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Government Type:
Democratic, Conservative


The Flag of Philippines Philippines is a chain of 7,641 Pacific islands in South East Asia, and is a strategic location for naval invasions. It is also a puppet of the Flag of United States United States.


Historical backgroundEdit

The   Philippines was once part of the Spanish Empire for over 300 years before being ceded to the   United States due to the latter's victory in the Spanish-American War which led to the Treaty of Paris (1898). The Commonwealth of the Philippines was the administrative body that governed the Philippines from 1935 to 1946 and was formed to overlook a ten-year period of peaceful transition to full independence. The Philippines was then taken by   Japan and formed a puppet state called the Second Philippine Republic, which was powerless against the invading Japanese forces who occupied it for three years (1942-1945). It was liberated by U.S forces in 1945, and the Philippines gained independence on the promised date of July 4, 1946.


The "Capture of Manila" event triggers when Manila is taken by an invading force.

National focusEdit

Generic national focus tree.

The   Philippines, 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.


National spiritsEdit

The Philippines does not start out with any national spirits but some can be gained from its generic national focus tree.

Political partiesEdit

Political party Ideology Popularity Party leader Country name Is ruling?
Partido Nacionalista   Democratic 60% Manuel L. Quezon Philippines Yes
Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas   Communist 13% Pedro P. Baguisa Huk Community of the Philippines No
Ganap Party   Fascist 13% - Ganap Philippines No
Non-Aligned   Non-Aligned 13% - Independent Philippines No

Diplomatic rulesEdit

Since the   Philippines is a puppet, it has little to no diplomatic freedoms.

Rule Whether it applies Reason
Can declare war on country of the same ideology group without a war goal No Puppet
Can Guarantee other Ideologies Yes Democracy
Can join Factions led by another Ideology No Puppet
Can create Factions No Puppet
Lowers World Tension with Guarantees Yes Democracy
Can puppet a country No Democracy
Can justify wargoals against a country that have not generated world tension No Democracy