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How much of this article is different from *here*? We don't want to simply duplicate articles from Wikipedia. BoArthur 09:25, 24 January 2006 (PST)

For that matter, Stalin, Mao, the Cold War, and, in short, the large chunk of this article does not exist in Ill Bethisad. BoArthur 10:45, 24 January 2006 (PST)

It is listed as Source Material. Zahir 11:30, 24 January 2006 (PST)
Yes, but the thing is, as far as I can tell, there have been a number of changes, matching it to Communism *here*, which really is a waste of effort, as this information is already found on wikipedia. BoArthur 11:32, 24 January 2006 (PST)
I'm using the source material to base the IB communism article on. I haven't finished the proposal yet; I've still got to research the communist countries, and how each one would affect the article. --Sikulu 02:50, 25 January 2006 (PST)

I've changed this to a Work In Progress lest your article be judged too harshly before it is ready. For example, there are several references to the Soviet Union, which does not exist in IB. Keep up the good work, though! Zahir 03:55, 25 January 2006 (PST)

Anyone know what happened to Molotov? Only, I'd like to include him in here somewhere. --Sikulu 00:35, 8 February 2006 (PST)

Coming back to my original question/comment; I think that unless it's different from *here*'s version, we shouldn't duplicate the effort, nor the server bandwidth. BoArthur 01:19, 8 February 2006 (PST)

There, I've trimmed down the article a bit. --Sikulu 03:45, 8 February 2006 (PST)
I'd like to say this seems like a good article to me, in that it explains the establishment of the first Communist state in IB and what happened to it *there* as well as what happened with the movement afterwards. Kudos! Zahir 07:12, 8 February 2006 (PST)
There could be some mention of a form of "Communo-Monarchy" that exist in a few countries (bavaria back when and one post-war chinese country comes to mind). Basicly a monarchy with the king being called "First Comrad" or something.--Marc Pasquin 15:28, 8 February 2006 (PST)

leninists fled to Nassland

I still did nothing in this direction, but there is a high chance in IB, that many leninists fled from Russia to Nassland, at least because Petrograd was the last bastion of Lenin, which fact reflected in creation of Ladogian Soviet Republic after fall of Moscow in July 1918. Any ideas about it? -Jan II. 07:21, 26 January 2006 (PST)

Except that it's already been written that several of them, Lenin included, ended up in the Danubian Confederation, which was pretty much the only place that would take them. Dalmatinac

Dalmatian Colonies

If no-one minds, I'd like to make a proposal about a failed plan to turn the Dalmatian Colonies into communist/soviet states:

  • Confederation of Soviet African States (CSAS):
    • Socialist Republic of Mali
      • Socialist Republic of Senegal
      • Socialist Republic of the Ivory Coast
      • Socialist Republic of Mali
    • Socialist Republic of the Gold Coast
      • Azande Socialist Republic
      • Socialist Republic of Biafra
      • Fulani Socialist Republic
    • Socialist Republic of Nigervolta
      • Socialist Republic of Black Volta
      • Socialist Republic of Chad
      • Socialist Republic of Hausaland
      • Logone Socialist Republic
      • Socialist Republic of Nigeria
      • Socialist Republic of Red Volta
      • Socialist Republic of White Volta
    • Socialist Republic of Togo
  • People's Republic of (the) Dalmatian Kongo

What does everyone think? --Sikulu 05:50, 28 February 2006 (PST)

Personally, I have no objections against that. But I must remind you that this belongs firmly to Ferko's territory, and nothing you propose can be made official without his consent. Otherwise, sounds okay. —IJzeren Jan Uszkiełtu? 11:42, 2 March 2006 (PST)

Well. I don't know if I wrote about it, but the CSDS viewed the colonies as something of an embarrassment. They did experiment with making one of them an integral part of the CSDS (Soviet Republic of Togo), but when that failed, they were all just set on their own way as independent countries within the sphere of influence of the CSDS, though with little overt interference in their internal politics. Dalmatinac

I'd have thought that they would at least have tried to instill some mesure of communism into them. --Sikulu 04:10, 13 March 2006 (PST)
Well, I've re-read this, and no, I can't go with this, I'm sorry. There's already been way too much written about Dalmatophone Africa to go and change it in such a groundshaking way. Plus there's what I mentioned above - the CSDS didn't care what the ex-colonies did after independence, provided they remained in line with CSDS foreign policy, and bought stuff from the CSDS, etc. Dalmatinac
Ah well, never mind. Thought I'd ask though. --Sikulu 07:11, 17 July 2006 (PDT)

Hungarian and Slevan Soviet Republics

Are you planning, along with Bavarian Soviet Republic, also ephemere Soviet Republics in Slevania and Hungary, as they were *here*? The Hunagrian lasted since 21st March 1919 till 1st August 1919 and was crushed by Romanian and Czechoslovak forces. As a result of export of revolution, on a 16th June 1919 the Slovak Soviet Republic was found. I may found more infos, if interested. Jan II. 08:58, 2 March 2006 (PST)

Hmm, I should think about a Venedic People's Republic. Who knows, during GW2 so many different camps were fighting that I wouldn't be surprised if there were communist rebels as well who established some short-lived communist state on Venedic territory (probably without ever having some serious control over it). —IJzeren Jan Uszkiełtu? 11:43, 2 March 2006 (PST)
I'll take all those under advisement. Thanks for the heads up. --Sikulu 00:37, 3 March 2006 (PST)
Heh, can I declare that Bela Kun was never born *there*? ;) Dalmatinac

Sino-Russian/Russo-Chinese War(s)?

The article lists these two conflicts, but I could not tell in context whether they were the same war or two different ones. Zahir 14:00, 13 May 2006 (PDT)

Sorry. The Chukotka article calls it the Russo-Chinese War. I've changed the text of the section to make that explicit. --Sikulu 00:39, 15 May 2006 (PDT)