From: Trollhättan, Sweden
Hey! What about Swedish! Oh, sh*t, forgot that we made a big deal out of going to Germany and most of northern Europe in the 17th century and later had to import a French King to save the monarchy (one could argue about the sanity in that, oui, oui, but that was in the 18th century). Then, a small glitch in the action, and we're at the 21st century and all of a sudden, there's no cold war, only a global market. Only 9 million speak Swedish as their first language (and probably out of those, 1 million has relatives in other countries speaking other languages) and the % playing war games most likely will deal with the manual and the forums as they are = Mainly in some version of English. I consider myself to fluent in Swenglish, but based on the differences between US, British, Aussie and Indian English, I have learned to cope with my own shortcomings.....
On the serious side, I know that the people over at TOAW III made some fuzz over language versions of the game itself, most of them seemingly developed by the community in exchange for free copies of the game. Not sure that a version of that could be used here, but at least its proof somehting can be done (And no, please no Swedish versions of anything......)