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|French Trafalgar, British Waterloo|
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Events prior to August 6 on French Trafalgar, British Waterloo (Timeline: 1882-1911)
- Ottoman Empire declares war on Austria-Hungary, official start of the Second Global War
- Russia announces Partial Mobilization; orders changed to General on August 8.
- The United States and the Confederate States mobilizes.
- France demands Germany cease mobilization in 12 hours; no reply to ultimatum
- France announces General Mobilization
- Royal Navy begins Naval Patrols, stops French and Russian ships in Atlantic ocean
- Germany declares war on France and Russia; implements Schlieffen Plan
- Canada calls up the militia
- France declares war on Great Britain
- Confederate States declares war on the US and France
- CS invasion of US Begins
- US declares war on Great Britain and Canada
October 10: The last German Armies lay down their arms; the Second Global War is over in Europe.
December 7: News of the end of the war reaches British General Kitchener in Africa, and he agrees to surrender to the French forces pursuing him.
- May - The Frente Socialista Argentino (Argentinean Socialist Front), lead by Nicolás Repetto, overthrew to the weak government of Robustiano Patrón Costas, establishing a National Socialist Regime in Argentina.
- Prince Albert and his wife Princess Elizabeth, and their two young daughters, are allowed to leave the United Kingdom after suffering house arrest for three years. They sail to Russia, then are invited by the Australasian Government to settle and reform the Royal Line by Prime Minister Lionel Louge.