Civ 5 Hitler Mod

With No Cheat Console Available, Turn to Debug Mode & Ingame Editor

I can't for the life of me get this mod to work. It will pop up in the mods list and I can enable it but. Hitler dones't show up in the playable civ list? I tried renaming the folder, playing it in dx10&11 and even dx9. No idea what's going on here. I even tried downloading it though steam an I get the same issue. When I sought to package these three mods into one, I adapted the informal name JFDLC to refer to this packaged mod, but formally (i.e. In-game) that mod was known as Rise to Power. Since this packaged approach became unsustainable and I opted to abandon it in favour of a more eclectic approach to gameplay modding (see below), I use JFDLC now. Mods - Civilization V - Mod DB. 12 Best CIV 5 MODS you must download. 12 Best CIV 5 MODS you must download. All gamers in the world are aware of the Civilization series of video games. Civilization 5 is a series of a video game. It basically involves many features like maps, ethnical diversity, and prehistoric era. Unless you actually went through the holocaust or war what does it matter to you if Hitler is in a game. And it isn't even like 2K is honoring Hitler, the game is about great leaders and great civs and like it or not WW2 Germany was an extremely powerful civilization in history and Hitler was it's leader. If you peruse the mod section for Civ V, then you will quickly come across fan mods that allow you to play some of history’s worst dictators, ranging from North Korea’s Kim Jong-Il to Nazi Germany’s Adolf Hitler. Some of these mods’ fans are just doing so for the act of escapism, but it doesn’t take long to find actual white.

The Ingame Editor Allows Players to Cheat in Civilization 5, Gods and Kings & Brave New World

Enough people search for Civilization 5 Cheats that I thought sharing a couple possibilities that resemble and even surpass cheating in power might be useful to some players. You see, no cheat codes or command console of that type exists for the game. However, Firaxis did include a debug mode for developers that can be exploited to reveal the entire map and gve your Civilization infinite Happiness. This tool pales in comparison to the mighty Ingame Editor which can modify or place just about anything in the world. In many ways, this is better than any simple cheat code for it can enable you to get through any negative situation your Civilizaton enounters while giving you the ability to cheat your gold, research, production, or military to ridiculously high levels and defeatng other Civs in just about any way you choose. Don't be frightened by the fact that it's a mod. This is a very stable tool that gives you incredible control over the land and Civilizations in Civ 5.


Before You Consider Cheating: Playing at a Low Difficulty
Unless you want to cheat for fun, use cheating tools to set up the world to your liking, or experiment with Civ 5's gameplay, you should first consider simply lowering the difficulty of the game to Settler. It's ridiculously easy to win a game, especially with knowledge of Victory conditions you can learn from my strategy guide.

Playing at a lower difficulty will give your Civilization bonuses, while imposing penalties on the AI. This is not a game that you will get much satisfaction from cheating to win anyway; there is no ending and the numerous difficulty settings give you a chance to gradually improve and expand your knowledge of Civ 5 game mechancs.

Ingame Editor: Powerful Cheats for Civilization 5

With IGE Installed, click this button or press Control + I to start using the Mod.

Civfanatics and the Steam Workshop host a powerful Mod for Civilization 5 that enables some great cheating ability. You can do most anything you want with the game's tiles, plant strategic and luxury resources, spawn units in control of any player, research technologies with a single click, and even take over another Civilization. I'll Guide you through the various types of cheating you can do using the Ingame Editor's interface, while I leave to you the creative use of this tool to win games or present yourself new challenges.

Installing the Ingame Editor
You can start cheating by getting Civ 5's ingame editor from one of the following sources. I recommend installing it via the steam workshop, since every legit Civilzation 5 owner has to use it. If you like installing mods yourself, you can go through Civfanatics:
Download from the Steam Workshop. Login, Subscribe to IGE and the Mod will be installed and updated automatically.
Download from Civfanatics, where you'll find manual install instructions, a FAQ, and troubleshooting for the IGE.

Using the IGE Mod to Cheat - Control + I
Once you've got the Mod installed, you're ready to start a game in which you can cheat to your heart's content. Load Civilization 5 and select 'Mods' and ensure that Ingame Editor is checked, then select next. You can now select Single Player and set up the game as you normally would. If the Mod is working properly, click the icon in the top right portion of the Civ 5 game screen or press Control + I.

Things to Note: Leader/City-State Selection and Reloading for Visual Changes
In the top-right portion of the IGE interface, you will see your Leader selected. You can change to any other Leader or City-State by selecting this. This will show you the game world as they see it, show their research tree and social policies, etc.

When you make some changes to terrain, like placing Natural Wonders in the world, you'll need to save the game, exit to the main menu and reload to get their graphics to show. Any tile bonuses will be in play, but your Fountain of Youth, for example, will be invisible until you do this.

Edit Tiles Individually with F1

Cheats: Edit Terrain - F1
The first tab in the Ingame Editor allows you to select a terrain hex and start editing. You can choose tile improvements, Natural Wonders, terrain type, and even select whom the tile belongs to by having the right leader selected and going to the far right in the interface, where you'll see 'Free Land' or 'Your Land', along with Explored/Unexplored. The blue lines in the bottom left let you paint rivers and the direction they flow by toggling the lines at the edge of the hex. As you can see, I made a strange circular river in one hex to demonstrate how it would be used.

Cheating Cities: Religion, We Love the King & Wonders - F2
Click to select a city or shift-click to create a new city on a hex belonging to the currently selected player. This is super useful for cheating - it'll let you instantly create any building or Wonder in the city, and also celebrate We Love the King day for 10 or 250 Turns. This second is a little less useful given you could just set the population to whatever size you want, anyway. You are also able to change the religious balance in the city or make it a puppet of the currently selected player.

Changing Terrain on a Mass Scale - F3
The Paint Terrain option is helpful if you want to change the terrain on a larger scale than the F1 tool. Select a terrain type and drag around with the right mouse button held down to change terrain all over. Press shift and you'll see the six tiles around the selected terran light up. Right click and drag with this to make big changes across the land. The Your Land option is found on the far right, which will let you claim massive sections of land for the selected player, explore it, or return it to an unexplored state.

With the IGE you can spawn a max promoted unit or Great Person, even combine unique units from other Civilizations

Spawning Units and Giving Unit Promotions - F4
Use this tool to create units for the selected player. You can right-click to spawn a unit of any type, from workers, to missionaries, and even Great People. This is extremely powerful, but doesn't seem to let you edit an existing unit, although this hardly matters. You can use this Cheat to play with Unique Units from other Civilizations! Above the list of units, you can see the level box. Pick a number and it will give the unit that many promotions. Some units have a maximum of nine promotions, while a naval unit could have eleven. Either way, pick a number like 15 and you're likely to have a maxxed-out unt.

I'd warn you when using this cheat not to spawn too many units on one tile, although you can. I'm sure it could have a negative impact on your game and possibly cause a crash. Just how many giant death robots would you need in one area, anyway?

IGE Quicksave - F5
Pressing F5 with the Ingame Editor open will create a Quicksave named IGE so that you can avoid overwriting a non-cheated game's save.

Edit Civilization Stats - F6
With this IGE tab, you can use cheats that allow you to add gold, culture, or faith points to the currently selected Civ. Golden ages of 10 or 250 turns can be triggered at will, and religions founded. You may take over leadership of another Civilization on this tab by picking Take Seat option.

This tab is also particularly interesting for allowing you to make peace treaties, form declarations of friendships, embargoes or even trigger complex wars between various Civs and City States.

Use this tab as a Cheat to Research all Technologies in Civ 5

Research Cheats - F7
This is likely to be one of the most popular uses of the Ingame Editor. Research Cheats let you learn any technology in Civ 5, Gods and Kings, and Brave New World with a single click. Press Shift-Click and it will learn every prerequisite for the selected technology. You can also take Technology away in the same way - it is a toggle, so shift-click again and it will take away a tech and all prerequisites.

To Cheat and get all Technology, shift-click the Future Tech research project. Since it takes every one of the highest level technologies to research it, you will get every Tech at once. To remove all research at once, shift-click Agriculture on the opposite end of the Tech tree.

Social Policy and Ideology Cheats - F8
With the last tab, you may add and remove any social policy in Civ 5. You may also force the selected Civ to adopt an Ideology or remove one. You may even adopt all Ideologies and Ideological Tenets at once if you so choose, although that may have unforseen gameplay consequences.

Debug Mode, World Builder & Civ 5 SDK

Civ 5's Debug Mode - Reveal Full Map & Unlimited Happiness
Open config.ini located in DocumentsMy GamesSid Meier's Civilization 5 and locate the line that says DebugPanel = 0 and change the 0 to a 1 then save the file. To Disable Debug, you'd do the opposite. This will enable debug mode in the game, which seems to be primarily aimed at mod development. After restarting the game with Debug enabled, you can press Control + Z to reveal the entire map. This process will automatically introduce your Civ to all City States and other Civilizations. It also reveals the location of all Natural Wonders, giving a +1 permanent boost to happiness for each. If you do this over and over, you will keep rediscovering the wonders and accumulate massive amounts of happiness that can allow your cities to grow without worry of unhappiness, and also triggering golden ages over and over depending on how heavily you abuse it. For the most part, revealing the map alone is a potent cheat to a player capable of turning that knowledge into a workable strategy.

While Debug Mode is enabled, you can press the Tilde key to bring up an interface that offers different options specfically for debugging the game. It is unlikely that many useful things can be done with it as far as cheats go, but I'd welcome comments on this tool and its capacity for cheating from players who understand its menu options and how to apply them to a current game. If anything, it's probably not worth the effort of deciphering the debug tool given the power of the Ingame Editor.

The Civilization 5 Software Developer's Kit (SDK)
There are many tools provided by Firaxis that will let you modify Civ 5 or create your own maps. To install these tools, login to Steam and go to your Library. Hover over Library at the top of Steam and choose Tools. Scroll down the list until you find Sid Meier's Civilization V SDK, select it and choose Install. You will now have access to all the tools provided by Firaxis, through a link you should find on your desktop. Otherwise, right click it in the tools list and choose Play.

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Kyle says...
So I got the IGE off the workshop then I went in-game went to mods enabled the mod clicked next it said configuring game data then when back to the screen I then clicked back and made a new game. But while in-game I noticed that there was no Icon to click and pressing ctrl+I did nothing either... Need help
1st September 2014 11:09pm
Ray Ryan says...
Let say I want to reveal entire map with debug mode for fun play, building strategic place for my civ. But since the purpose is just for strategic location. How can I unreveal map after pressing ctrl+z?
30th October 2014 2:25am
Dolan says...

Civ V - Hitler Peace Music - YouTube

So enabling the mod is fine: selected it, hit next, the game configured. But when I start a game the IGE does not show up, and ctrl+i doesn't do anything. Am I missing a step somewhere along the way?
You may find a solution for your problem in the official thread for the Mod at Civfanatics
25th March 2014 2:41pm
Sirwn says...
how do you add city states in a map?
19th October 2014 3:01pm
CGord says...
I do not see this noted about playing with debug mode enabled: technologies researched are selected automatically. I do not know if this can be changed.
30th January 2014 11:15am
Isa Maayev says...
I want to cheat, lol
1st April 2016 4:03am
DRichie says...
Once I check the mod, there is no 'next' button on the screen, only 'back'
I wish I could be more helpful, but it just works for me and I've not had this question before. Have you tried selecting the mod directly, where you see all its features, then clicking next?
23rd February 2014 6:09am
Brandon says...
Can you choose starting location with this?
14th October 2014 4:45pm
jonesy says...
I'll admit it, I'm slow. And dense. Your comment about making the crazy circular river sunk in - et voilà, one now has a city with a moat. Since most melee units suffer an attack penalty crossing a river.... so, thanks for the tip!While IGE certainly allows massive cheating, I've found it to be useful for making tailored challenges for trying out various tactics and strategies.

Yep, I love it for gameplay testing. Glad to help and that moat is a brilliant use of the terrain editor. You could do it with hills too, so that any ranged have to come in close to hit you - but only on the side with a potential enemy, perhaps?


24th December 2013 12:03pm
runujhkj says...
Could you also surround your whole Civ with mountains and guarantee untouchability with land units?
Yep, although they could embark over ocean tiles and come at you that way. With ranged units, sinking those embarked units would be easy as they generally have reduced defense while in the water. Only certain Civs' units have the Amphibious promotion (like the Denmark Berserker, a Viking unit). Otherwise, it's a promotion that is gained through experience and not likely to be chosen by the AI in most cases.
9th April 2014 8:52pm
Stan says...
Guys, how can I add a new civilization to my current game?
29th September 2014 8:06am
Kero K says...
I've just tested this on the Civ V Ultimate version and all seems good enough without any crashes. The only problem with it is (actually my own personal preference)the fact that it takes more than half of the screen. other than that its perfecto. Still wondering if the edited map would really be the edited map after a map save or would it generate other random seed +- map.
I read up on that, and it's just that its designed for ~1920x1080 (or even higher) resolution and there's little the author can do about it because it's a limitation of the Civ 5 User Interface. He COULD make it scale to different resolutions better, but it would take a massive amount of work so it's focused on really high-res monitors since those are more common now.
27th March 2014 11:48pm
Zack says...
Does a trainer exist that would be able to enable and disable research advancement? Essentially allowing you to control when civ can start the next era.
I am not aware of a Mod that does this specifically. The Ingame Editor would only let you control each civs' tech level and push them back if you needed to. It would take too much micromanagement, unfortunately. If you want Civs to spend more time in each era, try slower game speeds, which will slow the pace of the game and make everything including research take longer to complete.
4th March 2014 8:44pm
Sivfan says...
Just got this thing and it has revealed quite a bit of the mechanics of the game. Like natural wonders are a terrain feature and that the system allows for it to have resources, and improvements on it.
I use it to scout the map before I start (start new game, save, open save with ige and reveal map). This method is better than the debug because it shows all resources, even hidden ones. It does not show ruins though.
Can't get this to make rivers though. Am I missing something?
25th June 2014 10:38pm


dal says...
Brilliant fun. I wanted to edit a map though and play from the beginning with all players hidden in certain placements, is this possible?
I believe it can do what you want - you are able to use it as a fully featured map editor. On the IGE page at the steam workshop it says:
How do I export the map? On the civ5 window to save your game there is a button to save as a map rather than a mere savegame.
14th March 2014 4:06pm
Carl says...
So I've been having a bug where when my units reached a cloud (that should have disappeared due to that area now being explored) they just go underneath the cloud and it doesn't disappear.
Sorry, I've never seen this happen in-game. I know the Ingame Editor can let you flag areas as explored and such. There are caches in this game that can be cleared, which might help your problem. You can do a search for that, and sometimes reloading the game will correct those issues.
All I have seen are invisible Mountains - very annoying.
28th April 2014 9:55pm
Carl says...
I just used IGE to explore the entire map, great sucess! XD Also, I agree, invisible mountains are a pain the the *****
14th May 2014 11:16am
Brad says...
Can this be used for a mac?
I believe so - you have Steam, right? Do a search for it in the Steam Workshop if so.
Edit: I guess it's actually a pain to install Mods on a Mac. I was not aware of this. You have to go beyond manual installation and apparently insert code yourself. Sorry, folks.
2nd May 2014 2:07pm
Brad says...
I don't use Steam, I just have the game installed on a stand alone PC, I don't play online. Sounds like manually inserting codes will be a huge guess I have to play the regular way! Oh Well! Thank you for the help though!
8th May 2014 4:55pm
Billah says...
I know this comment is a while on, but this mod is compatible with a mac. Although I have civ on steam I couldn't download the mod via the workshop so I downloaded it from the civfanatics page and did it manually instead. It took a bit of work because you have to enable the 'mod' option on the home screen but in the end I got there and it works great! If you want more information I could probably give you a walkthrough if you reply to this comment or anyone else for that matter.
Well thanks, you got me looking at CFC and found this thread:
There readers can find instructions for installing Civ 5 Mods on Mac!
12th June 2014 3:11pm
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Greater German Reich
Map by Janboruta
Adolf Hitler

Lutheranism (HR)

Religious Intolerance
Aggressive, Inventive
Map Labels Language
Eva Braun

Germany led by Hitler is a custom civilization by JFD and Janboruta, with contributions from bernie14, Leugi, and Danrell.

This mod requires Brave New World. It does not replace Bismarck's Germany, but adds a new UU.

  • 1Overview
    • 1.2Hitler
  • 5Mod Support
    • 5.1Events and Decisions



Nazi Germany or the Third Reich was the period in the history of Germany from 1933 to 1945, when it was a dictatorship under the control of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party (NSDAP). Under Hitler's rule, Germany was transformed into a fascist totalitarian state which controlled nearly all aspects of life. Nazi Germany ceased to exist after the Allied Forces defeated Germany in May 1945, ending World War II in Europe.

Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany by the President of the Weimar Republic Paul von Hindenburg on 30 January 1933. The Nazi Party then began to eliminate all political opposition and consolidate its power. Hindenburg died on 2 August 1934, and Hitler became dictator of Germany by merging the powersand offices of the Chancellery and Presidency. A national referendum held 19 August 1934 confirmed Hitler as sole Führer (leader) of Germany. All power was centralised in Hitler's hands, and his word became above all laws. The government was not a coordinated, co-operating body, but a collection of factions struggling for power and Hitler's favour. In the midst of the Great Depression, the Nazis restored economic stability and ended mass unemployment using heavy military spending and a mixed economy. Extensive public works were undertaken, including the construction of Autobahns (high speed highways). The return to economic stability boosted the regime's popularity.

Racism, especially antisemitism, was a central feature of the regime. The Germanic peoples (the Nordic race) were considered the purest of the Aryan race, and were therefore the master race. Millions of Jews and others deemed undesirable were persecuted and murdered in the Holocaust. Opposition to Hitler's rule was ruthlessly suppressed. Members of the liberal, socialist, and communist opposition were killed, imprisoned, or exiled. The Christian churches were also oppressed, with many leaders imprisoned. Education focused on racial biology, population policy, and fitness for military service. Career and educational opportunities for women were curtailed. Recreation and tourism were organised via the Strength Through Joy program, and the 1936 Summer Olympics showcased the Third Reich on the international stage. Propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels made effective use of film, mass rallies, and Hitler's hypnotising oratory to control public opinion. The government controlled artistic expression, promoting specific art forms and banning or discouraging others.


Adolf Hitler was an Austrian born German politician and the leader of the Nazi Party (National Socialist German Workers Party). He was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and dictator of Nazi Germany (as Führer und Reichskanzler) from 1934 to 1945. Hitler was at the center of Nazi Germany, World War II in Europe, and the Holocaust. Hitler was a decorated veteran of World War I. He joined the German Workers' Party (precursor of the NSDAP) in 1919, and became leader of the NSDAP in 1921. In 1923, he attempted a coup d'état in Munich, known as the Beer Hall Putsch. The failed coup resulted in Hitler's imprisonment, during which time he wrote his memoir, Mein Kampf (My Struggle). After his release in 1924, Hitler gained popular support by attacking the Treaty of Versailles and promoting Pan-Germanism, antisemitism, and anti-communism with charismatic oratory and Nazi propaganda. After his appointment as chancellor in 1933, he transformed the Weimar Republic into the Third Reich, a single-party dictatorship based on the totalitarian and autocratic ideology of Nazism.

Dawn of Man

2D Leaderscene by Leugi

Adolf Hitler, grave salutations to you. You are the leader of the third German Empire - successor to those which had been suppressed in their glory by the envious powers that dominate Europe. Yours is culture of art and innovation, of science and industrial power, which need only be directed by the command of your will to forge once more a tremendous might that would have Europe fall to her knees.

O' mighty Chancellor, noble Germany yearns for one with such passion as yours to be the light in her darkest hour. Can you raise her armies and march them to the corners of Europe? Can you build a civilization that will stand the test of time?

Introduction: I am Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of Germany and leader of the German people. So let's talk about the land which you mistakenly believe to be yours.

Introduction: What? Who is this? You cannot just waltz into Germany like this without an appointment. Do you know who I am? I am Adolf Hitler.

Defeat: There will be consequences to this defeat! I assure you! The inter-webs will never forget me!

Unique Attributes

Germany (Hitler)
Das Vaterland

Great Generals grant the Blitz promotion to adjacent Infantry units and may be expended for Science. +10% Great General generation for each war and denunciation with a major civilization (up to 100%)

Panzer (Tank)
  • +1 Movement
  • +10 Combat Strength
  • No movement cost to pillage
Wehrmacht (Infantry)
  • Gain a free Wehrmacht whenever you capture an enemy city after discovering Plastics
  • Starts with the Great Generals I promotion
Jaeger (Rifleman) (replaces the Panzer)
  • Begins with Scouting I and Survivalism I
  • May earn Recon unit promotions
  • Earns promotions 15% faster
City List
  1. Berlin
  2. Hamburg
  3. Munich
  4. Cologne
  5. Frankfurt
  6. Essen
  7. Dortmund
  8. Stuttgart
  9. Düsseldorf
  10. Bremen
  11. Hannover
  12. Duisburg
  13. Leipzig
  14. Dresden
  15. Bonn
  16. Bochum
  17. Bielefeld
  18. Karlsruhe
  19. Gelsenkirchen
  20. Wiesbaden
  21. Münster
  22. Rostock
  23. Chemnitz
  24. Braunschweig
  25. Halle
  26. Mönchengladbach
  27. Kiel
  28. Wuppertal
  29. Freiburg
  30. Hagen
  31. Erfurt
  32. Kaiserslautern
  33. Kassel
  34. Oberhausen
  35. Hamm
  36. Saarbrücken
  37. Krefeld
  38. Pirmasens
  39. Potsdam
  40. Solingen
  41. Osnabrück
  42. Ludwigshafen
  43. Leverkusen
  44. Oldenburg
  45. Neuss
  46. Mülheim
  47. Darmstadt
  48. Herne
  49. Würzburg
  50. Recklinghausen
  51. Göttingen
  52. Wolfsburg
  53. Koblenz
  54. Hildesheim
  55. Erlangen
Spy List
  • Dasch
  • Lilly
  • Grimpel
  • Colepaugh
  • Othmer
  • Guenther
  • Dr Griebl
  • Hermann
  • Guellich
  • Josef
  • Duquesne


World War 2 Modpack 16 New Leaders 18 Units And 4 Buildings ...

Bully City-States, intimidate rivals, have your troops merely pass through areas - do not fear angering neighbours and forming chain-denouncing blocs, these only serve you in the long run with more Great Generals. Keep up a relentless warpath to build up a surplus of Great Generals. When you've got enough for Citadels and Blitz-granting, expend some for Science. Head towards Plastics so you can start gaining Wehrmachts from your Autocracy-fuelled conquest. Head down to Combined Arms afterwards, pick up the Lightning Warfare tenet, and bring terror with supercharged Panzers.


Peace ThemeWar Theme
'Moonlight Sonata' composed by Beethoven.Unknown.

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Mod Support
Map Labels
Unique Cultural Influence

Events and Decisions

Create the Luftwaffe

Although our primary concerns are with holding power over the land, it is important that we are prepared for our enemies in the air, too. Let us create a formidable airforce that would protect our armies from above, and which shall assure our military supremacy further.


  • Player must be Germany (Hitler)
  • Player must have researched Flight
  • May only be enacted once per game


  • 368 Gold
  • 1 Magistrate


  • +10% Production toward Air Units
  • Newly trained Air Units begin with 20 additional XP
Civ 5 Hitler Mod

Adopt the Führerprinzip

The success of the state relies upon supreme leadership. Every man must be afforded absolute authority over their responsibilities, and absolute obediance by their subordinates. These principles shall ensure compliance with the will of our glorious Führer and with the German nation.


  • Player must be Germany (Hitler)
  • May only be enacted from the beginning of the Renaissance Era
  • May only be enacted once per game


  • 2 Magistrates


  • Construct Constables and Police Stations 50% faster
  • Constables and Police Stations yield +2 Local Happiness

Demand for De-militarisation

An Ambassador from the [Civilization] has approached us with an ultimatum: we reduce the size of our armed forces, or they denounce us to the world as a military threat. Clearly, the fools in [Civilization] have recognised our superior power. It would be damning for them to even think of denouncing us.

Option 1: Perhaps we should teach them a lesson.

  • War is declared against the [Civilization]

Option 2: Then we shall reduce the size of our arms... for now.

  • All Military Units not garrisoned in a city are disbanded (unless of level 3 or higher)

JFD's The Empire Of Germany (Hitler) For VP | CivFanatics Forums

Option 3: They're bluffing...

  • 50% chance that [Civilization] will denounce you

New Propaganda

New propaganda material has been drawn up ready to promote the glorious will of the Führer. What is only left is to determine what the Führer's glorious will is and how this propaganda should be directed.

Option 1: Well, let me tell you...

  • Gain a free Great Person of your choice

Exploration Continued Expanded

Colony List

JFD Modding: [Civ V] Civilizations - Germany (Adolf Hitler)

Unique Cultural Influence

'Our people are now... ahem... I won't go there...'

Full Credits List

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Latest Version:v 9
Last Updated:8 March 2015

  • JFD: Coding, Design, Writing
  • Janboruta: Artwork
  • Leugi: Artwork
  • bernie14: Graphics
  • Danrell: Graphics
  • Beethoven: Peace Theme
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Akhenaten • Djoser • Hammurabi • Hatshepsut
Arminius • Constantine • Genseric • Hannibal
Afonso I • Aleksandr Nevsky • Alexios I Komnenos • Alfred • Brian Boru • Charlemagne • Gediminas • Haakon Haakonsson • Innocent III • Ingolfur Arnarson • Justinian I • Margarethe • Stefan Dusan • Stephen I • Tiridates III • Vaclav II • William I • Vlad III
Charles V • Christian IV • Gian Galeazzo • Henry VIII • Ivan IV • James VI • Louis XIV • Mehmed II • Philip II • Philip III• Sigismund II
Ahmad Shah Durrani • Alexander I • Dufour • Ferdinand I • Frederick • Frederick Augustus I • Joseph II • Karl XII • Peter I
Brigham Young • Lincoln • Ludwig II • Meiji • Oscar II • Pius IX • Victor Emmanuel II • Victoria
Albert I • Clemenceau • George V • Lenin • Nicholas II • Victor Emmanuel III
Stalin • Churchill • Roosevelt • Mussolini • Hitler • Tojo • Charles de Gaulle • Pilsudski
Jigme Dorji Wangchuck • Putin
Ali ibn al-Hassan • Saladin • Saif bin Sultan • Seddon • Bulan • Eri • Robrecht III
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