Switzerland is a minor country in Europe. It shares borders with 3 of the game's 7 major powers; France on the west, Italy to the south, Germany to the north, and Austria to the east. Switzerland aggressively maintained its neutrality in the Great War.
- Join faction tension limit: +100%
- Send volunteers tension limit +20%
- Guarantee tension limit +100%
As a Democratic country, Switzerland has slightly positive relations with the same ideology (+10), and more strongly positive relations with countries that share the same ruling party (+20). Switzerland has a slightly negative relationship with all Communist, Fascist, and Non-Aligned countries (-10).
Switzerland does not have claims or cores on foreign soil.
As of version 1.3, Switzerland has the same Focus Tree as all other minor countries.
Switzerland starts in 1936 as a democracy with elections every four years; the next falls on October 1939. The Federal Council is in power.
Switzerland has the following political parties:
Switzerland begins the 1936 campaign with limited industrial capacity, and lacks access to most resources except aluminum.
|4 Military Factory||0 Naval Dockyards||7 Civilian Factories|
|Conscription Law||Economy Law||Trade Law|
| Limited Conscription
|| Civilian Economy
|| Export Focus
These numbers represent the available resources, depending on trade law a certain amount may be traded away.
Switzerland begins with three research slots available to the player.
|Army Technology||Naval Technology||Air Technology||Electronics & Industry||Doctrines|
Switzerland possesses a modest military for its size and resources, which consists of 20 land divisions, 12 close air support planes, and 36 interwar fighter planes.
Unlike many other Democratic countries, Switzerland begins with Limited Conscription in place. However, given the country's size, Limited Conscription only provides a mere 5.99K of free manpower.
|12Infantry Divisions||2Cavalry Divisions||6Mountaineer Divisions|
Total: 20 Divisions
Switzerland is a landlocked country and has no Navy.
12 Close Air Support
Total: 48 Planes
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