1880
 
Random Events (4):
1)            Unrest: Korea
2)            South Africa Pressure for Dominion
3)            Protests in China (ETI +1, now at 1; CRI +5, now at 5)
4)            Unrest: Egypt
 
Colonial Office:
1)            Great Britain: £45
2)            France: £20
3)            Germany: £30 (Austria-Hungary: £20)
4)            United States: £15
5)            Japan: £30
6)            Russia: £30
7)            Italy: £30
 
Administration:

 

 

GB

FR

GER

A-H

USA

JAP

RUS

IT

# of Doms/States

 

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Doms/States

 

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Possessions

 

15

4

0

0

1

0

0

0

EV of Possessions

 

76

22

0

0

6

0

0

0

# of Protectorates

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Protectorates

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Influences

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Influences

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Interests

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Interests

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Income

 

425

110

0

0

30

0

0

0

Marker Maintenance

 

330

80

0

0

20

0

0

0

Unit Maintenance

 

58

21

0

0

1

0

0

0

Colonial Office

 

45

20

30

20

15

30

30

30

Net Income

 

82

29

30

20

24

30

30

30

 
Minor Powers:
1)            Belgium: Inactive
2)            Netherlands: Active in New Guinea (2A1 move from Netherlands to New Guinea, establish Protectorate)
3)            Portugal: Inactive
4)            Spain: Inactive
 
Public Treaties:
 

Franco-German Defensive Treaty (1880)

France and Germany agree to a mutual defensive alliance.

Reichskanzler Lothar Pickelhaube (Germany)
Presidente Simone Michel Foucault Weil (France)

 

Zweikaiser Bund (1880)

Germany and Russia agree to a defensive alliance.

RK Lothar Pickelhaube (Germany)
X (Russia) [Foreign Minister Wittgenstein, witnessed the Tsar make his mark]

 

Tripartite Treaty of Asian Spoils (1880)

Great Britain, Russia, and Japan agree that

1.    Formosa: Russia and Japan support Great Britain's establishing exclusive control over Formosa, but that control is limited to a
protectorate.  Great Britain retains the right to invite powers into a codominion of Formosa, but such a treaty must limit all members of the
co-dominion to protectorate status.


2.    KoreaGreat Britain will not place a marker higher than an interest in Korea without Japanese and Russian consent.

3.    Imperial China: In the event of unrest, Japan shall have sole authority to place control markers in Chinese Empire areas except
for Yunnan, Szechwan, Kwang-Si, and ManchuriaGreat Britain will have sole authority to place control markers in Yunnan, Szechwan, and Kwang-Si.  Russia will have sole authority to place a control marker in Manchuria.  All parties agree to place no marker higher than an Influence in Central China.


4.    Great Britain, Russia, and Japan agree to a treaty of mutual defense and will defend one another militarily, if called upon, and will support one another in votes of Congress.

 

X (Russia) [Foreign Minister Wittgenstein, witnessed the Tsar make his mark]
Yomama (Japan)
Ben Matthew-Kunkel (Great Britain)
 
Treaty of Anglo-Italian Accord (1880)

1.  Great Britain and Italy agree to a treaty of mutual defense that includes supporting one another in Congresses.

2.  Great Britain agrees that Italy shall have the sole authority to establish control markers in Berbera, Somalia, and, should it go into unrest, Tripoli.
 
Benjamin Matthew-Kunkel (Great Britain)
Giovanni Rocca (Italy)
 
Movement / Status Change:
 

Great Britain

 

Purchases:

2 Protectorate Markers (£40)

4 Influence Markers (£40)

Transfer £2 to the United States

 

Placements:

Protectorates in Indochina and Egypt

Influences in Kongo, Kenya, Tanganyika, and Formosa

 

Moves:
1F1 from Cape Colony to Great Britain
1A3 from Cape Colony to Indochina
1A1 from Great Britain to Cape Colony
1F3 from Australia to Great Britain
1A10 from Australia to Indochina
1A1 from Great Britain to Australia
1F1 from Bengal to Great Britain
1A10 from Canada to Egypt
1A3 from Great Britain to Egypt
1A1 from Great Britain to Canada

 

Remaining: £0

 

France

 

Purchases:

1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

1 Interest Marker (£5)

1A1 (£3)

Transfer £1 to Japan

 

Placements:

Protectorate in Egypt

Interest in Brasil

1A1 in France

 

Moves:

1A3, 1A1 from France to Egypt

1A10 from Algiers to Egypt

1F3 from Algiers to France

1A1 from France to Algiers

1A3, 1F3 from Cochin China to France

1A1 from France to Cochin China

 

Remaining: £0

 

Germany

 

Purchases:

1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

1 Influence Marker (£10)

 

Placements:

Protectorate in Indochina

Influence in Kongo

 

Moves:

Merchant Fleet from Oceania to South China Sea

2A3 from Germany to Indochina

 

Remaining: £0

 

Austria-Hungary

 

Purchases:

2 Influence Markers (£20)

 

Placements:

Influences in Rumania and Serbia

 

Moves: None

 

Remaining: £0

 

United States

 

Purchases:

2 Influence Markers (£20)

1 Interest Marker (£5)

 

Placements:

Influences in Hawaii and Panama

Interest in Mexico

 

Moves: None

 

Remaining: £1

 

Japan

 

Purchases:

1 Influence Marker (£10)

2 Interest Markers (£10)

1A1 (£3)

 

Placements:

Influence in Korea

Interests in Manchuria and Formosa

 

Moves: None

 

Remaining: £10

 

Russia

 

Purchases:

1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

1 Interest Marker (£5)
1A1 (£3)

Transfer £2 to Japan

 

Placements:

Protectorate in Korea

Interest in Manchuria
1A1 in Russia

 

Moves:

1A10, 1A1 from Russia to Korea

1F10 from Baltic Sea box to North China Sea box

 

Remaining: £0

 

Italy

 

Purchases:

1 Protectorate Marker (£20)

2 Interest Markers (£10)

 

Placements:

Protectorate in Madagascar

Interests in Anatolia and Tanganyika

 

Moves:

2A1 from Italy to Madagascar

 

Remaining: £0

 

Colonial Combat:

  • Great Britain vs. Indochina (13-3=3-1 odds; DR=2, DR; Brits win, no losses)
  • Great Britain vs. Egypt (13-5=2-1 odds; DR=2, ½ EX; Brits win, lose 1A3)
  • France vs. Egypt (14-5=2-1 odds; DR=3, ½ EX; Frogs win, lose 1A3)
  • Germany vs. Indochina (6-3=2-1 odds; DR=6, DE; Krauts win, no losses)
  • Russia vs. Korea (11-3=3-1 odds; DR=3, DR; Russkies win, no losses)
  • Italy vs. Madagascar (2-1 odds; DR=6, DE; Eye-ties win, no losses)


Casus Belli:

  • France vs. Great Britain (and vice versa) in Egypt
  • Germany vs. Great Britain (and vice versa) in Indochina
  • Japan vs. Russia in Korea
 

Negotiation:

  • Russia and Japan agree to a codominion in Korea (Japan pays £10 for the upgrade)
  • Great Britain and Germany agree to a codominion in Indochina
  • Great Britain calls a Congress of Europe to settle the Egyptian crisis (+3 to ETI, now at 4)

 

Congress of Europe (held in Ulm, Germany):

  • Proposal #1 (made by Great Britain)
    • Britain maintains its protectorate in Egypt and France downgrades to an Interest there. 
    • France shall be compensated for its loss by taking the British possession of Newfoundland.
    • Britain, Germany, and Russia vote yes, giving the proposal a majority.
  • France opts to defy the Congress (+2 to ETI, now at 6)
  • Great Britain declares war on France (+5 to ETI, now at 11)
  • Russia declares war on France (+5 to ETI, now at 16)
  • Germany renounces the Franco-German Defensive Treaty (+5 to ETI, now at 21)

 

Chinese Resentment:

  • New Markers
    • British Protectorate in Indochina (+3 to CRI, now at 8)
    • German Protectorate in Indochina (+3 to CRI, now at 11)
    • Japanese Interest in Manchuria (+2 to CRI, now at 13)
    • Russian Protectorate in Korea (+3 to CRI, now at 16)
    • Russian Interest in Manchuria (+2 to CRI, now at 18)
  • Established Markers
    • British Possession in Hong Kong (+5 to CRI, now at 23)
  • Since the CRI is less than 30, there is no chance for a Chinese rebellion this turn.

 

War:

  • First War Turn
    • Initiative Determination: Britain and Russia roll a 5, France rolls a 2; the Anglo-Russians are the First Alliance.
    • First Alliance Maneuver Phase: All units hold their positions.
    • First Alliance Attack Phase: No attacks.
    • First Alliance Supply Determination Phase: All units are in supply.
    • Second Alliance Maneuver Phase: All units hold their positions.
    • Second Alliance Attack Phase: No attacks.
    • Second Alliance Supply Determination Phase: All units are in supply.
    • War End Determination Phase: The two sides negotiate an end to the war.
      • France agrees to downgrade to Interest in Egypt.
      • France gives up Cochin China to Great Britain
    • Resolution Phase:
      • French Possession in Cochin China replaced with British Possession; French Protectorate in Egypt downgraded to Interest.
      • French forces in Egypt and Cochin China return to France.
      • British A3 in Indochina moves to Cochin China.
      • Russian A10 in Korea moves to Russia.

 

Victory Point Record:

  • Purchased VPs: None
  • Bonus/Penalty VPs:
    • Great Britain: -5 for not granting Dominion status to Cape Colony
    • Germany/Austria-Hungary: +4—2 for alliance with Russia, 2 for France’s isolation
    • Japan: +2 for alliance with Great Britain
    • Russia: +2 for alliance with Germany
    • Italy: +2 for alliance with Great Britain
  • Total VPs:
    • Germany/Austria-Hungary: 4
    • Japan, Russia, Italy: 2
    • France, United States: 0
    • Great Britain: -5

 

 

On to 1884!

 

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