1892

 

New Merchant Fleets: The U.S., Japan, France, Germany, and Russia all receive new fleets this turn.

 

Random Events (4):

  1. Unrest: Rumania
  2. Unrest: Philippines
  3. German Colonial Agitation
    • +2 to European Tensions (now at 66)
    • Germany receives double income from its Colonial Office this turn
  4. Boer Oppression of Uitlanders
    • +1 to European Tensions (now at 67)
    • Great Britain may attempt to gain control of Orange River Free State and/or Transvaal

 

Colonial Office:

  1. Great Britain: £40
  2. France: £45
  3. Germany: £25 (doubled to £50) (Austria-Hungary: £10)
  4. United States: £25
  5. Japan: £30
  6. Russia: £10
  7. Italy: £10

 

Administration:

 

 

GB

FR

GER

A-H

USA

JAP

RUS

IT

# of Doms/States

 

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Doms/States

 

17

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Possessions

 

14

3

0

0

1

0

0

0

EV of Possessions

 

74

20

0

0

6

0

0

0

# of Protectorates

 

7

8

4

0

1

0

2

1

EV of Protectorates

 

39

37

19

0

5

0

10

5

# of Influences

 

12

1

1

2

4

6

0

2

EV of Influences

 

69

7

9

10

27

27

0

8

# of Interests

 

5

2

3

0

6

0

1

3

EV of Interests

 

31

14

22

0

26

0

8

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Income

 

780

276

116

20

130

54

48

48

Marker Maintenance

 

470

145

45

10

50

30

20

20

Unit Maintenance

 

65

31

26

0

3

0

2

8

Colonial Office

 

40

45

50

10

25

30

10

10

Net Income

 

285

145

95

20

102

54

36

30

 

Minor Powers:

  1. Belgium: Active in Tanganyika, places Interest Marker
  2. Netherlands: Active in Sarawak, places Interest Marker
  3. Spain: Inactive, but moves 1A3 from Cuba and 1A1 from Ashantee to suppress unrest in Philippines
  4. Portugal: Inactive

 

Public Treaties:

 

Italo-German Treaty on African Colonization

1.
Italy supports the German establishment of protectorates in Kenya and Eritrea, will refrain from establishing control markers in said areas, and will defend said German status markers.  Germany agrees not to upgrade said markers to Possession status.

2. Germany supports the Italian establishment of protectorates in Tunis and Tripoli, will refrain from establishing control markers in said areas, and will defend said status markers.  Italy agrees not to upgrade said markers to possession status.

 

Signed:

M. Larsoni (Italy)

Otto von Gleichmark (Germany)

 

1888 Treaty of Franco-English Amity

Great Britain and France agree to a defensive alliance.

Great Britain will support France in building an East-West path across Africa and that France will support Britain in building a North-South
path across Africa (i.e., Britain and France agree to a defensive alliance in Africa).

France will notify Great Britain before any expansion of influence in Asia, and France grants to Great Britain the power of veto over any
intended expansion of influence on the part of France in Asia.

 

Signed,
Mr. Ericson, Prime Minister (Great Britain)
Marechal de Burkett (France)

 

1888 Russo-British Entente

1) Britain and Russia agree not expand above influence in Korea.

2) Britain and Russia agree to a defensive alliance in Asia.

3) Britain and Russia agree to an offensive alliance if either develops
a casus belli against a third or fourth power in Korea (in the event of
a mutual victory over a third or fourth power, Russia and Britain agree
to maintain the status of any markers that existed before the war).

Mr. Ericson (Great Britain)
Tsar Lyonevich (Russia)

 

MUTUAL DEFENSE AND BALKAN PACIFICATION TREATY OF THE THREE EMPERORS

 

1.  Mutual defense treaty between Germany and Russia.

 

2.  Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia agree not to contest each other's control markers in the Balkans (Serbia, Rumania, Bulgaria, and Greece).

 

3.  Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia agree to establish codominions in the Balkans whenever circumstances permit.

 

4.  Unless expressly extended, the above provisions shall expire in 1900.

 

Otto von Gleichmarck (Germany)

Joseph Gleichernich (Austria-Hungary)

Tsar Lyonevich (Russia)

 

JAPO-FRANCO-ITALO-AMERICAN TREATY OF BRITISH DESTRUCTION

The great nations of Japan, France, Italy and the United States agree to the following terms of a defensive alliance intended to create peace,
promote the colonial expansion of each nation, and oppose the aggressive imperialism of Great Britain:

1. The undersigned nations agree to defend each other militarily in the event that a casus belli arises between an allied nation and a nation
outside of the alliance.  The specific nation involved in the initial casus belli shall have discretion as to which of the allied nations
shall be called upon to assist in the defense of its interests.  The offended nation shall have the right to call upon any or all of the
allied nations to come to its aid.

2. A nation not called upon by an offended nation to assist in a war shall use a portion of its income on the next turn to help the offended
nation recoup its military losses, if any, from the war in which it was not called upon to contribute militarily.  This financial support shall
not exceed one quarter of the contributing nation's income for the turn in question.  If no military losses occur, no contribution will be
required.  If the military losses amount to less than a quarter of the contributing nation's income, only enough income will be required to
recoup the losses.  If more than one allied nation is not called upon to assist militarily, those nations shall split the cost of recouping the
losses equally.

3. A nation called upon by an offended nation to defend that nation's interests may only refuse to do so by forfeiting its entire income for
the next turn to the offended nation.  If this income is not forfeited, a casus belli shall exist against the refusing nation for all of the
other allied nations.

Signed,
Minister Batcheldera, Japan
Marechal de Burkett, France
Minister Larsoni, Italy
President Kunkel, United States

 

TRILATERAL DEFENSE AGREEMENT

 

Britain and Germany will defend each other’s control markers in Kenya

 

France and Germany will defend each other’s control markers in Nigeria.

 

Mr. Ericson (Great Britain)

Marechal de Burkett (France)

Otto von Gleichmarck (Germany)

 

1892 Fashoda Incident Avoidance Treaty

Britain and France agree to establish a codominium in Soudan in 1892.

Signed:
Sir Pullinham (Great Britian)
Marechal de Burkett (France)

 

1892 Anglo-American Treaty of Asian Stability

1) Great Britain agrees to downgrade in Marrocco to interest.

2) Great Britain agrees not to expand above an interest marker in the
Philippines; the United States will establish a protectorate in the
Philippines during 1896. Great Britain will support the United States'
right to establish said protectorate and will join the United States in
a defensive alliance against any nation that develops a casus belli with
the United States in the Philippines during 1896.

3) The United States agrees to downgrade to influence in Korea.

4) The United States and Great Britain agree not to expand above
influence in Korea in subsequent years.

Signed
President Kunkel (United States)
Sir Pullinham (Great Britain)

 

 

Movement / Status Change:
 

Great Britain

 

Purchases:

1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

3 upgrades from Influence to Protectorate (£30)

3 Influence Markers (£30)

1 upgrade from Interest to Influence (£5)

4A10, 4A3, 10A1 (£190)

 

Transfer £5 to Italy

Transfer £5 to Russia

 

Placements:

Protectorate in Burma

Upgrade from Influence to Protectorate in Transvaal, Orange River Free State, and Soudan

Influences in Chile, Kaiser Wilhelm’s Land, and Peru

Upgrade from Interest to Influence in Manchuria

Moves:
1A1 from Great Britain to New Zealand

1A10 from New Zealand to Great Britain

1A1 from Great Britain to Cape Colony

2A3 from Somalia to Great Britain

1A1 from Great Britain to Somalia

3F10 from Canada to Great Britain

1F1 from Cape Colony to Great Britain

1A10 from Cape Colony to Great Britain

1A1 from Great Britain to Bengal

1A1 from Great Britain to United Provinces

1A1 from Great Britain to Punjab

1A1 from Hong Kong to Great Britain

4A10 from Great Britain to Hong Kong

1A10 from Bengal to Burma

1A10 from United Provinces to Burma

1A10 from Punjab to Burma

1A3, 2A1 from Great Britain to Soudan

2A10, 3A3, 2A1 from Great Britain to Transvaal

2A3, 4A1 Great Britain to Orange River Free State

 

Remaining: £0

 

France

 

Purchases:

4 Protectorate Markers (£80)

2 Influence Markers (£20)

1 Interest Marker (£5)

2A3, 5A1 (£35)

 

Placements:

New Merchant Fleet in Oceania

Protectorates in Marocco, Soudan, Tchad, and Sokoto

Influences in Gabon and Mauretania

Interest in Sudwest Afrika

2A3, 5A1 in France

 

Moves:

1A3, 1A1 from France to Marocco

1A3 from Taureg to Marocco

1A3 from Uganda to Soudan

1A3 from France to Soudan

1A1 from France to Tchad

1A3 from Togoland to Tchad

1A1 from France to Sokoto

1A3 from Kambara to Sokoto

1A1 from France to Kambara

1A10 from Nigeria to France

1A1 from France to Uganda

 

Remaining: £5

 

 

Germany

 

Purchases:

1 Influence Marker (£10)

12 Interest Markers (£60)
1A3, 5A1 (£25)

 

Placements:

New Merchant Fleet in the North China Sea

Influence in Manchuria

Interests in Korea, Formosa, Indochina, Port Arthur, Shan-Tung, Shang-Hai, Fukien, Kwang-Si, Venezuela, Anatolia, Greece, and Tunis

1A3, 5A1 in Germany

 

Moves:

1A1 from Kenya to Nigeria

1A10, 1A3 from Nigeria to Sarawak

1A3, 5A1 from Germany to Sarawak

 

Remaining: £0

 

Austria-Hungary

 

Purchases: 1 upgrade from Influence to Protectorate (£10)

 

Placements: Upgrade from Influence to Protectorate in Rumania

 

Moves: 2A10 from Austria-Hungary to Rumania

 

Remaining: £10

 

United States

 

Purchases:

1 upgrade from Influence to Protectorate (£10)

1 Influence Marker (£10)

4 Interest Markers (£20)

1A10, 1F1 (£33)

 

Placements:

New Merchant Fleet in South Pacific

Upgrade from Influence to Protectorate in Korea

Influence in Marocco

Interests in Ecuador, Peru, Chile, and Mauretania

1A10, 1F1 in United States (fleet in North Pacific box)

 

Moves:

Merchant Fleet from Caribbean to North Atlantic

1A10, 1A1 from United States to Korea

 

Transfer £1 to Japan

 

Remaining: £28

 

Japan

 

Receive £1 from United States

 

Purchases:

1 Influence Marker (£10)

1A10, 1A3, 1A1 (£43)

 

Placements:

New Merchant Fleet in Oceania

Influence in Papua

1A10, 1A3, 1A1 in Japan

 

Moves: None

 

Remaining: £2

 

Russia

 

Receive £5 from Great Britain

 

Purchases:
1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

1 Influence Marker (£10)

1A1 (£3)

 

Placements:

New Merchant Fleet in South China Sea

Protectorate in Rumania

Influence in Bulgaria

1A1 in Russia

 

Moves: 1A10, 3A3, 1A1 from Russia to Rumania

 

Remaining: £8

 

Italy

 

Receive £5 from Great Britain

 

Purchases:

1 Influence Marker (£10)

1 upgrade from Interest to Influence (£5)

 

Placements:

Influence in Aden

Upgrade from Interest to Influence in New Hebrides

 

Moves: 2A3, 1A1 from Tunis to Italy

 

Remaining: £20

 

Colonial Combat:

  • Spain vs. Philippines (5-5=1-1 odds; DR=3, EX; Spain wins, but loses its entire garrison in the process—i.e., Spain loses control of the Philippines; the Spanish F3 returns to Spain.)
  • Great Britain vs. Burma (30-3=10-1 odds; DR=6, DE; Brits win, no losses)
  • Great Britain vs. Orange River Free State (10-5=2-1 odds; DR=3, ½ EX; Brits win, lose 1A3)
  • Great Britain vs. Transvaal (31-15=2-1 odds; DR=4, DR; Brits win, no losses)
  • Great Britain vs. Soudan (5-2=2-1 odds; DR=3, DR; Brits win, no losses)
  • France vs. Soudan (6-2=3-1 odds, DR=1, EX; French win, lose 1A3)
  • France vs. Tchad (4-1=3-1 odds, DR=3, DR; French win, no losses)
  • France vs. Sokoto (4-1=3-1 odds, DR=3, DR; French win, no losses)
  • France vs. Marocco (7-3=2-1 odds, DR=6, DE; French win, no losses)
  • Austria-Hungary vs. Rumania (20-10=2-1 odds, DR=3, ½ EX; Austrians win, lose 1A10)
  • United States vs. Korea (11-3=3-1 odds, DR=4, DE; Americans win, no losses)
  • Russia vs. Rumania (20-10=2-1 odds, DR=6, DE; Russians win, no losses)

 

Casus Belli:

  • Great Britain vs. United States in Korea
  • Mutual Austria-Hungary and Russia in Rumania (resolved by prior treaty)
  • Mutual Great Britain and France in Soudan (resolved by prior treaty)
  • Spain, Great Britain, and the United States vs. France in Marocco

Chinese Resentment:

  • New Markers
    • British Protectorate in Burma (+3, now at 63)
    • British Influence in Manchuria (+4, now at 67)
    • German Interests in Port Arthur, Shan-Tung, Shang-Hai, Fukien, and Kwang-Si (+10, now at 77)
    • German Influence in Manchuria (+4, now at 81)
    • U.S. Protectorate in Korea (+3, now at 84)
  • Established Markers
    • British Possession in Hong Kong (+5, now at 89)
    • DR=13, no rebellion this turn

 

Negotiation:

  • United States and France agree to codominion in Marocco, each paying £5 toward the cost of the U.S. Protectorate Marker
  • Britain and Spain downgrade to Interest in Marocco (+2 to ETI, now at 69)
  • The United States downgrades to Influence in Korea +1 to ETI, now at 70)

 

Victory Point Record:

  • VP Bonuses
    • France receives 2 for defensive treaty with Great Britain
    • Russia and Germany/A-H each receive 2 for their defensive treaty
  • VP Purchases
    • Germany/A-H purchases 2
    • United States purchases 5
    • Russia purchases 3
    • Italy purchases 8
  • Current VP Totals
    • Italy: 17
    • Germany/A-H: 16
    • Russia: 16
    • United States: 15
    • Japan: 8
    • France: 4
    • Great Britain: 1

 

 

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