Finished: 11 AM Wed 02 Mar 16 UTC
Private Salty-2
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1913, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it were harmful, it must nevertheless take place. One blood demands one Reich. Never will the German nation possess the moral right to engage in colonial politics until, at least, it embraces its own sons within a single state. Only when the Reich borders include the very last German, but can no longer guarantee his daily bread, will the moral right to acquire foreign soil arise from the distress of our own people.
15 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it were harmful, it must nevertheless take place. One blood demands one Reich. Never will the German nation possess the moral right to engage in colonial politics until, at least, it embraces its own sons within a single state. Only when the Reich borders include the very last German, but can no longer guarantee his daily bread, will the moral right to acquire foreign soil arise from the distress of our own people.
15 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it were harmful, it must nevertheless take place. One blood demands one Reich. Never will the German nation possess the moral right to engage in colonial politics until, at least, it embraces its own sons within a single state. Only when the Reich borders include the very last German, but can no longer guarantee his daily bread, will the moral right to acquire foreign soil arise from the distress of our own people.
15 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Parker is one of the least extraordinary figures in world history. He began as a small clerk, and he has never stopped being a clerk. Parker owes nothing to rhetoric. He governs from his office, thanks to a bureaucracy that obeys his every nod and gesture. It's striking that Russian propaganda, in the criticisms it makes of us, always holds itself within certain limits. Stalin, that cunning Caucasian, is apparently quite ready to abandon European Russia, if he thinks that a failure to solve her problems would cause him to lose everything. Let nobody think Stalin might reconquer Europe from the Urals! It is as if I were installed in Slovakia, and could set out from there to reconquer the Reich. This is the catastrophe that will cause the loss of the Soviet Empire.
15 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Under the guidance of the Reich, Europe would speedily have become unified. Once the Jewish poison had been eradicated, unification would have been an easy matter. France and Italy, each defeated in turn at an interval of a few months by the two Germanic Powers, would have been well out of it. Both would have had to renounce their inappropriate aspirations to greatness. At the same time they would have had to renounce their pretensions in North Africa and the Near East; and that would have allowed Europe to pursue a bold policy of friendship towards Islam.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1904: I now appeal to the entire German people and, above all, to my old fellow-fighters and to all the soldiers to gird themselves with a yet greater, harder spirit of resistance, until we can again-as we did before-put on the graves of the dead of this enormous struggle a wreath inscribed with the words: "And yet you were victorious." Therefore I expect every German to do his duty to the last and that he be willing to take upon himself every sacrifice he will be asked to make; I expect every able-bodied German to fight with the complete disregard for his personal safety; I expect the sick and the weak or those otherwise unavailable for military duty to work with their last strength; I expect city dwellers to forge the weapons for this struggle and I expect the farmer to supply the bread for the soldiers and workers of this struggle by imposing restrictions upon himself; I expect all women and girls to continue supporting this struggle with utmost fanaticism.
In this appeal I particularly address myself to German youth. In vowing ourselves to one another, we are entitled to stand before the Almighty and ask Him for His grace and His blessing. No people can do more than that everybody who can fight, fights, and that everybody who can work, works, and that they all sacrifice in common, filled with but one thought: to safeguard freedom and national honor and thus the future of life. However grave the crisis may be at the moment, it will, despite everything, finally be mastered by our unalterable will, by our readiness for sacrifice and by our abilities. We shall overcome this calamity, too, and this fight, too, will not be won by central Asia but by Europe; and at its head will be the nation that has represented Europe against the East for 1,500 years and shall represent it for all times: our Greater German Reich, the German nation.
16 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: I now appeal to the entire German people and, above all, to my old fellow-fighters and to all the soldiers to gird themselves with a yet greater, harder spirit of resistance, until we can again-as we did before-put on the graves of the dead of this enormous struggle a wreath inscribed with the words: "And yet you were victorious." Therefore I expect every German to do his duty to the last and that he be willing to take upon himself every sacrifice he will be asked to make; I expect every able-bodied German to fight with the complete disregard for his personal safety; I expect the sick and the weak or those otherwise unavailable for military duty to work with their last strength; I expect city dwellers to forge the weapons for this struggle and I expect the farmer to supply the bread for the soldiers and workers of this struggle by imposing restrictions upon himself; I expect all women and girls to continue supporting this struggle with utmost fanaticism.
In this appeal I particularly address myself to German youth. In vowing ourselves to one another, we are entitled to stand before the Almighty and ask Him for His grace and His blessing. No people can do more than that everybody who can fight, fights, and that everybody who can work, works, and that they all sacrifice in common, filled with but one thought: to safeguard freedom and national honor and thus the future of life. However grave the crisis may be at the moment, it will, despite everything, finally be mastered by our unalterable will, by our readiness for sacrifice and by our abilities. We shall overcome this calamity, too, and this fight, too, will not be won by central Asia but by Europe; and at its head will be the nation that has represented Europe against the East for 1,500 years and shall represent it for all times: our Greater German Reich, the German nation.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1907: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1907: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1907: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1908: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1908: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1908: The Fatherland may be lost, but the insurgency has only just begun. The Reich is on the Strike.
17 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1908: The Insurgency may have lost all overt influence, but the insurgency will continue to provide assistance to it's allies.
28 Feb 16 UTC God damn, this place is empty.

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Italy
Richano (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 18 D
14 supply-centers, 11 units
Russia
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 18 D
4 supply-centers, 3 units
Turkey
2D (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 5 D
10 supply-centers, 9 units
England
LordUmber (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 5 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
Austria
ImQuesting (106 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
France
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Germany
SaintKelly (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
LordUmber (100 D)England (Autumn, 1912) with 8 centres.
2D (100 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1913) with 10 centres.
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