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Finished: 09 PM Mon 01 May 17 UTC
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
11 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1901: In recent news, despite numerous attempts at diplomatic negotiation, all major great powers has began full military mobilization and a major war seems inevitable.
Brought to you be BBC European Broadcasting Service.
12 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1901: 1. According to numerous foreign wire service reports, there has been a naval incident in the Black Sea between the Russian Empire, and Ottoman Empire. We currently cannot independently verify either the accuracy nor any casualty counts.
2. In related news, the British government has urge all British subjects abroad to exercise caution and cancel any non essential travel plans. All British subjects should contact the nearest consular office for register as evacuation is beginning organized where appropriate.
Brought to you by BBC Broadcasting Service.
13 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1902: A year in recap, Europe in turmoil.
1. During 1901, all major European power has mobilized and are occupying nearby neutral centers in an effort to secure their borders. Only Sweden and Belgium has remained neutral at the moment. It seems for this winter, all powers are trying to raise fresh reserves. The British Government has initiated war time construction program of naval vessels, has started voluntary registration of experienced seaman, and has commenced expansion of territorial army reserves.
2. The King is expected to give royal assent to the Defense of the Realm Act later this week. At this point the government has no plans to introduce general conscription, but inside sources claim that the government is seriously considering it if the war drags on too long.
Brought to you by the BBC Broadcasting Service.
14 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1902: The War update,
1. Anglo-Norwegian status of force agreement has been signed. Our military launched a coordinated amphibious landing in Norway to secure our northern waters late last year. The Norwegian civilian government has agreed to host and support any British garrison, while still retaining autonomy in internal civilian matter.
2. In related news, a surprise landing in Belgium by the royal marines and coordinated action by the London home fleet in the English Channel has occurred. When asked for comment about this latest development, a government spokesperson cited the Official Secrets Act and military necessity in declining to comment. The spokesperson did emphasis that the government is committed to defending the British home waters, and has instituted appropriate measures to hail and challenge any ships approaching Britain.
3. From foreign wire reports, the Austria-Hungarian forces has been spotted on the tripartite border between itself, Germany, and Russia. Sources indicate that while the Austrio-Hungarians forces has not entered Russian territory, they have been spotted in Germany. Furthermore, Russia forces has been spotted in Prussia. At this time, there are conflicting reports of the destination of the various armed forces.
BBC Broadcasting Service
16 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1903: 1902: The total conflict,
Peace seems elusive after 2 year of war, and this pan-European conflict seems to touch every corner of Europe.
1. In the east, Russian troops has been outflank, and Warsaw has fallen. Warsaw became the first home supplies center to fell to an foreign power. Furthermore, the Russia Black Sea Fleet has been blockaded in their home port in Sevastopol by the Ottoman Empire. Despite this situation, Russian troops remain in high spirits due to their recent capture of Sweden.
2. In the west, the Italian Navy has inflicted heavy casualty in the Gulf of Lyon on the French Mediterranean fleet. In a joint Anglo-German operation, the Burgundy Line has been broken, and fresh Paris reserve has been called up.
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18 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1904: 1903: The Great War
The Great War persists after 3 years, and Russia hangs in the balance.
1. After defeats in Sevastopol, Moscow, Sweden, and failure to recapture Warsaw, three quarters of the Russian forces has deserted. Only the Russia Baltic Fleet remain to guard its capital of St. Petersburg.
2. In related news, there are rumors that Tsar Nicolas II might be offered asylum in Britain because he is the first cousin of King George V. This news has caused an uproar among the Labour and Liberal backbench MPs despite the palace repeatedly denying the rumors.
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21 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1905: Spring, 1905: The War Drags on
The Great War has no end in sight, and the new trench warfare signifies a new type of warfare where advances are measured in meters.
1. Russia's capital of St. Petersburg was finally taken by the German Baltic Fleet in 1904, and Russia was placed under Austrian-Germany control.
2. In a stunning developing in 1904, both Trieste and Greece were placed under occupation by the Italians, and in another stunning developing, the Italians vacated Trieste just earlier this week. Experts are puzzled by this turn of events.
3. In recent reports, there seems to be a minor border skirmish between the leading power of Austria and Germany near the Austrian-German-Russian border.
Report brought to you by the BBC.
26 Apr 17 UTC Spring, 1907: Spring 1907: The Great War Intensifies.
1. In a stunning development, Germany borders the edge of civil disorder during 1906, and the British troops moves to secure key German installation including the naval bases in Sweden, Denmark, and Holland. The growing civil unrest has causes the German Baltic Fleet and Paris Garrison to defection. In response, our government has introduction conscription to raise an expeditionary force to further strengthen our armed forces.
2. The British Home Fleet has renewed our Anglo-Portuguese's ancient friendship by expelling the last French occupiers from Portugal in 1906, and gives our fleets an unassailable position in the Atlantic to protect our home waters.
3. The British Foreign Office publicly urges all parties of the conflict to a conference in London to consider the possibility of a diplomatic solution to the Great War.
BBC Broadcasting
29 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1908: The Quiet Fronts.
1. As we move into the 8th year of the war, it seems that the war has stalemated in a largely defensive holding position for all remaining powers. While rumors are spreading about an impending armistice, the government remains tight lipped about ongoing negotiations.
2. In related news, royal marines entered the northern port of St. Petersburg, securing the flank of the important naval bases in the Scandinavian Waters. Finally, all civil unrest of the previously German processions has been quashed.
BBC Broadcasting
30 Apr 17 UTC Ok BBC. Niws the time to put in the draw vote
30 Apr 17 UTC Good game, everyone. I felt like Keith Moon of the Who. He supposedly balanced the expert styles of his bandmates Pete Townsend and John Entwhistle, even though his own style was unpredictable.

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superkeiko (239 D)
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