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Freedom Conquers All!!!


Note: This is just something to keep my busy when I'm tired of editting game files for my real AAR. I'll be playing it fast and loose, with no real narration. It's all about the game this time.

Version: DD1.02/HSR2.08/GIP/CCIP/DAIM (maybe)

Nation: Germany

Ideology: Market Liberal (Democratic, Open Society, Free Market)

Goal: Total liberation of the planet from all governments not totally espousing my ultra-democratic ideals, while doing everything I can to preserve democracy and freedom at home

Game Setup: I will be starting this from a few years in, as I only now thought of making an AAR about it. Yes, it's another sorta-WC Germany game, but this time, I'm not conquering the world - I'm freeing it. Freeing it from evil Fascist dictatorships, cruel Stalinist oppression and well-meaning but inefficient Social Democrats. :)p)

I cheated my way to a Social Conservative government at the start, but I've been playing totally straight since then. I worked my way to being fully Democratic before I started engaging in any wars, so I'm taking 10% dissent hits with every conflict I start. And in HSR, dissent counts double for combat maluses (1 dissent = -2% combat efficiency).

Voice: I am the soul of this world revolution, using Konrad Adenauer, a staunch German Catholic and democrat, as my vessel. Though me, he will attempt to spread peace, tolerance, and full liberty throughout the world, at the barrel of a gun if necessary.

My plan is to liberate all of Europe, the Soviet Union, and the Middle East, and as much of Africa and Asia as possible. North America is already as democratic and open with its society and market as you can get, so even if they stand in my way, I'll try my best not to destroy them. South America will be a real challenge; I don't know if I can get that far, let alone liberate it from its petty dictators and corrupt presidents, but I'll try.

The general theme of this game is to see if I can conquer most of the world as a fully-democratic government, and basically liberate as many nations as I can along the way. My primary targets will be dictatorships - the harsher, the better - but I'm not averse to going after social democracies or "fallen democracies" when I get the chance.

Either way, freedom is coming whether the world wants it or not.

First screenshots and a general recap of the game's first four years coming up in the next post, later tonight.
 
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Sounds like a change of pace from your Russia tale... I'll have to add this to my 'to-read' list.

I'm not at all up to speed on Doomsday, so when are you starting exactly? Did you start in '36 with Herr Adolf and changed things from there, or did the Austrian, vegetarian, dog-loving, non-smoking, 'tache-sporting leader of Germany never make an appearance in this tale?

I guess I could wait for your first post to see if you answer those questions...

Anyway, good luck, I'll try to drop in on this one, it sounds like a fun diversion. :)
 

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Nice, but you clearly did not fit enough 'AAR' into the title. Here, let me help you:

Freedom ConquAARs AARll!!! - A TempAARAARy DivAARsion Gameplay AAR

There we go.
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lol kinda sounds like an ES aar...:p good luck!
 

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Interesting. I'll definitely be following. :)
 

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Don't forget colonial oppression! British democracy looks different from India or Egypt.

Still, the USA should fit your bill-of-health, which will remove one of the great military challenges for the german player.

Will you go for maximum number of countries (Flanders, the Yugo republics, Texas, etc) or keep functional states functioning?
 

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Don't forget colonial oppression! British democracy looks different from India or Egypt.

If the British seek to prevent the liberation of Europe, then their empire, in turn, must fall. I'd prefer it if they'd reach their own accord with their former dominions, but I'm guessing that German intervention may be required at some point. British imperialism has left a stain on the world that may need to be washed away in the tide of German liberty.

Still, the USA should fit your bill-of-health, which will remove one of the great military challenges for the german player.

Yeah...something tells me they won't be so reasonable, given their antics in Latin America, as well as their refusal to push for the liberation of the German populations of Austria and Czechoslovakia. National determination, eh? If they notice the British beginning to topple, they just might seek to involve themselves in the struggle for the preservation of the 19th-century world.

But that's the AI for ya. It doesn't know what I'm really up to. But if FDR and company seek to stand in my way, they'll have their work cut out for them: a Free Market Germany is a dangerous, dangerous thing, even in HSR. :)

Will you go for maximum number of countries (Flanders, the Yugo republics, Texas, etc) or keep functional states functioning?

That'll be entirely up to my discretion; I'm not trying to set any records here (unless nobody has done a fully-democratic WC). The more oppressive states will probably be broken apart, while the simply-misguided populations of any democracies who seek to stand in liberty's path will probably be kept together. As a prediction: West united, East divided.

After all, the Confederacy is hardly a model worth reviving, now is it? Still, if the US makes itself a real pill, enough to make me concerned for the future of the planet, I just might.... :D
 

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Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 at Braunau am Inn, Austria, a small town in Upper Austria, on the border with Germany. He was the third son and the fourth of six children of Alois Hitler (born Schicklgruber) (1837–1903), a minor customs official, and Klara Pölzl (1860–1907), his second cousin, and third wife.*

Because of his father's profession, Hitler's family moved frequently, from Braunau to Passau, Lambach, Leonding, and Linz. As a young child, Hitler was reportedly a good student at the various elementary schools he attended; however, in sixth grade (1900–1), his first year of high school (Realschule) in Linz, he failed completely and had to repeat the grade. His teachers reported that he had "no desire to work."

Hitler later explained this educational slump as a kind of rebellion against his father Alois, who wanted the boy to follow him in a career as a customs official, although Adolf wanted to become a painter. This explanation is further supported by Hitler's later description of himself as a misunderstood artist. However, after Alois died on January 3, 1903, when Adolf was 13, Hitler's schoolwork did not improve. At the age of 16, Hitler left school with no qualifications.

From 1905 onward, Hitler was able to live the life of a Bohemian on a fatherless child's pension and support from his mother. He was rejected twice by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (1907 – 1908) due to "unfitness for painting", and was told his abilities lay rather in the field of architecture. His own memoirs reflect a fascination with the subject.

Hitler saw active service in France and Belgium as a messenger for the regimental headquarters of the 16th Bavarian Reserve Regiment (also called Regiment List after its first commander), which exposed him to enemy fire. Unlike his fellow soldiers, Hitler reportedly never complained about the food or hard conditions, preferring to talk about art or history. He also drew some cartoons and instructional drawings for the army newspaper. His behaviour as a soldier was considered somewhat sloppy, but his regular duties required taking dispatches to and from fighting areas and he was twice decorated for his performance of these duties. He received the Iron Cross, Second Class in December 1914 and the Iron Cross, First Class in August 1918. Hitler was considered a "correct" soldier but was reportedly unpopular with his comrades because of an uncritical attitude toward officers. "Respect the superior, don't contradict anybody, obey blindly," he said, describing his attitude while on trial in 1924.

But none of this matters, because Hitler is dead. He probably died at some point in 1933 or 1934, or maybe earlier. I don't know, and frankly, I don't care. He's dead. And dead people don't rule anything. At least not very easily.

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* - From Wikipedia. I don't care if it's accurate or not!

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Adenauer consolidates the Federal Republic of Germany

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By 1936, Konrad Adenauer, the Grand Old Man of the Centre Party, had risen to the fore of German politics. With Germany mired in a deep depression, and much of Europe succumbing to the power of reactionary dictatorships or wild-eyed socialist demagogues, Adenauer instead argued that if Germany was to recover economically and morally, the best path for it to take would be to limit government interference in the economy, to eschew political radicalism, and to seek a peaceful re-unification with Austria and the other German lands denied to it by the vengeful Treaty of Versailles. He vowed to lead Germany into a brighter future, and in so doing, provide an inspiration for the rest of the planet to follow.

Yes, Germany had been defeated in The Great War, but that defeat came not on the battlefield. It came instead from the heart of the nation and of its people. The nation had been corrupted, seduced, by the madness of war and the demands of a military clique that had seized power, destroyed any fabric of democracy that may have existed in Germany at the time.

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However, he cautioned his supporters not to be willing to drop their guard, for the world was still a very dangerous place, potentially more dangerous than at any previous period in human history. Dictators ruled much of Eastern Europe, whole races were kept in brutal subjugation by the British, French, and other so-called "democracies". And worst of all, a true human nightmare was taking place in the lands former known as Russia. To even speak of the Soviet dystopia would be to make liberty herself weep. The Soviet "experiment" represented the culmination of socialism, and the starkest warning of its ultimate unfeasibility. Germany, he warned, would have to remain vigilant and strong if it was to preserve itself and the well-being of its people from the dangers still lurking in this troubled world.

To that end, Adenauer sought to turn the German nation - the Greater German nation - into a model for all the world's peoples to aspire to. A land where its citizens were free to live, act, communicate, and conduct business however they desired, with no government interfering with their God-given free will. He was aware that if he was ever to unify Germany and safeguard its future, he would need to ensure that any potential threats were eliminated. Preferably peacefully. Though he was not so naive.

Germany would need a military if she was to protect herself and others, and Adenauer himself would have to bear responsibility for seeing to it that Germany's efforts to protect her people would not end up costing it its very soul, as it had done two decade previously, and as it was threatening to do so for most of the nations on Earth.

Adenauer's plans for the future of the German Navy

His first priority was to see to it that Germany's military be kept reasonably efficient. The economy was still struggling, even though it was on the right path, so a small, modern military was best. Mindful of the Kaiser's ludicrously expensive naval arms race, the one that led merely to a single pointless battle and to a fleet of ships surrendered or scuttled once the nation had collapsed, he sought to abandon any pretentions of building a great blue-water surface fleet to rival Britain's.

Adenauer was greatly intrigued at the arguments put forth by a young U-Boot captain, Karl Dönitz, for a large fleet of submarines that could, in times of war, be used to cripple the war efforts of any future enemies without requiring the construction of those ghastly behemoth dreadnoughts. Dönitz' plan relied instead on small, efficient, and, above all, cheap ships. Quickly, Adenauer granted Dönitz his blessing to investigate the future of such technology.

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I was very confused until I looked back and remembered this AAR was supposed to be in HSR!
 

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Adenauer's Domestic Policies

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Adenauer's Foreign Policies

Despite his personal loathing for the heavy-handed government of Kurt Schuschnigg, and despite being fully aware of his complicity in foreign efforts (particularly by the aggressive French and corrupt Italians) to prevent the unification of Germany with Austria, Adenauer was unwilling to resort to underhanded methods of liberating Austria's people. He was unafraid of the truth: Austria was German, and its liberation and unification into the German fold was not only just, but inevitable.

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A far more slippery matter was the status of the Sudetenland, a thin strip of German land running the length of the German-Czechoslovak border. Through a combination of bluff, a call to action for the Sudeten Germans, and secret negotiations with Poland and Hungary, Adenauer was able to convince Britain and France to support Germany's claim. Adenauer regretted having to disturb Czechoslovakia's reasonably democratic system, but, as he reminded himself, until Germany is reunited under one free banner, his primary responsibility was to his own.

The nonviolent unification of the Sudentenland with Germany may have gone over well at home, and with little incident overseas, but it drove Czechoslovakia near to ruin. While its government did not collapse, it did fall into the hands of radical factions (democratic - 2, open society -1). Unwilling to risk having a cancerous wart sticking into Germany's side, Adenauer, with much apprehension, decided to proceed with his plans to bring true social freedom to the berieved Czechs. He ordered the Wehrmacht, still quite small, to quell the anarchy in Prague.

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It didn't go over so well.

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The Heer in March 1939

Czechoslovakia's declaration of war threw all of Adenauer's plans into serious jeopardy. If, at that time, France, Poland, or even Austria had chosen to go to war with Germany, he would need to scramble to raise a levy in time to defend Berlin and the vital Ruhr.

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Fortunately, the Heer and Luftwaffe performed above and beyond his expectations, while the Czechs, caught in a virtual civil war, were unable to prepare a proper defense. Czechoslovakia was overrun, and surrendered in ten days. German casualties were rather light.

Having taken responsibility for the overseeing of the Czech nation, Adenauer decided that the Czechs were in no position to govern themselves; the stench of radicalism had not dissipated in the face of its rapid collapse, and were the Germans to withdraw, a dictator was sure to take their place. Therefore, for the good of all involved, Adenauer decided to make Bohemia and Moravia temporary dependencies of the Federal Republic of Germany, to oversee its affairs until such time as its economy recovered and political moderateness had returned. He figured it should take no more than five years.

However, the chaos did not extend to Slovakia, the less-industrialized, less-radicalized eastern region of the state. There, many Slovaks had agitated for their own state. Adenauer had to admit that they had a point: there was little reason why the two nations had been merged together; if the principle of national determination was to be followed, then it would only be fair to allow the Slovaks their own state.

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Free a rump small Czeckia, PLEASE.
 

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You'll have to take care of almost every nation in the Balkans to spread democracy. ;)
 

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Looks good Thistletooth. Bring democracy to the world, German style! :D
 

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Juste: Will write this

Michaeru: Well, from the time of the declaration to the time of annexation, nobody attacked me. You'll have to wait for the next update to see if my mighty army is attacked by French or Polish hordes.

Hannibal: Bohemia and Moravia are cores. I can't let them go. I just can't. It's impossible. I can't even edit the game files. Nope, impossible. I guess I'll just have to accept the extra IC and manpower.

Savior: Yeah, that'll be a dissent nightmare...

Michaeru Parte the Second: Oh you know that's gonna happen. As is typical for a German game, it should be highlight.

Lenin: Germany +1940s = Democracy. It's that simple. :)