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| event_text = The peace movement in the United States has suffered a severe setback as the Congress passed a joint resolution encouraging President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to use military force, if necessary, to safeguard American interests around the world.<br/><br/>It appears that many in the Congress have decided that it was American indecisiveness that allowed the Great War to drag on for so long and consume so many lives. They point out that within a few months of US troops entered Europe, the Great War had come to an end. An earlier intervention, they argue, could have prevented the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives.
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Revision as of 09:58, 30 July 2019

This is a list of all Man the Guns events from /Hearts of Iron IV/events/MTG_NewsEventstxt.

id

Second London Naval Treaty Signed


Delegations from Britain, France, Italy, Japan and US met in December 1935 to discuss a renewal of of the First London Naval Treaty, which restricted the number and size of cruisers and submarines. Negotiations turned quite heated over Italy's war against Ethiopia and Japan's desire to be seen as equal to Britain and the US.

With negotiations now at an end, the signatory nations have agreed on limits to the size of battleships and aircraft carriers in the hopes of preventing another ruinous arms race.


 
Trigger conditions
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Is triggered only by

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Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

London Naval Treaty Signatory icon
London Naval Treaty Signatory
  • Carrier Max Cost: 9500
  • Cruiser Max Cost: 5300
  • Heavy Ship Max Cost: 10000
We have signed the London Naval Treaty and accordingly are restricted in the size of our capital ships.
Event button.png
This will safeguard peace better than any Super-Battleships!
  • None

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

Event button.png
Why would they limit themselves like this?
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Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

Event button.png
More money for the army, then.
  • None

id

US Congress Passes Neutrality Act


With tensions rising around the globe, the US Congress has been the scene of intense discussion about the role the United States should take on the world stage. Many members are concerned that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt might secretly be planning to intervene in a European or Asian wat. Some still remember the role the country played during the Great War and are anxious to keep the United States out of foreign entanglements.

Eager to shore up support for his proposed programs of economic reform, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt has signed the Neutrality Act into law, which places heavy restrictions on trade with nations at war and specifically prohibits the President from offering any kind of support to other nations.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

American focus Goal generic neutrality focus.png"Neutrality Act"


Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

Event button.png
Our boys will not be sent into foreign wars.
  • None

id

United States Pursues Interventionist Policies


The peace movement in the United States has suffered a severe setback as the Congress passed a joint resolution encouraging President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to use military force, if necessary, to safeguard American interests around the world.

It appears that many in the Congress have decided that it was American indecisiveness that allowed the Great War to drag on for so long and consume so many lives. They point out that within a few months of US troops entered Europe, the Great War had come to an end. An earlier intervention, they argue, could have prevented the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

American focus Goal generic territory or war.png"Limited Intervention"


Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

Event button.png
Our boys will not be sent into foreign wars.
  • None