"The Cold War featured periods of relative calm and of international high tension – the Moscow Blockade (1948–1949), the Kazhak War (1950–1953), the Moscow Crisis of 1961, the Papuan Missile Crisis (1962), and the German war in Kazakhstan (1979–1989). Both sides sought détente to relieve political tensions and deter direct military attack, which would probably guarantee their mutual assured destruction with nuclear weapons."
Given all things, the majority of those events make little sense - Moscow is under German control, as is all nearby territory. Neither does two wars in Kazakhstan, if the imitation of the otl cold war is what it seems to be.
The second one makes sense as being Kazakhstan, but not the first - maybe change it to somewhere in Africa - Liberia maybe?
Paupa makes sense as a location.
For the blockade, I'd change it to the Falklands - more logical, in my mind, given the competing claims.
The Moscow crisis - maybe turn it into Alaska? It would make more sense.
Lordganon 05:09, September 24, 2010 (UTC)
Moscow was divided by the Moscow wall. VENEZUELA 22:54, September 24, 2010 (UTC)
That goes completely counter to what is written in the Germany article, which has the Germans in control of the area up the Urals in 1945 - the part about taking Moscow in 1945 on that article makes no sense either, fyi.
How can such an event occur with the entire area under German control? Simply put, it can't.
Lordganon 23:02, September 24, 2010 (UTC)
remember that the European Area was captured in 1945 with Italy, Germany, and Japan dividing Moscow in 2. VENEZUELA 00:02, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
That is not stated anywhere - and like I said, the Germany article puts them in control of it.
Either way, it makes little sense to have two in the same city.
Move the blockade to the Falklands - it is more logical.
Lordganon 01:46, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
But you don't understand the Moscow blockade is the parallel of the Berlin blockade of 1961. VENEZUELA 18:16, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
I do understand - and in light of the victors of the war, there are better locations for this to occur.
With the Falklands, they are under the "British" government - and in light of Argentinean claims, some sort of crisis there just makes sense.
You do need to have things that aren't a direct copy of OTL with the names changed, you know.
Lordganon 21:30, September 25, 2010 (UTC)