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  1. #91

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    Vote of No Confidence!
    The Parliament of the United Kingdom has called for a Vote of No Confidence in the Prime Minister immediately due to Prime Minister Chamberlain's ineffectiveness in keeping the peace in Europe.

    The United Kingdom calls for a Conference!
    His Majesty King George VI has personally invited the following nations to send Representatives to Buckingham Palace to attend a Conference, discussing many items of import. You may bring personal bodyguards, however, they may not bring weapons into Buckingham Palace, only the King's Guard may carry weapons on the premises, and they will ensure everyone's safety. When outside of Buckingham Palace, your bodyguards are free to openly carry weapons. Please do not wander around outside of Buckingham Palace alone without your security details. If you have no security details and wish to visit somewhere in the UK, a member of the King's Guard will be assigned to you to protect you for the duration.
    - France
    - Italy
    - Czechoslovakia
    - Yugoslavia
    - Turkey
    - Albania
    - Netherlands
    - Norway
    - Denmark
    - Iceland
    - Sweden
    - Finland

    Alert Status!
    Field Marshal General and Chief of the Imperial General Staff, Lord Sir Alan Brooke, 1st Viscount of Alanbrooke, KG, GCB, OM, GCVO, DSO, and BAR; of the British Territorial Army has placed the military on Alert Status today. No deployment plans have been made, but defensive plans have been put in place. With the shadow of the Great War looming over the world once again, Britain will defend her Island to the last man if it comes to that.

    Britain Leaves!
    In defiance, the British government has left the League of Nations and the International Criminal Police Commission.

    The United Kingdom raises it's armies!
    The General Staff of the British Army has called out an order to Great Britain and all of the Commonwealth to begin putting out recruitment campaigns to raise volunteers and increase enlistment. Young men and women of the British Empire and the Commonwealth, we must stand together to defend what is ours!

    Britain supports Czechoslovakia!
    Britain sends out their support for Czechoslovakia, the Anglican Church begins prayers for the brave soldiers of the Balkan Entente fighting for their countries, their families, their livelihoods. King George VI himself spoke on a Radio Address to the entire Commonwealth that the bravery of the Balkan Entente is a prime example of what humanity should aspire to, and that the payers of the entire Commonwealth of Great Britain are with the honorable soldiers of the Balkans. "May God watch over your shoulders, may He pick up arms and fight beside you, may He bring your sons, fathers, and brothers home safely. Freedom and Democracy must never perish from this Earth, lest we be slaves to evil, those that fight, fight for the preservation of the very ideals that civilization was built upon. God Speed to the Balkans." The King's Guard Band plays the Czechoslovakian National Anthem on their instruments within the gates of Buckingham Palace today.

    Britain calls for a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister
    Britain calls for a Conference in Buckingham Palace
    The military is placed on a defensive Alert
    Britain leaves the League of Nations and the ICPC
    Britain begins raising it's armies, and those of it's entire Commonwealth.
    Britain supports the Balkan Entente
    Last edited by MajesticBiscuit; 01-15-2019 at 11:31 PM. Reason: Fixed spelling errors

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    Czechoslovak Republic- April #3

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    The Czechoslovak Republic Accepts British Invitation to Conference

    Though the Czechoslovak Republic is embroiled in a large scale war, as well as being brutally invaded. The Republic has decided to send a delegation to the conference regardless, due to the U.K’s cordial support to the Balkan Entente, and their support for the freedom and sovereignty of the Czechoslovak nation. Hopefully an agreement can be reached to once again bring peace to Europe.
    Last edited by thecow567; 02-23-2019 at 02:18 AM.

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    The Republic of Finland declines the invitation to the conference

    The Prime Minister Aimo Cajander said the following: “While we of course appreciate the gesture, we feel that participating in such a conference that is missing certain key representatives is unfair. We also feel that the goal of of the conference is too vague and attending it would make our neutrality questionable.”
    Last edited by Ottovski; 01-16-2019 at 02:50 PM.

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    "Съединението прави силата"


    Following the Romanian invitation as of last week the Royal Household has announced that His Majesty Boris III of Bulgaria will be paying a state visit to Romania in order to have a meeting with his northern counterpart. It is the hope of His Majesty and His Government that such a visit might serve to further improve relations between our two great nations even as our neighbours find themselves at war the Bulgarian Government is hoping to improve on the amicable relationship we have enjoyed in the past.


    With the failure of the League to settle disputes and prevent conflict between nations over such disputes for which it was created and the departure of numerous important powers from the organisation the League of Nations has proven itself to be yet another failed attempt at creating lasting peace. Therefor the Bulgarian Government no longer has any interest in continued membership of this "uncouth masquerade" and has subsequently decided to withdraw from it in entirety.

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    Yugoslavia leaves league of nations.

    The Yugoslav government considers the peace-keeping efforts of the League a complete and total failure, as evidenced by the second great war that is now engulfing Europe, in which we are now involved. Indeed when Germany marched into Austria not a single finger was lifted by The League of Nations. Every action the League HAS taken so far has amounted to little more than a waste of quality paper, and Yugoslavia see's it's continued membership in the organization a waste of our statesmen's time.
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    Sweden accepts Ireland's formal apology
    As a sign of goodwill, Sweden accepts the apology and announces to "forget everything what happened the last weeks"

    Trade offer send to Finnland
    Sweden would like to extend and deepen the relations to Finnland and its people, therefore a trade deal is seen as a good start. Also, Sweden would like to offer the same terms to Finnland as it did to Norway and Denmark.

    Invitation from the UK accepted
    Sweden will send a delegation from our ministry of foreign affairs to attend the conference. Still, the Swedish Gouvernement would like to point out that this conference would make more sense if the Soviet Union and Germany would attend as well, Sweden would like to help to organize a ceasefire before

  7. #97

    Norway - April

    "Enige og tro inntil Dovre faller"

    Norway Expresses Sorrow Over the Czechoslovak Conflict

    It was with regret that the Norwegian Ambassador to France, who represented Norway at the recent Paris summit, notified the Ministry of Foreign Affairs war has been declared in the Sudetenland. Extensive diplomatic negotiations have since ensued, and it is the hope of Norway that a ultimately peaceful resolution to the conflict can be achieved. The Prime Minister and the King are expected to give speeches later in the week to address and reassure the people.

    Invitation to the UK Meeting Accepted

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that Norway will send a delegation to the meeting in the UK. The delegation will be headed by Kornelius Bergsvik, Minister of Finance, and will be composed of top aides from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Trade, and Finance. "Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the meeting in person." said Prime Minister Nygaardsvold in a speech this morning, "However, I have full confidence in the assembled delegation that they will proudly represent our great Kingdom and aid in the search for peace on Europe. All members have been fully briefed and the utmost faith has been placed in each and every one of them." When asked by a press member what he expected to come from the meeting, he replied, "I would caution against thinking a grand solution will come from this meeting. It is an important step, but given the regrettable decision of not inviting the Soviet Union or Germany, we are unsure of how comprehensive any agreement will be. All I will say is that Norway hopes for lasting peace, and that this meeting will take strides on achieving that goal."

    Military Reformation to be Given a Second Vote

    A comprehensive bill, first proposed by the Minister of Defense in order to expand and reform the military, is now being given a second vote. "Given recent actions across Europe, and recent exchanges with fellow nations, we have decided to put forth Minister Monsen's military reforms again." said Prime Minister Nygaardsvold. The bill was narrowly voted down when first proposed nearly two months ago, but given recent turmoil many are not surprised at it's revival. The reform would include expansion of the military to 100,000 men, establishing a 14-weeklong basic training regimen, the establishment of a new Officer training school, and small command structure improvements. Several other measures have been proposed, such as proposals to leave the League of Nations or further expand the Royal Navy.

  8. #98

    The Republic of Finland declines the Swedish trade offer

    Finland has enough trade deals for now and will keep following their neutral foreign policy.

  9. #99

    "Nihil Sine Deo"

    A new King!
    As of today, 20th of April 1938, His Majesty King Carol II has abdicated the Romanian throne, stating that he does not feel capable enough to deal with the current internal and external issues present in the country, in favour of his son, Prince Michael I, who from now on shall be known as King Michael I of Romania. Long may he reign!

    King Michael attending a parade

    The Iron Guard
    Due to recent events, the new King of Romania, Michael I, have had a meeting, together with Prime Minister Ion Antonescu, with the leaders of the Legionary Movement, Corneliu Zelea Codreanu and Horia Sima. The Iron Guard are to enter service as the new State Police, as they swore complete loyalty to the crown, country and God.

    Prime Minister Ion Antonescu and Horia Sima, giving a public speech

  10. #100

    Iceland has run out of Sticks and Dogs
    Since the creation of the Icelandic Defense Force, Iceland has been attempting to train its countrymen in the ways of defense and protection of their homeland. However in the months of training of searching the land, the military of the Island is left with no more sticks and dogs as to train with and improve upon its acting military. Iceland would gladly take any donations of weapons, whether old or new, from any nation so as to protect the Island that they call home.

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