Kaiserreich: Legacy of the Weltkrieg

What is tank technology like in the Kaiserreich universe? It was my understanding that Germany was ironically quite behind the times since the Entente's tanks weren't able to turn the tide, while red and sand France and red and snow Britain still made some experiments with them. The United States would be behind without getting involved in WWI, unless Christie still makes tanks, while the massive use of armored trains in the Russian civil war could have inspired the army to experiment with tanks like it did for the USSR.
 
SLAVA SAVINKOV! SLAVA RODINA!

I'm actually super psyched for the Russia rework. From the sound of it it sounds like Savinkov's trying to pull a Hitler without the same prep work that Hindenburg inadvertently did for Hitler.
Honestly one of the more interesting aspects of it for me is Savinkov explicitly rejecting monarchy- he seems much more opposed to it in his rhetoric, based on the trailer, than Hitler was to the Hohenzollerns. This does make sense given that his main opponent will be a conservative monarchy rather than a Communist state, but it could lead to him having to purge some monarchist officers.
 
What if the UoB didn't fall to syndicalism, but there was still a revolution throwing out the monarchy and became a socialist leaning Republic?
Would that really change much? Would they stay out of the International?
 
What if the UoB didn't fall to syndicalism, but there was still a revolution throwing out the monarchy and became a socialist leaning Republic?
Would that really change much? Would they stay out of the International?
Why would they do that? The Commune of France is right there to encourage syndicalism, and a social democratic state would have no reason not to keep a ceremonial monarchy.
 
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