In Anatolia, a Turkish warchief named Ertuğrul is killed during the conquest of the village of Söğüt by the Kayı tribe in 1231. He never produces an heir who in our timeline would become Osman I of the Ottoman Dynasty. Without his leadership, the Turks of Anatolia are never unified.

The sacking of the Russian principalities by the Mongols in 1237-1238 reach full swing with Batu Khan's decision to defy his father's advice to allow subjugated peoples to worship as they please. The subsequent effort on the part of the Mongols to break the power of the Russian Orthodox princes results in a more devastating war than OTL, severely weakening the principalities of Tver, Kiev, and crucially, Muscovy, seriously altering the course of European history.


Major Events

  • The Battle of the Kalka River, 1223
  • The Fall of Rus', 1238
  • The Ilkhanate Invasion of Anatolia, 1249
  • Fall of Constantinople, 1339
  • The Coronation of Stefan Dušan, 1340
  • The Mazovian Crusade, 1381
  • The Sicilian Proclamation, 1411
  • The Jannite Heresy, 1456
  • Discovery of Serenità, 1471
  • The Northern Rising, 1498
  • The 

Important Persons

  • Alejandro Salazar (Venetian Explorer)

Major Conflicts

  • The , 1836-1837
  • The , 1862-1867
  • The , 1867-1876

Nations and Territories

  • Abyssinia
  • Baldurland
  • Batavia
  • Cartago
  • Clairière
  • England
  • France
  • German League
  • Holy Roman Empire
  • Israel
  • Kehta'keh
  • Livonia
  • Meridonia
  • Mexique
  • Serenità
  • Sylvania
  • Theas
  • Virginia

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