I'm pretty sure being in this room without being major landed nobility is a great way to get strangled for delivering the wrong kind of mineral water.
In this world with all these nobilities and where all the influencers, famous politicians and role model are royals , Japan doesn't have an emperor.
Neither do Brazil, a country that usually keep their monarchy in Alternate History.
I love it.
The lack of china is worrying, morally speaking, especially with this seemingly militaristic japan...
Man did Anderson get lucky. His first set of base rolls were a 75, 78, 99, 69, and 90 out of 100 (for an average of 82.2). His foreign policy rolls across both terms were 99 and 90. The man made the Soviets look like absolute fools multiple times. The only bad roll he got was the economy toward in his second term which took a serious downturn, though Willkie still managed a narrow electoral victory (a Pyrrhic one, as one can see in the portraits chosen by TTL's Wikipedia editors).
So how do you do the rolls/decide what to roll for? I'm genuiently curious.