polish air force changes its targets to the Italian naval vessels off the Yugoslav coast. Poland sends a trade request to the USSR. Wladyslaw Anders announces that he is willing to sign a declaration of cease fire at any time on the condition that it leads to peace talks.

July 1939

Week 1

Nothing of notice happens.

Week 2

Poland sends the reserve 200,000 troops to the Italian-Yugoslav border in addition a recruitment drive and parade brings in an additional 121,008 recruits to be trained in a month. The Polish air force switches targets to German tanks under the Italians controls. Poland again sends a message to the Italians saying it is willing to sign a cease fire if it leads to a peace treaty.

Week 3

Nothing of notice happens.

Week 4

Poland arms 12,000 fighters and 8000 bombers on Monday. Polish front-line forces begin turning border towns into fortresses by building defensive walls, artillery emplacements and trenches. The first Czlog Iis tested in Poland and on Friday the Polish air force heavily bombs Rome, the air force loses 8000 planes in the attack.

August 1939

Week 1

The 323,946 recruits come out of training and go to the Slovakian border. Slovakia is offered a deal:Join the Polish Republic as a self-governed state and lose only a few major decision capable choices or be invaded and annexed and have no governance within the Republic.

Week 2

Polish forces move from the Slovakian border to inland Poland. The deal is withdrawn from the table after a civil protest in Poland. Polish forces at the Yugoslav-Italian border press an assault and attack the Italian forces in between them and the Swedish, in doing so they reopen supply lines to the Swedish forces and secure a strong victory in the war. Though there are many casualties the offensive is considered a success and as such Polish forces are allowed triple meal rations and a bottle of bear each.

Week 3

Nothing of note happens

Week 4

Nothing of note happens

September 1939

Week 1

Poland sends 300,000 men to assist Sweden in Albania. Protests over the German ownership of the Polish corridor begins in Warsaw. Poland makes an official demand to Italy that they agree to defeat or be entirely annexed by opposing forces. Meanwhile Polish economy begins to increase as the economy comes off inflation.

Week 2

Plans for a Military coup begin.

Week 3

Nothing of note.

Week 4

Nothing of note

October 1939

Week 1

Nothing of note

Week 2

Coup gains support from people

Week 3

10,000 armed civilians storm the Polish Republic government building and execute all the leaders except Wladyslaw who turns on his fellows.

Week 4

Battles continue

November 1939

Week 1

After a military coup lead by General Wladyslaw Anders supported by the Polish majority against the Republic to re-establish the Polish Monarchy. Wladyslaw Anders is declared the King Wladyslaw Ander of Poland. Poland also offers Lithuania a chance to reform the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and have the same strength and European unity that it had in the 1700s. The deal to join a Polish commonwealth is extended to other Baltic States if they so wished. Propaganda begins being passed around Poland and into the Baltic states about the benefits of the Commonwealth. King Anders agrees to the terms of the Treaty of Rome and will enforce it.

Week 2

Propaganda is spread throughout the Baltic states about the benefits of reforming what would be renamed to the Baltic Commonwealth. Additionally the army is called back to Poland and participation for all able bodied men in the reserves is enforced. All members of the standing army that returns is given a month on leave. Additionally, due to Poland's trade and industrial output the Zloty begins to pull ahead of other Baltic currencies. Poland recognises the Austro-Hungarian Empire and declares its offers to the Baltic's remain open.

Week 3

Nothing of note

Week 4

Publication of propaganda in the Baltic states continues. Poland declares itself the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and asks nations to recognise it as such. Reserve army training begins and is aimed to be completed by Christmas. Forces from the Slovenian Front return and King Wladysalw gives a speech. Poland finally agrees to the requests sent to it by Scandinavia.

December 1939

Week 1

Trade and general production continues as December starts. Thanks to a good summer harvest there is plenty of food to go around. The Polish economy continues to slowly improve and the Zloty is made the official currency of Lithuania. Poland continues to send propaganda into Latvia and Estonia. Following King Wladyslaw I's signing of the Treaty of Rome he awaits the Italian response impatiently. In the meantime, 2.56 million Zlotys are given to Austria-Hungary as a thanks for the part they played in the war.

Week 2

Nothing of note

Week 3

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