Triyun Posted April 10, 2011 Report Share Posted April 10, 2011 In the weeks following the victory in the Fourth Sino-Japanese War, the city of Vladivostok's port had become home to a significant presence of People's Liberation Army personnel. Japan's most important continental port was now the head quarters for the entire Siberian Authority. With Vladivostok in Federation hands, the orders were given to begin a withdrawal from Waypoint R to make way for the construction of the Austrian quarter of Ehestadt. Vladivostok which in time would become part of Ehestadt would have the Japanese and Russian areas left largely intact intended to become quarters of Ehestadt itself. The massive naval port would become a closed military part of the city as it had been under the Soviet Union. A Chinese quarter would be planned out as well in the far north of the Peninsula. A plane would arrive, leaving the military victory parades of Nanjing, to Vladivostok carrying August Imperator Jia and Princess Theresia who would break ground on the construction. This time though rather than the rugged wilderness areas of Waypoint R, Vladivostok's finest government palaces would be where they would stay. The Vladivostok itself had suffered little damage except for the port and a few outlying air defenses as the Federation had been in a position to capture it without needing to significantly degrade its capabilities making it one of the less smoldering craters in the former Japanese Empire. Jia looked out the window as the plane came to a halt after landing. The ease at which the Empire of Japan fell had left him a bit disappointed, China's historic rival had been defeated by predecessors only after a long campaign. He had one in less than two days. Militarily a great triumph, but from a grand historic perspective it would make for much worse epic biographies that those of previous conquerors. He turned to Theresia. "Time to play the conquering heroes." he said. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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