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Hello! And welcome to World in Revolution: 1920! The next installment in my ever-popular World in Revolution series! Now, we take a step back from the 19th Century, an Age of Progress, and turn to the 20th Century. Specifically, the events of the world that have taken place directly after the end of the Great War.

The idea of the game is, as ever, simple. You are to take your place as a nation and continue to move it forward through the turbulent times ahead. Because of these turbulent times, players who sign on for a nation shall remain that nation, except in the case of a major regime change, such as a nation turning Communist, or a case in which a completely new leadership would have to be taken into account. This rule can also be extended to Players, who, should they so please, attack a nation with Regime Change in mind, install a friendly regime, one in which would require a new player.

As it stands, this game shall start on January 10th, 1920. This is the date that the Treaty of Versailles officially took effect. While many other treaties happened at this time, it will be assumed that ONLY the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye is set into stone. The treaties regarding Hungary and Turkey, however, are not set, and can be changed, modified, and redone by the players.

As it stands, the time span of this game is sent to end on the year 2000, a total of eighty years from the game start. With the use of skips, it should be able to jump along quickly when it needs to. While this is not the be all end all date, it is at this time that I will take a vote on continuing the game, and if there is enough support, we shall pursue the game until 2015, and proceed from there if people still wish to play this game.

Rules & Procedures

The rules for this game are fairly simple. You send your orders to me, Frymonmon. Orders will be explained below, as there are several different types for several levels. These orders will be written by myself, Frymonmon.

Each turn shall take the span of an entire year. We start off in January of 1920. These turns shall be the bulk of the game, but there will be other, smaller updated, called Mini-Updates. They may be simple, mundane things, or they may be about large, expansive battles. After every 15 Turns, which is 15 in-game years, I will write a single 5-Year update that helps to re-balance, re-freshen, and revitalide the game at that point. Players will be allowed to send a general plan for those five years, and after that, the game shall take a small week break to let people think those five years over.

Now, for this game, there are a few catches. I shall be rolling a dice on your Orders, (explained below) which will determine how well they turn out. Along with this, the country's population, as well as the various legislatures and other politicians in your country, shall be a problem as well. While you are playing as that country, you only play as the Head of State/Head of Government. I, from time to time, will step in to intervene if something, like the United States selling Florida to the United Kingdom, is about to happen. Your population is also a problem, provided you begin to infringe upon their rights and go against what they wish to. You are free to try and oppress them and keep control of your country, but the implications may be dire for you. World in Revolution is built upon many underlying factors, none of which you should be worried about, as it will all be up to the GMs to deal with. You may, however, ask the GMs for a "Mood of your Nation", in which we will give you an idea of how your population is doing and what they are thinking.

Orders

Orders are simple, with a few twists. Orders are determined on relative power of each country. I determine this in the stats themselves, and in doing so, I shall inform the players that they now have a new amount of orders and can use them as such.

When you send your orders to me, you must, at the very least, include the nation name in the subject line when you send me a Private Message here on the forums so I can understand which nation it is coming from.

Cold War Orders: CANNOT be used internally for conventional measures. It must be used only for the procurement of more power and prestige on the international scale. This includes espionage, nuclear programs, rocket programs, and anything (within reason) that could be used to advance the Cold War agenda. This does not mean you can order a naval build up, and army build up, or roads with it. This roll is centred on 7 with a variation of 1.

National Focus Orders: Can be used for anything inside the nation, and only inside the nation. It may not cover military actions, but it could cover military buildup. It is used primary as an order that will not fail, but will not succeed massively either. It's used to ensure that, if you want something done it will get done. It is centred on 7 with a variation of 1.

Normal Orders: Can be used on everything and anything. It is centred on 5 with a variation of 2.5.

War Orders: Can ONLY be used when actively engaged in combat, and can ONLY be used to direct military action against an enemy force, internal or external. Cannot be used secretly or for covert missions. This can only be done through Cold War Orders or Normal Orders.

Orders are always due Friday, 12:00:00 Eastern United States unless otherwise posted.

Nation Tiers

Tier 1: United States, Soviet Union
Tier 2: Italy, France, United Kingdom
Tier 3: West Germany, East Germany, China, Argentina, Japan
Tier 4: Spain, India, Venezuela, Iran, Egypt, Austria, Ethiopia, Turkey, Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, Belgium, Syria, Iraq, Australia, Vietnam, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria

Tier 1: 1 Cold War Order, 4 Normal Orders, 3 War Orders
Tier 2: 4 Normal Orders, 2 War Orders
Tier 3: 3 Normal Orders, 2 War Orders
Tier 4: 2 Normal Orders, 2 War Orders

Game Moderators

Frymonmon: Everything
Mathrim: International Organisations and Honourary GM of Extraneous Multitudes of Applications.

IRC Channel

The IRC Channel is where a lot of discussion takes place, both in character and out of character. It is the true heartbeat of World in Revolution, as everyone gathers to discuss in-game and out of game issues. While it is not mandatory to be on the IRC Channel and to play World in Revolution, it is strongly recommended.

Link: Coldfront
Channel: #WiR_Main
Instructions:
1) Use the link provided above.
2) Choose the Flash app or the Java app.
3) Create a screen name; it’s recommended that you use your forum name, if available.
4) Close the #coldfront channel that opens automatically.
5) In the command box, type “/join #WiR_Main” without the quotation marks.
6) You’re in the chat! Welcome!

Subgame
Join the Strength of Slavia, a subgame in World in Revolution: 1920 of Yugoslavia, where players can take control of their own character, and play out the internal political situation of Yugoslavia!
 
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Updates
1920 (2)
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933-1937 (2)
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945-1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960-1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970

Stats
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934-1937 N/A
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946-1949 N/A
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961-1964 N/A
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971

Mini Updates
A Deadly Miscalculation
The Egyptian Revolution of 1921
The Second British Intervention in Russia
Plebiscites and Peace
Usurpation, Revolution, and Demise
Royalties
Elections, Revolutions, and Upsets
The End of a Restoration
The Fragmented Beast of China
A Nation in its Own Right
The Soviet-Japanese War
The 200 Days War
The Central Plains War
Wall Street Crash of 1929
The Rise of National Socialism
A "Bloodless" Coup
"Some damned silly thing in the Balkans"
The Collapse of the British Government
A Free Asia
The Soviet Invasion of Poland
The German Invasion of Poland
Operation Neptune
European Front: January-June 1940
The President, The Widow, and The Leader
The Fall of Germany
Sing, O daughter of Zion; shout aloud, O Israel!
The Atomic Age
Operation Just Revenge
The Chilean War
The Romanian Revolution of 1950
The Rising Eagle of Freedom
Sputnik
Coming Apart at the Seams
The Man of Steel is No More
Collapse of the Empire of Japan
The People's War
Northern Ireland By-Elections of 1956
Romanian Revolution
19th of August Iraqi Revolution
First Human in Space
Canadian Default
The Man of the Hour
The U-2 Incident
Nationalism and the Americas
Red Moon Rising over Africa
"Houston, we're looking at it now."
The Great Society
Relaxation of Relations
"Houston, Tranquility Base here, the Eagle has landed."
Fighting in the Streets of Montgomery
The Summer Revolutions
BBC Light Programming - April 1966
The Baltic Troubles
Aeroflot Flight 592
The Arab-Israeli War, Week 1
The Arab-Israeli War, Week 2
"A Republican Doesn't Win in this Country"
The Prague Spring

Base Costs

Infantry Division: 221m.
Armoured Division: 629m.
Figher Wing: 323m.
Strat Bomber Wing: 365m.
Tact Bomber Wing: 274m.
Aircraft Carriers: 1,778m.
Battleships: 1,508m.
Battlecruisers: 1,236m.
Cruiser: 576m.
Missile Cruiser: 698m.
Destroyers: 81m.
Submarines: 79m.
Special Division: 360m.
SRBM 29m.
IRBM 73m.
ICBM 73m.
Nuclear Warhead 6m.
SAM Missile 86m.

Credit Ratings
AAA | 1%
AA | 1.6%
A | 2.25%
BBB | 2.95%
BB | 4.55%
B | 6.5%
CCC | 12.5%
CC | 19%
C | 32%

Military Unit Sizes
Infantry Division - 12,000 Men
Armoured Division - 12,000 Men & 300 Tanks
Special Division - 5,000 Men
Fighter Wing - 50 Aircraft
Tactical Bomber Wing - 25 Aircraft
Strategic Bomber Wing - 25 Aircraft
All Ships - 1 Ship
Tactical Missile - 1 Missile
ICBM - 1 ICBM
Nuclear Warhead - 1 Warhead (NOTE: Must have Missile or Bomber to use)

Skips
#1 (1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937)
#2 (1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949)
#3 (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964)
#4 (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979)
#5 (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994)
#6 (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) [Conditional]
 
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Argentina
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 8.861 m.
GDP: $ 30,775 m.
Trade: $ 342 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Average
Modern: (1/5) Poor
Balance: $ 189 m.
Income: $ 3,419 m.
Expenses: $ 3,231 m.
Treasury: $ -23,489 m.
Public Support: 67%
Prestige: 55
Army: (2/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ground Units: 10 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 766,100
Navy: (4/5) Average, 1920 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 2 Battleships, 3 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 9 Cruisers, 4 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Hipólito Yrigoyen
Played by: alexander23

Austria
Government: Republic
Population: 6.455 m.
GDP: $ 15,571 m.
Trade: $ 156 m.
Economy: Industrial, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Good
Modern: (2/5) Average
Balance: $ -60 m.
Income: $ 1,713 m.
Expenses: $ 1,773 m.
Treasury: $ -12,268 m.
Public Support: 38%
Prestige: 38
Army: (2/5) Good, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 0 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 645,500
Navy: (1/5) Poor, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1918 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Karl Seitz
Played by: Noco19

Brazil
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 27.404 m.
GDP: $ 24,024 m.
Trade: $ 317 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Poor
Modern: (2/5) Failing
Balance: $ -96 m.
Income: $ 2,719 m.
Expenses: $ 2,815 m.
Treasury: $ -16,772 m.
Public Support: 72%
Prestige: 48
Army: (3/5) Poor, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 12 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 2,596,400
Navy: (2/5) Average, 1919 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 1 Battleships, 1 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 2 Cruisers, 10 Destroyers, 0 Submarines [+1 Battleship in 1 turn]
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Epitácio Pessoa
Played by: Spectre17

Bulgaria
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 5.072 m.
GDP: $ 4,539 m.
Trade: $ 48 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Poor
Modern: (1/5) Failing
Balance: $ -15 m.
Income: $ 502 m.
Expenses: $ 516 m.
Treasury: $ -2,134 m.
Public Support: 51%
Prestige: 12
Army: (4/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ground Units: 2 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 483,200
Navy: (3/5) Failing, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 1 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1918 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Tsar Boris III
Played by: 99KingHigh

Canada
Government: Parliamentary Democracy
Population: 8.798 m.
GDP: $ 33,973 m.
Trade: $ 340 m.
Economy: Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Average
Modern: (1/5) Average
Balance: $ 446 m.
Income: $ 3,737 m.
Expenses: $ 3,291 m.
Treasury: $ -12,846 m.
Public Support: 82%
Prestige: 110
Army: (3/5) Good, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 3 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 843,800
Navy: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 2 Cruisers, 4 Destroyers, 4 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Prime Minister Robert Borden
Played by: Shynka

Chile
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 3.723 m.
GDP: $ 10,305 m.
Trade: $ 129 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Average
Modern: (1/5) Poor
Balance: $ -180 m.
Income: $ 1,159 m.
Expenses: $ 1,339 m.
Treasury: $ -5,123 m.
Public Support: 73%
Prestige: 45
Army: (2/5) Average, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 5 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 312,300
Navy: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 1 Battleships, 1 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 5 Cruisers, 18 Destroyers, 6 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Juan Luis Sanfuentes
Played by: firelordsky

China - Beiyang
Government: Military
Population: 160.480 m.
GDP: $ 65,977 m.
Trade: $ 825 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Poor
Modern: (1/5) Failing
Balance: $ -221 m.
Income: $ 7,422 m.
Expenses: $ 7,644 m.
Treasury: $ -33,702 m.
Public Support: 26%
Prestige: 67
Army: (1/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ground Units: 64 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 15,280,000
Navy: (2/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 6 Cruisers, 9 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1910 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Zhang Zuolin
Played by: Maxwell500

China - KMT
Government: Military
Population: 60.814 m.
GDP: $ 31,084 m.
Trade: $ 389 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Average
Modern: (3/5) Failing
Balance: $ -64 m.
Income: $ 3,497 m.
Expenses: $ 3,560 m.
Treasury: $ -15,018 m.
Public Support: 49%
Prestige: 47
Army: (2/5) Average, 1914 technology
Ground Units: 38 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 5,625,400
Navy: (4/5) Poor, 1910 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1910 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Sun Yat-sen
Played by: Jeeshadow

Cuba
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 2.987 m.
GDP: $ 4,306 m.
Trade: $ 62 m.
Economy: Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Average
Modern: (1/5) Poor
Balance: $ 14 m.
Income: $ 492 m.
Expenses: $ 478 m.
Treasury: $ -903 m.
Public Support: 67%
Prestige: 12
Army: (2/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ground Units: 1 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 286,700
Navy: (3/5) Poor, 1910 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Mario García Menocal
Played by: Groogy

Czechoslovakia
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Population: 12.979 m.
GDP: $ 25,091 m.
Trade: $ 251 m.
Economy: Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Good
Modern: (1/5) Average
Balance: $ 206 m.
Income: $ 2,760 m.
Expenses: $ 2,554 m.
Treasury: $ -12,337 m.
Public Support: 82%
Prestige: 48
Army: (2/5) Average, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 6 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,225,900
Navy: (1/5) Failing, 1912 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (2/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 1 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Tomáš Masaryk
Played by: XVG

Danzig
Government: Republic
Population: 0.364 m.
GDP: $ 1,017 m.
Trade: $ 14 m.
Economy: Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Good
Modern: (2/5) Good
Balance: $ -20 m.
Income: $ 115 m.
Expenses: $ 136 m.
Treasury: $ 1 m.
Public Support: 67%
Prestige: 5
Army: (4/5) Average, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 0 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 36,400
Navy: (2/5) Poor, 1914 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1914 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Senate President Heinrich Sahm
Played by: Ab Ovo

Finland
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Population: 3.133 m.
GDP: $ 5,782 m.
Trade: $ 58 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Average
Modern: (3/5) Poor
Balance: $ 10 m.
Income: $ 636 m.
Expenses: $ 626 m.
Treasury: $ -2,188 m.
Public Support: 74%
Prestige: 36
Army: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ground Units: 1 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 301,300
Navy: (3/5) Poor, 1915 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1914 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg
Played by: EasternBloc

France
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Population: 39.012 m.
GDP: $ 125,850 m.
Trade: $ 1,258 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Stagnation
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 63.640 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 45,281 m.
French Africa
GDP: $ 22,899 m.
Population: 35.948 m.
French Levant
GDP: $ 3,304 m.
Population: 2.648 m.
French Indochina
GDP: $ 17,895 m.
Population: 23.796 m.
French Caribbean
GDP: $ 1,183 m.
Population: 1.248 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Average
Modern: (3/5) Poor
Balance: $ -3,545 m.
Income: $ 15,202 m.
Expenses: $ 18,747 m.
Treasury: $ -213,946 m.
Public Support: 62%
Prestige: 478
Army: (1/5) Excellent, 1920 technology
Ground Units: 73 Infantry divisions, 1 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,724,800
Navy: (2/5) Good, 1919 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 6 Battleships, 8 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 26 Cruisers, 42 Destroyers, 16 Submarines [+1 Aircraft Carrier in 1 turn]
Air Force: (1/5) Good, 1918 technology
Air Units: 50 Fighter Wings, 1 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Raymond Poincaré
Played by: Mathrim

Germany
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Population: 60.894 m.
GDP: $ 170,235 m.
Trade: $ 1,702 m.
Economy: Industrial, Recession
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Good
Modern: (4/5) Average
Balance: $ -7,541 m.
Income: $ 18,726 m.
Expenses: $ 26,267 m.
Treasury: $ -209,781 m.
Public Support: 26%
Prestige: 212
Army: (4/5) Good, 1918 technology
Ground Units: 29 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 3,711,600
Navy: (4/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 8 Battleships, 9 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 25 Cruisers, 120 Destroyers, 97 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Friedrich Ebert
Played by: stormbringer

Greece
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 5.700 m.
GDP: $ 8,166 m.
Trade: $ 82 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Average
Modern: (4/5) Poor
Balance: $ -413 m.
Income: $ 898 m.
Expenses: $ 1,311 m.
Treasury: $ -5,063 m.
Public Support: 83%
Prestige: 79
Army: (4/5) Good, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 11 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 438,000
Navy: (1/5) Average, 1914 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 2 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 7 Cruisers, 11 Destroyers, 2 Submarines
Air Force: (4/5) Poor, 1913 technology
Air Units: 1 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Constantine I
Played by: ArchadianEmpire

Hungary
Government: Republic
Population: 8.029 m.
GDP: $ 13,585 m.
Trade: $ 136 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Poor
Modern: (2/5) Poor
Balance: $ -15 m.
Income: $ 1,494 m.
Expenses: $ 1,509 m.
Treasury: $ -11,315 m.
Public Support: 34%
Prestige: 8
Army: (3/5) Good, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 2 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 778,900
Navy: (3/5) Failing, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1918 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Károly Huszár
Played by: Thandros

Italy
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 37.691 m.
GDP: $ 96,757 m.
Trade: $ 968 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 1.178 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 1,163 m.
Italian Africa
GDP: $ 1,163 m.
Population: 1.178 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Good
Modern: (2/5) Average
Balance: $ -201 m.
Income: $ 10,667 m.
Expenses: $ 10,868 m.
Treasury: $ -92,379 m.
Public Support: 41%
Prestige: 281
Army: (3/5) Good, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 39 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 2,431,308
Navy: (4/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 8 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 18 Cruisers, 42 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (3/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 2 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Victor Emmanuel III
Played by: jacob-Lundgren

Japan
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 57.209 m.
GDP: $ 94,654 m.
Trade: $ 1,052 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 15.804 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 17,889 m.
Japanese Korea
GDP: $ 17,889 m.
Population: 15.804 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Good
Modern: (1/5) Good
Balance: $ -659 m.
Income: $ 10,875 m.
Expenses: $ 11,534 m.
Treasury: $ -82,513 m.
Public Support: 83%
Prestige: 206
Army: (1/5) Average, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 16 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 5,528,900
Navy: (3/5) Good, 1920 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 8 Battleships, 6 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 4 Battlecruisers, 16 Cruisers, 87 Destroyers, 11 Submarines [+1 Aircraft Carrier in 2 turns. +2 Battleships in 1 turn. +6 Cruisers in 1 turn. +21 Destroyers in 1 turn. +12 Submarines in 2 turns. +12 Submarines in 3 turns. +12 Submarines in 4 turns.]
Air Force: (3/5) Poor, 1915 technology
Air Units: 5 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Emperor Taishō
Played by: MastahCheef117

Lithuania
Government: Republic
Population: 1.982 m.
GDP: $ 1,270 m.
Trade: $ 13 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Poor
Modern: (4/5) Failing
Balance: $ -52 m.
Income: $ 140 m.
Expenses: $ 191 m.
Treasury: $ -29 m.
Public Support: 76%
Prestige: 33
Army: (4/5) Poor, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 1 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 186,200
Navy: (2/5) Failing, 1910 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1914 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Antanas Smetona
Played by: parabranko

Mexico
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 14.900 m.
GDP: $ 27,164 m.
Trade: $ 272 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (2/5) Average
Modern: (3/5) Poor
Balance: $ -10 m.
Income: $ 2,988 m.
Expenses: $ 2,998 m.
Treasury: $ -24,097 m.
Public Support: 34%
Prestige: 31
Army: (3/5) Poor, 1914 technology
Ground Units: 5 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,430,000
Navy: (3/5) Poor, 1912 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 1 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1910 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Venustiano Carranza
Played by: matth34

Netherlands
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 6.848 m.
GDP: $ 28,898 m.
Trade: $ 445 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 53.723 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 50,779 m.
Dutch East Indies
GDP: $ 50,779 m.
Population: 53.723 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Good
Modern: (4/5) Average
Balance: $ 520 m.
Income: $ 4,604 m.
Expenses: $ 4,084 m.
Treasury: $ -25,116 m.
Public Support: 83%
Prestige: 167
Army: (4/5) Average, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 8 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 588,800
Navy: (1/5) Good, 1918 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 1 Cruisers, 3 Destroyers, 0 Submarines [+1 Cruiser in 1 turn.]
Air Force: (4/5) Poor, 1916 technology
Air Units: 2 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Queen Wilhelmina
Played by: awesomesauce47

Persia
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 12.417 m.
GDP: $ 12,541 m.
Trade: $ 114 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Good
Modern: (3/5) Failing
Balance: $ -16 m.
Income: $ 1,368 m.
Expenses: $ 1,384 m.
Treasury: $ -8,505 m.
Public Support: 61%
Prestige: 16
Army: (1/5) Good, 1910 technology
Ground Units: 3 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,205,700
Navy: (1/5) Poor, 1910 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1905 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Shah Ahmad Shah Qajar
Played by: The Fish

Poland
Government: Republic
Population: 23.968 m.
GDP: $ 46,210 m.
Trade: $ 462 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Good
Modern: (3/5) Failing
Balance: $ 74 m.
Income: $ 5,083 m.
Expenses: $ 5,009 m.
Treasury: $ -31,654 m.
Public Support: 83%
Prestige: 108
Army: (1/5) Good, 1920 technology
Ground Units: 42 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,892,800
Navy: (2/5) Average, 1914 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Józef Piłsudski
Played by: KeldoniaSkylar

Romania
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 12.340 m.
GDP: $ 11,451 m.
Trade: $ 115 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Poor
Modern: (3/5) Failing
Balance: $ -41 m.
Income: $ 1,260 m.
Expenses: $ 1,300 m.
Treasury: $ -9,037 m.
Public Support: 61%
Prestige: 68
Army: (4/5) Average, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 11 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,102,000
Navy: (4/5) Average, 1916 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Poor, 1912 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Ferdinand I
Played by: nachopontmercy

Russia
Government: Communist
Population: 154.607 m.
GDP: $ 88,924 m.
Trade: $ 889 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Poor
Modern: (3/5) Poor
Balance: $ -1,810 m.
Income: $ 9,782 m.
Expenses: $ 11,592 m.
Treasury: $ -33,943 m.
Public Support: 74%
Prestige: 167
Army: (3/5) Average, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 264 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 4,562,350
Navy: (4/5) Poor, 1915 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 4 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 3 Cruisers, 25 Destroyers, 14 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 3 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: Chairman Vladimir Lenin
Played by: etranger01

Spain
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 21.232 m.
GDP: $ 46,226 m.
Trade: $ 462 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Average
Modern: (4/5) Poor
Balance: $ 54 m.
Income: $ 5,085 m.
Expenses: $ 5,031 m.
Treasury: $ -31,119 m.
Public Support: 54%
Prestige: 241
Army: (3/5) Average, 1917 technology
Ground Units: 18 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,907,200
Navy: (4/5) Poor, 1916 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 2 Battleships, 1 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 6 Cruisers, 11 Destroyers, 4 Submarines [+1 Battleship in 1 turn. +3 Destroyers in 2 turns.]
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1915 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Alfonso XIII
Played by: Somberg

Sweden
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 5.876 m.
GDP: $ 18,280 m.
Trade: $ 228 m.
Economy: Semi-Industrial, Expansion
Infrastructure
Primary: (3/5) Good
Modern: (4/5) Average
Balance: $ -111 m.
Income: $ 2,056 m.
Expenses: $ 2,167 m.
Treasury: $ -31,119 m.
Public Support: 81%
Prestige: 166
Army: (1/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ground Units: 9 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 479,600
Navy: (3/5) Poor, 1914 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 8 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 10 Cruisers, 10 Destroyers, 11 Submarines [+3 Submarines in 2 turns.]
Air Force: (1/5) Failing, 1915 technology
Air Units: 0 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Gustaf V
Played by: GreatSlayer

United Kingdom
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 46.821 m.
GDP: $ 212,938 m.
Trade: $ 2662 m.
Economy: Industrial, Expansion
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 401.553 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 293,942 m.
British India & Asia
GDP: $ 206,543 m.
Population: 324.244 m.
British Africa
GDP: $ 36,550 m.
Population: 53.048 m.
British Arabia
GDP: $ 8,032 m.
Population: 7.389 m.
British Dominions
GDP: $ 42,817 m.
Population: 16.872 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Excellent
Modern: (4/5) Good
Balance: $ -2,607 m.
Income: $ 32,774 m.
Expenses: $ 35,381 m.
Treasury: $ -267,898 m.
Public Support: 89%
Prestige: 579
Army: (3/5) Good, 1919 technology
Ground Units: 34 Infantry divisions, 2 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 4,274,100
Navy: (1/5) Excellent, 1920 technology
Ships: 1 Aircraft Carriers, 27 Battleships, 15 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 9 Battlecruisers, 67 Cruisers, 320 Destroyers, 188 Submarines [+4 Battlecruisers in 1 turn. +2 Cruisers in 1 turn. +2 Carriers in 2 turns.]
Air Force: (2/5) Good, 1919 technology
Air Units: 36 Fighter Wings, 1 Bomber Wings
Leader: King George V
Played by: Spitfire5783

United States
Government: Presidential Republic
Population: 106.881 m.
GDP: $ 593,438 m.
Trade: $ 9,130 m.
Economy: Industrial, Boom
Colonial Holdings
Colonial Population: 10.725 m.
Colonial GDP: $ 13,826 m.
American Philippines
GDP: $ 13,826 m.
Population: 10.725 m.
Infrastructure
Primary: (1/5) Excellent
Modern: (1/5) Excellent
Balance: $ 4,726 m.
Income: $ 62,885 m.
Expenses: $ 58,158 m.
Treasury: $ -287,399 m.
Public Support: 97%
Prestige: 552
Army: (1/5) Excellent, 1920 technology
Ground Units: 13 Infantry divisions, 1 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 10,532,100
Navy: (2/4) Excellent, 1920 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 18 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 22 Cruisers, 142 Destroyers, 48 Submarines [+2 Battleships in 1 turn. +2 Battleships in 2 turns. +6 Battlecruisers in 4 turns. +10 Cruisers in 3 turns.]
Air Force: (4/5) Good, 1920 technology
Air Units: 43 Fighter Wings, 2 Bomber Wings
Leader: President Woodrow Wilson
Played by: Boris ze Spider

Yugoslavia
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 21.422 m.
GDP: $ 12,810 m.
Trade: $ 128 m.
Economy: Agrarian, Stagnation
Infrastructure
Primary: (4/5) Poor
Modern: (2/5) Poor
Balance: $ -134 m.
Income: $ 1,409 m.
Expenses: $ 1,543 m.
Treasury: $ -7,278 m.
Public Support: 63%
Prestige: 78
Army: (1/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ground Units: 16 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Manpower: 1,236,133
Navy: (1/5) Poor, 1916 technology
Ships: 0 Aircraft Carriers, 0 Battleships, 0 Pre-Dreadnoughts, 0 Battlecruisers, 0 Cruisers, 0 Destroyers, 0 Submarines
Air Force: (1/5) Average, 1918 technology
Air Units: 1 Fighter Wings, 0 Bomber Wings
Leader: King Peter I
Played by: NikoHoI3

Rebel Movements

Armenia
Army: (2/5) Average, 1915 technology
Ground Units: 4 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Leader: Prime Minister Alexander Khatisyan
Player: RedNomNoms

Georgia
Army: (3/5) Average, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 5 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Leader: Chairman Noe Zhordania
Player: tyriet

Hashemite Arabia
Army: (4/5) Poor, 1914 technology
Ground Units: 1 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Leader: Sharif Hussein bin Ali
Player: Deaghaidh

Ireland
Army: (3/5) Average, 1918 technology
Ground Units: 6 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Leader: President Éamon de Valera
Player: Dadarian

Turkey
Army: (1/5) Average, 1916 technology
Ground Units: 5 Infantry divisions, 0 Armoured divisions
Leader: President Mustafa Kemal
Player: Afaslizo
 
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Conseil Supérieur de la Guerre



Regarding the ongoing tensions in Cicilia, and the opposition that our forces face in the region, it has been decided that:

* The troops of the French-Armenian Legion will be divided in two divisions, that will then be regrouped within the 31st Army Corps. They will retain their traditions and insignias and bilingual Armenian-French officers will be named. Every post of command except that of General of Corps and those of General of Division will be held by Armenians. The 31st Army corps will be led by Henri Mordacq.
* The 17th Army Corps under General Frédéric Hellot, 13th Army Corps under General Henri Linder and the 2nd Colonial Infantry Division under General Têtart will be sent to Cilicia to relieve the forces currently occupying the area. This will not apply to the 31st Army Corps.
* The 31st, 17th and 13th Army Corps, and the 2nd Colonial Infantry division will form the 6th Army, under the command of Generalissimo Foch.
* These troops will be accompanied by the battleships Voltaire and Diderot, by the cruisers Jules Michelet and Ernest Renan, by three other light cruisers and 9 destroyers, where they will meet with the battleships Lorraine and Provence and the rest of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron. This squadron will be under the authority of Vice-Amiral Le Bris.


Honneur et Patrie
Philippe Pétain, President of the Superior War Council
 
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Part I

By late 1918 the war was going poorly for Germany. On 29 October, rebellion broke out in Kiel among sailors. There, sailors, soldiers and workers began electing workers' and soldiers' councils modeled after the soviets of the Russian Revolution of 1917. The revolution spread throughout Germany, and participants seized military and civil powers in individual cities. The power takeover was achieved everywhere without loss of life.

At the time, the Socialist movement which represented the working classes was split among two major parties: the Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany (USPD), which called for immediate peace negotiations and favoured a socialist system of industrial control, and the Majority Social Democratic Party of Germany (MSPD) which supported the war effort and favoured a parliamentary system. The rebellion caused great fear in the establishment and in the middle classes because of the Soviet Russia connotation of the councils. For the supporters of a monarchy, the country seemed to be on the verge of a communist revolution.

On 7 November, the revolution had reached Munich, resulting in King Ludwig III of Bavaria fleeing. Two days later the "German Republic" was proclaimed by MSPD member Philipp Scheidemann at the Reichstag building in Berlin, to the fury of Friedrich Ebert, the leader of the MSPD, who thought that the question of monarchy or republic should be answered by a national assembly. Two hours later, a "Free Socialist Republic" was proclaimed at the Berliner Stadtschloss. The proclamation was issued by Karl Liebknecht, co-leader (with Rosa Luxemburg) of the communist Spartakusbund (Spartacist League), a group of a few hundred supporters of the Russian revolution that had allied itself with the USPD in 1917. In a legally questionable act, Reichskanzler Prince Max of Baden transferred his powers to Friedrich Ebert, who, shattered by the monarchy's fall, reluctantly accepted.

In view of the mass support for more radical reforms among the workers' councils, a coalition government called "Council of the People's Deputies" was established, consisting of three MSPD and three USPD members. Led by Ebert for the MSPD and Hugo Haase for the USPD it sought to act as a provisional cabinet of ministers. Although the new government was confirmed by the Berlin worker and soldier council, it was opposed by the Spartacist League.

On 11 November, an armistice was signed at Compiègne by German representatives. It effectively ended military operations between the Allies and Germany. It amounted to German capitulation, without any concessions by the Allies; the naval blockade would continue until complete peace terms were agreed.

Part II

A rift developed between the MSPD and USPD after Ebert called upon the OHL (supreme army command) for troops to put down a mutiny by a leftist military unit on 23/24 December 1918. The ensuing street fighting left several dead and injured on both sides. The USPD leaders were outraged by what they believed was treachery by the MSPD, which, in their view, had joined with the anti-communist military to suppress the revolution. Thus, the USPD left the "Council of the People's Deputies" after only seven weeks. On 30 December, the split deepened when the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) was formed out of a number of radical left-wing groups, including the left wing of the USPD and the "Spartacist League" group.

From November 1918 to January 1919, Germany was governed by the "Council of the People's Deputies", under the leadership of Ebert and Haase. Ebert called for a "National Congress of Councils," which took place from 16 to 20 December 1918, and in which the MSPD had the majority. Thus, Ebert was able to institute elections for a provisional National Assembly that would be given the task of writing a democratic constitution for parliamentary government, marginalizing the movement that called for a socialist republic.

To ensure his fledgling government maintained control over the country, Ebert made an agreement with the OHL, now led by Ludendorff's successor General Wilhelm Groener. The 'Ebert–Groener pact' stipulated that the government would not attempt to reform the army so long as the army swore to protect the state. On the one hand, this agreement symbolised the acceptance of the new government by the military, assuaging concern among the middle classes; on the other hand, it was thought contrary to working-class interests by left wing social democrats and communists, and was also opposed by the far right who believed democracy would make Germany weaker.

In January, the Spartacist League and others in the streets of Berlin made more armed attempts to establish communism, known as the Spartacist uprising. Those attempts were put down by paramilitary Freikorps units consisting of volunteer soldiers. Bloody street fights culminated in the beating and shooting deaths of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht after their arrests on 15 January. With the affirmation of Ebert, those responsible were not tried before a court martial, leading to lenient sentences, which made Ebert unpopular among radical leftists.

The National Assembly elections took place on 19 January 1919. In this time, the radical left-wing parties, including the USPD, were barely able to get themselves organised and the KPD refused to participate in the elections, leading to a solid majority of seats for the MSPD moderate forces. To avoid the ongoing fights in Berlin, the National Assembly convened in the city of Weimar, giving the future Republic its unofficial name. The Weimar Constitution created a republic under a parliamentary republic system with the Reichstag elected by proportional representation.

During the debates in Weimar, fighting continued. A Soviet republic was declared in Munich, but was quickly put down by Freikorps and remnants of the regular army. The fall of the Munich Soviet Republic to these units, many of which were situated on the extreme right, resulted in the growth of far-right movements and organisations in Bavaria, including Organisation Consul, the NSDAP, and societies of exiled Russian Monarchists. Sporadic fighting continued to flare up around the country. In eastern provinces, forces loyal to Germany's fallen Monarchy fought the republic, while militias of Polish nationalists fought for independence: Great Poland Uprising in Provinz Posen and three Silesian Uprisings in Upper Silesia.

Part III

In 1919–1920, Germany's government was formed by the Weimar Coalition consisting of the SPD (social democrats), DDP (left-of-centre liberals) and Zentrum (conservative Catholics). President Friedrich Ebert, Chancellor Gustav Bauer and Defence Minister Gustav Noske were all members of the SPD. According to the constitution, the president was the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, represented in peacetime by the Minister of Defence. The most senior officer of the land forces was called Chef der Heeresleitung, a post held in early 1920 by General Walther Reinhardt.

Gustav Bauer was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, even though he disagreed with it. The treaty had been dictated by the victorious Allies of World War I; it forced Germany to assume sole responsibility for the war, reduced the area of Germany and imposed severe reparation payments and military restrictions on the nation.

In early 1919, the strength of the Reichswehr, the regular German army, was estimated at 350,000. In addition there were more than 250,000 men enlisted in the various Freikorps, volunteer paramilitary units largely consisting of returning soldiers from the war. Under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles which came into effect on 10 January 1920, Germany was required to reduce its land forces to a maximum of 100,000 men. The initial deadline was set for 31 March 1920. Freikorps units were therefore expected to be disbanded.

On 29 February 1920, Defence Minister Noske ordered the disbandment of two of the most powerful Freikorps, the Marinebrigade Loewenfeld and the Marinebrigade Ehrhardt. The latter numbered about 5,000-6,000 men and was stationed at the Truppenübungsplatz Döberitz, near Berlin, since January 1920. A military elite force, it had originally been created from former Imperial Navy officers and NCOs, boosted later by Baltikumer. During the events of 1919, the brigade had seen action in Munich and Berlin. It was extremely opposed to the democratic government of Friedrich Ebert.

Its commander, Korvettenkapitän Hermann Ehrhardt, declared that the unit would refuse its dissolution. On 30 February, it staged a parade without inviting Noske. General Walther von Lüttwitz, in command of all the regular troops in and around Berlin, the highest ranking general in the army at the time and in overall command of many Freikorps, said at the parade that he would "not accept" the loss of such an important unit. Noske then removed the Marinebrigade from Lüttwitz' command and assigned it to the leadership of the Navy, hoping that they would go through with the dissolution. Lüttwitz ignored the order but agreed to a meeting with Chancellor Ebert, suggested by his staff.

In the evening of 10 March, Lüttwitz came with his staff to Ebert's office. Ebert had also asked Noske to attend. Lüttwitz, drawing on demands by the right-wing parties and adding his own, now demanded the immediate dissolution of the National Assembly, new elections for the Reichstag, the appointment of technocrats as Secretaries for Foreign Affairs, Economics and Finance, the dismissal of General Reinhardt, appointment of himself as supreme commander of the regular military and the revocation of the orders of dissolution for the Marinebrigaden. Ebert and Noske rejected these demands. Noske told Lüttwitz that he expected his resignation the next day.

Instead of resigning, Lüttwitz went to Döberitz on 11 March and asked Ehrhardt whether he would be able to occupy Berlin this very evening. Ehrhardt said he needed another day, but in the morning of 13 March he could be in the centre of Berlin with his men. Lüttwitz gave the order and Ehrhardt began with the preparations. It was at this point that Lüttwitz brought the group known as Nationale Vereinigung into the plot. The group included DNVP member Wolfgang Kapp, retired general Erich Ludendorff as well as Waldemar Pabst. Their goal was to establish an authoritarian regime with a return to the federal structure of the Empire. Lüttwitz asked them to be ready to take over the government on 13 March.

On the evening of 12 March Ehrhardt ordered his brigade to march into Berlin, to "ruthlessly break any resistance" and to occupy the centre of the city with the government buildings. The Brigade started off towards Berlin at around 10 pm. An hour later the Gruppenkommando knew about it and informed Noske. Two general officers met Ehrhardt and convinced him to give the government a chance to surrender before being taken into custody, assuming that all of Lüttwitz' demands were accepted by 7 am. This was reported to Noske who met with Ebert. Ebert then called a cabinet meeting for 4 am. At 1 am Noske asked the senior commanders to his office in the Bendlerblock.

Noske asked the commanders to defend the government buildings but was turned down. All but two of the officers (one of them was Reinhardt, Chef der Heeresleitung) refused to follow an order to shoot at the revolting troops. At a confused meeting at the Reichskanzlei, the undefended cabinet took the decision to flee the city. Within ten minutes of their departure, the Marinebrigade reached the Brandenburger Tor, where it was met by Lüttwitz, Ludendorff, Kapp and their followers. Shortly thereafter, Kapp's men moved into the Reichskanzlei. Supported by a battalion of regular Reichswehr they occupied the government quarter. Kapp declared himself Chancellor and formed a provisional government. Lüttwitz served as commander of the armed forces and Minister of Defence.

The putsch was extremely successful. There was no military resistance. The regular troops in Berlin, the Sicherheitspolizei, the navy, the Army Commands of East-Prussia, Pomerania, Brandenburg and Silesia all formally accepted the new minister of defence and Reichskanzler. Admiral Adolf von Trotha, the navy's commander came out in support of the coup as soon as he learned of it. In Bavaria, the Reichswehr toppled the Social Democratic state government and replaced it with the right-wing regime of Gustav Ritter von Kahr. Similarly, the upper echelons of the bureaucracy, still dominated by those who had risen to their positions under the Empire, were mostly sympathetic to the coup, whilst remaining outwardly neutral and biding their time. In the eastern provinces, the bureaucracy fell in line behind Kapp and Lüttwitz.
 

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The war is won, and the German yoke on Europe has ended. The nations of Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes rose up, freed of foreign oppression by the force of French arms. The war is over, and the French people deserves to enjoy this peace. However, while we aren't militaristic people, we will ensure the fallen didn't die in vain. No one will take our victory away from us.
In Turkey, some refuse to see that we have won and attack our forces, while the peace treaty isn't drafted and the armistice terms of Mudros are still to be entirely applied. For this, France will not stand. We will send relief forces in Cilicia, and we offer old equipment, dating from before the demobilization, to our Greek, Yugoslav and Armenian friends. This equipment isn't being used, and could serve our allies.
The Russian civil war is slowly ending too, and France has to face the fact that the Bolsheviks are there to stay. we will take diplomatic steps regarding this situation; but while we might recognize them, we certainly won't let them run wild in Europe and in places where our allies are in power. Likewise, the recent agitation in Germany is frowned upon by our forces, even if we currently wait for the situation to settle down.

Let it be known that France intends to make sure her victory stays hers. To those who do not oppose this fact, we offer friendship and cooperation.

Alexandre Millerand, President of the Council

 

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Before fleeing the capital on 13 March the cabinet issued a proclamation calling on Germany's workers to defeat the putsch by means of a general strike. The strike received massive support among the working class. The unions, sympathetic to the government dominated by social democrats, joined the call for a strike on the same day, as did the USPD and the DDP; the communists of the KPD followed one day later. In Berlin, the strike started on 14 March and by the next day it had spread all over the Reich. It was the most powerful strike ever in Germany, involving 12 million workers. The country ground to a halt. In Berlin the gas, water and power supply all collapsed.

Adolf Hitler, who had been in contact with the members of the Nationale Vereinigung and was eager to help the coup along, attempted to fly into Berlin from Munich. However, due to the strike in Munich he was unable to even reach the airport.

With the country paralysed, Kapp and Lüttwitz were unable to govern. Even within Berlin, communication between military units was by courier only. The rank and file of the bureaucracy were on strike, there were no newspapers. Proclamations asking the workers to return to their jobs, promises of new elections and even the threat of capital punishment for strikers remained without results. The putsch thus collapsed on 17 March, only four days after it had begun.

Kapp had put Vice-Chancellor Schiffer and the members of the Prussian state government into protective custody on 13 March. However, they were released the next day and on 15 March negotiations had started. Representatives of the democratic right, Oskar Hergt and Gustav Stresemann also participated. The four major centre-right parties (DDP, Zentrum, DVP and DNVP) agreed that the main threat was now "bolshevism" and that they had to "win back" the officer corps. It was considered undesirable that Kapp and Lüttwitz should be toppled, they must be seen to resign voluntarily.

The four parties, supported by some Social Democrats who had remained in Berlin, offered fresh elections, a cabinet reshuffle and an amnesty for all participants in the putsch, if Kapp and Lüttwitz were to resign voluntarily. Initially the putschists offered only the resignation of Kapp, Lüttwitz tried to hold on for another day as head of a military dictatorship. But his commanders now deserted him. They suggested to Schiffer, in the absence of Ebert in charge of the government's affairs, that he appoint Seeckt as head of the Reichswehr, which Schiffer did in the name of Ebert. When Lüttwitz offered his resignation on 18 March, Schiffer accepted — again in Ebert's name — while granting him full pension rights.

On 18 March, Seeckt praised the discipline of the Marinebrigade Ehrhardt and the next day provided Ehrhardt with a written promise that he would not be arrested as long as he was in command of the brigade. Only then did the brigade leave Berlin. When they were heckled by an unfriendly crowd of bystanders, they opened fire with machine guns, leaving twelve civilians dead and thirty severely wounded.


EDIT: Changed to remove non-OTL developments.
 
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A Review of the Life and Continued Reign of His Imperial Majesty Yoshihito, Heavenly Sovereign of the Empire of Great Japan

Prince Yoshihito, son of the great Emperor Meiji and Heir to the Imperial Throne, was born 31 August 1879; though the eldest living son of the Emperor, he was not the first. Taisho's then-deceased elder brothers had died in their infancy. Yoshihito himself was a very sickly infant, and it was unsure if he was to see the age of 1.

In his youth - still having frequent fevers and illnesses, and generally retaining the quality of generally poor health - he was tutored by the tutor of his own father in his youth, Prince Nakayama, a close friend of the imperial family. Yoshihito was of relatively average intelligence - with no exceptional performance in academic studies requiring extensive thought, in contrast with his father - although he found himself quite able in the learning of languages, and he soon became fluent in Mandarian Chinese and French.

He assumed the throne of Japan on 30 July 1912 upon the death of his father. The recent appearance of several neurological disorders resulted in his advisers keeping him away from the public eye at all costs. His condition gradually worsened during the 1910s and through the Great War. His inabilities and obvious lack of charisma - again, in contrast to his highly-revered father - and his further increased disinterest with political affairs and the administration of his country kept him all but isolated from public life.

Despite this, the Emperor is loved throughout Japan, and his highly-groomed son and heir, Prince Hirohito, is eager to end the rampant corruption in the upper echelons of the imperial bureaucracy - mostly the Emperor's own close advisers manipulating his decisions - and to further expand Japan's greatness.


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((Aw, the Weimar Republic doesn't even get a chance?))


Standard of the Kingdom of Hejaz and the Great Arab Revolt



Hussein bin Ali, King of Hejaz, Sharif and Emir of Mecca

"In accordance with the various assurances made to myself by our allies and friends in Great Britain and France as to the independence of the Arab people, and in order to prevent further bloodshed and disruption in the new mandates of Transjordan, Palestine, Syria and Iraq, I put forward this plan for the administration of the formerly Ottoman territories.

Syria and Palestine:

((note I am not endorsing the historical arrangement, I am posting this as an aid to understanding the area I'm talking about))

The people of Syria have recently proclaimed their enthusiasm and support for my son Faisal to rule over them as head of an Arab Kingdom based in Damascus. Against Faisal's wishes, certain radical elements have attempted to impose this outcome upon the French by force. Faisal himself is entirely supportive of compromise, recognizing that there are other legitimate interests within the territory of Greater Syria.

It is in this spirit that I put forth, with his blessing, the following proposal. The majority of the Vilayets of Syria, Aleppo, and Dyr-az-Zor, along with the British mandate of Transjordan, shall be recognized as the future Arab Kingdom of Greater Syria under Faisal. Recognizing that at present not all of this territory is ready for independence, the French and British will maintain interim control over their respective mandates until certain milestones are reached, or for a set period of time, whichever comes first. The exact nature of these arrangements shall be subject to future negotiations.

In Palestine, it is my position that the eastern portion of the territory, specifically that of the Jordan River valley, is by geography and culture inextricably tied to Transjordan and thus ought to likewise be incorporated into the Arab Kingdom. In accordance with assurances provided to them by the allies, and in hopes of mutual support and brotherhood, we propose that the western coastal plains be designated as a national home for the Jewish people. Assurances must be made as to respect for the rights of those non-jews who do not choose to sell their lands and relocate. During the peace talks in Paris Prince Faisal had many productive talks with one Mr. Weizman of the World Zionist Organization, where they agreed on a framework for the development of Palestine.

We further propose that portions of Ottoman Syria and Iraq be devoted to the creation of a Kurdish state, and that my son Abdullah be installed as Emir of Baghdad, with a view toward the future independence of Iraq. Also, the Kingdom of Hejaz ought by justice to be recognized as the legitimate ruler of the Arabian peninsula, in light of our long history, descent from the Prophet, and our role as leaders against the Ottoman oppressors."

King Hussein bin Ali of Hejaz

((Yes, I'm asking for a lot, but do you really want the headache of ruling those lands if you can have a cooperative, westward-looking Arab dynasty do it for you?))
 

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Late-stage but pre-finalization line drawing of the Nagato-class

Around the turn of the 20th century Japanese naval planners and high-ranking officers and admirals came about with the Eight-Eight fleet program, in which eight battleships and eight battlecruisers would be commissioned to form a cohesive battle-line of 16 heavy-gunned capital ships to form the core of the Imperial Japanese Navy. These ships were to be relatively young and modern, with high speeds, strong armor, and powerful weapons. Around 1911, the ships involved in the original program were not being completed fast enough; the program was restarted, with the ships to be more modern and powerful super-dreadnoughts, with superfiring turrets to allow for a powerful broadside, while saving on space and increasing the speed of these ships.

In 1916 a bill was proposed to the Japanese Diet (Parliament) asking for the appropriate funds to construct a further four battleships and four battlecruisers, after the previous Fuso and Ise class battleships were commissioned alongside the 4-ship Kongo-class battlecruisers. However, the Diet refused to requisite these funds, instead authorizing funding for the construction of a single dreadnought and two more battlecruisers. This dreadnought came to be known as the Nagato. Later that year, American President Woodrow Wilson announced the expansion of the United States Navy, planning on construction ten additional battleships and six brand-new battlecruisers. In response, the Diet authorized the construction of another battleship, the sister of Nagato, along with two more battlecruisers (whose four hulks were later all known as the Amagi-class).

The Nagato-class battleships will, by the end of 1920, be the latest addition of capital ships to the Imperial Navy. Armed with eight 16-inch guns in four turret mounts (two fore, two aft), Nagato was the most heavily-armed warship afloat (in regards to the caliber of the main guns) when she was launched in November of 1919. Nagato's 21 water steam boilers and 4 geared steam turbines allow for a maximum speed of 26 knots (as opposed to the American Tennessee-class battleships, set to be commissioned in June of 1920, whose max speed is just 21 knots). The ship's secondary armament is composed of twenty 5.5-inch single-barrel light guns, set in casemates along the side of the hull and within the superstructure. Anti-aircraft batteries are composed of four 3-inch guns in single mounts within the superstructure.

Upon her commissioning into service, Nagato will likely be named flagship of the Imperial Navy, and her sister ship Mutsu will serve close behind her in the firing line. These two ships, along with other dreadnoughts in service in defense of the Empire, will combat at long range enemy surface vessels, and shall also conduct shore bombardment operations en-masse with other capital ships of the Fleet. The ships are meant to operate as fast battleships, and will therefore be able to intercept and give chase to somewhat older battlecruisers.
 

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Women of France!

The motherland has fought a long and harduous war, to protect what we stand for: Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood. Millions of brave Frenchmen have died in the trenches, using their very own bodies to protect you from the forces that had reduced Belgium to ashes. Countless young men are gone, flowers have blossomed on their chests to quote the poet. However, for every fallen man, there is a widow, or potential widows, young maids who will never marry.

The basis of family is the couple of a man and a woman, who usually have a few children. But can this change? What can we do with these lost generations, for these millions of future couples that cannot come to life, killed by the Prussian onslaught? Polygamy isn't a solution, and will never be as France is the land where honour and civilization were born. Marriage will remain the norm we must pursue. The surviving couples will have to take the burden of their non-existing friends. Every Frech woman must understand that she needs to have large families of 5 or 6 families at least? Infertlity is an issue too, and those who are blessed with the ability of having children shouldn't selflessly let down the Nation.

Women, the next war will be fought in your bedchambers!

Jacques Bertillon, President of the national Alliance for the growth of French population.





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Do not expose yourselves to contagion.

If you are infected, and so as not to infect your close ones, so as not to have degenerated babies, so as not to become, sooner or later, blind, paralytic ataxic or insane, get yourself cured right away by your doctor or at the anti-venereal dispensaries;
ask for the list of anti-venereal dispensaries at the Hygiene Ministry,

26 bd de Vaugirard - Paris (XVth) ;

edited by the General Propaganda Commission of the National Office of Social Hygiene.
 

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TREATY OF TRIANON


THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THE BRITISH EMPIRE, FRANCE, ITALY and JAPAN,

These Powers being described in the present Treaty as the Principal Allied and Associated Powers,

ROUMANIA, THE SERB-CROAT-SLOVENE STATE, and CZECHO-SLOVAKIA,

These Powers constituting with the Principal Powers mentioned above the Allied and Associated Powers,

of the one part;

And HUNGARY,

of the other part;

Whereas on the request of the former Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Government an Armistice was granted to Austria-Hungary on November 3, I918, by the Principal Allied and Associated Powers, and completed as regards Hungary by the Military Convention of November 13, 1918, in order that a Treaty of Peace might be concluded, and

Whereas the Allied and Associated Powers are equally desirous that the war in which certain among them were successively involved, directly or indirectly, against Austria-Hungary, and which originated in the declaration of war by the former Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Government on July 28, I914, against Serbia, and in the hostilities conducted by Germany in alliance with Austria-Hungary, should be replaced by a firm, just, and durable Peace, and
Whereas the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy has now ceased to exist, and has been replaced in Hungary by a national Hungarian Government
WHO, having communicated their full powers found in good and due form, HAVE AGREED AS FOLLOWS:

PART I STATE OF WAR

From the coming into force of the present Treaty the state of war will terminate.

From that moment and subject to the provisions of the present Treaty official relations will exist between the Allied and Associated Powers and Hungary.

PART II FRONTIERS OF HUNGARY

ARTICLE 1

The frontiers of Hungary with Austria, the Serb-Croat-Slovene State, Roumania, Czecho-Slovakia and Italy shall be fixed as reflected on the map attached to the Treaty in Annex I.

PART III POLITICAL CLAUSES FOR EUROPE

SECTION I. ITALY.

ARTICLE 2

Hungary renounces so far as she is concerned in favour of Italy all rights and title which she could claim over the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy recognized as forming part of Italy in accordance with the first paragraph of Article 36 of the Treaty of Peace concluded on September l0, 1919, between the Allied and Associated Powers and Austria.

ARTICLE 3

No sum shall be due by Italy on the ground of her entry into possession of the Palazzo Venezia at Rome.

ARTICLE 4

Hungary shall restore to Italy within a period of three months all the wagons belonging to the Italian railways which before the outbreak of war had passed into Austria and are now in Hungary.

ARTICLE 5

Judgments rendered since August 4, 1914, by the courts in the territory transferred to Italy in accordance with the first paragraph of Article 36 of the Treaty of Peace with Austria, in civil and commercial cases between the inhabitants of such territory and other nationals of the former Kingdom of Hungary, shall not be carried into effect until after endorsement by the corresponding new court in such territory.

All decisions rendered for political crimes or offences since August 4, 1914, by the judicial authorities of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy against Italian nationals, or against persons who acquire Italian nationality in accordance with the Treaty of Peace with Austria, shall be annulled.
SECTION II. SERB-CROAT-SLOVENE STATE.

ARTICLE 6

Hungary, in conformity with the action already taken by the Allied and Associated Powers, recognises the complete independence of the Serb-Croat-Slovene State.

ARTICLE 7

Hungary renounces so far as she is concerned in favour of the Serb-Croat-Slovene State all rights and title over the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy situated outside the frontiers of Hungary as laid down in Article 1.

ARTICLE 8

The Serb-Croat Slovene State recognises and confirms in relation to Hungary its obligation to accept the embodiment in a Treaty with the Principal Allied and Associated Powers such provisions as may be deemed necessary by these Powers to protect the interests of inhabitants of that State who differ from the majority of the population in race, language or religion, as well as to protect freedorn of transit and equitable treatment of the commerce of other nations.
The proportion and nature of the financial obligations of Hungary which the Serb-Croat-Slovene State will have to assume on account of the territory placed under its sovereignty will be determined in accordance with Artide 186, Part IX (Financial Clauses) of the present Treaty.

Subsequent agreements will decide all questions which are not decided by the present Treaty and which may arise in consequence of the cession of the said territory.

SECTION III . ROUMANIA.

ARTICLE 9

Hungary renounces, so far as she is concerned, in favour of Roumania all rights and title over the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy situated outside the frontiers of Hungary as laid down in Article 1.

ARTICLE 10

Roumania recognises and confirms in relation to Hungary her obligation to accept the embodiment in a Treaty with the Principal Allied and Associated Powers such provisions as may be deemed necessary by these Powers to protect the interests of inhabitants of that State who differ from the majority of the population in race, language or religion, as well as to protect freedom of transit and equitable treatment for the commerce of other nations.

The proportion and nature of the financial obligations of Hungary which Roumania will have to assume on account of the territory placed under her sovereignty will be determined in accordance with Article 186, Part IX (Financial Clauses) of the present Treaty.

Subsequent agreements will decide all questions which are not decided by the present Treaty and which may arise in consequence of the cession of the said territory.

SECTION IV. CZECHO-SLOVAK STATE.

ARTICLE 11

Hungary, in conformity with the action already taken by the Allied and Associated Powers, recognises the complete independence of the Czecho-Slovak State, which will include the autonomous territory of the Ruthenians to the south of the Carpathians.

ARTICLE 12

Hungary renounces, so far as she is concerned, in favour of the Czecho-Slovak State all rights and title over the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy situated outside the frontiers of Hungary as laid down in Article 1.

ARTICLE 13

The Czecho-Slovak State undertakes not to erect any military works in that portion of its territory which lies on the right bank of the Danube to the south of Bratislava (Pressburg).

ARTICLE 14

The proportion and nature of the financial obligations of Hungary which the Czecho-Slovak State will have to assume on account of the territory placed under its sovereignty will be determined in accordance with Article 186, Part IX (Financial Clauses) of the present Treaty.

Subsequent agreements will decide all questions w-hich are not decided by the present Treaty and which may arise in consequence of the cession of the said territory.

SECTION V. FIUME.

ARTICLE 15

Hungary renounces all rights and title over Fiume and the adjoining territories which belonged to the former Kingdom of Hungary and which lie within the boundaries which may subsequently be fixed.

Hungary undertakes to accept the dispositions made in regard to these territories, particularly in so far as concerns the nationality of the inhabitants, in the treaties concluded for the purpose of completing the present settlement.

PART IV GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE 16

The independence of Hungary is inalienable otherwise than with the consent of the Council of the League of Nations. Consequently, Hungary undertakes in the absence of the consent of the said Council to abstain from any act which might directly or indirectly or by any means whatever compromise her independence, particularly, and until her admission to membership of the League of Nations, by participation in the affairs of another Power.

ARTICLE 17

Hungary hereby recognises and accepts the frontiers of Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Roumania, the Serb-Croat-Slovene State and the Czecho-Slovak State as these frontiers may be determined by the Principal Allied and Associated Powers.

Hungary undertakes to recognise the full force of the Treaties of Peace and additional conventions which have been or may be concluded by the Allied and Associated Powers with the Powers who fought on the side of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, and to recognise whatever dispositions have been or may be made concerning the territories of the former German Empire, of Austria, of the Kingdom of Bulgaria and of the Ottoman Empire, and to recognise the new States within their frontiers as there laid down.

ARTICLE 18

Hungary renounces, so far as she is concerned, in favour of the Principal Allied and Associated Powers all rights and title over the territories which previously belonged to the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and which, being situated outside the new frontiers of Hungary as described in Article 1.

Hungary undertakes to accept the settlement made by the Principal Allied and Associated Powers in regard to these territories, particularly in so far as concerns the nationality of the inhabitants.

ARTICLE 19

No inhabitant of the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy shall be disturbed or molested on account either of his political attitude between July 28, 1914, and the definitive settlement of the sovereignty over these territories, or of the determination of his nationality effected by the present Treaty.

PART V MILITARY CLAUSES

ARTICLE 20

Within three months of the coming into force of the present Treaty, the military forces of Hungary shall be demobilised to the extent prescribed hereinafter.

ARTICLE 21

Universal compulsory military service shall be abolished in Hungary. The Hungarian Army shall in future only be constituted and recruited by means of voluntary enlistment

ARTICLE 22

The total number of military forces in the Hungarian Army shall not exceed 35,000 men, including officers and depot troops. Subject to the following limitations, the formations composing the Hungarian Army shall be fixed in accordance with the wishes of Hungary:
(1) The effectives of units must be fixed between the maximum and minimum figures shown in Table No. IV annexed to this Section.
(2) The proportion of officers, including the personnel of staffs and special services, shall not exceed one-twentieth of the total effectives with the colours, and that of non-commissioned officers shall not exceed one-fifteenth of the total effectives with the colours.
(3) The number of machine guns, guns and howitzers shall not exceed per thousand men of the total effectives with the colours those fixed in Table V annexed to this Section.
(4) The Hungarian Army shall be devoted exclusively to the maintenance of order within the territory of Hungary, and to the control of her frontiers

ARTICLE 23

The importation into Hungary of arms, munitions and war material of all kinds is strictly forbidden. The manufacture for foreign countries and the exportation of arms, munitions and war material shall also be forbidden.

ARTICLE 24

The armed forces of Hungary must not include any military or naval air forces. No dirigible shall be kept.

ARTICLE 25

The provisions contemplated in articles 20-24 will last until 1930. If the countries regarded as Principal Powers agree due to Hungarian lack of respect to the provisions of this Treaty, the limitations will be renewed.

PART VI REPARATION

ARTICLE 26

The Allied and Associated Governments affirm and Hungary accepts the responsibility of Hungary and her allies for causing the loss and damage to which the Allied and Associated Governments and their nationals have been subjected as a consequence of the war imposed upon them by the aggression of Austria-Hungary and her allies.

The amount of such damage for which compensation is to be made by Hungary shall be determined by an Inter-Allied Commission to be called the Reparation Commission and constituted in the form and with the powers set forth in the present Treaty.

ANNEX I





THE PRESENT TREATY, in French, in English, and in Italian, shall be ratified. In case of divergence, the French text shall prevail, except in Parts I (Covenant of the League of Nations) and XIII (Labour), where the French and English texts shall be of equal force.

IN FAITH WHEREOF the above-named Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Treaty. Done at Trianon, the fourth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty, in a single copy which will remain deposited in the archives of the French Republic, and of which authenticated copies will be transmitted to each of the Signatory Powers.

[X] KINGDOM OF ROMANIA
[] FRENCH REPUBLIC
[] BRITISH EMPIRE
[] UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
[] JAPAN
[] ITALY
[] YUGOSLAVIA
[] CZECHOSLOVAKIA
[] HUNGARY


OOC: For those who don´t want to read the full text, it is the OTL Treaty of Trianon except for article 25.


 
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Crisis of the Finns:


Finnish Declaration of Independence, the first glorious step of Post-WW1 Finland.

After the end of WW1, Finnish nationalism triumphed over Russian imperialism. The Finnish nation declared independence from the Russian Empire on December 6, 1917 and became a sovereign nation. When WW1 finally ended, German hegemony over Finland had ended and the Kingdom of Finland become the Republic of Finland.

Not long after, a civil war erupted between the White Guards and the Red Guards with the White Finnish Guards defeating the communists, showing that order can and will trump revolution in Finland.

A photo taken of White Guards in Finland.

But now, a new conflict has risen to Finland.

Due to the ongoing war in Poland, the Finnish government is now seeing questionable threats of Soviet expansionism in former Imperial Russian territories.
However, the Finnish government proposes a treaty to define the borders between Finland and Russia to calm tensions.



SOVIET-FINNISH TREATY of 1920

Article 1. Petsamo (red) will become Finnish territory.

Article 2. Repola and Porajärvi (green) which were gained from Finnish volunteer expeditions will be handed back to Soviet Russia.

Article 3. Soviet guarantee of free navigation of Finnish merchant ships from Lake Ladoga to the Gulf of Finland via the River Neva, in exchange for Finnish guarantee land transit from Soviet Union to Norway via the Petsamo area.

Article 4. All long as the treaty is valid, Finland will no longer support Finnish volunteer expeditions in Soviet territory.

[x] Juho Vennola, Finnish Prime Minister
[X] Leon Trotsky, Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the RSFSR


Map of what the new proposed borders will look like.


Also Finland is now reaching out to other European and Western nations for new agreements to help improve the Finnish economy and military as a primary step to help Finland prosper.
 
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TREATY OF TRIANON
[X] His Imperial Highness Hirohito, the Crown Prince of the Empire of Great Japan 皇太子裕仁,
Representative for His Imperial Majesty, the Heavenly Sovereign of the Empire of Great Japan 天皇


 

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The Hungarian Government finds the current treaty highly distressing and cannot agree to it given the flawed nature on it. Firstly many points refer to Italy as even the Old Kingdom of Hungary held no territories controlled by Italy and as such telling us to remove claims on Italian lands is impossible since they don't exist in the first place. Another problem is the referring to of the same states under multiple names which could cause all kinds of problems interpreting this treaty and so we request that a degree of consistency concerning naming. Also we demand a better and more accurate map. The current map looks like it was drawn by a child and it features numberless inaccuracies including placing Carparthia Ruthenia within Poland when it shouldn't be and borders so thick and poorly drawn that there is vast room for interpretation as to where the border lies. Also the Borders that are set up defy the principles of Self- Determination as they force numerous areas with Hungarian majorities into other nations where they will despite assurances be subjected to horrible punishment by there new rulers. This entire treaty seems to be amateurish at best and we demand as a sovereign nation a decently done treaty.
 

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Signed President Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States.

With the signing of this treaty, we are one step closer to returning the world to normalcy, putting the horrors of the past years behind us
 

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The Hungarian Government finds the current treaty highly distressing and cannot agree to it given the flawed nature on it. Firstly many points refer to Italy as even the Old Kingdom of Hungary held no territories controlled by Italy and as such telling us to remove claims on Italian lands is impossible since they don't exist in the first place. Another problem is the referring to of the same states under multiple names which could cause all kinds of problems interpreting this treaty and so we request that a degree of consistency concerning naming. Also we demand a better and more accurate map. The current map looks like it was drawn by a child and it features numberless inaccuracies including placing Carparthia Ruthenia within Poland when it shouldn't be and borders so thick and poorly drawn that there is vast room for interpretation as to where the border lies. Also the Borders that are set up defy the principles of Self- Determination as they force numerous areas with Hungarian majorities into other nations where they will despite assurances be subjected to horrible punishment by there new rulers. This entire treaty seems to be amateurish at best and we demand as a sovereign nation a decently done treaty.
For any doubts, just check the OTL treaty. I thought you would understand that.
 

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Treaty of Trianon

[X] Kingdom of Italy
 

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Today, South Slavs officially become free. All South Slavs have dreamed of this day, a day where we defeated the imperialistic Empires that oppressed our people's for centuries have crumbled under the weight of their greed, and arrogance. Our people have long been looked down upon, but today, we have risen. Our people have risen to become a country of Slavs, proud of their heritage, culture, and sacrifice to create a Kingdom of South Slavs. Today, we celebrate the end of an era, and the beginning of a united nation!

Jedan narod, jedan kralj, jedna država


Treaty of Trianon
[X] Milenko Vesnić, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, On Behalf of His Majesty Kralj Petar I
 
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