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Hello! Welcome to World in Revolution: 1953! This game is developed by myself, Frymonmon, RedNomNoms, MastahCheef117, and others (thank you all!) on the basis of a number of similar games run by Frymonmon.

Sign up is: Open/CLOSED
25/25 Nations Selected

The idea behind this game is slightly different from the other World in Revolutions. You, as a player, lead the country as a whole, rather than just playing as its government. This means that orders that have to do with actions of private citizens, businesses, etc. are perfectly acceptable. Like the current incarnation of WiR: 1861, this game shall be focused on sticking to realism. Extensive research has been done for stats, as well as knowledge about this time period used, to produce what is an accurate, to the best of my ability, starting point. In order to ensure that things do not get out of hand, I will override orders that I believe to be extremely implausible, and will remove players after three such offenses.

Rules & Procedures

The rules for this game are fairly simple. You send your orders to me, Stormbringer. The orders will be written by myself, RedNomNoms, MastahCheef117, and tyriet.

Each turn shall take the span of an entire year. We start off in December of 1953. These turns shall be the bulk of the game, but there will be other, smaller updates as needed. They may be simple, mundane things, or they may be about large, expansive battles.

Now, what is the purpose of this game? It is to guide your nation through the Cold War Era. This means controlling most of the aspects of your nation, not just its government. There will be times, however, where there will be forces within your nation opposed to your ideas, and then I, or one of the other GMs, will intervene to act as them.

Orders

A Nation shall submit their orders to me via Private Message. In the title of this message it MUST have your countries name and the date, as well as the months this order is for. For example, for the United Kingdom in 1954, it would read "WiR - Untied Kingdom 1954"

Orders are simple and should include 1-2 lines on anything you want done. The United States and the Soviet Union have 3 orders, while everyone else has 2. In addition, every country may send 2 war orders which, given the nature of the time period, may include any covert actions you want to take. These, however, must be directed against another player and may not be used to simply reform your military, for example.

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
IRC: #WiR_Main
Instructions: Here

National Statistics

National Statistics are the main thing that keep World in Revolution moving along. A lot of things are hidden from the players, which is largely intentional. Let us take a look at Brazil to display how they work.

Brazil
Government: Social Conservative (1)
Population: 59,989 thousand
Economy: $110,836 million, market economy, expansion (2)
Economic sectors: 42% services, 28% industry, 30% agriculture and resources (3)
Consumer goods and services: 26% of the economy (4)
Public sector: 31% of the economy (5)
Government spending: 31% of the economy, 0.24% surplus, 0% debt (6)
Technology: 1943 (7)
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.94% of the economy (8)
Education: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.97% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.68% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 14.13% of the economy
Military spending: 1.79% of the economy (9)
Available manpower: 411,532 men (9)
Recruitment method: Draft (9)
Army: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology (10)
Ground units: 8 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1941 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 1 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1937 technology
Capital ships: 2 battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: 2 light cruisers, 3 destroyers
Submarines: 1 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Duke

1. The ideology of your government. It impacts quite a few things in the rest of the stats.
2. The size of your economy in PPP US dollars, as well as whether it is a market oriented economy or not, and whether it is in a recession or not.
3. Rough distribution of output in the economy. You need industry for the military and for infrastructure, services for most other things.
4. Portion of the economy dedicated to consumer goods and services. The higher the number the faster the economy grows (though different countries have different needs).
5. Portion of the economy that is controlled by the government or other public entities. Slows down growth but makes it less volatile.
6. Government spending as a portion of your economy, the surplus or deficit the government is running, and public debt as compared to the economy.
7. General level of technology in the country, increases randomly but more likely with better education and the further behind a country falls.
8. Quality of the administration, whether it is currently being reformed, and the amount of spending on it. Same for education, health and welfare, and infrastructure. Administration makes most things cheaper, education contributes to technological progress, health and welfare contribute to population growth, and infrastructure makes it possible to produce more things given the amount of industry/services you have.
9. Proportion of the economy spent on the military. The amount of men available for military service who are currently not in the military. Whether the military is drafted or a volunteer force.
10. Quality of the army, whether it is currently being reformed, and the technological level of the equipment that is used. Same for the air force and the navy.
 

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Note on stats

I want to give a more detailed explanation of stats for those who want it. Those who do not, move along.

The ideology of your government ranges from very liberal to very authoritarian. The more liberal the ideology the more consumer goods and services your population demands (see below). Also the more likely your economy is to have a larger services sector. And finally due to the entrepreneurial nature of a liberal country everything tends to be cheaper. Authoritarian countries are largely the reverse, except instead of a cost modifier they receive a boost to industrial production.

Whether your economy is market, mixed, or planned represents how much of a role, outside government services, the government plays in the economy. This leads to a larger public sector, which has its own pluses and minuses (see below).

The mobilization represents whether your economy is mobilized for war. It boosts your industrial output, cuts consumer demand, and provides a little additional manpower.

Technology is the overall level of technology in your country. Nobody will fall behind by more than 25 years since the further you are behind the higher the chance that you advance. Better education system also helps you advance. Plus whatever creative things you put in your orders. Note, things get more expensive with technology. Do not find yourself as a poor country with awesome technology, because you won't be able to afford anything.

Education, health and welfare, administration, and infrastructure have fixed costs that scale with size of the country and population. Yes, this means that a large, poor country will not be able to afford good infrastructure. Ever. The percent of GDP spent on each should be a guide to you. In general, it is probably a bad idea to spend more than 10-15% on any one area.

Education increases chance that technology advances. Health and welfare increase population growth. Administration and infrastructure both essentially reduce costs, though in different ways. Administration straight up reduces costs, while infrastructure makes you able to "get more out" of the production that you do have. You increase all four through investments or reforms, which first elevate the cost, and then eventually the quality. If you notice that the cost is getting too high feel free to cancel the reforms.

In terms of economic sectors, services are used for education, administration, health and welfare, and consumer services. Industry is used for infrastructure, the military, and consumer goods. Resources are just sold. Over time service sectors will tend to grow, but having good infrastructure or a large military can keep the industrial sector large. Good education, health and welfare, and administration will tend to make the services sector larger.

Each country has an amount of consumer goods and services that the population demands. The amount they actually get is your goods and services parts of GDP minus government spending on infrastructure, military, administration, education, and health and services. So do not be overzealous in spending a ton on these things. The public sector is government spending plus some portion of the rest of the economy, determined by the kind of economy you run.

Government spending gets only a bit of a role. You see whether you run a surplus or a deficit, and the debt you have. You can adjust taxes, though I will typically treat this as a target for deficit/surplus i.e. "I want to have no deficit" or "I want to have a surplus of about 0.5%", etc.

How fast your economy grows is a combination of things. Having more consumer goods and services than are demanded contributes to growth. Running a budget deficit contributes to growth, but having a large debt will lower growth, so be careful with short- vs. long-term trade offs there. Having a large public sector reduces growth, but it also reduces volatility. Which is important because if you ever hit negative growth you will get stuck in a recession, which continues until you manage to get to positive growth. And finally, just being poor makes growth faster.

Population growth is simpler. Poor countries grow faster, countries with good health and welfare grow faster. That is about it.

Let's talk military, briefly. Military technology represents the equipment that you use. You can upgrade it up to the level of your technology, though you pay for each year that you are out of date. You will never pay more than 33% of what it would cost to rebuild your military entirely though. If you have a friend with higher tech who is willing to give it to you, you can get their tech level. Chances are you will update the military every few years in "jumps."

Quality, in terms of military, is the same as in terms of everything else. Reforms and investment make it better, but both quality and better technology make the military more expensive. Quality especially. So don't overdo it, you do not want to become North Korea. Or maybe you do. What do I know?

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Events of the World: 1953



January 7 – President Harry S. Truman announces the United States has developed a hydrogen bomb.

January 20 – Dwight D. Eisenhower succeeds Harry S. Truman as the 34th President of the United States.

February 28 - James D. Watson and Francis Crick of the University of Cambridge announce their discovery of the structure of the DNA molecule.

March 1 - Joseph Stalin suffers a stroke after an all-night dinner with Soviet Union interior minister Lavrenty Beria and future premiers Georgi Malenkov, Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev. The stroke paralyzes the right side of his body and renders him unconscious until his death on March 5.

March 14 – Nikita Khrushchev is selected First Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party.

March 26 – Jonas Salk announces his polio vaccine.

April 16 - President Eisenhower delivers his "Chance for Peace" speech to the National Association of Newspaper Editors.

April 25 – Francis Crick and James D. Watson publish "Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid", their description of the double helix structure of DNA.

May 9 – France agrees to the provisional independence of Cambodia with King Norodom Sihanouk.

June 2 – Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom at Westminster Abbey.

June 17 – Workers Uprising in East Germany: The Soviet Union orders a division of troops into East Berlin to quell a rebellion.

June 18 – Egypt declares itself a republic.

June 30 - The first Chevrolet Corvette is built at Flint, Michigan.

July 10 – The Soviet official newspaper Pravda announces that Lavrenti Beria has been deposed as head of the NKVD.

July 27 – United Nations Command (Korea) (United States), People's Republic of China, North Korea sign an armistice agreement at Panmunjom and the north remains communist while the south remains capitalist.

August 8 – Soviet prime minister Georgi Malenkov announces that the Soviet Union has a hydrogen bomb.

August 19 – The CIA helps to overthrow the government of Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran, and retain Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on the throne.

August 20 - The French government ousts King Mohammed V of Morocco and exiles him to Corsica.

September 7 – Nikita Khrushchev becomes head of the Soviet Central Committee.

September 26 – Rationing of cane sugar ends in the UK.

October 30 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower formally approves the top secret document of the United States National Security Council NSC 162/2, which states that the United States' arsenal of nuclear weapons must be maintained and expanded to counter the communist threat.

November 9 – The Kingdom of Laos gains its independence from the French Army. The Laotian Civil War begins between the Kingdom of Laos and the Pathet Lao. In Cambodia the Khmer Issarak begins to fight the French Army and the nation joins the First Indochina War but the Kingdom is established.

December 8 – U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower delivers his Atoms for Peace address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.

December 17 – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approves color television (using the NTSC standard).

December 23 – The Soviet Union announces officially that Lavrenti Beria has been executed.

December 30 – The first color television sets go on sale for about $1,175 (American dollars).


In 1953 the world entered the Cold War Era. The World War II leadership, and mentality, were gone, and the world looked towards the future, whether it be filled with terrifying nightmares or with phenomenal scientific progress.



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United Kingdom
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 50,765 thousand
Economy: $386,789 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 55% services, 42% industry, 3% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 53% of the economy
Public sector: 41% of the economy
Government spending: 33% of the economy, 0.12% surplus, 165% debt
Technology: 1950
Administration: Good (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 3.69% of the economy
Education: Average (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.67% of the economy
Health and welfare: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.24% of the economy
Infrastructure: Average (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.46% of the economy
Military spending: 18.4% of the economy
Available manpower: 143,035 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1948 technology
Ground units: 14 infantry divisions, 8 armored divisions, 1 special purpose units
Air force: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1947 technology
Air units: 37 fighter wings, 19 tactical bomber wings, 30 strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 4 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: 1 nuclear weapons
Navy: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1948 technology
Capital ships: 4 battleships, 1 battlecruisers, 5 heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: 6 light aircraft carriers, 4 aircraft carriers
Small ships: 33 light cruisers, 15 destroyers
Submarines: 20 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Watercress

France
Government: Social Liberal
Population: 43,822 thousand
Economy: $259,215 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 57% services, 34% industry, 9% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 49% of the economy
Public sector: 40% of the economy
Government spending: 32% of the economy, -0.6% deficit, 35% debt
Technology: 1949
Administration: Average (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.46% of the economy
Education: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.58% of the economy
Health and welfare: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 15.44% of the economy
Infrastructure: Average (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.63% of the economy
Military spending: 4.12% of the economy
Available manpower: 183,403 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Average (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1949 technology
Ground units: 15 infantry divisions, 14 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Average (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1946 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, 4 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 6 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1946 technology
Capital ships: 2 battleships, no battlecruisers, 3 heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, 1 aircraft carriers
Small ships: 6 light cruisers, 4 destroyers
Submarines: 5 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Mathrim

West Germany
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 51,004 thousand
Economy: $238,280 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 56% services, 33% industry, 11% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 48% of the economy
Public sector: 34% of the economy
Government spending: 27% of the economy, 1.7% surplus, 45% debt
Technology: 1948
Administration: Average (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.22% of the economy
Education: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.57% of the economy
Health and welfare: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 15.82% of the economy
Infrastructure: Good (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 10.11% of the economy
Military spending: 0.15% of the economy
Available manpower: 186,965 men
Recruitment method: Volunteer
Army: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 1948 technology
Ground units: No infantry divisions, 1 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 1946 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 2 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Tapscott

United States
Government: Market Liberal
Population: 163,026 thousand
Economy: $1,688,804 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 45% services, 49% industry, 6% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 58% of the economy
Public sector: 36% of the economy
Government spending: 29% of the economy, -0.45% deficit, 70% debt
Technology: 1952
Administration: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.79% of the economy
Education: Good (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.39% of the economy
Health and welfare: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.77% of the economy
Infrastructure: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.9% of the economy
Military spending: 6.62% of the economy
Available manpower: 593,564 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1951 technology
Ground units: 40 infantry divisions, 20 armored divisions, 12 special purpose units
Air force: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1949 technology
Air units: 39 fighter wings, 20 tactical bomber wings, 31 strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 12 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: 1436 nuclear weapons
Navy: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1951 technology
Capital ships: 23 battleships, 2 battlecruisers, 24 heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: 8 light aircraft carriers, 21 aircraft carriers
Small ships: 48 light cruisers, 69 destroyers
Submarines: 22 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: RedNomNoms

East Germany
Government: Communist
Population: 18,864 thousand
Economy: $128,304 million, planned economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 48% services, 46% industry, 5% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 62% of the economy
Public sector: 97% of the economy
Government spending: 33% of the economy, 0.38% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1947
Administration: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1.66% of the economy
Education: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.88% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 12.65% of the economy
Infrastructure: Good (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.31% of the economy
Military spending: 1.12% of the economy
Available manpower: 101,550 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1947 technology
Ground units: 6 infantry divisions, 3 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 2 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Afaslizo

Poland
Government: Communist
Population: 26,715 thousand
Economy: $72,526 million, planned economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 42% services, 43% industry, 15% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 48% of the economy
Public sector: 99% of the economy
Government spending: 37% of the economy, 0.23% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1945
Administration: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.79% of the economy
Education: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.62% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 10.58% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.59% of the economy
Military spending: 4.19% of the economy
Available manpower: 128,832 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Ground units: 13 infantry divisions, 3 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 4 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, 1 destroyers
Submarines: 1 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Gradiant

Czechoslovakia
Government: Communist
Population: 12,952 thousand
Economy: $47,295 million, planned economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 43% services, 43% industry, 14% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 50% of the economy
Public sector: 98% of the economy
Government spending: 36% of the economy, 0.31% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1947
Administration: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 2.59% of the economy
Education: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.42% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 11.69% of the economy
Infrastructure: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 10.12% of the economy
Military spending: 2.87% of the economy
Available manpower: 52,980 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1946 technology
Ground units: 8 infantry divisions, 2 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Riccardo93

Romania
Government: Communist
Population: 17,040 thousand
Economy: $25,493 million, planned economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 42% services, 42% industry, 15% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 42% of the economy
Public sector: 100% of the economy
Government spending: 42% of the economy, -0.05% deficit, 0% debt
Technology: 1946
Administration: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.23% of the economy
Education: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.23% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.26% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.85% of the economy
Military spending: 8.48% of the economy
Available manpower: 79,335 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Ground units: 10 infantry divisions, 1 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 1 fighter wings, 1 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 1 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, 1 destroyers
Submarines: 1 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: MastahCheef117

Yugoslavia
Government: Left-wing Radical
Population: 17,151 thousand
Economy: $29,362 million, mixed economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 48% services, 38% industry, 14% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 28% of the economy
Public sector: 84% of the economy
Government spending: 52% of the economy, 2.55% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1944
Administration: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.17% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 11.43% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 14.63% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.33% of the economy
Military spending: 14.55% of the economy
Available manpower: 52,423 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1944 technology
Ground units: 14 infantry divisions, 3 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 3 fighter wings, 2 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 3 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: 1 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: NikoHOI3

Soviet Union
Government: Communist
Population: 192,171 thousand
Economy: $596,910 million, planned economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 28% services, 63% industry, 9% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 29% of the economy
Public sector: 100% of the economy
Government spending: 62% of the economy, 0.31% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1947
Administration: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 14.2% of the economy
Education: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.02% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.28% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 17.19% of the economy
Military spending: 17% of the economy
Available manpower: 724,817 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Average (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1947 technology
Ground units: 65 infantry divisions, 64 armored divisions, 10 special purpose units
Air force: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1949 technology
Air units: 39 fighter wings, 49 tactical bomber wings, 14 strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 25 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: 120 nuclear weapons
Navy: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1949 technology
Capital ships: 2 battleships, no battlecruisers, 7 heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: 2 light cruisers, 16 destroyers
Submarines: 54 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Frymonmon

China
Government: Communist
Population: 595,310 thousand
Economy: $331,550 million, mixed economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 22% services, 29% industry, 48% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 14% of the economy
Public sector: 68% of the economy
Government spending: 33% of the economy, 0.03% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1945
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 11.48% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.83% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.2% of the economy
Infrastructure: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 11.62% of the economy
Military spending: 3.4% of the economy
Available manpower: 4,033,215 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1944 technology
Ground units: 86 infantry divisions, 3 armored divisions, 8 special purpose units
Air force: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 1941 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 2 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: etranger01

Japan
Government: Market Liberal
Population: 88,754 thousand
Economy: $229,151 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 63% services, 33% industry, 4% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 61% of the economy
Public sector: 28% of the economy
Government spending: 22% of the economy, -0.32% deficit, 0% debt
Technology: 1945
Administration: Average (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.24% of the economy
Education: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.36% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 15.16% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.66% of the economy
Military spending: 0.17% of the economy
Available manpower: 651,480 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Ground units: 3 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 3 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: KeldoniaSkylar

Pakistan
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 91,965 thousand
Economy: $54,184 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 34% services, 26% industry, 40% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 13% of the economy
Public sector: 41% of the economy
Government spending: 33% of the economy, 0.01% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1945
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.83% of the economy
Education: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.16% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.18% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 12.38% of the economy
Military spending: 6.4% of the economy
Available manpower: 536,658 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Ground units: 32 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, 3 special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Spectre17

India
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 386,000 thousand
Economy: $259,262 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 27% services, 21% industry, 51% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 15% of the economy
Public sector: 28% of the economy
Government spending: 23% of the economy, 0.44% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1945
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.18% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.39% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.9% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.78% of the economy
Military spending: 2.18% of the economy
Available manpower: 2,687,095 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1944 technology
Ground units: 40 infantry divisions, 4 armored divisions, 3 special purpose units
Air force: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, 1 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 1 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, 4 destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Shynka

Indonesia
Government: Left-wing Radical
Population: 87,441 thousand
Economy: $82,034 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 22% services, 18% industry, 59% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 13% of the economy
Public sector: 21% of the economy
Government spending: 16% of the economy, 0.54% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1938
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.04% of the economy
Education: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.02% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.65% of the economy
Infrastructure: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.12% of the economy
Military spending: 1.63% of the economy
Available manpower: 593,488 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1938 technology
Ground units: 14 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, 2 special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: matth34

North Vietnam
Government: Left-wing Radical
Population: 15,210 thousand
Economy: $19,920 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 27% services, 23% industry, 50% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 17% of the economy
Public sector: 31% of the economy
Government spending: 25% of the economy, 1.98% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1943
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 3.84% of the economy
Education: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.5% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.89% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.07% of the economy
Military spending: 9.76% of the economy
Available manpower: 33,715 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 1941 technology
Ground units: 16 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, 3 special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Tyriet

South Vietnam
Government: Paternal Autocrat
Population: 12,000 thousand
Economy: $16,800 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 30% services, 25% industry, 45% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 18% of the economy
Public sector: 35% of the economy
Government spending: 28% of the economy, 0.02% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1941
Administration: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.81% of the economy
Education: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.51% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.89% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.38% of the economy
Military spending: 11.81% of the economy
Available manpower: 9,440 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1938 technology
Ground units: 18 infantry divisions, 1 armored divisions, 2 special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Ranger900 (Ekon)

Taiwan
Government: Paternal Autocrat
Population: 8,635 thousand
Economy: $9,890 million, mixed economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 39% services, 31% industry, 30% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 12% of the economy
Public sector: 75% of the economy
Government spending: 45% of the economy, -8.3% deficit, 0% debt
Technology: 1946
Administration: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.26% of the economy
Education: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.88% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.89% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.17% of the economy
Military spending: 24.74% of the economy
Available manpower: 21,683 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Ground units: 8 infantry divisions, 2 armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, 1 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Ab Ovo

Turkey
Government: Market Liberal
Population: 23,464 thousand
Economy: $46,757 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 46% services, 28% industry, 27% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 41% of the economy
Public sector: 30% of the economy
Government spending: 24% of the economy, 0.04% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1946
Administration: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.09% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.46% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 4.65% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.72% of the economy
Military spending: 6.76% of the economy
Available manpower: 102,525 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Ground units: 11 infantry divisions, 2 armored divisions, 2 special purpose units
Air force: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, 2 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 3 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Capital ships: No battleships, 1 battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: 2 light cruisers, 2 destroyers
Submarines: 2 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Dadarian

Egypt
Government: Left-wing Radical
Population: 23,299 thousand
Economy: $21,215 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 43% services, 34% industry, 22% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 19% of the economy
Public sector: 47% of the economy
Government spending: 38% of the economy, 0.33% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1943
Administration: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.49% of the economy
Education: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 11.83% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 13.31% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 18.5% of the economy
Military spending: 5.4% of the economy
Available manpower: 144,212 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Ground units: 7 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Air units: 1 fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: alexander23

Syria
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 3,842 thousand
Economy: $13,266 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 45% services, 32% industry, 23% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 53% of the economy
Public sector: 16% of the economy
Government spending: 13% of the economy, 0.21% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1938
Administration: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 3.56% of the economy
Education: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.8% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.52% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 3.91% of the economy
Military spending: 2.25% of the economy
Available manpower: 13,615 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1938 technology
Ground units: 4 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: N/A
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: XVG

Israel
Government: Market Liberal
Population: 1,712 thousand
Economy: $5,776 million, market economy, expansion, partial mobilization
Economic sectors: 52% services, 30% industry, 18% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 21% of the economy
Public sector: 57% of the economy
Government spending: 46% of the economy, 0.21% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1946
Administration: Average (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 5.52% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 12.44% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 15.92% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 3.53% of the economy
Military spending: 23.43% of the economy
Available manpower: 0 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Ground units: 7 infantry divisions, 4 armored divisions, 1 special purpose units
Air force: Average (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: No fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 2 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: ArchadianEmpire

Brazil
Government: Social Conservative
Population: 59,989 thousand
Economy: $110,836 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 42% services, 28% industry, 30% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 26% of the economy
Public sector: 38% of the economy
Government spending: 31% of the economy, 0.24% surplus, 0% debt
Technology: 1943
Administration: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 8.94% of the economy
Education: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 6.97% of the economy
Health and welfare: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.68% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 14.13% of the economy
Military spending: 1.79% of the economy
Available manpower: 411,532 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1943 technology
Ground units: 8 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (3/5), no ongoing reforms, 1941 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, no tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, 1 air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: Poor (2/5), no ongoing reforms, 1937 technology
Capital ships: 2 battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: 2 light cruisers, 3 destroyers
Submarines: 1 attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Duke

South Africa
Government: Paternal Autocrat
Population: 15,501 thousand
Economy: $42,595 million, market economy, expansion, no mobilization
Economic sectors: 40% services, 30% industry, 30% agriculture and resources
Consumer goods and services: 20% of the economy
Public sector: 46% of the economy
Government spending: 37% of the economy, -0.02% deficit, 0% debt
Technology: 1946
Administration: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 10.06% of the economy
Education: Poor (0/5), no ongoing reforms, 7.72% of the economy
Health and welfare: Failing (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 9.89% of the economy
Infrastructure: Poor (1/5), no ongoing reforms, 15.91% of the economy
Military spending: 4.17% of the economy
Available manpower: 100,057 men
Recruitment method: Draft
Army: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Ground units: 3 infantry divisions, no armored divisions, no special purpose units
Air force: Poor (4/5), no ongoing reforms, 1945 technology
Air units: 2 fighter wings, 2 tactical bomber wings, no strategic bomber wings
Missile units: No tactical missile units, no ICBM launchers, no air defense units
Nuclear weapons: No nuclear weapons
Navy: N/A
Capital ships: No battleships, no battlecruisers, no heavy cruisers
Aircraft carriers: No light aircraft carriers, no aircraft carriers
Small ships: No light cruisers, no destroyers
Submarines: No attack submarines, no ballistic missile submarines
Player: Maxwell500

26th of July Movement
Player: Nacho
 
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Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik


The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics announces today, that any and all demands made by us against the German Democratic Republic have now been ceased. The Reparations Payments they have given to us have been sufficient enough to mark their involvement in the Great Patriotic War.

With the cancellation of these payments, and in the interest of beginning to help the German Democratic Republic, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics shall begin to work with their government, to help move them forward. This, along with other issues, are things that the Soviet Union wishes to discuss with other Communist Nations worldwide. As such, in the middle of the Year in 1954, the Soviet Union would like to invite all Communist Nations, and all Communist Parties to Moscow, where we shall host the 8th World Congress, which had not met since before the Great Patriotic War. It is our belief that the organization and unity of our parties should be achieved, not a method to control these parties, but a method to use it as a non-binding forum to keep relations between all of us intact.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics awaits any and all communiques from the nations of the World, and Communist Parties that believe in our cause to who shall attend in Moscow.
 

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The Romanian People's Republic
Republica Populară Romînă

Representatives of the Romanian People's Republic shall, without question, make attendance at the 8th World Congress, hosted in Moscow by our brethren in Moscow. We wish to further strengthen our already unbreakable bonds with Moscow, as allies and comrades-in-arms. We shall further the cause of the revolution and we shall see unparalleled prosperity.

Glory to Romania and the people!

~ Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party
 

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Even as the barbaric Communist rebels tyrannise the mainland the Republic of China stands safe and secure. Do not worry, loyal citizens, we shall return and liberate you from their cruel and evil ways. Remain calm, beloved people of China and never allow the spirit of Sun Yat-sen to be extinguished within you!

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It is true we have been defeated; it is true our attack against Batista´s dictatorship did not end the way we were dreaming of; but fear not, our Cuban brothers, as we are not at all the kind of persons the Tyrant´s Government wants to make you believe we are. We are just some freedom fighters, tired of living constantly under the joke of some feudal lords that think that our pretty island is their own field of battle. Aren´t you tired too? Don´t you see that Fulgencio Batista is just another dog of war whose greed and bloodthrirst will drive your sons and daughters into death or poverty?

We, the 26th of July Movement, won´t rest until Batista´s has been expelled from Cuba and a true Democracy exists in our island. We won´t rest until all our imprisoned brothers are freed and recognized as the Cuban heroes they are. We won´t rest until every Cuban household head can work as a free man and earn a just salary that allows every family to feed and educate their children.

We don´t ignore what they will say about us, and all the lies that will be spread about us. But fear not; they may condemn us, but history will absolve us.

¡CUBA PARA LOS CUBANOS! ¡VIVA LA LIBERTAD!
 

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The ČSSR obviously shall join its comrades at the 8th World Congress. As stated by our brother in Romania, our communist bounds can never, and must never, be broken. The Czechoslovakian people, with the support and kinship of our revolutionary brethren across the Globe, shall be a vanguard of the progress and triumph of socialism!

Glory to Czechoslovakia!
((salute))

~ President Antonín Zápotocký




 

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We will naturally attend the 8th World Conference, along with all other nations and people who recognize the plight of the workers.

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Yugoslavs! We have spilt blood on this land on this land for brotherhood and unity of our people. We fought fascism, monarchists and nationalists, we will never left anyone destroy us from within or with out! Together we are strong, apart we are weak!

Josip Broz Tito, Marshal of Yugoslavia
 

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The Communist threat to the Straits has ended, as the Great Dictator is dead. For that I must thank our American, British and French friends in NATO for their support of Turkish sovereignty.

The plan of Turkey is simple. A Turkey for the Turks and solely the Turks! One where a Turk can have an education, walk from Istanbul to Kars without having to leave a road, and one where trust can be emplaced in the government.

You all have elected me three short years ago, and together I shall lead us, all of us, into the future!


Türkiye'ye zafer, Yaşasın Atatürk​

Adnan Menderes, 9th Prime Minister of Turkey
 

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The year brought much turmoil and quite a few surprises to our small country and while the building of communism is an ongoing process even small victories shall be celebrate. This however is no victory at all and it is not small besides. We are deeply and totally humbled by the brotherly gesture of the great accomplished Union of Soviet Republics. We are only able to bow to such generosity and of course announce or participation in the 8th Congress.

Furthermore in the light of this gesture we announce our will to work with our neighbors and brothers to prepare a real and lasting recapitulation of the atrocitities wrought in Germany's name towards the people in the east and to take real responsibility as the successor to these terrible legacy. And even though we are the anathema to the fascist criminals we must not make peace with our past else it is forced to repeat itself. As such we will confront it and we call upon our friends and brothers to help us in this. We have not been good enough with this in the past but we must make an earnest move to achieve lasting peace and that no war may ever start from German soil again.

We may have risen from the ruins but they are a symbol which we will not forget and should not. We must confront the past and not fear it. Furthermore it will show the capitalist west what it will never achieve too. To confront the latent fascism prevalent in their own society. Thus we hold our hands our in earnest to our Polish, Czech and Soviet, to our Romanian and Hungarian brothers and sisters. We should make an end to the shallow masquerade we put on top of our relations.

Let us make a truer, rightful start as friends by confronting the past, not remaining silent on it. We are ready to accept the pain and crimes. Thanks to the great gestures from Moscow, thanks to your support.

Walter Ulbricht
 

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In regards to the economic relationship between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Romanian People's Republic, I respectfully put forward the proposition to the Politburo of the Soviet Union the dismantling of all SovRoms currently operating within the Romanian People's Republic, except for Sovromcuarţ, which shall remain in operation to jointly benefit the people of Romania and the Soviet Union.

It is my fervent hope that our friends and allies in Moscow shall help the people achieve prosperity and to further the ideals of socialism within this great nation.

~ Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party
 

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Indonesians! Now, is the year 1953, it has been 8 years since we proclaimed our independence. These have been 8 years that we can proudly say that we are not simply from Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, or Sulawesi, but we are from Indonesia, and we are Indonesians, however, hard times await us, we have attained independence, attained recognition as a sovereign nation, as a nation of Indonesians, but there is still the future, the many generations coming after us that shall keep this nation together, this nation created by Indonesians, for Indonesians.

We must work for Indonesians, for the future of Indonesia, for an Indonesia where, the ordinary Indonesian can go to school, can have work, can live a good, happy, and worthy life. I, Sukarno proclaimed the independence of this nation 8 years ago, now, I will do anything to keep that independence that we shed blood for, that we hold dear, I in earnest ask all Indonesians to remember our motto, Bhineka Tunggal Ika or Unity in Diversity, we are a diverse nation, a unique nation, a UNITED nation, and through this, we shall keep the independence we hold dear.

This has been I, Sukarno, and I hope that all Indonesians work hard to better the lives of every other Indonesian, to move Indonesia forward, and always, to stand proud as Indonesians
 

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We are pleased by the Soviet Union's renewed commitment to dialogue between the Communist nations and hereby announce our intention to send a delegation to Moscow for the Eighth World Congress. We look forward to a constructive dialogue with our fraternal socialist brethren.
 

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The people of Israel continue to stand strong against those who would see our glorious nation undone. Together we have created a safe haven for all those of Jewish descent that have been unjustly and horrifically oppressed over the course of history. Even now those who surround Israel would see us undone, but we shall continue to stand united against any threat to the land of David. We will face down the Palestinian fedayeen who continue to launch acts of terror on the people of Israel, which not only harm those involved, but Israel as a whole. I call upon all those of Jewish descent to return to the land promise to us to join us in maintaining a safe and secure state for all Jewish people!

We also call upon the governments of Syria, Egypt, and Jordan to keep the fedayeen from launching assaults against Israel from each of their respective countries. Only through cooperation between our respective states can we prevent further loss of life from the horrific actions of the fedayeen.
 

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My fellow Germans, we are a lucky people. You may disagree, and I can understand why, what with the events of years past, but my point stands stronger because of them. We are a lucky people because we have the opportunity to live in a Democracy. Your voice, the voice of the people, truly matters, is truly listened to, and your will is respected. The Federal Republic of Germany may suffer under the horrible memories of the past, but we must look forward, to the future. We are the only legitimate government of the German nation and her people, and we must provide for them. I ask only two things of you, my fellow citizens. Work. Work hard, and enjoy life, for God has given us an opportunity to forge a new path for Germany and her people, and we must seize it!

Let us work together to build a strong and bright future for ourselves, and for our children.

Theodore Heuss


((Also, when are the first lot of orders due?))
 
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The United States wishes to express to its allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization sentiments of pride at the successful containment of communism on the Korean Peninsula. It is not only a success for freedom and democracy, but also the burgeoning alliance, and the United States seeks to improve and strengthen these bonds, so should the need arise, the militaries of the Free World may cooperate and operate seamlessly as one. It is only through the policy of collective security that the Free World can truly be safe, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization provides this security. President Eisenhower has stated, "We shall attain peace through strength, and strength through unity."

President Eisenhower has also announced that the United States Air Force will seek to expand the role of the newly-developed thermonuclear bomb in the United States nuclear arsenal. The powerful edge it provides over all previous weapons ever designed, including the atom bomb, and will make up a powerful new deterrent to prevent any attack on the United States or her allies. Production and deployment is scheduled to begin shortly. The President has made it clear he intends to focus on a strong nuclear deterrent and less on conventional military forces, with consideration of the positions of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretary of Defense.

The President also signaled his intention to improve the security situation of the US Pacific allies, and hopes to host negotiations with several regional allies to create a collective defensive policy to deter any future aggression. This policy will also be expanded to help all of the allies of the United States. The President indicated the main country such help will focus on in the near future would be Brazil, and Secretary Dulles will be seeking to open talks on economic and military cooperation with President Vargas.

~Official Message the United States Department of State
 

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People of Pakistan, it has been 6 years since we become an independent nation yet we are not yet complete, the province of Kashmir remains as a disputed territory with both ourselves, the Republic of India and, in places the Republic of China claiming it. I believe that this problem should be dealt with peacefully, that the people of Kashmir should be able to choose which country they wish to form a part of. I call on the Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru and the United Nations to begin preparing the province for a plebiscite in which the people of Kashmir may decide their own future.

In internal matters I am pleased to announce that in the coming year we will begin a program that will improve education in the country and ensure that our children will have a better life then they could before. I also announce that we will commence the sale of a portion of government assets in the economy amounting to a total of 10% of government assets. Preference will be given to small and medium sized businesses preferably from the local area or another part of Pakistan.

~His Excellency, Muhammad Ali Bogra, Prime Minister of Pakistan