- Aug 1, 2002
So now a matter of crossing the Rhine.
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One must be wondering how salty Dutch cheese would be in this timelineAnd so the Dutch bite the dust (again). Belgium triumphant as it should be!
The Rhine is indeed a hard nut to crack, certainly if we want to beat the Russians to Berlin.So now a matter of crossing the Rhine.
Best comeback in anime historyAncient empires reforming? Intriguing.
Maybe there's a Byzantophile in Paradox's Game Development implementing these thingsEven HOI4 is capable of sustaining and fuelling Byzantophiles wildest dreams! Glory to Greece and Byzantium.
At least until the 2008 Euro crisis breaks outRoma Invicta! (at least from now on, right? )
This time the crumbling Ottoman Empire proved an ideal opportunity for the phoenix to rise again.The phoenix is always ready to rise from the ashes.
Indeed, it turns out that overextending your forces is not the best defensive tactic.Japan's brief moment of glory, soon to be snuffed out.
The Americans will surely take advantage of this situation, but I don't see the Belgians making a move against Japan, except maybe something nobody will expect.Well they got a lot of territory and seas to cover, it's almost unavoidable to not get overextended there. Good news for the Americans and Belgians obviously.
Indonesia, the Philippines and Hawaii were all defenseless countries, it was just a matter of sending a few marines to capitulate those areas. Of course this has extended the Japanese navy and has left Japan open for an American invasion in the near future.So did I get this right: Japan was hard pressed in China and Siberia, so they decided to attack in ALL DIRECTIONS? Balls, Hirohito. Balls.
It was indeed and it certainly came unexpected as an event in this war.Well that was a rather interesting interlude.
It was indeed a benefit, as we will see in the next chapter.It seems that Polish-Lithuanian civil war might actually be a benefit for NATO, even if the Russians gain a loyal puppet in the west.