Soviet Victory: Official Thread

Thanks. Looks very interesting. I haven't seen a lot of TLs where Antarctica gets non-research settlements with governments and everything. Who has settlements in Antarctica? The countries with claims OTL? Also, what's the story behind Itztla's name?
 
Very cool. Interesting that the British would use an Aztec god's name. Sorry for asking all these questions, but What's with the piece of international land on the peninsula?
Oh, it was named by a settler who also happened to be an Aztec Mythology enthuisiast
 
Do they have any sort of agreements with Quebec and the Maritimes over trade on the Saint Lawrence river? Without direct access to the Atlantic (other than through Nunavut), that must be a pain.
 
Do they have any sort of agreements with Quebec and the Maritimes over trade on the Saint Lawrence river? Without direct access to the Atlantic (other than through Nunavut), that must be a pain.
Yes, the St. Lawrence Free Trade Agreement. The Document outlines that Acadia, Quebec, and Canada can't claim any of the River or Gulf of St. Lawrence. Also, just recently, Quebec has made a trade agreement with Canada, saying that Canada can use Quebec's ports as long as Quebec gets a cut of the profit. Publically owned Canadian Companies are taxed 15%, and Privately owned Canadian Companies are taxed 25%. Of course, Quebecois ships and goods have priority over the Canadian ones. In return, Canada has entered into a 100% Free Trade with Quebec, allowing Quebec to get it's needed goods for cheaper.
 
Yes, the St. Lawrence Free Trade Agreement. The Document outlines that Acadia, Quebec, and Canada can't claim any of the River or Gulf of St. Lawrence. Also, just recently, Quebec has made a trade agreement with Canada, saying that Canada can use Quebec's ports as long as Quebec gets a cut of the profit. Publically owned Canadian Companies are taxed 15%, and Privately owned Canadian Companies are taxed 25%. Of course, Quebecois ships and goods have priority over the Canadian ones. In return, Canada has entered into a 100% Free Trade with Quebec, allowing Quebec to get it's needed goods for cheaper.
Well, that's better than nothing, haha. Do they have any agreements with the other post-USA countries?

Also back on page one, does the Netherlands still have a monarch? Or was that just you leaving the Coat of Arms with a crown in the wikibox?
 
Well, that's better than nothing, haha. Do they have any agreements with the other post-USA countries?

Also back on page one, does the Netherlands still have a monarch? Or was that just you leaving the Coat of Arms with a crown in the wikibox?
They still do have a monarch- though, the monarch has no power and can't receive any special treatment from the government (even though they are recognized as the monarch). They're still rich, however, just not as rich as they would be.
 
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