Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. The government is a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as ehad of state.

France is a semi-presidential republic and the largest country in western Europe. It’s claims to fame include (redundant text) being the most-visited country in the world … permeanent seat on the UN Security Council and is a member of the G8, NATO, the OECD and the WTO.

Germany is the most populous member state in the European Union. As well as a founder member of the EU, it is also a member of the United Nations, NATO, the G8 OECD(missing comma) and the Council of Europe. The German economy is the fourth largest economy in the world, the second largest exporter and third largest importer of goods.Germany (missing space) is also the biggest net contributor to the EU budget.

France is missing date in its a “population” line but i think that dates should be removed all together and simply kept as relevant as possible in game. It is also the only country mentioning “Roman Catholic” instead of just “Christians” in religion line, which is weird.

Some lines feature both lower and higher case words like “consumption” and “Consumption”. I think that using lower case is a proper way of writing descriptions.

I disagree this is redundant text. ‘claims to fame’ is an established turn of phrase, and means the things it’s famous for. However, the It’s here is wrong, it should be its. You only use an apostrophe in its if it’s short for ‘it is’.

Then it should read:

Its claim to fame includes being the most-visited country in the world…

Sorry to disagree again, but the full quote includes two claims to fame (most visited country and best overall healthcare), so the plural is also correct.

thanks for pointing these out

I’d like to add by pointing out two of these. In the self-employed group description, the second sentence says “…without payingtoo much in tax,…”

The other is for Canadian names, Jack and Jan are not capitalized.

Thanks, I’ll fix these.

while playing as germany, i noticed a minister name: “marie Schroder”. I guess it should be “Marie”

edit: an addition of typos on that land mine ban: