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  • Birthday 07/08/1965
  1. "God bless you all. This is your victory! It is the victory of the cause of freedom in every land. In all our long history we have never seen a greater day than this. Everyone, man or woman, has done their best. Everyone has tried. Neither the long years, nor the dangers, nor the fierce attacks of the enemy, have in any way weakened the independent resolve of the Accran nation. God bless you all." During the celebrations that followed the announcement of the end of the war in the Empire, Malleus and his principal colleagues appeared on the balcony of the Ministry of Health in Sydvami, and made his brief speeche to the vast crowd. After the words "This is your victory" the crowd roared back, "No-it is yours." It was an unforgettable moment of love and gratitude.
  2. OoC: Uh... There is no oil here... you may as well take your crusade elsewhere! While we're at this: The resistance was only a contingent of the former army which fought against the IronHeart revolution. This wasn't a mass resistance all over the nation, simply an isolated occurance of violance backed by a nation viewed by many here as a tyrranical, land hungry enemy. Next, the emporer wasn't the nicest of guys. Stalin seems like a pretty good comparison. Everything was under his thumb, and he used that power to keep the poor in poverty and the rich few in the kremlin... err ArnHeim. After the IronHeart overthorw, many big businesses were broken up and small businesses were almost entirely endorsed by the government while the bigger business was left to fund itself. Beacuse of this, those who were willing to work hard were rewarded with their own harvests. the rich-poor gap has shrunk drastically, and is still falling, while economic and civil progress continues on. The mass majority of the people enjoy life here, outside influence is frowned upon as it is veiwed as charity (I wasn't planning on fighting my rebels until someone jumped on the issue and highjacked it, rather I was going to negociate with myself and build a better place). As for the polling places, they had been open for a while (I seem to have fogot to mention that), and no body standing around with a gun was there to watch who voted 'for' the Prime Minister.
  3. OoC: By 'troop concentrations', I meant a group of seven grouped around a fire... Following the defeat of the resistance forces in Bregen and around the empire, and the withdrawl of foreign soldiers from Accran soils, polling stations were opened around the nation to gauge the support of the people for their government. 88% - Thought the use of force was necessary to keep the nation whole and safe from outsiders. While only 12% disagreed with the war. 90% - Think the standard of living will increase thanks to the defeat of the rebels, while 7% think things will be the same, and only 3% plan to leave the country. 95% - Insist that it is better that foreign soldiers are leaving. 2% Wish they could stay, and 3% are unsure. An overwhelming 94% of the nation supports the IronHeart rule, 5% think that more time needs to pass before they can be sure, and a miniscule 1% still support the old state.
  4. **Closing the Fist** Accra Air Command has begun dropping paratroopers in the southern fringe of the Empire with orders to cut any and all supplies coming in by land. Special Forces Groups have been dropped to destroy targets of special interest. Modernized C27s are shown preparing to deploy their passengers behind enemy lines. Most of these operations occur at night when the odds of being detected and tracked are lower. As these operations are underway, armor reinforcements made their advance on Laax and broke the rebel defenses, crusing the resistance in the city, killing or capturing a mass majority of the rebels. An alleged 107 foreigners were among those taken captive. Following the breakthrough at Laax, unparalelled air superiority has allowed strike-fighters to bomb and eliminate enemy vehicles and troop concentrations in the city of Bregen. Bregen is being surrounded as the paratrooper/commandos close in from the south and bring up a front to the east of the city, an armored assault is being assembled to the north, wolf packs sink maritime craft in the waters to the west of the port, and airstrikes have destroyed all airports in and around the city, it seems there is no where to go except hell...
  5. Accra Imperiale would like to buy 5 AN 225 Antonov cargo planes. 150 million Euros have already been wired to Vickers Co. We urge the demand for these planes is great and the sooner they can arrive, the better. (We would pay for express delivery, if that is necessary).
  6. ***Socialist Turncoat*** The resisctance has felt a schizm as High Commander Till Greir and his followers have turned against the leaders of the resistance declaring that the socialists want nothing for the people and everything for themselves. The two divisions under Greir's command have turned and opened fire on socialists in the cities around Bregen and have stolen or destroyed mamss amounts of the supplies intended to defend Bregen. Thousands have been reported dead and even more wounded. There are also claims that the resistance fighters have been grouping together and shooting civilians believed to support the turncoats. In the midst of the chaos, government troops have been moving closer and closer to Bregen as air cover and tactical strikes ensure that no more disasters will occur like that of Laax. Air superiority fighters have been called into the theatre as well as an increase in strike fighters. Strike fighters have been called in to destroy ground targets and limit the enemy's ability to defend the cities. Air superiority fighters ensure that no more strike craft and devestate government armor columns. Specifications have been with-held to make sure that Mongol-Swedish fighters will be unsure as to what they are expected to engage, should they engage at all.
  7. The Ministry of Defense promised today, that rebels can expect more and more pressure and firepower as production of military equipment and vehicles was increased 200%. Over one hundred more vehicles and seven thousand soldiers have been dispatched to the southwest as the effort the rid the Imperiale of socialist influence. The battle for Laax has begun as government soldiers and tanks roll into the city from the north and east. Artillery and Airstrikes have obliterated the bridges in the southern quarter of the city. With the spans over the canal brought into the water, little hope is left for rebels to flee the city through the south. Reports indicate that a majority of the rebels in the northern flank of the city have surrendered and even offered intelligence in hopes of negociating thier freedom.
  8. Prime Minister Malleus made a statement countering the propoganda from the Mongol-Swede news organization. He expressed that the picture of a burial was of double agents who had been working to undermine the revolutionary effort in the previous fighitng. He also mentioned that he never authorized any attack on a field hospital or humanitarian facility, ever. Any assault on such facilities is being investigated. The counter offensive aimed at Bregen hit a milestone today as the 121st armoured brigade broke the enemy line near Laax (a town about 70 miles away). Precision artillery strikes have been called into the city in effort to break the enemy fortifications before the assault on the city begins. The Ministry of Defense remarks that no civilian casualites have been reported. Crew 4 Armament One M08A1 105mm rifled gun; or 120mm gun [K1A1 one 7.62mm co-axial machine-gun; one 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine-gun; 12 smoke discharges (six on each turret) Armour Composite Length (including main armament) 31ft 9in (9.67m) length (hull) 24ft 6in (7.48m) width 11ft 10in (3.60m) height 7ft 5in (2.25m) Weight 112,335 lb (51,000kg) [53.2 tons K1A1] Ground Pressure 12.23 lb/in sq (0.86kg/cm sq) Engine Road speed 40 mph (65km/h) range 310 miles (500km) vertical obstacle 3ft 4in (1.0m) trench 9ft 0in (2.74m) gradient 60? The K-1 rolls across the ground on hard rubber tracks at 40 miles per hour. Its crew sits inside a four-inch thick aluminum alloy shell. It can carry forty-six 105 mm shells that scream out of the canon to a range of 30 kilometers. The laser sighting system guarantees the highest level of accuracy in any conditions. This "hunt to kill" targeting system can even account for wind velocity. The targeting system is proven to be perfect between 400 and 8,000 meters.
  9. Several GBU-28 (Guided Bomb Unit) were deployed to destroy an underground supply cache in the west. All three of the bombs penetrated and exploded within the complex. Fires were seen burning within the area for hours after the strike as well as multiple explosions following the initial blasts. An exact number of casualties is unkown at this time, but the Minister of Defense has remarked that he believes several commanders of the resistance were killed in the attack. Military logistics believes that this will limit the effectiveness of rebel attacks on government forces as they begin pushing into the west. The Minister of Defense also noted that over 100 rebels have been captured by covert operations in the west. Of these 100, 17 are known foreigners. The captives have been taken to an undisclosed location in the east for interrogation and imprisonment. He reassures that all prisoners of war are treated humanely by government forces.
  10. Airstrikes have been called in to destroy the rebel supply elements in an attempt to sever the enemy from reinforcements by air and land, while submarine 'wolf packs' have been dispachted to gaurd the waters and prevent Mongol-Swede reinforcements from breaching Accran shores. Also, workers have begun construction of a 'coastal wall' along the beaches to make landing on Accran shores next to impossible. Journalists who have been to the wall compare it to that of the one built by the Germans during WWII. Bunkers, machine guns, mortars, tank barriers, barbed wire and thousands of mines are being devoted to the coast. This photo captures merely a small section of the wall.
  11. To: Rekamgil, Secretary of Foreign Affairs From: Prime Minister Malleus, Accra Imperiale "We are steadfast in our dedication to defeat the socialists and rid them from our coasts. No matter the cost, we shall win through and crush this reistance and will humiliate the Mongol-Swedish army. Their homeland is of little interest to this parliament. I do not want to invade them directly, I simply wish that foreign nations could respect the boundries and territorial integrity of their fellow nations. It should be known that there can be peace in our time, but there must be prerequesites, and there are. But until they can be met, there will be only war..."
  12. "I have, myself, full confidence that if all do their duty, if nothing is neglected, and if the best arrangements are made, as they are being made, we shall prove ourselves once again able to defend our home, to ride out the storm of war, and to outlive the menace of tyranny, if necessary for years, if necessary alone. At any rate, that is what we are going to do. That is the resolve of this Government-every man of them. That is the will of Parliament and the nation. The Accran Empire and the IronHeart Republic, linked together in their cause and in their need, will defend to the death their native soil, aiding each other like good comrades to the utmost of their strength. Even though large tracts of our Empire and many old and famous States have fallen or may fall into the grip of the Gestapo and all the odious apparatus of socialist rule, we shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in Bregen, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our nation, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this nation were subjugated and starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the Fleet, would carry on the struggle, until, in God's good time, the New Generation, with all its power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the Old."
  13. Welcome to Fort Schmerz! I'm guessing someone who plays NS... I might be right this time...
  14. Prime Minister Malleus made a speech to the Grand Assembly of Accra to inform the world of his ambitions dealing with the resistance in Bregen. "...I say to this assembly as I said to ministers who have joined this government, I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat. We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We have before us many, many months of struggle and suffering. You ask, what is our policy? I say it is to wage war by land, sea, and air. War with all our might and with all the strength God has given us, and to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark and lamentable catalogue of human crime. That is our policy. You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word. It is victory. Victory at all costs - Victory in spite of all terrors - Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no survival. Let that be realized. No survival for the Accran Empire, no survival for all that the Accran Empire has stood for, no survival for the urge, the impulse of the ages, that mankind shall move forward toward his goal. I take up my task in buoyancy and hope. I feel sure that our cause will not be suffered to fail among men. I feel entitled at this juncture, at this time, to claim the aid of all and to say, "Come then, let us go forward together with our united strength." A moment of silence past, then one of the Assembly members stood and said "All in favor of waging war with the resistance and their deplorable allies from the south, let him stand and say Aye." Slowly, rows of Assembliants stood and murmured their word. "Again then, let us say AYE!" "The room shook with a single 'aye'. Then other members of the Assembly stood and mentioned their support. "I can see no one in this room still sitting. Does anyone yet object to our declaration of war on the enemy of the state?" No one spoke. "Then it is so, we shall prepare for war. Prime Minister Malleus, as acting head of the armed forces, you have the support and command of the Grand Assembly to prepare for, and wage war with the enemy in our south. God be with you."
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