Papen Plan in full swing - January 15th, 1950 (Deutsche Zeitung)
Following the end of the unfathomably bloody Great War, it didn't take long for the German homeland to begin reconstruction across the lands that were invaded by the Russians. However the focus of the German government as well as her economy has turned to her newly acquired satellites in the East, who have experienced the brunt of the conflict and are awaiting major support from his Kaiser. As a response the German government has announced the Papen Plan, orchestrated and organized by the German head of government Franz von Papen aimed at propping up the war torn lands by sending billions of Papiermark's to these countries to help them recover in full. This also includes sending military equipment including vehicles such as Tigers, Panthers, and Panzer IVs to fill in for military losses, the plan is said to be an insane and expensive endeavor that will pay for itself in time.
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