Mexico

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Mexico
Mexico.png
Capital:
Mexico City

Government type:
Non-Aligned, Moderate

Faction:
Neutral

Mexico is a medium sized country in North America. It is bordered by the Flag of United States United States, a major power in the Second World War, to the north, Flag of Guatemala Guatemala and the Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom's British Honduras to the south. It is mostly mountainous with jungle on the south, desert on the center and Baja California and forests and plains on the coast.

Historical Background[edit | edit source]

After the sinking of Mexican merchant ships by German U-Boats and the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbour, Mexico was one of the first American nations to announce its support for the USA. It severed ties with the three major powers of the Tripartite Pact and officially joined the war on the side of the Allies in 1942, providing essential resources and men to the USA, most notably the 201st Squadron, or the "Aztec Eagles".

Events[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mexican events

National focus[edit | edit source]

Mexican national focus tree.
Main article: Mexican national focus tree

Flag of Mexico Mexico gets a national focus in the Man the Guns DLC. Without the expansion, Mexico uses the Generic national focus tree.

The Mexican national focus tree can be divided into 2 Branches and 4 Sub-branches:

National Bank Branch
This branch focuses on infrastructure, removing the threat of the Caudillo civil war or changing the political party to CommunismCommunism.
  • Military Budget Review Sub-branch
This Sub-branch focuses on military technology.
  • Oil Field Expansion Sub-branch
This Sub-branch deals with foreign relations with major countries and joining their faction.
Plan of Agua Prieta Branch
This branch focuses on switching the political party to either DemocracyDemocracy, FascismFascism or CommunismCommunism. The FascismFascist or CommunismCommunist focuses increase or decrease Church Power respectively.
  • Control the Army Sub-branch
This sub-branch deals with increasing or decreasing the power of the Church.
  • March Southwards Sub-branch
This sub-branch gives war goals against other countries within the Americas.


Technology[edit | edit source]

Mexico starts with 2 research slots.

Army Technology Naval Technology Naval Technology
Man the Guns Man the Guns
Air Technology Electronics & Industry
  • Mondragón M94 (Basic Infantry Eq.)
  • Salinas (Great War Tank)
  • Towed Artillery I
  • Towed Anti-Air I
  • Early Submarine
  • Early Destroyer
  • Early Light Cruiser
  • Early Heavy Cruiser
  • Early Destroyer Hull
  • Early Submarine Hull
  • Naval Gunnery
  • 75mm RF. Cannon (Secondary I)
  • Contact Mine
  • Tololoche (Interwar Fighter)
  • Azcárate (Interwar Bomber)
  • Zeus (Close Air Support I)
  • Fuel Storage
  • Fuel Refining I
Doctrines
  • None
  • None
  • None

Cosmetic names[edit | edit source]

Mexico has many unique cosmetic names for its equipment, listed here. Note that generic names are not listed.

Infantry tech
Type 1918 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944
Infantry Equipment Mondragón M94 Mondragón M08 Mendoza C-34 Mendoza RM2
Aircraft techs
Tech year Close Air Support (Carrier) Fighter (Carrier) Naval Bomber (Carrier) Heavy Fighter Tactical Bomber Strategic Bomber Scout Plane
1933 Tololoche Azcárate
1936 Zeus Quetzalcóatl MA-260 Celia Fighter Celia Bomber Celia Heavy Bomber
1940 Tezcatlipoca Teziutlán Chalchiuhtlicue Salinas Fighter Salinas Bomber Salinas Heavy Bomber
1944 Tonatiuh Huītzilopochtli Tlaloc Aura Fighter Aura Bomber Aura Heavy Bomber
Jet Engine Technology
1945
1950

Politics[edit | edit source]

In 1936, Mexico is a NeutralityNon-Aligned nation. Its elections are every 6 years with the next one being in June 1940.

Mexico has the following political parties:

Political party Ideology Popularity Party leader Country name Is ruling?
Partido Liberal Constitucionalista democracy Democratic 18.00% Adolfo de la Huerta United Mexican States No
Partido Revolucionario Institucional democracy Democratic Focus only Lázaro Cárdenas United Mexican States No
Partido Acción Nacional democracy Democratic Focus only Luis María Martínez Mexican Republic No
Partido Revolucionario Institucional democracy Democratic Event only Vicente Lombardo United Mexican States No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Revolucionario Institucional democracy Democratic Event only Francisco Múgica United Mexican States No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Revolucionario Institucional democracy Democratic Event only Manuel Ávila Camacho United Mexican States No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Comunista Mexicano communism Communist 9.00% Hernán Laborde Mexican Soviet Republic No
Partido Obrero-Campesino Mexicano communism Communist Focus only Leon Trotsky Mexican Soviet Republic No
Partido de la Revolución Mexicana communism Communist Focus only Lázaro Cárdenas Mexican Socialist Republic No
Partido de la Revolución Mexicana communism Communist Event only Vicente Lombardo Mexican Socialist Republic No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido de la Revolución Mexicana communism Communist Event only Francisco Múgica Mexican Socialist Republic No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido de la Revolución Mexicana communism Communist Event only Dionisio Encina Mexican Socialist Republic No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Obrero-Campesino Mexicano communism Communist Event only Valentín Campa Mexican Soviet Republic No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Unión Nacional Sinarquista fascism Fascist 20.00% Salvador Abascal Catholic Mexico(focus)/Mexican Junta No
Partido Nacional Revolucionario fascism Fascist Focus only Plutarco E. Calles Mexican Junta No
Partido Nacional Revolucionario fascism Fascist Focus only Saturnino Cedillo Mexican Junta No
Partido Nacional Revolucionario fascism Fascist Event only Jesús Degollado Guízar Mexican Junta No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Nacional Revolucionario neutrality Non-Aligned 53.00% Lázaro Cárdenas Mexico Yes
Partido Nacional Revolucionario neutrality Non-Aligned Event only Francisco Múgica Mexico No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Nacional Revolucionario neutrality Non-Aligned Event only Manuel Ávila Camacho Mexico No, can come to power in the 1940 election
Partido Nacional Revolucionario neutrality Non-Aligned Event only Saturnino Cedillo Mexico No, can come to power in the 1940 election

National spirits[edit | edit source]

Callistas icon
Callistas
The supporters of Calles are enriching themselves and abusing their power. Appointed for loyalty rather than ability, they perpetuate a patronage system which corrupts every office and rank in the country. Unless they are reigned in, ordinary Mexicans will continue to deride our ruling government as 'roboluncionarios', robber-revolutionaries.
Weak Church icon
Weak Church
Factory Output: +10.00%
The Constitution of 1917 requires measures aimed against the influence of the Catholic Church in Mexico. The Cristeros rebelled in the 1920s because of attempts to enforce those laws, but the people may now be ready for a secular state.
Oil Concessions icon
Oil Concessions
In order to exploit oil in Mexico, foreign companies have signed concession contracts ensuring that they can freely extract oil on defined territories for a prolonged period of time in exchange for payments. However the sum paid by the companies was far below the value of the oil extracted and enabled them to get a profit margin much higher than in countries such as the US, while putting the oil reserves of Mexico indirectly under foreign control.
Politicized Army icon
Politicized Army
  • Military Leaders Cost: +100.00%
  • Planning Speed: -20.0%
The rulers of Mexico have been drawn from revolutionary army officers for almost three decades. The turbulent times we went through demanded firm leadership. The question is: has the turbulence passed, or is it becoming more severe? Should we professionalize the army or allow regional strongmen - caciques and caudillos - to carve out petty fiefdoms? Generals like Saturnino Cedillo in San Luis Potosí are raising private militias to protect their power. The many rebellions launched by disatisfied officers in the past are likely to continue unless we act.
Caudillo Tensions Moderate icon
Caudillo Tensions Moderate
StabilityStability: -5.00%
General Saturnino Cedillo and the caudillos aligned to him are jealously guarding their influence. We may have to act against them if they stand in the way of the government.


Diplomacy[edit | edit source]

Mexico is guaranteed by the Flag of United States United States.

If Mexico is puppeted by the Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom, Mexico will change it's name to the Dominion of Mexico, regardless of what ideology the United Kingdom was at the time they did this.

Through it's March Southwards focuses, Mexico can gain cores on all of Central America, all of the Caribbean, and the South Western United States. It can also gain a core on British Honduras through the focus "Purchase Belize".

Staff and designer[edit | edit source]

Political advisors
Advisor Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Vicente Lombardo Ambitious Union Boss
  • Consumer Goods Factories: -5%
  • Daily Communism Support: +0.10
  • No Has completed focus Confederation of Mexican Workers
  • Yes Is not a Supervised State
150
José Vasconelos Syncretic Revanchist
  • Generate Wargoal Tension: -50%
  • Justify Wargoal Time: -25%
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10
  • No Has completed focus The Gold Shirts
  • Yes Is not a Supervised State
150
Bartolomé García Correa Social Reformer
  • Stability: +15%
  • Daily Democracy Support: +0.10
  • No Has completed focus Exile Calles
  • Yes Is not a Supervised State
150
Aarón Sáenz Garza Shadow of Calles
  • Political Power Gain +15%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned: +0.10
  • No Has completed focus Jefe Máximo
  • Yes Is not a Supervised State
150
Eduardo Hay Smooth-Talking Charmer
  • Trade Deal Opinion Factor: +10%
150
Luis Montes de Oca Financial Expert
  • Consumer Goods Factor: -5%

No Has completed focus Liberalize the Banking Sector

75
Manuel Ávila Camacho War Industrialist
  • Military Factory construction speed: +10%
  • Dockyard construction speed: +10%
  • Fuel Silo construction speed: +10%
  • Conscription Law Cost: -25%

No Has completed focus Military Budget Review

75
Alberto J. Pani Captain of Industry
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10%
  • Civillian Factory construction speed: +10%
  • Refinery construction speed: +10%

No Has completed focus Agricultural Credit Bank

75
Pablo González Garza Prince of Terror
  • Non-Core Manpower: +2%
  • Foreign subversive activities efficiency: -30%
  • Damage to Garrisons: -25%

No Has completed focus Triumph over the Cristeros

50
Salvador Álvarez Illusive Gentleman
  • Operative Slots: +1
  • Agency upgrade time: -15%

No Has created an Intelligence Agency La Résistance

150
Tank designers
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Talleres Generales de Arma Tank Designer
  • Armor Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Armor: Reliability: +5.0%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Has completed focus Tank Workshops
75
German-Mexican Tank Designs Heavy Tank Designer
  • Armor Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Armor::
    • Armor: +5%
    • Hard Attack: +5%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Is in faction with Flag of German Reich German Reich
150
Russo-Mexican Tank Designs Mobile Tank Designer
  • Armor Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Armor:
    • Max Speed: +5%
    • Reliability: +10%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Is in faction with Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union
150
Mexican Chrysler Medium Tank Designer
  • Armor Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Armor:
    • Reliability: +5%
    • Soft Attack: +5%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Is in faction with Flag of United States United States
150
Ship designers
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
ASTIMAR Golfo Atlantic Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Carrier:
    • Armor: +50%
    • HP: +10%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Armor: +10%
    • Heavy Attack: +10%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Has completed focus Gulf Coast Naval Yards
150
ASTIMAR Pacifico Pacific Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Carrier:
    • Deck Size: +25%
    • Armor: -15%
    • Max Range: +25%
  • Capital Ship: Max Range: +25%
  • Screen: Max Range: +25%
  • Submarine: Max Range: +25%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Has completed focus Pacific Coast Naval Yards
150
Aircraft designers
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Talleres Nacionales de Construcciones Light Aircraft Designer
  • Air Research Speed: +15.0%
  • Fighter:
    • Max Speed: +10%
    • Agility: +10%
  • Carrier Fighter:
    • Max Speed: +10%
    • Agility: +10%
  • By selecting this Design Company they will permanently affect capabilities on all equipment researched while they are hired.
No Has completed focus Aviation Workshops
150
Materiel designers
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Mexican Ford Motorized Equipment Designer
  • Motorization Research Speed: +15%
150
Fabrica Nacional de Armas Infantry Equipment Designer
  • Weapons and Equipment Research Speed: +15%
150
COMESA Artillery Designer
  • Artillery Research Speed: +15%
150
Industrial concern
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Royal Dutch Shell Refining Concern
  • Industrial Research Speed: +5%
  • Synthetic Resources Research Speed: +10%
  • Trade Laws Cost: -25%

No Has completed focus Royal Dutch Shell

25
Pemex Refining Concern
  • Industrial Research Speed: +5%
  • Synthetic Resources Research Speed: +10%
  • Infrastructure Construction Speed: +10%

No Has completed focus Nationalize the Oil Fields

25
Banco de Mexico Industrial Concern
  • Industrial Research Speed: +15%
  • Economy Law Costs: -25%

No Has completed focus National Bank

75
Escuela de Ingenería Electronics Concern
  • Electronics Research Speed: +15%
  • Aircraft Manufacturer Cost: -25%
  • Tank Manufacturer Cost: -25%
  • Naval Manufacturer Cost: -25%
  • Materiel Manufacturer Cost: -25%

No Has completed focus Engineering School

25
Theorists
Designer Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Enrique Estrada Military Theorist
  • Land Doctrine Research Speed: +10%
  • Daily Army Experience Gain: +0.05
150
Agustin Olachea Air Warfare Theorist
  • Air Doctrine Research Speed: +10%
  • Daily Air Experience Gain: +0.05
150
Manuel Pérez Treviño Superior Firepower Expert
  • Daily Army Experience Gain: +0.05
  • Superior Firepower Doctrine: +15%

No Has completed focus Heroic Military College

250

Economy[edit | edit source]

Laws[edit | edit source]

Conscription Law Economy Law Trade Law
Volunteer Only.png Volunteer Only
  • 1.5% Recruitable population
Civilian Economy.png Civilian Economy
  • 35% Consumer Goods factories
  • –30% Factory construction speed
  • +30% Factory (type) conversion cost
  • -40% Fuel Gain per Oil
  • -25% Fuel Capacity
Export Focus.png Export Focus
  • 50% Resources to market
  • +5% Research speed
  • +10% Factory/Dockyard output
  • +10% Construction speed
  • +20% Civilian intelligence to others
  • +10% Navy intelligence to others

Industry and resources[edit | edit source]

Resources
Type No.
Aluminum.png Aluminium 0
Chromium.png Chromium 0
Oil.png Oil 46
Rubber.png Rubber 0
Steel.png Steel 14
Tungsten.png Tungsten 10
Industry
Type No.
Civilian factory Civilian factory 8
Military factory Military factory 3
Naval dockyard Naval dockyard 2
Industry
Mexico has a small industry mainly centered around Mexico City which has 2 Military factories and 4 Civilian factories. Guerrero, Tamulipas, Jalisco have one Civilian factory each. Coahuila has 1 Military factory and 1 Civilian Factory. Veracruz and Durango have 1 Dockyard each.
Resources
Coahuila has 11 Oil, Tamaulipas has 12 Oil, Veracruz has 13 Oil, Oaxaca has 10 Oil, Jalisco has 10 Tungsten, Mexico City has 9 Steel and Guerrero has 5 Steel.

Military[edit | edit source]

Mexico has a modest military with a small navy and tiny air force.

Army
Type No.
Infantry cropped.png Infantry 19
Cavalry cropped.png Cavalry 2
Army experience.png Total divisions 21
Manpower.png Manpower used 94.80k
Navy
Type No.
Destroyer.png Destroyer 5
Heavy Cruiser.png Heavy Cruiser 1
Convoy.png Convoy 45
Navy experience.png Total combatants 6
Manpower.png Manpower used 3.05k
Air force
Type No.
CAS.png Close air support 12
Fighter c.png Fighter 6
Tactical bomber.png Tactical bomber 6
Air experience.png Total planes 24
Manpower.png Manpower used 0.60k
Army
Mexico's infantry divisions contain 9 infantry battalions each with support artillery. It also contains some agrarian militia units of 3 infantry battalions each. Its cavalry divisions contain 6 cavalry battalions with support artillery.
Navy
Mexico's starting navy consists of a coastal defense heavy cruiser with no anti-air defenses and five early destroyers, one of which has no anti-air defenses and can be retrofitted.
Ship classes of the Mexican Navy Man the Guns
Name Type Count Production Techyear Design note
CA Anahuac Class 1 Coastal Defense Hull CA I battery, Secondary I, CA Armor I
DD Durango Class 4 Early Destroyer Hull DD I battery, AA I
DD Nicolás Bravo Class* 1 Early Destroyer Hull DD I battery
Convoy 38 Open-ended
* marks a variant as "obsolescent".
Air force
Mexico's starting air force consists of 12 close air support planes, 6 tactical bombers and 6 fighters.

Commanders[edit | edit source]

Land commanders
Name Rank Skill Traits
Lázaro Cárdenas Field Marshal 3 Politically ConnectedPolitically Connected
Heliodoro Charis General 3 Infantry OfficerInfantry Officer
Luis Farell General 3 War HeroWar Hero
Gildardo Magaña General 3 Media PersonalityMedia Personality
Manuel Pérez Treviño General 3 Career OfficerCareer Officer
Abelardo L. Rodríguez General 3 Politically ConnectedPolitically Connected
Manuel Ávila Camacho General 3 Politically ConnectedPolitically Connected
Naval commanders
Name Rank Skill Traits
Othón P. Blanco Núñez de Cáceres Admiral 2 Old GuardOld Guard
Heriberto Jara Corona Admiral 1 Media PersonalityMedia Personality

Military Staff[edit | edit source]

These are the Military Staff candidates for appointment in Mexico.

Chief of Army
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Gilberto R. Limón Army Drill (Expert)
  • Division training time: -10%
150
Saturnino Cedillo Martínez Army Offense (Expert)
  • Division Attack: +10%
  • Has completed focus Support General Cedillo
  • Ruling party is not Communist
75
Matias Santos Ramos Army Defense (Expert)
  • Division Defense: +10%
150
Chief of Navy
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Othón P. Blanco Núñez de Cáceres Fleet Logistics (Genius)
  • Naval max range factor: +15%
150
Heriberto Jara Corona Decisive Battle (Specialist)
  • Capital Ship Attack: +5%
  • Capital Ship Armor: +5%
  • Screen Attack: +5%
  • Screen Defense: +5%
150
Chief of Airforce
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Antonio Cárdenas Rodríguez Air Combat Training (Genius)
  • Ace Generation Chance: +15%
150
Luis Farell Cubillas Ground Support (Expert)
  • Air Superiority: +10%
150
Military High Command
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Pablo Macías Army Regrouping (Expert)
  • Division Recovery Rate +8%
150
Jesus Garza Siller Strategic Bombing (Expert)
  • Strategic Bombing: +5%
  • Bomber Attack/Defense/Agility: +3%
150
José Gonzalo Escobar Cavalry (Genius)
  • Motorized/Cavalry/Mechanized Attack/Defense: +15%
  • Has completed focus Purge the Bureaucracy
150
Hector Meixueiro Naval Air Defense (Expert)
  • Naval AA attack: +15%
150
Abelardo L. Rodríguez Infantry (Expert)
  • Infantry Attack: +10%
  • Infantry Defense: +15%
150

Strategies and guides[edit | edit source]

Mexico starts on the brink of a civil war. There are 3 possible civil wars that can break out, and you will need to deal with 2.

Caudillos Civil War: This is the starting tension you have to deal with. You have to pay attention to the Caudillo Tension national spirit which indicates the level. You can see the timer in the Political tab to see when the tension increases. Once Caudillo Tension High is reached if you let the timer finish once more the Caudillo civil war will ignite. There are multiple focuses you can get to lower the tension by one stage. To put a stop to this permanently you need to complete Support General Cedillo or Arrest General Cedillo focus. If you don't go Revanchist route and pick both Agricultural Credit Bank and Jefe Máximo line of focus, the Caudillo Civil War will be unavoidable. Letting it happen and defeating the rebels will also prevent it from happening again.

Cristeros Civil War and Communist Revolutionaries Civil War: Once you have completed a certain focus, you will get a chance to get either. These civil wars have multiple trigger to ignite, mainly the Church power level and the type of government. The Cristeros will not rebel if you choose to go Democratic path and likewise the Revolutionaries will not rebel if you go Communist. If you don't go Democratic, the Cristeros Civil War will start a countdown once you reach Atheist State, and likewise if you don't go Communist then the Revolutionaries Civil War will start a countdown once you reach Catholic State. Since some focuses will increase or decrease the Church Power by one stage, you need to pay attention to this, and you can also use some political decision to increase or decrease the Church Power though some requires some focuses to be taken first. You can ultimately prevent this civil war regardless of Church Power by keeping your stability above 60%. Likewise you can get away with Atheist State if you go Democratic and Catholic State if you go Communist with no risk of civil war which is not possible to do for Unaligned or Fascist path.

A Mexico game involves a balancing act between an "Atheist State" and a "Catholic State". Going to either one of these extremes will begin the countdown for a civil war. It is recommended that you complete the "Antidisestablishmentarianism" Focus, which allows you to transfer lands to the Church. You start with nationalization of Church lands decision, so you can add or remove influence from the Church, stopping you from erupting into Civil War.

If you are planning on going the expansionist route, I would recommend, as soon as the games starts, boosting ideologies in the Central American democracies, such as Honduras. This is because that since the United Kingdom has a stake in South America via Belize, they will guarantee other Democracies in their vicinity, thus dragging them into a war with you. Boosting ideologies will allow these minors to change government which means you can attack them almost without fear. If you go fascist, join the Axis as if the Democratic countries change to fascist, they will not be able to join the Axis because they you are in there. You should beware, however, because these countries, even if they are not Democratic, may still join other alliances such as the Allies. So don't get too greedy in conquest.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Mi Casa es tu Casa icon
Mi Casa es tu Casa
As Mexico, host a government-in-exile.
Sunset Invasion icon
Sunset Invasion
Occupy a coastal province in Europe as Mexico, and if in a faction have it contain only South American members or puppets.
The New Home of the Revolution icon
The New Home of the Revolution
As Mexico, put Trotsky in power and puppet the Soviet Union.
The Revenge of Montezuma icon
The Revenge of Montezuma
Restore the old borders with the USA as Mexico.
Europe

Albania.png Albania Austria.png Austria Belgium.png Belgium Bulgaria.png Bulgaria Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia Denmark.png Denmark Estonia.png Estonia Finland.png Finland France.png France Free France.png Free France Vichy France.png Vichy France German Reich.png German Reich Greece.png Greece Hungary.png Hungary Ireland.png Ireland Italy.png Italy Latvia.png Latvia Lithuania.png Lithuania Luxembourg.png Luxembourg Netherlands.png Netherlands Norway.png Norway Poland.png Poland Portugal.png Portugal Nationalist Spain.png Nationalist Spain Republican Spain.png Republican Spain Kingdom of Romania.png Kingdom of Romania Slovakia.png Slovakia Soviet Union.png Soviet Union Sweden.png Sweden Switzerland.png Switzerland Turkey.png Turkey United Kingdom.png United Kingdom Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia

North America

Dominion of Canada.png Dominion of Canada Costa Rica.png Costa Rica Cuba.png Cuba Dominican Republic.png Dominican Republic El Salvador.png El Salvador Guatemala.png Guatemala Haiti.png Haiti Honduras.png Honduras Mexico.png Mexico Republic of Nicaragua.png Nicaragua Panama.png Panama United States.png United States

South America

Argentina.png Argentina Bolivia.png Bolivia Brazil.png Brazil Chile.png Chile Colombia.png Colombia Ecuador.png Ecuador Paraguay.png Paraguay Peru.png Peru Uruguay.png Uruguay Venezuela.png Venezuela

Asia

Afghanistan.png Afghanistan Bhutan.png Bhutan British Malaya.png British Malaya British Raj.png British Raj China.png China Chinese People's Republic.png Communist China Guangxi Clique.png Guangxi Clique Iran.png Iran Iraq.png Iraq Japan.png Japan Manchukuo.png Manchukuo Mengkukuo.png Mengkukuo Mongolia.png Mongolia Nepal.png Nepal Oman.png Oman Philippines.png Philippines Saudi Arabia.png Saudi Arabia Shanxi.png Shanxi Siam.png Siam Sinkiang.png Sinkiang Tannu Tuva.png Tannu Tuva Tibet.png Tibet Xibei San Ma.png Xibei San Ma Yemen.png Yemen Yunnan.png Yunnan

Africa

Kingdom of Egypt.png Kingdom of Egypt Ethiopia.png Ethiopia Liberia.png Liberia South Africa.png South Africa

Oceania

Australia.png Australia New Zealand.png New Zealand Tahiti.png Tahiti