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In 1918 the Great War ended. The former central powers, Germany and what remained of Austria-Hungary were forced to agree to a hars peace treaty that in itself ( so believed many ) carried the root of new unrest and maybe even war. Both countries established unstable democracies with the German one beeing dubbed “Weimar Republic” after the town where the constitution was signed by the repesentatives. The Weimar Republic was far from stable, and its Constitution far from perfect, its very first article perfectly representing the countrys inner disputes:


§1: The German Reich is a Republic​


The galloping Inflation fo the early 1920’s and the general economic decline all across the globe hit the politically divided republic hard, further destabilizing the struggling German Democracy. But Germany was not alone in these troubeled times. All around the globe extremist movements from both the left and the right became stronger and stronger, with France and Belgium beeing the first to fall to facist or in the case of Belgium Stalinist movements within three months in 1924. This, along with the growing Fascist movement in Italy triggered what is now known as the “1925 Beerhall Putsch”. On March 3rd, several right-wing parties in Munich made a bit for power in Germany. Led by some Adolph Hitler and his NSDAP this rag-tag coalition raided the Bürgerbräukeller in Munich, declearing the Gouvernement in Berlin to be dissolved and Hitler as the head of a “Gouvernement of National Unity and Salvation”. After this they proceeded to march on Berlin, imitating a move that had brought the Socialists to power in France when they had marched on Paris in May 1924. Unlike in Paris the German version of the marhc was hampered by the haphazard nature of the whole coup and the resulting abysmal preparation, which had left the police headquaters completely alone, making poossible that about two plattons worth of Bavarian Police augmented by Reichswehr Elements halted the march only three miles outside of munich. The Nazis, always quick to shoot refused to stop when challenged and soon a faceoff had started. It is unclear what happened next but it is known that one side fired several shots, and this in turn sparked of a violent firefight, leaving 32 of the marchers, among them Hitler and Goering, and 24 of the Police and Reichswehr men dead.


The last picture showing Hitler alive​

This firefight was the beginning of what 98 % of the people call “The reform Summer” and the remaining 2 % : “The great Treason”. Riots and general Violence sparked up all over Germany, and Gustav Stresemann, the Social Democratic Reichs Chancellor realized that immediate and decicive action needed to be taken if the German Democracy was to be saved. The first step was to outlaw most right-wing Parties, and to order the Police to put down the riots. The Police did as it was asked, or at least it tried to, but the SA and the many militias that had sprung up after the “Battle of Munich” as the shootout was called gave the Police a hard time, pushing the Republic close to the edge of a full-scale civil war. The Communists seized this opportunity to announce the great german revolution, hoping to capitalize on the Gouvernements disability to deal with the riots without having to fall back to desperate measures, starting their own riots and estranging the huge majority of the population form the causes of both extremist wings. This in turn provoked the “Extremists Law” where the KPD was outlawed along with all other extremist and non-democratic parties. The next step was the “Emergency Declaration to save the Republic” called for the riots to stop or else the Reichswehr would interviene. When the rioters from the left and the right refused to go home the Chancellor made a sad speech in front of the Reichstag:

Chancellor Stresemann said:
My fellow Germans. With a sad heart I am announcing that the riots are continuing. Our misguided countrymen, bent only on the destruction not only of property but also the very institiution of the Republic have refused to take us up on our offer of peace. The riots have increased instead, forcing me to declare a National State of Emergency, ordering the Reichswehr to save the Republic.

The Reichswehr marched and quelled the riots quickly and brutally. Stresemann, a broken man due to the actions he had been forced to take initiated a series of reforms to heal the deep wounds the short “Spring Civil War” had ripped into the country.


1925 Constitutional Reform said:
1. The German Reich is dissolved.
2. A new Constitution is to be made
3. Germany is reorganized into a Federal Republic
4. The former States of Germany are to be reintegrated into this Republic
5. No Party with less than 5 % of the Votes is to have seats in the Bundestag


This meant the end of the Civil War, however short it might have been, but it was by no mens the end of the unrest. When they had been outlawed the extremist parties had faded into the background, and Thälmann, the head of the KPD had fled to Paris where he tried to get the French to intervene on behalf of the besieged Communist Militias in the Ruhr Area, but France, itself still struggling with forces loyal to the republic and could not spare the forces. He had to make do with political asylum for any that managed to escape from Germany
and propagandistical support. he took up residence in Paris, to remain there for several years while trying to organize a communist insurgency, but failing to do so as the KPD lost much of its popular support due to the improvin economical situation and the stabilized democracy. The Nazis were a different story alltogether. After the Reichswehr had put down the riots they faded back into obscurity in Munich, officially disbanding due to beein banned, but working in the small but active right-wing underground in Bavaria. To all accounts the illegal NSDAP today has about 150 members scattered all over Germany. Why did they collapse so fast when the communists at the same time managed to keep at least the facade of a functioning party apparatus? This question will most likely never been answered satisfactory, but it is widely believed that the loss of their "Führer" gave these men such a shock that they could not decide what do without their demi-god and just went back to business as usual. Democracy in Germany was saved. In the rest of Europe country after country fell to extremist movements from the right, each movement using the fear from communist takeovers, either orchestrated by Moscow or by Paris. In 1929 the great depression was racing around the Globe, drawing even more nations into the Facist or Stalinist Camps, and when the United States more and more drifted into the Facist camp after the Stock Market Crash Chancellor Brüning, knowing that he would not be reelected in 1930 anyways made a secret speech to the Bundestag:



The Chancellors Speach said:
My fellow Germans, this night I am speaking to you with a heavy heart. More and more of our neighbours are falling to Facist or communist Dictatorships. England has been couped by the Facists. France has already fallen years ago. Switzerland is National Socialist. And now, even the oldest Democracy on the globe, the United States of America is starting to slide into the dark Abyss. Now it is my opinion that it will be only a matter of time until our neigbours will cease beein such and take up arms, in an attempt to bring the forces our countrymen so bravely fought in 1925 to power in this country. I will not allow that, and the germans out there in our beloved Fatherland will do so neither. So what can we do? The Versailles treaty, forcing us to limit our Army to 100.000 men. This was so far enough, but now, facing the greatest danger since Atilla the Hun was roaring across Russia Germany needs to rearm. Now I know many of you dont like this thought, and let me tell you: Neither do I. I do not like acting against the treaty, and doing so might provoke what whe are trying to prevent by breaking it in the first place, but if we do rearm, in a defensive posture we can at least say we have done our duty when the sword of damokles comes crashing down on us.

The motion was approved.

The Elections in 1930 brought the Zentrum to power, but the new Chancellor, Adenauer vovwed to continue the policies his predecessor had started, and he chose a internal political course that was more liberal and social anyone would have expected of him, making himself one of the most loved Chancellors of the pre-war eara, as his reforms continued to pull out of the comparatively small but still feelable depression after 1929. This secured his reelction in 1934.

Now in 1936 the world is tri-polar. On one side the Facists, led by Britain. On the other the Communists with both the USSR and France trying to take over the leading role, and with Germany, the last truely democratic Nation in Europe, and by all accounts only one of three left in the world, but acting alone since Australia and New Zealand had closed their broders to everyone years ago.


Now the question is: How could democracy survive in Germany, by all accounts the least democratic Nation by the end of the Great War?


Several factors contributed: Germany was more than stable after the constitunon of 1925 was introduced. The 5% barrier, once decried as the first step towards dictatorship by many had proven its worth. For the first time since the great war a gouvernement acutally lasted the full four years instead of breaking up. The poeple, originally beeing against democracy saw in the late 1920's that the republic was providing the things the Extremist PArties had promised them: Peace, Stability and economic prosperity. Germany had also been the nation least hit by the great depression, Chancellor Brüning who had indeed not been reelected in 1930 had seen the implosion of the Stock Market coming, and as he had already been working towards decoupling the German Economy form the world market the measures he took after the crash enabeled the German Economy to circum navigate the worst effects.

The third and most probably the decicive factor was that the Gouvernements since 1925 had laboured hard to purge the system of all the nationalist and anti-republican officers and judges, replacing them with young, promising young men, loyal to the republic not only by oath but also by heart.


So, by 1936 Germany stood alone. Would it be able to defend this last true democracy? Would it be able to weather the coming storm? This remains to be seen.


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This AAR has been isnpired by several others, and when I read "The last tattered flag of democracy" I decided taht I had to do one like that myself, and went into thinking mode. US? Naa. to easy. Russia? naa. too man SU AARs around. and then it hit me: Germany! See this as a germany redemption AAR. :D
 

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Very cool setup. :) Getting stable before the Great Depression was probably Weimar's only chance, once the real major economic issues hit it was pretty grim. And having the traditional Allies go authoritarian is a nice touch.

Look forward to seeing the events and how the road to war looks in this world, if the Brits/fascists and Reds go at it first, what the fate of various minors will be, etc. A British/Italian war vs. France would make for interesting stuff. Or a Communist France using Indochina as a base to help the ChiComs...

What about Japan? Are they going to be pretty traditional? Since you mentioned Aus/NZ being the only other democratic states, I imagine so.
 

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sonsoftaurus Thanks. Well, lets just say the alliances will be intersting to watch, but rest assured, Germany will meddle with it someday.

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Chapter I


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Germany in 1936​

By January 1936 Germany was recovering from the economic downturn that had swept so many nations like Britain and the United States into the Facist camp. The Military expansion programme was well underway, the scientists of the Republic were working buisily to improve both the Armed Forces and the Economy in general.

The Cabinet consisted of several young men, including Konrad Adenauer, the former mayor of Cologne.

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Several GoIs were still in place, but Germany would not act on those. Adenauer, despite knowing that Germany might very well be drawn into another Great War ( he had also ordered the developement of several offensive plans against Germanys potential enemys )

Research was another Area that was very important to the Cabinet.

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The Heer, the Bundesmarine and the Luftwaffe were small. The Army consisted of 36 Infantry Divisions, three Divisions of a promising weapons, Panzers and one HQ, the Kommando Stab der Streitkräfte or short KSS in Berlin.

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The rearmament was well underway, but clouds could be seen on the horizon.
 

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This will be an inverted world war... nice setup.
 

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The usa is not a democracy? Where did they fall? Communist?
 

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YAY no hitler, anyway looks very interesting, i wonder if the us will go the way of germany and be divided up (if they lose the war, if there is a war ;) )
 

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Oh there will be war. At least I think so.
 

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Chapter II


The World before the War #1: Europe said:
The political structure of Europe in the 1930s was more diverse than anyone would have thought possible after the end of the Great War. This Chapter will give you a short overview of all alliances in those days before all of them were drawn into the great Meat Grinder for the second time.

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Europe in 1936​




The Allies: Lead by Great Britain. Facist. Sucessor to the old Entente Alliance, formed after the French went Socialist.

Members: Great Britain, its puppet Nations throughout the world, Canada, Italy and Poland. Switzerland was a candidate for membership, along with many minors in Eastern and Nortern Europe that would join this alliance over time.

The Paris pact: Only two members, minor alliance. Only members: France, Belgium. Formed in 1930 after Germany denounced the Versailles treaty. Meant to be purely defensive.

The Axis: Only Member: Germany.

In January 1936 the MoD devised a new Defence plan. The Heer, or what there was of it at the time would be concentrated west. The MoD assesed, in good belief and with in the measures of the time ample Information that the gravest danger threatened Germany from the West. The Facist and National Socialist Nations in the south and in the east were not exactly friends of Germany but were at least Capitalist, not voving to rip the county apart. Therefore the new defence plan was seen as a risk, but one that was deemed necesary, because until the army was larger Germanys eastern borders would be largely undefended. Poland was at that time not seen as a risk as it was higely unlikely that the British would let Warzaw attack Germany on their own hook, and at that time Britain had no beefs with Germany.

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Such was the defence plan. The plan called for at least one half-corps stationed in every border province, and the MoD talked Adenauer and the Bundestag into approvin an extension of the Siegfried line up to the coast. These works would nowhere be as strong as the original line, and construction could not begin until the Heer Expansion was complete, but this was no matter of concern, as it was expected that it would be years until the weakened French were strong enough again to wage a large-scale war. The Luftwaffe, still rather weak on Interceptors, was reorganized too. The three Interceptor Squadrons in its OoB were assigned to the Ruhr area, forming the Ruhr Area Air Defence, or "Luftverteidigungsbereich Ruhrgebiet".

The many Bomberwings, still on aeging Ju-52 tactical Bombers were reassigned to two Bombergroups, Bombergruppe I and Bombergruppe II. These eight Squadrons formed the main offensive arm of the Luftwaffe, although funding for several of the CAS squadrons a joung Veteran from the Great War, Ernst Udet, was promoting. these too would ave to wait as the Army still was the main priority, and Germanys Industry was already hard-pressed with qutfitting these 36 Divisions that would double the Heer's strength.

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Soldiers of the 1. Infantry Division during a maneuver in North-Eastern Germany​

Meanwhile, a crisis was sparked off on Febuary 1st, when a Royal Navy Submarine, the HMS Seraph was caught on the surface near Brest by Marine Populaire Coastal Vessels. The French Gouvernement, always seeking to improve its standing with its own population accused the Captain of this Submarine to be spying for the British, which he had actually done, but which could not be proven back then as he never admitted this. The British, enraged about the loss of their newest Submarine to their ideological Nemesis immediately demanded its release. Mosley, in an emotional speech in front of the house of commons accused the French of "intentionally seizing British property, to be used against Britain in any future war". The Submarine was handed over to the British, and the crew was brought to Paris, to be tried on charges of espionage.

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H.M.S. Seraph after beeing towed to Brest​

The British, by then not willing to risk a war with France, fumed with anger, but could do nothing. The MI6, instructed by Mosley to "find a way to get back to these stupid frogs" was too unable to find them as the PDGSE hid them in the underground of Paris. This crisis would eventually grow and grow, leading to further tension between the former allies France and Britain. Italy even put its forces on alert and started a general mobilization, but for now no new war was kicked off in Europe. Noone knew if it would stay like that.

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a small one, but there has nothing happened yet, and I have to play a bit ahead. this update is mainly here to set the stage for future events.
 

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Crush3r thanks.

hgt youre not the only one :D

rcduggan it will get weirder.

son of liberty They went facist during the great depression.

asd21593 & son of liberty Yes. A war with many fronts and some interesting factions.
 

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So this is your new AAR, I really like the new setup in Europe after WWI, very interesting, good luck and we'll see how this turns out.
 

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The USA went fascist too... Good luck. You may need it as they will be able to dow when they want.
 

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Weird = fun :cool:
 

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Capibara I'm gonna need it.

Nabendu At first it won't effect germany at all. In the long run.... we'll see. ;)

Deutschu~ Well.... :D

son of liberty Well, I am gong to need it, the problem is though that they are preety isolationist right now, but that might change.

rcduggan :)

son of liberty Absolutely.
 

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I just noticed I forgot to enter the research pic in the first post, so I'm delivering it now. :eek:o

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a democratic Uber-Nation! :eek: this will be interesting


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