The purpose of this page is basically to split up the complex history of the TL into several sections. Each section has different events that have been the outcome of the POD. Other events, especially natural disasters, will occur here just like it did in OTL. There will also be a short summary for each time period.

Time Periods


  • 1808: (POD) Joseph of France and Isabella of Spain marry each other. This causes the kingdom of Spain to be incorporated into France; Portuguese War, Napoleon defeats Portugal in the Battle of Portugal (the war's only battle), forcing Portugal to surrender and sign the Treaty of Lisbon, which forces Portugal to give up its colonial empire in all places except Angola and Mocambique and to be split into Alentejo and the rump state of Portugal; in order to put a stop on the British war machine, Spain and France assemble and large fleet and invade England; Pope Pius VII is imprisoned by Napoleon due to numerous domestic and secular disputes; inspired by the ideas of the French Revolution, colonials in French Latin America began a series of protests, riots, and boycotts, demanding numerous reforms including the enforcement of the Napoleonic Code in the region and self-rule, the actions are dealt harshly by the Franco-Spanish military, Napoleon tries to push to reform but to his dismay, is constantly blocked by the colonial governors
  • 1809: As the revolution drags on, a wealthy group of creoles known as the Congress of the Americas, sent a letter of demands to Ferdinand VII of Spain, desiring self-independence and the end of discrimination between creoles and peninsulares, but refuses, citing that the revolutionaries did use violence to achieve their goals and considers it an act of rebellion; War of the Fifth Coalition begins when Britain, Austria, and Prussia join forces when they realize the new Franco-Spanish Union, in the process, Prussia's capital Berlin is overrun, Austria suffer many strategic defeats within their country, and through manipulating the British Royal Navy to pull them to other areas, Napoleon invades Southern England and captures London, Napoleon emerges victorious, with the following terms in the Treaty of Schonbrunn:
  1. All British-controlled Dutch colonies are handed to France except South Africa
  2. Britain, Austria, Prussia, and France shall cease hostilities.
  3. Britain will end the harassment of French and French-allied ships.
  4. The English Channel will become a demilitarized zone.
  5. Prussia loses the province of Brandenberg to the Confederation of the Rhine.
  6. Austria's and Prussia's army will be reduced to 10,000 each.
  7. France agrees to put an end to European conquest here.
  • (POD 2) Russia threatens war on France, but Napoleon, knowing that Russia is too large to invade, issues the St. Petersburg Accords, which fortunately settle tensions with both countries and establish an alliance; finally deciding Ferdinand was never going to help them, colonials in Latin America rise up against their Spanish colonial rulers, leading to a long and famed war known as the War for Spanish-American Independence, in this first part of the war, local militias begin seizing control of a majority of the provinces, the Congress of the Americas also declares support
  • 1810: Napoleon begins rebuilding at home, he establishes the First Imperial Act that begin economic growth in the French Empire and its puppets; in response to the War for Spanish-American Independence, Ferdinand VII sends troops in the continent to fight back on the rebels, Simon Bolivar, Santa Anna, and Jose De Martin become the main generals for the rebels, Britain and Brazil sign a secret pact with them known as the Treaty of Lima, which promises that both countries will support them against Spain, in a surprising act, Napoleon, for the sake of not wanting to repeat the mistakes of the British during the American Revolution, pressures independence, souring relations between Paris and Madrid
  • 1811: Spain continues to struggle against the rebels in South America, yet they manage to hold on to frontiers in New Spain and Rio De La Plata and eliminate colonial control, colonial governors loyal to Spain are either captured, killed or have fled to Spain; Simon Bolivar, Jose De Martin, and a group of politicians sign the Charter of the Americans, stating that the former Latin American colonies are now independent from Spain.
  • 1812: War of 1812 begins between Britain (and its Amerindian allies) and the United States, while the United States manages to secure several naval victories and defeat the British-supported Amerindians, all attempts to invade Canada in the first year of the war ends up in failure, France declares support to the Americans after they signed the Paris Agreement and sends them aid to help fend off the British; Spain, war-weary of the situation in Latin America, surrender and sign the Treaty of Havana, with the following terms:
  1. Spain recognizes the newly independent republics of Mexico, Gran Colombia, Peru, and Argentina.
  2. The Spanish still hold its Caribbean possessions.
  3. Both sides will share war indemnities, yet neither will be forced to bear the responsibility of the war.
  4. Any royalists in Latin America will be treated as equals.
  5. Neither side will show arms against each other for a period of twenty years (aka no attacks on either side).
  • Britain signs the Lima Agreement with the independent South American nations, which promise them economic cooperation; the South American states form the League of South America, an anti-Spanish defense pact aiming at defending themselves from Spain, Ferdinand VII is outraged that Napoleon never sent help, while Napoleon spoke back saying he should have found a better option, this makes Spain no longer a world power and makes it the laughing stock of all of Europe
  • 1813: French Invasion of British West Indies and British West Africa, France seizes Britain's West African and Caribbean colonies; French Reconquest of Haiti, the French manage to take back Haiti into the empire after years of independence; due to fears of the mighty French power and the lasting influence of the French Revolution in Russia, Alexander I enacts the Alexander Plan, which is based off of the French Imperial Plan, but also enacts expansion into Central Asia and political reforms as well including the end of serfdom, which would be the basis for democratic progress in Russia; the Americans occupy most of British Canada
  • 1814: Britain sues for peace due to the high cost of fighting the war in America and their home isles and is forced to sign the Treaty of Paris, the terms are:
  1. America gains all of Canada, its claims in North America, Belize, the Mosquito Coast, Guyana (British and formerly-ruled Dutch), and Britain's Greater Antilles colonies
  2. France gains Britain's Lesser Antilles, and West African colonies, Western Australia, and the East Indies (formerly Dutch before Napoleon's conquest of the Netherlands forced Britain to take control of it)
  3. Britain must pay 300 million USD and 300 million Francs
  4. Britain must give up most of its navy, its naval warfare tactics, and its industrial technologies to France
  5. All support to Amerindians from Britain will cease permanently
  • 1815: Panic of 1815 occurs in Britain due to the loss in the War of 1812 and the loss of markets in Europe to sell its goods, causing numerous riots across the country, which later spreads to America and Europe, though it does not do much due to the rising economic reliability of French goods; France and America sign the Monroe-Anna Treaty, which set an official boundary between French New Spain and the United States (the same boundary as the OTL Adams-Onis Treaty); due to the weakening grip in Florida, Napoleon sells it to America for $10 million USD; the British Prime Minister Earl of Liverpool is forced to resign due to popular hatred against him for the defeat in the War of 1812; an attempted coup by conservative Prussian military leaders fails as the people rebel against it
  • 1816: The Second Industrial Revolution (first one began in England) begins in the French Rhine Region, where a combination of British industrial technologies and the growing economy lead to rise of France from an agrarian country to a mighty industrial power, replacing the British in the economic competition and the increased reliance of French goods; a referendum in Quebec foretells that the people want independence, which is unwillingly granted by the American government
  • 1817: French control in most of the American continents spurs Alexander to encourage settlement in the colony of Alaska in the Alaskan Act; France incorporates its Italian lands into the French puppet of Italy, made out of the puppets of Italy, Naples, and the Italian lands from Switzerland, and to a smaller degree, France; the French Railway, a railway system connecting the mainland French Empire and its puppets, begins construction
  • 1818: Inspired by the French Imperial Plan and the Alexander Plan, James Monroe enacts the American Plan, which aims for the very same goals as the two plans: economic growth and development; Napoleon and James establish trade agreements, including French assistance in the American Plan; the French fleet land in Algiers, whose sultan agrees to be a French protectorate in exchange for access to French goods and opening its markets to France; Francis I enacts the Austrian Act similar to France's and begins political reforms in order to help his country recover; fear of Russian control over the Oregon Territory causes America and Russia to struggle in the Oregon Crisis, although it is put to rest through a peaceful agreement; the American Road System starts building, which builds a road system across the country east of the Mississippi
  • 1819: France expands its control around North Africa, annexing Morocco and Tunisia as protectorates in exchange for opening its markets to France and access to French goods, other French colonies are established in Mauritania, Guinea, the Ivory Coast, and most of the Senegal river region; Denmark-Norway declares war on Sweden, with French, Polish, and Russian support, the Danish-Norwegians begin to take over Sweden, while Prussia (and to some degree Britain) supports Sweden, which leads to the Scandinavian War
  • 1820: Inspired by French Nationalism, the Greeks rebel for independence, who are supported by numerous European nations, which inspires the Balkan peoples to rise up; King George III of Britain dies, leaving Prince George IV of Wales the heir to the throne, who promises to end the French Empire forever; the colony of Liberia is founded by American blacks and whites, who used it as a haven for escape slaves, and would later become America's African colony; the Missouri Compromise is passed in America to settle the slavery issue (only temporarily); Sweden and Prussia form the Stettin-Stockholm Pact to protect themselves from France and Russia, Britain is given an offer to join, but due to its damaged military, it refuses
  • 1821: The French officially establish control of the French East Indies, formerly rule by the Dutch, which was met with opposition from the Dutch settlers, who set up their own countries in other parts of OTL South Africa and OTL Indonesia; settlements in Australia and New Zealand to counter the growing colony of French Western Australia; Sweden officially falls to Russian-French-Dano-Norwegian forces, the Treaty of Copenhagen gives Denmark-Norway and Russia their land, Finland goes to Russia and the rest goes to Denmark, Prussia is split between the Rhine Confederation and Poland with the southern half going to the Rhine Confederation and the northern half going to Poland, the war allows French relations and influence with Denmark-Norway and Russia to improve; Denmark-Norway officially becomes the country of Scandinavia
  • 1822: Napoleon declares war on the Ottoman Empire to seize its remaining North African territories, which spurs Russia to do the same thing; French settlers immigrate to colonies worldwide as encouraged by Napoleon to increase French control of them; Indochina is settled by the French, with settlers and officials from the French Philippines; France battles out rebels in Algeria led by Abd al-Kader
  • 1823: Numerous cities across the Nile Delta are now in French control such as Alexandria and Cairo while most areas in the Caucasus are now held by the Russians while numerous rebellions by the Balkan peoples began to depose Ottoman governmental officials; Abdelkader is killed in Ourgla causing the end of the rebellion; Napoleon announces the German Union Act, which will allow alll of the German states to form a stronger union, which was enacted concerned of the lack of unity in some degree; the Greeks eventually gain their independence by the Treaty of Athens, and are ruled by Louis I, a relative of Napoleon; French Indochina officially becomes a French protectorate; the First Turkish War ends after Turkey sues for peace, the Treaty of Constantinople is signed, the terms are:
    1. France receives all of Ottoman North Africa (including Egyptian Sudan)
    2. Russia receives all Turkish Caucasus lands, Turkish Armenia, Kurdistan, and Shahrazur
    3. Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Romania, and Albania gain independence
    4. Greece gains OTL Greece territories, Eastern Thrace, Constantinople (causing the capital of the Ottoman Empire is moved to Ankara in Anatolia), the Aegean region of Anatolia, and Cyprus from the Ottoman Empire
    5. Turkey will pay 50 billion francs and 50 billion rubles to France and Russia
  • 1824: Napoleon makes a visit to the United States, who meets with President Monroe, who both sign trade agreements that would lead to a French-American economic partnership, many Americans praise France for helping them defeat the British in the War of 1812; Russia places Joanna Grudzinska as empress of Bulgaria, Maria as empress of Macedonia, and Alexandra Feodorovna as empress of Montenegro; the French establish a stronghold in Singapore to provide a naval base for ship passing by the Malay Peninsula; Madagascar officially becomes a French colony; Hungary and Bohemia are given semi-autonomy by Austria
  • 1825: With the help of the French, the process of Russian modernization was becoming imminent, with food and industrial production growing at least 45% a year, something unseen in Russian history, modern food production methods, modern factories and forges, and new, larger, and improved trading and naval fleets became common projects across Russia, but although serfdom as been abolished, nobles controlled half of the farmland, serfs had large debts, city conditions were poor, and people from the low and middle classes were struggling, the basis of what would become the Russian Revolution; Alexander I dies, leaving his successor Constantine as emperor of Russia
  • 1826: In an historic move, Alexander I meets James Monroe in Washington D.C., Alexander is amazed by the "will of the American people", Monroe and Alexander sign trade agreements that lead to a Russian-American economic partnership, while the American Constitution would inspire Russian democratic reforms in the future
  • 1827: Napoleon proposes the project of the Suez Canal, which would sharply the distance and travel time to get to Asia, this is approved by the French government, which begins on the project funded by the French government (and its puppet states); border disputes between Russia and Persia led to the Russo-Persian War; anti-Muslim riots go all over the Balkans, as many people, after their harsh rule of the Muslim Turks, have a deep hatred for Islam and begin to persecute Muslims and wreck their mosques, while the new nations ban Islam and force the conversion of Muslims, while in Bosnia, it descends into anarchy as Christian Croats and Serbs attack the Muslim Bosnians
  • 1828: Lord Liverpool replaces George Canning as British Prime Minister due to his failure to handle the policy with France; excavation for the Suez Canal begins using 1.5 million people to dig the canal; the Dover Incident occurs when a French merchant ship is fired a wrecked by a British cruiser, which sparks anti-British sentiment in Paris, though the British do apologize, yet this causes tensions to build up between Britain and France; Balkan Muslims rise up against their religiously repressive governments across the nations causing chaos, while in Bosnia, the anarchy continues to cause nationwide chaos; the Nullification Crisis occurs in the United States after the Tariff of 1828 causes South Carolina to threaten to secede from the Union
  • 1829: A French expedition to Japan led by Robert Surcouf land in Nagasaki, who force the Japanese to open up trade to the west, which would cause the process of Japanese westernization with foreign embassies established in Nagasaki; the Russo-Persian War ends, forcing the Persian to give up the land they gave up in OTL; the Panic of 1829 develops in France due to the bank bailout, causing a major widespread recession across Europe and America; due to the anti-Muslim sentiment, at least 80% of Muslims in the Balkans are forced to give up Islam for Christianity while some flee to Russia and Austria for protection, though they still face discrimination in those countries from Christians; Pope Leo XII announces the Florence Address, calling for the liberation of the Holy Land from the Ottomans
  • 1830: The French Railway is officially complete, connecting nearly every region of the mainland empire; Napoleon II establishes the Second Imperial Act, which allows a certain degree of economic development in France's client states; the chaos in the Balkans alarms the Ottomans, who decide to send troops to reconquer the area to protect them, causing France and Russia to declare war on them once again; Napoleon falls ill under autopsy, causing great concern about the fate of the world's most powerful man, forcing Prime Minister Lucien Bonaparte to take control of the country
  • 1831: Napoleon II establishes the French Foreign Legion as a sector of the French military to deal with colonies, protectorates, and other territories outside the European region, who are stationed in nearly every of France's colonies; to deal with the economic stress, Portugal sells Angola and Mocambique for 10 million pounds to Britain, who uses them as barrier against the expanding French African colonial empire; Nat Turner from the USA leads a slave rebellion that would last for several days before being put out; the American Road System finishes building
  • 1832: Cholera breaks out in London which spreads to America and Europe, killing an estimated 3,000 people; the Malta incident occurs, where a French trading ship is shot down by a British cruiser, which sets off the Mediterranean War, France lands troops in Malta as a punishment for the British, causing Sicily and Sardinia to join him to stop France's "acts of injustice"; Czar Constantine I, a more of a liberal than what most of Russia expected, attempts to enact the Social Proclamation that would benefit the poor class, eliminate social injustices, improve living and working conditions, provide unemployment benefits, provide universal education and healthcare, and increase taxes on the rich an decrease taxes on the poor, however, it is shot down by the Russian nobles, who see it as an attempt to eliminate their power, yet this would be one of the factors for the Russian Revolution
  • 1833: Britain attempts to retake the Falkland Islands, yet they are repulsed by the French navy, now tactically and technologically upgraded; Sardinian and Sicilian fleets clash with the French fleet at Valletta to liberate Malta from the French, however, they are pushed back; the Panic of 1833 arises after several bailouts and foreclosures for several French banks, which in turn causes some degree of economic struggle for the rest of Europe, though financial aid is sent to those banks; Britain and France enact reforms limiting child labor, improving work conditions, and increase the pay of people; the Turkish Empire sues for peace, with the signing of the Treaty of Athens, the terms are:
    1. Turkey must give Yemen to France and Mesopotamia to Russia
    2. Turkey is forced to pay Russia and France 100 million francs and 100 million rubles
    3. The Marmara Region of Anatolia is given to Greece
    4. Turkey is forced to never intervene into events into the Balkan countries ever again, while the nations are to never again persecute Muslims, which they reluctantly agree to (however, in Bosnia, it is still in anarchy, forcing the French to intervene and establish peace, which goes on for several years until there was finally peace)
  • 1834: Britain and France enact new reforms that allow people unemployment benefits, employment benefits for those who make little money, free health care for the poor, promote and establish trade unions and charity organizations, and to provide newer, cheap housing my eliminating poverty in large urban areas; Britain abolishes slavery; Russian factory and farm workers protest at the Winter Square, but are shot by Russian troops, which scare the protestors away, however, this would be the start of the Peasant's Revolution, Russian peasants rise up across the Russian countryside, burning nobles' houses, executing wealthy families, and looting whatever riches they have, while Russian factory workers and police clash in riots across cities, the government fears that it would become another French Revolution, yet they do nothing other than brutality to stop it; the French capture Gibraltar after a grueling, long, but epic naval battle; in the South Atlantic, British and French fleets clash around British Atlantic possessions
  • 1835: The Second Seminole War begins between the United States and the Amerindian tribes of Florida; most of Russia east of the Urals begin to deteriorate into anarchy as most of the governing force is slaughtered by the peasants and workers, though some nobles who did support Nicholas's plan to reform Russia were spared, at lands west of the Urals, revolutionaries begin taking over numerous Russian cities with a part of the Russian military now joining them, the Russian government finally co-incides to Nicholas's requests to compromise with the revolutionaries, who hears the stories of suffering from the Russian poor, and immediately enacts numerous laws that reformed the social life of Russia and allow democracy to develop, a Duma is now formed and a Constitution is written
  • 1836: Most of Australia is now settled, divided by French and British halves; the French send an expedition to Hawaii led by Julien Cosmao, who establish an alliance and trade agreements, followed by other western nations; after a series of naval battles, Napoleon II conquers Sicily and Sardinia, forcing Britain to sue for peace, who signs the Treaty of Naples, with the following terms:
  1. ​Britain must cede its bases and territories in the Mediterranean and the South Atlantic to France
  2. Recognize French rule over Sicily and Sardinia
  3. Pay 70 million Francs
  • 1837: Victoria officially becomes Queen of the United Kingdom, though for her first part of her reign, she is very unpopular amongst the British people; the Panic of 1837 begins in New York City and eventually spreads all across Europe; Lucien enacts the Church Authority Act, which ends the political power of the Roman Catholic Church across Catholic power and forces most of the church's property to be sold to the public, which angers the Roman Catholic Church, yet the presence of Napoleon's troops in Rome keeps the Church from making any action; after constant conflicts, Lucien bans the Jesuits in France; Napoleon II eliminates all church interference or influence in the government; the Padri War between the nation of Padris in Indonesia and the French; the Suez Canal is completed, now officially open to public, it is now known as a monumental feat in engineering; France establishes several colonies on the Malay Peninsula: Penang and Dihding
  • 1838: Napoleon dies of liver cancer, causing a massive funeral nationwide and a visit by most leaders of Europe (except for Britain obviously), where else in Britain, celebrations take place, Napoleon II is officially emperor of France, with Napoleon being titled Napoleon the Great in all countries except Britain, who is known by the British as Napoleon the Terrible; the Padri War ends, with Padri forced to sign the Treaty of Jakarta, which causes Western Sumatra to come under French control; the Boer Borneo Republic is formed from Southern Borneo; the Cherokee are forced out of their land and journey to their Indian reservation in the Trail of Tears; the Boers fight numerous tribes in the island of Borneo known as the Borneo War; the French withdraw from Bosnia, having finally established a stable environment, with Louis Bonaparte as the country's king, however the effects on the Bosnian groups is devastating: 70% either died or left while 90% of the Muslim population was either dead, converted to Christianity, or left Bosnia
  • 1839: France declares war on Qing China after refusing trade agreements, known as the South China War; Britain declares war on Afghanistan in the Anglo-Afghan War, with France aiding the Afghans; Britain begins to invade the kingdom of Brunei; the Boer Borneo Republic ask the British to protect them as a way to protect themselves from French aggression, which the British agree to; the French Philippines are officially now a part of the French East Indies
  • 1840: New Zealand becomes colonized, the French in the South Island and the British in the North Island; David Livingstone goes on a famous visit to the African interior; France emerges victorious on every naval battle against the Chinese due to their inferior navy technology, they send troops to France to invade Southern China from the coast and from their colony in Indochina; the French establish control of Madagascar, OTL Cameroon, OTL Gabon, OTL Congo, OTL Djibouti, and OTL Oman; British troops in Afghanistan face difficulties in the rough terrain, though they manage to gain some success; Britain passes the South African Act, which encourages immigration to South Africa and establishes military bases since the British greatly rely on it for contact with British India
  • 1841: Britain declares a cease-fire with the Afghans by signing the Peace of Kabul, whose army is now battered from the hot weather and the fierce Afghan soldiers thanks to French support, they sign the Peace of Kabul, giving Britain Pashtunistan but will not try to take Afghanistan anymore; the French begin to occupied parts of Southern China from the coast to the inland (where troops from French Indochina invade); Laos and Kampuchea are annexed into French Indochina; the Borneo Boers defeat numerous tribes and take over the whole southern part of the island; Britain takes over Sarawak from Brunei; France responds by asking Sabah to be a protectorate in exchange for benefits, which it agrees to; Malay States agree to be French protectorates concerned of British aggression in Southeast Asia; Thailand and France forge an alliance after signing the Treaty of Bangkok
  • 1842: Napoleon II meets with Tokugawa Iemochi in a historic visit to Japan, who becomes France's biggest ally in the Pacific, who plan to split China for themselves, and in exchange, France will help provide Japan support for its modernization and some certain reforms; Britain declares war on Burma in the Anglo-Burmese War; Boers siege Durban in South Africa, leading to tensions between Britain and the Boer States China sues for peace with France, who sign the Treaty of Peking, the terms are:
    1. China will be open to foreign trade
    2. Southern China (aka provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, Hunan, Guangdong, Hainan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Zhejiang, Taiwan, and Shanghai) will be handed over to France
    3. China must pay 100 million Francs
  • 1843: An uprising in Greece occurs to Athens, where they demand Louis to establish democracy, however, he refuses and orders troops to shoot the troops, which causes tensions between the monarchy and Greece; the British establish the colony of Natal in Southern Africa; the French Americas (pratically in Brazil, New Mexico, Texas, and California) has seen a massive migration of immigrants and pioneers, mainly Europeans and native Latin Americans; French Malaya is formed out of Thai Malaysia
  • 1844: The first electric telegram is invented in America; the Bah'ai faith is founded on May 23rd by Bab, one of the religion's prophets; Napoleon II forces Louis of Greece to draft a liberal constitution, who reluctantly agrees to, allowing the relations between the Greeks and the monarchy to improve; William Harrison, the 9th American president, is assassinated by a Cherokee Indian
  • 1845: A potato blight in Ireland leads to the Great Famine, causing discontent of British rule and the massive migration of Irish people worldiwde, including the United States, England, the British colonies, and the French Empire; the first rubber band is invented in France; Britain takes over Rangoon, officially incorporating Burma into British India; Britain declares war on the Sikh Kingdom in the Anglo-Sikh War
  • 1846: The Mormons begin their trek to the west, mainly to Alberta; the Anglo-Sikh War ends, forcing the Sikh Kingdom to be annexed into British India, while the Koh-i-Noor is given to Britain as part of the British Imperial Jewels; the British Parliament officially outlaws the Corn Laws; St. Nicholasburg is established in OTL Vancouver by Russian settlers; Napoleon II signs a deal with the American settlers in Texas that gives them a degree of self-rule
  • 1847: The first revolver pistol is invented by Samuel Colt, an American inventor; Liberia, due to reaching the qualifications, is requested statehood, and luckily, it was approved by Congress; the discovery of gold in California sparks a gold rush that leads to large-scale immigration from all around the world; concerned about the Amerindians in most of the French American colonies, Napoleon II signs the Treaty of Mexico City, which allows "unalienable" reservations for the numerous Amerindian tribes of French North America, though they have to be part of the French Empire, the tribes agree to the deal; Kenya and Tanzania become British colonies; Napoleon II allows Texas to become independent and join the United States, including all land of the OTL Republic of Texas (not including the claimed areas in the Rio de Grande)
  • 1848: A Communist Revolution occurs across the mainland French Empire, yet it is put out, and Karl Marx, its leader, its executed, yet his political ideology of communism would have an effect in world history; other Communist revolutions occur in Britain, Austria, and Scandinavia, but they too fail; Napoleon II passes a law that declares the ideology of communism illegal, as it has plagued the nation after the brief revolution; the First Bolshevik Revolution occurs in the European portion of Russia, causing chaos across the country and also causing Russia to outlaw Communism as well; London suffers a Communist uprising, causing destruction on most of the downtown area; tensions between Britain and France forces Napoleon II to establish the Paris Pact, made out of France and its puppets (German Union, Italian Union, Spain), while Britain, in response, establishes the London Pact, made out of Britain, Austria, and Russia; Austria and Russia declare a break-away from the Continental Blockade as an excuse to free themselves from the French sphere, and while this does allow Britain to restore its influence on the continent, French products are still the majority being bought
  • 1849: Inspired by the First Turkish War and the Greek Revolution, Hungary and Bohemia rebel for independence, plunging Austria into chaos; Napoleon II enacts the Third Imperial Act, which enacts the mass-construction of shipyards, military forts, barracks, but the most important, military barriers (especially in the east) all over the nations of the Paris Pact in order to protect themselves and bring the nations closer; the Yugoslav Movement emerges in Serbia inspired from the union countries of Germany and Italy, who call for all Southern Slavic nations to unite with each other, the movement is not dangerous, yet it causes some concerns to other nations
  • 1850: Greece, with the help of the French, takes over northern Somalia in the Greco-Somalian War (aka area of OTL British Somaliland), while the French take over Puntland; Liberia expands on to OTL Sierra Leone; Britain establishes a colony in Namibia, and hope to expand it in the future to connect with British Angola; The Taiping Rebellion begins between the Christian Taiping Heavenly Kingdom and the Qing Empire; the chaos in Austria continues, as Britain and Russia support the Austrians, while France supports the Hungarians and Bohemians; Serbia declares all support for the Yugoslav Movement, and calls for all southern Slavic nations to unite


  • 1851: Looking at the anarchy going on in China, Japan declares war on China as an excuse to expand into Manchuria and Korea; inspired by the Yugoslav Movement and the Austrian Revolution, the people of the Illyrian provinces and in Szeklerland and Transylvania in Austria rise up against the French and Austrians, with both sides clashing each other that would continue for several years before the French and Austrians give in; the Belgrade Conference meets in Serbia, where the southern Slavic nations: Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Romania discuss the new country and how the government will be planned; the Crystal Palace opens in Paris as part of the 1852 World Fair
  • 1852: Austria finally gives in to the protests by splitting the nations into Austria, Bohemia, and Hungary, yet the Habsburg Royal Family still retain control of the countries, thus making Austria the Austrian-Bohemian-Hungarian Kingdom, a union of three states; Thailand and the United States declare neutrality in Great War I Ljubljana has seen violence due to Slovenians and French troops clashing out, while in Transylvania and Szeklerland, Austrian, Bohemian, and Hungarian troops battle out rioters across cities; the telegraph becomes commonplace all over Frace after the invention's creation in America; the Delhi incident occurs when a French ambassador is mobbed by two British soldiers outside the British embassy, the French call this an act of war, starting Great War I; Yugoslavia is formed amongst the southern Slavic nations; Qing China, in a desperate effort to save itself, surrenders to the Japanese and agree to give them Manchuria and Korea in the Treaty of Peking and pay 50 million Yen; Uncle Tom's Cabin is released in the United States, further causing anti-slavery sentiment
  • 1853: The Franco-Anglo Indian War cause chaos within the princely states, Indian Ocean trade routes, and the independent remnants of India, as French and British fleets and armies clash numerous places around India; Russia and Austria see this and declare war on France by attacking it in the European continent, forcing France to declare war on Austria and Russia, causing the First International War; due to the war in Europe, Austria is forced to abandon the Illyrian provinces, Szeklerland, and Transylvania, who become the independent nations of Romania, Slovenia and Croatia, who are asked by Yugoslavia (except Romania for ethnic reasons) to join the country
  • 1854: Napoleon II asks Yugoslavia and Greece to join him against the British, Austrians, and Russians, and later issues the Degree of Belgrade, that declare that Slovenia and Croatia can join Yugoslavia at the end of the war; Austria sees a united Yugoslavia and a Franco-Yugoslav friendship a threat and declare war on Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, and Yugoslavia, forcing the four nations to fight against Austria, who in turn are attacked by the Russians; the war spreads to Australia, Southeast Asia, and New Zealand, where French and British navies and troops collide; Japan joins the war on France's side and attacks Russia in Eastern Siberia; the Kansas-Nebraska Act is enacted, due to the slavery crisis in America
  • 1855: Britain finally recognizes the independent states of Transvaal and the Orange Free State in South Africa; the war spreads to Africa, where French troops attack British colonies in Angola, Mocambique, Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa; Napoleon II requests President Matthew Perry to join the war on France's side, yet due to its strict policy of neutrality, he politely says no, except for some badly needed supplies; Napoleon II requests Poland to join the war on his side, which it say yes and declares war on Russia; David Livingstone discovers the Victoria Falls in the OTL Zimbabwe-Zambia border
  • 1856: Britain asks China to join the war on its side against Japan and France, which, in order to gain back its land, agrees to do so, and declares war on Japan and France; France asks Persia to declare war on Russia, and in exchange, it will get Mesopotamia and possible lands lost from the Russo-Persian War, which is accepted and declares war on Russia; Denmark-Norway declares war on Russia feeling threatened, causing Russia to invade the country
  • 1857: The Sepoy Mutiny begins in British India, with the rebels being funded by the French as an excuse to weaken the British war effort; Russia subdues all of Poland and eastern Yugoslavia (with Austria), while in Africa, France takes over most of Britain's African colonies except South Africa; due to poor military technology and lack of training, the Chinese are subdued everywhere, with Mongolia and parts of the North Chinese Plain now Japanese; most of French Western Australia and French New Zealand are now under British control
  • 1858: The Irish begin to rebel against British rule, aided by the French, which causes chaos in the island; Russia takes over Outer Manchuria from the Japanese; northern Denmark-Norway is now Russian; after an epic naval battle, the French begin to invade Southern England; the Sepoy Mutiny is finally put down, while the Mughal Empire, a supporter of the Mutiny, is officially disbanded, and while French and British India faced hardships, it is clear that French India has an advantage over the British counterpart; due to years of hardship, China sues for peace; Calcutta falls to the Indian rebels, which quickly leads to the end of British rule in India
  • 1859: Charles Darwin, a British biologist releases his book, the Origins of Species; Britain declares total cease-fire before the French can reach London, while France declares the same thing after the Russians breached the German Wall, both sides of the International War sign the Treaty of Paris, while there is no winner, each side has its gains and losses, the terms are:
  1. Britain will recognize French dominance in Europe
  2. France will recognize Britain's control over Australia and New Zealand
  3. Japan will recognize Russian control over Outer Manchuria
  4. Russia will recognize Japanese control over the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin
  5. The North China Plain will be put under Japanese rule
  6. All Russian and Austrian occupied areas of Yugoslavia will return to Yugoslavian rule
  7. Austria-Hungary-Bohemia will no longer be a union, with Austria annexed into the French client state of the German Union, while Hungary and Bohemia are now independent
  8. Slovakia and Bohemia will be in a union known as Czechoslovakia
  9. Russia will recognize Persian rule over Mesopotamia and Kurdistan
  10. Persia will recognize Russian rule over Azerbaijan
  11. All prisoners of war from both sides will be released to their original sides
  12. Britain will recognize France's control over Angola and Tanzania
  13. Poland will be officially under Russian rule
  14. Hungary will not be subjected to foreign alliances now domination
  15. All Japanese-occupied areas of Siberia will be returned to Russia
  16. All Russian-occupied areas of Denmark-Norway (now the United States of Scandinavia) will return to the USS
  17. Russia will recognize Scandinavian rule over Finland
  18. Slovenia and Croatia will join Yugoslavia
  19. India is proclaimed independent from Britain, though Burma will be kept
  20. Britain will recognize Irish independence
  21. British and French ships will be free to travel through any water regardless of which either country controls them
  22. Russia will end its claims to the Dardenelles Strait
  23. Russia will recognize Japanese control of Mongolia
  24. Britain will arrest and execute the soldiers who attacked the French ambassador who were responsible for the war
  • 1860: Europe begins rebuilding from the ashes of war, and although the war had nowwinner, France barely got the winning side of the war; Philippe I of the Bonaparte family becomes Ireland's first emperor; religious unrest occurs in Northern Ireland due to the mixed Catholic-Protestant population there; the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom takes over China (what is left of it), and begin a period of rebuilding with the help of the Russians; Abraham Lincoln's election causes the Southern states of South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana to secede from the Union, much to the horror of the American government; the seceded states form the Confederate States of America, as the first seeds of the Civil War are about to sprout; Russia officially has control most of Central Asia (the OTL area of the Central Asian USSR), causing concerns from the French about Russian expansion in the region; India's Independence Day is celebrated across India, declaring the French its liberators, making them a valuable ally; the Mughal Empire officially begins reconstructing the economy, the cities, and its stability with the help of the French
  • 1861: A majority of Irish Protestants leave Ireland for the United Kingdom; the attack on Fort Sumter sparks the Civil War between the United States and the Confederacy; Britain takes the advantage of his and supports the Confederates as an excuse to take back Canada, while France supports the Union to prevent this from happening; Arkansas, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri separate from the Union, while West Virginia secedes from Virgina, which opposed its secession, and joins the Union; Turkish persecution of Christians in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine forces Russia and France to interfere, demanding them to end the persecutions; Constantine I of Russia dies in his sleep, leaving his liberal, yet Christian-radical son Nicholas to the throne; the first major oil refinery is established in Baku in Russia
  • 1862: Things do not look good for the United States as it suffers numerous defeats in the Confederacy, while it has evicted all British attempts to invade Canada thanks to French help; the first iron ship is launched by the Confederates, making all wooden navies useless due to the new naval technology; Lincoln announces the Emancipation Proclamation, which frees all slaves in the Confederacy; the Dakota War begins between the Americans and the Sioux tribes; building of the Latin Railroad (the railroad system touching all parts of the French Americas) begins; Nicholas, despite endorsing Russian reforms, begins a period of pogroms against the Jews and Muslims in the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Tatarstan due to his hatred and paranoia of them, causing millions of Jews and Muslims to be slain, forced to be Christians, or leave the country
  • 1863: The Turks refuse to listen to the French and Russian demands, forcing them to declare war on the Turks, targeting their invasion in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine; the Confederate defeat in Gettysburg marks the turning of the tide in the Civil War in favor of the Union, Britain agrees to withdraw support from the Confederacy with the Union in the Treaty of Washington D.C., though there are no penalties Britain needs to suffer; France declares war on Aceh starting the Aceh War
  • 1864: The Union's early capture of Richmond thanks to the French help ends the Civil War as Robert Lee sues for peace, the Treaty of Appomattox is signed as the Confederacy as to end slavery and rejoin the Union in exchange for efforts from the North to rebuild the war-torn South; Aceh is annexed by France; the Sioux sue for peace, ending the conflict between the Sioux and the United States; Jerusalem is finally liberated from Muslim control after over a thousand years, with French and Russian troops walking into the city, praying at the Christian sites thanking God for helping them capture the city; the Turks sue for peace once again, who sign the Treaty of Constantinople, with the following terms:
  1. Palestine (OTL Israel and Jordan) and the strip of land in the Eastern Arab Peninsula is given to France
  2. Syria and Lebanon is given to Russia
  3. Arabia is created out of the rump state an any remained Ottoman Arabian territory
  4. 50 million francs and 50 million rubles will be paid to both countries
  • 1865: Lincoln is assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, a Southern sympathizer; the Reconstruction in America begins as North begins to rebuild the South, and is forced to pay 100 million Francs and 100 million Rubles, Islam's holiest cities of Mecca and Medina come under French-Russian control, as they do not want to see the Muslims rebel against them; Czechoslovakia agrees to join Russia as a satellite state to protect itself from France, worsening Franco-Russian relations
  • 1866: Napoleon II dies due to old age, leaving Napoleon III as his successor; a funeral for Napoleon II, now known as Napoleon the Magnificent, is held in Paris, with most world leaders attending, while in Britain, people cheer and burn French flags praising the death of Napoleon II; India establishes the Indian Constitution, which is based off the French and American Constitutions, but includes important amendments including the end of the caste system, strict protection of all religions, and ethnic and religious equality for all; Nicholas, as an extreme anti-Muslim, orders the forced-conversion of Muslims to Christians and the execution of those who refuse to be Christians, causing pogroms all across Russian Arabia, though missionaries are not allowed Mecca and Medina for religious reasons
  • 1867: African Americans make numerous achievements into American society, rising into the ranks faster than every before, but in the South, such progress is limited; the discovery of gold in Alaska marks the Alaskan gold rush, with similar events occurring in Yukon and British Columbia, which would lead to the urbanization and development of the Canadian and Alaskan region so the United States; France establishes the colony of Singapore southeast of the Malay States, using it as a fuel station for ships; the United States takes over Midway Island; the discovery of mineral and gemstone riches in the Congo and South Africa leads to full-scale colonization of those reasons by France in the Congo and Britain in South Africa; Nicholas orders to genocide of Muslims who revolt against Russia, but orders not to hurt those who promise to convert to Christianity, causing the Great Pogrom, a mass-scale persecution of Muslims
  • 1868: United States begins its pursuit against white-supremicist groups such as the Ku Klax Klan in the South, who they see as a threat to American security and freedom; due to the chaos in war-torn China, Tibet declares independence without an incident, which was supported by France, but opposed by Britain and Russia, who refuse to recognize its independence; disputes with the Borneo Boers and the French in the East Indies lead to the Borneo War; an era known as the West-to-East African Mission begins, when France colonizes and takes over West and East Africa; the West-to-East African Mission pressures America to ask France to not annex the state, which they accept; Muslims declare Russia an "enemy of Islam" for their persecution of Muslims in Islam's birthplace, burning Russian flags, while in some places like Yugoslavia, celebrations occur as demonstrators shout out "Death to Islam", the events would spark decades opf religious conflict between Christians and Muslims, with Muslims suffering the most of it
  • 1869: The Transcontinetal Railroad, which spans from New York to Portland, is completed; most of the Borneo Boers are subdued in every battle, forcing thousands to flee to British Sarawak; inspired by France's colonial successes, the Mughal Empire becomes imperialistic, hoping to put the whole Indian subcontinent under her rule; a pro-Qing coup occurs in Xining (the new capital of China), however, with the support of the Russians, it is put down, yet it begins to erode stability in the rump state of China; the whole West African coast his now officially French; the Congo continues to be settled by the French; the OTL area of Angola, Mocambique, and South Africa are know British-settled; desiring to unite Mexico and Brazil, France declares war on Gran Colombia, with Argentina and Peru coming in to Gran Colombia's aid (and in secret, Britain sends limited assistence) starting the South American War
  • 1870: The Confederacy is officially "dissolved" as all of the states are readmitted into the United States; the Mughal Empire begins to invade the kingdom of Pashtunistan, but signs a non-aggression pact with Persia to prevent it from interfering; America begins to establish a colony in northern New Guinea, called Portcoast, leading to American colonization of the island; Greece and France declare war on Ethiopia, with Greece aiming to conquer all of Somalia while France hopes to make Ethiopia a colony; the Borneo Boers sue for peace and sign the Treaty of Jakarta with France, which forces them to be annexed under French rule, with many Borneo Boers fleeing to Australia or British Sarawak; growing French expansion into Africa causes the Boer South African states to ask Britain to be annexed, in which they accept; territorial disputes with the British and the Zulus lead to the Anglo-Zulu War
  • 1871: The Mughal Empire continues to invade Pashtunistan with French help; Ethiopia begins to succumb to the French and Greek invaders; with the help of the French, Yugoslavia begins to build the Yugoslavian Wall, a military man-made barrier built in the Russo-Yugoslavian border to defend it against a possible Russian invasion; Tibet and France sign the secrety Treaty of Lhasa, which provides military and economic aid to Tibet to defend itself from China and Russia; a new American settlement in New Guinea is established, named Port Washington in the site of OTL Port Moresby; the discovery of oil in the Congo and Western Africa leads to the economic development of the French colonies, while more and more French people begin to move to the colonies; France declares war on Sokoto after territorial disputes starting to Sokoto War
  • 1872: Pashtunistan is now officially Mughal, as the government agrees to be annexed; Ethiopia surrenders and is annexed into Greece entirely (France did not want any claims since both countries are Orthodox Christian); Greece begins the invasion of the remaining Somalian lands to complete unifying it under Greek rule; Yellowstone is established as the world's first national park; the West African and Sudan regions are now officially French; Rhodesia is formed in the OTL area of Zambia and Zimbabwe, settled by the British, with OTl area of Botswana and the whole OTl area of South Africa now British-settled, as the Zulus officially surrender; thanks to technological superiority and despite certain geographical disadvantages, France manages to seize the southern half of Sokoto
  • 1873: Somalia is officially under Greek rule, with France giving it Somalian lands in French Kenya, therefor giving Greece control of Somalia; the Portuguese Unification Movement begins in Lisbon, whose followers call for the unification for Alentejo and Portugal into one nation, yet Napoleon III disapproves the movement, with Britain and Russia supporting it; the OTL area of Zaire is officially French; Sokoto is forced to surrender, which is annexed into France
  • 1874: Napoleon III enacts the Conversion Act, which allows French missionaries to convert non-Christian natives into Roman Catholicism, much to the delight of the Roman Catholic Church, causing Christianity to spread in French colonies in Africa and Asia; the Portuguese Unification Movement burns French flags in a demonstration in Lisbon, forcing France to threaten Alentejo and Portugal to ban the movement or else they will suffer an invasion, while Britain and Russia back the demonstrators; Napoleon III enacts the Napoleonople Act, which begins the construction of new, orderly planned cities across the empire
  • 1875: Napoleon III enacts the Latin American Act, most of French New Mexico, California, and Patagonia is settled, allowing them to be annexed into French New Spain and French Rio de la Plata (only for Patagonia); the US government signs an agreement with the Papuan tribes in the reaty of Port Washington, which officially incorporates New Guinea into the United States, yet the natives can keep most of their land while a third of it went to the settlers; the Black Hills War begins between the Americans and the Sioux once again
  • 1876: In the Battle of Little Bighorn, was an astounding victory for the Sioux, one of the most epic moments in American history; Albania and Yugoslavia argue over the ownership of Kosovo, which is Albanian and wants to join Albania, yet Yugoslavia refuses this, despite international pressure; the United States celebrates its centennial; the OTL area of Tanzania is now British settled with the area of Rwanda and Burundi also French-settled, leaving Africa now under foreign domination (France, Britain, and Greece); the Statue of Liberty, a soon-to-be famous monument of the United States, is officially approved by the American government
  • 1877: The Wounded Knew Massacre marks the end of the American-Sioux War, with the Sioux the big loser, forced to seceed a large amount of Indian lands to America; despite international pressure not to do so, Yugoslavia declares war on Albania, sparking the Albanian War, with Turkey supporting the Albanians and the Greeks supporting the Yugoslavians; the pieces of the Statue of Liberty have started to be made in France
  • 1878: The Trans-Siberian Railroad System begins building; thanks to French military superiority, easterm peru and southern Gran Colombia are occupied by the French; the Ottomans siege Constantinople to undermine Greek effort in the Albanian War, but thanks to reinforcements from Yugoslavia which arrived there before the battle even began, the Turks are forced to retreat; Albania sues for peace, which is annexed into Yugoslavia, while Turkey, for their involvement in the war, is forced to sign the treaty of Constantinople, with the terms are:
  1. Its army will be reduced to 50,000 soldiers
  2. It cannot have a military navy or an air force
  3. It must pay 50 million drachma to Greece
  • 1879: Thomas Edison officially invents the first light bulb, which causes a technological revolution that makes electricity the newest and one of the most reliable technologies in the world; France suffers resistence around the mountains at Gran Colombia and Peru, making advancement difficult; Napoleon III is assassinated by British industrial worker Richard Jackson, causing tensions between Britain and France, yet the British arrest him by the time he comes back home; Napoleon IV becomes emperor, as a time of mourning for Napoleon III occurs all across the empire, while in Britain, it is just celebrations and French flag burning
  • 1880: France establishes a colony in Tahiti, which would lead to French dominance in Polynesia; Napoleon IV, who is more of a liberal than what most people expected, begins to establish reforms, including establishing social welfare programs for all people (especially the poor and elderly), decreased funding and the size of the secret police, and allows a certain degree of freedom of speech; Bogota is captured, spliting Gran Colombia east and west; the French manage to defeat enemy troops around the mountains
  • 1881: Britain establishes control of Fiji; the Madhist War occurs in the French Sudan; France establishes control of Easter Island, the Austral Islands, Mangareva, Tuamout Archipelago, Marquesas Islands, Society Islands, and Napoleon Islands (OTL Cook Islands); Americans begin to settle in Samoa; Hungary and France sign a secret pact the allows Hungary to receive military and economic aid; John Rockefeller is murdered by a Chicago socialist; due to war exhaustion, South America sues for peace, the Treaty of Rio de Janeiro is signed, the terms are:
  1. ​Gran Colombia and Peru are annexed by France
  2. Argentina must pay 25 million francs
  3. Chile is given to Argentina
  • 1882: In a historic move, Napoleon IV abolishes the Continental System, as it was established to develop the French economy, but now that is stronger than Britain's, it is no longer needed, although some politicians and businessman opposed this move; Napoleon IV allows other political parties in France to operate, ending the single-party state in France; Thomas Edison's establishment of the first electrical grid in Lower Manhattan starts the Age of Electricity; after several years of the crisis, Portugal and Alentejo agree to eliminate any chance of unification, much to the delight of France, but much to the dismay of Russia and Britain, and much to the anger of the Portuguese Unification Movement
  • 1883: The Latin Railroad finishes constructing, making it the world's largest railroad system, but due to the naming controversy, it is renamed the French Colombian Railroad; Portuguese Unification Movement protestors clash with police in Lisbon, Almada, Setubai, and Porto, angry at the Portuguese and Alentejo governments for backing down on unification; the first electric generators in Europe is established in Paris, London, Milan, and Berlin; construction begins on the French Imperial Tower in Paris;
  • 1884: A revolution begins in Turkey, where millions of Turks, dissatisfied about their conditions, depose the 585-year old empire at its capital in Ankara, the Turkish Royal Family is captured and executed by the people, while a provisional government is established, however, the revolutionaries are divided into three factions: Islamic Communists, pro-western liberals, and Islamic fundamentalists, their differences sparked the Anarchy of Turkey, where Turkey is torn apart by these factions while France and Russia begin to seize their land to their advantage; Sudanese rebels begin to Siege of Khartoum, where the French Foreign Legion and Sudanese rebels clash in one of the bloodiest moments in French history, though in the end, the rebels lose
  • 1885: The Mormons establish the State of Mormon in OTL Alberta, however, American pioneers refuse the recognize the state and begin raids in the region, causing anarchy; Russia establishes control of the Black Sea region of Turkey, while France seizes the Mediterranean region of Turkey; Napoleon IV enacts the African Modernization Act, which enforces modernization and industrialization amongst French African colonies, much against the wishes of the natives; Napoleon IV and Rockefeller sign the Moluccas Accords, which allow American control of the Molucca Islands; the Women Suffrage Movement begin protests in Russia, France, Britain, and the United States, demanding more rights for women
  • 1886: The first modern Olympic Games begin in Athens, though it is more Christian influenced than OTL, nine nations from Britain, the United States, France, Russia, Greece, Yugoslavia, the Mughal Empire, Japan, Hungary, and Ireland compete in the games, with the French gaining the most medals in all the games; the Statue of Liberty pieces arrive in New York, with construction about to begin; the Southeastern Anatolian region is seized by Russia and added to Syria, with only Central and eastern Anatolian regions left of Turkey
  • 1887: Islamic terrorists assassinate Nicholas while riding in his carriage touring the city of Moscow, causing anti-Muslim pogroms throughout Russia; the discovery of mineral wealth and oil in Siberia lead to the Siberian Race, when numerous settlers begin moving to Siberia to dig up the valuable resources; the Russo-Japanese War begins after territorial disputes in the Seas of Japan and Okhostk, though the rest of the world remains neutral in the war; the Yellow River Floods in Japanese China cause up to deaths high as 900,000, which leads to Chinese discontent of Japanese rule in the region
  • 1888: Greece's offer to buy Mocambique from the British is turned down, because despite having little economic value, it is important to counter French influence in the Mocambique Channel; the Washington Archipelago (OTL Bismark Archipelago) is settled by Americans; the Solomon, Vanuatu, Santa Cruz, and New Graecia (OTL New Caledonia) Islands are settled by the Greeks; Napoleon IV agrees to sell Micronesia to Japan as long as Christian missionary work can be continued unharmed, which the Japanese shogun accepts; the Abushiri Revolt begins in Zanzibar, part of French Tanzania


  • 1889: The famed Coco-Cola Company is founded in Atlanta, Georgia; the Abushiri Revolt is put down; the Era of Strikes occurs across America, where trade unions and workers begin to protest harsh working and living conditions across the country, ranging from factory workers to miners, which are very small at first, but begin to increase in strength; Persia begins to invade Arabia to begin the unification of the Arab tribes, yet signs a non-aggression pact with France and Russia promising not to harm their holdings in Arabia; the French Imperial Tower is completed, though at first disliked, it is soon favored by the French people
  • 1890: The Wounded Knee Massacre deals the Sioux a great blow; Palestine has seen a massive influx of Christians and Jews into the country, which causes conflict between the immigrants and the native Arabs; most of the country is under the control of the Islamic Communist faction; women suffrage protests occur across the Western world, especially in America and France
  • 1891: Pope Leo XIII makes a historic visit to Palestine, praising the French for "liberating the land into rightful" hands; the Islamic Communist faction of the Turkish Anarchy takes full control of the country, who hopes to restore Turkey to its former glory, yet numerous countries do not recognize the new government; Thomas Edison produces the first kinetoscope.
  • 1892: Thomas Edison establishes General Electric, an electric company which would soon become one of the biggest corporations in the world; the last independent islands of Polynesia are now settled by France; Greece's request of buy Fiji from Britain is reluctantly approved, as after all, it is becoming useless for Britain since they have Australia; the Trans-Siberian Railroad System is completed.
  • 1893: Liliuokalani rebels against American influence, forcing U.S. Marines to put down the rebellion, leading to her deposition and the annexation of Hawaii into the United States; the Panic of 1893 begins when the New York Stock Exchange crashes; Thomas Edison invents the first motion picture; gold is discovered in Western Australia, increasing the importance of Britain's only Pacific colony; a shoot out between Tibetan and Chinese soldiers occurs at the border, nearly igniting war, but causes tensions between China and Tibet; France is the first country to let women vote.
  • 1894: East Turkestan separatists bomb Russian embassies in Urumqi, causing several deaths and many injured, many whom are Russians, this forces the Russian government to place troops in the region to find the terrorists responsible; Nicholas dies and is replaced by Alexander II, who unlike his father, embraces religious freedom, forcing the ban on all religious pogroms, ending the nightmarish era for Russian Muslims; Samoa is officially incorporated in the United States.
  • 1895: Kurds begin to rebel under Persian rule, causing the Kurdish Genocide, while Russia uses this as an excuse to invade Kurdistan, demanding Persia end the genocide or it will invade it, yet it absolutely refuses; border disputes between the Mughal Empire and Afghanistan lead to the Indo-Afghan War; Alfred Dreyfus, a French army officer, is convicted of treason after nearly assassinating Napoleon IV, who is stripped of his rank and sent to a prison in Sardinia; Willing Bryans enacts a series of reforms never seen in America since the Era of Strikes, which eliminates trusts, regulates the size of businesses, establish the Jennings Laws that protect peoples' health and safety, improve working conditions and health, and reveal the first time the corruption of the trusts, and despite pleads not to, the reforms are enacted
  • 1896: H.L. Smith takes the first X-Ray photograph with the X-Ray machine being shown to public the first time; the Anarchy in Desert ends after U.S. troops put it down, who force the Mormons to give up polygamy in exchange for amnesty; the northeastern United States is affected by an immense heat wave; the Molaccus are settled by the Americans; Khaua-Mbandjeru Rebellion occurs in British South Africa (where OTl Namibia is)
  • 1897: Most of Greek Somalia is cleansed of rebels, yet the Greeks begin the development of the impoverished region to gain support from the natives; Zionism is founded in the German Union, whose goal is to re-establish the Jewish homeland in Palestine, while this does receive support from Napoleon IV and Alexander II, they are very concerned on how the new state will be planned out; at least 10,000 Kurds are massacred by the Persians, causing Russia to declare war on Persia; Afghanistan surrenders, which is now incorporated into the Mughal Empire
  • 1898: Tensions between China and Tibet lead to the Qinghai War, with the Russians backing the Chinese and the Indians backing the Tibetans; Alentejo and Portugal are united by pro-Portuguese Unification Movement leaders, angering the French, who declare war on Portugal, causing Britain and Russia to do the same to France while Hungary, Greece, Ireland, Japan, Yugoslavia, and the Scandinavian Union do the same thing to Russia, causing the Second Great War; France organizes the Palestinian state to fit the Zionist and Arab demands: both Jews and Arabs (and to a degree Christians and Druzes) will cooperate together in the government, with a Jew holding governor and an Arab holding prime minister, and the two groups switch places every three years, Napoleon IV hopes that religious and ethnic tensions will not arise
  • 1899: The Madhist Rebellion ends; the United States once again declares neutrality from the war, yet both sides send ambassadors constantly to get the United States to join their side; the Second Great War causes the Latin American Independence Movement to emerge in French Latin America, who call for greater self-rule, France, who is powerless to make an action, agrees to the demand in exchange for their war effort, which both sides agree to; Russian troops seize vast amounts of land from Hungary and Yugoslavia, whose armies are outnumbered by the enormously populated Russians; the Irish fleet is sunk at the Battle of Campbelltown, who attempt a land invasion in Scotland; an attempted British invasion of Madagascar is crushed by the French fleet
  • 1900: French-Greek and British fleets collide in the Tasman Sea, with Britain to be the loser; the French introduce poison gas and tanks to the battlefield in Europe, giving them a great advantage over the Russian troops in the east; trench warfare is introduced; the British manage to land at Dublin after the Irish are defeated in the Battle of Dublin; the Moluccas are officially incorporated in the United States; East Turkestan separatists declare their independence from China, yet Russia counters this by using its troops to crush the movement; Transvaal and the Free Orange State declare war on Britain as an excuse to take land
  • 1901: The 20th Century officially begins, yet only celebrations occur in the United States, as most of the world is doing nothing but fighting; Indo-Persian armies force the Russians out of Kashmir; Tibetan armies force the Chinese away from the border; Portugal and Alentejo are officially occupied by the French, who begin a genocide over the Portuguese population, who flee to places like Brazil and the United States; the British are defeated in the French Congo border; the British in the Burmese-Thai border manage to force French troops to retreat; Muslims, Jews, and Christians riot in Jerusalem over religious ground issues, forcing troops to interfere, nearly destroying the city's valuable Christian cites, Napoleon IV divides the city into Christian, Muslim, and Jewish parts, while the Old City (the center of the city) becomes its own district, the Holy District, strictly divided into Jewish, Arab and Christian parts; William Bryans dies in a car accident in New York City; due to technological and number superiority, Britain crushes both South African nations; Africa, with the exception of most of the Sahara interior, is now colonized by Europe (with the exception of American Liberia)
  • 1902: Nepal and Bhutan agree to join the Tibetan side of the war, sending small armies to re-inforce the Tibetans in the border with China; the East Turkestan Movement is crushed, with most of the followers fleeing to the Mughal Empire and Tibet for safety; Victoria dies of old age, leaving Edward VII the heir to the British throne, but upon his coronation, he is murdered in a terrorist bombing by a French man, heightening the tensions between Britain and France, forcing George V to take his place; Kurdistan is now under the control of the Russians, who send humanitarian aid to the Kurds; Slavic areas of Hungary rebel against Hungarian rule, allowing Russia to annex them with little trouble
  • 1903: Napoleon IV enacts a very important law, the Act of Governance, which allow all French colonies to represent in the parliament, allowing to meet the demands of self-governance in French America; all of Arabia (except the areas under foreign control) are united under Persia, yet they face constant attacks from the Russians in the west, with France supporting it from the east; in a desperate need for money, France sells Guantanamo Bay to the United States as a naval base; due to a recent Herero and Namaqua Genocide, the rebellion in British South Africa ends
  • 1904: After a few years of planning, the construction for the Nicaragua and Panama Canals begin under the support, supervision, and the control of the Americans since France is too busy out fighting; Tibetan-Nepalese-Bhutanese-Indian troops retreat to Lhasa after a defeat in Xining; at least over 1 million Portuguese escaped their homeland into the United States and Britain; British troops control northeastern Ireland while they face heavy resistance from Irish guerrillas.
  • 1905: The Wright Brothers invent the first plane after their test at Kitty Hawk; the Maji-Maji rebellion occurs in French Tanzania; Outer Mongolia is now under the control of Russia, with China having control of Inner Mongolia; Finland is recaptured by the Russians from the Scandinavians; although against the wishes of the big business owners, reforms are passed similar to those in France and Britain, improving working and living conditions for all Americans; the Group of 10 led by Theodore Roosevelt release secret information to the public, revealing the corruption of the trusts and their control of the government, angering numerous Americans, this forces business leaders to confess to the public, leading to the establish of the Roosevelt Amendments (and other laws), which include:
    1. ​The right to have free, universal health care
    2. The right to have free, universal education
    3. The right to be provided employment
    4. The right to have a minimum wage
    5. The right to have adequate housing
    6. The right to have free social security
    7. The right to be protected from unfair competition and monopolies
    8. The right to have improved working and living safety
    9. The right to have adequate working conditions
    10. The right to establish trade unions
    11. The end of child labor
    12. The right to have an eight-hour minimum workday
  • 1906: Raids on Russian Anatolia by Turkish guerrillas force Russia to invade the impoverished country, with Ankara taken easily due to poor military skills and equipment, leading to the French conquest of the region, extinguishing the last Turkish region; most of the rebellion is greatly weakened, with most of the resistance in the southern part of the colony; most of Greece Anatolia is now under the control of Russia; soldiers clash at the Syrian-Palestinian border; a powerful earthquake strikes San Francisco, causing nightmarish destruction, with aid to rebuild the city coming worldwide, even countries at war; Russia manages to capture Naples, yet a volcanic eruption from Vesuvius destroys the Russian army there and forces a retreat
  • 1907: Polish rebels repulse Russian troops out of the region, finally declaring independence; the Maji-Maji Rebellion comes to an end; Chinese and Russian troops are forced to retreat from Lhasa; Hungary is overrun by Russian troops, who establish control over the country; Romanian rebels are crushed in Bucharest; the French close the Suez Canal to prevent anti-French coalition ships from passing through; Scandinavian troops land in the Baltic regions of Russia (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania).
  • 1908: The Russian siege of Tehran is repulsed thanks to French re-inforcements; the Tunguska Event occurs in Russia, when a mysterious explosion occurs in Eastern Siberia, though what it was is a mystery to this day; the Young Turks, a separatist terrorist group, emerges from Russian Anatolia, who wear down the Russian troops stationed there; London is captured by French troops, forcing the British to sue for peace; Irish troops seize many Celtic areas of Britain.
  • 1909: Tel Aviv is founded by Jewish settlers in Palestine; the British surrender demoralizes the anti-French coalition, forcing Russia to ask France for a truce, which it accepts; the Treaty of Paris is signed between France and the anti-French coalition, the terms are:
    1. ​Hungary, Finland, Greek Anatolia, British-controlled areas of Ireland, Russian-controlled areas of Yugoslavia, and Russian-Chinese controlled Japanese Mongolia are to be abandoned by the anti-French Coalition
    2. The coalition is to pay France 100 million Francs each as a punishment for the war
    3. Persia is forced to recognize Russian rule of Kurdistan
    4. Russian Syria and Arabia are handed over to Greece
    5. Britain must pay 150 million Irish punds to Ireland
    6. Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man, and Brest will be handed to Ireland
    7. Tibetan independence will be recognized
    8. Russia will respect Poland's independence
    9. Transvaal and the Free Orange State of annexed by Britain
    10. The British monarchy ends its reign
    11. Hungary and France will recognize Russia's control of former Slavic areas of Hungary
    12. Burma and Sarawak will be handed over to France
    13. Sri Lanka and all British-owned islands in the Indian Ocean will be given to Greece
    14. Russia and China have to pay 100 million yens each to Japan
    15. Mocambique will be given to Greece
    16. Portugal is officially part of the French Empire
    17. The Russian Baltic region of Estonia is officially Scandinavian
    18. Britain will be renamed England by the time the treaty is signed
  • 1910: Celebrations occur all over the French Empire, celebrating France's victory in the Second Great War, Napoleon IV is hailed as one of the most famous people in the country; the automobile becomes very popular worldwide, with nearly every person in their developed nation owns one, however, to control the issue of traffic, laws referring to speed limits, traffic and road signs, and driver licenses have been established; England faces an enormous debt crisis due to the war, stripped of nearly all of its overseas territories except those in the North Atlantic, Australia, Southern Africa, and New Zealand; Alexander II, shocked by the loss of the war, resigns in favor of Alexander III, who begins to transfer Russia from an autocratic semi-democratic constitutional monarchy into a parliamentary democracy, and also, to protect itself from French aggression, enacts the Second Alexander Plan, which promotes the building of barracks and military forts across the empire (especially at the borders), shipyards, factories to supply the military with military technology, and new settlements in Siberia to continue harnessing its natural resources; France faces several rebellions in its colonies in Asia and Africa in the Era of Rebellion, but they are put down, yet Napoleon IV encourages reforms to appease the people and economic development to supply France natural resources; China descends into chaos due to the high debt to pay for Japan, yet it is taken over by Russia to prevent a catastrophic collapse of the country; the Second Bolshevik Revolution occurs in Russia, this time centered around Siberia and the Caucasus
  • 1911: The long-lost Incan city of Machu Picchu in the Andes is discovered by Hiram Bingham; Albert Einstein establishes the French Science Committee, who becomes the head of the organization, and would soon become one of the best minds of France; the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire occurs in New York, with the factory owners imprisoned for life for failure to meet the safety demands; the famed Mona Lisa painting is stolen from the Louvre, causing nationwide panic until the thief was captured; International Women's Day celebrates its founding; the 1911 French Census reports that 65% of all French Africans are Christian, mostly Catholicism; the Race to the South Pole begins between Amundsen of Scandinavia and Robert Scott of England, in which Amundsen wins the race, yet Robert dies doing so; after difficulties, the Second Bolshevik Revolution is put down
  • 1912: The Roaring Reign begins in France due to economic prosperity, a great Classical and Renaissance cultural revival, and the advancement on technology, which spreads to Hungary, Scandinavia, Ireland, Japan, Greece, Yugoslavia, and the United States, while in Russia and England, the Great Misfortune occurs due to their defeat in the Second Great War; Napoleon IV dies of old age, leaving Napoleon V to the throne; one of the first acts of Napoleon V is the meeting with the French Science Committee leader Albert Einstein, and his team: Marie Curie, Henri Recquerel, Pierre Curie, and Rutherford, who claim they might have discovered nuclear fission, while Napoleon V helps fund their research; the English liner Titanic sinks in the Atlantic Ocean after an iceberg scrapes it, as one of the biggest disasters in the history of the early 20th century.
  • 1913: Rebellions in Southeast Asia occur by anti-French groups, causing Napoleon V to send troops to the region to put it down; the discovery of oil in the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, the East Indies, and Somalia marks a new era for prosperity for the region, as it is now a major source of world oil; Napoleon V begins the "restoring" of the ancient monuments of Rome from the ancient Roman Empire, which provokes controversy as construction workers would wreck valuable history, though it is agreed upon that certain monuments will be "restored"
  • 1914: Greece, France, Yugoslavia, Scandinavia, and Hungary begin the building of the European Road, a highway system that touches every part of Continental Europe except Russia; the Panama and Nicaragua Canals are open in Mexico, however, technically, American controls the canals since they built it; Mongolian rebels in Japan secretly funded by Russian bomb governmental buildings in Ulaan Batar, forcing Japan to send military troops to Mongolia to put down the uprising; Japan agrees to let Christian missionaries into the country, though the can not convert native Japanese people into Christians; all of Africa is now ruled by foreign powers
  • 1915: Albanians revolt against Yugoslavian rule in the region, which was met by a harsh response, with poison gas poured into Albanian cities, mosques being torn down, and Albanian Christians funded by the Yugoslavians to attack the Muslim Albanians, causing anti-Christian sentiment in Albania; locusts plague Palestine, causing a famine in the region, forcing France and other Christians to deploy humanitarian aid to save the "Holy Land" from starvation; the construction of the Lincoln Memorial begins; Pluto is discovered, though not at that time known as a planet
  • 1916: Zeppelins become a popular form of transport for people in Europe and America, while airplanes are becoming more and more improved to the point they can be reliable to all militaries; Ireland establishes a government system nicknamed the "Celtic System", which allows all Celtic peoples to be represented in the government, while the original native languages of Scotland and Wales will be taught in schools and ban the teaching of English, which is seen as "evil" by the government; Greece allows the United States to establish naval bases in certain islands of the Greek Pacific
  • 1917: The French Petroleum and Natural Gas Company (FPNG) as one of the world's largest oil corporations; a church in Hanoi, French Indochina is bombed by Vietnamese separatists, forcing France to send troops to protect Christians in French Indochina; Ireland officially becomes the Celtic Union, made up of all Celtic states except Brittany, which is French; the Panamanian and Nicaragua Canals Department is established by the United States government
  • 1918: Hunger strikes occur all over England, due to the fact most of the country's food supply was drained by the Second Great War, the government wanted to feed its people but does not have enough; Russia and Persia once again clash over border disputes, forcing Russia to declare war on Persia; at least five million Portuguese fled to the United States, Greece, Russia, and Scandinavia
  • 1919: Greece agrees to sell its Indian Ocean islands (except Sri Lanka and the Seychelles) to Scandinavia; over a million Albanians have fled to Russia, where it is considered a safe haven; socialists revolt in England to make reforms, however, it quickly turns into a riot, forcing the police to shoot them, causing declining stability in the country; some Englishmen begin immigrating to America due to the situation in their homeland; the Prohibition begins in the United States when all alcoholic drinks (except wine) are banned in the United States, which although it reduces the problem with drunkards, it actually caused more problems, especially the fact it is difficult to enforce.
  • 1920: The wealth from oil allows France to establish new settlements in West Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, with plans to diversify the economy since the oil prosperity will sooner or later end; Somalia becomes more and more industrialized and urbanized under Greek control; a Christian mob attacks several people worshiping in a mosque in Damascus, leading to city-wide riots over Christians and Muslims; hyperinflation occurs in England, while sees that as an excuse to avoid paying war reparations; France establishes the Arctic and Antarctic Exploration Organization, destined to study the polar regions
  • 1921: Persia sues for peace after the war, forcing to give up Mesopotamia and Arabia to Russia and pay 60 million rubles, while Russian oil companies begin to invest in the region; socialists from England bomb the Trocadero near the French Imperial Tower, forcing France to threaten England that it will invade the country to stop the terrorists unless it makes an action; the Roman project is completed, with most ancient Roman ruins rebuilt and their original counterparts in a new museum; Samuel Bush is assassinated by an Englishman
  • 1922: A Christian convert in Baghdad is mauled by Muslim bullies in a nearby school, forcing the Mesopotamian government to send guards to Baghdad to protect the city's Christians; insulin is invented as a medicine for diabetes; the Lincoln Memorial is finished building, as a memorial to the president who saved the union at its darkest era; the African Railroad and Highway System begins building in French Africa, hoping to improve the transportation infrastructure and connect all regions
  • 1923: Hyperinflation in England reaches One USD=1,000,000,000,000 English pounds and is still growing; England agrees to crackdown on socialist terrorists; Russia's demands for the Mughals and Tibetans to turn in East Turkestan rebels is turned down, causing tensions between Russia and the two countries; the growing economic prosperity of the Roaring Era encourages Napoleon V to enact the Fifth Imperial Plan, which encourages the expansion of businesses, urbanization, industrialization, Europeanization, modernization, and infrastructure-building to French colonies, but three new, thicker, stronger barriers are built near the Russian border in French-allied states to prevent a Russian invasion; the Celtic Union and Scandinavia sign a trade agreement that puts economic sanctions on England, further worsening the situation
  • 1924: A pro-Russian terrorist group bombs French embassies in Scandinavia, Poland, Yugoslavia, Greece, and the United States, causing the worsening of relations between Russia and those countries, though Russia claims it never got involved in it; studies show that 61% of the population of the Arab world is now Christian due to French, Greek, and Russian influence; China sells East Turkestan to Russia for $500 million yuan due to the fact it can no longer maintain it; the United States passes the Highway Act, which encourages the building of the highway system across America to improve road infrastructure
  • 1925: Russia manages to get out of the Great Misfortune and into the Roaring Era, having finally secured a military victory since their defeat in the Second Great War; hyperinflation in England reaches one USD=100,000,000,000,000 English pounds, causing England to reach closer to anarchy; Mount Rushmore begins construction; double-decker buses are introduced to Paris; the Ku Klux Klan become one of the largest organizations in the United States, having control of most of the state governments of the South
  • 1926: Muslims in Russian and Greek Arabia rebel against Christian influence, which was met with a harsh military comeback, who automatically shoot the protestors, causing thousands of deaths; Alexander III enacts the Irrigation Act, which begins building irrigation systems in the arid regions of the Russian Empire; England splits into two due to the hyperinflation: North England and South England, with no nation to support its dying lifeblood; Mughal embassies in Tibet are bombed by pro-Chinese terrorists.
  • 1927: Independence movements begin in French Latin America, who consider themselves an independent nation rather than part of France despite the representation reform made by Napoleon IV, while Brazil calls to be separate from French Latin America if it were to gain independence and be a part of France, Napoleon V agreed to let French Latin America (excluding Brazil) independent on one condition: it will be a commonwealths under the French Empire, meaning that it have certain autonomous policies, yet the monarch and head of state will always be the French emperor, while French Caribbean possessions will continue to be a part of France, French Latin America becomes the country of Gran Hispaniola while French Brazil continues to be a part of France, Gran Hispaniola begin establishing ties with the United States; Oswald Mosley takes over Southern England in the military coup, promising to restore England to its glory; the European Rail and Road System is completed
  • 1928: Oswald's growing support in Northern England causes both halves of the country to unite, while he begins a military build-up, something France would not permit; Sardinia and Sicily, conquered in the past century, are now admitted into Italy; the Grand Canyon Dam begins constructing in the United States; pro-Mosley terrorists bomb French governmental buildings in Calais; most of the irrigation systems being built in Russia are completed in Russian Central Asia.


  • 1929: The Crashes of Paris, New York, Athens, Moscow, and Dublin begin the Great Depression, a worldwide economic crisis that deeply affected many countries worldwide, numerous banks fail worldwide, causing panic amongst the people; the Geneva Convention declares that biological weapons to be illegal in warfare; Saad Zaghloul of Egypt leads a peaceful, yet outstanding revolution across Egypt, demanding independence; color TVs are invented, and become a popular leisure to the people, yet the economic crash doesn't help the TVs make a success at all in the market.
  • 1930: Unemployment in Europe and America rises up to 10%; the economic situation allows Mosley to gain support from the people; many people in Germany and Italy led by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini rebel against French influence, blaming them for their economic problems, forcing Napoleon V to send troops to quell the rebellion; the Russian irrigation System is completed; the depression causes a massive drop in oil prices, causing most oil-producing areas to be hit by the economic crisis; the French government establishes the Imperial Dominion Act, which turns most of their colonies into autonomous dominions - meaning that they have full representation in the French government and can have certain rights of their own, but still French-ruled. This, however, does not satisfy the Egyptians, causing the French to deliver a harsh response by arresting protestors in order to quash the movement.
  • 1931: The Mughal Empire and Japan are hit by the economic crisis, while prime Minister Mohandas Gandhi begins the "Plan of Recovery", which begins the building and improving of infrastructure (roads, railroads, canals, dams, bridges, waterworks, pipelines, etc.) across the country to drop unemployment; the French Muslim Organization is established by France's Muslim Dominions, which aims at preserving religious harmony between the Muslim colonies and their Christian rulers; Saad is exiled by the French to Malta, yet this does nothing to stop the movement, meanwhile, the Zaghloul Party, a pro-independence Egyptian party, takes control of the Egyptian colonial parliament; Japan's shogun Hideki Tojo begins to build up the military and fortifications all around the Japanese-Russian and Japanese-Chinese borders, while it builds naval bases around the Japanese home islands, the plan is to increase the military and end unemployment temporarily; due to the Depression and the growing unpopularity of the Prohibition, the ban of alcohol is ended in the United States; the rebellions in Germany and Italy continue, as cities like Berlin and Rome become centers for rioters.
  • 1932: Napoleon V enacts the Sixth Imperial Plan, hoping to reduce unemployment by building and improving on infrastructure across the country and hopefully end the rebellion; Mosleyism (the ideology of Mosley which is like Fascism) spreads to many countries, which includes an anti-French message; due to the war across Europe, Napoleon realizes the country is in no position to demand from Egypt and agrees to allow Egypt to be independent as long as they support it in the war against Germany and Italy; Saad returns from exile after the compromise has been made; Alexander III enacts the Third Alexander Imperial Plan, which begins the building of roads in Siberia and the development of its natural resources, hoping to end the economic crisis; pro-French and anti-French supporters clash across Germany and Italy.
  • 1933: Mosleyists take over Japan, calling for the end of relations with France and the declaration of a Pacific empire; the English royal family is exiled to the United States, where they hope to hold out until the Mosleyists are deposed; the Golden gate Bridge in the United States begins constructing; Italian nuclear scientists declare loyalty to England as part of the anti-French faction in the Italian Riots; the fabled Loch Ness Monster is claimed to be seen at the Loch Ness lake in Scotland; all non-Mosleyist parties are banned in England; a Third Bolshevik Revolution occurs again, this time, centered only around the Caucasus, but is put down.
  • 1934: Hungary, Tibet, Persia, and Poland are taken over my Mosleyists, breaking all ties to the French sphere and begin building up their militaries; the New Deal is passed by Franklin Roosevelt, which is planned to help combat the Depression, with similar plans being enacted in Argentina and Brazil; the Organization of the Americas is established by Argentina, the United States, and Quebec, who want to cooperate to end the economic crisis; the threat of Mosleyism becomes evident after a failed coup in Moscow, which forces Russia to seek an alliance with France to end the Mosleyist threat, which France agrees so ; the Tennessee river Valley Authority is established by the New Deal, which controls the Tennessee Rivers and harness them for electricity, prevent floods, establish reservoirs, and provide jobs by building a series of dams and canals.
  • 1935: England, Hungary, Tibet, Japan, and Poland sign the Mosleyist Pact, which helps the nations work together to build up their militaries and aid each other; pro-Mosleyists begin appearing in Germany and Italy, all who want to end French influence in the region; Mosleyists Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini declare the independence of Germany and Italy, who join the Mosleist Pact; the Mosleyist Pact declares war on France and Russia, hoping to crush France and unite together to achieve world domination; Yugoslavia is taken over by Mosleyists, who also declare war on France and Russia while Argentina declare war on the Mosleyist Pact by giving limited aid to France.
  • 1936: France and Russia take a heavy toll on the war, struggling to defend their homeland from the powerful Mosleist Pact, the nuclear scientists in Germany flee to France, who declare loyalty in Napoleon V; Britain attacks French Africa from the South; horrified of the Mosleists, Thailand joins the war against them; Greece invades Yugoslavia while the Celtic Union declares war on England while China declares war on Tibet and Japan while Persia declares war on Russia, France, and the Mughal Empire; new breeds of tansk, airplanes, and guns are invented by Mosleist scientists, allowing them to have an advantage over the French and Russians, yet they still have better manpower; parts of Eastern Siberia are taken over by Japan; the Grand Canyon Dam is completed; the Grand Alliance is formed by all anti-Mosleyist nations involved in the Third Great War; a Mosleist rebellion occurs in Argentina, which although put down, manages to get Argentina fully more active into the war.
  • 1937: China is finally annihilated under Tibetan and Japanese rule; the Golden Gate Bridge is completed; Mosleyist Spanish and Portuguese separatists in France declare war on France, while independence rebels in French West Africa do the very same thing; Hungary and Poland are split in half under Russian control; Wales, Brest, and the Isle of Man are under English control; gas weapons are used against French troops in northern and eastern France; African rebels proclaim the Republic of the Congo with Mosleist support; Nepal and Bhutan join the Mughals in the war; British Burmese soldiers attack the Mughals and the Thais.
  • 1938: Hungary and Poland are now under the rule of the Russians, while Scandinavia is torn by a civil war between Mosleists, who hold the majority of the country, the the Republicans, who have only the remainder, France and rRssia support the Republicans while Germany and England support the Mosleists; colonial rebellions in Western Africa are put down with help from Russian and Argentinian troops; Greece and Russia now control eastern and southern Yugoslavia; Azerbaijan is under Persian rule while northeastern Persia is under Russian control; parts of Northern India are bombed by Japanese planes; Nepal and Bhutan are overrun by the Japanese, causing the Mughals to panic.
  • 1939: Southern China is now under Japanese control; horrified by the events of the Third Great War, the United States send military aid to Russia, causing factories to roar to life and more workers to be hired, allowing the Great Depression to be ended once and for all; an attempted English invasion of Dublin is pushed back by the Irish; the Netherlands becomes a battlefield between French and German troops, while dikes are broken by the French to stall German advance; Alaska is conquered by the Japanese; the Republicans take over Stockholm with French help; Turks rebel against Russia will Mosleist support; Burma is now conquered by French Thai-Mughal forces.
  • 1940: Angered by American support, Japan bombs Port Washington, Portland, Pearl harbor, and numerous naval bases in the Pacific, leading to America declaring war on the Mosleist Pact; from Japanese-controlled Siberia and Alaska, the Japanese invade the northwestern United States; Napoleon V and Alexander III thank the Americans for their support, as this would lead the turn of the tide of the war in favor of the Entente; Albert Einstein and his team may have discovered a possible new weapon, which is being researched and studied in Paris, New York, and Moscow; with American help, Persian forces are pushed out of the Mughal Empire; Norway is ravaged by aerial bombings from Russian warplanes; Bhutan and Nepal are liberated.
  • 1941: The famed D-Day Invasion of northwestern Germany begins; the Republic of the Congo is now taken back into the French Empire, while numerous colonial rebellions in Africa are severely put down; Spanish and Portuguese rebels finally meet their demise in the battle of Madrid, ending their existence once and for all; Japan retreats from Siberia due to the Russian advance; English bombers pour poison gas on New York City, causing millions of deaths; Wales, the Isle of Man, and Brest are taken back by the Irish; the Mosleists of Scandinavia surrender, allowing the Republicans to unite all of Scandinavia.
  • 1942: Pro-French rebels in Germany and Italy take over northern Italy and southern Germany; Persia is finally overrun by Russia; Napoleon V, Alexander III, and Roosevelt meet in Atlanta, Georgia, where they discuss future war plans and post-war plans, though the French do strike disagreements with the Russians and Americans; Yugoslavia now only consists of Serbia and Bosnia; Russian-Mughal-Chinese rebels finally subdue the Tibetans, eliminating the Mosleist government and resorting the Daila Lama, while the Race to Japan begins; Mosley is assassinated in London by American spies, which would lead to the demoralization of the Mosleist Pact and a victory for the Entente; the Turkish rebellion is now put down; people in British colonies rebel against Mosleist rule knowing that the war was already lost for them.
  • 1943: Pro-French German and Italian rebels overthrow the governments of Berlin and Rome with popular support (when they realized they were losing), allowing them to rejoin France once again; Yugoslavia sues for peace; and is given back its original territory, yet it will be under Greek and Russian occupied zones; England is now subdued by French, American, and Russian troops, with only Japan left to go.
  • 1944: The atomic bomb is now invented, yet it is a controversy by the Entente whether to use it, but in the end they do; four atomic bombs are dropped in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Tokyo, and Yokohama, forcing Japan to surrender; V-Day is celebrated all over the Entente countries, who ended the greatest conflict in the world that ever existed; rebuilding in Europe, Asia, and Africa begins, while the Treaty of Washington D.C. is signed by Japan, Scandinavia, and the Entente nations, whose terms include:
  1. ​Rebuilding will be funded by all nations to repair the war-torn regions of the world and help return to normalcy
  2. China will be put back together as one nation, with the Japanese, Russian, and French parts now making up China, though the Guangzhou River Delta Region will still be under French control
  3. Japan's military and navy will be limited to 100,000 men and 20 warships
  4. Poland, Persia and Hungary will be under Russian military occupation
  5. After the occupation of Persia, a new moderate pro-western Muslim state will be established from the Arabian Peninsula and Persia
  6. England's remaining overseas possessions will go to the United States (English northern Atlantic possessions) and Thailand (Burma), while English South Africa, Kenya, and Australasia will be released as new independent nations, occupied by American forces
  7. England will be divided into three parts; Northern England (under Celtic-American influence), Central England (Russian influence), and Southern England (French influence)
  8. Germany and Italy will no longer be client states but rather part of France
  9. Japan will be under American and Russian occupation to rebuild the country and eliminate Mosleism
  10. Bhutan and Nepal are now independent nations
  11. Yugoslavia will be divided into Greek and Russian occupation zones
  12. Micronesia will be given to the United States
  13. London will be divided by American, Russian, French, Scandinavian, Greek, and Indian zones
  14. England will later have its sovereignty restored after the restoration
  15. Ireland will be able to keep its lost possessions
  16. Romania, Czechoslovakia, and Poland are under Russian occupation
  17. Hungary is under French and Russian occupation
  18. Mongolia is now independent
  19. Tibet will be under Indian military occupation
  20. A new, worldwide organization, called the International League, will be formed
  • 1945: The World Reconstruction begins around all areas in the world affected by the Third Global War; China is revived once again after years of foreign rule under a democratic government, which is under the process of rebuilding and modernization; Japan begins democracy, with the traditional system of Japanese way of life abolished to encourage more freer lives for the people; Egypt declares independence, which is automatically recognized by the international community; Germany and Italy are incorporated into France, while anti-French Germans and Italians are persecuted by their pro-French counterparts, which make up a majority in both countries (average of 72% each); America enters an age of prosperity, finally after the gruesome depression it suffered through, with the seeds of the new pop culture movement about to grow; people in former British colonies riot against their Scandinavian and Greek rulers, yet they are often repulsed, forcing them to migrate to other countries such as the United States; the former Entente nations and France disagree on numerous issues, yet France wants to control all of Europe, which is something the rest of the nations never agreed with, leading to the Cold War: France (and its colonial empire), Quebec, and every other European country except Russia and North England on one team (as the European Treaty Organization), while the United States, Russia, Argentina, China, Korea, and Japan on the other team (as the Washington Pact); Napoleon V of France, Franklin Roosevelt of the United States, Chiang Kai-Shek and Mao Zedong of China, Alexander III of Russia, Louis III of Greece, Akbar III of the Mughal Empire, Gustaf V of Scandinavia, and Patrick of the Celtic Union are hailed as heroes of the world, having defeated the evil force of Mosleism; Franklin Roosevelt dies due to polio; a new Palestinian state is proclaimed by Napoleon V; Mother Teresa begins preaching in the Mughal Empire, helping the poor, the sick, and the disabled, allowing Christianity to grow in the country
  • 1946: Greece and Russia hit a dispute over the occupation zones in Yugoslavia, with one wanting the other to withdraw, Alexander III passes away, with Catherine II empress of Russia; because of Quebec's pro French attitude, the border between that country and the United States in officially closed; a massive deportations of Cajouns and other French-Americans to Quebec occur due to distrust; pro-French and anti-French Germans and Italians clash in Hamburg and Milan, with the pro-French side gaining the advantage, forcing some anti-French Germans and Italians to flee to Russia and the United States; the Baby Boom begins in the United States as medical advances and the desire of large families causes a high birthrate; Catherine II enacts the Catherine Plan, that uses most of the soldiers from the Russian army to help build new cities across the country to support a growing population; Akbar II enacts the Akbar Plan, which starts the building of military buildings and military fortifications on the French Burma-Indian border to counter a possible French invasion; Napoleon V orders the detention of anti-French Germans and Italians into labor camps, who are released by brainwashing them into exchanging their loyalties to France; Greece suffers an independence rebellion in Greek Ethiosomalia
  • 1947: Chiang Kai-Shek enacts the Chinese Plan, which begins the rebuilding of the infrastructure, industries, and cities, modernization, and urbanization of the country in order to restore the impoverished, war-torn country; French nuclear secrets are stolen by the Rosenbergs, which are given to Russia and America, angering the French who have them executed; Emperor Showa of Japan enacts the Japanese Plan, which begins infrastructure building, economy rebuilding, develop democracy; and the elimnation of Moselist traces in Japan to rebuild his war-torn country; Argentina and the United States enact the Americas' Plan, which begins the building of military bases and fortifications in the Caribbean region and in their countries to counter French power there, and promote economic development; the Panama and Nicaugura Canals are officially closed to French (and French-allied) ships; realizing the harsh cost of protecting their colonies, Greece sells Mocambique to South Africa and grants Ethiosomalia independence due to economic problems, which is ruled under a pro-Western government
  • 1948: After a referendum, Korea declares independence from Japan as an independent nation; Greece cuts off all supplies and all supply routes (including water peipes and such) to American naval bases, forcing the Americans to use their navy to supply them; border disputes in China and French Southeast Asia lead to the Chinese War between the Washington Pact and the European Treaty Organization (ETO); Russia and France hit a dispute over the influence of Hungary, causing a strain in their relations; Japan hands China to Taiwan as it is rightly theirs; the United States, Russia, and their allies form the Washington Pact to counter growing French power, while Napoleon V begin integrating Spain into the empire from a client state into a province; the oil-producting regions of the Middle East, West Africa, North Africa, East Indies, Canada, Central Africa, and Central Asia begin to reach an era of prosperity, yet the Cold War means that all oil producing regions are under strict control, yet in the Middle East, its is one of the most militarized areas, where the Russian and French-Greek militaries standoff in the Persian Gulf; inspired by the Yugoslavian Movement, the Zapadslavian Movement (Zapadslavia is land of the western slavs in Serbian, Zapadni means western in Serbian)
  • 1949: The economies of Korea, Argentina, Japan, and China are the world's fastest growing economies, with Korea, China, and Japan recovering from the war in outstanding rates, while Argentina begins to become a major economic power alongside the United States, with new cities being founed all over Latin America; Japan legalizes Christian missionary work for all; because of their military superiority the French take parts of what used to be French China; the European Treaty Organization and the Washington Pact begin mass-producing nukes while security departments are being established and increase worldwide to prevent acts of terrorism or infiltrations; China, Korea, and Japan form the East Asian Economic Community to help rebuild their economies in the region together; Tibetan pro-Mosleist terrorists, bomb Chinese embassies in Japan, Korea, the Mughal Empire, and Russia, forcing China to send troops to Tibet to crackdown on the movement; the French sphere of London begins isolating the rest of the other London spheres, however, it is countered by the London Airlift, forcing Napoleon V to abandon the blockade; the Russian occupations of Hungary and Poland end, who side with the Russo-American side of the Cold War, but this was shortlived, as pro-French coups eventually establish French control over them
  • 1950: Napoleon V dies in his sleep as a famous, with a massive funeral in Paris in honor of their famed leader since Napoleon I, he is succeeded by Napoleon VI, who begins integrating Southern England into the French Empire, much against the wishes of the Washington Pact; German separatists begin bombing French governmental buildings in Berlin and Hamburg; the French lose Taiwan to the Washington Pact, yet they takes several parts of Southern China; rationing in most of the world has ended; Yugoslavian terrorists bomb Russian governmental buildings in Somalia; pro-French terrorists bomb a U.S. military base in Birmingham; the terrorists responsible for the bombing of Chinese embassies are arrested and jailed by the Chinese; the Suburb Age begins in the United States, Russia, France, and the rest of Europe (except England), when new settlements outside urban areas are built (which are known as suburbs), causing a shift of populations in many areas; the occupations of Japan and Yugoslavia end, while Yugoslavia chooses to be with the ETO, much against the wishes of America and Russia, who break all ties to the country; Russia officially creates the Federal Persian-Arabian Republic, made out of the Russian territories in the Arab Peninsula and Persia
  • 1951: Pro-French Hungarian and Polish terrorists bomb Russian Reconstructal buidings in Warsaw and Budapest; a huge surge of French troops force the Washington Pact out of French China, giving France control on some areas of China; the Caribbean War begins between the United States, Peru and Argentina against France after the USS Roosevelt is sunken by a French warship, with the United States attacking the Greater Antilles while Gran Hispaniola and Brazil attack the Lesser Antilles, while France attacks both of them at the Caribbean Sea and at South America; the so-called "Great Wall of Europe" is built after many years between the borders of Russia and Europe; southern England (except for most sections of London) is annexed into France; many parts of Southern USA, Eastern and Southern Mexico (a region of French Mexico that covers OTL Mexico except the Yucatan), the Caribbean, and French Brazilian-Argentinian border are ravaged by airplane strikes, causing mass evacuations
  • 1952: Akbar II of the Mughal Empire is assassinated by Tibetan Mosleist terrorists while visitng Kathmandu, leading Advika to be the country's newest emperor; France begins to hold on some areas of the Caribbean region, massacring any Americans they could find; the Washington Pact manages to take some provinces away from French China, but due to the war in the Caribbean, they are forced to limit theire military there; France and all of French-allied Europe sign the European Economic Act, established to promote economic development in all of Europe (and their overseas colonies); the Mau Mau Uprising in French Kenya leads to the Mau Mau Genocide, causing a massive drop of the Mau Mau population; American Guyana is overrun by French troops, facing heavy resistance from the Americans there; American rebels in French-held Miami assassinate Napoleon VI while visiting the city, forcing Louis XII to take the throne; the International League Headquarters opens in Washington D.C.
  • 1953: An earthquake hits the Ionian Islands in Greece, which also creates a tsunami, devastating thee northwestern part of the country; France manages to eliminate the Washington pact off of its Asian territories, yet the war ends with a cease-fire in the Treaty of Beijing, though it manages to keep the provinces Guangxi, and Gunagzhou, while Yunnan is giving to Thailand; Louis XII forms French Southeast Asia out of French Burma, French Malaya, and French Indochina; American troops manage to liberate the South from French control; the northern Andes become covered in bomb shells from short, yet deadly small groups of French air bombers; a moderate Islamic coup in Perso-Arabia deposes the pro-western government and establishes an moderate Islamic government
  • 1954: The Supreme Court declares the segregation of Southern Schools unconstitutional, leading to all schools in the region after the Brown v.s. Board Case, making it the first act of African American rights improvement in the South; Christian missionaries manage to gain converts from China, Korea, and Japan, as assitors of the rebuilding in Asia; the Treaty of Delhi resolves the territorial disputes between the Mughal Empire and Russia; President MacArthur makes a historic visit to Beijing, who begin to arrange the plan with President Yen of China about dealing with Tibetan separatists; Havana is bombed by American planes attempting to eliminate the colonial government there; Mexico City suffers a bombing attack from France; Korean President Kim-Jong visits Tokyo for the first time, who wants to bring Korea closer to Japan; the St. Lawrence Seaway begins construction in Quebec; Perso-Arabia sees Palestine as a "immoral dominion of Satan" for religious reasons and declares war on it to eliminate the state, begining the Palestinian War
  • 1955: Both sides of the Caribbean War agree to a truce, agreeing to return to pre-war borders; due to French control of the Caribbean, the Miami Canal begins constructing as a safe way for ships to get through without sailing in French waters; after Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat to a white man, she is arrested, yet the city's blacks (Montgomery), led by Martin Luther King Jr., begin protesting by boycotting bus rides; ICBMs are invented by the Russians, who turn them into weapons by attaching nuclear devices on it; Quebec and France sign the Treaty of Montreal, in which Quebec receives large amounts of French aid to defend themselves from a possible American invasion; the Suez Canal is closed to Russian and American ships as a response to the closure of the Panama and Nicauragua Canals to French ships, with all oil exports from French-controlled oil-producing areas being diverted from American and Russia, forcing them to turn to renewable energy sources and other oil reservations; Afghanistan, also a moderate Islamic state, joins Perso-Arabia's side, yet Western support for Palestine undermines the Islamic war effort
  • 1956: In Dubai, a Russian ship is put under arrest by the French Royal Navy, forcing Russia to guard the Persian Gulf to compete with French influence there, while it sends a squad of troops to rescue the ship, which succeeds; in Constantinople, a Russian suicide bomber damages governmental buildings; the construction of the new capital city of the Mughal Empire, New Delhi, begins, with its buildings filled with a mix of traditional and modern architectures; occupation of England ends, with Northern and Central England forming the newly independent state with Oxford as the capital; Arab tribes in Russian, Greek, and French Arabia rebel against religious discrimination and also for independence, forcing troops from all three colonies to be stationed in the region; the Montgomery Buss Boycott ends when the city government agreed to end the segregation of busses after seeing revenues drop; due to war fatigue, both sides of the war are forced to cease fighting
  • 1957: In Mecca and Medinia, Muslim crowds occupy the holy Islamic mosques, demanding Islamic law to be established, yet the government refuse and fires on the crowd; high Muslim persecution in the birthplace of Islam forces Muslims to escape to countries such as the American countries, the Mughal Empire, and England; the border disputes in England escalate, as England demands Southern England from the French; the French send the first satellite into space, named the Louis, causing the Russians and the Americans to develop their own space programs to catch up with the French; a school in Little Rock, Arkansas, is forcibly desegregated, yet due to a white mob, troops are deployed there to protect the black students, causing the desegregation of all schools in Arkansas; both Poland and Czechosloakia sign the Treaty of union, establishing the state of Zapadslavia, which is formed out of both countries
  • 1958: A church in Baghdad is blown up by a Muslim fundamentalist group; Pope Pius XII visits Mecca, making it the first Christian ever set foot in the city, who condemns the government for the massacre, which causes him to gain popularity amongst Muslims in the Arab World; the Russian Republic (now Russia's official name) establishes a series of "soviet republics", which are based on ethnicity, who have certain semi-autonomous powers (having control over their own domestic affairs, economy, presidents, and militias), yet Moscow has the power to unite them under one economy, one military, single legislature, currency, foreign affairs, and one leader, which is established in all areas except Poland, Hungary, and the Russian Middle East; Louis XII visits Marsellies, who plans to make it the capital of the French space industry
  • 1959: The St. Lawrence Seaway is finished building; Kurds demand autonomy from Russia, which is reluctantly accepted frm the government, making it the first "soviet republic" in the Middle East; the building of churches in Medina and Mecca at the holy cities of Islam are strongly opposed by Muslim rioters, who clash with Christians and police in the cities, yet the construction sites continue their work unhindered; the Third Temple of Jerusalem begins constructing, based on the plan of the original second one, though it is built on an artificial hill next to Temple Mount; a Mosleist crowd in Birmingham is crushed by the English military, who does not want it to turn to another revolution as before; the London Wall begins construction by Louis XII, ensuring that French London is kept away from outsiders; New Delhi is finished construction, allowing the government and people to move into the new buildings
  • 1960: Tibetan Mosleist terrorists bomb a part of northern Mount Everest, causing a massive avalanche that destroys hundreds of villages and hundreds of people, reducing the mountain's height to 28,607 feet; the Aswan High Dam begins construction in Egypt; the so-called "sit-in" protests begin in the Southern United States as part of the Civil Rights Movement; the Muslim fundamentalism gains support from most of the people in Perso-Arabia, who want to see the country return to its Islamic roots, much to the chagrin of the western powers; President MacArthur makes a historic meeting with Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who promises to make sure that blacks can achieve civil rights
  • 1961: Atfer French missiles have been deployed into the Caribbean islands, the United States responds by threatening war in what is known as the Caribbean Missile Crisis which nearly causes a nuclear war, yet it is put down when both sides begin negotiations; the discovery of oil reserves in Venezuela (covers OTL Venezuela, a region of French Colombia) causes the government to build a series of oil pipelines to transport oil to France and other allies; the United States receives large Muslim immigrant populations due to religious chaos in the Middle East, causing conflicts with whites in the country; architects begin to build the Church of Saint John in Damscus, where the older version of the church used to sit.
  • 1962: Perso-Arabia enacts the Arab City Buidling Act, which causes the building of new settlements in the country, with water coming in from underground strongly protected water pipes that allow water to be stored and used in water-saving ways; Pro-Islamic riots take place all across Perso-Arabia; Russia launches the Peter, a satelitte, while America launches the Washington, also a satelitte, making them the next nations to put a satelitte to space; more Muslims riot demanding Islamic rule in Mecca and Medina, yet governmental soldiers shoot the crowd, causing many dead, and the holy mosque in Mecca is damaged in the process; America's NSA (National Space Agency), France's NAO (National Astronomy Organization) and Russia's NSU (National Space Union) are established; while visiting Nepal, Kim Jong is injured by a Tibetan Mosleist gunman, yet he is captured before he can escape.
  • 1963: Japan's economy returns to its pre-war heights, while Korea and China continue to make economic successes after the disaster from the war; civil rights protestors and whites clash in Birmingham, causing numerous deaths, injuries, and damage; hundreds of thousands of blacks march to Washington D.C., who demand for the end of black discrimination in the South; a program of "land reclaiming", dam, dike, and levee building, and "underground cities" begins in the Netherlands and Belgium, where Louis XII hopes to claim land from the sea to support the growing population; a church in Riyadh is blown up by Islamic terrorists.
  • 1964: A recent poll indicates that 87% of Africans are now Christians due to European influence; the Floridan Canal is completed, allowing ships to get safe passage to the Atlantic Ocean without going through the French Caribbean; the pan-Balkanism movement begins in Belgrade, who call for the unification of Greece and Yugoslavia into the Balkan Republic, while its is supported by France, it unsurprisingly is opposed from Russia; President Truman enacts the Civil Rights Act, which ends all discrimination on blacks and other minorities, which is applied to the South (since the North was completely segregation-free), yet very diffcult to enforce, forcing the army to interfere; the Mughals grant the Kashmiris and Afganis autonomy after years of protest, yet they are not satisfied enough, due to the fact independence is now a major goal.
  • 1965: The Apollo Program is established by the NAO, who manage to get the first man into space ahead of France and Russia; England declares itself neutral from Cold War matters to prevent French aggression; poll taxes are banned in the United States, Truman meets with Civil Rights Movement leaders who plan the future for blacks in Southern U.S.A.; Russia threatens to intervene if Yugoslavia and Greece united, forcing both countries to denounce the movement to prevent Russian aggression; U.S. Navy captures a Swedish shop that crossed into New Guinea waters, forcing the Swedish Navy to apoligize and take back the ship in exchange; the Russians finally launch a man into space; blacks and white Civil Rights Movement supporters clash with whites in St. Augustine after Truman was raped and eventually killed by two Ku Klax Klan members in the city, damaging the peaceful portion of the movement; Central England declares its independence from England, which is pro-French, which starts the English War when the United States, Russia, China, Japan, Korea, the Mughal Empire, and Northern England invade Central England to prevent French domination in the region
  • 1966: The Tibetan Moslesit movement finally wanes due to great lack of support; Tibet finally can begin an era of recovery in order to rebuild the war-torn country; French-Burmese soldiers capture an Indian who accidentally crossed the border, yet he is returned after an apology from the border police; for the first time, China is now self-sufficient in food just like the rule of the dynasties; Muslim refugees and Christian whites clash in New York City and Boston; the Third Temple of Jerusalem finishes building, yet it is protested by many Muslims, but praised by the Jews; in a recent poll 96% of all Russian Central Asians, 94% of Russian Caucasians, and 84% of Russian Middle Easterners are Christians, while Islam is on the verge of declining; Persian separatists bomb a church in Tehran; things do not look well for the Coalition as the Celtic Nacy constantly raids supply ships to the Coalition Forces, while the English countryside is ravaged by war once again; Ethiopia undergoes a Christian fundamentalist revolution, who aim to make Ethiopia a Christian theocratic state
  • 1967: Russia and China sign the Russian-Chinese Partnership, which allows Russia to build oil pipelines from Siberia to China to develop its economy, though some Chinese oppose this, as they want the country to depend on other sources from China; the United States finally gets a man on the moon first, though France and Russia have also done the same thing at the very same moment, with France second and Russia third; Sweden begins the construction of the Oresundbrudge to connect Denmark with Sweden; the London Wall is completed, spliting London into two, much to the dismay of the city's people; the Celtic Union establishes relations with England for the first time since the Third Great War, much to the chagrin of both sides of the Cold War; the English Royal Family are captured by a pro-French mob in York despite the police's best efforts and are executed in Paris by the guillotine, while anti-war protests in the Coalition nations begin to mount on; Ehtiopia is deposed of the pro-Western government and is placed by a Christian theocracy, which begins persecutions of Somalian Muslims, beginign the Somalian Rebellion.

1967-Present Day

  • 1968: Martin Luther King Jr. avoids an assassination attempt while in Memphis, Tenessee, yet the news causes riots all over the Southern cities; white South Africans protest Greek supremacy in the government, which is brutally halted by the military; President Truman enacts the Muslim Protection Act, which helps provide Muslims equal rights as whites and blacks; th Ethiopian military and the Somalian rebels both suffer major damage in the war, ravaging the southern part of the country; many Southern states have now been desegregating except South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and North Carolina; the first urban vertical farm is built in Paris, a striking achievement in architectural and urban history; a referendum in Alaska for independence reveals 87% want it, thus leading to Alaska's independence; India is forced to give Kashmir and Afghanistan independence, forming the Kingdom of Afghanistan, but this causes Pashtunistan and Baluchistan to join the kingdom, but due to high cost of maintaining control, India has no choice by to accept this; Pope Paul VI condemns birth control after it was legalized in the United States; American planes bomb Birmingham in what would become the Birmingham Massacre, as million perish in the bombing, causing even more anti-war discontent at home; the World Trade Center, a tall, enormous skyscraper complex in New York City, begins construction; millions of Christians in Persia-Arabia are slaughtered or evicted out of the country under the rule of Bin Laden, causing many western nations to distance themselves fromm the country, and due to pro-western feeling for the pro-western caliphate, every western embassy in held under hostage.
  • 1969: Due to the success of the moon landing, the NATO begins launching several new satelittes into the space zone, while France and Russia do the same; all cities and states in the South have officially desegregated, with the blacks and anti-segregationists finally achieving their goal they had waited for for many years; Santa Barbara suffers an oil spill a size not seen by the nation; pro-Islamic riots occur across Perso-Arabia, while many rioters attack the country's Christians, especially in Persia, but this also causes a crisis in the oil markets; due to a blockade by the Swedish navy and clearly the fact the Russians can't find an easier path, Russia is forced to take its troops back home, yet it will continue the war effort by sending in weapons and military supplies; Steve Jobs and his team make the world's first computer, causing a revolution in the world of technology; Afghanistan's government is deposed under at Islamic fundamentalist coup led by the military; a pro-Muslim coup led by Osama Bin Laden deposes the original Persian-Arabian government and declares the country an Islamic Caliphate, forcing the Russians to end the Persian Oil Crisis by allowing to demilitarize the Persian Gulf to all nations.
  • 1970: The Aswan Dam finishes construction, with plans to build even a greater project known as the New Nile Project, which would create a new river and fill up the Qattara Depression with water; Alexander II of Greece visits Tokyo, who meets with the prime minister; the Union of Asia Constitution is drawn up in Tokyo, where the nations of Korea, Japan, and China hope to get all Asian nations to economically and politically co-operate; all of America's Pacific territories are now considered states, yet they are highly protected due to the presence of the French and her allies in the region; Chinese-Japanese-Korean troops attempt to invade Birmingham, yet are turned back due to lack of supplies; the Chicago Tower begins construction; Project Great Dragon in China and Project Smiling Buddha in the Mughal Empire are established, whose goal is to develop nuclear weapons.
  • 1971: The Yom Kimpur War is declared by Perso-Arabia and Afghanistan; China, Japan, and Korea together establish the Asian Cooperation League, which helps promote economic prosperity and growth in the continent; many Russian-held areas in the northern Middle East are now soviet republics; the Sahara Drug Trade is established by crime lords in the region, which to this day remains a major problem as most of the drugs get sold worldwide, while France struggles to end the "criminal rebellion"; the Qattara Project begins; the anti-war protests and the growing cost of the war forces the Coalition with the two Englands and France and her allies to declare a cease-fire in the Peace of Birmingham; the Church of Saint Paul in Damascus is completed, which looks similar to the St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome.
  • 1972: The Somalian Rebellion officially evolves into a civil war has Christian North and Muslim south fight for control; for religious differences, Palestine undergoes a civil war between Muslims against the Christians and Jews; Hindus in Afghanistan rebel against religious discrimination; Louis XII and President Joseph Kennedy sign the Nuclear Limitation Treaty, whcih bans all testing of nuclear weapons; Russia and France stand off in the Persian Gulf Crisis, which causes a massive raise oil prices all around the world, causing the Panic of 1972; inspired by the African-American Civil Rights Movement, South African blacks begin protesting for the same thing; Greece and Yugoslavia form the Balkan Union, with celebration going on around the cities.
  • 1973: Hindus and Muslims in northern India and Tibet clash in the cities due to events in the Middle East; Christians in Northern Iran begin a seapartist rebellion against the Islamic fundementalist state; English War ends when Central England takes over Northern England, much to the dismay of the former Coalition nations; the Amerindian Civil Rights Movement begins occupying areas in numerous cities in the Great Plains States; the Chicago Tower is finished construction; Greek Lebanon is officially incoperated into Balkania as as a province due to the large Greek and Greek-Arab populations there.
  • 1974: Somalian refugees in Kenya clash with Christians and Hindus in the country; Arabian students establish Al-Qaeda, an infamous internation terrorist-criminal group that still exists today; the Fourth Bolshevik Revolution takes place in the Caucasus and the Ukraine, yet the extremly tyrannical measures established by the czar to put it down causes discontent against the government; fearing a possible western invasion, Bin Laden allows the release of the westerners from their hostaged embassies; after an anti-French protest in York, numerous Brits flee the country in the United States; both the Asian Union and the Mughal Empire finally detonate their nuclear bombs; Nepal and Bhutan request Tibet to join the country, which is accepted; Amerindians in the United States and police clash in numerous cities, such as Topeka, Helena, and Cheyenne.
  • 1975: French-Thai Buddhists in Bangkok stage a protest, demanding the end of religious discrimination, yet it is met harshly by the French Foreign Legion Military, however, Louis XII expresses great concern for the lack of religious freedom in the empire; due to religious conflicts in Africa and Asia, an uneasy ceasefire is implied into Palestine, ending the Yom Kimpur War, while Afghanistan and Iran put down the Hindu and Christian rebellions and unrest in India, Tibet, and Kenya die down; Saharan Criminals bomb governmental buildings in Timbuktu, forcing the French Foreign Legion Military to deploy troops to protect the city from separatists; American Muslims burn French, Balkan, and Russian Flags in Washington D.C., while the Americans praised the burning of French and Balkan Flags, many are angered of the burning of Russian Flags, while the American government condemns it (and of course France, the Balkan Union, and Russia); due to uprisings in Northern England, Louis XII declares a genocide of Brits, forcing even more to evacuate to the United States; the American government enacts the Native American Land Act, giving the Amerindians unused land surroudning their reservations; due to the suppression of freedoms during the Fourth Bolshevik Revolution, millions of Russians protest against the government, beginning the Russian Revolution; Nintendo revolutionizes the video gaming industry by releasing Super Mario Bros. for the NES; Louis XII declares the English Genocide on all Brits not loyal to the French, forcing millions to flee from Europe.
  • 1976: Indian Communists revolt in Delhi, forcing Akbar II to declare martial law in the city and massacre any Communists in the country, beginning the Red Mughal Terror; Louis XII is assassinated by a Northern English Brit while sleeping in the Birmingham Palace, causing Charles X to become French emperor; the English Genocide ends as Charles X has greatly condemned it; due to the high presence of French people in North Africa, it is now incorporated into France as provinces; Indian Communists and the army clash in Mumbai and Kolkatta; Catherine II is forced to abdicate the throne to Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin, who declares the Russian Republic; Apple Inc. is established by Steve Jobs and his team while Apple Computers become sold all across the world; the Internet, websites, CDs, and video game consoles for computers and televisions become greatly popular amongst many people.
  • 1977: Alexei's greatest achievement is revealed when he declares the end of racial discrimination to all non-Slavs and Muslims, ending the years of persecution and segregation the two groups suffered; three Christian churches in Cairo are bombed by Al-Qaeda, causing world awareness of the group; Al-Qaeda signs a deal with the Saharan Crime Lords, establising an unbreakable bond that will allow them to control the Saharan region from France and other Muslim areas; smallpox, polio, measles, and malaria are officially irradicated, making it a major victory in the history of medicine; Paul Allen (a member of Steve Job's team) founds his software company Microsoft, which will become on eof the biggest technological corporations in the United States.
  • 1978: Most Communist rebels in the Mughal Empire and irradicated from the country, yet extensive damage can be seen all over, but the government is too slow to respond, causing great discontent among the people; the Tiger's Age occurs in the Asian Union, when the country begins a period of rapid economic prosperity not seen since the World Reconstruction, allowing faster modernization and urbanization; Charles X enacts the Southeast Asian Act, which allows the laregly ignored region to be given economic aid and help eliminate religious discrimination amongst the people; England is granted independence by France, whom Charles X sees as more trouble trying to hold onto it.
  • 1979: The World Trade Center is finished with construction, making it a center for world finance and commerce; the military mutinies against the Mughal government, who join the rebellion, forcing Akbar III to abdicate the throne, allowing democracy to be established led by Indras Gandhi; Charles X begins integrating England into France as a province; Scandinavia, the Celtic Union, and the Balkan Union all outlaw the death penalty seeing that crime is very low (only in the colonies, this is an exception for the Balkan Union); Osama Bin Laden makes a speech, calling for Muslims and Arabs to rebel against European rule, yet this video is intercepted by the polices of those nations, yet the video was shown in the United States, Gran Hispaniola, Scandinavia, and the Asian Union; the Three Mile Island accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear plant occurs, though it is not as bad as many speculated it to be.
  • 1980: Charles X meets with President Prescott Bush, who hopes to end the Cold War and begin negotiations, which is celebrated by both sides, who finally can see an end to an era of tensions, fragile peace, and of course, any threat for a nuclear war; the Medina Church (which sits on the former site of the mosque) is destroyed by radical Islamist suicide terrorists, forcing the Balkan government to send more troops to the area; President Bill Gates is almost assassinated in Boston by two gunmen; for the first time since the Third Great War, Scandinavia and Russia re-establish diplomatic ties; demonstrations occur in both sides of the Cold War, who want to end the use and possession of nuclear weapons
  • 1981: The Protestant Irish Army develops in Northern Ireland, who seek independence from the Celtic Union, who begin their first act of terrorism by blowing up governmental buildings in Belfast, forcing the government to re-establish the death penalty there and begin a crackdown on the movement; an Al-Qaeda terrorist almost murders Pope John Paul II while giving a speech in Jerusalem; France, Russia, and America sign the first NWD (Nuclear Weapons Disposal) Treaty, which removes nuclear warheads up to 95%; AIDS is first identified in an impoverished region of French West Africa, which would soon be one of the most dangerous diseases in the world.
  • 1982: The fishing of whales is now banned by nearly every country except the Asian Union and Scandinavia; it is revealed that 76% of American households, 79% of French households, 71% of Russian households, 88% of Scandinavian households, 81% of Balkan households, 91% of Asian households, 77% of Indian households, and 80% of Hispaniolan households have computers; the English War Memorial begins construction in Washington D.C. despite criticism from the war veterans; the U.S. government turns down a law banning the death penalty despite protests; all nations of the Cold War (the United States, Gran Hispaniola, Russia, Asian Union, India, France, Greece, the Balkan Union, Scandinavia) meet in Geneva, with diplomats hoping to end all hostilities.
  • 1983: Charles X meets with Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev, who agree to end high military naval presence in the Persian Gulf; Asiana Airlines Flight 87 is shot down in French-Indochinese, yet the military deeply apoligizes, saying it although it has violated airspace, they never knew it was a civilian plane; Prime Minister Arnold Schwarsenegger visits the United States, meeting with President Prescott Bush, who agree to end the targeting of nuclear warheads to each other nations; Al-Qaeda terrorisits hold 170 Christians in an Assyrian-Russian church hostage, and after 20 hours, the army storms the building, with 111 dead, including the 15 terrorists.
  • 1984: The Tamil Uprising begins in Northern Balkan Ceylon, forcing the Balkan army to deploy troops to the area, which would lead to violence in the island; the Indian Constitution is reformed, which allows more individual rights unlike the previous one, which only allowed limited rights; the first space colony is established on the Moon, though it is rather just a bunch of small space pods than a real mini-town; Hindi-Sikh riots in Punjab force the army to storm the Golden Temple, angering the SIkhs which begins the Sikh Uprising in the Punjab; the Shuttle Jupiter in France is launched into space, followed by the American Shuttle Atlantis and the Russian shuttle Alexander; an assassination attempt on Charles X by an Al-Qaeda terrorist is thwarted by the police.
  • 1985: The Qattara Depression begins to fill up with water; Al-Qaeda expands its influence to Russian Central Asia, where a small fraction of the remaining Muslims there join the group to perserve Islam in the region; President Donald Dewar of the Celtic Union is murdered by Protestant Irish Army terrorist John Hinckley, causing riots between Protestants and Catholics in Edinburgh and Dublin; the world reaches a population of 6 billion, with most of the population concentrated in Europe, Mexico, French Brazil, the eastern and western coasts of the United States, Western Russia, the Asian Union, Southeast Asia, India, and Central Africa; Greek Somalia is struck by a famine after wheat rust plagues the region, causing most of the world to send humanitarian aid to the region, though this does cause some Muslims in the region to join al-Qaeda.
  • 1986: The United States is struck by tragedy after United Airlines Flight 175 hits a helicoptor and crashes onto the bottom section of the North Tower of the World Trade Center, which falls and crashes onto the South Tower which later falls as well, causing a great calamity for the country, Osama Bin laden releases a message, confessing that the planes was hijacked, yet it never meant to hit the towers, stating it was to crash onto the plane Charles X was on while visiting Cuba, causing anger among Americans and causing riots between Muslims and Americans in cities across the East Coast; France begins the construction of the Channel Tunnel to connect French England with continental Europe; the Chernobyl disaster strikes the soviet republic of Ukraine, forcing the town of Chernobyl to be abandoned, causing a great health and environmental crisis in Eastern Europe.
  • 1987: The Qattara Project is compelted, making it one of the greatest feats of engineering; a hotel in Delhi is severely damaged by Sikh terrorists, forcing the Indian government tod eclare the Punjabi War to clean the region of any terrorists; Balkan governmental buildings in Colombo are damaged by Tamil terrorists, while in Jaffna, the Balkan army defeats Tamil separatists in the area; the English War Memorial is finally completed after years of construction; a design to rebuild the World Trade Center in the United States is chosen, this time, it will have safer supports, due to the weaknesses of the North Towers that cause it to collapse; President Jian Zemin of the Asian Union meets with Charles X, who agree that the Guangzhou River Delta will return to Asian rule in 1997.
  • 1988: Scandinavia, France, the Balkan Union, and Russian sign an agreement that eliminates militarized zones in all European seas; Al-Qaeda terrorists assassinate King Charles of Greece in Mogadishu; Paul Allen becomes the world's richest man due to his successes in the technological industry; some oil-producing parts of French West Africa are controlled by Al-Qaeda,who use the money they gain from the revenue to increase funding for the group; Greece ends the discrimination of Muslims inspired by the events in Russian years ago; Muslims and Christians clash at Temple Mount, causing damage to the Dome of the Rock, the Third Jersualem Temple, and the Al-Asqa Mosque.
  • 1989: Charles X enacts the Religious Freedom Act, ending the years of religious discrimination and segregation of non-Christian and non-Jewish religious groups; Charles X reforms the European administrative regions of France, which are reformed into Duchies, including the Duchy of France, Duchy of England, the Duchy of the Netherlands, the Duchy of Germany, the Duchy of Italy, the Duchy of Portugal, Duchy of Spain, and the Duchy of the Basque; the London Wall in French England is toppled down by joyous Londoners; Russia, France, Scandinavia, and the Balkan Union begin tearing down military barricades in the Russo-Franco-Balkan-Scandinavian borders.
  • 1990: Charles X and President Steve Wozniak declare the end of the Cold War, which is met with celebratios worldwide, reliefed that the greatest era of fear as finally ceased to exist; the Paris Pact is reformed into the European League, made up of the nations who made up the former Paris Pact, while the Washington Pact is reformed into the AAP (American, Asian and Pacific) League, made up of the nations of the former Washington Pact; Gran Hispaniola and France re-establish ties since the Cold War, with both countrie shoping to bring themselves closer economically and diplomatically; most of the Tamil rebels in Balkan Ceylon have been extingusihed, though there is great rebuilding needed to be done; most of the Protestaant Irish Army is eradicated in Northern Ireland, allowing death penalty to be abolished; Charles X enacts the Oil Development, which uses oil revenue to modernize, urbanize, and develop the oil proudicing regions within the French Empire, including French West Africa, French Congo, French Middle East, the French Southeast Asia, French North Africa, and French Brazil; former Indian president Indra Gandhi is assassinated by a Punjabi Sikh terrorist; Al Qaeda criminals claim that the central most part of Chinese Turkestan northern French North Africa, Darfur, and parts of Pashtunistan are now under al-Qaeda control
  • 1991: The International League's members meet in Geneva to discuss the issue of AIDS and what would is the best they can muster to stop or at least slow down the spread of the disease; the Shona Independence Movement arises from Southern Rhodesia, forcing South Africa to declare war to end the independence movement; Charlex X sends more troops to the Saharan region to take back control of some of the stolen oil fields from al-Qaeda; Charles X bans all alcohol in certain regions in the French-controlled Arab World; the French secret police is now disbanded by Charles X due to the lack of suspected governmental distrust over the years; Albanians once again rebel for independence as well as the Bosniaks, who had enough of the oppression, forcing the Balkan Union to declare war against the rebels by sending troops to the regions.
  • 1992: International League Secretary General Hu Jintao forms the UN Mandates, which establishes protected zones in certain areas where most needed; French Foreign Legion troops seize Darfur from Al-Qaeda, despite the bloodshed they endured; Sarajevo is overrun by Bosnian separatists by the Balkan military; Charles X begins a series of reforms in the country, begining with a certain degree of freedom of press and media as long as it is not against the government or the country; Falun Gong is founded in Hong Kong by Li Hongzhi; the euro currency becomes common in all European countries except Russia; a numerber of hurricanes smash the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico, including the United States, Gran Hispaniola, and the French Caribbean, causing a humanitarian crisis; Pope John Paul II declares that Galileo Galilei is confirmed innocent from heresy; Babri Masjid, a mosque in Ayodhya, India, is wrecked by a joint-force of Christians and Hindus, leading to the Mumbai riots; the Roman Catholic Church finally allows women to have positions in the church and the papacy; parts of South Africa are claimed by the rebels, mostly Afrikanner and English; Mogadishu faces siege from Somalian separatists, though it is repulsed in just a few minutes.
  • 1993: Inspired by the World Trade Center in the United States, many other countries, including Europe, Russia, India, Gran Hispaniola, and the Asian Union begin building their own World Trade Centers; ten car bombs kill hundreds and injure thousands in Mumbai by al-Qaeda as a response to the destruction of the mosque a year ago; the International League declares tuberculosis, chickenpox, yaws, yellow fever, and the flu to be eradicated, making it another achievement in medical history; a chlorea outbreak occurs in Eastern Bengal, forcing the Indian government to declare the region an emergency zone; African tribes in Rhodesia declare independence, forcing France to intervene and prevent their independence; Southern Somalia is claimed by Al-Qaeda and Somalian separatists; most of the Bosniaks and Albanians are eradicated by Balkan forces, who either died or fled to other countries.
  • 1994: The former nations of the Cold War agree to exhcnage imprisoned spies to their respectful countries; President William Perry announces his Modern Society Plan, hoping to reform the welfare system, reform of the health care system, the ban of certain types of guns, and decrease taxes on the poor; the Belgrade Plan is approved by the International League, which provides autonomy for all Albanians and Bosnians in the Balkan Union, allowing thousands of refugees to return; Al-Qaeda terrorists bomb IL buildings in Tunis; Charles XII declares the independence of the Vatican as a dominion of the empire; Gran Hispaniola returns to the Commonwealth status with the French Empire; pro-Al-Qaeda activists in Chechnya are dispersed by the Russian police, who do not want to risk any Al-Qaeda takeover of the region.
  • 1995: Al-Qaeda claims that some parts of the Muslim Caucasus region are now under Al-Qaeda control, forcing the Russian military to dispatch troops to end the criminal organization's influence there; bank failures to Athens cause the Panic of 1995; al-Qaeda seizes oil fields in parts of northern-central Algeria; French Palestine begins the building of new settlements in the northern and southern Negev (connected by water pipes obviously), parts of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the southern Jordan River region; the new World Trade Center in New York is completed, as an economic revival to lower Manhattan, but also a memorial for all the lost during 9/11; numerous Balkan generals and other leaders of the Bosnian and Albanian Genocide are tried by the International Supreme Court for crimes against humanity; after the American Nationalist and Democrat parties fail to reach a budget agreement, a governmental shutdown occurs for seven weeks until a compromise is made; th Copenhagen Protocol is established by all the world's nations, who plan to reduce emissions to slow climate change and global warming.
  • 1996: Indian troops are sent to Kashmir to prevent Al-Qaeda influence in the region; rumors spread across India that Sikh terrorist groups have made an alliance with Al-Qaeda, forcing India to once again send troops to the region; after the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo is damaged by Coptic Christian terrorists, riots occur between Christians and Muslims across Egypt, while European tourists are attacked by Muslims; parts of Balkan South Africa are liberated by the Balkan military from the South African Freedom Movement; Dolly the Sheep is the first animal to be cloned. However, it suffers health problems and dies months later; Al-Qaeda terrorists bomb governmental buildings in Kabul.
  • 1997: The French Guangzhou River Delta Region is returned to the Asian Union, which is met by joyful celebrations across the cities and towns in the region; for moral reasons, any funding for researching of human cloning (or any of it) is banned in the United States and France; the International League bans the use of all and nay chemical and biological weapons; NSU land probes on Mars, which manages to research what Mars is like; Princess Marie of France dies in a car accident in Paris; Christians and Muslims clash in Mumbai after a Christian woman was raped in the city; the famed Mother Teresa, a famed missionary and humanitarian, dies in Delhi; President Ramalinga Raju of India is murdered by a Sikh terrorist; the resistance in South Africa is put down by the Balkan military after a ceasefire between the two groups; th European Union manages to reach a deal for the economic crisis in the Balkan Union and to prevent it from spreading.
  • 1998: The Mindanao Freedom Movement, inspired by Al-Qaeda, is founded in the French East Indies, determined to gain independence from France, forcing the French Foreign Legion to send troops to the island to put down the rebellion; Muslims and Christians in Jakarta, with churches and mosques damaged, Bibles and Qu'rans burnt, and women from both sides rapped; on Good Friday, the Celtic Union agrees to give the Northern Irish Protestants semi-autonomy and amnesty for all separatists in exchange for ending their acts of terrorism in the country; euro coins and bills are now commonplace in the European Union; after India detonates a nuclear bomb as part of nuclear tests, the International League establishes economic sanctions around the country, forcing the government to get rid of the program; AIDS is now identified in all continents; at predicted by the first START Treaty, 95% of all nuclear weapons are officially dismantled; French embassies in Russia are damaged by Muslim terrorists.
  • 1999: Rumors of the Y2K computer virus with a potential to destroy civilization causes panic worldwide, forcing Internet and technological security to increase in the world; two Al-Qaeda terrorists bring down Pan Am flight 103 in Scotland, forcing an increase of airport secuirty with stricter laws; David Copeland is arrested by French police from mail bombings that killed 19 people, who were sent to ethnic minorities (Africans and Vietnamese); the European Police Agency is established as a crime-fighting force for all European countries (except Russia); the Balkan Union agrees to give; ExxonMobil, an American oil company, is now the world's largest corporation; Charles X is under fire after being invovled with a sex scandal with one of his servants, though this does little to ruin his reputation.
  • 2000: The third Millenium officially begins, with celebrations all over the world; the feared Y2K virus does not strike and appears to be a hoax; a telephone call from Osama Bin Laden to Muammar Qaddafi, an Al-Qaeda leader, is intercepted by FIU (French Intelligence Union), which was about a possible future terrorist attack against France; Apple Inc. is sued by the American government for unfair competition amongst its rivals; Pope John Paul II makes a confession in the Edict of Rome, telling that the Roman Catholic Church is apoligizing for all of its wrongdoing throughout the ages; an oil spill in the Niger River causes an ecological, health, economical, and humantarian crisis in French West Africa; the Milennium Summit is declared in Paris, where members discuss international goals that are to be reached; anti-globalization movements occur across Oslo and Copenhagen.
  • 2001: The Afghan military wreck the Buddhas of Bamiyan in India, seeing them as insulting to Islam, causing a huge uproar for Asia's Buddhists and riots in Muslim communities, while India establishes sanctions on the country for its actions; a foot-and-mouth outbreak from Cumbria, England spreads to most of Europe, damaging tourism and agriculture; Wikipedia, which would eventually become the world's biggest online encyclopedia, is launched; the ETO (European Treaty Organization) and the Washington Pact agree to release their imprisoned spies from the countries they were hailed in; despite best efforts, the Celtic Union declares bankruptcy, causing an economic crisis in Europe that eventually spreads across the world; the Hainan Island incident occurs, after Asiatic Airlines Flight 403 is accidiently shot over Hainan Island by French forces.
  • 2002: The Euro currency becomes the official currency for most of Europe except England and Russia; land disputes in the West Bank over land ownership lead to a series of riots by Jewish immigrants and Muslim inhabitants known as the Intifada; the International Space Station is established by France, Russia, America, and the Asian Union, in which parts of the station are built from their respective countries and then sent to space to be attached; Central Europe is ravaged by a series of floods, causing loss in life and billions of dollars in damage; southern Ethiopia undergoes an enormous drought and famine, causing an international humanitarian crisis; the Dot-com Bubble bursts, causing an economic crisis for many Internet-based companies for their first time.
  • 2003: England becomes the next European country to declare bankruptcy; environmentalists and developers clash over a controversial decision by the US President to open oil fields in Alberta; Europe suffers a series of heat waves connected to climate change; SARS first appears in northern China, making it the newest, yet a deadly disease in the 21st Century;
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