- Main article: Generic national focus tree
El Salvador, lacking a unique national focus tree, uses the generic national focus tree instead.
The generic focus tree has 5 main branches:
- Army Effort gives army experience and research bonuses to army research.
- Aviation Effort gives air experience, builds air bases, and research bonuses to air research.
- Naval Effort gives navy experience, builds naval dockyards, and research bonuses to navy research.
- Industrial Effort builds civilian and military factories (usually even if building slots are already full)and grants extra research slots.
- Political Effort gives the country choices on which political path they will take.
El Salvador starts with 2 research slots.
|Army technology||Naval technology||Air technology||Electronics & Industry|
El Salvador, in 1936 is a Fascist nation with elections every 4 years and the next one being at January 1939.
El Salvador has the following political parties:
El Salvador is guaranteed by the United States via Monroe Doctrine. El Salvador may form the United States of Central America if it controls all other independent Central American countries excluding Panama. Doing so will give it cores on the required territories plus British Mexico (311).
Staff and designer
|Salvador Castañeda Castro||Armaments Organizer||
|Jose Maria Cuellar||Quartermaster General||
|Oscar A. Bolaños||Captain of Industry||150 pp|
|Francisco Hernandez Ávila||Communist Revolutionary||
|Andrés Ignacio Menéndez||Democratic Reformer||
|Marco A. Molina||Fascist Demagogue||
|Armor Company||Tank Designer||
|Naval Company||Ship designer||
|Light Air Company||Light aircraft||
|Medium Air Company||Medium aircraft||
|Heavy Air Company||Heavy aircraft||
|Naval Air Company||Naval aircraft||
|Artillery Company||Artillery designer||
|Small Arms Company||Infantry Equipment designer||
|Motorization Company||Motorized Equipment designer||
|Industrial Company||Industrial Concern||
|Manuel Jose Maria Lemus Lopez||Military Theorist||
|Reinaldo Galindo Pohl||Naval Theorist||
|José Angél Castillo||Air Warfare Theorist||
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|Conscription Law||Economy Law||Trade Law|
| Volunteer Only
|| Civilian Economy
|| Export Focus
Industry and resources
- El Salvador has 2 Civilian Factories and 1 Military Factory in the state of El Salvador. It has 1 more building slot.
- El Salvador has 1 Chromium.
El Salvador has a small military.
|Close air support||0|
- Their Infantry has 3 units.
- They do not have a navy.
- Air force
- They have no airforce.
Strategies and guides
Even though the country is small, the industry is tiny the manpower is tiny and it has basically has only chronium, it is the only fascist country in central america. Thus, it'll be the most likely to form a Central American Union.
But even this union will only give you about the same manpower as Nepal, Bulgaria or Sinkiang has, with slightly more industry industry. But without the resources and little options to expand.
First thing you need to do, is increase your military production. Choose for the focuses that give you extra military factories. After 2, go for the research slots. With the first PP, justify on Honduras, and the country to the west directly after this. Alternatively, the player can also decide to go to war with guatamala, but it requires forts on its capital to reduce guatamala's already small military.
Depending on historical focuses on or off, you'll have to be quick before Mexico gets wargoals in central america, as they want to expand.
After your first 2 targets, it is quite easy to conquer the rest of them. Keep an eye on your manpower, as it will go very low quickly.
Before declaring on Costa Rica, decide what you want to do. You don't have many options from here on out. You have to definitely hold out against Mexico , to then conquer them. Research naval invasions and marines and build boats and go for Venezuela is optional. Or join the Axis and try to kick out the allies from southern America.