Treaty of Cardiff
This treaty hereby ends the Berlin-Danish War (1914) if signed by Berlin, Wales, France, and Denmark. Signing below means that you agree to all of the articles below.
Article 1 - The Berlin-Danish War (1914) has officially ended.
Article 2 - Acknowledgement that Berlin won the Berlin-Danish War (1914).
Article 3 - Denmark hereby gives all of the Danish-controlled German land of Schleswig-Holstein.
Article 4 - France hereby gives all the land of its traditionally German land to Berlin.
Article 5 - All signees of this treaty agree to a ten-year non-aggression pact in effect until 1926.
- His Majesty, King Alfred Yorkshire of Wales accepts these terms.
- Berlin hereby signs the treaty.
- Denmark signs.
- France signs.