The Specoal forces find the king and get him out of the location he was at. They get him on a helicopter and towards a nordic carrier where he will get a plane to the GN. The men next attempt to find the kings parents but they have no luck.
Birgit smiles and pours herself a glass of wine. “Thank you Queen Hilda. I can see why you are not havinv any and congratulations! Yes we do have a lot to talk about. I had Rosa as my captive for a little big but she just slipped away from me. Oh, before we get any farther, this is my fiancee Malin.” She points out malin who is standing in the back of the room.
Sapin State Report
With the few individuals loyal to the Valkist regime and the rebellious population resisting the occupation, it has been decided to launch Operation Bastion. The operation consists of the controlled and systematic elimination of 95% of the population of Sapin, through bombardments, chemical weapons, water contamination and the formation of extermination groups.
It is speculated that the operation will be a success, and will free Sapin from a large part of its population, for which an immigration program of selected individuals has been imposed along with the automation of production as far as possible.
The flight of the traitor
The false and cowardly king has fled from Sapin and has left the fight to those he calls equals, although the government has not made a statement of action in front of the event, it is speculated that it will seek to eliminate the king in one way or another
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When the fascist leaders arrive in Seattle they are met by parades featuring both Herdonian and New Romanian/Eastracian/Honduran national symbols. These parades and greetings seem similar to those given by the communists at their height, but there is a difference in that the civilians attending them are doing so willingly and enjoy the festivities and celebrations.
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With the war in The Kingdom of Sapin over and the Valkist government set up, the Herdonian Army has begun having most of it's troops leave and go back home to be greeted by family in great parties and celebrations. 30,000 of the 600,000 total soldiers sent to Sapin won't ever return home, and the families of these soldiers are not so oftenly spotted at the parties and celebrations.
25 thousand Herdonian soldiers remain in Sapin, with most of them going to the ruins of Beirut, which has been annexed and made a overseas territory of the Herdonian Empire. Reconstruction efforts are already beginning in the devastated city, and many Herdonian settlers strong enough to help in the reconstruction have already begun arriving.