I’m not picky, i’m fine with whatever there is (but if you need to narrow it down i’d like somewhere mountainous)
Preferably in PA (near philly) but not to far from the Appalachians if possible
Vratio sam se, drugovi! Time to take over Eastern Europe again...
Good morning, or whatever time it is where you are! How's your nation today?
In the distance the residences of occupied Gibraltar see what seems like football fields of steel pushing the vast sea out of its path. Then they hear the King's anthem playing and understand, a conflict is brewing over the horizon.
At one-hundred one hundred hours today, the Royal Navy is now in firing distance of the 'Rock of the Empire.' Around forty-two frigates, one aircraft carrier, twelve destroyers, thirty-five corvettes, and two battleships, the largest naval fleet in recorded Romanian history approached the large city of Gibraltar with friendly warplanes buzzing overhead.
Without firing yet the Royal Navy demands that the expansionist federation of British Soviets to stand down before they have countless of civilian's blood on their hands. The King as well personally notifies the so-called Syndicalists if they do not change their imperialistic ways Overseer Arthur Horner will see the aftermath of Kentshire from the last great global conflict in London and Louisiana.
Oh hi there
Invasion of Transamur
Neo-Manchuria, after many failed diplomatic missions for the return of ancestral Manchurian lands to Neo-Manchuria, has been left no other option other than to go to war for Vladivostok and the Pacific Coast stopping at the Amur River. The ultimatum was issued and rejected by Transamur leading to war with the 37th Calvary charging into Transamur with artillery support from the rear. The Battle of Lake Khanka ended with Neo-Manchurian victory after peppering Transmurian troops with artillery and repeated charges against their frontlines. Neo-Manchirian troops made their way to Vladivostok with the bombing campaign over Transamur lasting for a couple of days crushing the defenses allowing for a swift capture of Vladivostok. Khabarovsk was made the new capital of Transamur leading to the extension of the war. The battles were bloody to reach their new capital but all must be sacrificed to bring Outer Manchuria back into Neo-Manchuria. Calvary proved to not be enough to capture Transamur. The drafting of new soldiers began for the first Neo-Manchurian tank divisions outfitted with old Soviet Tanks found from the invasion of Manchuria. The tech helped the pushes up to the Amur river. Eventually, the Battle for Transamur's new capital began and went horribly with Neo-Manchuria's Army forced to retreat and regroup for new attacks to capture the city. The 2nd battle led to a victory. The surrender of Transamur ensued and the Treaty of Harbin allowed the annexation of Outer Manchuria up to the Amur River. All citizens of Transamur located in the annexed territory are made citizens by the Treaty of Harbin. Vladivostok will be renamed Haishenwai.
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British Soviets ventures to Philadelphia:
Upon hearing reports of a new socialist nation to the south of the New England Syndicate, the Federal Syndicalist Council of New England travels down to the city of Philadelphia to establish relations with the nation. It proposes the freedom of movement (of people and goods) through New English and Philadelphian territory. The Council also extends an invitation to the World Syndicate Organisation (WSO). Philadelphian Free Territories