Von Moltke's Reforms
von Moltke's Reforms is a unique Prussian decision. It is also available to a Prussian formed North German Federation and Germany. The reforms are named after the German Field Marshal Helmuth Karl Bernhard Graf von Moltke. The requirement is that Prussia has invented Army Decision Making.
It gives a long list of military benefits for 30 years after the decision is taken.
- -5% supply consumption
- +10% Organisation regain rate
- +5% Land organisation
- +5 Starting troop experience.
On top of that it also gives 5 prestige.
In 1857 Helmuth von Moltke was appointed Chief of the Prussian General Staff, which he soon set about reforming. Among the ideas implemented by von Moltke were a department for historical studies, extensive wargaming exercises and a special department dedicated to cataloging and studying the telegraph and railway networks of Prussia, and how they could be used to best effect in the event of war. The end result was that, by the time of the Franco-Prussian war, Prussia's General Staff was considered the most efficient in Europe, it's methods soon becoming widely studied and adopted abroad. Moltke remained Chief of the Prussian Staff for the next 30 years, and is known as one of the most brilliant military strategists of the 19th century.