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sonofliberty
Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 1:50:49 AM
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I challenge all players to make aar's from this game.

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I challenge all players to make aar's from this game.


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Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 2:17:35 AM
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The story shall be added later...


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Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 12:50:53 PM
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http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/showthread.php?p=8731084#post8731084

I have opened a thread on Pdox, to promote our cause, and maybe gain 1 or 2 people who want to play MP in the future.
I'll manage that thread, but always feel free to post in that thread or post your AAR's there.

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Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 1:53:32 PM
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The People's Republic of the Rising Sun

Introduction

When Japan emerged from it's long isolation in the middle of the 19th century,
it was a country looking to establish it's place in the new world. Quickly realising that territory was the key to being considered a great power, Japan embarked on a program of expansion. First looking north towards the decaying Ming Empire, Japan begane to carve out concessions for itself, until Russian policy made the Japanese seek the least line of resistance and turned southwards, but not before Korea was under firm Japanese grip.

The turmoil that was the 19th century left former colonies of the so-called western powers in a power vacuum, that needed to be filled. Japan had no problems filling this void, and soon enough most of the pacific islands as well as the Philippines and even Borneo were under the Emperor's yoke. This rapid expansion though conflicted with the expansionist plans that were those of Australasia's, which wanted to fill the evry same void. The treaty of Jakarta secured a buffer for both nations, which now felt secure enough to mind their own business.

Having secured precious space, resources and security from neighbours made Japan turn northwards again, where an expansionist Russian Empire tried to exert it's influence on Manchuria. It was a tense peace between Russia and Japan, and only a little spark would be needed to ignite the powder keg that was Russian Manchuria. Such spark was the border conflict of Yalu river, seperating Russian Manchuria from Japanese Korea. Records of the event are sparse and misleading at times, so it is not known what exactly sparked the Russo-Japanese war, but it was a known fact that both power were willing to check their power, and were all too happy to mobilize forces.

The Russo-Japanese war of 1910 was realtively brief, but all the more tense and brutal. The widespread use of nerve gas and machine guns showed the world what was to come. In the 2 years of intial rapid gains, and later static warfare and grinding manpower, millions lost their lives.
It initially looked good for the Russia, which managed to advance as far as Seoul in the first 3 months of the war. Right there the tide of the war turned, when Japan shipped in large amounts of troops from the mobilisation 3 months prior. In a colossal battle, 1 million soldiers on each side, and more than 500.000 civilian deaths and well above 750.000 wounded or KIA soldiers, Japan gained the upper hand and forced, within the next 7 months, Russia up to Mukden in central Manchuria. However, Russia managed to create great defenses with multiple lines of trenches, and thus the Japanese wave got shattered right at Mukden. The following year claimed well above 5-6 million deaths, including civilian loss. The killing fields of Mukden are, as of today, unmatched in tragedy, devastation and death. Just as it looked that Japan would be bankrupted by it's efforts to gain victory in Manchuria, revolution struck in Russia.

Lenin, released from Prussian prison and turned loose on Russia, managed to ignite a worker's revolution, which brought the Rssian Empire's fledgling industry to a screeching halt. At the same time, die hard conservatives in the army tried to overthrow the Czar in a coup d'etat. The former revolution, albeit more successful then the lshort lived latter by the die hard's, was eventually crushed by royalist forces, but not before a devastating peace deal with Japan was signed, where Japan gained as much as Russian Manchuria and russian primorsk territory.

However, Japan's march to glory was not the end of the story, and did infact lad to the oncoming revolution. The rapid industrialisation as well as enormous gains in foreign manpower and territory did not only result in great wealth for the Japanese Empire, but also lead to great injustice on the home islands. Internal open dissent, and growing factionalism in the army and navy, as well as an Emperor that grew furthermore unable to manage the crisis, finally ushered into a full blown communist revolution. The revolution hit the army and navy first, when sailors refused to obey their superior's in the tokyo bay naval base. The word spread quickly that the sailors took the matter in their own hands, and a general strike of the industrial workers demanding more participation forced the economy to a standstill.

Unable to cope with this situation, the emperor and his closest circle retreated into the presidential palace. Nosako Sanzo knew the situation was ripe, and proclaimed the People's Republic of the Rising Sun (PRRS). As Head of Government he assigned Miyamoto Kenji, on of his closest followers.

The battle for the presidential palace was of that stuff great movies are made of. Thousands of die hard followers of the Emperor entrenched themselves in the temple. The battle raged on for weeks, with no apparent advantage for either side. The loss of manpower was immense, for every Emperor's guard killed there were 10 on PRRS side. Feeling he had no other choice, Sanzo ordered the former imperial airforce to fire bomb the palace, noting that anyone who objected the order would be shot.

In the night of December 7th, 1914, 3 bombers emerged from tokyo's airfields to drop their deadly load. The fire raged for 4 weeks until it could be extinguished. No one has ever seen the Emperor and his followers again.

In the following 22 years, the PRRS established themselves as a stable member of the world community. Sanzo resisted the pressure of die hard communists to give the factories to the people, well knowing how inefficent it would prove. Governmental tariff unions were established, which could force through the people's will on the factory owners. Comparing the fate of factory owners of forced nationalistion of the industries or large unions instead, the owners happily agreed to the unionist approach.

The PRRS of 1936 now stands tall, with a competitive market socialist economy, and an impressive empire. The world has been at peace for more than 20 years now, but the other state's have not been sleeping, and are saber rattling. The PRRS will have to stand firm in the coming times, but will it stand the test of time?

In Soviet Russia, Schuermann defeats YOU!
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 4:14:41 AM
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good old schuermanns AARs gotta love them
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:53:24 AM
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Thank you Smile

Now come one the rest of you, post an introduction yourselves!

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 10:31:02 AM
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Big, innit?


Now, a bunch of Bruces are making a right fuzz about not having work, and the coppers have to keep them in line.
We can't have them behaving like Abos, now, can we?


But most Australasians prefer going to the beach instead of working anyway (hey, the Australasians' ancestors got sent here because they'd found an "alternative" to working ).


Of course, we have to go to the beach since the pool's closed.





Greeting even our enemies with true Australasian hospitality!


Training our boys for the rigors of the trenches!


Our boys in khaki

And the Australasian Flying Corps.



"Hvor fattige var de ikke, disse fiskere som levde av havets nåde! De slet sig gjennom livet uten å se sig om til høire eller til venstre. Deres gleder var få, deres bekymringer mange. Men de hadde allikevel et gemyttlig smil til den fremmede, en munter vise og en lun historie. For sånn er de, disse Sørlandets barn."

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Anders is correct.

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Yeah, Anders is right.

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I would tend to agree with Anders.

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 12:46:42 PM
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A foreshadow of what's to come...



please forgive my pathetic photoshop skills Big Grin

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 2:57:47 PM
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Gen.Schuermann wrote:
please forgive my pathetic photoshop skills Big Grin

So you are onto USNA, eh? Anyway, find some new picture, I remember seeing this somewhere already Tongue
Gen.Schuermann
Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 3:08:33 PM
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The fun thing is, this time it's PRRS ships attacking NYC.

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 3:27:31 PM
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Manned by Wehrmacht (not Kriegsmarine!) Big Grin
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 3:59:45 PM
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Manned by Wehrmacht (not Kriegsmarine!) Big Grin


Dood, i am happy enough alreadly that i got the flags halfway done.

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 6:55:41 PM
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LOL somebody went wild with Photoshop Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

And you crushed Prussia!!!!

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All your base are belong to us, eh? Sorry, but I can't help think of Jap translations into English... LOL LOL

"Hvor fattige var de ikke, disse fiskere som levde av havets nåde! De slet sig gjennom livet uten å se sig om til høire eller til venstre. Deres gleder var få, deres bekymringer mange. Men de hadde allikevel et gemyttlig smil til den fremmede, en munter vise og en lun historie. For sånn er de, disse Sørlandets barn."

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Anders is correct.

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Yeah, Anders is right.

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I would tend to agree with Anders.

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Good one hiensen LOL
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 7:59:23 PM
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Good one hiensen LOL


hehe thanks LOL
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:06:04 PM
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Anders wrote:
All your base are belong to us, eh? Sorry, but I can't help think of Jap translations into English... LOL LOL


Dont be mean Wink

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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:09:53 PM
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Anders wrote:
All your base are belong to us, eh? Sorry, but I can't help think of Jap translations into English... LOL LOL


Is that an elitist comment ? My english now what's next you noob ? LOL
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:19:41 PM
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Please, Anders and Hiensen, just drop it. That elitist comment was not needed Anders. Can you drop your little war here and now? It's getting annoying.

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If he could stop his useless and silly comments that might help.
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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:30:12 PM
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Don't be so prickly, take it in good humor as it's meant.

"Hvor fattige var de ikke, disse fiskere som levde av havets nåde! De slet sig gjennom livet uten å se sig om til høire eller til venstre. Deres gleder var få, deres bekymringer mange. Men de hadde allikevel et gemyttlig smil til den fremmede, en munter vise og en lun historie. For sånn er de, disse Sørlandets barn."

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Anders is correct.

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lol, nice one hiensen, how come the "barbarian worlds" map is twisted Big Grin? I guess their cartographers are ignorant eh ? LOL

Anders wrote:
Don't be so prickly, take it in good humor as it's meant.

Agreed.
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Let's just drop the issue then. And post smiley's if you are being not serious.

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