- Mar 4, 2015
They sucked at driving, so they wanted to vent their anger by messing with us. Literally.These damn aliens.
UNLIMITED WIRETAPS!Anakin: Is there a way to learn this power?
Papaltine: Not from an RSB agent.
Given his personality, I wouldn't be surprised.Now I´m picturing Konrad von Hapsburg signing a version of ¨You´ll be Back¨ in place of King George III and obsessing over the Reich.
Those are reasonable casualty rates, especially given how more densely populated Europe is compared to real life.That reminds me, how bloody was the Maximst War/First Roman civil war? I presume it was a lot bloodier than the American Civil War and most likely closer to OTL´s Taiping Rebellion in terms of casualties and death toll, so I´d estimate it to approximately close to 20-50 million, same with the Fifty Years war.
And most of the other half is taken up by the Soviet-Angeloi front.Since WW2 already took 130-160 million casualties here, I´d guess the Second Roman civil war took up half of the casualties of WW2 overall.
They wouldn't be exactly the same as in real life, because slavery was never as big a deal in the Reich (it was quietly abolished without a civil war). It might still exist, but they'd touch on different themes.Also you mentioned that some of the Maximst (the members of the movement, not the family) practiced slavery in Victoria 2, so I´m wondering if movies like Twelve Years a Slave and other fiction about slavery would still exist here?
The Maximists wouldn't have wanted a return of slavery, since it had been abolished for several decades already and most people, even the potential slavers, wouldn't want it back. However...I know that the Maxist were primarily about forcing a constitutional monarchy on the Reich, but since they were still nationalistic and highly xenophobic, I wonder if the Maximst wanted slavery as one of their issues and goals since I think there was still some opposition to the Kaisers abolishing it from nobles and nationalists and if slavery during the Maximst Wars was anything like Slavery in the pre civil war USA and CSA?
The Maximists would want to limit the influence of the minorities (including those which would've been enslaved) by stripping them of voting rights and, eventually, their classification of Roman citizens. It wouldn't be a stretch for them to move to institutionalized segregation afterwards. Plus, their voting system only included rich white Christian German/Greek men. But the Siegfriedists aren't perfect. There remained an informal policy of segregation and discrimination against minorities until the 1960s and Abraham Green.Something tells me that the Maximsts implemented some form of apartheid or state supported segregation before they were overthrown by the Siegfriedists.