Hearts of Iron IV

Hearts of Iron IV

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A Millennium Dawn Submod: 1989
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A Millennium Dawn Submod: 1989

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November 5th, 1989

The Warsaw Pact is collapsing, the Chinese Democratic Movement has failed in protesting the Chinese Communist government in Tiananmen Square, ethnic tensions are intensifying in Yugoslavia, Radical Islam is rising in Afghanistan.

The world is changing, we are entering a new dawn.

A Millennium Dawn.
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AbdulGalinova Oct 14 @ 6:50pm 
crashes around 24 days in when playing with Russia and choosing the left national focus tree. Only this and millenium dawn (the original) activated
huthayfahk04 Oct 14 @ 3:16pm 
Could you make a penalty on Israel for the First Intifada
Gordon Freeman Oct 13 @ 6:13pm 
Hey do you know where I can get an update log?
Captain Of The Guard Oct 11 @ 6:30pm 
Chinese neo-maoist or gang of four tree!
yasserarsalane11 Oct 9 @ 8:40am 
it doesnt work
COMMUNISM_WORKS  [author] Oct 9 @ 8:15am 
Just if you're wondering, the mod is still in development. I've got a list of things to include so just hit me up for any recommendations. Although, there are no guarantees that certain inclusions will be available immediately - I will attempt to ensure that most desired features are incorporated, however.
vincent Oct 2 @ 3:16am 
In 1989 John Major was the foreign secretary and Thatcher the PM. She lost in a first round with Michael Heseltine in november 1990 missing 4 votes to prevent a second ballot which she did not enter, then it was Heseltine v Major v Douglas Hurd.
Jonthedumdum Sep 29 @ 11:06pm 
Are you going to ad other forms of communism like Titoism or Maoism?
huthayfahk04 Sep 28 @ 9:18pm 
Also can you allow syrian occupation of north Lebanon and a focus tree option for the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait and the Gulf War or have you already done the second part of the second suggestion
COMMUNISM_WORKS  [author] Sep 26 @ 2:28pm 
Yes, the Oslo accords will be a feature, as with the withdrawal of Hong Kong and Macau in the late 90s.