The timeline to the althist World of Monarchies
Revolutionary War 1776-1783
Americans win the Revolutionary War, just like in OTL
First President in 1789
George Washington is elected as the first president of the United States, the French Revolution begins.
Monarchy established in 1790
George Washington crowns himself as king George I of America, other founding fathers either support or oppose him. Civil war in America starts in June between the monarchists and the republicanists.
Monarchist victories in 1791 and 1793
In May 1791 the civil war in America ends in monarchist victory, George I keeps the throne and a new constitution is signed, creating a new parliament loyal to the king. In September the United Kingdom of America starts helping king Louis XVI of France to fight against the revolution and finally in 1793 the revolution in France is crushed.
Haitian rebellions 1791-1795
American intervention in Haiti crushes the rebellions. Touissant Louverture is arrested and after his escape and new rebellion attempt executed by a firing squad. Hundreds of slaves are also killed during this period.
Third Partition of Poland in 1795
Poland is split between Russia, Prussia and Austria, ending the exinstence of the country
Alliance between France and the United Kingdom of America 1797
France and and the UKA agree to form a military alliance
Irish rebellion success in 1798
Rebellion in Ireland succeeds with help from the French-American alliance, and a parliamentary monarchy is established in Ireland.
American-Canadian War begins in late 1799
King George I wants to expand the territory of the UKA and attacks Canada in November. American troops cross the Saint Lawrence River in December and the Siege of Quebec begins at Christmas 1799.
American-Canadian War continues
Americans capture Quebec after furious battles in March 1800, meanwhile other American forces attack OTL New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. British counterattacks attempting to push the Americans back behind the Saint Lawrence river fail, and American attacks continue in Upper Canada. Finally the British manage to stop the Americans between the Saguenay and Ottawa rivers in January 1801, and start pushing them back towards the Saint Lawrence, but the Americans start attacks to Newfoundland and Labrador in July. British defense is successful and Americans only gain minor victories. Americans attempt a new attack to Upper and Lower Canada in January 1802 and another one in June, both successfully repelled by the British. Both sides agree peace in December 1st 1802 and a new border is drawn between British-controlled Canada and the UKA.
The Caucasus Wars
The Ottoman Empire wanting to expand its territory attacks to OTL Armenia in 1805. Due to slow mobilization of the Russian army the Ottomans manage to swiftly conquer a lot of land in the Caucasus region. Russian counterattacks are massive failures and a lot of Russians get killed in Ottoman ambushes. Soon the whole Caucasus is under Ottoman rule, and their next target is Crimea. Invasion starts in early 1808, but this time the Russians are already positioned near Crimea and Caucasus. The Ottoman invasion fails, and the Russians start to slowly move towards Caucasus. Ottoman forces use the same ambush strategies as before, and the Russians retreat in February 1810
Swedish glory in the Second Great Northern War
When the Russians are busy fighting the Ottomans in 1807, Sweden sees its chance and attacks Russia. Swedish forces quickly overrun Karelia and reach St. Petersburg in just two weeks. The city refuses to surrender and siege is layed. Prussia which is allied to Russia attacks Southern Sweden in October 1807, and Denmark-Norway wanting to gain its old land back joins the invasion. Prussian and Dano-Norwegian troops arrive at Stockholm in January 1808. The invaders are successfully defeated, and the Swedish army starts counterattacks against Denmark-Norway and Prussia. The siege of St. Petersburg continues until September, when the city surrenders. Tsar Alexander I is mad about losing his capital, and starts an invasion of Finland, which fails terribly. Swedish forces then move southwards to the Baltics, and on the other front to Denmark. Swedish forces invade the Baltics in 1810 and Russia is ready to sign peace with Sweden. In Denmark the islands of Fyn and Sjaelland fall under Swedish occupation, and in Norway Kristiania is being sieged and most of Northern Norway is conquered. Denmark-Norway surrenders in Spring 1811, Prussia withdraws quicky after them.