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French State
État Français

Flag of France

Flag of the Kingdom of France, and Republic of France

Location of France (Light green)
Puppet French Madagascar (Light Grey)
Einheitspakt (Dark Gray)

Ruling Party Parti National - Pétainistes
Last Election03/05/1936
Head of StatePresident Jean-Louis
Head of GovernmentPrime Minister
Yves Bouthillier
Sphere Grossraum Kontinentaleuropa
Foreign Alignment Mitstreiter,
Credit Rating Fair
Market Type Dirigisme

France, officially the French State (French: État français), is a country located in western Europe. It borders the Ordenstaat Burgund to the northeast, the Italian Empire to the southeast, Andorra and the Iberian Union to the south, finally, it also has control over the city of Algiers in North Africa, which grants it a border with Iberian Algeria. It borders 3 seas granting France lots of strategic and important positions: The Mediterranean Sea to the South, the Atlantic Ocean to the West and the English Channel to the North.

The French State was formed in 1940 following the French armistice with Germany. It is a German puppet state, but it maintains a degree of independence from Germania.

Political Parties and Factions[edit | edit source]

At the start of game
Name Ideology Leaders
Rally for the National Revolution Fascism Jean-Louis Tixier-Vignancour
National Party - Pétainists Fascism Alphonse Juin
National Party - Union and French Fraternity Poujadism

Fascist Populism

Pierre Poujade
National Party - Reformists Paternalistic Conservatism Antoine Pinay
National Party - Technocrats Managerial State Jean Bichelonne
French Popular Party Clerical Facism Pierre Sidos
French Action Absolute Monarchy Pierre Gaxotte
Democracy restored under Pinay
Name Ideology Leaders
National Party - National Centre of Independents and Peasants Paternalistic Conservatism Antoine Pinay
French Labour Party Democratic Socialism François Mitterrand
Rally for the Nation Christian Democracy Camille Laurens
Union for French Democracy Classical Liberalism Edmond Giscard d'Estaing
Post-Reclamation Government
Name Ideology Leaders
Gaullist Party of Free France Paternalistic Conservatism

Progressive Conservatism

Charles de Gaulle
United Socialist Front Democratic Socialism Pierre Mendès France
French Progressive Party Progressive Liberalism Jean Lecanuet