My god that sentence. Took me three rereads to understand what was being said.The 1947 elections to the Rikstag in Sweden were “snap elections” called by the “Congress for National Unitarianism”, Sweden’s ruling party after German trade pressure forced the Coalition on National Unitarianism, a weird coalition of Unitarian and nationalist political parties united by a populist hatred of the elite and resentment of the “mutilated victory” that Sweden recieved after the Great European War and held together by the charismatic leadership of Leonard Ekblad, a Great European War-era hero turned politician, who was already 78 by the time of said election, which was held on May 26, to adopt democratic reforms which rescinded electoral laws implemented in 1936 which benefited the CNU, who won the 1940 and 1945 elections by a wide margin (helped by bribery of opposition figures and some harassment of the noisier opposition).
East Africa never negotiated a separate peace with the US, they simply never ended up embroiled in the war against the Western powers thanks to the Gondor Agreement, and their war with EASA had been a paper one since the beginning. Oceania, on the other hand, is in a wildly different position, their war with the US is much more real, so the same book won't work in this situation.Have the Oceanians been taking a page from the East Africans' book and trying to negotiate a separate peace with the US? Also, how thorough have post-Bloody Sunday purges have been? How many people with only a vague connection to the coup attempt if not totally innocent have been purged?