Journal Entry 2. After the incident, I was put into a psychologic facility, essentially I sat down, and a guy was assigned to help me recover from the incident mentally. He asked me whether I had Thoughts about the morality of massacring civilians, I was suspicious about how he knew it. But I shrugged it off since we are dealing with a civil war. I replied to him truthfully, That I was questioning the morality of it. He told me that the saxish had been natural enemies of the Teutons. It is completely ethical to kill them, it was deserved, and that's what they shall get. We are fighting for freedom, for a republic, and for a Teutonic ethnostate. I agreed, wasn't this the natural order of things? We were always enemies, and this union is long overdue. Then I was assigned to the 4th division. we conscripted locals, each local was armed, and did kill civilians. But I just shrugged it off. We went to Southfluss, or as it was renamed to Südfluss. We knew we were treading on enemy territory, but we were prepared enough. Armed with bayonets, Motorized vehicles, and even a light tank. ( some guy apparently stole it, with fuel. I still don't understand how the hell he got it, but we have a tank.) As any rebellion, we were underestimated. So from what I gathered, the Forces that we will face will be mostly infantry. We were at the outskirts of the city, Smoke poured out of the Center, From what it looked like, Hell was on earth. Gunshots could be heard. I felt this... Overwhelming feeling of fear and stress... We entered the city, It looked like the aftermath of a full-scale riot, The glow of the flames made the night more bearable. We marched near the Duke's parliament, looked like it suffered hell. but we still haven't seen hell up-close. We continued to march west, The glow getting stronger. We heard gunshots, so we took our bayonets and shot the direction of where the sound came from. we looked to investigate, and it presumably a scout for the saxish army. as evidenced by the flag on his uniform. It seemed that they abandoned the city. so we marched further to the flames. what we saw... was horrible. The Duke's Palace was on fire. Armed Locals fending off policemen and soldiers, We shot what was remaining of the saxish resistance. With that, Our commander told us to garrison the city. We completely Abandoned the northwest of Südfluss, as most of the buildings were on fire. We set up camp in abandoned houses, being fed crackers called Krömp, after the sound, it makes when you bite into it. It tasted like cement covered with 2 grains of salt. I should get used to this though...