24 December 1913: 4 British officers stationed in Ireland get very drunk and then head into a local village where they rape and kill 2 local women. A mob of men from the village then lynch's them.

25 December 1913: A British force arrives in the village and after a confrontation with the village resorts to a massacre.

28 December 1913:  Although the officer in charge of the company was specifically ordered only to arrest suspected mob members he is cleared at a rigged court martial.

30 December 1913: Irish volunteers and a number of other groups kill several English or English supporters in the cities at night.

31 December 1913: The British and pro- British authorities declare a curfew and a series of sporadic fights occur as groups attempt to evade the curfew. 2 men who were arrested were claimed to have been killed in police custody causing more discontent.

3 January 1914: A march is done in Dublin and the police are given strict orders not to interfere. The Irish nationalists grow more bold.

7 January 1914: German intelligence makes contact with the Irish nationalists and starts supplying them with weapons.

10 January 1914: A British patrol is killed while in the countryside of Cork. The British decide to move additional troops in to quell a rebellion.

25 May 1914: The House of Commons votes against the Government of Ireland act as many British people feel angry about the growing beginning of a guerrilla war and fear the loss of Ireland as a nation. It is lost by 4 votes.

26 May 1914: Mass protest occur in Dublin and lasts for 2 days as the police and rioters fight hard. Though the rioters give up and the police regain control the Police become far more willing to arrest before riots and the Irish become more convinced that a revolt is needed.

30 June 1914: the Irish volunteers, Irish citizen army and other Irish nationalist groups prepare Operation Dwyer named after one of the Irish nationalist heroes. It is a plan to launch a major uprising and drive the British out they make contact with the Germans and ask for weapons.

2 August 1914: As the war grows nearer a number of prominent Irish nationalist declare that they will not support the British war effort unless the Home Rule Bill is passed.

4 August 1914: Britain joins World War I. At the same time a disguised German ship drops off a large number of weapons at Banna Strand which are transported around the country by train and car to Ireland.

7 August 1914: Irish rebels launch Operation Dwyer as weapon shipments from Germany begin to arrive around the country. It starts off with massive anti- war demonstration in Dublin outside Dublin castle. Irish nationalists attack various points where weapons and ammunition are held. When gunfire breaks out the demonstrations turn violent. The British are taken by surprise and are forced back. Outside of the capital the countryside has massive uprisings and street fighting breaks out in the streets.

8 August 1914: The British resort to massacring rioters in the streets of Ireland as heavy fighting occurs. The British more concerned about losing Ireland than the situation in Europe and decide that they will not move the BEF into Europe until the situation in Ireland is resolved.

13 August 1914: As British forces swarm all over the heavily revolting Ireland all the major cities are secured.

17 August 1914: The countryside is retaken by the British and the BEF prepare to move back into France, guerrilla warfare continues in the countryside.

21 August 1914: The French are attacked at Charleroi.

23 August 1914: The German first army crosses the canal at the French left flank and as night falls moves to their rear.

24 August 1914: The French Fifth and German First Army engage all day until the German Second and Third army attack the French from the rear and the French fifth is wiped out.

25 August 1914: The German advance on Paris starts with no obvious opposition in their path.

2 September 1914: The German forces reach the outskirts of Paris.

3 September 1914: A ceasefire is declared between German and French forces as the Germans prepare to bombard Paris. The British land at Calais although due to French hostility towards them being abandoned demands that they return back to their ships although the British ignore them.

6 September: The Treaty of Paris is established with the demobilization of French forces, large war reparations and accept a puppet of the Germans in Belgium. The Germans agree to withdraw their troops out of France and they start the transfer of troops to Russia. The British withdraw from Calais seeing they stand no chance against the German army but they continue to fight the war navally.

11 November 1914: The German Second and First Armies back up the German Ninth army at Lodz. Lodz is a victory for the Germans as the Lodz- Warsaw line breaks and the Russians have to fall back.

15 November 1914: The German army encircles Warsaw and then starts to take it.

21 November 1914: The Russian army in Warsaw with almost no ammunition and food finally surrender Warsaw.

4 May 1915: The German army launches the Gorlice-Tarnow offensive and the mass of German forces defeat the Russian forces and cause the beginning of a Russian collapse.

10 May 1915: The Germans start up an offensive to end the war. The Russians start to fall back en mass.

20 May 1915: Bulgaria joins the Austro-Hungarians in a war against Serbia.

21 May 1915: The Austro- Hungarians move forward and cross the Danube and start a march on Belgrade.

29 May 1915: The Bulgarians defeat the Serbians as Kosovo. The Serbians start a retreat into Albania but the Central powers aggressively pursue them taking a large number of prisoners. Serbia is partitioned between Bulgaria and a Austro-Hungarian puppet state.

11 June 1915: Tsar Nicolas starts negotiations with Kaiser Wilhelm but the Kaiser attempts to extract vastly high demands and negotiations break down.

20 September 1915: An exhausted German force stops after eliminating the Russian Galicia-Poland salient and crushing a number of Russian defences.

18 May 1916: The Germans are waiting for supply chains to be built before they continue to advance but Russia try to advance through the centre of the German line at Pinsk but the Russians fail to break through the German lines.

23 May 1916: After constant fighting a much larger force of Germans arrives from the north and south and an attack encircles the Russian troops.

14 June 1916: After both stockpiling of supplies and the improvement of the roads and railways the Germans now consider themselves ready to launch another offensive alongside the Austrians. The Germans march towards Minsk while the Austrians towards Proskurov.

16 June 1916: The Austrians encircle Proskurov and while the Germans smash a Russian army at Mir. Suffragettes kill three police officers.

18 June 1916: The Germans take Minsk. Negotiations start between Germany and Russia.

22 June 1916: The Vilnius ceasefire comes about with both sides stopping fighting.

23 June 1916: A riot occurs outside of parliament between Suffragettes and police with both sides sustaining injuries and two dead women.

28 June 1916: As rioting gets more and more severe the government makes the decision to ban the more militant suffragette groups and arrest their leaders.

29 June 1916: Emmeline Pankhurst is arrested after a violent confrontation with her personal protection squad.

29 June 1916: The Treaty of Berlin is signed between the four Central powers with Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are turned over to Germany along with Poland and parts of Belarus, Ukraine and the Ottoman empire takes parts of the Southern Caucasus.

1 July 1916: Mikhail Alekseyev meets with the Tsar and advise him to abdicate after pressure from other members of the Stavka. The Tsar outright refuses and accuses him of being a traitor to the Russia and attempts to have him replaced as chief of staff. The Russian forces stationed at the Stavka base in Mogilev arrest the Tsar and Michael Alexandrovich is offered the throne. Suffragettes and other women hearing upon the open government attack on the suffrage movement march out onto the streets and start a riot.

2 July 1916: The Tsar family in St Petersburg is arrested. Michael Alexandrovich refuses to take the throne illegally from his brother. The Stavka declare a state of emergency while they try to resolve the situation. The Suffragette's riot is suppressed although in certain area's large amounts of damage have been done turning a lot of men's opinions against universal suffrage.

4 July 1916: As confusion occurs in Petrograd and the army is deployed on the streets. The workers organizations believing that the Monarchists plan to attack launch strikes.

5 July 1916: The Russian army refuses to fire on the large crowd in Petrograd with many joining the rioters. The British government annoyed with this issue has a first reading for legislation banning all women's civil rights groups.

8 July 1916: A provisional government without a monarchy is formed in a attempt to stem anarchy.

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