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Huzzah!

The Jewish Conservative hath arrived. Let the fury descend.
 

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This hasn't even started and already have you guys made up plans, I swear you guys.
Also, even IF Margaret Thatcher were to make an appearance, I would vote for her. I'm such a rebel.
Anyway, I think you should calm down on the posting on this thread, you already have 4 pages of nothing but rabble.
Srsly u guis. :/
 

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Wait, I've just realised something: did Densley just compare the most awesome Tory Prime Minister of all time and the most awesome British liberal thinker ever with the dullest, most nondescript man to win an electoral landslide prior to 1997? :huh:

Oh and Lobenswert: we're indirectly helping to publicise the AAR through our enthusiasm. No author wants to play to an empty orchestra, so to speak.
 

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You have a point.
He usually does, even if noone likes to admit it.

Also, I just realized, that this is a (admittedly very left-leaning) Tommy AAR, that takes place in Britain (probably during) 1945-1991, right?
[video=youtube;F43DqnMoWi0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F43DqnMoWi0[/video]
 

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The Election of 1945

With the Second World War still raging in the Far East, even after the conclusion of hostilities in Europe, the future shape of Britain and the post-War world as a whole remained highly uncertain. The country’s first election for ten years had the real potential to be utterly era defining.

Labour Party


Description:

During the interwar years the Labour Party emerged as the second largest political force in Britain behind the Conservatives, even becoming involved in government for the first time. After Labour Ministers played a crucial role in the wartime coalition government many in the party are confident that Labour is ready to assume full control of governmental powers in Britain. As the political wing of the British labour movement, the party is committed to a forward thinking Social Democratic reshaping of Britain in which full employment, social justice and economic advance forge a new nation from the ruins of the War.

Party Leader: Clement Attlee

Having risen through the ranks of the Labour Party after the First World War, Attlee became party leader just before the country’s last election in 1935. With the party recovering strongly from a disastrous result four years previously, Attlee remained Leader of the Opposition until 1940 when he led Labour into coalition, becoming the first ever Deputy Prime Minister in 1942. Faced with trade unionist pressure to strike out independently from the coalition, Attlee has moved present both himself and Labour as potential national leaders.

Foreign Policy:

The Labour Party shall not waver from our commitment to securing the unconditional surrender of the Japanese Empire, even as we seek to find the swiftest possible conclusion to the war in Asia. Likewise we shall promise to honour all existing agreements over the shape of the post-war world.

A new age of peace dawns over the world, let us remain firm in our alliances with the United States, the Soviet Union and the newly liberated nations of the world!

Imperial Policy:

The Labour Party supports a gradual disengagement from Empire, particularly in Asia where the population is becoming increasingly militant in its opposition to colonial rule. The independence of India should be negotiated within the coming parliament.

Domestic Policy:

The Labour Party commits itself to eradicating the five evils of want, disease, ignorance, idleness and squalor from Britain.

We support the formation of a national health service – set up to provide health care for all citizens, regardless of their financial situation. The creation of a system of national insurance that will pay benefits to the sick, unemployed, retired and widowed. The nationalisation of several key areas of industry including coal, railroads, road transport, the Bank of England, civil aviation, cable and wireless, electricity and gas, and steel. A large scale programme of housing construction – to rebuild those residences destroyed during the war and radically improve upon existing living conditions. The Labour Party shall fight tirelessly for full employment – providing work for all those servicemen returning to civilian life and for those struggling to find work already in the country.

The Labour Party shall rebuild a fairer, vibrant and just Britain.

Conservative Party
- Tory Party or Tories



Description:

The Conservative Party is the traditionally dominant force of British politics – benefitting from the chaotic state of both the Liberals and Labour during the 1930s the Tories were largely unthreatened in their control of government in the years before the outbreak of War. The party most associated with appeasement, they were forced to dissolve their majority government in 1940 in favour of a national coalition with the other parties in Parliament. In 1945, the Tories appear complacent – whilst their Labourite opponents moved quickly to abandon the coalition and set out their vision of an alternate Britain, the Conservative Party moved sluggishly into the election with a far vaguer vision and a heavy reliance on the prestige of its leader.

Party Leader: Winston Churchill

Despite a murky political history, particularly during the 1930s, Winston Churchill was the most prestigious figure in the British Empire in 1945. Having stridently opposed appeasement during the 1930s, conveniently allowing his party to gloss over the general acceptance of the now embarrassing policy, Churchill became Prime Minister in 1940 and served excellently as wartime leader. Standing against the strong political current that demanded peace when Britain faced Germany alone from the Fall of France to the opening of the Eastern Front, the Prime Minister was an inspiration to millions during Britain’s darkest hour. Now in 1945, his personality alone remains the focal point of his party’s election campaign.

Foreign Policy:

The Conservative Party shall not waver from our commitment to securing the unconditional surrender of the Japanese Empire, even as we seek to find the swiftest possible conclusion to the war in Asia. Likewise we shall promise to honour all existing agreements over the shape of the post-war world.

Britain shall continue to play an invaluable role in the post-war order, acting alongside our American and Russian allies in securing international stability an preventing another World War.

Imperial Policy:

The Conservative Party is highly sceptical of the need to abandon any part of the British Empire. It shall stand against proposals to grant independence to colonies in the foreseeable future. However, the party is open to deeper reforms in India, and any other colony that so desires, where we shall open up greater possibilities for Home Rule within the framework of the British Empire.

Domestic Policy:

The Conservative Party stands firm, guarding Britain from the tides of Labourite Gestapo-Socialism. The Conservative Party will use state funds to rebuild the economy, to support housing construction and the rebuilding of our nation more generally. But it will not allow for the massive growth of the state and the strangling of the freedom of the British people. In times such as these a more austere, and sensible, government is necessary – one that shall not make rash and destructive promises.

Liberal Party


Description:

Prior to the First World War, the Liberals had been one of two major parties in Britain – trading governmental power with the Conservatives as the Liberal Party from the late 19th century and as the Whigs for centuries before. After the First World War the party went into rapid and apparently terminal decline. As the Labour Party continued to rise, the Liberals suffered from internal chaos and divisions – the party twice splitting between supporters of alliance with the Conservatives in National Governments and their opponents. With the official Liberal Party succeeding those Liberals who had opposed the protectionist National Government and its Conservative successor in the 1930s the party returned to government in 1940 through participation in Churchill’s wartime government. Having struggled to establish a clear identity for years whilst in the wilderness, the Liberal Party had come to accept many of the findings of the Beveridge report – inclining it towards social reform.

Party Leader: Archibald Sinclair

Coming from an aristocratic background, Sinclair served during the First World War before entering the Commons as an MP in the Liberals’ heartland in the Scottish Highlands. In 1935 he became leader of the party’s parliamentary group after the former leader, Herbert Samuel, lost his seat in that election. Involving the Liberal Party in the opposition to appeasement, Sinclair then brought the party into the wartime coalition – playing a relatively minor role when compared to his Labour and Tory counterparts.

Foreign Policy:

The Liberal Party shall not waver from our commitment to securing the unconditional surrender of the Japanese Empire, even as we seek to find the swiftest possible conclusion to the war in Asia. Likewise we shall promise to honour all existing agreements over the shape of the post-war world.

Liberals celebrate the flourishing rebirth of democracy in continental Europe and welcome the day when the entire world moves towards democratic governance. Such a goal can only be achieved by a unity will and commitment towards peace between the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union and the restored nations of Europe.

Imperial Policy:

Although it is a bitter pill to swallow, it is clear that there is no longer any future for the British Empire in India. The maintenance of the Raj is incredibly expensive and will only grow more costly as the independence movement gears up for renewed resistance. Working closely with democratically inclined nationalist movements on the ground, Britain must begin to prepare for Indian independence – a process that will take several years to accomplish.

However, as of yet, the other provinces of the British Empire remain firmly under control and must remain so.

Domestic Policy:

The Liberal Party accepts the criticism laid out in the Beveridge report and shall seek to implement many of its recommendations.

Britain must accept the need for a system of social welfare in order to provide a minimum standard of living. Such moves would improve the productivity of British industry as well as creating a healthier and wealthier labour force capable of rebuilding Britain and allowing our nation to flourish for the foreseeable future. Let us create a system of national insurance in which benefits are provided to the unemployed, sick, retired and widowed. A system of universal healthcare. Let the British state play an active role in the economy – funding work projects aimed at rebuilding and improving the nation’s infrastructure (including housing!) and providing employment for our population as the nation returns to civilian life.

Communist Party of Great Britain
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Description:

Although the CPGB remained far smaller than its rapidly growing continental counterparts, almost all of which had benefited from the prominent role played by Communists in the resistance movements of their respective countries, Britain’s Communists still benefited from the massively enhanced international prestige of Communism and the Soviet Union. With the CPGB itself having witnessed a growth of membership it continued to maintain deep roots within the British labour movement. Devoted to the Soviet Union, the party called for the formation of a Popular Front, in the pattern of the governments emerging across the continent, in which the Communist Party aligned itself closely with all progressive forces within Britain in seeking social reform and the protection of democracy.

Party Leader: Harry Pollitt

Taking over as General Secretary of the CPGB in 1929, Pollitt emerged as Britain’s arch-Stalinist. Despite losing his position in the party leadership from 1939-1941 for his rejection of the Comintern line of denouncing the British war effort (a policy deeply unpopular within Britain), Pollitt was reinstated after 1941 and oversaw the flourishing of British Communism as a force committed to defended the national government and defeated Nazi Germany. Although the Communists had managed to elect a handful of MPs through the 1920s and 1930s, Pollitt was confident that now for the time for the party to make a real breakthrough in Britain and establish itself firmly as a powerful electoral force.

Foreign Policy:

The Communist Party shall not waver from our commitment to securing the unconditional surrender of the Japanese Empire, even as we seek to find the swiftest possible conclusion to the war in Asia. Likewise we shall promise to honour all existing agreements over the shape of the post-war world.

British Communists welcome the rebirth of European democracy – brought about by the victorious armies of the United Nations. Britain’s soldiers, united with the Red Army, the armies of anti-fascist resistance and our other allies, have paved the way for a new world – one in which working people shall hold a genuine stake in a new, democratic, society and in which international peace shall reign supreme.

Imperial Policy:

The Communist Party opposes imperialism implacably. The peoples of the British Empire have all played their part in the defeat of German and Italian Fascism, and continue to struggle for the defeat of Japanese Fascism as well! Let Britain withdraw from its Empire – supporting the construction of national-democratic regimes in our former colonies that shall smooth the way for the progression of their nations into the post-colonial world.

Domestic Policy:

The Communist Party seeks alliance with all progressive forces in Britain willing to accept widespread, popular, social reform.

The CPGB seeks to implement a system of national insurance – providing benefits for the unemployed, sick, retired and widowed. Forge a national health service – providing universal health care. Promotes the nationalisation of key industries, and the gradual spread of nationalisations throughout the economy, with the aim of smoothly transitioning Britain from chaotic, exploitative, stagnation towards a vibrant and just planned economy. The Party supports the use of state resources to direct the reconstruction of Britain’s economic base alongside a large scale housing project aimed at the elimination of squalid housing entirely as well as the replacement of destroyed or damaged residences. The Communist Party stands for the reconstruction of Britain on a basis of modernity and social justice.

National Liberal Party
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Description:

The National Liberals emerged from the pro-Conservative portion of the Liberal Party that remained committed to alliance with the Tories through the 1930s. After 1940 the National Liberals appeared to be treated almost with contempt by the other parties as it suffered mass defections to the Liberal Party, the Conservatives and from individuals leaving party politics behind entirely. Despite this, the party survives and in 1945 calls for a new National Government that would exclude the Left and hold back social reform.

Party Leader: Ernest Brown

Brown became leader of the National Liberals after the party’s previous parliamentary leader, John Simon, was transferred to the Lords and effectively laid out to pasture in 1940. During the war there were many attempts on both sides of the Liberal divide to reunite the party – all ending in failure as the two successors of the once mighty Liberal Party continued to disagree over post-war politics (the National Liberals supporting an alliance with the Tories, the Liberals implacably opposed). Having presided over the continued decline of his party, Brown is hopeful that the National Liberals might arrest their fall from influence with a strong showing at the polls.

Foreign Policy:

The National Liberal Party shall not waver from our commitment to securing the unconditional surrender of the Japanese Empire, even as we seek to find the swiftest possible conclusion to the war in Asia. Likewise we shall promise to honour all existing agreements over the shape of the post-war world.

Britain shall remain firmly committed to her alliances, seeking to promote the flourishing of a new era of peace internationally.

Imperial Policy:

The National Liberal Party shall oppose all attempts to break up the British Empire. However, she shall accept the passing down of a degree of Home Rule to colonies where there is a widespread demand for it – notably India. Britain must be willing to negotiate lesser of greater degrees of autonomy should the situation require it.

Domestic Policy:

The National Liberal Party stands against the socialistic tide sweeping across Britain – a tide that has swept away even the former ‘Liberal Party’! It is in the National Liberal Party that Britain’s historic Liberal tradition now resides, and it is upon the shoulders of our party that the burden of protecting that tradition lays. The National Liberal Party shall stand against the encroachment of the state across the economy and society, and shall retain an unshaken commitment to necessary austerity.


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Oh, the ahistoricality of some of the logos - how their modern Major and Steel-era sensibilities hurt my period-adjusted eyes!
 

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National Liberals

Opposing the socialist scum, for Great Britain and her Empire.

Finally, a National Liberal party. How I have yearned for it.

Oh, the ahistoricality of some of the logos - how their modern Major and Steel-era sensibilities hurt my period-adjusted eyes!
Yeah, with the NL logo looking french. But oh well.
 

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Oh, the ahistoricality of some of the logos - how their modern Major and Steel-era sensibilities hurt my period-adjusted eyes!
Most of them seemed not to have logos at the time (at least nothing I could find through google), so the Liberals and Tories ended up with later era ones and the National Liberals one I made up myself :p.
 

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Yeah, with the NL logo looking french. But oh well.
To be fair the National Liberals never had a logo, so why not borrow one off our Romanian friends soon to be in exile? :)
 

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Most of them seemed not to have logos at the time (at least nothing I could find through google), so the Liberals and Tories ended up with later era ones and the National Liberals one I made up myself :p.
You could have just gone with pictures of the leaders instead of logos for the time being, or a propaganda poster...

As I say though, the National Liberals one looks very Romanian...
 

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Most of them seemed not to have logos at the time (at least nothing I could find through google), so the Liberals and Tories ended up with later era ones and the National Liberals one I made up myself :p.
I could try to make a NL logo, just to show my loyalty to the party...

You could have just gone with pictures of the leaders instead of logos for the time being, or a propaganda poster...
Propaganda posters, eh?
 

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I could try to make a NL logo, just to show my loyalty to the party...
You never know, in this timeline they might just become a proper political party instead of just an offshoot of the Tories. :)
 

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I could try to make a NL logo, just to show my loyalty to the party...
Go ahead, I couldn't even find their election propoganda when looking for ideas of what to use for them, if they end up becoming a long lasting part of British politics they will be needing an upgrade.

As for other ideas - propaganda posters tended to be more focused on specific issues (like how great Churchill is/how evil socialism is/ how good socialism is) rather than something good for generally representing the party. Party leader pics could have worked, but I prefer to focus more on the party than the individual leader. So I think that the 1980s era Liberal and Tory posters will have to do. But I'll admit the NLP one isn't great :p.
 

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But I'll admit the NLP one isn't great :p.
It's decent enough. I think that sans the text at the bottom it looks rather seventies, which given the circumstances re the other logos is probably a nice enough compliment. :)

As for other ideas - propaganda posters tended to be more focused on specific issues (like how great Churchill is/how evil socialism is/ how good socialism is) rather than something good for generally representing the party.
Not necessarily. Of course, fan art is awesome and I suppose you should be secretly encouraging us to come up with our own ad hoc logo designs and posters! :)
 

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((Oh, dear.))

After a short and painful inner dispute I must declare my vote in favour of the National Liberal Party.

-Konrad Maximilian Xavier Arcadius dom Contravarius-Don'Paulus y d'Alatriste-Erebus


((In all honesty, I was almost ready to vote for the commies. Maybe next time, if the list of parties stays the same.))
 
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The villainy and degeneracy of Socialism can not prevail. Stand behind the Bulldog, to rebuild, and protect, our glorious Empire.

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