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This reflects around the District Policy's establishment, the Civil Wars of the age and other important info from the Roaring Twenties to the Great Depression.
- At the Paris Peace Conference, the Delegations of the winning powers cannot agree on anything (more or less like OTL) due to the fact that Ulrich von Brockdorff-Rantzau, a German diplomat, had shown enough facts and proof that Austria-Hungary was to blame (Although it was not directly their fault, the man who had shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand was part of a Bosnian Resistance group, yet they declared war on the innocent scapegoat of Serbia). The "Big Four" finally create a policy later to be known as the District Deformation Policy. The purpose of it was to cut Austria-Hungary into different districts, each one to be controlled by one of the winning nations. The Ottoman Empire would undertake a similar process and territory around Saudi Arabia would be handed over to either France or Britain.
- The Russian Civil War continues as Polish forces continue to fight for independence with no success and ask the newly set up Weimar Republic for support. Although defeated, German factories spring back to life as the remaining German reserves are sent to help the poorly matched Polish. German weapons are also supplied to the Polish with the exception of aircraft and tanks, giving them the advantage. In only a few weeks, the Loyalist and Soviet Russians are pushed out, leaving behind even more firearms and supplies, which only ensured a German-Polish victory. The League of Nations recognized Poland as an independent nation and without any formal peace treaty (Russia-Poland-German peace treaty or something like that) Poland gained separation from Russia. The short Germania-Russia Border war helped the Weimar Republic rebuild and get back on its feet in the economy area, while it only helped the future Soviet Union solidify its anger toward Germany and Poland.
- The Bolshevik government by now had a firm grip on most of Russia, but nevertheless, it was not enough. In January, a Soviet counterstrike was stopped in its tracks and pushed back by Cossack forces. This gives time for them to regroup and organize their ranks, turning the Cossacks into a much stronger fighting force. They began to stage hit-and-run tactics on Soviet supply bases and munition dumps, inflicting heavy losses of needed equipment on the Soviet army. In another desperate move, the Soviets launched another attack, but instead of attacking the Russian Cossacks in the west, they planned on cutting off the Kuban and Don Cossacks down in the south. The Soviet plan at first was making progress, until Russian Cossacks from the west hit its unprotected flank, this lead to the the Soviet forces being cut in two. The Cossacks had trapped one part of the Soviet forces while the other had withdrawn to friendly territory. The now trapped Soviets refused to surrender and by early March, there was at least ten men who had surrendered. The Campaign of Kiev was a major campaign in the Russian Civil War that lead the Cossacks and the Bolshiveks to the peace table, where Russia would be split into two nations: A Monarch one in the North and a Communist one in the south.