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Once again, glad to see you posting these, J_Master :)

As usual, a few questions and general musings:
  • Given how our own Cold War went, I imagine that just under the surface of these nice and clean official loyalties, the lesser powers and post-colonial / semi-colonial states are a cauldron of factional strife and simmering unrest, with the superpowers of each bloc at the very least taking an active hand in making sure their rivals aren't too comfortable. What are some of the most notable flashpoints of both past and present?
  • A bit unusual to see most of East Asia united under a single monolithic power rather than, say, separate Soviet, Chinese, Indian, etc. sovereign states. How'd that come about, and what deals and compromises had to be made to bring everyone under the same roof like that?
  • What caused the breakup of Canada, and how did the US get control of the western provinces? Was that a consequence of the War, or a situation that predated it?
  • How'd the Greys manage to get Haiti in their sphere?
  • I noticed Paraguay managed to remain unaligned. What's going on there?
Given how our own Cold War went, I imagine that just under the surface of these nice and clean official loyalties, the lesser powers and post-colonial / semi-colonial states are a cauldron of factional strife and simmering unrest, with the superpowers of each bloc at the very least taking an active hand in making sure their rivals aren't too comfortable. What are some of the most notable flashpoints of both past and present?
Africa would be the greatest hotbed in that regard. Tho a monolithic pan-European entity on map, it deals with many internal revolts. The idea of "Europe" is mostly forged with soldiers having shared tours of duty, be it in the Urals, Northern Ireland, India or most prominently Africa. The American block also deals with this in lesser degree with backing up exile governments still holding sway over post colonial countries causing discontent. They deal with much the same with the "generic strongman dictatorships" in South America, who deal with both pro-German and pro-Soviet dissidents. And more represented by the alignment mapmode, the Middle East is a nice mixup of loyalties.
A bit unusual to see most of East Asia united under a single monolithic power rather than, say, separate Soviet, Chinese, Indian, etc. sovereign states. How'd that come about, and what deals and compromises had to be made to bring everyone under the same roof like that?
The idea of the USSR refocussing on Asia came from that old Endsieg AAR (if you want to read it DM me) and Fatherland which recently gave the USSR the option to integrate basically the whole Asian landmass. As for actual lore, I don't have that much in mind tbh. USSR turning east with Stalin still at the helm, aids the CCP at a large cost, profits off of anti-British and anti-French colonial sentiment and in the wake of Stalin's death it's eventually the Workers Party of Korea coming out on top and Juche is implemented across Asia
What caused the breakup of Canada, and how did the US get control of the western provinces? Was that a consequence of the War, or a situation that predated it?
Britain's post WW2 malaise. Being driven into the sea at Dunkirk, collapsing empire and the fascists gaining power in the end. Canada has dealt with regionalism and separatism in the past, Quebec is the most famous but Saskatchewan (I think) also threatened to separate if Quebec voted for independence. Wanted to separate only those at first, but some Canucks convinced me to turn it up to this. And I wanted the core countries of each ideological block to be rather strong
How'd the Greys manage to get Haiti in their sphere?
I mainly just thought it funny if Haiti, the slave revolt country and such, aligned with Germany
I noticed Paraguay managed to remain unaligned. What's going on there?
I wanted one obscure South American country outside of alignment for the purpose of surviving a potential nuclear exchange mostly intact
Confirmed North American insurgent zones
Confirmed North American insurgent zones

Insurgent area's within the Combined Syndicates of America (CSA), Free Men Republic (FMR) and Quebecois Communard Republic (QCR) as of the 7th of November 1944, confirmed by Kenpeitai intelligence
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Treaties ending World War One
Treaties ending World War One

The World, 1st of January 1924
Treaty of Spa: Belgium and Luxembourg - Central Powers (22.12.1917)
  • Admittance of Luxembourg as a constituent member of the German Empire
  • Administrative division of Belgium between Flanders and Wallonia
  • Demilitarization of the Belgian army by reducing army size to 3 divisions
  • Belgium made economically dependent on Germany
  • Secession of the Belgian Congo to Germany, Force Publique put at the service of Von Lettow-Vorbeck
  • No reparations
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk: Russian Soviet Republic - Central Powers (03.03.1918)
  • Independence of Finland, Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine from Russia (to come under German political and economic domination)
  • Secession of districts taken in 1878 back to the Ottoman Empire
  • Secession of Bessarabia to German-Austrian occupation, future to be determined
  • Creation of and the recognition of the independence of the United Baltic Duchy
  • Occupation of parts of Belarus
  • Later added: (27.08.1918)
    • Reparations for the annulment of bonds and the nationalization performed by the Soviet government, totaling 300 million Rubles,
    • 25% of the produced oil from Baku (made obsolete in 1921)
    • The right for the Central Powers to expel Entente forces from the lands of the former Russian Empire
Finalization of Eastern Europe’s borders in the wake of the Russian Civil War would only happen at the 1921 Treaty of Smolensk involving all previously mentioned parties plus Belarus, Georgia, Azerbaijan, MRotNC, Crimea and representatives of the Kuban Cossack Host.

Treaty of Bucharest: Romania - Central Powers (07.05.1918)
  • Small secession of border regions in the Carpathians to the Habsburg monarchy
  • Bulgarian annexation of the whole of Dobruzha
  • Romanian annexation of non-Ukrainian parts of Bessarabia
  • Creation of the Danube Mouth Commission
  • Demilitarization of the Romanian army by reducing army size to 10 divisions, only 2 remaining on war footing
  • A 90 year long German lease of the Ploesti Oil Fields
  • Reparations totaling 400 million Goldmarks
Treaty of Versailles: France - Central Powers (02.09.1918)
  • Annexation by Germany of several Franco-German border regions in the Moselle, Meurthe, Vosges and Haut-Rhin departments
  • Annexation of the city of Dunkirk into Flanders by Belgium
  • Confirmation of the Belgian annexation by German decree of parts of the Ardennes department in 1915
  • Secession of regions gained from Sardinia-Piedmont to Italy at a to be still decided moment
  • Germany acquires the colonies of Ivory Coast, Dahomey, French Equatorial Africa (the region north of Lake Chad would be seceded to the Senussi later), Madagascar, Indochina, the French concessions in China and the French Pacific Ocean colonies
  • Austria-Hungary acquires the colony of Djibouti
  • French withdrawal from foreign Entente deployments (Italy, Greece, Middle East, Russia)
  • The Central Powers are allowed usage of mainland French territory to clear it of any Entente presence, to attack Italy from her western Alpine frontier and to secure it till peace has been made with the remaining Entente powers
  • Northeast France, measured from the new Belgian and German borders 100 km deep, to remain under German occupation for at minimum 5 years, to be evacuated and demilitarized after 1/3rd of the war indemnities are paid
  • Demilitarization of the French army by reducing army size to 12 divisions
  • 4/5ths of the Marine Nationale is to be handed over to Germany
  • The remaining Marine Nationale is to be interned in French ports under German control until the end of hostilities with the remaining Entente countries
  • War reparations totaling 4,6 billion Francs
Treaty of Pola: Italy - Central Powers (29.10.1918)
  • The Kingdom of Italy is disbanded and replaced by the Italian Confederation
  • The House of Savoy abdicates the Italian and Savoyard thrones
  • The Papacy is handed back the territories taken by Italy during the Risorgimento
  • The State of Venice will be detached from Italy and made a Austro-Hungarian puppet
  • Italy secedes the territories taken in 1912 back to the Ottoman Empire (with Libya organized through the Senussi Order)
  • Italian Eritrea and Somalia are handed over to Ethiopia
  • Demilitarization of the Italian army by reducing army size to 7 divisions
  • Lombardy and a 50 km zone along the Po are to remain demilitarized
  • 1/2 of the Regia Marina is to be handed over to Austria-Hungary
  • 1/3rd of the Regia Marina is to be handed over to Germany
  • The remaining Regia Marina is to be interned in Italian ports under Austro-Hungarian control until the end of hostilities with the remaining Entente countries
  • War reparations totaling 1.1 billion Lira
Armistice at Dieppe: Entente - Central Powers (12:00 12.12.1918)

Representatives of the Central Powers and of the different Entente countries and their expeditionary forces in Europe sign a armistice, with peace negotiations agreed upon in Potsdam to bring a definitive peace treaty.

Treaty of Cecilienhof: Entente - Central Powers (24.06.1919)

Central Powers:
German Empire, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire, Ethiopia, Poland, Lithuania, United Baltic Duchy, Ukraine and Azerbaijan

Entente: United Kingdom, Canada, Newfoundland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Serbia, Montenegro, Portugal, Greece, Republic of China, Japan, Siam, Arab Revolt (Hejaz, Asir, Nejd, Beda) and Iran (though not a part of the Entente)
  • Restoration of the Khedivate of Egypt to the pre-1914 status quo (nominal Ottoman rule and British occupation)
  • British withdrawal from the occupation of Cyprus and the return to Ottoman rule
  • Surrender of the Arab Revolt and a return to nominal Ottoman rule
  • Restoration of Kuwait and Yemen to Ottoman suzerainty
  • Autonomy for Arabistan within Persia
  • Persian Azerbaijan to be seceded to the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
  • Secession of Crete to the Ottoman Empire, including a German naval base at Chania
  • Britain seceded Somaliland to Ethiopia
  • Restoration of the pre-war status quo in Africa between the remaining combatant powers
  • Austro-Hungarian is to gain control over Serbian and Montenegrin policy
  • Annexation of the Montenegrin coastline into Cisleithania
  • Annexation of the Sanjak into the Condominium of Bosnia
  • A new Albanian monarchy headed by Ahmet Izzet Pasha is to be established under Ottoman overlordship, Wilhelm zu Wied renounces his rights to the throne
  • Serbian Macedonia and Eastern Serbia are to be annexed by Bulgaria
  • Serbian and Montenegrin Kosovo is to be annexed by Albania
  • Greek Macedonia including the city of Thessalonica is to be annexed by Bulgaria
  • Greek Epirus is to be annexed by Albania
  • Entente forces are to withdraw from European Russia as defined by the Urals and Ural River
  • The Entente are to recognize the treaties of Spa, Brest-Litovsk, Bucharest, Versailles and Pola
  • The Central Powers are barred from intervening in the ongoing conflict in Ireland and recognize British authority over the whole of the island
  • Confirmation of the Open Door Policy in China by both Entente and Central Powers parties
  • Return of all German Pacific colonies occupied during the course of the war
  • All merchant vessels seized during the war are returned to the original owner
  • Immediate sharing of all information on laid minefields so that actions to clear them can be undertaken
  • Pre-war contracts about naval deliveries to Central Powers are to be completed
  • Czechoslovak Legion is barred from returning to the Habsburg monarchy
  • No reparations
Armistice of Beijing: Russian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic - Russian State and the Great Mongolian State (25.10.1922)

Nominal end to the Russian Civil War, both parties agree to their lines of control. The Russian State headed by Peter Wrangel is internationally generally recognized as the successor of the Russian Empire and maintains the illegitimacy of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and the Treaty of Smolensk. The Czechoslovak Legion as of yet remains in the Far East.
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Third Internationale-Vladivostok Treaty Cold War
Third Internationale-Vladivostok Treaty Cold War


World wide alliances


Europe before the Second Weltkrieg

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German Foreign Office Report
German Foreign Office Report




Whilst the Liberal government in Berlin is looking to make extensive reforms within the Empire itself, it is also in need of a clear direction in the post Second Weltkrieg world. The eery similarities between WKI and WKII has raised the demand that the Chancellery and the Foreign Office do not repeat the mistakes made by the successive Interbellum governments.


Europe is defined by two main focal points, Mitteleuropean reform and interaction with the Entente. In regards to our interactions with the Entente, they have been cold up until now to say the least. Our willingness to deal with the Algiers-Bordeaux government of the “Empire of France” and the Vladivostok-Omsk government of the “Empire of Russia” has been completely rebuked by a unwillingness of these parties to see themselves take their place in a German dominated continent, holding on to territorial claims unchanged of pre-WKI level. Their Ingeavonic partners, the British Empire lead from Ottawa and the exiled pre-revolution government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Batavia have seen a greater willingness to deal with us. There are those within the government that wish to seek to tear the Entente apart by negotiating a return of our occupation zone in England and to end the current regency government in the Netherlands lead by the Heer. This has however received critique and alternative plans have been set up to create a “Kingdom of Wessex” in Southern England. Our course towards France and Russia has been set however, with new states set up in our former occupation zone in France and this process being readily underway in in our occupation zone in the former Russian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic. The greatest issue is however the government in Vienna. Kaiser Karl still doesn’t take kindly to our support for Budapest during the Ausgleich War, but he has been distant for much longer. The federalists that rule now are increasingly close to the Entente, but in reality the state is in terminal decline. The post-1937 reforms have staved off the end for a decade it seems, as economic hardship, nationalist agitation and radical German nationalism continue to rise. As for Mitteleuropa, our stalwart allies are mainly looking for a fairer deal, especially considering what kind of hardships Lithuania, Ukraine, Flanders-Wallonia and Finland have had to endure during WKII but also before. The nationalist leadership of states such as Normandy, Britanny, the Cossacks and future states such as Tartarstan are also happy to fall in line, but it’s our past enemies that seem hardest to placate with mere influence in the Europarat.


Inteligence from Omsk seems to indicate that Kolchak’s government is prepared to move on the “Bukharran Caliphate” much like it did on the “Mongolian Khanate”. A scramble by other powers is bound to follow as our allies, the Japanese backed “Republic of China”, Persia and Dominion of India are bound to move in as well. It’s inevitable that the Entente secures Central Asia from a rogue state, but it may prove a flashpoint for Anglo-Russia tension. As for China, this is a quagmire for anybody involved. The collapse of the Qing government by the Fengtian invasion during its attempts to restore order to the regions controlled by the “Shangqing Tinguao” fanatics has broken up the entire post-Intervention Chinese status quo. Puyi, now ruling from Nanjing, maintains the slightest veneer of legitimacy for what is in effect our military-company lead protectorate over the region. The Kaiserliche Marine remains pessimistic, and has been working out plans for our regular troops to be evacuated to our Southeast Asian holdings, but the AOG’s influence in parliament remains strong and many remain willingly ignorant to the hopeless situation. Involvement in China is also among the reasons why Japan did not make a move on our colonial holdings during the war, and expanding on this line of thought there are those that wish for us to make active support to the fanatics.

The America’s

There are currently two active ongoing civil wars on this dual-continent. The Second American Civil War, nearing a full decade, and the new Brazilian Civil War as the Brazilian Republic was unable to handle the loss to its Platean neighbour. Ottawa’s strategic hold over the continent is strong, but not unchallenged. The PSA is Japan’s strongest commercial and military partner with her own expansionist ambitions as its conflict with Mexico showed. We have no eggs in the American basket, and any power winning there would be a drain on whoever they choose to side with. Our interest is in the rivalry between Buenos Aires and Santiago that is flaring up yet again, as both sides have signed rather big naval contracts with Berlin and Ottawa respectively.


Goering remains a headache to the entire government. His methods are disliked, but considering our attention was elsewhere this mattered little. Now, we may have a problem on our hands. He is still dependent on us and the loyalists in Mittelafrika, he has however develloped his own powerbase independent from us. He has also expertly used the crisis in South Africa to prevent the total triumph of the Entente aligned government, but this may prove to be the downfall of any deal we may seek to make with Albion as Goering may have his own plans. Also a strong supporter of the noble revolt in Ethiopia, it may prove to be his final victory in asserting that him, and the settler population of our amalgamate colony, do not need to depend upon Berlin.

The Near East and Balkans

Bismarck's distrust of the region remains well founded. Whilst Bulgaria was a valuable asset in securing the Ploesti oil early in WKII, it has refused to commit to any Mitteleuropean treaties and seems poised for another war against the Turkish republic. Turkey, whilst its old Ottoman shell may have lost the war against the Arabian Axis, it was able to score a crushing victory over the Kingdom of Greece with its remaining naval assets. It has now set its gaze east. Transcaucasia was able to seize upon the chaos of the Second Russian Civil War and cut us off from the Baku oil supply and devellop autarky. The Hashemites have established relations with the Delhi regime through the still existing British military mission and strengthened them after the Axis treaty has lapsed. Egypt is severely reconsidering its commitment to a Hashemite Levant and eyes the Suez Canal as always. The most friendly yet two faced power remains Persia, who has the most to gain from develloping its partnership with us but at the same time maintains a supply of oil to the Entente.


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Perhaps a fun fact to consider. Both of the above maps draw some inspiration from the current Russo-Ukrainian War. First one drew inspiration at the start of the conflict of some Russian nationalist designs. The second one later in the conflict from the more Fehlinger ex-Russia line of thought. I think some degree of technical improvement is visible on my part. As for the relationship between the two, I'll let George Lucas take the word
The Bonaparte Legacy: British Victory Remake
The Bonaparte Legacy: British Victory Remake

"The empire, long divided, must unite; long united, must divide. Thus it has ever been.
-Luo Guanzhong, Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Germany, over the course of its history has been a place known for its cycle's of unity and disunity. Whilst Prussia would definitively take the mantle of German unity in 1866, the Franco-Austrian rapproachment that followed would see any moves towards complete German unity blocked untill the final phases of World War 1. 1917 would see the South German states rocked by anti-war and pro-German revolution, declaring for Berlin and against her former allies. The armistace signed on the 29th of May of the next year opened up the road for the German Empire to be declared in Berlin on the 29th of July, with Wilhelm III of Prussia becoming Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany. The new German state would find security in the west by annexing Alsace, Luxembourg and Northern Lorraine, whilst inheriting a part of the former French Imperial Navy and a fair piece of her colonial empire. However, the loss of her wartime ally in Russia to a communist revolution and the establishment of a revisionist Polish state on her eastern frontier would not leave this new German state secure.

The new German state did not however much enjoy the fruits of her victory. The cost had been high, especially considering that Germans had been fighting Germans in the lands that now constituted Germany. A shortage of manpower existed, agricultural land had been lost forever and the new Third French Republic liked to find whichever way to avoid paying the reparations inposed upon it by the Treaty of Potsdam. This meant that the Reichsheer had to be deployed to occupy the French DMZ and enforce shipments of iron ore in lieu of payment, a process which only ever cost Germany more than it earned her. The new colonial empire and the required naval buildup also proved to be drain on the coffers. And whilst Germany now was one, internally she was more devided than ever. Left vs right, Catholic vs Protestant, federalist vs unitarist, brawls within the Reichstag were not uncommon. The army remained underfunded, staffed by those who still believed in the way that victory had been achieved in 1918. All the while, the foreign office was trying to ring the alarm as France was rearming, Austrian Nazi's murdered the last chancelor, Italy took over Ethiopia and communist revolution overtook the USA. French demands for the territories Belgium had annexed in 1919 were aquiested to at the Strassburg Conference, but Belgium's territorial integrity was guaranteed. Thus, when French tanks crossed the border on the 1st of September 1939, World War 2 broke out. Hopes for the German army to establish a forward front on the Meuse were dashed, but the Belgian army was successfully extracted to Germany, behind the Siegfried Line. The winter offensive through the Netherlands surprised the whole of the German army leadership however, as they were powerless to stop the French from crossing the Rhine and racing across the North German Plain, towards Bremen and Berlin. With Poland invading at the same time, and a Austro-Italian army at the doorstep of Munich, the government surrendered. In the chaos that followed, airmarshall Von Göring, who was involved in the 1917 revolution, lead a coup to establish a government of national salvation. Leftist elements of the Reichstag would flee to the USSR to establish a government in exile, whilst Wilhelm I would flee to London, together with the forces that had rallied behind the undersecretary of war, Erwin Rommel.

The Free German forces that had rallied behind the Iron Cross, the symbol that Rommel had chosen for its anti-French significance, would prove pivotal in the struggle for Africa. Major-General Gudarian's defection would provide the first boots on the ground in Central Africa and eventually the defeat of the forces loyal to Berlin in Chad. This provided safety for British West Africa and the Free Germans would provide a pivotal role in the capture of Dakar and Tunis. When in the summer of 1941 the Axis launched Operation Charlemagne, Von Göring and his German Wehrstaat happily joined in. From this point on, the Moscow government had a source of manpower available from which they could start building their German Liberation Army, POW's. The Rostov Pocket of late 1942 especially provided them with their first division sized formations to bring into the field. At the same time in London, the government of Wilhelm I met with the small Austrian government in exile that had existed since the Hitlerite coup of 1936. Under the conditions of farreaching federalization of Germany, embraced already by figures such as Konrad Adenauer, would Austria join the German Empire. Seeing as many of these Christlichsoziale figures had helped bring Hitler into a position of power in the first place, this diplomatic Anschluss was loudly rejected by the Moscow government. From late 1942 onwards, the frontlines started to move in on France, and with it the Race for Germany began.

Commonwealth forces would land in Italy late in 1941 as North Africa had been conquered, abandoned by Deloncle who viewed his struggle against the USSR as the real battle that would decide the fate of the war. By early 1942 Rome was in British hands and the Italian king had capitulated, but French reserve divisions would soon be able to set up defensive positions in Tuscany. The short Ottoman threat to the Suez Canal was ended thanks in part to Free German forces. In the spring of 1943, Soviet armies came knocking on Poland's borders, but these were soon joined by the great combined Allied force that landed on the beaches of the Dutch coast on the 5th of May 1943. Commonwealth, Dixie, Czech, Dutch, Belgian and Free German forces would be able to arrest the colabborationist government and secure the crossings over all major Dutch rivers, opening the way into both Belgium and Germany. It would be Gudarian's I. Panzer Division that crossed the border into Germany near Bad Bentheim. Meanwhile, German Liberation Army forces besieged the East Prussian city of Memel. The main price, Berlin, would eventually be conquered by George Patton and his Confederate armour, but the German capital had been secured for the Imperial government in London. Free German forces would link up with Commonwealth forces approaching from the south at Innsbruck, placing Tyrol firmly under Free German controll. And whilst this was not the end of the war, the Fall of Paris and the capitulation by Henry VIII were still 3 months away, it did prove to set the final division between free and Soviet Europe.

As of the 4th of September 1944, negotations in Stettin between the now Berlin and Danzig governments of Germany have fallen through. In Danzig, a new German People's Republic has been declared. Fears in Berlin are that with the absorption of Poland into the Soviet empire as another member republic, Danzig may soon be pressured to part ways with Posen, Upper Silesia and even more. But Rommel's caretaker government doesn't have to worry about that long anymore. New administrative boundaries for the members of the German Empire have been drawn up, the nobility has been compensated and new elections, both national and regional, have been slated in 3 months. The new government will have to deal with a country whoose infrastructure has been bombed to bits to hamper supply to the Eastern Front. A industry plucked bare to fuel France's war economy. Germany's empire has expanded as well through the aquisition of French West Africa and this will require a new influx of resources to propperly set up administration. German troops have also encountered resistance in Vietnam as the KMT forces have been forced out, and controll isn't fully reestablished yet. German troops also remain comitted to the British occupation of the Levant, at least as long untill Wavell recieves orders on the future of the territory, on which a British government comission is currently working. But, with Commonwealth and Confederate attention going back to the matter the USA and the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Missouri, it is Germany that is the European bulwark against communism. And Romania has been begging for aid as the Soviet Union and Hungarian Soviet Republic have started asserting their territorial claims again

Wanted to have a go at this one again, with the many things I've felt like I've been able to improve since I've started making maps included. Worked out quite well IMO. Germany's perspective on this war is also a interesting one
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Bundeskrieg New

The Bundeskrieg (February 28, 1954 - 11 November, 1955 (- 14 January, 1955); also known as the German Federal War) was a civil war in the German Empire between the Imperial government seated in Berlin and the Bundesrat which had taken its seat in Salzburg for the duration of the war. The central cause of the war was chancelor Kurt von Schleicher's attempts at ending Germany's various federal states and centralizing the country. The so called Federal Issue had been present within Germany ever since its unification in 1870, but had become ever greater with the admittance of more member states since its victory in the Weltkrieg. The attempt at Christmas 1953 to abolish the Bundesrat would lead to its revolt along with a series of federal states, Prussian provinces and sections of the Imperial Armed Forced. Following the outbreak of the war between the two German factions, a series of revolts by independist and syndicalists would take place in the pheriphiries of the conflict. Defeats in the field by the Imperial forces would lead to a putsch organized by the minister of economics Carl Friedrich Goerdeler, which would see Von Schleicher killed and Goerdeler negotiate peace in Frankfurt with the Federalist forces. In the wake of the Treaty of Frankfurt, the various revolts on the edges of the empire would put down or would lay down their arms as well.




Germany's absense from the wider world stage had left a opening many foreign powers hoped to exploit. However, in general local German troops maintained cohesion and peace and would work together with local allies to see off foreign threats to Germany's overseas position, whatever the post-war status quo may end up being.



The European Oath Brotherhood as of the 25th of December 2023
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