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Republican Spain

Republican Spain
Republican Spain.png
Capital:
Madrid

Government Type:
Democratic, Conservative

Faction:
Neutral

Flag of Republican Spain Republican Spain is a minor power located on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Flag of Portugal Portugal to the west, Flag of France France to the northeast, the Mediterranean Sea around the south to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and northwest, and the Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom by its colonial holding of Gibraltar. Republican Spain also borders France via Spain's colonial holdings in Spanish Africa, Rio de Oro and Equatorial Guinea.

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GeographyEdit

Spain lies in Southwestern Europe, with most of its land being on the Iberian peninsula. 1930s Spain also comprises the Balearic Islands and African territory and Islands. Parts of North Africa, namely the Rio de Oro region of modern-day Marocco, Western Sahara, Equatorial Guinea and the Canary Islands off the coast of Northwest Africa is owned and controlled by Spain.

Spain is dominated by mountainous and hilly terrain, and mainland Spain is very uneven, with 45 percent of it being covered by the Meseta Plateau. The plateau is rarely flat, with many uneven hills, mountains, and highlands. Spain contains many significant mountain ranges including the Baetic Mountains in the south, the Central and Iberian Chain in the center, and Cantabrian and Pyrenees Mountain ranges in the northwest and northeast respectively. There is also the fertile Andalusian Plain and other basins. There are many large coastal plains, with bays, coves, and sandy beaches. Along the Bay of Biscay there are large coastal, rugged cliffs. The Strait of Gibraltar separates Spain and Europe from Africa, specifically Morocco, with the closest points being only 13 km apart. Finally, mainland Spain contains over 1,500 rivers of which are mostly small. Significant rivers are the Duero, Ebro and Guadalquivir.

Spain shares a long border with its neighbor   Portugal which makes up the rest of the Iberian peninsular. It borders   France in the north, with the tall Pyrenees mountain range making a natural border between the two nations and in the south through their African colonies. Spain also borders   United Kingdom in the south with British controlled Gibraltar.

Spain has multiple important borders to bodies of water, such as the Mediterranean Sea, Strait of Gibraltar, Atlantic Ocean and Bay of Biscay.

Historical backgroundEdit

Following the Provisional Government between April and December 1931, the 1931 Constitution effectively established the Republic. The Spanish Republic is generally divided in three eras, the First Biennium, the Dark Biennium, and the Popular Front government.

The Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed when King Alfonso XIII left the country following municipal elections in which leftist candidates won the majority of votes, and the Spanish population celebrated the beginning of the Second Republic and social pressure made the political regime change. Niceto Alcalá-Zamora became the Prime Minister, but the victory of the left-wing was nullified in 1934, when José Maria Gil-Robles of the right-wing CEDA faction was swept into power, and started to purge the military of leftists. In 1936, Manuel Azaña of the Popular Front, a coalition of left-wingers, narrowly became the Prime Minister, and the right-wing officers in the military plotted a coup which took place in July 1936. The Republican government went into exile on 1 April 1939, when the last of the Republican forces surrendered to the Nationalist rebels, led in part by Generalísimo Francisco Franco, ending the Spanish Civil War.

EventsEdit

Main article: Spanish events

National focusEdit

 
Republican Spanish National Focus Tree.
Main article: Republican Spanish national focus tree

  Republican Spain gets a unique focus tree as with the   La Résistance expansion. Without the expansion, it utilizes the Generic national focus tree instead.

The Republican Spanish national focus tree can be divided into 3 sub-branches coming from a single common branch:

The Popular Front Branch
This branch locks on the Republican side of the Civil War, and provides focuses that influence the early division of garrisons and armies in the conflict against   Nationalist Spain.
Regional Defense Council of Aragon Branch
This branch focuses on preparing and executing an unaligned anarchist uprising, and eventually gaining a wargoal on   Portugal and the rest of the world, with options to core any conquered land.
The Anti-Fascist Worker's Revolution Branch
This branch focuses on creating a communist state in Spain, with two further choices (between independent communists or Stalinists). Depending on the branch chosen, it's possible to gain wargoals on   Portugal,   France, the   Soviet Union and   Germany.
Maintain the Second Republic Branch
This branch focuses on keeping the democratic Second Republic intact, with an option to either accept or refuse further Soviet aid and influence in the Civil War. If help is accepted, the country will become a puppet and must fight the   Soviet Union for its freedom. Otherwise, wargoals against   Germany and   Italy will be available.


TechnologyEdit

Republican Spain starts with 3 research slots, and can gain 2 more slots from its national focuses. Regardless of the faction the player ultimately backs, one of the research slots will require owning more than 50 factories to unlock.

Army technology Naval technology Air technology Electronics & Industry
  • Infantry Eq. I
  • Mountain Infantry I
  • Engineer Company I
  • Recon Company I
  • Towed Artillery I
  • Towed Anti-Air I
  • 1936 Destroyer Hull
    • Basic Depth Charges
  • 1936 Cruiser Hull
  • Early Heavy Ship Hull
  • 1936 Submarine Hull
    • Basic Torpedo
  • Basic Medium Battery
  • Casemate Secondary Battery
  • Transport Ship
  • Contact Mine
    • Minelaying Submarine
  • Interwar Fighter
  • Naval Bomber I
  • Interwar Bomber
  • None
Doctrines
  • None
  • None
  • None

PoliticsEdit

In 1936, the Second Spanish Republic is riven by internal divisions that proves to be increasingly intractable. As such, a civil war is inevitable and the player can only choose between supporting either the   Nationalists or the   Republicans. Specifically, a countdown will commence after the scheduled elections in February 1936, and the civil war will break out once the timer expires. It is in the interest of the Republican player to delay the civil war as long as possible via decisions so as to gather the maximum possible strength to fight against the Nationalists.

National spiritsEdit

Republican Spain starts with four national spirits with the   La Résistance expansion enabled. Otherwise it starts with none.


 
Carlism
  • Weekly Stability: -0.30%
  • Division Attack: -10.0%
  • Division Defence: -10.0%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned: +0.05
In 1830 King Ferdinand VII promulgated the Pragmatic Sanction and made his daughter, the future Isabella II, heir presumptive. This act removed his brother Infante Carlos from the line of succession, and so, upon the King's death, supporters of Infante Carlos ignited a series of civil wars, uniting under the banner of Carlism and fighting for the reinstatement of the Salic line of succession.

A century later, the Carlist movement is still very much alive, and its militas, called Requetés, train unceasingly in preparation for the time where they will once more be needed to defend Christianity and champion the return of the rightful King.

 
Military Disloyalty
  • Military Leader Cost: +100.0%
  • Cannot train units, disband units, or edit unit templates.
The failed "Sanjurjada" military coup attempt in 1932 still casts it shadow over the Spanish military to this day. In the aftermath, various disloyal military commanders, among them the coup's leader José Sanjurjo, fled to exile in Portugal and continue their plotting even now.

Even this failure has not discouraged disloyal officers, however, as even within Spain itself many desire to see a return to a Monarchy, or even a strong Fascist dictatorship. Too strong meddling by the government in the internal affairs of the military may well spark yet another uprising; far more violent and bloody than the last.

 
Political Violence
  • Stability: -15.00%
  • Cannot Assign Ministers & Laws: Yes
The Spanish political scene is one of increasing polarization and violence. Only two years have elapsed since the last big uprising, the Asturias Miners' Strike, and the current political climate appears to have all the makings of a new, far larger and far less localized uprising. It seems unlikely that the upcoming elections will put an end to this downward spiral of societal unrest.
 
National Strikes
  • Stability: -10.00%
  • Construction Speed: -10.00%
  • Factory Output: -10.00%
  • Dockyard Output: -10.00%
The country finds itself seemingly in the grips of the starting stages of a workers' revolution; strike upon strike paralyze the industry and daily life as workers demand less work and more pay, and poor tenant farmers increasingly appropriate farmland while the government turns a blind eye.


DiplomacyEdit

Republican Spain is a mostly neutral country, with all diplomacy values revolving around "Different Ideology", "Same Ideology" and "Same Ruling Party". They do not have any special relations with countries, but that will change quickly especially with the civil war.

IdeologyEdit

  Partido Socialista Obrero Español

  •   Can declare war on a country with the same ideology group without a war goal.
  •   Can guarantee other ideologies.
  •   Lowers World Tension with Guarantees.
  •   Can puppet a country.
  •   Can justify war goals against a country that have not generated world tension.
  •   Can create collaboration governments
  • Annex cost: +50.0%
  • Generate war goal tension limit: +100.0%
  • Join faction tension limit: +80.0%
  • Lend-lease tension limit: +50.0%
  • Send volunteers tension limit: +50.0%
  • Guarantee tension limit: +25.0%
  • Civilian intelligence to others: +20.0%
  • Army intelligence to others: +5.0%
  • Navy intelligence to others: +20.0%
  • Airforce intelligence to others: +5.0%

Political partiesEdit

Political Party Ideology Popularity Party Leader Is Ruling?
Partido Socialista Obrero Español Democratic 40.97% Manuel Azaña Yes
Partido Comunista de España Communist 6.99% Jose Diaz No
Confederación Española de Derechas Autónomas Fascist 36.97% José Antonio Primo de Rivera No
Comunión Tradicionalista Non-Aligned 0% Manuel Fal Conde No

Staff and designersEdit

Political Advisors
Advisor Type Effect Cost ( )
José Antonio Girón Industrial Falangist
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.05
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10.00%
  • Civilian Factory construction speed: +10.00%
  • Refinery construction speed: +10.00%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Manuel Hedilla Syndicalist Falangist
  • Consumer Goods Factories: -5%
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Has not completed focus Banish the Party Leaders
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Raimundo Fernández-Cuesta Loyal Falangist
  • Political Power Gain: +5%
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Does not have political advisor Ramón Serrano Suñer
Has completed focus Banish the Party Leaders
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Tomás Domínguez Arévalo Lifelong Carlist
  • Stability: +10.00%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned: +0.10

Has not completed focus Eliminate the Carlists
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Diego Hidalgo y Durán War Industrialist
  • Military Factory Construction Speed: +10.00%
  • Dockyard Construction Speed: +10.00%
  • Fuel Silo Construction Speed: +10.00%

Has not completed focus The Phalanx Ascendant
Has not completed focus Supremacy of the Communion
Has not completed focus Regional Defense Council of Aragon
Has not completed focus The Anti-Fascist Worker's Revolution

150
Ramón Serrano Suñer Silent Workhorse
  • Political Power Gain: +15%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Does not have political advisor Raimundo Fernández-Cuesta
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Luis Hernando de Larramendi Traditionalist Theorist
  • Political Power Gain: +15%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned: +0.05

Has completed focus Supremacy of the Communion
Is not   Republican Spain

150
José Antonio Primo de Rivera Falangist Figurehead
  • Political Power Gain: +10%
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10

Has completed focus Primo De Rivera Prisoner Exchange
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Augusto Barcia Trelles Leftist Freemason
  • Same ideology monthly opinion: +25.00%
  • Civilian Intelligence: +10%
  • Army Intelligence: +10%
  • Navy Intelligence: +10%
  • Air Intelligence: +10%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Francisco Largo Caballero Silent Workhorse
  • Political Power Gain: +15%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Dolores Ibárruri La Pasionaria
  • Stability: +10.00%
  • War Support: +10.00%
  • Daily Communism Support: +0.05

One of the following must be true:

  • Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
  • Has completed focus Communists in the Government

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Diego Martínez Barrio Backroom Backstabber
  • Political Power Gain: +5%
  • Ideology drift defense +15.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Juan Negrín Gran Carabinero
  • Recruitable Population: 0.50%
  • Consumer Goods Factories: -2%
  • Stability: +5.00%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Indalecio Prieto Voice of Restraint
  • Stability: +10.00%
  • Daily Democracy Support: +0.05

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Jesús Hernández Tomás Education Reformer
  • Research Speed: +5.00%

One of the following must be true:

  • Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
  • Has completed focus New Leadership

Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Federica Montseny Social Revolutionary
  • Political Power Gain: +10%
  • War Support: +10.00%
  • Daily Support for Unaligned: +0.05

Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Juan López Sánchez Captain of Industry
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10.00%
  • Civilian Factory construction speed: +10.00%
  • Refinery construction speed: +10.00%

Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Juan García Oliver War Industrialist
  • Military Factory Construction Speed: +10.00%
  • Dockyard Construction Speed: +10.00%
  • Fuel Silo Construction Speed: +10.00%

Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Tank Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost ( )
Armor Company Tank Designer
  • Armor Research Speed: +15%
  • Armor: Reliability: +5%
150
Ship Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost ( )
SECN Atlantic Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15%
  • Carrier:
    • Armor: +50%
    • HP: +10%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Armor: +10%
    • Heavy Attack: +10%
150
Euskalduna Raiding Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15%
  • Carrier:
    • Surface Visibility: -10.0%
    • Max Speed: +10%
    • Deck size: -10%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Surface Visibility: -10.0%
    • Max Speed: +10%
    • Heavy Attack: -10%
  • Screen:
    • Surface Visibility: -10.0%
    • Max Speed: +10%
  • Submarine:
    • Sub Visibility: -10.0%
    • Surface Visibility: -10.0%
    • Max Speed: +10%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls País Vasco
150
Aircraft Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost ( )
CASA Medium Aircraft Designer
  • Air Research Speed: +15%
  • Heavy Fighter: Reliability: +20%
  • Tactical Bomber: Reliability: +20%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Valencia
150
Hispano Aviación Light Aircraft Designer
  • Air Research Speed: +15%
  • Fighter:
    • Agility: +10%
    • Max Speed: +10%
  • Carrier Fighter:
    • Agility: +10%
    • Max Speed: +10%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Sevilla
150
Materiel Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost ( )
Star Bonifacio Echeverria Infantry Equipment Designer
  • Weapons and Equipment Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls País Vasco
150
Esperanza y Cia Artillery Designer
  • Artillery Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls País Vasco
150
Llama-Gabilondo y Cia Support Equipment Designer
  • Support Unit Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls País Vasco
150
Hispano-Suiza Motorized Equipment Designer
  • Motorization Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Cataluña
150
Industrial Concerns
Concern Type Effect Cost ( )
Compañía Telefónica Nacional Electronics Concern
  • Electronics Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Madrid
150
Industria de Guerra en Cataluña Construction Company
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10.00%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Cataluña
150
Altos Hornos de Vizcaya Industrial Concern
  • Industrial Research Speed: +15%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls País Vasco
150
Campsa Refining Concern
  • Synthetic Resources Research Speed: +10%
  • Industrial Research Speed: +5%

One of the following must be true:

  • The Spanish Civil War is not in progress
  • Controls Madrid
150
Theorists
Theorist Type Effect Cost ( )
José Enrique Varela Military Theorist
  • Army Experience Gain: +0.05 daily
  • Land Doctrine Research Speed: +10%

Has not completed focus Eliminate the Carlists
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Nicolás Molero Military Theorist
  • Army Experience Gain: +0.05 daily
  • Land Doctrine Research Speed: +10%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150

EconomyEdit

LawsEdit

Conscription Law Economy Law Trade Law
  Volunteer Only
  • 1.5% Recruitable population
  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
  • 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 resourcesEdit

Resources
Type No.
  Aluminum 2
  Chromium 0
  Oil 0
  Rubber 0
  Steel 57
  Tungsten 53
Industry
Type No.
  Civilian factory 16
  Military factory 7
  Naval dockyard 4
Industry
Republican Spain starts with a modest industrial base and its factories scattered throughout the entire country.
Resources
Republican Spain starts with a moderate amount of steel and tungsten and virtually nothing else. Note that some of its steel is located in Spanish Africa, an occupied state; as such, only a fraction of the steel is available for use at game start.

MilitaryEdit

Republican Spain starts the game in 1936 with a relatively small army, a mid-sized navy, albeit outdated, and a small air force. As a result of the national spirit   Military Disloyalty, the player cannot modify the military in any way until the civil war breaks out. Overall, it has a total manpower of 324.76K, of which 124.30K is tied up in the army, 17.67K in the navy, 1.74K in the air force, and 3.90K in garrison, leaving 198.72K available for recruitment.

Army
Type No.
  Infantry 13
  Cavalry 1
  Mountaineer 3
  Total divisions 17
Navy
Type No.
  Destroyer 12
  Light cruiser 5
  Battleship 2
  Submarine 12
  Total ships 31
Air force
Type No.
  Fighter 60
  Naval bomber 27
  Total planes 87

ArmyEdit

Spain has 13 infantry divisions, with 10 of them made up of 8 infantry battalions, support artillery and engineer companies, and 3 of them made up of 4 infantry battalions and an engineer company. It also has 3 mountain divisions made up of 4 battalions and a support artillery company each, as well as 1 cavalry division made up of 12 battalions and a recon company.

NavyEdit

Spain has 2 España-class battleships, 3 Príncipe Alfonso-class light cruisers and 3 Alsedo-class destroyers docked in Galicia, 1 República-class light cruiser, 1 Méndez Núñes-class light cruiser, and 4 B class submarines docked in Sevilla, and 9 Churucca-class destroyers, 2 B class submarines and 6 C class submarines docked in Murcia.

Air forceEdit

Spain has 36 interwar fighters stationed in Madrid, 24 interwar fighters stationed in Sevilla, and 27 naval bombers I stationed in Murcia.

Military staffEdit

Chief of Army
Name Type Effect Cost ( )
Juan Yagüe Army Offense (Expert)
  • Division Attack: +10.0%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Rafael García Valiño Army Organization (Expert)
  • Division Organization: +8.0%

Has not completed focus Eliminate the Carlists
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Heli Rolando de Tella Army Defense (Expert)
  • Division Defense: +10.0%

Has not completed focus Eliminate the Carlists
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Miguel Ponte Army Drill (Expert)
  • Division training time: -10.0%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Domènec Batet Army Morale (Expert)
  • Division Recovery Rate: +8.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Etelvino Vega Army Defense (Expert)
  • Division Defense: +10.0%

One of the following must be true:

  • Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
  • Has completed focus Communists in the Government

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Máté Zalka Army Offense (Expert)
  • Division Attack: +10.0%

Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Chief of Navy
Name Type Effect Cost ( )
Luis Carrero Blanco Decisive Battle (Expert)
  • Capital Ship Attack: +10.00%
  • Capital Ship Armor: +10.00%
  • Screen Attack: +10.00%
  • Screen Defense: +10.00%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Luis González de Ubieta Screens (Expert)
  • Screen Attack: +10.00%
  • Screen Defense: +15.00%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Chief of Airforce
Name Type Effect Cost ( )
Joaquín García-Morato y Castaño Ground Support (Expert)
  • Air Superiority: +10.00%

Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Ignacio Hidalgo de Cisneros Air Safety (Expert)
  • Air Accidents Chance: -10.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Andrés García La Calle Ground Support (Expert)
  • Air Superiority: +10.00%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Military High Command
Name Type Effect Cost ( )
Emilio Mola Infantry (Expert)
  • Infantry Division Attack: +10.0%
  • Infantry Division Defense: +15.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus No Compromise on Carlist Ideals
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Wilhelm Ritter von Thoma Armor (Expert)
  • Armor Division Attack: +10.0%
  • Armor Division Defense: +10.0%

Has completed focus The Condor Legion
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Enrique Cánovas Lacruz Army Logistics (Expert)
  • Division Attrition: -8.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Miguel Cabanellas Army Regrouping (Expert)
  • Division Recovery Rate: +8.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Is not   Republican Spain

150
Toribio Martínez Cabrera Artillery (Expert)
  • Artillery Attack: +15.0%
  • Artillery Defense: +10.0%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Francisco Ciutat de Miguel Infantry (Expert)
  • Infantry Division Attack: +10.0%
  • Infantry Division Defense: +15.0%

One of the following must be true:

  • Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
  • Has completed focus Communists in the Government

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Oppose the Communists
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
János Gálicz Army Logistics (Specialist)
  • Division Attrition: -4.0%

Has completed focus Demand Ministerial Positions
Has not completed focus Crush the Revolution
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150
Antonio Azarola y Gresillón Screens (Expert)
  • Screen Attack: +10.00%
  • Screen Defense: +15.00%

Has not completed focus Masters of Our Own Fate
Has not completed focus Communists in the Government
Is not   Nationalist Spain

150

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AchievementsEdit