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In Call to Power II the Australians are one of the 41 default civilizations you can choose from when beginning a new game either a scenario or a standard game.
Australian civilization began as part of the former British empire. The British empire evolved from its predecessor civilization, the English. Up until 1931 AD, the British controlled these people directly but after this year they no longer did so. In the year 1931 a treaty was made between the different powers inside of the British Empire. This treaty was called the Westminster Statute. From this point on it was set in motion that the British empire become moribund and be broken up. In the year 1949 the treaty was ratified. After this happened the Australian civilization was born. But depending on your political ambitions you could rename one of the civilizations in the Civ_str text file to Commonwealth and try to continue ruling it all still has kind of a supranational organization like the European Union (EU). Those with more regional ambitions would rather create a supra-national union called Oceanic Union instead. But this page will focus on the Australian civilization instead of the larger supra-national states.
Locations of Cities (200x400 size earth)Edit
Australia has 57 strategic city placements. Some of these locations are colonies or small villages but state capitals are local administrative centers and will have court houses. But to be fair this 57 cities includes only locations in Australia proper and Antarctica. All of the current day island colonies have not been added yet. And the number of cites under Australian control was substantially higher in the 26-year period from 1949 to 1975 before Papua New Guinea became an independent country.
|2||Perth||030,270||Has Court house|
|18||Darwin||059,227||has court house|
|23||Alice Springs||048,251||Formerly had a court house when it was seat of the former Central Australia state|
|27||Adelaide||038,277||has Court house|
|31||Melbourne||039,283||Has a Court house|
|32||Hobart||035,293||Has a Court house|
|34||Canberra||043,278||National Capital and a court house|
|36||Sydney||048,272||Has a court house|
|52||Brisbane||054,261||has a court house|