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« on: April 17, 2011, 10:04:30 pm »
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Following World War I, the world's super powers agree to form a one world government. However, it would only cover the nations that agreed to joint the League of Nations (feel free to add more as we go along).

The first presidential elections will be in 1920. At the time of the first elections, the World Government's jurisdictions will cover the following countries:

Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, the British Empire (including the UK, Canada, Australia, India, Bangladesh, Burma, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, China (including Taiwan), Colombia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, El Salvador, France, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Persia (Iran), Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Siam (Thailand), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia.

Also, remember all of the colonies covered by the above counties, include all of the British Empire, French colonies (so all of Africa, save Ethiopia), and parts of the Middle East (Yemen, the Gulf States, Transjordan, Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Kuwait), also Korea & Indochina.

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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2011, 08:55:25 am »
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1920 : Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré


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« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2011, 09:37:52 am »
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Willing to reach more balanced relations with Germany, Baldwin decides to drop Poincaré, but doesn't want to appear to be too germanophile and picks Tomas Masaryk, another respected great figure, intended to please the US and to set a stronger basis in the young Central European states.

The ticket easily prevails in this reconstruction period.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin / Tomas Masaryk


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« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2011, 10:41:07 am »
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1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin / Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

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« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2011, 01:13:16 pm »
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The 1929 crisis brings down the CDP/LRP and leads to the first alternance.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore

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The 1929 crisis brings down the CDP/LRP and leads to the first alternance.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Adolf Hitler/Benito Mussolini
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« Reply #6 on: April 18, 2011, 04:48:09 pm »
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The 1929 crisis brings down the CDP/LRP and leads to the first alternance.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Adolf Hitler/Benito Mussolini
Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
National Populist Party (Facism/Socialism)

Not happening. Hitler/Mussoilini would never win nothing in the world... and not as socialist... but, anyways...
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« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2011, 04:49:04 pm »
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The 1929 crisis brings down the CDP/LRP and leads to the first alternance.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Adolf Hitler/Benito Mussolini
Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
National Populist Party (Facism/Socialism)

Not happening. Hitler/Mussoilini would never win nothing in the world... and not as socialist... but, anyways...
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The 1929 crisis brings down the CDP/LRP and leads to the first alternance.

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Adolf Hitler/Benito Mussolini
1940: Manuel Azaña/Franklin Delano Roosevelt


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People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
National Populist Party (Facism/Socialism)
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« Reply #9 on: April 18, 2011, 04:54:06 pm »
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You guys have forgotten to add countries along the way. Neither Germany nor the US had joined, but I guess we'll have to assume they have had at this point Tongue
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« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2011, 03:28:00 am »
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Come on, let's take it back and try to respect the rules. Wink

1920 : Stanley Baldwin / Raymond Poincaré
1924 : Stanley Baldwin /Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932 : Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore

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« Reply #11 on: April 19, 2011, 04:22:41 am »
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Guys, Baldwin wasn't that prominent figure in 1920. In fact, when he became later Prime Minister, it's only because Lord Curzon was glued to his seat in the Lords.
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« Reply #12 on: April 20, 2011, 08:40:44 am »
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Having outweighed the more bellicist Ramsay MacDonald and Edouard Daladier in a hard-fought primary, Hansson and Torcuato de Alvear cruise to the general election, as the failures of Vargas and the remaining economic crisis favour a center-left victory.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement

(what do we do in 1940 ? we've got a problem with the League of Nations... Wink)
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Having outweighed the more bellicist Ramsay MacDonald and Edouard Daladier in a hard-fought primary, Hansson and Torcuato de Alvear cruise to the general election, as the failures of Vargas and the remaining economic crisis favour a center-left victory.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement

(what do we do in 1940 ? we've got a problem with the League of Nations... Wink)
I think we should include every country, to make this easier.
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« Reply #14 on: April 20, 2011, 02:22:44 pm »
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Mmmm... 1940 is 1940... a Churchill/Chiang ticket would have been fun and probably efficient Wink
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« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2011, 04:05:45 pm »
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With more and more tense relations against Germany, Italy and Japan, foreign policies quickly become the main theme of the debates, outweighing the administration's economic successes. The proponents of the "though line" win in 1944 and shortly after, war breaks up with the axis.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
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1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin HanBen Chifleysson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
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« Reply #17 on: April 20, 2011, 09:07:46 pm »
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Remember, you may add countries, but include a note as to why that would transpire.
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« Reply #18 on: April 21, 2011, 04:40:05 am »
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After the end of WW2, the Cold War pushes the communist areas out of the "World".
The Azaña/Chifley administration is perceived as weak and wasteful in front of new threats.
And the "World" is more... global now.
Chiang Kaï-Shek was first considered by Ike, but viewed as now too bellicose and corrupt; his hour is over. Inönü emerged as a way to represent countries from the South while still taking things under control...

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
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Eisenhower easily reelected.
BTW, following WW2, former fascist countries have been integrated to the union.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü


Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
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Eisenhower easily reelected.
BTW, following WW2, former fascist countries have been integrated to the union.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1960: Juscelino Kubitschek/Antonio Segni

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
Green - Christian Democrat Party - centrist, christian and agrarian party.
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The Kubitschek presidency is a mess and the tickets with Americans (Nixon and LBJ) are outrageous for many southern peoples, so the new rally, Patriots of the World, succeeds in grasping power.

But Nehru dies almost immediately and the VP turned president is forced to pick another bigwig from the South.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1960: Juscelino Kubitschek/Antonio Segni
1964: Jawaharlal Nehru/Charles de Gaulle
1964: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
Christian Democrat Party - centrist, christian and agrarian party
Patriots of the World - anti-federalist rally, rather statist and reaching across the political spectrum
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The Kubitschek presidency is a mess and the tickets with Americans (Nixon and LBJ) are outrageous for many southern peoples, so the new rally, Patriots of the World, succeeds in grasping power.

But Nehru dies almost immediately and the VP turned president is forced to pick another bigwig from the South.

President De Gaulle has a huge popularity in Europe, America and also in Asia. He's reelected unnoposed by major parties.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1960: Juscelino Kubitschek/Antonio Segni
1964: Jawaharlal Nehru/Charles de Gaulle
1964: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
1968: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
Christian Democrat Party - centrist, christian and agrarian party
Patriots of the World - anti-federalist rally, rather statist and reaching across the political spectrum
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After 8 years of power, the De Gaulle administrations appears old and out of touch with the society's recent evolutions. A renewed left quickly emerges and in 1972, lead to Trudeau's victory over De Gaulle.

1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1960: Juscelino Kubitschek/Antonio Segni
1964: Jawaharlal Nehru/Charles de Gaulle
1964: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
1968: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
1972 : Pierre Trudeau/Willy Brandt

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
Christian Democrat Party - centrist, christian and agrarian party
Patriots of the World - anti-federalist rally, rather statist and reaching across the political spectrum
Social-Liberal Alliance (a merger of the SDCM with minor center-liberal parties)
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1920: Stanley Baldwin/Raymond Poincaré
1924: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk
1928: Stanley Baldwin/Tomas Masaryk

1932: Getulio Vargas/John Horne Blackmore
1936: Per Albin Hansson/Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear
1940: Per Albin Hansson/Manuel Azaña
1944 : Winston Churchill/Edvard Benes
1948: Manuel Azaña/Ben Chifley
1952: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1956: Dwight Eisenhower/Ismet Inönü
1960: Juscelino Kubitschek/Antonio Segni
1964: Jawaharlal Nehru/Charles de Gaulle
1964: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
1968: Charles de Gaulle/Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
1972 : Pierre Trudeau/Willy Brandt
1976: Harold Wilson/Jimmy Carter

Conservative democratic party (center-right) / Liberal republican party (center-right)
People's Party (populist, economically interventionist but anti-socialist)
Social Democratic and Civic Movement
Rally for defense of Democracy (a broad and trans-ideological coalition advocating for tough policies against fascism)
Christian Democrat Party - centrist, christian and agrarian party
Patriots of the World - anti-federalist rally, rather statist and reaching across the political spectrum
Social-Liberal Alliance (a merger of the SDCM with minor center-liberal parties)
The Alliance of the Left and Social Democrats (ALSD) - Moderate democratic socialist party, ardently centre-left. More left-wing splinter party that developed shortly after the formation of the SLA.

Harold Wilson steps down as the British Prime Minister from the Westminster Assembly in April 1976 to run for President.


There is, of course, an obvious right-wing 1980 couple...
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