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    Quote Originally Posted by hoi2geek View Post
    In my sense, "reversing the American Revolution" means giving the United States back into the British Crown, either through absorbing it to the UK or Canada(both of which are still part of the British Commonwealth). In this case, giving it to Canada makes much more sense.
    Okay, but don't forget that the British weren't the only ones who had claims on the United States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Madien View Post
    Okay, but don't forget that the British weren't the only ones who had claims on the United States.
    You'd have to give the SW to Spain... and Lousiana to France, which are both the EU... So... >_>
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    Too many comments to go through for answers, so I am just gonna say thanks for the comments and continue with this thing.

    Also, since I think someone asked, here is Siberia's IC:


    Japanese victory over the SCO, combined with huge Japanese military successes against US forces in the pacific ocean, has put greater distress on American politicians and military leaders than ever before. Combined with ECON's massive success in the war in East Africa, it has become clear that the United States and the Coalition will never be able to win the war if they have to fight both ECON and Japan at the same time. Therefore, American diplomats are sent under white flags to the middle east, with orders to secure peace with ECON at any cost. After some tense discussions with top ECON officials, peace between the two sides is finally achieved.


    The terms are harsh. The United States is forced to sign a humiliating document, which puts all blame for the wars in the Middle East with Washington and its now exiled middle eastern allies, such as the Israeli government, or the now dead/exiled monarchies of Jordan, the UAE, and other leaders. The United States is forced to completely give up all of its interests in the Middle East in order to put all of its focus on Japan and its allies. Meanwhile, ECON consolidates its new hold on Eastern Africa. The ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa fell to ECON troops while the peace negotiations were underway, leading to the complete collapse of Coalition lines there. The new demarcation line is therefore established far to the south, along the East African Great Lakes region. (also note that I finally renamed Saudi Arabia to a more accurate name)


    Of more interest to Japan is the final establishment of the DRI's westernmost borders. Iranian troops withdraw from Indian regions on the eastern side of the final demarcation line, which is drawn along mostly pre-WW3 Indo-Pakistani borders. The biggest exception is Kashmir, which Japanese friendly India renounces all claims over. Iran then finally sets up a revived Pakistani state, under the leadership of ex-General Pervez Musharraf. Also note that the DRI's government has finally relocated from Calcutta to New Delhi.


    Finally, in the Horn of Africa, the long lawless country of Somalia draws the attention of ECON leaders. Wanting to ensure the stability of its new greater sphere of influence, there is no tolerance to allow Somalia to remain a haven of insurgents, pirates, criminals, and lawlessness. With massive force, approximately 300,000 ECON troops enter the country and mercilessly destroy all elements in the country that could prove a threat to the stability of the region. There is no quarter given, as warlords, pirates, and other elements are utterly wiped out with great brutality. In the aftermath, Somalia rises again from the ashes. ECON sets up a new friendly regime that has total control over all of the country's territory, thanks to massive economic and military assistance. Ethiopia is even compelled to cede the contested Ogaden region to the new Somali government, resulting in the formation of "Greater Somalia". After decades of anarchy and violence, Somalia is once again at peace (although not in the way many in the west probably hope it would be, since it is peace under ECON rule).


    In Asia, the defeat of the SCO leads to many hundreds of thousands of Japanese soldiers being shipped to the Chinese coast, around Shanghai. These veteran combat soldiers will now get to be thrown against the Coalition's presence in the pacific, after having fought to victory in the vast lands of Asia.


    Meanwhile, the Mexicans are being annoying again. An entire division of their troops lands in Mindoro by sea, but are blockaded on the island thanks to the efforts of the Japanese navy. These troops will be taken care of in the future, but until then, they will be left to sit on the island.


    Japan has much bigger fish to fry with the war effort in the Pacific. Up until now, Japan was too busy with the war on the mainland to remove a thorn in its side since the beginning of the war: Guam. Now, the time has finally come to take control of this very important but also heavily defended military asset.


    The Japanese Air Force is ordered to soften up the island for invasion. Japanese heavy bombers, as well as Strike Aircraft, begin pounding the island's garrison with relentless air attacks. Although some damage is inflicted, the Coalition forces are very well dug in, and still more than capable of fighting.



    Japanese commanders now order the direct assault to begin. As more bombers hit the enemy's forces, something else begins to fall out of the sky on top of the heads of the enemy soldiers: Japanese paratroopers. They are joined in battle by the first wave of Japanese marines, which hit the beaches and attack the enemy's positions with great skill and tenacity. Some progress is made, but the assault then begins to bog down in the face of intense enemy firepower, which comes from the barrels of large numbers of enemy tanks dug in on the island. Casualties begin to mount, and it looks like Japanese forces may be pushed back into the ocean.


    Desperate to avoid defeat at any cost, Japanese commanders simply order the next 2 waves to hit the beaches en masse. 12 more Marine brigades are sent into battle, providing a force of numbers and firepower that the coalition forces cannot hold out under for very much longer. Rejuvenated by new reinforcements, Japanese forces now begin to make rapid progress. Enemy strongpoints are outflanked, surrounded, and annihilated one after the other, and soon the remnants of the enemy's forces are confined to only a few positions on the island.


    By January 7th, Coalition troops left on the island give up the fight. Having almost run through much of their ammunition and supplies, and losing the vast majority of their tanks to quickly moving Japanese marines, the Coalition commanders on the island come out of their positions with white flags and surrender. After years of being a major threat to Japan's war effort, Guam is at long last in Japanese hands! With the battle of Guam now finally over and won, Japanese generals and admirals are looking forward to repeating similar successes elsewhere, such as Hawaii, Indonesia, Australia, and finally, America itself...
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    ECON's power scares me. They sure are spread out, aren't they?

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    Banzai! Banzai! Banzai!
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    Ok, now america is screwed!

    Also, how are minorities in the middle east being treated like Jews and Christians?

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    Good to see this finally back. But if that was just one island, how long will it take?
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    Somalia is probably in a better position than what is possible in RL. Probably one of the few things that ECON did good for the world.
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    I myself remain unconvinced on the long term viability of ECON as a block. The only reason they beat the US twice was because in both wars the US had bigger fish to fry. They seem to lack power projection capabilities and unless they get some or ally with some one who has them, they will be in trouble if they have to fight another superpower.
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    I wonder just how bloody was the takeover of Guam. And what will Japan take next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiser_Mobius View Post
    After decades of anarchy and violence, Somalia is once again at peace (although not in the way many in the west probably hope it would be, since it is peace under ECON rule).
    Umm...yay, I guess.
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    Heh, to be honest, I think ECON's terms were too light for some reason, I was thinking they'd be much harsher...like the formation of a Greater Persian Empire or something.

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    Don't worry folks. The legendary Pokemon and Amaterasu are guarding Japan from the Gaijins.

    Also: Hirohito's dancing in hell with Tojo and Yamamoto singing "Umi Yukaba" and the triumph of their empire's rise.
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    @Ivir Baggins: Probably a long time. I especially expect Hawaii to be a big fight.

    @History_Buff: True. The main thing that was able to hold ECON together was the threat of the Americans and their allies in the Middle East. Now that they are completely ejected from the region, politically, economically, socially, and militarily, that glue of anti-Americanism is now gone.

    However, as you will see in the very near future, the actions of the EF could definitely keep ECON together in the face of the perceived threat from them....

    @Razgriz 2K9: Persian empire? They already have that in the form of the ECON alliance. Iran is more powerful than ever before, with by far the most powerful military in the entire ECON block (about 150 divs/bdes compared to Islamic Arabia's 65ish divs/bdes for example). Their economy is the largest in ECON, and they are very well secured politically. The Americans meanwhile lost everything they had in the Middle East, all of their allies, (including precious little Israel, which is essentially dead and buried now), all of their economic assets (no more easy middle east oil), and all of their military bases and alliances there. The Americans got their asses booted out of the middle east in a very embarassing and harsh way, and it is a huge defeat for them.

    @everyone else: thanks for the comments!

    With many of the Coalition's best naval forces resting on the bottom of the pacific ocean, the job of keeping the sea lanes open for Japanese shipping has become very easy for the Japanese navy. However, some engagements still do take place, such as here, when Japanese ships ravage a large pack of Mexican navy attack submarines.


    Elsewhere, Japan's attention expands to the major Coalition military base located on Diego Garcia island. Japan orders a flotilla of warships from its Indian allies, led by the new Indian aircraft carrier DRIS Delhi to blockade the island and prevent Coalition forces from using it as a staging point to attack Japanese possessions further East.


    Next, Japanese marines, which have redeployed from their recent victories in Guam, launch the next stage of Japan's counterattack against Coalition forces in the Pacific. Now, the target is Borneo. Japanese marines storm the eastern coast of the large Indonesian island, and are able to push back American forces garrisoning the beaches.


    More Marines also land in the north, at Jesselton. An American army brigade tries to hold its ground, but is largely decimated by ferocious Japanese attacks.


    As Japanese troops consolidate their hold on eastern Borneo, the Japanese navy catches a small British Royal Navy flotilla attempting to sneak through local waters, possibly fleeing from Australia to Hawaii or something. Carrier aircraft pounce on the British warships, which includes the veteran British aircraft carrier, HMS Ark Royal. Ark Royal does not survive the battle, being sunk with little survivors.


    Meanwhile, in the central Pacific, Iwo Jima suddenly becomes a major battlefield for the first time since the 2nd world war. This time however it is not US Marines trying to storm the island: it is the Brazilian army, with Mexican reinforcements. A Brazilian tank brigade, using some of the newest EF manufactured Leopard 4 main battle tanks in its army, leads Mexican infantry in an assault on the Japanese island stronghold. Japanese troops, although well dug in, struggle to hold back the enemy forces, which are equipped with tremendous firepower. It is only after a group of Japanese warships arrives off the coast that the battle turns, with naval bombardments forcing surviving enemy troops to retreat to their transport ships and flee back to their staging points on the Bonin Islands.


    In Borneo, reinforcements arrive to ensure rapid reconquest of the island from American hands. Not wanting to force Japanese marines to march endlessly through the thick jungles on the island, the army instead brings in 18 air cavalry brigades organized into 3 air cavalry battlegroups. With such a large concentration of mobile forces, Borneo should be back in Japanese hands in no time.


    Large numbers of Japanese forces on the island does not mean that its reconquest will be easy. Japanese forces go on the offensive on all fronts, pushing the Americans back in many areas. However, the Americans are not a foe to be underestimated. Japanese marines are massively depleted after battling a few American divisions that were holding Balikpapan, losing many of their comrades to push the Americans back. Although America is on the retreat in southeast Asia, they are a foe that will not quietly or easily give up ground to Japanese troops.


    To make matters worse, Australian reinforcements arrive to Borneo. The Australians are able to reform battered American defense lines and force Japanese troops to withdraw from the fighting for Balikpapan, a painful setback after having lost so many soldiers to try take the region.


    In the grand scheme of things however, the massive losses at Balikpapan are only a setback as other Japanese units successfully outmaneuver and destroy American resistance on the rest of Borneo, with the assistance of painful airstrikes by the Japanese Air Force. Most of the island is now under Japanese control, and it is doubtful that the enemy will be able to hold out for much longer. Meanwhile, Japanese marines are sent to invade Sulawesi, landing at Menado before marching south.


    Away from the fighting meanwhile, Japanese scientists, defense contractors, and state run arms companies have succeeded in implementing Japans "Super Soldier" project. Everything is now in place to upgrade existing special forces commando brigades with new computer systems, weapons, targeting systems, communications, and other implements of the 21st century high tech networked battlefield. These upgrades will make Japan's special forces commando's the best soldiers on earth, able to adapt and win in any combat situation.



    Back in Indonesia, the last pockets of enemy resistance on Sulawesi are snuffed out at Kendari. The entire island is now in Japanese hands.


    Back on Borneo, South African troops land on the island in an attempt to form a new bridgehead for a new Coalition offensive there. The South African's are far out of their league however, and are torn to pieces by Japanese firepower.


    The offensive into Indonesia now expands, as Japanese marines hit the beaches of the major Indonesian resort island of Bali. The Indonesian army fights hard to hold the island, but Japanese forces are able to overpower them.


    In the Philippines meanwhile, Japanese paratroopers are ordered to destroy the pocket of Mexican troops that had taken control of Mindoro earlier in the Indonesian offensive. Japanese commanders expect a relatively easy campaign against demoralized and isolated Mexican soldiers. Instead, the Mexican army proves itself to be a highly capable opponent. Mexican troops are instead found to be well supplied (perhaps thanks to support from local sources, like Filipino resistance cells), and more than able to fight back. Japanese paratroopers are cut down by heavy Mexican army firepower, forcing them to flee from the island to Palawan further south. The airborne attack on Mindoro turns into a complete debacle, while the Mexican army has proved that it is not a foe to be underestimated. This is something that does not bode very well for when the time comes to expand the war into North America itself, forcing Japanese commanders to designate the Mexicans a higher threat factor while planning continues for the attack on North America in the future.


    Finally, Japanese marines that had landed in Bali march along the Lesser Sunda islands, hopping from island to island on their way to the island of Timor. After stopping for a short rest, the inevitable then happens: Japan declares war on East Timor and invades the small country. Japanese marines begin to march over the border en route to Dili and other major Timorese communities, experiencing very determined resistance from East Timor's small defense forces.
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    Mexico should be convinced to switch sides in a diplomatic fashion. Could be a valuable ally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barvinok View Post
    Mexico should be convinced to switch sides in a diplomatic fashion. Could be a valuable ally.
    Offer them control of Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.
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    East Timor's gonna be a Curb-Stomp battle.

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    I also support the idea of buying Mexico into changing sides. Of course, only end of hostilities would be arranged first, not to look suspicious (Mexican president ends participation in war with excuse of public pressure). Then Mexico keeps head down for some time until its action is forgotten...and eventually the time for another Zimmermann Telegram finally comes...But I do not approve using Mexico as a meatshield for distracting Americans. Mexico should join Japanese cause when Japanese will be very close to West Coast or even when Japanese invasion of US mainland begins.
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