March 31st: Kaiser Wilhelm II visits Morocco. He gives a statement supporting Moroccan independence.
April 1st: (POD) An anarchist plot kills French Premier Maurice Rouvier. With his death, the French Government is thrown into chaos.
April 3rd: Theophile Delcasse is voted in as the new French Premier by popular demand. One of his first acts is to prepare France for war with Germany
April 15th: Kaiser Wilhelm sends two gunboats to the Moroccan coast. Britain responds by demanding that Germany stops bulling the French.
April 20th: German troops are mobilized along the French-German border. In response, France deploys their own troops, and revokes all military leaves. Conscription is introduced the next day.
June 5th: Austria-Hungary pledges support to Germany. Italy, however, is uneasy about the whole crisis.
June 9th: French troops along the Morocco-Algerian border are mobilized. Germany signs a defence agreement with the Sultan.
June 14th: France invades Morocco. Premier Theophile Delcasse, anticipating that Germany will declare war, orders the invasion of Alsace-Lorraine.
June 16th: After a highly contested vote, the United Kingdom declares war upon Germany. Russia also declares war upon Germany and Austria-Hungary.
June 20th: British troops land in France, and move to aid the French against Germany. Meanwhile, a British Admrial attacks the Italians in the Meditrainnen, forcing them into the war as well, but on the side of Germany.
June 25th: Britain begins negotiating with the Ottoman Empire, in the hope of getting them to enter the conflict on the side of Britain and France. The Ottomans agree, and invade Bosnia.
June 26th: The Balkan nations declare war upon the Ottoman Empire. Romania goes to war with Austria-Hungary to gain Transylvian.