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    Belgium: Rise of the Choco Lords

    Chapter I



    In the capital city sometimes likened to a whited sepulcher, the central offices of the Company crouched under their formative scaffolding. But in the basement of a completed wing, a meeting was taking place between some Gentlemen, capitalists and representatives of the state.

    “Gentlemen”, one said, “we live in an age of opportunity. There is much our newly-formed country can accomplish, but it will require action and planning. You have all heard of Cailler’s Swiss chocolate factory; you all know of Van Houten’s so called ‘Dutch Process’ of removing chocolate’s bitter taste to create edible chocolate bars. Are we to sit back and let other nations reap the profits of what is bound to be humanity’s most prized commodity? As a hot-blooded Walloon I say no! Belgium must conquer the world’s chocolate trade and it must do so at the source. Our factories can master and improve on this so called ‘Dutch Process’, but we must secure our supply and attain a monopoly on cocoa production.”

    There was much assenting and nodding of heads and tapping on the table. One of the other Gentlemen said,

    “But do we have the means to pursue this strategy? Already, our former Dutch overlords may be planning a war of reconquest. And the world is watching – overseas military adventures will raise eyebrows, if not swords.”

    “I believe it is feasible. We are currently under the protection of the United Kingdom, and our home army is capable of holding off a Dutch invasion. In the meantime, if you would care to look at these maps,




    the collapse of the Spanish Empire has given rise to new states at the source of the cocoa. Divided, they can be conquered. In the East Indies, our Dutch rivals have set up cocoa plantations that threaten to rival or even exceed the New World in output. These can be put under our control if we gain the upper hand on them in war. Finally, the western part of the Dark Continent is perfectly suited for the cultivation of cocoa trees but conditions prohibit large scale settlements for the time being. Our colonial competitors have some outposts there, and every care must be taken that they do not move before we do in that theatre. I propose we send an expedition to Colombia to establish our first cocoa plantations and a base of operations for the spreading of our influence across the Americas.”

    “But what of His Majesty? He must give his consent to such an operation, seeing as it must be conducted in the name of our nation.”

    “Do not worry about that”, a third Gentleman and representative of the state said, “we will have His Majesty’s cooperation. Our interests are embedded deep within the ruling Katholieke Partij, and we are asserting influence over the competing Liberale Partij as well. Our interests are the interests of the nation.”

    “Then we are decided?”

    “Belgium has decided.”

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    Chapter II

    The Belgian Navy at the start of 1836 consisted of merely three clippers. Another was commissioned, and that was barely enough to transport the 1st Division across the Atlantic Ocean on its colonial adventure.



    By July of that year, the small and battered fleet had reached the Gulf of Darien, bearing a declaration of war and instructions to its officers to act on their own initiative to the best interests of the Crown.



    After months of skirmishing, Panama City was taken but the defining battle eluded the Belgian army. That finally came in December, when the Colombian army was soundly defeated and the 1st Division proceeded to destroy it in detail. News of that victory reached Brussels and the Company with much delay, but they did so early enough to soothe their anxiety in the face of a far greater challenge: on January 24 1837, the Netherlands declared war on Belgium. The Belgian armies retreated from the front to regroup, after some initial skirmishes, and to organize the reserves that had been mobilised – a mere two brigades, but infinitely valuable in those times.



    But after March, the tide of the war changed. Luxemburg’s small army was defeated, the Dutch were driven back (due, in great part, to the ineptness of their top general, in comparison with the tactical genius of his Belgian rival) and Belgian armies pushed into the Netherlands, occupying the border regions. Meanwhile, the 1st Division was occupying Colombia, having destroyed all sources of active resistance.



    Under these conditions, Belgium’s enemies had no choice other than to accept its demands. First the Dutch had to part with their Sumatran holdings – prime cocoa land – in the Christmas Peace of 1837.



    Then Colombia accepted the loss of the north-western part of its territory. Belgian Colombia would prove very useful for the future designs of the Company.



    In the headquarters of the Company, the Gentlemen sipped hot chocolate and congratulated each other on their success. Belgium had accrued a little more infamy than would have been healthy for it, but as long as it enjoyed British protection it should be safe while the world’s opinion mellowed. All they had to do in the meantime was wait, and let the chocolate flow.

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    This sounds tasty.
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    Shouldn't you add some of the caribbean islands too, theres some real quality chocolate from there as well. They also happen to be British so good luck
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    Oh, I'll try to add Haiti at some point, or other islands if I can get them, but my main concern is infamy. There's much to conquer and not enough time to let the world forgive your imperialist ways... West Africa is the top priority though, since most of the world's cocoa comes from there.

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    Chapter III

    For the next decade, Belgium prospered in peace, and its culture thrived. The Flemish Movement was formed in 1846 and in that same year Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone. By 1849 the liberal party had gained a slim majority in the upper house and the political system begun to be reformed. More significantly, the world seemed to be forgetting the bellicose side of Belgium. That, the Gentlemen at the Company said, was a good sign that it was time to act.



    With the 1st Division bolstered by locally raised brigades, Colombia was powerless to stop the second Belgian invasion. Within less than a year, the Colombian government was forced to cede its south-west province to Belgium, thereby becoming a land-locked state.



    Once again, the Gentlemen in Brussels scarcely had time to congratulate themselves before the Dutch begun their second invasion of Belgium. For over two years the flames of war raged all over the Low Countries and Indonesia, but by November 1852 almost all of the Netherlands were under Belgian occupation, while the Dutch and Belgian colonial armies had fought themselves to a standstill, the former failing to conquer Sumatra, the latter then failing to conquer Java. Unfortunately, after its recent adventure in Colombia, Belgium was in no position to demand a colony from the Netherlands, but it did insist on the release of Luxembourg from satellite status, and that brought Brussels some prestige in its victory.



    Just three months later, a border incident provided Belgium with a casus belli against the United States of Central America. The Belgian people were tired of fighting the Dutch in the recent war, but the Gentlemen of the Company didn’t have to try hard to incite a measure of jingoism in the patriots among them. It helped that His Majesty was persuaded to replace the anti-military conservative party with the pro-military liberal party in the lower house. As a side benefit to the Company, taxes were reduced and factory costs went down as the economy made the transition from an interventionist model to laissez-faire.

    War with the USCA was not going to be a simple affair. It may have appeared to be a weak country, but it was allied with Mexico and the USA. An extra division was shipped to Belgian Colombia, and when war was properly declared on October 31 1854, Belgium was up against the better part of a continent.



    Fortunately, the USA and Mexico were busy fighting the CSA, but Mexico could spare a dangerously large army to help out its southern neighbour. A year of back and forth fighting passed before the Belgians neutralized the enemy armies and occupied Costa Rica. Shortly afterwards, it was kept as part of the peace settlement.



    In less than a month, another border incident gave Belgium another fortunate casus belli, this time against Colombia. The two countries still had a truce, so some patience was required before war could be declared. On June 19 1855 the Third Colombian War was declared.



    This time, Peru came to Colombia’s aid, but its army could do little but watch from a safe distance as the more experienced Belgian divisions marched through enemy territory, subduing all resistance. In October, they brought their forces to bear in the one and only battle of that war, which ended in Belgian victory.



    A month later, Colombia accepted the loss of most of its territory. The cocoa bounty was superfluous.

    Those and the immediately following years saw Belgium’s prestige, military might and industrialization increase. New factories were founded in Central America, commerce raiders were added to the fleets, new brigades were formed to protect Sumatra and the homeland, which was steadily fortified along all its borders. The result of this upwards trajectory was that by 1858, Belgium was formally acknowledged to be one of the Great Powers of the world.



    There was a celebration at the Company, attended by distinguished capitalists and representatives of the state, all shareholders in the new chocolate empire.

    “This chocolate monopoly venture is going splendidly, isn’t it?”

    “Oh yes. Some lives are lost here and there, but it’s all for a noble cause.”

    “Yes, a good and noble cause!”

    “Good and noble indeed!”

    “I do believe we are at the forefront of civilization.”

    “Here’s to us!”


    A few days later, news came from the border. The Dutch were invading again. In force. A Gentleman vented his frustration at a Company meeting.

    “Why can’t we ever celebrate our imperialism in peace?”

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    Destroy the dutch completely! Interesting AAR!

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    Thanks! I don't intend to take any land in Europe, this is one of the strategic limitations I have set for myself.

    (Though I might make an exception for the Swiss...)

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    "Belgium: Rise of the Chocobo Lords" <- is what i read the title for in the first quick overfly...
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    I too was taking the Belgians on a south american adventure just before my AAR saves became useless, unfortunately I didn't get around to writing them up. Good luck and have fun.

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    The cocoa bounty was superfluous.
    Good show noble gentleman of the company, I love how Belgium is a sort of chocolate colour.
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    Belgium seems to be quite popular to play and write about! You're giving a very nice and quite original twist to it as well. Kudos to you, Selzro!


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    Thanks! I started playing it and taking notes for this AAR before I took a proper look at this section, and when I did I was surprised by how many Belgium AARs there are here. But, in some ways, it's a country made for this game, having emerged in the 1830s with solid industrial foundations and a historical colonial future. I had been thinking of pursuing this chocolate strategy (just for fun) ever since HoI2 (Belgium's chocolate brown colour is a fixture there as well), but it would have been far more difficult there and it makes much more sense here.

    Also, the astute reader may notice some Joseph Conrad references which I absolutely couldn't help, having read Heart of Darkness and some of his other early stories this summer.

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    Speaking of heart of darkness, are you going to take the Congo. No chocolate but historically it was Belgian.
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    Yes, there's no chocolate but I do plan to take it, as a secondary objective in Africa. If all goes well I should be able to beat the French in the race for west Africa and then turn my attention to the Congo, provided Portugal doesn't pull a surprise expansion there (which I've never seen them do).

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    Chapter IV

    In July 1859, a large Dutch army commanded by a very aggressive general (+5 attack) invaded Belgium. Acting with characteristic calmness, the people panicked into being herded to their conscript brigades, and soon the Belgian army was ready to take action. While the Dutch lost time trying to wear down the border forts, the Belgians invaded the Netherlands and destroyed any smaller armies that were gathering to link up with the main force. Then, they converged on Antwerp, where the Dutch were days away from subduing all defences. The battle was desperate, with the fate of the two nations hanging in the balance, and the Belgians lost. But it turned out to not be that desperate after all, since the Dutch army moved on to besiege Ghent, and the Belgians had time to reorganize and engage it in a second battle. That time, they were victorious!



    Since operations in the East Indies consisted of the Belgian army in Sumatra staring at the Dutch army in Java from across the straits, the battles in Belgium pretty much judged the fate of the war, which was concluded in a white peace just two days before Christmas. The conscripts were sent home in time for the holidays.

    During the next year, the Belgian government consolidated its position in the civilized world by signing the Geneva Convention, while the Company undertook a much more practical task, the construction of the Panama Canal. Aside from a short war in Brazil, responding to a call of allied Argentina, Belgian foreign policy remained modest during the next five years, but by the mid 60s, that attitude had began to cause unrest. Through the Company’s indirect influence, the reactionary Nationalist Partij gained power and set about once again furthering the country’s chocolate interests.

    The Company had already established itself in America and Indonesia, in a position that provided much optimism for future expansion, but it was common knowledge that the times were changing, and the value of certain geographies with them. Western Africa would inevitably be colonized, maybe in one decade, maybe in three, but when that happened the Company’s chocolate hegemony would be broken. It was imperative that the Belgians got a head start in the scramble for Africa, and they needed a base of operations for that – Dutch Ghana.

    After extensive preparations, the Belgian government declared war on the Netherlands on November 19 1865. The Belgian armies moved swiftly across the border and pinned down the enemy in a pincer movement.



    By August 1866 the Dutch were worn down and conceded their defeat. The prize, Belgian Ghana!



    There was much jubilation in the streets, and much more, of a more dignified kind, within the Company meeting room.

    “We really showed those wooden-shoe-wearing windmill lovers who’s in charge in the chocolate business, didn’t we!”

    “Indeed! We absolutely licked those, erm, those Dutch stereotypes!”

    “My faith, we did!”

    “I do believe it was a shame we only got Ghana out of them.”

    “The eyes of the world were upon us. Some things are frowned upon…”

    “Bah, plebeian peace-loving nonsense! It is our right to take what it ours by force of arms and intellect! We should invade them again and take Java!”

    “Yes, I believe that in particular would raise rather more eyebrows than we would like, seeing as we have a truce…”

    “Hm, how long is this truce expected to last?”

    “Five years, I believe.”

    “Delays, delays… But we can use that time to do certain things that will be to our advantage and the advantage of the nation at large.”

    And that’s how Belgium ended up with a military-industrial complex.


    Meanwhile, in Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda…

    “Are you sure there aren’t any rivulets feeding into it?”

    The few explorers who could still stand gazed at their leader with pupils diluted on the verge of madness.

    “Yes! This is it! There’s nothing else! We’ve lost five men! Countless baggage carriers! I will never think of a hippo again without wetting my pants. Wauters can’t be safely moved in his condition. Two more might not make it home… This is the last bleeding source of water that ends up in the Nile!”

    “Well, then I think our job here is done! Men, we have done a great service to science! All Belgium will toast to our success!”

    A few months later it was announced that Belgian explorers had discovered the source of the Nile. There was much excitement, until the government and the Company learned that it will not help them produce more or better cocoa, and they turned their attention to more practical concerns.




    On August 1 1872 Belgium started the 5th Dutch War, by simultaneously invading the Netherlands and Java. After almost a year of hard fighting and much occupying of enemy provinces, the Dutch parted with Java, their most prized colonial possession, and a recently made state. With it, Belgium could be assured of its cocoa hegemony in the East Indies and the Netherlands were weakened to a degree that they were unlikely to be a threat to the Company again.



    Half a year later, the Belgian Ghana colony was expanded, thus initiating Belgium’s large scale colonization of Western Africa (cocoa tree-growing regions).



    “Now we’re talking!”, a Company Gentleman exclaimed. “With Java and Western Africa, Belgium will be invincible! Why, with our new-found power we could even take on France!”

    “You jest, good sir”, another Gentleman replied.

    “No I don’t. Mark my words, if France or Austria or the United Kingdom tried to poke their noses in our business today, we’d give them such a beating that they’d never dare do it again! We’re a Great Power now, a proper Great Power with capital first letters, and don’t ever forget that, gentlemen.”

    “Hm, it says here in the paper”, another Gentleman commented from his armchair, “that Argentina and Brazil may be at it again soon. But this time Brazil is allied with France. Would you insist that we keep our alliance with Argentina if France were to help Brazil in a war against it?”

    “Well, obviously yes! We’ve got nothing to fear from our overrated neighbours! But since civilized nations of such importance rarely let themselves get drawn into wars started by provincial countries, I do not think we’ll have a chance to test this in practice.”

    “True, it would be sheer madness to start a Franco-Belgian war over a border dispute between Argentina and Brazil. Those nationalists we appointed to manage the country may be rightly confident in our military might, but surely they are not stupid.”

    “Surely.”



    In the next chapter: WAR WITH FRANCE!

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    I demand Côte d'Ivoire!

    Prime chocolate growing land if ever I saw and smeared with a French presence for too long now.
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    Oh, Côte d'Ivoire will be the immediate next target for colonization! I'm just not so sure if I can get the French bit, because it costs 10 infamy and I'm maxed out. So much cocoa land to conquer, such a low infamy limit...
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    Can you really take on France already? It seems improbable, but heck, I've yet to play a Vicky 2 game so Ican't possibly know for sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Selzro View Post
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    In July 1859, a large Dutch army commanded by a very aggressive general (+5 attack) ...
    +5 attack! Wow, I've never seen anything above +3. Congrats on overcoming it - your empire is truly the marvel of the world!
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