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Diplomacy

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  • Technical Note: The map is now available as a multi-layer xcf.bz2 here: diplomacy_spring1907.xcf.bz2. Now available with labels with all the 3-letter province codes.
  • Technical Note2: The moves are listed below in reverse order, so the last move is at the TOP of this page.

Game 1

England - Daniel & Brendan; France - Rob; Germany - James; Austria - Adam; Russia - Harriet; Italy - Steve; Turkey - Arfon

Spring 1907

Diplomacy Spring 1907

Orders

France:

  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Paris
  • Army Spain → Portugal
  • Army Marseilles → Spain
  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Brest
  • Army Paris DESTROYED
  • Army Spain DESTROYED
  • Army Brest RETREAT Gascony

Germany:

  • Fleet English Channel SUPPORT Fleet Mid Atlantic → Brest
  • Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Burgundy → Brest
  • Army Galacia → Vienna
  • Army Belgium → Burgundy
  • Army Munich → Tyrol
  • Army Bohemia SUPPORT Army Galacia → Vienna
  • Army Galacia RETREAT Silesia

Russia:

  • Fleet Mid Atlantic → Brest
  • Fleet Irish Sea → Mid Atlantic
  • Army Wales HOLD
  • Army Warsaw HOLD
  • Army Moscow HOLD
  • Army St. Petersburg SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • Army Livonia SUPPORT Army Warsaw

Turkey:

  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Ukraine
  • Army Ukraine SUPPORT Army Sevastopol
  • Army Rumania → Galacia
  • Army Budapest SUPPORT Army Rumania → Galacia
  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Sevastopol
  • Fleet Western Mediterranean → Spain
  • Army Serbia HOLD
  • Army Bulgaria HOLD

Italy:

  • Army Trieste SUPPORT Army Vienna
  • Fleet Greece HOLD
  • Army Venice SUPPORT Army Vienna
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Army Budapest → Galacia
  • Fleet Portugal SUPPORT Fleet Western Mediterranean → Spain
  • Army Rome HOLD :!: (No Orders)
  • Fleet Naples → Tyrennian Sea

Autumn 1906

Diplomacy Autumn 1906

Orders

France:

  • Army Portugal → Spain
  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Paris
  • Army Spain → Marsellies
  • Army Marseilles → Piedmont
  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Brest
  • DISBAND Army Piedmont

Germany:

  • Fleet English Channel SUPPORT Army Picardy → Brest
  • Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Picardy → Brest
  • Army Silesia → Galacia
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Burgundy
  • Army Munich SUPPORT Army Bohemia
  • Army Bohemia SUPPORT Army Silesia → Galacia

Russia:

  • Fleet North Atlantic → Mid Atlantic
  • Fleet Irish Sea SUPPORT Fleet North Atlantic → Mid Atlantic
  • Army Liverpool → Wales
  • Army Warsaw HOLD (No Orders) :!:
  • Army Moscow SUPPORT Army Warsaw → Ukraine
  • Army St. Petersburg SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • Army Livonia → Warsaw

Turkey:

  • :!: CIVIL DISORDER - All Units Hold
  • DISBAND Army Galacia

Italy:

  • Army Tyrol → Trieste
  • Fleet Ionian Sea → Greece
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic → English Channel
  • Army Venice SUPPORT Army Tyrol → Trieste
  • Army Vienna HOLD (No Orders)
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic RETREAT to Portugal
  • BUILD Army Rome
  • BUILD Fleet Naples

Austria Hungary:

  • :!: CIVIL DISORDER - All Units Hold
  • Army Vienna RETREAT to Albania
  • DISBAND Army Albania

Spring 1906

Diplomacy Spring 1906

Orders

France:

  • Army Gascony → Spain
  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Paris
  • Army Spain → Portugal
  • Army Marseilles HOLD
  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Brest

Germany:

  • Fleet North Sea → English Channel
  • Army Burgundy SUPPORT Army Picardy → Paris
  • Army Picardy → Paris
  • Army Silesia SUPPORT Army Munich → Bohemia
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Burgundy
  • Army Munich → Bohemia
  • Army Ruhr → Munich

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea → North Atlantic
  • Fleet Irish Sea SUPPORT Fleet North Sea → English Channel
  • Army Edinburgh → Liverpool
  • Army Liverpool → Edinburgh
  • Army Warsaw SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • Army Moscow SUPPORT Army Warsaw
  • Army St. Petersburg HOLD

Turkey:

  • :!: CIVIL DISORDER - All Units Hold

Italy:

  • Army Bohemia → Vienna
  • Army Tyrol SUPPORT Army Bohemia → Vienna
  • Fleet Tyrenian Sea → Ionian Sea
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic HOLD (No Orders)
  • Army Piedmont → Venice

Austria Hungary:

  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Army Warsaw → Galacia

Autumn 1905

Diplomacy Autumn 1905

Orders

France:

  • Army Gascony → Paris
  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Gascony → Paris
  • Army Spain HOLD
  • Army Marseilles → Burgundy
  • BUILD Army Paris

Germany:

  • Fleet North Sea → English Channel
  • Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Silesia SUPPORT Army Warsaw
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Burgundy
  • Army Bohemia → Munich
  • Army Ruhr SUPPORT Army Bohemia → Munich

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea CONVOY Army Edinburgh → North Atlantic :!:
  • Army Edinburgh → North Atlantic :!:
  • Army Liverpool → Edinburgh
  • Army Warsaw SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • Army Moscow SUPPORT Army Warsaw
  • Army Livonia SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • BUILD Army St. Petersburg

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea HOLD
  • Army Serbia HOLD
  • Army Ukraine → Moscow
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Army Ukraine → Moscow
  • Army Galacia SUPPORT Army Rumania → Ukraine
  • Army Rumania → Ukraine
  • Fleet Tyrenian Sea → Western Mediterranean
  • Army Budapest SUPPORT Army Galacia
  • Army Bulgaria → Rumania

Italy:

  • Army Vienna → Bohemia
  • Army Tyrol → Munich
  • Fleet Ionian Sea → Tyrenian Sea
  • Fleet Western Mediterranean → English Channel
  • Army Venice → Piedmont

Austria Hungary:

  • BUILD Army Vienna :!: :!: :!:

Spring 1905

Press Releases

Diplomacy Spring 1905

Orders

England:

  • Fleet Spain → Portugal

France:

  • Army Paris → Gascony
  • Army Picardy → Paris :!:
  • Army Portugal → Spain
  • Army Marseilles SUPPORT Army Portugal → Spain

Germany:

  • Fleet North Sea CONVOY Army London → Belgium
  • Army Burgundy SUPPORT Army Picardy
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Burgundy
  • Army Munich → Bohemia
  • Army Belgium → Ruhr
  • Army London → Belgium
  • Army Berlin → Silesia

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea → North Atlantic
  • Fleet Edinburgh → Norwegian Sea
  • Army Liverpool → Edinburgh
  • Army Warsaw SUPPORT Army Berlin → Silesia
  • Army Moscow HOLD
  • Army St. Petersburg → Livonia

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Sevastopol
  • Army Serbia SUPPORT Army Budapest
  • Army Rumania → Ukraine
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Army Rumania → Ukraine
  • Army Galacia SUPPORT Army Rumania → Ukraine
  • Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • Fleet Ionian Sea → Tyrenian Sea
  • Army Budapest SUPPORT Army Trieste → Vienna
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria

Austria-Hungary:

  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Army Munich → Bohemia

Italy:

  • Army Tyrol SUPPORT Army Trieste → Vienna
  • Army Trieste → Vienna
  • Fleet Albania → Ionian Sea
  • Fleet Western Mediterranean → Mid Atlantic
  • Army Venice SUPPORT Tyrol

Autumn 1904

Press Releases

Diplomacy Autumn 1904

  • Generalissimo Steve declared a national holiday in Italy as children all over the country gorged themselves on figrolls. Il Duce as he now prefers to be known immediately enacted a law enforcing compulsory siestas for all workers in the newly liberated province of Trieste. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Carlos Barcodi demanded the surrender of the pathetic remaining Austrian resistance. He promised leniency to all surrendering Austrians, guaranteeing that they would not be castrated like their more unruly brothers.
  • Kaiser Jim, whilst at a digital inclusion symposium, demanded that all Europe submit to Teutonic ways. He claimed that anything other than German domination of Europe would be “unergonomic”. He went on to say that “if you love monkeys then ally with Italy, and we shall deal with you accordingly.”
  • Admiral Brendan made a daring raid and took the Spanish unawares from the rear (with Italian support).
  • Archduke Adam has packed up his extensive dice collection and is awaiting a lifetime in exile in Moscow.
  • Sultan Arfon, the Grand Turk himself, tore himself away from his hareem to state, “Turkey and Italy shall rule the world!”
  • The French cried.
  • Czarina Harriet greatly amused the conference with her attempts to master the bizarre language of Liverpudlian. She hopes that her herd of prize bears (is that an acceptable collective noun for bears?) will find happiness bounding over the arid plains of Scotland.

Orders

England:

  • Fleet English Channel CONVOY Army London → Wales
  • Fleet Clyde → Edinburgh
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic → Spain
  • DISBAND Fleet English Channel
  • DISBAND Fleet Clyde

France:

  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Brest
  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Paris
  • Army Portugal → Spain
  • Army Marseilles → Spain
  • Fleet Gascony SUPPORT Army Brest
  • DISBAND Fleet Gascony

Germany:

  • Fleet North Sea → London
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Picardy
  • Army Picardy → Paris
  • Army Munich → Tyrol
  • Army Burgundy → Gascony
  • Army London → Brest
  • BUILD Army Berlin

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea → Edinburgh
  • Fleet Norway → Norwegian Sea
  • Army Liverpool SUPPORT Fleet Norwegian Sea → Edinburgh
  • Army Moscow SUPPORT Army Ukraine → Warsaw
  • Army Ukraine → Warsaw
  • BUILD Army St. Petersburg

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • Army Serbia SUPPORT Army Rumania → Budapest
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • Army Greece → Bulgaria
  • Army Galacia → Warsaw
  • Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • Fleet Aegean Sea → Ionian Sea
  • Army Rumania → Budapest
  • BUILD Army Constantinople

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Adriatic → Venice
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Army Budapest → Trieste
  • Army Budapest → Trieste
  • DISBAND Fleet Adriatic

Italy:

  • Army Tyrol → Venice
  • Army Trieste SUPPORT Army Rumania → Budapest
  • Fleet Albania SUPPORT Army Trieste
  • Fleet Western Mediterranean SUPPORT Fleet Mid Atlantic → Spain
  • BUILD Army Venice

Spring 1904

Press Releases

  • Despite rumours to the contrary Generalissimo Steve is alive and well. (The assination attempt by one of his mistresses is merely a rumour.) Carlos Barcodi announced, “At last the inheritors of Rome now own the fig roll factories of Trieste, though personally we prefer Garibaldis.”

Diplomacy Spring 1904

Orders

  • :!: CORRECTION Generalissiso Steve did submit orders by email well in time for the deadline. Correct orders are below. The map has been revised - press reload on your browser if you're still seeing the old version.
  • CIVIL DISORDER! * Army Tyrol HOLD * Army Venice HOLD * Fleet Albania HOLD * Fleet Western Mediterranean HOLD

England:

  • Fleet English Channel HOLD
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic Ocean HOLD
  • Fleet Edinburgh → Clyde

France:

  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Brest
  • Army Brest SUPPORT Army Paris
  • Army Portugal → Spain
  • Army Marseilles → Spain
  • Fleet Gascony SUPPORT Army Brest

Germany:

  • Fleet North Sea CONVOY Army Denmark → London
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Picardy
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Munich → Burgundy
  • Army Burgundy → Paris
  • Army Denmark → London

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea → Clyde
  • Fleet Norway → Norwegian Sea
  • Army Clyde → Liverpool
  • Army Moscow → Sevastopol
  • Army Ukraine → Rumania

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea CONVOY Army Ankara → Rumania
  • Army Serbia SUPPORT Army Ankara → Rumania
  • Army Sevastopol HOLD
  • Army Greece HOLD
  • Army Rumania → Galacia
  • Army Bulgaria SUPPORT Army Ankara → Rumania
  • Fleet Smyrna → Aegean Sea
  • Army Ankara → Rumania

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Trieste HOLD
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Army Budapest
  • Army Budapest SUPPORT Army Ukraine → Rumania

Italy:

  • Army Tyrol SUPPORT Army Venice → Trieste
  • Army Venice → Trieste
  • Fleet Albania SUPPORT Army Venice → Trieste
  • Fleet Western Mediterranean → Mid Atlantic

Autumn 1903

Autumn 1903

Press Releases

  • Kaiser Jim told the world of his wish for open source tanks to roll over France. “On behalf of the German nation I apologise for the delay in liberating the French people,” the kaiser announced while visiting Rotherham.
  • Archduke Adam offered fig rolls to anyone who would accept them.
  • General Roberto Napoleon bought some new underpants as France braced itself against a German onslaught.
  • Czarina Harriet denounced Turkish expansionism.
  • The Turkish Empire saved the tigers of Serbia from the Austro-Hungarians foices, who were hunting them to extinction. They continued patrols of their other borders.
  • Generalissimo Steve announced that the Italian army was enjoying a period of sightseeing and recuperation in Tyrol. He condemned the German incursions into sovereign French territory and suggested that they [the Germans] would be better advised to look to the looming danger from Russia. Foreign Minister Carlos Barcodi appealed to the Austrians to cease their senseless resistance before the streets Vienna end up awash with blood.
  • The English were too busy at a barbecque

Orders

England:

  • Fleet Brest HOLD
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic Ocean → Spain
  • Fleet North Sea → Edinburgh

France:

  • Army Paris SUPPORT Army Picardy → Brest
  • Army Picardy → Brest
  • Army Portugal → Spain
  • Army Marseilles → Spain
  • Fleet Gascony SUPPORT Army Picardy → Brest

Germany:

  • Fleet Denmark → North Sea
  • Army Holland → Belgium
  • Army Belgium → Picardy
  • Army Munich SUPPORT Army Ruhr → Burgundy
  • Army Ruhr → Burgundy
  • Army Kiel → Denmark

Russia:

  • Fleet Norwegian Sea CONVOY Army Norway → Clyde
  • Fleet Sweden → Norway
  • Army Norway → Clyde
  • Army Finland → Sweden
  • Army Moscow SUPPORT Army Ukraine
  • Army Ukraine SUPPORT Army Moscow
  • DISBAND Army Sweden

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Sevastopol
  • Army Bulgaria → Serbia
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Army Rumania
  • Army Greece SUPPORT Army Bulgaria → Serbia
  • Army Rumania SUPPORT Army Sevastopol
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • BUILD Army Ankara
  • BUILD Fleet Smyrna

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Trieste HOLD
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Fleet Trieste
  • Army Budapest SUPPORT Fleet Trieste

Italy:

  • Army Piedmont → Tyrol
  • Army Venice SUPPORT Army Piedmont → Tyrol
  • Fleet Albania → Trieste
  • Fleet Gulf of Lyon → Western Mediterranean

Spring 1903

Spring 1903

Press Releases

  • Czarina Harriet announced disgust at the destruction of her army at the hands of the barbaric Turks.
  • Generalissimo Steve announced his continuing support for the civilising forces of Turkey. With the successful liberation of Albania, Carlos Barcodi announced that the Austro-Russian axis of evil could no longer expect to threaten the free peoples of Europe with impunity. Together Italy and Turkey would usher in a new era of peace and prosperity. He later added that a free France was important to Italy's national security and urged the Germans to turn their attentions away from France and help quash the savage Austrians once and for all.
  • The Mighty Turkish Empire reaffirmed its bonds with Italy, allowing them to retake Albania, as was their due. Emperor Arfon expressed regret that the Russian's backstabbing nature had led to the retaking of the ancient Turk lands, given freely in the past as a gift of goodwill. Debates continue as to whether further gifts of land should be reclaimed from those who turned upon the Empire.

Orders

England:

  • Fleet English Channel → Brest
  • Fleet Mid Atlantic Ocean SUPPORT Fleet English Channel → Brest
  • Fleet Skagerrak → North Sea

France:

  • Fleet Brest SUPPORT Army Picardy
  • Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Army Spain → Portugal
  • Army Marseilles SUPPORT Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Fleet Brest RETREATS → Gascony

Germany:

  • Fleet Denmark HOLD
  • Army Holland SUPPORT Army Belgium
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Army Ruhr → Burgundy
  • Army Munich SUPPORT Army Ruhr → Burgundy
  • Army Ruhr → Burgundy
  • Army Kiel SUPPORT Fleet Denmark

Russia:

  • Fleet Barents Sea → Norwegian Sea
  • Fleet Sweden SUPPORT Army Norway
  • Army Norway SUPPORT Fleet Sweden
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Army Moscow → Ukraine
  • Army St. Petersburg → Finland
  • Army Moscow → Ukraine
  • Army Sevastopol RETREATS → Moscow

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Armenia → Sevastopol
  • Army Bulgaria → Serbia
  • Army Armenia → Sevastopol
  • Army Greece SUPPORT Fleet Adriatic → Albania
  • Army Rumania SUPPORT Army Armenia → Sevastopol
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Trieste HOLD
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Fleet Trieste
  • Army Budapest → Rumania
  • Army Albania → Serbia
  • Army ALBANIA Destroyed :!:

Italy:

  • Army Tuscany → Piedmont
  • Army Venice → Trieste
  • Fleet Adriatic → Albania
  • Fleet Tyrennian Sea → Gulf of Lyon

Autumn 1902

Autumn 1902

Press Releases

  • Kaiser Jim expressed surprise at the British navy's lack of enthusiasm for a bridgehead in Picardy.
  • Generalissimo Steve denied rumours that the returning Italian army from Tunis was riddled with dysentry, and said everything is “business as normal”. Carlos Barcodi expressed the wish for a new Pax Romana.
  • Emperor Arfon sought the aid of his homelands to help secure the aggresive defence, at the price of alcohol, and so was forced to liberate the land of Rumania from the traitorous Russians, to ensure a liberal supply of Rum.

Orders

England:

  • Fleet London → English Channel
  • Army Finland → Sweden
  • Fleet English Channel → Mid Atlantic Ocean
  • Fleet Skagerrak SUPPORT Army Finland → Sweden
  • DISBAND Army Finland

France:

  • Fleet Brest SUPPORT Army Picardy
  • Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Army Picardy SUPPORT Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Army Spain HOLD
  • BUILD Army Marseilles

Germany:

  • Fleet Denmark HOLD
  • Army Holland SUPPORT Army Belgium
  • Army Belgium SUPPORT Fleet English Channel → Picardy
  • Army Munich → Burgundy
  • Army Ruhr SUPPORT Army Munich → Burgundy
  • BUILD Army Kiel

Russia:

  • Fleet St. Petersburg → Barents Sea
  • Fleet Sweden SUPPORT Army Norway
  • Army Norway SUPPORT Fleet Sweden
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Fleet Rumania → Black Sea :?:
  • Fleet Rumania → Black Sea
  • Army Moscow → St. Petersburg
  • BUILD Army Moscow

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • Army Ankara → Armenia
  • Army Greece → Serbia
  • Army Bulgaria → Rumania
  • BUILD Army Constantinople

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Trieste SUPPORT Army Serbia → Albania
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Fleet Trieste
  • Army Budapest → Serbia
  • Army Serbia → Albania

Italy:

  • Army Tunis → Tuscany
  • Army Venice SUPPORT Fleet Adriatic → Trieste
  • Fleet Adriatic → Trieste
  • Fleet Tyrennian Sea CONVOY Army Tunis → Tuscany

Spring 1902

Diplomacy Spring 1902

Press Releases

  • Generalissimo Steve expressed the wish of the Italian people to take control of the fig-roll factories of Trieste. Foreign Minister Carlos Barcodi wishes the valiant Turks success in the Balkan turmoil, and celebrates the continuing friendship between Italy and France.
  • General Roberto Napoleon of the french military expressed disgust with the stupidity of the English fleet. Foreign Minister Francis Delacroix has gone on record to say “Together we could have held back devious and self-serving German expansionism, but the English have tripped over their own feet and doomed Belgium freedom.” Meanwhile talks with Spain proved fruitful as southwestern Europe continues to unite against eastern aggression.
  • Brigadier Left Stuart Brendan lamented the seductive false promises of the German sausage eaters, as they attempt to invade our sacred waters.

Prime Minister Daniel roared 'We will not stand idly by as the vodka swilling bears of Russia overrun us. we will win!

  • After reclaiming besieged Turkish Lands, the Empire spent the Spring patrolling the borders, although the cease-fire agreement with the Russians fell through when they were NEEEDLESSLY assaulted by a combined force of Russia and Austro-Hungary. Whilst the citizens wept at the betrayal, their resolve hardened in preparation for the trials ahead.

Orders

(Underlined Orders Failed)

England:

  • Fleet London → North Sea
  • Army Norway HOLD
  • Fleet English Channel → Belgium
  • Fleet North Sea → Skagerrak

France:

  • Fleet Brest → Picardy
  • Army Paris → Burgundy
  • Army Picardy → Belgium
  • Army Portugal → Spain

Germany:

  • Fleet Denmark → North Sea
  • Army Kiel → Holland
  • Army Holland → Belgium
  • Army Munich → Picardy
  • Army Ruhr SUPPORT Army Holland → Belgium

Russia:

  • Fleet St. Petersburg SUPPORT Army Sweden → Norway
  • Army Sweden → Norway
  • Army Moscow → Sevastopol
  • Army Sevastopol → Armenia
  • Fleet Rumania SUPPORT Army Serbia → Bulgaria
  • Fleet Gulf of Bothnia → Sweden

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea SUPPORT Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • Army Ankara → Armenia
  • Army Greece SUPPORT Army Bulgaria → Serbia
  • Army Bulgaria → Serbia

Austria-Hungary:

  • Fleet Trieste SUPPORT Army Vienna :?:
  • Army Vienna SUPPORT Fleet Trieste
  • Army Budapest → Serbia
  • Army Serbia → Bulgaria

Italy:

  • Army Tunis HOLD
  • Army Venice → Trieste
  • Fleet Rome → Tyrennian Sea
  • Fleet Ionian Sea → Adriatic

Autumn 1901

Diplomacy Autumn 1901

Press Releases

Conflict throughout the continent of Europe appears to be spreading, and has included land battles as well as naval engagements. Further neutral countries have been annexed by their more powerful neighbours. German and French forces clashed in neutral Belgium, while the Italian army in Venice mounted an unsuccessful assault on Trieste. The Turkish Black Sea fleet bombarded Sevastopol, but failed to make headway in occupying the province.

  • General Rob expressed outrage at the disruption of his troop and naval movements along the northern coast of France. “Belgium is a Francophone country, and yearns to be reunited with their French brothers.” He made no comment as to the launch of the potentially hostile English Fleet into “La Manche”.
  • Kaiser Jim announced the peaceful occupation of Holland by his central army. “This is simply bringing order in an otherwise chaotic world; it's unsustainable for a small country to remain neutral in a circumstance of such danger. We are delighted that the people of Holland have chosen to join a united German protectorate.” His spokesman commented, “We could not stand idly by as we saw French preparations for an attack on neutral Belgium. Fortunately our armies were able to help the Belgians to resist this menace.”
  • A spokesman for Czarina Harriet expressed her pleasure at the occupation of Sweden by her Northern Expeditionary Force.
  • “My Northern Army's exercises were simply making sure you were awake.” Generalisimo Steve asserted at a tense diplomatic meeting with Archduke Adam's ambassador. “Italy's heroic army have bravely defended Europe against the Tunisian hordes and suppressed Africa's revolutionary and expansionist tendencies. Surely you can tolerate a little over-enthusiasm from our Venetian army!”
  • Archduke Adam commented that his forces were entirely defensive, and that the people of Serbia concurred. “The people of the Adriatic coast are quite secure and will not tolerate Italy's expansionist tendencies. We will stand firm against any invasion threat, however absurd.”
  • Admiral Brendan insisted that “We have a perfect right to perform naval exercises in the English Channel.” Prime Minister Daniel commented “There's no need for General Rob nor the French people to become concerned by our maneuvers.” As to his countries apparent annexation of Norway, he said “Since the dark ages the peoples of Scandinavia and Britain have held much in common. We're simply acting out of brotherly concern to ensure that fellow Europeans of Viking ancestry are not invaded by the Russian hordes.”
  • Announcing three days of national celebration at the expansion of Turkish rule into Greece Sultan Arfon the Magnificent announced, “The glories of the Ottoman Empire will be restored!”

Orders

(Underlined Orders Failed)

England:

  • Fleet London → English Channel
  • Army Yorkshire → Norway
  • Fleet North Sea CONVOY Army Yorkshire → Norway
  • BUILD Fleet London

France:

  • Fleet Brest → Picardy
  • Army Picardy → Belgium
  • Army Spain → Portugal
  • BUILD Army Paris

Germany:

  • Fleet Denmark HOLD
  • Army Kiel → Holland
  • Army Ruhr → Belgium
  • BUILD Army Munich
  • BUILD Army Kiel

Russia:

  • Fleet Gulf of Bothnia CONVOY Army Livonia → Sweden
  • Army Livonia → Sweden
  • Army Sevastopol SUPPORT Fleet Rumania
  • Fleet Rumania HOLD
  • BUILD Fleet St.Petersburg (North Coast)
  • BUILD Army Moscow

Turkey:

  • Fleet Black Sea → Sevastopol
  • Army Bulgaria → Greece
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • BUILD Army Ankara
  • BUILD Army Constantinople

Austria-Hungary:

  • Army Serbia HOLD
  • Army Vienna HOLD
  • Fleet Trieste HOLD
  • BUILD Army Budapest

Italy:

  • Fleet Ionian Sea CONVOY Army Naples → Tunis
  • Army Naples → Tunis
  • Army Venice → Trieste
  • BUILD Fleet Rome

Spring 1901

Diplomacy Spring 1901

Press Releases

The continent of Europe is in ferment as competing powers with imperial ambitions move to annexe neutral countries and neighbours. Armed conflict has already broken out with a prolonged naval artillery duel in the English Channel. Neither the French fleet nor Britain's Southern Fleet have been able to occupy the contested waterway.

  • General Rob noted the welcome received by his “Modernising, liberating forces” as they moved to “Assist the government of Spain in liberating their ill-served populace from backwardness”. He described reports of a major naval engagement in the English channel as “Entirely overstated” and remarked “It's simply a small misunderstanding between friendly neighbours”.
  • Kaiser Jim was delighted to announce the re-unification of Denmark with the German people.
  • A spokesman for Czarina Harriet told of the tearful welcome of Russia's heroic sailors the from the “Benighted, superstitious” people of Rumania. The Czarina's fleet has, he announced, “Come to free them from fear of vampirism and the marauding Turk”.
  • Generalisimo Steve was happy to announce that the Italian fleet was making the Ionian sea a place safe for all civilised nations. Foreign Minister Carlos Barcodi reassured the peoples of Europe that Italy will not stint in its duty to protect them from the Tunisian menace.
  • Archduke Adam announced the replacement of the “Dishonest, criminal” government of Serbia with a “New, more progressive” regime.
  • Admiral Brendan announced “Satisfactory progress” with their North Sea expeditionary force, and “Serious concerns” over what he described as “Utterly unprovoked firing upon the British Fleet”. Prime Minister Daniel thundered, “It is, after all, the English Channel!”
  • Sultan Arfon the Magnificent vowed to “Recreate the peaceful, united empire” that had existed prior to the “Absurd separatist schisms” of the Balkan Nations.

Orders

(Underlined Orders Failed)

England:

  • Fleet London → English Channel
  • Army Liverpool → Yorkshire
  • Fleet Edinburgh → North Sea

France:

  • Fleet Brest → English Channel
  • Army Paris → Picardy
  • Army Marseilles → Spain

Germany:

  • Fleet Kiel → Denmark
  • Army Berlin → Kiel
  • Army Munich → Ruhr

Russia:

  • Fleet St. Petersburg → Gulf of Bothnia
  • Army Warsaw → Livonia
  • Army Moscow → Sevastopol
  • Fleet Sevastopol → Rumania

Turkey:

  • Fleet Ankara → Black Sea
  • Army Constantinople → Bulgaria
  • Army Smyrna → Constantinople

Austria-Hungary:

  • Army Budapest → Serbia
  • Army Vienna HOLD
  • Fleet Trieste HOLD

Italy:

  • Fleet Naples → Ionian Sea
  • Army Rome → Naples
  • Army Venice HOLD
 
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