1900

 

New Merchant Fleets: Great Britain and Japan receive new fleets this turn.

 

Random Events: 3

  • French Anti-German Agitation (hmmm, canít imagine why the French would be angry with the Germans!):
    • +2 to European Tensions (now at 62)
    • The amount that France receives from its Colonial Office is doubled this turn
    • France must spend at least £30 this turn on maintenance or construction of new military units
  • Unrest: Egypt
  • Unrest: Tunis (I guess the Tunisians arenít happy about joining the German Empire)

 

Colonial Office:

               Great Britain: £20
               France: £45 (doubled to £90)
               Germany: £15 (Austria-Hungary: £10)
               United States: £25
               Japan: £10
               Russia: £10
               Italy: £10
               Belgium: £5
 
Administration:

 

 

GB

FR

GER

A-H

USA

JAP

RUS

IT

BEL

# of Doms/States

 

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EV of Doms/States

 

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Possessions

 

15

3

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

EV of Possessions

 

71

14

0

0

6

0

0

8

0

# of Protectorates

 

4

6

7

0

3

8

2

4

3

EV of Protectorates

 

20

22

30

0

17

34

12

17

18

# of Influences

 

3

2

8

2

3

6

7

1

0

EV of Influences

 

19

6

46

10

15

28

37

5

0

# of Interests

 

3

1

4

0

1

6

2

7

2

EV of Interests

 

18

5

29

0

4

37

9

29

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Income

 

616

175

241

20

132

229

131

147

83

Marker Maintenance

 

445

130

110

10

65

110

55

65

30

Unit Maintenance

 

63

8

19

0

13

29

10

6

3

Colonial Office

 

20

90

15

10

25

10

10

10

5

Net Income

 

128

127

127

20

79

100

76

86

55

 
Minor Powers:
        Belgium: Inactive
        Netherlands: Inactive
        Portugal: Inactive
        Spain: Inactive
 

Public Treaties:

 

The Mingomoto-Carey Defensive Pact of 1890

The great nations of Japan and the United States do hereby enter into a complete, permanent, and public defensive alliance.  In the event of an
offensive military advance on either of these nations, the other has an obligation to join in combat with its ally to the fullest extent possible.

 

Signed,

Emperor Mattakeshi Mingomoto

President Carey

 

Treaty of Venice 1888

1.  Italy and Russia, hereby, form a public defensive alliance against the British Empire.

2.  Russia recognizes the Italian right to territory in Africa and will provide military support against Great Britain should it attempt to
interfere with Italian expansion on the African continent.


3.  Italy recognizes the Russian right to claims in the country of China and will likewise provide military support against Great Britian should
it attempt to interfere with Russian expansion in China.

Signed,
Grand Potentate Eikenbelli (Italy)
Tzar Samsonov (Russia)

 

The Strawberry Fields Forever Peace Accords of 1891

1.  The two sovereign nations of Japan and Great Britain do hereby join together in a public and permanent defensive alliance.

2.  Should any foreign army or navy make any offensive moves against one of these two nations, the other has an obligation to come to its
companion's aid.

3.  Japan, recognizing its strong ties to and defensive alliance with the United States, encourages Great Britain and the U.S. to seize this
opportunity in order to form a permanent three-way alliance so that all three nations, Japan, Great Britain, and the United States, may
infinitely benefit from mutual friendship and aid . . . and may their strawberry fields (or perhaps, in Japan, rice) grow ripe and rich . . .
forever and ever.

4.  Japan, also recognizing the serious nature of the mounting tension between Italy and Great Britain, emphasizes its support of Great Britain
in this conflict.  While Japan will continue to urge Great Britain to use prudent negotiation in dealing with Italy, the Japanese military will
come to Great Britain's aid if such a request is dealt to them.

Emperor Mattakeshi Mingomoto
Lord Stewart

 

Germanic-Slavic Alliance of 1891

1.
The Russian and Germanic people of Germany and Austria-Hungary do, hereby, form a defensive alliance against the nations of U.S., Japan,
and Great Britain.

2. Russia shall support the peoples of Germany and Austria-Hungary in their expansion into the African Continent and will take military action
against the nation of Great Britain should they oppose Germany and Austria-Hungaryís claims upon the African continent.

3. Germany and Austria-Hungary shall support the people of Russia in staking their claims to territory in China and will take military action
against Great Britain and Japan should they oppose Russian expansion in China.

Signed,
Tzar Samsonov Balenko (Russia)
Samantha von Bismarck (Germany)

 

 

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