I always wondered how you would solve the Africa problem but you did my one question how will the German colonies survive
Thanks! As it turns out, combat between colonies in WWI wasn't actually that popular amongst colonists, and it was the regimes overseeing them in Europe that brought the war to Africa, with the exception of South Africa. With South Africa out of the way, it causes a chain reaction in which nearly all of Africa winds up being neutral for the majority of the Great War.So ... after some deqaths of at their time quite prominent Boers ... the colonies 'draw' on the 'neutrality-clause' of the Congo-conference the german State Sekretaryfor the empires Colonies Wilhelm Solf tried to invoke IOTL and expand it under the leadership of an independent-minded South-Africa.
I'm working on my timeline Das Ewige Reich right now, and I hope to get out the update on that in the upcoming weeks. After that is a Dreams of Liberty update, so Chapter Three will probably come out in January. I apologize that this takes a long time, but that's what happens when you are writing three timelines.
- Could we get a update on the update? Pls
Things will get bad in South America, although the worst for that continent will come after the conclusion of the Great War.err... wow. Looks like the entire world is going to shit (except South America bacause OF COURSE.)
The war will primarily stay in Europe. Conflicts in North America will be their own speparate event, although that's not to say that the Western Hemisphere will completely stay out of the Great War.On the other hand, looks like this 2nd 30 years war is a TRUE World War, and not just a European war with some overseas sideshows.
The 1920s will become pretty politically chaotic. The war also will not have a good effect on the global economy.EDIT: The only thing I find questionable is the thing about Pelley's "Holy Realm of America". I can't see things getting bad enough to cause a 2nd american civil war for a long time.
Yes, all of the events referenced will occur in the timeline. I can understand why someone would find them implausible, and I'm happy to discuss my reasoning, however, I would prefer to do so in a conversation in order to not spoil anything.
I feel sorry for America, but this timeline seems even more thrilling.[END SPOILER]