January 6th, 1955
CBC World News
"The world today. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation now presents a summary of the all the important world news today. Reports from CBC correspondents by trans-America short wave radio, and the latest developments as received by the Canada's news room here in Ottawa. Tonight we will be reporting on the latest military events from the United States and abroad via our correspondents in Chicago, Ottawa, and Berlin."
"Good evening Canada, this is your host Tommy Forever speaking. Today's reports will be focusing on the Asian and Pacific fronts, the surrender of Texas, and the recent rocket launch in Germany."
"In Asia, Soviet forces are driving Chinese forces south as resistance collapses. The Red Army, after suffering staggering humiliations early in their Asian campaign, have shown a renewed military strategy which seems to be extremely effective. 340,000 Chinese soldiers from the Nanjing defense force have been pushed to Shanghai's outskirts, but have so far been denied entry by the United States. Meanwhile, to the south, Soviet forces have split the Chinese front at Hong Kong, reaching the former British colony late last month. The Chinese strategy seems to be heavily reliant on holding out for Japanese reinforcements, as the Chinese army seems to be pulling back to a defensive line in occupied-Vietnam."
"After over a decade of political and military turmoil, it appears that the average Chinese citizen is tired of the instability. The north Chinese appear to be rallying behind a Soviet initiative to create a communist-backed government, which is expected to form after the defeat of the current Chinese government."
"The Australian army continues to engage in heavy battle with British units in eastern Australia. Despite being extremely outnumbered, Australian forces have managed to show unsurpassed bravery and skill against the British-French forces. Supply shipments from the United States have significantly aided the Australian war effort, providing food, munitions, field kitchen supplies, and several other crucial supplies to the isolated nation. Rär Ezgozeela, our Australian field reporter, has been following the Australian army for several months. He was lucky enough to see the interview of a British field officer captured last week. According to the officer, the British Army is low on moral, and with the recent events in Britain, under-nourished. The main result of this situation was, ironically, a significant decreased in British fighting capacity."
"In the United States, the separatist government of Texas has formally surrendered. This comes after a grueling campaign made by the Confederate forces slowly pushed Texas back from the Flordia coast and right into the Texan heartland. With the Texas oilfields in Confederate hands, the United States and California have been deprived of one of the most valuable resources in modern warfare: Oil."
"Commander Cool has been transferred to an undisclosed high-security prison in Germany until he joins Churchill and many other war criminals this October, in the War Crime Trials in Versailles. Commander Cool was captured in November as he attempted to flee across the Texas-Mexico border."
"Germany has launched the first man-made satellite into space today. The satellite, Blondie I, was launched on an A-11 rocket out of Weltraumbahnhof Rügen on the Rügen Island, and was nicknamed after Hitler's former k-nine companion. Its orbit will take it directly over much of the northern hemisphere, and will be visible passing overhead at night. This has been the net results of several years of work on the Programm zur Eroberung des Weltalls, also known as the Program for the Conquest of Space (PCS in English), which has been in operation since the mid '40s. The goal of this launch is to collect scientific data of the atmosphere, and will be monitored by a large group of German scientists. More details on the German PCS will be broadcasted over the course of this week."
**Blondie I, lol. I didn't name a location yet because I do not know what locations are suitable for launch. Suggestions?. Secondly, Texas is out! 1 down, 2 to go. China is screwed, rapidly collapsing, but I still stick to the date I think they will be annexed.**