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- On the 23 February the Military Council of Slavic Republicans declares the Republic of Serbia a independent nation. The Kaiser of Germany objects and states that the independence proclamation is in direct violation of the Serbian Annexation Agreement.
- President of the Republic of Serbia, Milanko Daljevic rejects the agreement as a discrimination and violation of slavic rights.
- The Imperial Germany Army march into outer Serbia and take its towns and villages and are met by factions of the Serbian Nationalist Movement.
- On the 25 February Tsar of Russia Mikal III promises resistance to any German invasion of Serbia.
- From the 25 February to the 16 March there is a political stalemate as the German Army continues to occupy northern Serbia. They also sign the Austrian-German Pact which units the armed forces of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire and the German Empire.
- On the 18 March the Central Forces began a rapid takeover of Serbia under Operation Blackpool. The White Army move a defensive force of 300,000 men into Serbia.
- By the 20 March the Central Forces are at the gates of Belgrade and are awaiting orders for there invasion of the city. Meanwhile the German Kaiser Günter Kreisel looks towards the Russian Empire.
- German Field Marshal Arnold Feinberg comes up with the Feinberg Plan a plan to launch a massive invasion of the Russian Empire and take Petrograd. The Kaiser is pleased and prepares for a massive invasion.
- Meanwhile Tsar Mikal III leaves only reserve forces on the Russian-German border. An invasion force of 5 million men are about to take place in the Feiberg Plan.
- On the 28 March the 1st Imperial German Army, 2nd Imperial German Army and the 8th Imperial German Army invade Russia as part of the Feinberg Plan. Only the Russian Royal Reserve were left to fight the heavily armed Imperial German Army.
- The invasion is a huge success and it directs up the Baltic coast of Russia. Mikal III does not expect the German Army to capture Petrograd but is very wrong.
- By the 12 April the Imperial German Army reach the city of Petrograd and overrun it. It takes only dive days for the city to be taken as reserve forces are diminished easily and Russian Forces are all located in Serbia and unable to help.
- On the 14 April Tsar Mikal III is executed and under General Runov Borisovich they surrendered there lands to the German Empire. This was a major win for the Germans.
- The Siege of Belgrade takes place as Serbian freedom fighters aided by defected Russian soldiers fight for the city. This is the start of a year and a half battle for one city.
- Germany turns to the Kingdom of Denmark in hope of creating a new nordic empire. This angers the Kingdom of France who order the Kaiser to back down with his plans of invasion.
- On the 23 March the Austrian-Hungarian Emperor Alfred II dies aged 73.
- On the 27 March Gunter Kreisel orders his Imperial Special Corps to occupy the Royal Palace of Vienna and arrest the Austro-Hungarian Royal Family as traitors to the Central Powers.
This is the start of the Tragic Peace a time during WWI when the Germans invade the Austro-Hungarians from the inside. Not much outer conflict is taking place
- On the 3 April Austro-Hungarian Royal Guards stage a rebellion in the Royal palace but are shot down. 120 men die in the fighting and 565 are arrested and executed.
- On the 5 April Kreisel issues the Edict of Union which proclaims the German Empire as the succeeding nation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The government of Austro-Hungary is abolished and is met by public outrage.
- On the 11 April 200,000 angry protesters are arrested in Budapest and sent to Danzig Detention Center.
- On the 13 April, another 35,000 protesters are arrested in Vienna and propaganda slowly changes the Austro-Hungarians in favour of the new Kaiser.
- On the 9 May the German Press Office issue a statement to the Queen of Denmark ordering she hand over resource rich borderlands. Matilde III refuses and begins mobilising her armies.
- On the 12 May after a stalemate the Imperial German Army executed Operation Norse-Viking a invasion to quickly overrun Denmark.
- On the 14 May the Royal French Guard arrive at the German border and begin their counter invasion in retaliation for the Invasion of Denmark.
- On the 18 May the Danish Royal Family flee to Sweden while Denmark is occupied by Germany. Administration is overseen by the Imperial Colonies Oversight Committee. German troops are relocated to western Germany to combat French
- By the 8 June a front line stretching from Stuttgart to Frankfurt. Soon these two major cities are occupied by French forces and this begins the Battle of Stuttgart and the Battle of Frankfurt.
- On the 17 September under General Fredriech von Stubendich the German armies regain the city of Stuttgart and begin planning a counter invasion.
- The Imperial Office for War begins the drawing of a counter invasion of France.
- On the 21 September the headquarters of administration in Serbia and Austria is bombed by protesters helped by Serbian republicans. The German army are sent into restore order but are met by heavy fire from Serbian nationalist groups and Hungarian nationalist groups.
- The invasion of France is posponed and France begin its next phase to destroy Germany. It signs the Treaty of Rotterdam with the Kingdom of Belgium.
- Under the Treaty of Rotterdam French troops are rushed to the Belgium-German border secretly as part of Operation Cologne.