Iraq is medium sized country in the middle east. It is bordered by Turkey to the north, Saudi Arabia to the south and Iran to the east. France and United Kingdom borders Iraq to the west via Syria and Jordan. The United Kingdom also borders Iraq via Kuwait. Its terrain is mostly desert.
Historical background [ edit ]
Before the First World War,
Iraq was part of the Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans were defeated and driven from much of the area by the United Kingdom during the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire. On 11 November 1920, Iraq became a League of Nations mandate under British control with the name "State of Iraq". The British installed the Hashemite king, Faisal I to govern the mandate. Britain would then grant independence to the Kingdom of Iraq in 1932, on the urging of King Faisal. King Ghazi ruled as a figurehead after King Faisal's death in 1933, while undermined by attempted military coups, until his death in 1939. Ghazi was followed by his underage son, Faisal II. 'Abd al-Ilah served as Regent during Faisal's minority.
On 1 April 1941, Rashid Ali al-Gaylani and members of the Golden Square staged a coup d'état and overthrew the government of 'Abd al-Ilah. During the subsequent Anglo-Iraqi War, the United Kingdom invaded Iraq for fear that the Rashid Ali government might cut oil supplies to Western nations because of his links to the Axis powers. The war started on the 2nd of May, and the British, defeated the forces of Al-Gaylani, forcing an armistice on the 31st of May.
A military occupation followed the restoration of the pre-coup government of the Hashemite monarchy. The occupation ended on 26 October 1947, although Britain was to retain military bases in Iraq until 1954. The rulers during the occupation and the remainder of the Hashemite monarchy were Nuri as-Said, the autocratic Prime Minister, who also ruled from 1930–1932, and 'Abd al-Ilah, the former Regent who now served as an adviser to King Faisal II.
National focus [ edit ]
Generic national focus tree.
Main article: Generic national focus tree Iraq, 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.
Technology [ edit ]
Iraq starts with 2 research slots.
Electronics & Industry
Infantry Eq. I
Towed Artillery I
Close Air Support I
Politics [ edit ]
Iraq, in 1936 is a
Non-Aligned nation with no elections.
Iraq has the following political parties:
0% Yusuf Salman Yusuf
Iraqi People's State
20% Rashid Ali al-Gaylani
80% Ghazi I
National spirits [ edit ]
Diplomacy [ edit ]
Soviet Union may gain a war goal against Iraq via their Southern Thrust national focus. It may form Arabia if it controls all of North Africa, Egypt, French and British Middle East and Saudi Arabia. Oman and Yemen is not necessary to form it.
Staff and designer [ edit ]
Ali Abn Hussein
Political Power Gain:
+5.0 Ideology drift defense: +15.0% 150 pp
Nuri as Said
Civilian to Military Factory Conversion Cost: -20.00% 150 pp
Amir al Illah
Prince of Terror
Effect of Partisans on Us:
-25.0% Foreign Subversive activities efficiency:
+30% Non-core Manpower: +2.00% 150 pp
Arshad al Umari
Abdel Latif Salah
Daily Democracy Support: +0.1 150 pp
Rashid Ali al-Gaylani
Daily Fascism Support: +0.1% 150 pp
Armor Research Time:
-10.0% Armor: Reliability: +5.0% 150 pp
Naval Research Time: -10.0% 150 pp
Light Air Company
Air Research Time:
-10.0% Fighter: Agility:
+10.0% Fighter: Max Speed:
+10.0% Carrier Fighter: Agility:
+10.0% Carrier Fighter: Max Speed: +10.0% 150 pp
Medium Air Company
Air Research Time:
-10.0% Heavy Fighter: Reliability:
+20.0% Tactical Bomber: Reliability: +20.0% 150 pp
Heavy Air Company
Air Research Time:
-10.0% Strategic Bomber: Strategic Bombing: +10.0% 150 pp
Naval Air Company
Air Research Time:
-10.0% Naval Bomber: Operational Range:
+10.0% Naval Bomber: Naval Attack:
+10.0% CV Naval Bomber: Operational Range:
+10.0% CV Naval Bomber: Naval Attack: +10.0% 150 pp
Artillery Research Time: -10.0% 150 pp
Small Arms Company
Infantry Equipment designer
Weapons and Equipment Research Time: -10.0% 150 pp
Motorized Equipment designer
Motorization Research Time: -10.0% 150 pp
Industrial Research Time: -10.0% 150 pp
Mustafa al-Qudsi Military Theorist
Land Doctrine Research Time:
-7.0% Army Experience Gain: +0.05 150 pp
Iskandar al-Shami Naval Theorist
Naval Doctrine Research Time:
-7.0% Naval Experience Gain: +0.05 150 pp
Ali ben Jawad Air Warfare Theorist
Air Doctrine Research Time:
-7.0% Air Experience Gain: +0.05 150 pp
Economy [ edit ]
Economy Law Trade Law
1.5% Recruitable population
35% Consumer Goods factories
Factory construction speed –30%
Factory (type) conversion cost +30%
Fuel Gain per Oil -40% Fuel Capacity -25% Export Focus
50% Resources to market
Research speed +5%
Factory/Dockyard output +10%
Construction speed +10%
Civilian intelligence to others +20% Navy intelligence to others +10%
Industry and resources [ edit ]
Iraq has 2 Civilian Factories and 1 Military Factories in the state of Baghdad. Mosul has 4 extra building slots and 1 in Baghdad
Iraq has 23 oil in Baghdad and 10 oil in Mosul.
Military [ edit ]
Iraq has a small military.
Close air support
Their Infantry and mountaineers has 6 units each.
They do not have a navy.
Their starting air force is only 25 close air support strong.
Strategies and guides [ edit ]