The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
One can infer and rightfully so that this practice of total mobilization should be used only as a last resort and only when proper indexing with "LEFT" and "RIGHT" has been applied to all army issued boots as well as proper identification on rifles " BULLET COMES OUT THIS WAY ".With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. However, this is
not necessarily a good idea. It is hard to be sure where they
are going to land, and it could be dangerous sitting under them
as they fly overhead.
interesting dilemna, in a way equally relevant is the question of how long you envisage this being, if your end point is finding out if you can/not survive a German attack then you may as well finish using SF. The other thing is remembering that SF needed a couple of patches to become stable so I wouldn't be utterly shocked if FTM goes through a couple of quick early patches which may muck up attempts to start a long running AAR?
I would also advise just finishing and starting fresh with a new country when FtM is out.
For me, it doesn't matter what your decision is, as long as you go further with this AAR,
it was very interesting
Assuming that the Danish population wasn't considerably larger back then, they'll be lucky to scrap a few ten thousands together
Not necessarily Baltasar, my experience with my own Bulgaria and its mobilization practices is that given enough morons in parliament and weapon and munition grants mobilizing 25% of the total population is achievable. But as it was written in the RFC from April 1 1996 named "The twelve network truths" , truth 3:
One can infer and rightfully so that this practice of total mobilization should be used only as a last resort and only when proper indexing with "LEFT" and "RIGHT" has been applied to all army issued boots as well as proper identification on rifles " BULLET COMES OUT THIS WAY ".
In 2009, the about 65% of the population were in the age range of 15 - 65 and about 50% females, so assuming that we use the same percentages, we end up at 1.209.650 eligable men. Of course, this does not take into account if these men were actually fit for duty and it also does not take into account the fact that if you draft them all, it'll cripple the economy due to the loss of workforce.
Keep in mind that due to the demographic transition the middle age was much lower during the ww2 era. Assuming to use the same percentages as in 2009 won't work.