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GAME # 4
Working language: English
7-I-2006 - 20-I-2007 (1 year and 13 days)
1914-1922 (9 years)
ended with Russian victory  upon agreement of all surviving Countries

  Player   Centers Score/20 Country

years played*

1. Matteo 13 19 RU 1914-1922 PM
2. Bruno 11 16 UK 1913-1922 PM
2. Edi 3 16 AT 1913-1914 3P, 1914-1916 2M, 1916-1918 3P, 1918-1922 PM
4. Enrico A. 3 15 AT 1913-1917 PM, 1917-1921 2M, 1921-1922 3P
4. Douglas 4 15 DE 1918-1919 2M, 1919-1921 PM, 1921-1922 2M
6. Fabio D. 13 12 RU 1920-1922 2M
7. Daniele - 10 DE 1913-1916 3P, 1916-1916 2M, 1916-1917 3P, 1917-1917 2M, 1917-1918 3P
8. Luiz Victor 11 9 UK 1913-1922 3P,
8. Fabrizio 13 9 RU 1914-1915 2M, 1915-1922 3P
8. Christian 4 9 DE 1919-1921 2M, 1921-1921 3P, 1921-1921 2M, 1921-1922 PM
11. Waldir 11 8 UK 1913-1922 2M,

11.

Demián 1 8 FR 1916-1919 3P, 1919-1920 PM, 1920-1921 3M, 1921-1922 PM
11. Andrew - 8 RU 1913-1914 3P, 1914-1915 3P, 1915-1920 2M
14. Aderson 0 7 TR 1913-1915 3P, 1915-1915 2M, 1915-1916 PM
14. Luca B. 1 7 FR 1916-1922 2M
14. Sebastián 2 7 IT 1913-1917 3P, 1917-1922 PM, 1922-1922 3P
14. David 2 7 IT 1922-1922 2M
18. Daniel P. 2 6 IT 1913-1917 PM, 1917-1922 2M, 1922-1922 PM
18. Rafael 0 6 TR 1913-1915 2M, 1915-1915 3P, 1915-1916 2M
18. André 0 6 TR 1913-1915 PM, 1915-1916 3P
21. Alex 4 5 DE 1913-1916 PM, 1916-1916 3P, 1916-1917 2M, 1917-1917 3P, 1917-1918 2M, 1918-1921 3P, 1921-1921 2M, 1921-1922 3P
21. Alessandro - 5 RU 1913-1914 2M
23. Joschka 3 4 AT 1913-1914 2M, 1914-1916 3P, 1916-1917 2M, 1917-1918 PM, 1918-1921 3P, 1921-1922 2M
23. Stefano - 4 RU 1913-1914 PM
23. Diego - 4 FR 1913-1916 PM
23. Ezequiel - 4 FR 1913-1915 2M, 1915-1916 3P
23. Llibert - 4 DE 1913-1916 2M, 1916-1919 PM, 1919-1919 2M
28. Fabio G. 1 3 FR 1916-1919 PM, 1919-1920 3P, 1920-1921 PM, 1921-1922 3P
29. Martín - 2 FR 1913-1915 3P, 1915-1916 3P
30. Israel - 1 IT 1913-1917 2M, 1917-1922 3P, 1922-1922 PM

* PM = as Prime Minister; 2M = as Second Minister; 3P = as Third Player

Country Centers PM - Prime Minister 2M - 2nd Minister 3P - 3rd Player
1. RU - Russia 13 1913-1914 Stefano
1914-1922 Matteo
1913-1914 Alessandro
1914-1915 Fabrizio
1915-1920 Andrew
1920-1922 Fabio D.
1913-1915 Andrew
1915-
1922 Fabrizio
2. UK - United Kingdom 11 1913-1922 Bruno 1913-1922 Waldir 1913-1922 Luiz Victor
3. DE - Germany 4 1913-1916 Alex
1916-1919 Llibert
1919-1921 Douglas
1921-1922 Christian
1913-1916 Llibert
1916-1916 Daniele
1916-1917 Alex
1917-1917 Daniele
1917-1918 Alex
1918-1919 Douglas
1919-1919 Llibert
1919-1921 Christian
1921-1921 Alex
1921-1921 Christian
1921-1922 Douglas
1913-1916 Daniele
1916-1916 Alex
1916-1917 Daniele
1917-1917 Alex
1917-1918 Daniele
1918-1921 Alex
1921-1921 Christian
1921-1922 Alex
4. AT - Austria-Hungary 3 1913-1917 Enrico A.
1917-1918 Joschka
1918-1922 Edi
1913-1914 Joschka
1914-1916 Edi
1916-1917 Joschka
1917-1921 Enrico A.
1921-1922 Joschka
1913-1914 Edi
1914-1916 Joschka
1916-1918 Edi
1918-1921 Joschka
1921-1922 Enrico A.
5. IT - Italy 2 1913-1917 Daniel P.
1917-1922 Sebastián
1922-1922 Israel
1922-1922 Daniel P.
1913-1917 Israel
1917-1922 Daniel P.
1922-1922 David
1913-1917 Sebastián
1917-1922 Israel
1922-1922 Sebastián
6. FR - France 1 1913-1916 Diego
1916-1919 Fabio G.
1919-1920 Demián
1920-1921 Fabio G.
1921-1922 Demián
1913-1915 Ezequiel
1915-1916 Martín
1916-1922 Luca B.
1913-1915 Martín
1915-1916 Ezequiel
1916-1919 Demián
1919-1920 Fabio G.
1920-1921 Demián
1921-1922 Fabio G.
7. TR - Turkey << 1916 1913-1915 André
1915-1916 Aderson
1913-1915 Rafael
1915-1915 Aderson
1915-1916 Rafael
1913-1915 Aderson
1915-1915 Rafael
1915-1916 André

HISTORY  AND FINAL MAP

1913 November: Bizantine  Revolution in Turkey - December: Joachin III dies in Antioch - Elections in Europe see great success of Diego in France and Enrico von Agamemnon von Happlesburger in Austria-Hungary - Bruno wins run off in British parliamentary elections - Freezing winter for Europe
1914 April:
Clashes between Muslims and Armenians in the Eastern Turkish empire May: Russian Chief of Government Murdered - Austria attacks Serbia and Albania, while Germany occupies Holland - Andrew goes to power in St. Petersburg - June: London publishes a treaty of alliance between Britain and Belgium - Revolution in Russia takes to power Matteo - British and French warships engaged in a battle in the English Channel - July: French forces circle Belgium
1915 January: Reshuffle in the Austro-Hungarian Government - The Foreign Office publishes a "Treaty of Security and Protection" made by Great Britain and Norway - April: War in trenches between Germans and French - May: Armenia welcomes Russian troops as liberators - June: German troops blocked by the Italian Royal Army - September: A rocambolesque coup-d'état takes to power in Tuerkey the Archbishop od Antioch and the Archbishop of Damaschus - Archbishop Aderus leads the new Government of Turkey - Reshuffle in the Russian Revolutionary Cabinet -

October: German troops enter the Po valley and pass the Marna river- November: Costantinople falls under Austro-Bulgarian attacks
- December: the Turkish Government moves to Ankara - Russia denies usage of poison gases
1916 January: Reshuffle in the Austrian Government - March: Turkish State in disband - April: Last Turkish defenders surrender in Khalkidiki; it's the end of the State of the Archbishops - May: Scandinavia becomes the ground of the Russian-British War - June: Incredibly, the German special observer Daniele takes control of the Army and enters Berlin fighting the very German Navy - August: Demián joins the French Cabinet - World Congress on Journalism at St. Moritz - French Minister of the Navy Monsieur Martín officially declared as "disappeared" - September: Fabio and Luca B. join the French Cabinet - TNT attacks undermine Russian telegraphic communications' system - Monsieur Fabio, from Strasbourg, appointed to the charge of Prime Minister - October: Bulgars receive the Russian troops as "liberators" in Sofia, while hungarians organize the resistance in Budapest and Transylvania - November: In the biggest naval battle of Scandinavia, the German fleet join the British one against the URRR's, but battleship remain on a stalemated line - December: Vigo and Bilbao occupied by British desembarkment troops - German Army engages the French at Lyon, Oloron-Saint-Marie and Lourdes
1917 January: The United Kingdom declares war on France - April: The URRR denies burning churches in Budapest - Austrian nobles ask resignation of the Country's leadership - Italian troops enter Bozen, Fiume, Zara, Spalato, Ragusa, Tirana and Athens - May: The British flag flaps over the Tour Eiffel; the French Government flees to an unknown destination (possibly Algiers) - June: Porto's population welcomes HMS "De Queiroz" as liberator - Partisans esnure temporary freedom to Hungary - October: Russians take Berlin; Germans resist in Munich and occupy Belgium - November: France takes Tunisia and reconquers the Midi; the French Government is still hiding - December: Britain wins the battle of Scandinavia, while the Morflot still controls the Baltic Sea - Sebastián triumphs at Italian elections - Britons almost hunanimously confirm Bruno as British Prime Minister
1918 February: Austrian and Italian Governments fall - Bruno forms the new British cabinet - April: Bad weather cuts off communications in Switzerland - May: London informs that Great Britain will protect Portugal from any attack - June: Matteo triumphs at Russian elections - July: Smashy German victory at Potsdam against the Russians - Edi BirSauron forms the new Austrian Government - August: New airfield inaugurated at Moscow in the framework of a great Russian struggle for modernization - October: Mutiny on the Italian Army helps Austria recovering Vienna - November: Britain desembarks in Norway and Belgium and occupies Marseille: December: France takes Verona, Vicenza and Venice and controls the entire Po Valley; Alpin Italian troops isolated in Tyrol.
1919 June: sixth months with little or none hostilities at all - July: Vienna proposes a Peace conference, immediately accpeted by Britain and Germany, and, after, by Italy and France, not by Russia - August: Admiral Llibert feared lost at sea - The French Army enters Trieste - December: The Swedish Parliament approves a pro-German resolution - Berlin occupied by the Russians
1920 January: The battle of Sweden: Russians, Britons and Germans send their men - The Austrian Government calls again like to for the convergence of a Peace Conference; this time it's accepted by Great Britain, Russia and Germany - February: The French Foreign Legion gloriously enters Paris - March: Italy accepts the Peace Conference - April: Hostilities cease in Europe - A Peace Conference is called at Geneva - Denmark declares its neutrality, to be granted by German Army - Stockholm declares Swedish neutrality - Eastern Orthodox leaders meet in Constantinople - War goes on out of Europe: URRR forces reach the Persian Gulf - May: The Peace Conference ends without a settlement: England blamed - Third Triumvir resigns after the failure of the Peace Conference -
Austria is back to Trieste as its Army recovers the Adriatic shores - June: Russian Minister of the Navy Andrei Pavlovich Durnov, who stepped down from his position in May, desembarks in the U.S. - The Russians enter Galitzia - July: Italy invaded: British Army conquers Rome, while the Russian Fleet occupies Bari and Taranto - Battle in Scandinavia: the furious Russian-British battle leaves the situation unmodified - August: French electors don't decide who's the new Chief of Government - September: The temporary French Government falls before taking the lead of the Country - Fabio G. wins at repetition of French elections - October: Italian Anarchists suspected by Police in New York attack at Houseof Morgan on Wall Street - Austria enters Italian territory and takes Venice, Verona, Bologna and Ancona; San Marino circled by BirSauron's troops - November: Italy invaded finds energy to free the Capital: troops desembark in Anzio and repeatedly defeat the British Army - December: The Russian Army takes Vienna, leaves Berlin undefended, invades Albania.
1921 January: Russian starts a Peace initiative, supported by Germany - The British Thyrrenian Fleet surrenders at Anzio - February: France troops' retreat from Italy passes through snowy Piedmont; the French Army concentrates in Paris to organize the final defence of the Capital - Republican President-Elect Warren Harding offers to host a Peace Conference in New York: Germany accepts, the URRR refuses - April: The URRR calls a new Conference of Peace to be called in Mexico City; France, Germany and Italy agree, but... Mexico had not been consulted! - May: Austria-Hungary declares war at Russian Republics - June: St. Petersburg announces total insurrection in Europe - Little changes in European war scene: Britain occupeis Calais and closes French Mediterranean ports, while Russian Fleet sails into the Adriatic Sea - July: German Minister Alex visits Copenhagen - October: The British Army occupies Turin and Genoa and strenghtens its Mediterranean fleet - November: Reshuffle in the German Government - Austrians retreat their armies in Bosnia, after Russian Army occupies Budapest and attacks Serbia and Montenegro - December: Final attack on French metropolitan territory: British troops invade Paris, Germany breaks the Maginot line, partisans resist in Bordeaux, while the Prime Minister disappears - Germany and Russia announce collaboration - Christian elected in Germany, Edi confirmed in Austria
1922 January: Israel elected Prime Minister of Italy -  French Prime Minister Pathe DuChampiñon appointed forms the new cabinet - February: The Winter Palace presents the Russian conditions for peace - June: Pravda launches an international edition - American President Warren Harding dies from heart attack - Daniel P. wins at Italian elections repetition - London and St. Petersburg announce an agreement on how to reach European peace - France, Italy, Russia, Britain and Germany accept to discuss the Russian-British documents: a Conference is called at Lausanne - The Treaty is finally signed and Peace is reached
1923 March: One year after the end of war, Socialism is triumphant in Europe

 

GAME # 3
Working language: English
6-VI-2004 - 29-V-2005 (11 months, 23 days)
1914-1923 (10 years)
ended with British victory for reaching 18 supply centers

  Player   Centers Score/20 Country

years played*

1. Edi 18 20 UK 1915-1915 3P, 1915-1923 2M
1. Bruno 18 20 UK 1913-1923 PM
3. Danilo 11 17 TR 1913-1914 3P, 1914-1923 2M
4. Enrico A. 4 16 IT 1916-1917 3P; 1917-1922 PM; 1922-1923 2M
4. Luiz Victor 1 16 RU 1922-1923 PM
4. Aderson 11 16 TR 1913-1923 PM
7. Luis 0 15 AT 1913-1917 PM, 1917-1919 3P, 1919-1923 2M
7. Rafael 0 15 FR 1913-1917 PM, 1917-1919 3P, 1919-1923 PM
9. Carlos 11 13 TR 1915-1923 3P
9. Gianluca 0 13 DE 1913-1923 PM
11. Waldir 1 12 RU 1913-1914 --, 1914-1915 PM, 1915-1917 3P, 1917-1921 2M, 1921-1923 3P
12. Andrew 4 11 IT 1913-1922 2M, 1922-1923 PM
12. Fernando 0 11 AT 1913-1916 2M, 1916-1917 3P, 1917-1919 PM, 1919-1923 3P
14. Francisco 18 10 UK 1913-1915 2M, 1915-1923 3P
14. José Miguel 0 10 AT 1913-1916 3P, 1916-1919 2M, 1919-1923 PM
16. John 4 9 IT 1913-1917 PM; 1917-1923 3P
16. Daniel H.   9 RU 1914-1917 2M; 1917-1921 PM
18. Daniel P. 0 8 FR 1913-1914 2M, 1914-1914 3P, 1914-1916 2M, 1916-1916 3P, 1916-1917 2M, 1917-1917 3M, 1917-1919 PM 1919-1923 3M
18. Filipe 1 8 RU 1914-1915 3P, 1915-1917 PM; 1917-1921 3P, 1921-1923 2M
20. Alexander Henrique 0 7 FR 1917-1917 3P, 1917-1923 2M
21. André   5 UK 1913-1915 3P
21. César Alberto   5 TR 1913-1914 2M, 1914-1915 3P
21. Dario   5 DE 1913-1914 3P
24. Enrico P. 0 4 DE 1913-1923 2M
24. Henrique 0 4 DE 1914-1923 3P
24. Wagner   4 RU 1913-1914 PM, 1914-1914 3P
27. Abdulaziz   3 RU 1913-1914 --
27. Clayton   3 IT 1913-1916 3P
27. Yuri   3 RU 1921-1922 PM
30. Luca L.   2 FR 1913-1914 3P, 1914-1914 2M, 1914-1916 3P, 1916-1916 2M, 1916 3P

* PM = as Prime Minister; 2M = as Second Minister; 3P = as Third Player

Country Centers PM - Prime Minister 2M - 2nd Minister 3P - 3rd Player
1. UK - United Kingdom 18 1913-1923 Bruno 1913-1915 Francisco
1915-1923 Edi
1913-1915 André
1915-1915 Edi
1915-1923 Francisco
2. TR - Turkey 11 1913-1923 Aderson 1913-1914 César Alberto
1914-1923 Danilo
1913-1914 Danilo
1914-1915 César Alberto
1915-1923 Carlos
3. IT - Italy 4 1913-1917 John
1917-1922 Enrico A.
1922-1923 Andrew
1913-1922 Andrew
1922-1923 Enrico A.
1913-1916 Clayton
1916-1917 Enrico A.
1917-1923 John
4. RU - Russia 1 1913-1914 Wagner
1914-1915 Waldir
1915-1917 Filipe
1917-1921 Daniel D.
1921-1922 Yuri
1922-1923 Luiz Victor
1913-1914 --
1914-1917 Daniel D.
1917-1921 Waldir
1921-1923 Filipe
1913-1914 --
1914-1914 Wagner
1914-1915 Filipe
1915-1917 Waldir
1917-1921 Filipe
1921-1923 Waldir
5. AT - Austria-Hungary << 1921 1913-1917 Luis
1917-1919 Fernando
1919-1923 José Miguel
1913-1916 Fernando
1916-1919 José Miguel
1919-1923 Luis
1913-1916 José Miguel
1916-1917 Fernando
1917-1919 Luis
1919-1923 Fernando
6. FR - France << 1921 1913-1917 Rafael
1917-1919 Daniel P.
1919-1923 Rafael
1913-1914 Daniel P.
1914-1914 Luca L.
1914-1916 Daniel P.
1916-1916 Luca L.
1916-1917 Daniel P.
1917-1923 Alexander Henrique
1913-1914 Luca L.
1914-1914 Daniel P.
1914-1916 Luca L.
1916-1916 Daniel P.
1916-1917 Luca L.
1917-1917 Alexander Henrique
1917-1917 Daniel P.
1917-1919 Rafael
1919-1923 Daniel P.
7. DE - Germany << 1918 1913-1923 Gianluca 1913-1923 Enrico P. 1913-1914 Dario
1914-1923 Henrique

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HISTORY AND FINAL MAP

1913 The war starts in December 1913, days after the assassination, in Sarajevo, of the Archduke of Austria, for which Vienna blamed Serbia and Greece. Probably the killer, Gavrilo Princip, and his group of students, were secretely under control of Dimitrijevic Apis, a colonel in charge of Serbian intelligence. The Austrian Chief of Government, Ludwig von Aldamiz, decides then to declare war on Serbia, though trying to avoid any foreign intervention in the war.

 

1914 The first reaction comes from Turkey, which occupies Bulgaria based on the fact that Sofia has “no means to defend the border with Serbia” in order “to protect the local population and ensure the security of the border”. In the meanwhile, Austria signs and publishes an anti-Italian treaty with France and takes advantage of an uprising of the Russian people against the unpopular Government of Prime Minister Wagner ("April Revolution"), who is replaced by Waldir. France seems not to be interested in an anti-Italian policy (the French-Austrian treaty is seen in Paris as an insurance against a possible Italian aggression), as it is busy with the recent British attempts to occupy Belgium, which is presented by the Foreign Office as an intervention requested by Brussels. Many diplomatics efforts are made by France in order to come to a common agreement, but London seems to be only interested in gaining time.

In November, Vienna declares war on the “Bolshevik entity” who took power in Saint Petersburg, but opening a second front in the Balkans shows to be not a great idea: in December Austria-Hungary is defeated in Valachia by the Turkish Army: in the biggest imperial cities mobs demand the dismissal of Prime Minister Aldamiz. The year ends with a new success for London: Norway falls into its influence by signing a “Treaty of Security and Protection”.

 

1915 While Italian Prime Minister escapes an attempt to his life, French and British troops continue a trench under-the-rain war for the control of Belgium. The French efforts to form an alliance with London were vain; Paris had then decided to accept the German offers, but this decision would lead Great Britain to prepare its vengeance.

Protests go on in Vienna and Budapest until Von Aldamiz resigns leaving the post of Prime Minister to Von Münchaussen, who happens to be his alter ego. The change of name to “Central European Federation”, which includes the Slavs having the same rights as Austrians and Hungarians, seems to be just a make-up operation to easy a change of foreign policy, but European capitals don’t trust the new face of the Imperial Eagle.

Sir Edi Birsan enters the British Cabinet in May and Paris is forced to send London an ultimatum (July) as the British Navy enters the Channel; and to declare war on Italy as Italian troops pass the border from Piedmont.

After the German occupation, Belgium is starving and the President of the United States officially asks Britain, France and Germany to let access to relief shipments to the small Country; the Swiss Government asks Germany the permission to visit Belgium, but Berlin never answers. In November, London declares war on Germany and Berlin declares a blockade of the British Islands. In December, the French Prime Minister Porthault organizes a coup-d’état, suspends the Constitution and proclaims himself Emperor as “Napoleon IV”. In an escalation to craziness, he would later appoint his Vice-King Daniel to “Minister of the Royal Toilet”, then condemn him to death (July 1917), then putting former Minister Luca to die in his place (August).

1916 All the year is spent in a long trench-position war. Only in Autumn there are two important news: a military one, the British landing on Normandy and Brittany and the occupation of Paris; and a diplomatic one, the peace Austrian-Turkish peace treaty (October). The latter caused a series of resigns in the Austrian Government, leading to a new comprehensive crisis in Vienna (December). Munchaussen had tried to turn Turkey into Europe’s Most Wanted, but he had found out that his credibility wasn’t exactly shiny and new.

1917 Von Munchaussen retires from politics and exiles himself to Luxembourg, accusing Turkey of treason, blaming Italy for its foreign policy and keeping in polemics with the new Prime Minister, Ojedavic, who always opposed Aldamiz’s, and then Munchaussen’s views, on diplomacy.

The Belgian issue had took American public opinion on the side of the British; confirming the U.S. neutrality, President Wilson announces non-military assistance to the United Kingdom (February). After many months trying to end the Danish upraise after the British occupation, London announces that it totally controls the Country; following its already well-known “diplomatic” method, the Foreign office informs that Copenhagen is actually free to choose its own destiny. In the same way, London announces the defense of Portugal (August 1917), which had been occupied by France since 1914.

The CEF is falling into chaos: as the 6th Army had been ordered to march westward, into Tyrolia and the Alps, the disorganized Russian soldiers entered the city.

The most freezing winter in the last decades leads some German member of the Cabinet to issue secret peace inquiries and to offer the resignation of Chancellor Muhendis. In Italy, after the Austrian occupation of Rome (September), Enrico Agamennone is appointed Prime Minister upon deletion of elections; Bruno is confirmed Prime Minister in England. In the meanwhile, Paris is liberated by a great French counter-offensive, Italian troops arrive to Spain as “liberators”·and defeat the French Armies and a new coup-de-Palace shakes Russia: Daniel Hackbartikov is the new leader, after he strongly contested the ideological and unsuccessful policy of Filipe.

 

1918 It is the year of the occupation o f Germany by British troops (North and Ruhr) and Russian Armies (Bayern and Berlin). A group of German freedom fighters (“Freikorps”) organize themselves against the British occupation, but nor their weapons nor their propaganda would ever be effective.

 

1919 Italy and Britain seem to find an entente: Italy liberates the whole national territory from any single Austrian soldier, while Great Britain takes over the entire Southern Germany by defeating the Russians. Austria has been seriously affected by the joint efforts of Italy and Turkey; Rome has now to decide whether it will remain on the Birtish side or collaborate with Istanbul, which insists to re-equilibrate the European fate forming an anti-British coalition, which would start by a great Mediterranean naval battle. 

1920 Austria and France collapse under joint British-Italian attacks: Vienna is taken over by the Italian Bersgalieri, while the British Army place a giant Union Jack on the Tour Eiffel. An isolated Hungarian expedition corps reaches Moscow, which was left undefended by the Russian troops engaged against the British in the Scandinavian front.

 

1921 The occupation of Budapest by Ottoman troops leads Austria to surrender without conditions, and the same happens with France after the dissolution of the last armée engaged in Bordeaux and an unsuccessful diplomatic offensive towards Washington. Russia collapses under military defeats and internal troubles: a new decision of the Politburo places Yuri at the command of what remains of the Country, now called Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics; the last suitable soldiers organize a redoubt in the Galitzian mountains. It is clear that Britain is the only great power in Europe; Sir Edi appeals to peace talks: Turkey is the only Country to refuse the offer.

 

1922 Bruno Queiroz is confirmed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom with 70% of the voters’ ballots. The Ottomans occupy Vienna and Moscow, while the last socialists soldiers try and succeed, under the rule of new leader Luiz Victor, to organize an upraise in Warszawa, then in Bucarest, where they set a Russian led Socialist Government.

 

1923 Under the uncontestable British military and political supremacy, a Peace Conference is finally convoked in London, under the direction of Swiss President Scheurer. Many months of conversations are necessary just to realize that Scheurer won’t take to haven any concrete agreement. Bruno Queiroz takes on the Chairmanship of the Conference and with less correct, but more effective means, forces all Delegations to a final text. It is only an apparent success, as the treaty will not be signed by all parts in war.

TORNA SU - PRA CIMA - ARRIBA - UP - NAGORE

 

GAME # 2
Working language: English
6-VIII-2003 - 14-V-2004 (9 months, 8 days)
1901-1909 (8 years)
ended with Austrian victory for reaching 18 supply centers

  Player   Centers Score /20 Country

years played*

1. Daniel P. 19 17 AT 1900-1904 2P; 1904-1909 PM
2. Luis 0 16 IT 1904-1909 PM
3. Andrew 2 15 FR 1900-1909 PM
4. Luca L. 11 14 DE 1900-1909 PM
4. Francisco 2 14 UK 1900-1903 2P; 1903-1909 PM
4. Rafael 14 14 DE 1906-1909 2P
7. Juan Carlos 19 12 AT 1900-1904 PM; 1904-1909 2P
7. Edi   12 TR 1905-1906 2P 1906-1909 PM
9. Josh   11 IT 1900-1903 2P
9. Stefano 0 11 TR 1900-1906 PM 1906-1909 2P; 1909-1909 PM
11. John 2 10 FR 1900-1909 2P
12. Fernando 2 9 UK 1900-1903 PM; 1903-1909 2P
12. José 0 9 RU 1900-1909 PM
12. Peter   9 IT 1900-1903 PM
15. Liano 0 7 RU 1900-1909 2P
15. José Miguel 0 7 IT 1904-1909 2P
15. Francesco   7 DE 1900-1905 2P
15. Lindolpho   7 TR 1904-1905 2P
16. Heinrich   4 TR 1900-1904 2P
--- Waldir 0   TR 1909-1909 SP

* PM = as Prime Minister; 2P = as Second Player

Country Centers Prime Minister 2nd Player
1. AT - Austria-Hungary 19 1900-1903 Juan Carlos;
1903-1909 Daniel P.
1900-1903 Daniel P.;
1903-1909 Juan Carlos
2. DE - Germany 14 1900-1909 Luca 1900-1905 Francesco;
1906-1909 Rafael
3. FR - France 2 1900-1909 Andrew 1900-1909 John
4. UK - United Kingdom 2 1900-1903 Fernando;
1903-1909 Francisco
1900-1903 Francisco;
1903-1909 Fernando
5. IT - Italy << 1905 1900-1903 Peter;
1904-1909 Luis
1900-1903 Josh;
1904-1909 José Miguel
6. TR - Turkey << 1905 1900-1906 Stefano;
1906-1908 Edi;
1909-1909 Stefano
1900-1904 Heinrich;
1904-1905 Lindolpho;
1905-1906 Edi;
1906-1909 Stefano;
1909-1909 Edi;
1909-1909 Waldir
7. RU - Russia << 1904 1900-1909 José 1900-1909 Liano

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HISTORY  AND FINAL MAP

1901 After an ultimatum, Austria occupies Romania; as a consequence Russia declares war on Austria-Hunagry as does Italy, which enters Tyrol with its troops. In a few months the Italian take also Trieste, Fiume and Zara. Germany enters war against Russia and fights with the Russian Fleet in the Baltic, occupying Denmark and the Netherlands. Great Britain send its Fleets in help of Sweden and Belgium. Austrians and Turkish Armies and Fleets attack Russia in Sevastapol'. Albania and Italy join the Kingdoms under Victor Emmanuel's Crown; Austrian occupation troops withdraw to Greece.

1902 A French-German agreement gives to France the opportunity to attack the British Fleet in the English Channel. Austria-Hungary lifts its greatest Armies to the West front and re-conquers Dalmazia, Trieste and Innsbruck, forcing Italian troops to leave Albania. Clashes between British and Russian forces in Northern Scandinavia give Germany the opportunity to occupy Sweden. Germany and France declare war on Italy, the latter entering Piedmont. Russians are defeated in Cernowitz and Costantia by the Austro-Turkish Army.

1903 The greatest battle of the war (over 1.000.000 casualties) happens in Tiraspol', Odessa, Batumi and Sevastapol', with a great victory of the Austro-Ottoman. The Russians are also defeated by the Germans in Lithuania and by the British in Finland; despite the internal crisis in London, the Royal Army occupies Petrograd leading Russia to disgrace and seizing or destroying the entire Baltic Fleet. The French occupy Florence and engage the Italian Army in a battle to defend the Capital.

1904 Germany and Austria-Hungary turn against their previous allies: the Germans occupy Moscow and Petrograd (from now on called St. Petersburg), forcing the British to withdraw from Russian territories. Austrians attack Turkey with a Croatian/Armenian Army from the Caucasus. Austria seizes the occasion to occupy Serbia, which surrenders without conditions. The collapse of Italy leads to power a Garibaldine government lead by patriot Luigi Tarabini, which organizes a last desperate diplomatic offensive. Nevertheless Vienna seizes the occasion to desembark in Southern Italy with the help of the French occupation Army. Tunisia is declared French territory. Having freed the Eastern Front, Germany turns against France and occupies Verdun, Lille and Paris, while the British send their Fleets to Northern France.

1905 Despite the British opposition's different opinion, Paris and London are now allied. The Anglo-French efforts stop the German invasion and even take some German territories in Alsace. The Russian last tentative to reconquer Ukraine ends in a major massacre in Kiev: the Russian Army surrenders without conditions. Tha Italian Army is also definitely defeated and the Garibaldine Government flies to Somalia.

1906 The Turkish Fleet survives in the Black Sea, while the entire territory of Anatolia is occupied by the Absburgic Armies. The consequent internal crisis forces the Sultan to leave the Country, where the power is taken by the Young Turks party, lead by Admiral Taffy. In a final military and diplomatic effort Taffy launches an appeal to all European powers to unite forces against Austria; finally, he decides to auto-sink the Fleet near the Russian port of Sochi, and surrenders.  Vienna declares war on Paris and occupies Tunis and Rome. Germany repeatedly defeats the Britisha and the French Fleets in the Northern Sea, forcing the British Army to leave the Continent.

1907 At Chambery, the Germans coming from Alsace meet the Austrian troops coming from Northern Italy. Eindburgh is bombed and destroyed by the German Arctic Fleet.

1908 Germany completes the occupation of France, while the French Army is hosted by Spain. Austro-Hungarians occupy Moscow, Warszaw and Münich, forcing Germany to accept the peace.

1909 The Peace Conference takes place in Grinzing, near Vienna. Italians have the best results in diplomatic terms and the Peace Treaty is finally signed.

TORNA SU - PRA CIMA - ARRIBA - UP - NAGORE

 

GAME # 1
Working language: English
29-X-2002 - 1-VI-2003 (6 months, 2 days)
1901-1911 (11 years)
ended with German victory upon agreement of all surviving Countries

  Player   Centers Score /20 Country years played
1. Daniel P. 16 19 DE 1901-1911
2. Paolo 8 15 UK 1900-1911
3. Luca L. 9 14 AT 1900-1911
4. Enrico P. 0 12 FR 1900-1911
5. Rui 0 07 RU 1901-1911
5. Aleksandar   07 TR 1900-1911
7. Vladimir 0 05 IT 1900-1911
8. Mariaelena   00 RU 1900-1901
8. Maria Luiza   00 DE 1900-1901
--- Santiago 0   TR 1911-1911

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Country Centers Players
1. DE - Germany 16 Mariaelena 1900-1901
Daniel P.
1901-1911
2. AT - Austria-Hungary 9 Luca L. 1900-1911
3. UK - Great Britain 8 Paolo 1900-1911
4. TR - Turkey 1 Aleksandar 1900-191
Santiago 1911-1911
5. FR - France << 1909 Enrico P. 1900-1911
6. RU - Russia << 1906 Maria Luiza 1900-1901
Rui 1901-1911
7. IT - Italy << 1904 Vladimir 1900-1911


HISTORY  AND FINAL MAP

1901 Russian Revolution
1901 Silesian Revolution and change of German Government
1901 French-British controversies
1902 Conference of Helsinki on the Scandinavian trouble
1904 Berlin abandons Rome
1904 Italy defeated
1904 Diplomatic incident between London and Bern 

1906 German-British friendship
1906 Great Britain occupies Portugal
1906 Russia defeated
1907 Anti German alliance between Vienna and London
1909 France defeated
1910 Distension between London and Berlin
1911 Germany occupies Edinburgh
1911 Vienna calls for an armistice, London agrees to a Peace Conference
1911 Peace Conference at Geneva
1911 Resignment of Ottoman Grand Vizir
1911 Peace Treaty opened to signature

TORNA SU - PRA CIMA - ARRIBA - UP - NAGORE