World Conquest Game One
Here is the current relevant game data
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Game One is offically underway. The Data in "Game One Data" is now current for 1962.
A simplified, smaller, colour map is now available. This map is not offical but it will be for future games. This map is interactive and will be updated to reflect conquests.
New Map of Africa
World News Headlines
January 1st, 1960 - Dictators swept into power in Egpyt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania with promises of Unifying Africa.
January 2nd, 1960 - Weary super powers Russia, China, America and Britian reaffirm commitment to pacifist UN.
January 3nd, 1960 - Economic markets appear concerned with recent developments as the African pound and World Inflation Rate take a pounding. Look for recently chosen administrations to create new, independant currencies.
January 4nd, 1960 - Reports indicate a mild population boom in Egpyt. Speculation is that the new dictator may be responsible.
January 5nd, 1960 - Financial budgets are eagerly anticiapted from the new powers in Africa.
January 14th, 1960 - Hesitant Finance Ministers put the finishing touches on their first budgets for the new powers in Africa.
January 15th, 1960 - The aggression begins. Nigeria plans the first flex of its military muscle. Reactions expected in UN.
January 30th, 1960 - An uneventful month passes like the eye of a storm. What will February hold?
February 28th, 1960 - Appearently nothing.
March 1st, 1960 - Beware the ides of March Cameroun and The Togo Group. Will the first blood be spilt in Africa this month?
March 15th, 1960 - WAR! Invasions begin on two fronts today as Nigeria marches into The Togo Group and Cameroun.
March 22nd, 1960 - Victory! Nigeria's invasion of Cameroun is quick and painless.
March 30th, 1960 - Victory! Nigeria's invasion of The Togo Group requires more effort but still results in no Nigerian casualties
April 2nd, 1960 - In a dramatic turn of events the Ruler of Ethiopia steps down as the people send a clear mandate for peace. Interm leaders promise neutrality and new elections quickly.
April 3rd, 1960 - Hot on the heels of recent Nigerian successes Tanzania anounces plans to take control of Malawi and Burundi. Will there be any response this time?
April 30th, 1960 - Nothing but pats on the back all around for the African aggressors. What country will be next?
May 30th, 1960 - Another uneventful month.
June 3rd, 1960 - WAR! Invasions continue on two fronts today as Tanzania marches into Malawi and Burundi.
June 10th, 1960 - Flawless Victory! Troops in Malawi and Burundi never even get to fire a shot as Tanzanian armour end both "wars" from a comfortable distance.results in no Nigerian casualties
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