Do it. Break the mold and do something new.Ja. Also it has Bulgaria (see the DS leader) in it, for total population of 30 million. I'm mildly curious about going back and turning this into a series (because everyone's made an American or Canadian infobox series, but who's done Yugoslavia?), if I can find a good place to start.
Correct. Poland has a extensive amount of civilian casualties here compared to the Germans.To me it looks like there are quite a few more Polish civilian deaths, which would make sense seeing as how the Germans have the monopoly on violence.
Most of the German civilian deaths were as a result of Home Army attacks in the Reichsgau Wartheland and Danzig-West Prussia near the border between them and the General Government.Still thousands of German civilian casualties in a region with a very small German population seems strange. And Nazi reprisals tended to be a lot more disproportional.
There is mandatory national service for all Americans, and very few actually receive exemptions from it. A young American can opt to join the regular military (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Rocket Force), the VISTA program (Volunteers in Service to America, still a domestic Peace Corps), the Civilian Conservation Corps (basically tree planting and gardening, a clone of the New Deal-era CCC) or the Minutemen. Most opt to join either VISTA or the CCC (which rely on a very regimental, military-esque structure), but if they want a military route, those from the Inner System often join the regular military and those from the Outer System join the Minutemen (it's rare to see it go the other way).Is there conscription in the *US, or did Sears sign up voluntarily? I have rather a hard time seeing him as a military man, TBH.
...Damn it. I got him mixed up with his pappy, Steve Shadegg, who was a Goldwater supporter in '52 and '58. Fixed it now.Nofix, John Shadegg would've been 15 in 1964. He wouldn't be eligible for the House until 1974.