- Jul 18, 2007
Excellent AAR, I'm enjoying it tremendously. Prussia's overseas escapades are particularly fun, although sacrificing 30,000 Prussians over Mexico seems a steep price to pay
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Hopefully this time, things will be different.Selim Yavuz said:Excellent AAR. By far one of the most interesting I've read. The historical and diplomatic analysis is a great idea, and I may use it myself, if you don't object. The only thing is the background for Russia was a little incorrect. While indeed Russian strength turned out to be superficial, Russia had huge prestige and was regarded by everyone as the guarantor of anit-liberal Europe, lurking in the shadows to the east along the confines of Europe ever ready to send it's hordes to stamp out revolution. Indeed Russia crushed the Hungarians and was seen by the Balkan Slavs as their Big Brother who would shield them from the Turks. So Russia was feared by all powers, especially Austria and Prussia, who had no desire to provoke her, in fact, liberal Prussia came crashing down because Nicholas I sent Frederick William a disapproving note.