The Quixotic Emperor of Mexico
- Jun 30, 2005
fantastic AAR so far, it should be interesting to see how the China situation plays out... the allies occupied the most populated regions, didn't they?
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trekaddict said:What amazes me is that Germany was pretty much allowed to write it's own constitution in OTL, and as a result of that Germany still can wage war, but under extreme conditions, so technically if Poland were to attack Germany we could still crush them without violating any laws. :wacko: But in the end it is a very good work, as it contains massive safeguards for the German democracy.
Le Jones said:Another great update - not being a scholar of the carve up of Asia after Japan's defeat, does this effectively rule-out a Korean war?
BritishImperial said:would you rather you were allowed just a few 'garrison' units and poland made it halfway to berlin before the UN decided they'd better stop them?
As I understand it the mod allows an election in 1944 if Germany is defeated (possibly earlier I don't know the details of the mod) on the grounds the last pre-war election was '36 and the election had only been delayed due to the war in Europe. With that over there is no excuse not to hold an election.BritishImperial said:nice to see some of china get its freedom, and the free world protected. looks like your navy soon will be an absolute collosus.
this 'proper elections' mod - does it seek to have elections along historical lines? because the internet (and my gappy knowledge) tells me there never was a british election in 1948.
Faeelin said:On the bright side, without a communist China the Vietnam War becomes winnable for America.
Tragically, France’s return to Indochina would set into motion a chain of events which, in time, would transform the region into a bloodbath and inflict a permanent scar upon the United States in the form of the tragic Vietnam War.
Originally Posted by El Pip
On the Battleships it's just I have an image of a group of Admirals discussing their new ship builds;
"Well we've got the money for two new Iowas, but we don't want both those new ships do we? So I've sent someone to go dig out the old North Carolina design from over a decade ago, because what we really want is a 10,000t lighter, less armoured, slower and generally obsolete battleship instead. One that's full of out of date technology, lacks enough AA weapons and has a serious and fundamental design flaw in the drive train."
That is my problem with building a Mod IV, V and VII at the same time.
Teep said:Too true. But as I said before you don't need more ships, but I can think of a feasible explaination for doing so: Dewey promised to make more jobs and did so by squandering taxpayer money on obselete ships that will never be used. Though obviously touting about shipbuilding contracts making jobs won't help win votes in the midwest.