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Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2008 3:55:33 AM
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The Roman Ministry of Truth has released a newsreel detailing the Occupation of Sweden.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cunK0hq6jCA

"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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Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2008 2:04:33 PM
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lol ROFL. Nice work Thumbs Up
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Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2008 3:47:40 PM
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lol ROFL. Nice work Thumbs Up


The thing I find amusing is that they claim the planes were bombing Aarhus as that is were the Swedish government was apparently hiding out. I don't think the stupid Roman intelligence officers know what they are talking about as Aarhus was owned by the German puppet and never changed hands. More proof that Roma is merely making up the story as they go along. SE.

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Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2008 4:16:35 PM
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The thing I find amusing is that they claim the planes were bombing Aarhus as that is were the Swedish government was apparently hiding out. I don't think the stupid Roman intelligence officers know what they are talking about as Aarhus was owned by the German puppet and never changed hands. More proof that Roma is merely making up the story as they go along. SE.

ÅLAND, you coon. the island in the middle of the Baltic.
No wonder Sweden collapsed so easily: It's government doesn't even know how to read!

"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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Posted: Monday, September 22, 2008 3:32:42 PM
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Australasia

Autumn of 1938 (september through december)


After an agreement had been reached on August 29th in Tokyo regarding the end of hostilities in the Pacific between the American and Asian alliances, the remainder of the year was spent reorganizing the fighting forces of Australia. We witnessed the withdrawal of American troops from Japan, which was soon to be administered by us, while we arranged for the Palmyra chain to be left to the Confederates. The deal ensures territorial security for most of the homelands of both alliances from each other, and it is a chance the former enemies may engage in friendly relations in the future.


In Europe, the Bourbonaise army upheld its rapid advance in Sweden, and is expected to reach the arctic coast in few weeks. The Swedish defenders had to fold in Poland after week long battles around Torun, and Bourbon and Germany now control the majority of the baltic coast, while Roma captured some interior Polish land. The Swedish government has fled their last base of operations in Åland and are now operating from Teheran.

Further south, the Persian army made a bold attempt at launching an offensive into Crimea that saw them gain an apparently good foothold. However, they were soon overwhelmed by EU forces that reportedly captured a vast Persian army force. The southern European front is thus mostly unchanged from the beginning of the war. In North Africa the Persians and Africans have made great gains, and the only remainding EU-controlled areas are a few outposts in the interior of the Saharan desert. The Suez and surrounding areas were also captured by Persia.

After the conclusion of the Pacific war, the American alliance shifted their focus to the Atlantic, and launched an attack on Bourbon, whose alliance is now under attack from 2 directions. Not much land changed hands on this front, however, and so far only Iceland has fallen to the invaders. Intelligence reports says the American navy was defeated during an attempted landing in Ireland. Despite unfavourable odds, the European alliance seems to be on top of the situation, but for how long?

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Posted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008 12:57:05 AM
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VICTORY AT BURSA

After the fall of our brave and valiant allies in Sweden. A handful of Swedens most talented feild Marshals managed to escape to Persian occupied Turkey while waiting to join the rest of the exiled government in India. While king Xerxes-G was called away to attend to important matters of state, the defense of Turkey and in particular the Persian controlled side of the Isthumus was left to the Swedish generals. Like Torun and Elbing the situation was grim. A handful of green recruits made up the bulk of our defense forces, and the coming attack was certain to be by large numbers of Roman and Bourbonese troops, veteran from they're most recent victories in Sweden.

The local Persian tactical bomber sqaudrons were first ordered up on several reconnaisance missions, also as a ruse to draw in Roman and Bourbonese fighter forces as a means to give the USNAian airforce fighting hard in the Atlantic a free hand against the Bourbonese navies. Despite minimal losses, our plans worked perfectly which sore large concentrations of Roman fighter sqaudrons arrive in the area to patrol the skies. Then an unexpected attack came against our client state of Cyprus, which was met with stiff resistance and the attackers were driven reeling back into the sea. Roman and Bourbonese high command then obviously realizing that amphibious attempts against Persian holdings would prove fruitless, began massing they're army groups in Istanbul and the Dodecadenese islands.

The first attack that sore us outnumbered 3-1 was easily won by our valiant defenders which sore thousands of enemy soldiers massacred on the beaches of Bursa province. Not long afterwards, a handful of APR divisions arrived to help reinforce the now escalating hot zone along with some talented APR generals to help co-ordinate defense efforts. The second attack was repelled with the loss of thousands of European soldiers lives and equal number now taken prisoner. It is rumoured that some of the newly aquired POW's were overheard saying that they were glad to be POW's, as IL Duce was losing his temper and infact shooting his own officers for continued failures. Naturally our intellengence operatives have been unable to confirm these reports, but given the known nature of the Roman leader it is beleivable.

The EU now changed it's tactic to terror bombing of civilian infastructure and railroad junctions in Bursa, Izmit and Izmir which claimed the lives of hundreds of Persian and Turkish nationals. The newly revamped and expanded APR airforce was dispatched to help with the defense of the region against this new cowardly threat. Now having difficulties getting supplies and reinforcements to the front lines and with communications in the region damaged, re-organization and re-supplying of front line troops was taking it's time. In our slightly dissorganized state, the EU decided to attack again. Again they were slaughtered on the beaches in droves of thousands, again over a dozen Roman officers were executed for treason. At this point. Brave flyers of the APR bomber command managed to bomb the logistics of the Dodecadenese islands and reduce the military infrastructure and communications to mere rubble and also managed to inflict similar damage to Istanbul. A sortie by the new APR fighters managed to enagage the main Roman bomber sqaudrons responsible for the terror bombing in Bursa and surrounding areas. APR reported that over 1000 EU bombers were shot down effectively grounding all they're bomber sqaudrons for some time. It has also been rumoured that several Roman airforce officers have been executed for treason...

More troops were brought in by Roma and Bourbon to an effect of 4/5 - 1 odds in they're favour. The last attack was massive and the defenders of Bursa were almost caving in under the pressure of the mere numbers arrayed against them. But the eventual arrival of reserves sore the battle once again swinging in our favour. Bursa had held against numerous attacks and continues to hold. Some 100'000 EU troops are reported to have been killed in the quest for Bursa thus far and some 10'000 taken prisoner. Persian/APR losses are confirmed at 1000 troops killed and wounded, approximately 500 civilians, 1 carrier pidgeon, 6 red cross donkeys and the APR generals prize winning Shitzu dog which he vows to avenge. Will the EU continue to press they're attacks on Bursa and send yet another 100'000 of they're young troops to their deaths, or will they abandon they're campaign for the Isthumus stronghold and look at other options...


SE.

Pics from top to bottom.

New red cross flyers being distributed through Persia to get funding to accomadate new influx of POW's.
EU planes bombing civilian buildings.
Civilians of Bursa province greet APR troops as they arrive to reinforce defenses in the province.


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Posted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008 1:15:42 AM
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Saw. not sore. Saw.
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Anyway, pos´ting a nice new newspaper this week. Lots to write about.

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Posted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008 11:15:51 AM
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SE, post your AARs in thread on PI forum too plz. We need publicity Wink
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Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 4:39:29 AM
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IMPERIAL LANDS RETURNED TO RUSSIA


The new map of Eastern Europe

Moscow, Russia

Today Imperial officials announced a deal which returned Imperial lands to Russia that had been lost in previous wars of insurrection and invasions of foreign powers. "The world has come to see the might of Imperial Russia, the blood of her brave soldiers was not spent in vain," said Fedor Chicherin, the Foreign Minister of Russia, "We have retaken our rightful place among the superpowers."

In a speech commemorating the occasion on Tuesday, Gregori Zhilenkov, the Prime Minister of Imperial Russia said "We cannot thank the Chinese and Australasian people enough, nor our good friends Lin Sen and Chiang Kai-shek of China and Robert G. Menziez and Michael Joseph Savage of Australasia, for their continued support in our recent struggles. Through good friends, we carry on."

In world news, a coalition force of American, Confederate, Persian and African armies is attempting to prevent the invasion of Turkey by Bourbon and Roma. His Imperial Majesty, Kyrill Romanov called for a peace conference at the Imperial city of Stalingrad,
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H.I.M. Kyrill Romanov
Sovereign Emperor of Russia, Right Honorable Protector of the Korean Provences

Fellow Russians, dear allies, foreign friends, I come before you with a heavy heart, a weight upon my mind. This global conflict, this "World War" troubles me greatly, and it cannot be tolerated. I therefore invite the leaders of the world to a peace conference, hosted by the Imperial city of Stalingrad, wherein we shall discuss a cease fire and terms of peace, a peace in which all parties are satisfied. We must let cooler heads prevail, let not the whims or desires of a few burden the world with such a heavy weight, epically the troubled people of the Eastern Mediterranean where this conflict is centered.

I call the leaders of the world to Stalingrad, let us settle our differences as the reasonable men we are, and waste not the lives and livelihoods of millions.


A solemn statement from His Imperial Majesty. Let us hope the rest of the world is listening.
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Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:25:35 PM
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The Foreign Ministry's booklet
on the recent history of the
Republic of China


Chapter 8: Fragile Peace

With the end of the bloody pacific war and the beginning of a peaceful era over the pacific & asian region, chineese officials in cooperation with other members of the asian alliance began the slow work of rebuilding the neighbourhoods & lives destroyed by the enemy aggression. The government started a large social fund to rebuild the civilian market and inject life into the civilian industries & production of consumer goods ravaged by the war. Meanwhile the military was reorganised to be more efficient and regional garrisons were placed to counter any future aggression. No longer hampered by war, negotiations with indian representatives succeeded in forming the first seed of a local government that will take over regional duties and eventually become a new independent member of the asian alliance. Similar moves have also taken place in the australian/japaneese region to ensure prosperity for all the asian peoples.

However this fragile peace is in trouble, military analysts are alarmed over the recent events in the afro-persian/euro war. The crushing defeat of the persian/APR/sweden alliance after being attacked by Bourbon/Roma resulted in a major shift in the balance of powers in the region. The possible inability of the weaked persian army to defend turkey has created a power vacuum over turkey that europeans seem determined to exploit, which is certainly alarming news. An emergency council meeting of the asian alliance was called into session to discuss the situation. Although an agreement of non-intervention in the european affairs exists, european presense over asian territories could potentially violate such an agreement and compromise the national interests & security of members of the asian alliance as well as have far reaching consequences. Despite the calls of some hawks among the council for immediate military intervention, the asian alliance has begun significant diplomatic attempts at achieving a peaceful end to the conflict with the creation of the stalingrad summit by the russian leadership. Although skeptics doubt the success of this summit, it is believed that diplomacy can resolve the standing issues of the war and ultimately triumph over violence.

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Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:47:36 PM
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After the glorious conquest of the Axis of Evil's northernmost outpost, Sweden, our European Union's eyes turned east, towards the Persian empire.
Although our numerous assaults at the Persian Schwerpunkt of Asia Minor failed, we are assured that Final Victory belongs to us!

Special!
Our valorous cameramen have captured wondrous images of the courageous assault on Bursa. In living colour!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTeSUFZO5-4
*Authenticated by the Ministry of Truth.*


"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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Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2008 12:37:36 AM
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I find it offensive that you would use scenes from one of the greatest Australian war films ever made to speil your propaganda :-d . For those who are interested. The cavalry charge is from the movie. "The light Horsemen". It is about the Australians charge of the light horse against the fortifications and guns of Bethsheeba during the allied campaign against the Germans and Ottomans in Palestine during WW1. SE.

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Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2008 12:59:02 AM
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Just you wait until I find a way to use "Gallipoli" and "Kokoda" in my movie-AARs LOL
I'm going to defile..err... USE every Australian national icon I can get my hands on :-d

"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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Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2008 1:43:22 AM
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but bursa was an amphibous assault ? What does cavalry have to do with it ? Tongue Do you even have cavalry ? LOL
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Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2008 2:00:00 AM
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Naturally some of our troops made it ashore, the Light Armoured Brigade among them.
Besides, that film has been duly authenticated by the Ministry of Truth. Do not question the Ministry's Authority.

Next up, probably another newsreel.

"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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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 12:51:32 AM
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ROMAN WEEKLY NEWS!
Riots in Asia Minor! Persian troops attack civilian population!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG83JfM8zs8

"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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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 5:16:39 PM
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Nice, Anders Smile

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lol anders, you are brutal, no wonder you're banned from paradox LOL

and another lol for schuer, keep those interviews rolling! Thumbs Up
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lol, algerian riots against french presumably ? Big Grin That doesn't sound well for your ally LOL
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lol, algerian riots against french presumably ? Big Grin That doesn't sound well for your ally LOL

??
I thought you could read English? Too bad I couldn't subtitle it in Chinese. Then you'd be able to understand it's TURKISH civilians revolting against an oppressive PERSIAN military occupation.

Now gimme my AAR-supplies!

"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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lol, algerian riots against french presumably ? Big Grin That doesn't sound well for your ally LOL


Haha well what can you do. I am amazed that he could even find such footage. Where do you get all that footage from, anders?

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An Italian film from the late 50s called "La Bataille d'Alger".


"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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??
I thought you could read English? Too bad I couldn't subtitle it in Chinese. Then you'd be able to understand it's TURKISH civilians revolting against an oppressive PERSIAN military occupation.

Now gimme my AAR-supplies!

I could understand their arabic ...I mean turkish alright Tongue
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Here are some front line pics from the battle that took place at the fortress of Bursa. SE.

Pics from top to bottom.

Bourbonese forces assembling for an attack.
Roman forces assemble for an assault.
The thus far, impregnable fortress of Bursa.
Bourbon assaulting the defenses.
Roma attacking the defenses.
Roman and Bourbonese forces slaughtered in the masses.

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And here, directly to a musichall near you, here is the FGR's Matthias Reim in concert with the Ravenna Philharmonics, with a little song our brave troops sung as they were off fighting the Axis of Evil on the Eastern Front:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMntP7Y-dN8

(originally misposted in the Sunday AAR thread)

"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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