- Dec 16, 2007
it's unbelieveable get the rest of germany before the french manage to break out
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Yeah, during censored - Polish Ministry of InformationKang Seung Jae said:Was Japan nuked to nothing or something?
It takes a month to train militia division, so they'll have some - in November, right before they'll be defeated.Shouldnt germany start to spam militia when close to defeat?
Uhm, after another world war Japan was evacuated and their home islands destroyed by polish engeneers "to end japanese threat once and for all", and the area became Sea of Japan. Please note that the entire page is totally humorous (Burkina Faso developed their first-and last- atom bomb by thousands of workers using pickaxes ).Kang Seung Jae said:Was Japan nuked to nothing or something?
Good job on the capture of Berlin! On to the Rhine!
It was during operation "Stewed Cherry". Japan was totally vapourized by tons of atomic bombs made in polandColonel Bran said:This timeline seems really fasinating.
Do you know any english translation? I would really like to ready about the part of "SINKING" Japan.
I did get a Sudden Change in Government event earlier (shown in THIS post on November 8) which I rejected because I know it was going to shift my government towards the left. It's not impossible to get the event again...but I'll likely still reject it because left is the direction it will take me. Hmm...perhaps this calls for a custom eventcegorach said:He might still get lucky and receive sudden change of government - it usually happens at some point.
I had heard say that the ministers are hard-coded in the .EXE and the CSV files are for info only...robw963 said:I'm reluctant to mess with the db/ministers/ministers_pol.csv document TOO much...but I may make a few adjustments there to loosen up some of the restrictions somewhat. We'll see. In some ways, it's more fun to work within the constraints of the game rather than change everything and take away any challenge.
Actually he was centrist. Piłsudski fought for his entire life against the right-wing eNDecja i.e. the nationalists - the fight he won.robw963 said:Many of the good ministers (such as School of Mass Combat) are only available if my government becomes more leftist (Stalinst, Leninist, etc) which I won't be doing because I want to roleplay an anti-communist, anti bolshevik right-wing reactionary Piłsudski. The minister selection that Paradox has created is decidedly biased towards the real life timeline for Poland which became Communist after the Soviet victory over Germany.
You're quite right. I appreciate your knowledge about this stuff...I'll admit it becomes confusing for me.cegorach said:Actually he was centrist. Piłsudski fought for his entire life against the right-wing eNDecja i.e. the nationalists - the fight he won.
It is notable to recall the fact that the coup in 1926 was against the right-wing government and was supported by socialists and even the communists (in their history the event was known as the May Mistake).
Poland became more right-wing only during the internal struggle in the Pilsudskite camp - so after his death, especially when nationalist OZON replaced centrist BBWR to take some support from increasibly extremist eNDecja supporters. Still the local elections in 1939 were won by left-wing PPS.