A weak general his campaigns gained the Latinians land but at the cost of many lives. He also began an arms race with the Ottoman Empire and colonised much of north Africa's coast. He declared war on the Ottomans a week before he died.
Jerome's brother, was made Emperor only because the senate thought Jerome's grandson too young to be emperor at 11. Ended the war with the ottomans in 1900 and increased relations with other European nations.
Jerome's grandson, forced to abdicate in 1905 following pressure from his uncle. Exiled after civil war and dying in London, England in 1920.
January 15,1866 - September 31, 1908
Jerome's distant son, previously thought to have died on his return in 1905 he was legally given power. There was some dispute however of whether he was a legal Emperor. Within a month civil war ensued and lasted for two years resulting in Louis' victory shortly before dying in mysterious circumstances at a state visit to France.
March 10, 1870 - March 27, 1921
Charles II son. Had previously been Duke of Sicily and supported Napoleon III in the civil war. When his forces were driven out of Greece he went into exile in Egypt but secretly returned in August 1908, may have murdered Louis. He saw the danger of the Anglo - Franco - Russo - German alliance and hastily made an alliance with the Austrian Empire and began arming his men, increasing army size from 1,000,000 in 1908 to 6,000,000 in 1911. When war broke out in 1912 he was ready. Leading his country through The Great War (1912 - 1918) and after, he was hailed as one of The Empire of The Latins greatest rulers.
December 28 ,1870 - 3 April 1923
Napoleon IV's brother. Also known as Antonio the Fat. Ruled only for two years before dying of a heart attack (surprise, surprise). Passed few laws, fought no wars. Last of the Bonaparte dynasty.
December 19, 1858 - December 31 1928
First of the Baglonian dynasty. Napoleons brother in law. Ruled during the roaring twenties also known as "The Vittorian Era". 65 when he came to power Vittore lived up to his name and fought many wars (all be them very small) mainly in Africa. He also built up the economy and led the Latinians to recovery after the Great war. His death signaled the end of a recovery.
Prusso - Dutch Empire
Frederick William I
August 3, 1770 - June 7, 1840
Was King of Prussia 1797 - 1814 until act of Union with the Batavian Republic to form Prusso - Dutch Empire. He led the alliance against the Latinians from 1806 until the treaty of Vienna in 1835. During the last five years of his rule he used his organisational skills to make treaties with the other European powers.
Frederick William II
October 15, 1795 - April 23, 1847
March 22, 1797 - 1 June 1860
October 18, 1831 - June 15, 1872
August 14, 1850 - January 9, 1909
March 26, 1879 - May 11, 1938
After defeat in the great war 1912 - 1918, The Prusso-Dutch Empire was destroyed and split up into The Kingdoms of Bavaria, Belgium and the Netherlands and Prussia and The Republics of Saxony and Denmark.