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Sa'dabad Palace, Tehran

 

General Reza Pahlavi looked around the carnage that surrounded him. To his left, there lay the bodies of several guardsmen, each shot in the head. To his right was the body of one of his own men, a sergeant who had chosen to take part in this bloody little coup. And in front of him lay the Shah, or, to be more eprecise, the former Shah. One of the General's Lieutenants stepped into the room.

 

"General," he said, "The Palace is fully under our control. Our men are hunting down the last of the Palace Guard in the city."

 

"Good," responded the General.

 

"Sir, we hold the city for now, but there have been reports of some disturbances. The Savak has already broken up one potential riot, and there are looters in the suburbs. With all due respect, General, we need to address the people now, or risk loosing everything to the anarchy that is descending on the country."

 

The General nodded, slowly. "Get everything ready for a public statement. We will also need to inform the international communtiy of our, change in government."

 

"So then you do plan to declare yourself Shah?" asked the Lieutenant.

 

"No. The age of Shahs is dead, and I have killed it."

 

And with that, the Empire of Persia fell, and the bloody baptism of the Republic began.

 

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"The Republic of Persia hereby announces its existance to the world and claims sovereignty to the lands of Iran(except Kurdistan), the territories of what was once called the United Arab Emirates and the Musandam governate(hereby referred to as the Ormuz Province), and the waters of the Straits of Hormuz."

 

- General Reza Pahlavi

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Dear Republic of Persia,

It will take us a while to get used to the term "Republic" of Persia as opposed to "Empire", but as of this day, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts does hereby recognise the Republic of Persia as a legitimate nation. Hopefully our nations will work together in the future, possibly even near future. I will expect a response by letter or telegram, whichever your nation has access to.

 

Sincerely,

President Calvin Coolidge

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

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The Military of the Republic of Persia
 

Tech level(5 points): 1941
Total Infantry(10 points): 450,000
Total Tanks(10 points): 500 t-34s
Total Artillery(10 points): 200 land based naval guns

800 peices of regular artillery

Total Aircraft(25 points): 50 Il-2

250 Yak-1

Navy(10 points):8 Type VII submarines

25]2 O class destroyers

25]Various parol boats

 
Industry(10 points) Edited by Mr Director
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Current Locations and Organization of the Military of the Republic of Persia


1 Infantry Division = 50,000 Soldiers + Artillery Support

1 Tank Division = 50 tanks

1st Infantry Division: Tehran

 

1st Tank Division: Tehran

 

10th Tank Division: Tehran

 

2nd Infantry Division: Ormuz Province

 

2nd Tank Division: Ormuz Province

 

3rd Infantry Division: Ormuz province

 

3rd Tank Division: Ormuz Province

 

4th Infantry Division: Persian Gulf Coast

 

4th Tank Division: Persian Gulf Coast

 

5th Infantry Division: Indian Ocean Coast

 

5th Tank Division: Indian Ocean Coast

 

6th Infantry Division: Kurdish Border

 

6th Tank Division: Kurdish Border

 

7th Infantry Division: Kurdish Border

 

7th Tank Division: Kurdish Border

 

8th Infantry Division: Eastern Borders

 

8th Tank Division: Eastern Borders

 

9th Infantry Division: Eastern Borders

 

9th Tank Division: Easter Borders

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Greetings again, from your friends in Poland.

It is our understanding the former Shah had an elite secret police known as SAVAK, that was very effective.

The Polish Governing Junta is itself quite interested in training such a secret police force, and would be very interested in having some former, or current, SAVAK trainers from Persia to help us with the training of such a secret police, if such an arrangement is possible with Persia.

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Greetings again, from your friends in Poland.

It is our understanding the former Shah had an elite secret police known as SAVAK, that was very effective.

The Polish Governing Junta is itself quite interested in training such a secret police force, and would be very interested in having some former, or current, SAVAK trainers from Persia to help us with the training of such a secret police, if such an arrangement is possible with Persia.

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It most certainly is.

 

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Lieutenant Bakhtier, along with 100 SAVAK trainers and some translators, would be dispatched to Poland. Their occupation and the nature of their voyage would be known only to the Polish and Persian governments.

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In Teheran, things had slowly calmed down. The SAVAK had been swift and brutal in dealing with the looters, and the riots had been broken up. The few supporters that the former Shah had were rounded up and dealt with on a case-by-case manner. Soon the General's forces would in full control of the country.

 

Once things had settled down, the new government, with the General at its head of course, would set about rebuidling the nation. The former Shah had done a brilliant job of wrecking Persia. There were few road and rail systems, and those that did exist were woefully ill mantained and primitive. Electricity was unheard of. With poverty rates high, and many people looking for jobs, the government would begin an ambitious public works program, in order to improve the country and reduce unemployment. The Shah HAD left behind a large treasury at least, and it was time to put it to use.

 

A national modernization program would be put into place. Unemployed Persians would be put to work on building new rail systems and roads. New oil fields would be exploited, and considerable work would be put into diversifying the economy. Additionally, the government would begin to set up a national public school system, in order to provide ordinary Persians with an education. Slowly but steadily, Persia would be lifted from medieval to modern.

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The Military of the Republic of Persia(OOC: WIth new point system)

 

Tech Year(150 points) 1940

 

Soldiers(110 points): 1,000,000 Soldiers

100,000 Revolutionary Guard Corps

 

Tanks(200 points): 10,000 T-34

 

Artillery(100 points): 2,000 anit-aircraft pieces

1,000 Naval guns

27,000 other artillery pieces

 

Navy(40 points): 5 Type O Destroyers

90 Type VII submarines

 

Aircraft(100 points): 7,000 Supermarine Spitfire

2,000 Ju-87

1,000 Flying Fortress

 

Industry(100 points)

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Current Locations and Organization of the Military of the Republic of Persia

1 Infantry Division = 100,000 Soldiers + Artillery Support

1 Tank Division = 1,000 tanks

Revolutionary Guard Corps: Tehran

 

1st Infantry Division: Persian Gulf

 

1st Tank Division: Persian Gulf

 

2nd Infantry Division: Ormuz Province

 

2nd Tank Division: Ormuz Province

 

3rd Infantry Division: Ormuz province

 

3rd Tank Division: Ormuz Province

 

4th Infantry Division: Persian Gulf Coast

 

4th Tank Division: Persian Gulf Coast

 

5th Infantry Division: Indian Ocean Coast

 

5th Tank Division: Indian Ocean Coast

 

6th Infantry Division: Kurdish Border

 

6th Tank Division: Kurdish Border

 

7th Infantry Division: Kurdish Border

 

7th Tank Division: Kurdish Border

 

8th Infantry Division: Eastern Borders

 

8th Tank Division: Eastern Borders

 

9th Infantry Division: Eastern Borders

 

9th Tank Division: Eastern Borders

 

10th Infantry Division: Indian Ocean

 

10th Tank Divison: Indian Ocean

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Current Coastal Defences of the Republic of Persia

 

Straits of Hormuz: 100 guns on either sides of the straits, plus on various islands.

 

Rest of the Ormuz Province: 100 Guns

 

Persian gulf coastline: 400 guns

 

Indian Ocean Coastline: 400 guns

 

Various anti-landing craft structures have been built all along the coastline, in order to prevent an amphibious invasion. These structures have been carefully placed so as to no harm civilians. Additionally, hundreds of machine gun turrets and bunkers have been built in areas that could become the target of and amphibious landing.

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Military units in the Ormuz Province have been placed in a state of high alert, due to the revolution occuring on the Arabian Peninsula. Persian forces in the former Omani province of Musandam, which is now a part of Persia, have been ordered to remain especially vigilant, as forces in Arabia appear to have laid claim to Oman.

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1,000 tons of White Star has been completed. The radar network, which is based off British networks, has also been completed, and is now fully functional.

 

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The National Modernization program is now well underway. The Persian economy is improving rapidly, and unemployment is at an all-time low. The upgrading of the national transportation system is still continuing.

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Persia had survived so many brutal, long years. Now, the Republic was surrounded by chaos and insanity. Most of the world had collapsed, and the territory around Persia was in anarchy. With the country faced with massive and mounting security threats from terrorists and militias, military preparedness would be raised, and border security tightened.

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Persian Army Fights Skirmish Against Militants

 

The Persian Army has clashed with militants along the Iraqi border, a government spokesman said earlier today.

 

Witnesses confirmed this incident, and said that Persian tanks and troops were seen trading fire along the border. A total 13 Persian's were killed. 23 militants were also killed, and another 15 captured.

 

No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but a number of small militias and terrorist groups have taken control of the anarchic "White Space" regions around Persia, and pose a major threat to the Republic's existance.

 

- Fars News Agency

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Several changes have been made to the Persian military over the past few years.

 

Tech Year(150 points) 1940

 

Soldiers(110 points): 1,000,000 Soldiers

100,000 Revolutionary Guard Corps

 

Tanks(200 points): 10,000 T-34

 

Artillery(100 points): 2,000 Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns

1,000 M1919 Naval guns

7,000 Katyusha rocket launchers

10,000 BL 4.5 inch

7,000 BL 5.5 inch

3,000 BL 7.2 inch

5,000 Bofors 37mm

 

 

Navy(40 points): 1 Bismarck Class Battleship

5 Admiral Hipper cruisers

20 Type O Destroyers

60 Type VII submarines

 

Aircraft(100 points): 7,000 Supermarine Spitfire

2,000 Ju-87

1,000 Bristol Beauforts

 

Industry(100 points)

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