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It reduces the [[relation]] with all states in {{flag|Germany}} by {{Red|100}}, gives {{Red|4}} [[infamy]] and {{Green|11}} [[prestige]] and gives an acquire state [[casus belli]] to France against {{flag|Prussia}}.
 
It reduces the [[relation]] with all states in {{flag|Germany}} by {{Red|100}}, gives {{Red|4}} [[infamy]] and {{Green|11}} [[prestige]] and gives an acquire state [[casus belli]] to France against {{flag|Prussia}}.
  
It is part of the chain of decisions surrounding the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhine_crisis Rhine crisis]. It leads to the Prussian decisions [[Die Wacht am Rhein]] and [[Niederwald Denkmal]].
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It is part of the chain of decisions surrounding the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhine_crisis Rhine crisis]. It leads to the Prussian decisions [[Die Wacht am Rhein]] and [[Niederwald Denkmal]]. The two decision will remove {{green|7}} [[infamy]] from Germany, but will not affect France directly, so one should not avoid taking the decision in fear of those two decisions.
  
 
[[Category:French decisions]]
 
[[Category:French decisions]]

Revision as of 19:59, 17 May 2020

The Left Bank is a decision available to France France. It is available if Prussia Prussia exists and owns the to provinces Trier (In Rheinland) and Cologne (In Nordrhein). Prussia owns both provinces in the beginning of the game. Otherwise it requires that France has researched Ideological Thought. It cannot be taken if Prussia has formed North German Federation North German Federation or Germany Germany, so it must be used early in the game.

It reduces the relation with all states in Germany Germany by 100, gives 4 infamy and 11 prestige and gives an acquire state casus belli to France against Prussia Prussia.

It is part of the chain of decisions surrounding the Rhine crisis. It leads to the Prussian decisions Die Wacht am Rhein and Niederwald Denkmal. The two decision will remove 7 infamy from Germany, but will not affect France directly, so one should not avoid taking the decision in fear of those two decisions.