Thu, 13 Jul 2000 14:47:29 -0500
and no dropping colonies or asteroids on people's heads
Chris Maier wrote:
> I think it covers no nuclear or biological weapons and fair, humane
> treatment of prisoners.
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> From: Brian <GoDofChicKens@cfl.rr.com>
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> > <snip>
> > >
> > > Zeon allmost managed to force victory in the first month. At the end of
> > > January, negotiations in Antarctica were moving toward a peace deal.
> > > However, General Revil (who commanded Federation forces at the battle of
> > > Ruum) managed to escape Zeon captivity. He returned to Earth and gave
> > > 'Zeon is Exhausted' speech, which rallied the Federation's sagging
> > > The Federation refused to surrender and the negotiations produced the
> > > Antarctic Treaty (banning WMD, Colony Drops, etc.) instead of a peace
> > deal.
> > > Once this happened, it was only a matter of time until the Federation
> > could
> > > apply it's superior manufacturing resources to mobile suits, giving it
> > > unbeatable advantage.
> > What exactly does the Antarctic Treaty cover? Is it written out somewhere,
> > or do we just have to guess from what is show in the series? This has been
> > on my mind for a while.
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