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The rules are in the set-up thread, found here:

Only people that have submitted their Character Sheet, and been vetted may post turns (until Midnight BST (UTC+1) each week). 

Any changes to that will be sent to you. 

 

Vetted Nations (Persons):

As of 21:32 on the 03/07/2017:

Austria-Hungary (CT 6767 "Gun")

Romania (Vader)

Spain (General Belgobi)

Ottoman Empire (P[ost]man Pat)

United States of America (Windhoover)

 

As of 19:01 on the 05/07/2017

Chile (Mr Sereda Cousland)

France (Jud's Son) 

 

As of 21:57 on the 06/07/2017

Germany (Woke Island)

 

As of 11:09 on the 18/07/2017

Netherlands (Bacon)

 

As for 16:39 on 19/07/2017

Russia (Canadian)

 

As of 16:12 on 21/08/2017

Japan (AlfredtheLate)

 

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The Kingdom of Spain Turn 1:

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Current numbers:
Army:
728,000 soldiers(infantry)
22,000 Cavalry 
Firearms:
600,000 Spanish M93 Mausers
100,000 Spanish M95 Mausers
450,000 Mauser C96's
150,000 Mauser Zig-Zags
Artillery:
137 60mm Krupp mountain gun
165 75mm Krupp field guns
210 Canon de 75 modele 1897s
236 87mm Krup field gun
56 Krupp 7.5cm model 1903 field guns
 
Navy:
Battleships:
Battleship Pelayo
Battleship Ironclads:
1 Numcia class ironclad
1 Vitoria ironclad
 
Cruisers:
Armored Cruisers:
1 Emperador Carlos V class armored cruiser
3 Princesa de Asturias-class armored cruisers
Protected Cruisers:
1 Rio De Plata class protected cruiser
1 Extremadura class protected cruiser
3 Isla de Luzon class protected cruisers 
2 Reina Regente class protected cruisers
Unprotected Cruisers:
3 Alfonso XII class unprotected cruisers
3 Velasco-class unprotected cruisers
 
Destroyers:
6 Furor-class destroyers
 
Torpedo gunboats:
6 Temerario class torpedo gunboats
1 Destructor class Torpedo gunboat
 
Torpedo boats:
2 Ariete class Torpedo boats
2 Azor class Torpedo boats
1 Habana class Torpedo boats
1 Barcelo class Torpedo boat
1 Orion class Torpedo boat
 
Gunboats:
8 Mindanao class 2nd class gunboats
10 Bulusán class 2nd class gunboats
 
Submarines:
Submarine Peral
 
Military:
Current shipyards in use:
1/5(Ferrol),  Reina Regente(Commissioned turn 3, 1906)
Lay down 1 Reina Regente protected cruiser
Lay down 2 Furor class destroyers
The Battleship Pelayo is to undergo reconstruction(details with be PM'ed with operations and research)
Recommission the submarine Peral
Establish the Legion Espanola

The Real Fábrica de Artillería de La Cavada is to be reopened and modernized. The company will receive its blast furnaces, buildings, and machinery once more in  Liérganes and La Cavada as well as receiving modern equipment.

The Spanish Navy Expansion budget and plan for 1906 is to be published:

Pelayo reconstruction finished by 1908

2 Furor class destroyers by 1907

1 Reina Regente protected cruiser by 1908

The Budget is to be 58 million Peseta
 
Economy:
offer state backed low interest loans to commercial enterprises looking to start production of Electrical gear, clothing/furniture, telephones, agricultural equipment, and railways/trains. These opportunities shall be given out to Madrid, Granda, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Malaga, Palma, Valencia, Cordoba, Sevilla, Cadiz, Salamanca, as well as San Sebastian, Vigo, Gijon, and A Coruna.

Advertise, both in print and with street hawkers for the illiterate, in the poorest sections of major municipalities, the opportunity for employment in the legion Espanola, extolling it's pay and opportunity for both adventure and making a new life for one's self. To poor women, advertise the potential for employment in the Legion's medical auxiliary, where they might earn a wage and roof as well as learning a trade in basic medicine. Those who choose to enlist will be offered the opportunity to learn to read and write as part of their enlistment, should they be so inclined. Finally, persons unfit or unwilling to be enlisted will be told of opportunities for employment in one of several government sponsored projects (such as building the factories). Finally, those poor who're disabled or too old, or otherwise incapable, will be offered government housing (a building project which shall be used to employ some of those who take up the work offer). Those who enlist will have a minimal requirement of 2 years of service but may extend their contract for however long they wish.
 
Internal affairs:
Start construction on a military base in El Aaiun, Western Sahara
Start mining expeditions into Western Sahara
Start construction of a military base in Bata, Spanish Guinea
Plan construction of a railroad from Cabo Blanco, up till El Aaiun in Western Sahara(it will run close-ish to the coast and have a stop in Villa Cisneros
Railroad construction is to be started along all of the cities mentioned in the economic plan above in the economy section, with stops in every city between the locations (as well as stops in large towns)
A law is to be created that education for those of ages 6-16 will be free

6 firearm and ammunition factories shall be selected to start expanding their production capacity, with plans to be able to produce shells up to 32cm while the firearm factories will upscale to be able to produce guns up to 28cm
 
Foreign affairs:
2 Alimarante Lynch torpedo boats, and 1 Alimarante Simpson torpedo boat are to be purchased from Chile for 9.4 million Peseta
10 88mm SK L/45 Naval Guns are to be purchased from Germany

Purchase the battleships Massena, Bouvet, and Charles Martel from France for 32 million Peseta

The governments of Spain and France have redrawn the boundaries and spheres of influence in Morocco, resulting in the new territorial boundaries looking like such(map below):

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Operations:

Furor
 
Research:

Relampago class destroyer
STAR Model 100

RFALC 30.5cm/45 1906 gun

Edited by Lord_TacoBall

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United States Turn 1

 

 

 

 

US Navy:

 

Spoiler

24/24 Shipyards occupied

 

 

Battleships: 12 Active, 13 under construction


Mississippi Class: 2 under construction (1 ready Feb 1908, 1 Ready April 1908)


Connecticut Class: 6 under construction (1 Ready Sep 1906, 1 June 1906, 2 March 1907, 1 April 1907, 1 March 1908)


Virginia Class: 5 under construction (2 ready May 1906, 1 Feb 1906, 1 Sep 1906, 1 July 1907, 


Maine Class: 3

Illinois Class: 3

Kearsarge Class: 2

USS Iowa

Indiana Class: 3


Armored Cruisers: 7 active, 6 under construction


Tennessee Class: 4 under construction (1 Ready July 1906, 1 August 1906, 1 May 1908, 1 July 1908)


Pennsylvania Class: 4 Active, 2 Under construction (1 ready August 1907, 1 Jan 1908)


USS Brooklyn

USS New York

USS Texas


Protected Cruisers: 17 Active, 2 Under Construction

 

St. Louis Class: 1 Active, 2 under construction (1 Ready June 1906, 1 Dec 1906)

Denver Class: 6
New Orleans Class: 2

Columbia Class: 2

Cincinnati Class: 2

USS Olympia

USS San Francisco

USS Baltimore

USS Newark


Scout Cruisers:

 

Chester Class: 3 under construction (2 Ready April 1908, 1 Ready August 1908)

 

 

Armed Merchant Cruisers: 2 Active, 2 in reserve


USS Buffalo

USS Prairie (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Panther (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Yankee

 

 

Monitors: 11

 

Arkansas Class: 4

USS Monterey

Amphitrite Class: 4

USS Puritan 

USS Katahdin (technically a ram ship)


Torpedo Boat Destroyers: 16

 

Bainbridge Class: 13
Truxtun Class: 3

 


Submarines: 8


Plunger Class: 7

 

USS Holland

 

 

Torpedo Boats: 32

 

 

Blakely Class: 9

Bagley Class: 3

USS Manley

USS Somers

USS Bailey

USS Goldsborough

USS Stringham

MacKenzie Class: 2

Talbot Class: 2

USS Morris

Davis Class: 2

USS Farragut

Dahlgren Class: 2

USS Rowan

Porter Class: 2

Foote Class: 3

USS Ericsson 

USS Cushing

 

 

Gunboats: 12 active, 4 reserve

 

Dubuque Class: 2

USS Marietta

USS Wheeling (Currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Princeton

USS Newport

USS Vicksburg (Currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Annapolis

USS Helena

USS Wilmington

USS Nashville

USS Castine (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Machias

USS Concord

USS Petrel

USS Yorktown (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Nantucket

Patrol Yacht: 5


Colliers: 12

 

USS Aberenda

USS Ajax

USS Brutus

USS Caesar

USS Hannibal

USS Lebanon

USS Leonidas

USS Marcellus

USS Nero

USS Saturn

USS Southery

USS Sterling

 

Auxiliary Ships:

 

USS General Alava (Cargo Ship)

USS Solace (Hospital Ship)

USS Commodore (Receiving Ship)

USS Cumberland (training ship)

USS Essex (training ship)

USS Hancock (transport ship)

USS Hartford (training ship)

USS Constellation (training ship)

USS Philadelphia (receiving ship)

USS Dixie (transport ship)


Harbor Tug Boats: 

 

USS Wahneta

USS Pawtucket

USS Sotoyomo

USS Triton

USS Fortune

USS Powhatan

USS Active

USS Modoc

USS Mohawk

USS Algonquin

USS Pawnee

USS Vigilant

USS Choctaw

US Army:

 

Spoiler

100,000 Infantry

 

25,000 Cavalry

 

100,000 National Gaurd

 

Field Guns: 

 

663 M1905 3 inch guns

 

372 M1897 3.2 inch guns

 

 

Coastal Artillery: 

 

Six 12 inch guns

 

Three 10 inch guns

 

Four 6 inch guns

 

Twenty Four 12 inch Mortars

 

One 5 inch gun

 

Revenue Cutter Service:

 

Spoiler

USRC Mohawk

 

USRC Tuscarora

 

USRC Seminole

 

USRC Thetis

 

USRC McCulloch

 

USRC Gresham

 

USRC William WindoM

 

USRC Galveston

 

USRC Winona

 

USRC Lot M. Morrill

 

USRC Hudson

 

USRC Bear

 

USRC Commodore Perry

 

USRC Levi Woodbury

 

 

Diplomacy: 

 

In a speech to congress and addressed to the people of Cuba, announce a shift in policy toward the sovereign and independent nation of Cuba.

 

Speech:

Spoiler

At the end of the last century. Less than a decade ago. The United States joined Cuba in a struggle against the Spanish Empire. When the United States entered the war, we did so with a promise to the Cuban people, that we would liberate their beautiful country, and restore freedom to their people. We fought, suffered and died together. Fighting for what we believe in. Fighting for Freedom. When the fighting was over, and the dust had finally settled, the United States stood poised to deliver Cuba back into the right hands of the Cuban people. But in the hour of our destiny, when the United States was ready to be a beacon for all who value the right to self determination, we withdrew our hand. We took away the very thing we had fought for. Without firing a shot we replaced the Spanish as the rulers of Cuba. The peace treaty that was forced upon Cuba robbed them of their Sovereignty. Although the Cuban people are now able to govern themselves, they do so in the shadow of the USA with the Platt Amendment, well intentioned as it was, prevents the people of Cuba acting as a fully sovereign state. It is time to take a new direction. The USA would like to announce a shift in policy toward Cuba. To allow Cuba to be a partner instead of a puppet, we will be holding a summit to amend the existing treaties between the United States and Cuba. 

 

The following changes are to be negotiated with Cuba. 

 

I. The United States of America in keeping with standing policies established by the Monroe Doctrine, maintains the right to intervene to prevent foreign powers from gaining permanent lodging or footholds in Cuba. However, the USA does not retain the right to intervene in the internal affairs of Cuba. 

 

II. Cuba regains the right to enter in treaties and agreements with foreign powers besides the US. The government of Cuba is required to consult with the United States regarding agreements with other powers. However, the Cuban government is not required to heed advice rendered under consultation. The consultation being primarily to keep the American government apprised of ongoing developments in accordance with the Monroe Doctrine. 

 

III. All acts under the previous US military occupation that have been ratified can now be amended or repealed by the Cuban government. 

 

IV. Administration of the Isles of Pines shall be formally turned over to Cuba. Provided however that Cuba allows foreign businesses and previously establish private land ownership to be retained. Cuba retains the right to reposes private lands as public lands provided fair compensation is agreed upon by the Cuban government and the private owner. This section also makes provisions for land disputes to be resolved by third party arbitration. 

 

 

Send an offer to France to buy a license to produce the Canon de 75 modele 1897. 

 

Send an offer to Germany to buy a license for the 15 cm sFH 02 howitzer

 

 

Internal Affairs:

 

Hold commissioning ceremonies for the Virginia Class Battleship USS Rhode Island. 

 

Pass the Fortification Act through congress. The Fortification act authorizes construction of fortifications on territories deemed vital to the defense of the United States and its over seas territories. These Fortifications will expand upon previously approved construction plans from the Endicott and Taft boards. The Fortification act approves additional fortifications be constructed on Guam, Midway, and the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines. 

 

The Fortification act also authorizes the creation of Marine Base Defense units to deployed to US outpost. The act authorizes an expansion of 5000 men of the US Marine Corp. 

 

 

 

Research:

 

Spokane Class Cruiser: Details PM'ed

 

M1903 (1906): M1903 modified to use the new 30-06 round. Incorporates the same design features used on the 1905 version of the M1903. 

 

Smith Class Destroyer:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ottoman Empire 

Turn 1 1906 Jan-Mar

 

Army

Spoiler

Army Size:
856,500 Infantry
61,000 Cavalry
63,000 Artillery men
7,400 Engineers
 
Military Equipment
Sidearms
Smith and Wesson No. 3
Browning No.2/M1903
 
Rifles

Mauser M1887

Mauser M1890
Mauser M1893
Mauser M1893/03
Snider-Enifield Mk III
Peabody-Martini-Henry M1874
Remmington Rolling Block M1866
Winchester M1866
 
Machine guns
Maxiam guns
Hotchkiss M1900
 
Artillery
Krupp 7.5cm Model 1903
7.7cm FK 96 n.A.

Navy

Spoiler

Frigates(Fırkateyn)

Mehmed Selîm- torpedo school ship

 

Corvette (Korvet)

Beyrût- screw corvette

İskenderiye

Meriç- decomissioned

Mansûre- screw corvette

Muzaffer

Heybet Nümâ- corvette

Zuhâf- corvette

Kilid Bahir

 

Coastal & Harbor defense 

Necm-i Şevket- stationary ship at Salonika

Hifz-ur Rahman- coast defense turret ship

Avnillah- casemate ironclad

Muin-i Zafer

Feth-i Bülend- casemate ironclad

Mukaddeme-i Hayir- casemate ironclad- disarmed

Iclaliye- barbette battery ironclad

 

River monitor (Zırhlı Duba)

Feth-ül İslâm

Semendire Memdûhiye- decommissioned

Hizber

 

Battleships

Abdül Kadir- underconstruction- broken kneel 

 Asar-i Şevket- barbette battery ironclad- poor condition

Asar-i Tevfik- barbette battleship 

Mesûdiye- modern battleship 

Hamidiye- central battery ironclad- training target hulk 

Osmaniye- central battery ironclad- poor condition 

Aziziye- poor condition 

Orhaniye- poor condition 

Mahmudiye- poor condition 

 

Cruiser (Kruvazör)

Lûtf-ü Hümâyûn- 3rd class unprotected cruiser- disarmed

Peyk-i Şevket- torpedo cruiser- under construction

Berk-i Satvet- under construction

Mecidiye- protected cruiser

Hamidiye- protected cruiser

 

Torpedo steam boat (Torpido stimbotu)

Burhâneddîn-unfit for service

Tevfik- unfit for service

Mecidiye- unfit for service

Eser-i Terakki- unfit for service

Nimet- unfit for service

Şanaver- unfit for service

Timsah- unfit for service

Şemşir-i Hücûm- decommissioned

 

Torpedo boat (Torpido botu)

Mahabbet- out of service

Satvet- out of service

Gilyum- unfit for service

Sâikı- unfit for service

Tîr-i Zafer- unfit for service

Seyf-i Bahrî- unfit for service

Vesîle-i Nusret- unfit for service

Nâsır

Fâtih

Nusret

Şahâb

Târık

Pervîn

Sehâm

Ejder- unfit for service

Berk Efşân

Tayyâr

Hamidiye

Abdül Mecid

Akhisar

Alpagot

Antalya- turn 4

Urfa- turn 4

Ankara- turn 4

Tokad- turn 4

Draç- turn 5

Kütahya- turn 5

Mûsul- turn 5

 

Destroyer (Muhrip)

 

 Submarine (Denizaltı)

Abdül Hamid

Abdül Mecid

 

Manpower

6 Vic-Admirals

11 Rear Admirals

208 captains

289 commanders

228 lientenants

187 ensigns

30,000 sailors

9,000 Marines 

 

Military

Clear the slipways of all construction and begin maintenance on the dockyard

Hire additional workers to bring they yards into optimum working conditions 

Economics

Put an end to the custom dues for exportation of produce from one providence to another in order to increase land cultivation

Internal affairs

As a show of good will and a acknowledgment of the changing times, Sultan Abdulhamid II has decided to reinstate the Constitution of 1876 and the legislative system it entailed. 

The Meclis-i Umumî (General Assembly) will permit political parties with elections for the upper and lower houses taking place a year from now in 1907.

Send observers to Tripolitania  and Mesopotamia, their goal is to find oil. A good sign of  oil is if there's a smell of sulfur in the air. The observers are to also use texts of ancient oil fields to help in locating more fields (it will help in locating them in Mesopotamia) 

Diplomacy

Make a bid for the HMS Superb, offer at least scrap value for the ship and double that if the original offer is refused

Order 4 Durandal class Destroyers from France

Order 2 Peyk-i Sevket class torpedo cruisers from Germany

Operations

 

Research

 

Development 

 

Edited by Ptank2012

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AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE

Turn 1

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Small information of country

Spoiler

 

Leader: Emperor Franz Joseph I

Government: Constitutional Monarchy

Population: 48.8 Million

Ethinic Groups: German, Hungarians, Czechs, Poles, Ukrainians/Ruthenians, Romanian, Italians, Slovenes, Croats, Serbians, Slovaks

 

 

Austria-Hungary Army

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Army:

450,000 Infantry/Officers

75,000 Mountain infantry

50,000 cavalry Units

Firearms:

400,000 Manlicher M1895

200,000 Manlicher M1888

150,000 Rast & Gaster M1898 pistol

Artillery:

300 7 cm Gebirgsgeschütz M 99

300 8 cm Feldkanone M. 99

150 9 cm Feldkanone M 75/96

20 10 cm Feldhaubitze M 99

300 12-cm Kanone M 80

200 15 cm Kanone M 80

100 15 cm Mörser M 80

300 15 cm schwere Feldhaubitze M 94

100 18 cm kurze Kanone M 80

50 Škoda 19 cm vz. 1904 coastal guns

 

 

 

 


Austria-Hungary Navy:

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20,000 Active sailors

BB Erzherzog Albrecht 1 1 Erzherzog Albrecht 1874 ah_bb_4.gif 5980t, 89.7x17.2x6.7m, 8b,1hrcr, 3969hp, 12.8kts, 540p; iron- 205belt, 175casemates; 8x1-235/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Custoza 1 2 Custoza 1875 ah_bb_6.gif 7731t, 95.0x17.7x7.9m, 8b,1hrcr, 4158hp, 13.7kts, 548p; iron- 230belt, 175casemates; 8x1-263/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Tegetthoff 1 3 Tegetthoff 1881 ah_bb_12.gif 7431t, 89.4x21.8x7.6m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 15.3kts, 575p; iron- 370belt, 40deck, 370casemates, 175CT; 6x1-235/32, 5x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 9x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 2-356TT
Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1 4 Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1889 ah_bb_14.gif 5075t, 87.2x17.1x6.6m, 10b,2vc, 8000hp, 17kts, 430p; compound- 230belt, 25deck, 280turrets, 50CT; 2x1-305/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1 5 Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1889 ah_bb_16.gif 6829t, 97.6x19.3x7.4m, 10b,2vc, 6000hp, 15.5kts, 447p; Harvey- 305belt, 70deck, 250turrets, 75CT; 3x1-305/32, 6x1-120/31, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Monarch 3 6 Monarch 1898 ah_bb_18.gif 5645(6,8)-5636(7)t, 99.2x17.0x6.4m, 7b,2vte(6,7)-16b,2vte(8), 8500hp, 17.5kts, 426p; NS- 270belt, 40deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 6x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 10x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 2-450TT
7 Wien 1898
8 Budapest 1898
Habsburg 3 9 Habsburg 1902 ah_bb_20.gif 8823(9,11)-8748(10)t, 114.6x19.9x7.5m, 16b,2vte, 15000hp, 19.5kts, 638p; 220belt, 40deck, 280turrets, 200CT; (1x2+1x1)-238/37, 12x1-149/37, 10x1-66/42, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
10 Árpád 1903
11 Babenberg 1904

CRUISERS

CA Radetzky 1 1 Radetzky 1873 ah_cr_1.gif 3956t, 79.1x14.3x7.0m, 4b,1hse, 3385hp, 13.4kts, 450p; 15x1-149/24, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 3x5-47/22, 3-356TT
Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1 2 Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1894 ah_cr_18.gif 6026t, 113.7x16.3x6.8m, 10b,2hte, 9000hp, 19kts, 475p; Harvey- 100belt, 60deck, 100turrets, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 8x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 4-450TT
Kaiser Karl VI 1 3 Kaiser Karl VI 1900 ah_cr_19.gif 6864t, 119.0x17.3x6.8m, 18b,2vte, 12000hp, 20.8kts, 535p; Harvey- 220belt, 60deck, 200turrets, 200CT; 2x1-238/37, 8x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 16x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
CL Saida 1 1 Saida 1879 ah_cr_5.gif 2662t, 79.4x13.1x5.8m, 4b,1hse, 1790hp, 12kts, 359p; 8x1-149/24, 1x1-66/16, 2x1-47/30
Panther 2 2 Panther 1885 ah_cr_8.gif 1557t, 73.2x10.4x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5940(2)-6380(3)hp, 18.4(2)-18.7(3)kts, 186p; steel- 12deck; 2x1-120/31, 4x1-47/40, 6x5-47/22, 4-356TT
3 Leopard 1886
Tiger 1 4 Tiger 1888 ah_cr_10.gif 1657t, 76.0x10.6x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5700hp, 18.6kts, 188p; steel- 12deck; 4x1-120/31, 6x1-47/40, 4x5-47/22, 4-356TT
Kaiser Franz Joseph I 2 5 Kaiser Franz Joseph I 1890 ah_cr_12.gif 4494t, 103.7x14.8x5.7m, 10b,2hte, 8450hp, 19kts, 367p; steel- 57hull, 38deck, 90barbettes, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 3x1-37/20, 4-400TT
6 Kaiserin Elisabeth 1892
Donau 1 7 Donau 1894 ah_cr_23.gif 2306t, 70.0x12.8x5.6m, 4b,1vc, 1300hp, 10kts, 333p; 10x1-120/31, 1x1-66/16, 4x5-25/41
Zenta 3 8 Zenta 1899 ah_cr_14.gif 2503(8)-2625(9)-2562(10)t, 96.9x11.7x4.2m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 20.8kts, 308p; steel- 50slopes, 40deck, 35casemates, 50CT; 8x1-120/37, 8x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
9 Aspern 1900
10 Szigetvár 1901
CLL Zrinyi 1 1 Zrinyi 1871 ah_cr_6.gif 1353t, 69.1x10.5x5.0m, 2b,1hse, 1000hp, 11kts, 210p; 2x1-149/18, 4x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 2x5-47/22

TORPEDO SHIPS

PGT Zara 2 1 Zara 1881 ah_dd_10.gif 852t, 67.2x8.2x3.7m, 5b,2vc, 2600hp, 14.3kts, 148p; 4x1-87/22, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 1x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, (2+2x1)-356TT
2 Spalato 1880
Sebenico 1 3 Sebenico 1882 ah_dd_10.gif 890t, 69.7x8.2x3.4m, 4b,2vc, 1344hp, 12.8kts, 135p; 2x1-120/37, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 4x1-37/20
Blitz 2 4 Blitz 1888 ru_dd_142.gif 426t, 59.0ppx6.9x2.1m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 61p; 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT(5), (1+1x1)-356TT(4)
5 Komet 1889
Meteor 1 6 Meteor 1889 ah_dd_39.gif 436t, 57.0ppx6.8x2.6m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 60p; 9x1-47/30, (1+1x1)-450TT
Planet 1 7 Planet 1890 ah_dd_42.gif 525t, 67.1x7.0x2.8m, 4b,2vte, 3500hp, 19.6kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Trabant 1 8 Trabant 1890 ah_dd_6.gif 540t, 67.0x8.0x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 3800hp, 20.1kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Satellit 1 9 Satellit 1893 ah_dd_45.gif 616t, 68.9x8.1x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 4000hp, 23kts, 86p; 1x1-66/37, 6x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Magnet 1 10 Magnet 1896 ah_dd_49.gif 510t, 67.5ppx8.2x3.3m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 26kts, 80p; 6x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
TB I 1 1 I 1875 ah_dd_16.gif 10t, 20.7x2.6x1.2m, 1b,1vse, 184hp, 18kts, 9p; 1x1-37/20
XI 12 2-13 XI, XII, XV-XVIII, XX-XXIV, XXVI 1884-1886 ah_dd_20.gif 55t, 34.3x3.8x1.7m, 1b,1vc, 600hp, 18-19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20(2-6,12,13), 1x1-37/20(7-11), 2-356TT(7-11)
Adler 2 14 Adler 1886 ah_dd_23.jpg 100t, 41.2x4.2x1.7m, 2b,1vc, 1300hp, 22kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
15 Falke 1886
Sperber 2 16, 17 Sperber, Habicht 1886 ah_dd_25.gif 93t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 970hp, 18.5kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
Bussard 20 18-37 Bussard, Condor, Geier, Uhu, Würger, Kranich, Reiher, Ibis, Rabe, Elster, Kukuk, Staar, Krähe, Flamingo, Sekretär, Weihe, Marabu, Gaukler, Harpie, Kibitz 1886-1891 ah_dd_33.gif 88t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 1000hp, 19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
XXVII 2 38, 39 XXVII, XXXII 1886-1888 ah_dd_20.gif 55t, 34.3x3.8x1.7m, 1b,1vc, 600hp, 18-19kts, 16p; 1x1-37/20, 2-356TT(39)
XXXIII 1 40 XXXIII 1887 ah_dd_20.gif 70t, 36.8x4.5x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 700hp, 17kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
XXXIV 6 41-46 XXXIV-XXXIX 1889-1891 ah_dd_32.gif 64t, 36.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 750hp, 20.3kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
Natter 1 47 Natter 1896 ah_dd_32.gif 166t, 47.3x5.3x2.8m, 2b,1vte, 2200hp, 24kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Viper 1 48 Viper 1896 ah_dd_36.gif 124t, 45.0x4.5x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 1900hp, 25kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Boa 4 49 Boa 1898 ah_dd_36.gif 132t, 46.6x4.7x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 2000hp, 24.5kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
50 Cobra 1898
51 Python 1899
52 Kigyo 1900

ESCORTS

AY - 1 1 Dalmat 1896   260t

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

PG Albatros 2 1 Albatros 1874 No picture 570t, 46.0x8.3x3.4m, 400hp, 10kts, 99p; 2x1-149/24, 1x1-83/17
2 Nautilus 1874
RMON Leitha 2 1 Leitha 1872 ah_of_21.gif 315t, 50.6x8.1x1.1m, 2b,2vte, 700hp, 8kts, 59p; steel- 44side, 25deck, 50CT; 1x1-120/33, 2x1-47/40
2 Maros 1872
Körös 2 3 Körös 1892 austro1.gif 448t, 54.0x9.0x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1200hp, 10kts, 72p; 50side, 19deck, 75(3)-50(4)CT; 2x1-120/31, 2x1-66/37
4 Szamos 1892
Temes 2 5 Temes 1904 austro2.gif 486t, 57.7x9.5x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1400hp, 13kts, 86-89p; 40side, 25deck, 75CT; 2x1-120/33, 1x1-120/8, 2x1-37/42
6 Bodrog 1904

COASTAL FORCES

YPR A 1 1 A 1895 No picture 33t, 22.0x3.5x1.1m, 200hp

MINE WARFARE SHIPS

ML Dromedar 1 1 Dromedar 1891 No picture 175t, 32.0x5.4x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 25p; 2x1-47/30, 50mines
Salamander 1 2 Salamander 1892 No picture 286t, 39.6x8.1x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 28p; 2x1-47/30, 90mines
Basilisk 1 3 Basilisk 1903 No picture 314t, 46.0x7.9x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 550hp, 11kts, 40p; 2x1-47/40, 145mines

 

 

Diplomacy:

1. Send diplomats over to Romania, U.K, France, U.S, and Italy to improve relations between our two nations and request to establish embassy's within their countries.

2. Establish trade in Chile, Spain, Italy, Romania, U.K, U.S, Germany, Sweden, France, and Netherlands.

 

Military:

1. Increase the military budget from 262 million to 350 million crowns

2. Recruit and train 20,000 troops

3. build 50 9cm Feldkanone M 75/96

4. Use propaganda to inspire more different ethnic groups to join the military, preferably as officers.

5. All military officers within the army are required to learn 2-5 different languages with at least basics covered. Financial and career awards will be given to those who accomplish this task. Those who fail to meet requirements will have no choice but to continue their studies and not gain any progress in their career until they accomplish the requirements.

6. Formulate the Austrian-Hungarian Naval Law 1910 (All new ships listed are being built in historical Order and laid down and commissioned as soon as possible, all construction of new additional ships will be completed by or before Jan 01 1910)

Spoiler

BATTLESHIPS

BB Custoza 1 1 Custoza 1875 ah_bb_6.gif 7731t, 95.0x17.7x7.9m, 8b,1hrcr, 4158hp, 13.7kts, 548p; iron- 230belt, 175casemates; 8x1-263/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Tegetthoff 1 2 Tegetthoff 1881 ah_bb_12.gif 7431t, 89.4x21.8x7.6m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 15.3kts, 575p; iron- 370belt, 40deck, 370casemates, 175CT; 6x1-235/32, 5x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 9x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 2-356TT
Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1 3 Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1889 ah_bb_14.gif 5075t, 87.2x17.1x6.6m, 10b,2vc, 8000hp, 17kts, 430p; compound- 230belt, 25deck, 280turrets, 50CT; 2x1-305/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1 4 Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1889 ah_bb_16.gif 6829t, 97.6x19.3x7.4m, 10b,2vc, 6000hp, 15.5kts, 447p; Harvey- 305belt, 70deck, 250turrets, 75CT; 3x1-305/32, 6x1-120/31, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Monarch 3 5 Monarch 1898 ah_bb_18.gif 5645(5,7)-5636(6)t, 99.2x17.0x6.4m, 7b,2vte(5,6)-16b,2vte(7), 8500hp, 17.5kts, 426p; NS- 270belt, 40deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 6x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 10x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 2-450TT
6 Wien 1898
7 Budapest 1898
Habsburg 3 9 Habsburg 1902 ah_bb_20.gif 8823(9,11)-8748(10)t, 114.6x19.9x7.5m, 16b,2vte, 15000hp, 19.5kts, 638p; 220belt, 40deck, 280turrets, 200CT; (1x2+1x1)-238/37, 12x1-149/37, 10x1-66/42, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
10 Árpád 1903
11 Babenberg 1904
Erzherzog Karl 3 12 Erzherzog Karl 1906 ah_bb_22.gif 10472t, 126.2x21.8x7.5m, 18b,2vte, 18000hp, 20.5kts, 638p; 210belt, 55deck, 240turrets, 220CT; 2x2-238/37, 12x1-190/40, 12x1-66/42, 4x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 4x1-37/42, 2-450TT
13 Erzherzog Friedrich 1907
14 Erzherzog Ferdinand Max 1907

CRUISERS

CA Radetzky 1 1 Adria 1873 ah_cr_1.gif 3956t, 79.1x14.3x7.0m, 4b,1hse, 3385hp, 13.4kts, 450p; 15x1-149/24, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 3x5-47/22, 3-356TT
Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1 2 Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1894 ah_cr_18.gif 6026t, 113.7x16.3x6.8m, 10b,2hte, 9000hp, 19kts, 475p; Harvey- 100belt, 60deck, 100turrets, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 8x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 4-450TT
Kaiser Karl VI 1 3 Kaiser Karl VI 1900 ah_cr_19.gif 6864t, 119.0x17.3x6.8m, 18b,2vte, 12000hp, 20.8kts, 535p; Harvey- 220belt, 60deck, 200turrets, 200CT; 2x1-238/37, 8x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 16x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
Sankt Georg 1 4 Sankt Georg 1905 ah_cr_21.gif 8070t, 124.3x19.0x6.8m, 12b,2vte, 15000hp, 22kts, 535p; 210belt, 50deck, 210turrets, 200CT; 1x2-238/37, 5x1-190/40, 4x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
CL Panther 2 1 Panther 1885 ah_cr_8.gif 1557t, 73.2x10.4x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5940(1)-6380(2)hp, 18.4(1)-18.7(2)kts, 186p; steel- 12deck; 2x1-120/31(2), 4x1-66/40(1), 4x1-47/40(2), 6x5-47/22(2), 4-356TT(2)
2 Leopard 1886
Tiger 1 3 Lacroma 1888 ah_cr_10.gif 1657t, 76.0x10.6x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5700hp, 18.6kts, 188p; steel- 12deck; 6x1-47/40
Kaiser Franz Joseph I 2 4 Kaiser Franz Joseph I 1890 ah_cr_12.gif 4494t, 103.7x14.8x5.7m, 10b,2hte, 8450hp, 19kts, 367p; steel- 57hull, 38deck, 90barbettes, 50CT; 2x1-149/37, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 4-400TT
5 Kaiserin Elisabeth 1892
Zenta 3 6 Zenta 1899 ah_cr_14.gif 2503(6)-2625(7)-2562(8)t, 96.9x11.7x4.2m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 20.8kts, 308p; steel- 50slopes, 40deck, 35casemates, 50CT; 8x1-120/37, 8x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
7 Aspern 1900
8 Szigetvár 1901

TORPEDO SHIPS

PGT Zara 2 1 Zara 1881 ah_dd_10.gif 852t, 67.2x8.2x3.7m, 5b,2vc, 2600hp, 14.3kts, 148p; 4x1-87/22, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 1x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, (2+1x1)-356TT
2 Spalato 1880
Sebenico 1 3 Sebenico 1882 ah_dd_10.gif 890t, 69.7x8.2x3.4m, 4b,2vc, 1344hp, 12.8kts, 135p; 2x1-120/37, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 4x1-37/20
Blitz 2 4 Blitz 1888 ru_dd_142.gif 426t, 59.0ppx6.9x2.1m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 61p; 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT(5), (1+1x1)-356TT(4)
5 Komet 1889
Meteor 1 6 Meteor 1889 ah_dd_39.gif 436t, 57.0ppx6.8x2.6m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 60p; 9x1-47/30, (1+1x1)-450TT
Planet 1 7 Planet 1890 ah_dd_42.gif 525t, 67.1x7.0x2.8m, 4b,2vte, 3500hp, 19.6kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Trabant 1 8 Trabant 1890 ah_dd_6.gif 540t, 67.0x8.0x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 3800hp, 20.1kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Satellit 1 9 Satellit 1893 ah_dd_45.gif 616t, 68.9x8.1x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 4000hp, 23kts, 86p; 1x1-66/37, 6x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Magnet 1 10 Magnet 1896 ah_dd_49.gif 510t, 67.5ppx8.2x3.3m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 26kts, 80p; 6x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
DD Huszár 11 1 Ulan 1906 austro3.gif 414t, 68.4x6.3x1.9m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 28kts, 70p; 1x1-66/42, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
2 Streiter 1906
3 Wildfang 1907
4 Scharfschütze 1907
5 Uskoke 1907
6 Turul 1908
7 Pandur 1909
8 Csikós 1909
9 Reka 1909
10 Dinara 1909
11 Velebit 1909
TB Adler 2 1 Adler 1886 ah_dd_23.jpg 100t, 41.2x4.2x1.7m, 2b,1vc, 1300hp, 22kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
2 Falke 1886
Sperber 2 3, 4 Sperber, Habicht 1886 ah_dd_25.gif 93t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 2b,1vte, 970hp, 18.5kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
Bussard 20 5-24 Bussard, Condor, Geier, Uhu, Würger, Kranich, Reiher, Ibis, Rabe, Elster, Kukuk, Staar, Krähe, Flamingo, Sekretär, Weihe, Marabu, Gaukler, Harpie, Kibitz 1886-1891 ah_dd_33.gif 88t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 1000hp, 19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
XXXIII 1 25 XXXIII 1887 ah_dd_20.gif 70t, 36.8x4.5x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 700hp, 17kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
XXXIV 6 26-31 XXXIV-XXXIX 1889-1891 ah_dd_32.gif 64t, 36.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 750hp, 20.3kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 1-356TT
Natter 1 32 Natter 1896 ah_dd_32.gif 166t, 47.3x5.3x2.8m, 2b,1vte, 2200hp, 24kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Viper 1 33 Viper 1896 ah_dd_36.gif 124t, 45.0x4.5x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 1900hp, 25kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Boa 4 34 Boa 1898 ah_dd_36.gif 132t, 46.6x4.7x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 2000hp, 24.5kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
35 Cobra 1898
36 Python 1899
37 Kigyo 1900
Kaiman 20 38 Kaiman 1905 austro4.gif 211t, 56.0x5.5x1.3m, 2b,1vte, 3000hp, 26kts, 31p; 4x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
39 Anaconda 1906
40 Alligator 1906
41 Krokodil 1906
42 Wal 1907
43 Seehund 1907
44 Delphin 1907
45 Narwal 1908
46 Hai 1908
47 Möwe 1908
48 Schwalbe 1909
49 Pinguin 1909
50 Drache 1909
51 Greif 1909
52 Triton 1908
53 Hydra 1909
54 Skorpion 1909
55 Phönix 1909
56 Krake 1909
57 Polyp 1909
Tb.I 4 58 Tb.I 1909 ah_dd_55.gif 116t, 44.2x4.4x1.5m, 2b,1vte, 2500hp, 28kts, 20p; 2x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
59 Tb.II 1909
60 Tb.III 1909
61 Tb.IV 1909

SUBMARINES

SS U1 2 1 U1 1909 ah_ss_27.gif 230/270t, 30.5x3.4x3.2m, 2pe/em, 640/200hp, 10.3/5kts, 17p, 30m; 3-450TT
2 U2 1909
U3 2 3 U3 1909 ah_ss_29.gif 240/300t, 43.2x3.7x2.8m, 2pe/em, 600/340hp, 12/8.5kts, 21p, 30m; 2-450TT
4 U4 1909

ESCORTS

AY - 2 1 Dalmat 1896   260t
2 Taurus 1904   1300t, 67.0x6.9m, 2000hp, 15kts; 4x1-47/30

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

PG Albatros 2 1 Albatros 1874 No picture 570t, 46.0x8.3x3.4m, 400hp, 10kts, 99p; 2x1-149/24, 1x1-83/17
2 Nautilus 1874
RMON Leitha 2 1 Leitha 1872 ah_of_21.gif 315t, 50.6x8.1x1.1m, 2b,2vte, 700hp, 8kts, 59p; steel- 44side, 25deck, 50CT; 1x1-120/33, 2x1-47/40
2 Maros 1872
Körös 2 3 Körös 1892 austro1.gif 448t, 54.0x9.0x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1200hp, 10kts, 72p; 50side, 19deck, 75(3)-50(4)CT; 2x1-120/31, 2x1-66/37
4 Szamos 1892
Temes 2 5 Temes 1904 austro2.gif 486t, 57.7x9.5x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1400hp, 13kts, 86-89p; 40side, 25deck, 75CT; 2x1-120/33, 1x1-120/8, 1x1-66/16
6 Bodrog 1904

COASTAL FORCES

YPR A 1 1 A 1895 No picture 33t, 22.0x3.5x1.1m, 200hp
B 1 2 B 1906 No picture 37t, 28.0x4.4x0.7m, 4pe, 400hp, 14kts, 14p
E 2 3, 4 E, F 1908 No picture 15t, 18.3x2.7x0.8m, 3pe, 350hp, 22kts, 7p
C 2 5, 6 C, D 1909 No picture 39t, 30.0x4.3x0.7m, 2pe, 600hp, 14kts, 12p

MINE WARFARE SHIPS

ML Dromedar 1 1 Dromedar 1891 No picture 175t, 32.0x5.4x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 25p; 2x1-47/30, 50mines
Salamander 1 2 Salamander 1892 No picture 286t, 39.6x8.1x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 28p; 2x1-47/30, 90mines
Basilisk 1 3 Basilisk 1903 No picture 314t, 46.0x7.9x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 550hp, 11kts, 40p; 2x1-47/40, 145mines
MS MT.VIII 10 1-10 MT.VIII-XVII 1909 No picture 47t, 18.0x4.3x1.3m, 1b,1vte, 170hp, 10kts, 12p; 1x1-47/40, mines, sweeps

 

 

 

Construction:

1. Begin a major railway project that has all railways within the empire to use Austrian gauge-railways. This project will be dated to be completed no later then 1910, this will allow us to fix any logistical problems in both economic and military transportations.

 

 

Internal Affairs:

1. Establish the "Imperial Labor Union Protection Law"-This law promises and secures the safety and protection of all workers/labor unions within the empire. The government will establish the "Workers Agency" which will be government funded,  employ 20,000 workers , and answer to labor unions who file in complaints about the safety and equality of the fellow workers. Industries will also be investigated and checked to see if they meet basic health requirement and safety precautions. The HQ of this agency will be located in Zagreb, and Emperor Franz Joseph I will attend their to help formally open it, and speak the local language within Zagreb while giving a speech.

Spoiler

"It is with my great honor as your leader, to begin a chapter of progress within this great nation that we stand upon. We have for many years been known as one of the most diverse countries in the world, but with that of course comes with many problems within that fact. We all share a different language, a different culture, a different opinion. However we all share an idea, an idea that revolves on the future. A future where we all work together to better our own lives and community for the better, a future where peace and prosperity will continue to grow. With this we will continue to focus heavily on the internal problems that have plagued these lands and continue to bring you all a better and more promising future within the present. I thank to our almighty lord for bestowing me the power to not only lead the people, but to also help the people."

2. From this point on, citizens of the empire will no longer define themselves either Austrian or Hungarian citizens. Citizens will from this point on define themselves as "Imperial Citizens". All citizens who are part of the empires citizenship records whether they were administered by Austrian/Hungarian officials, will receive a new citizenship papers, passports, and along with the other essentials that they need with the stamp of the Imperial Symbol. The Hungarian Administration will also begin to follow up on Article 19 "Basic State Act and apply it to all territories that are under their administration like Transylvania, Slavic language will also be recognized as a equal language.

 

Research:

1. Maschinengewehr (Schwarzlose) M. 7

2.8 cm FK M. 5

Operations:

1. Operation Ratenkrieg

2. Operation Vereinigt

3. Operation Nachteule

 

Edited by pade4utoday

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GERMAN EMPIRE

EMPEROR: WILHELM II

GOVERNMENT FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY

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German High Seas Fleet

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Spoiler

Germany 01 January 1905

BATTLESHIPS

BB Sachsen 4 1 Sachsen 1878 ger_bb29.gif 7742-7938t, 98.2x18.4x6.5m, 8b,2hc, 6201-6454hp, 14.2-15.7kts, 317p; 254belt, 75deck, 254barbettes/citadel, 200CT; 6x1-263/20, 8x1-88/27, 6x1-87/22, 8x5-37/20, 2-450TT, 3-350TT
2 Bayern 1881
3 Württemberg 1881
4 Baden 1883
Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm 4 5 Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm 1894 ger_bb37.gif 10670t, 115.7x19.5x7.9m, 12b,2vte, 10000hp, 16.5kts, 568p; compound(5,7); 400belt, 60deck, 300barbettes, 300CT; 2x2-283/37, 1x2-283/32, 6x1-105/32(5), 8x1-105/32(6-8), 8x1-99/27, 6-450TT(5), 3-450TT(6-8)
6 Brandenburg 1893
7 Weissenburg 1894
8 Wörth 1893
Kaiser Friedrich III 5 9 Kaiser Friedrich III 1898 ger_bb40.gif 11785t, 125.3x20.4x8.3m, 12b,3vte(9,10)-10b,3vte(11-13), 13000hp, 17.5kts, 651p; 300belt, 65deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 18x1-150/37, 12x1-88/27, 6-450TT
10 Kaiser Wilhelm II 1900
11 Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse 1901
12 Kaiser Karl der Grosse 1902
13 Kaiser Barbarossa 1901
Wittelsbach 5 14 Wittelsbach 1902 ger_bb42.gif 12798t, 126.8x20.8x8.0m, 12b,3vte, 14000hp, 17.5kts, 683p; 225belt, 50deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 18x1-149/37, 12x1-88/27, 6-450TT
15 Wettin 1902
16 Zähringen 1902
17 Schwaben 1904
18 Mecklenburg 1903
Braunschweig 2 19 Braunschweig 1904 ger_bb6.gif 14394t, 127.7x25.6x8.1m, 14b,3vte, 17000hp, 18.2kts, 743p; 225belt, 40deck, 250turrets, 300CT; 2x2-283/37, 14x1-173/37, 18x1-88/32, 6-450TT
20 Elsass 1904
BC Siegfried 6 1 Siegfried 1890 ger_bb34.gif 4236-4436t, 86.1x14.9x5.7m, 8b,2vte, 4700-5300hp, 15kts, 307p; compound; 240belt, 30(1-3,5)-50(4,6)deck, 200barbettes, 80(1-3,5)-160(4,6)CT; 3x1-238/32, 10x1-88/27, 3-450TT, 1-350TT
2 Beowulf 1892
3 Frithjof 1893
4 Heimdall 1894
5 Hildebrand 1893
6 Hagen 1894
Odin 2 7 Odin 1896 ger_bb34.gif 4236-4436t, 86.2x15.4x5.6m, 8b,2vte, 5000(7)-5600(8)hp, 15.5kts, 307p; 220belt, 70deck, 200barbettes, 120CT; 3x1-238/32, 10x1-88/27, 4-450TT
8 Ägir 1896

CRUISERS

CA Fürst Bismarck 1 1 Fürst Bismarck 1900 ger_cr33.gif 11461t, 127.0x20.4x8.5m, 12b,3vte, 13500hp, 18.7kts, 621p; 200belt, 30deck, 200turrets, 200CT; 2x2-238/37, 12x1-149/37, 10x1-88/27, 6-450TT
Prinz Heinrich 1 2 Prinz Heinrich 1902 ger_cr34.gif 9806t, 126.5x19.6x8.1m, 14b,3vte, 15000hp, 20kts, 567p; 100belt, 40deck, 150turrets, 150CT; 2x1-238/37, 10x1-149/37, 10x1-88/27, 4-450TT
Prinz Adalbert 2 3 Prinz Adalbert 1904 ger_cr35.gif 9875t, 126.5x19.6x7.8m, 14b,3vte, 17000hp, 20.5kts, 586p; 100belt, 80deck, 150turrets, 150CT; 2x2-209/37, 10x1-149/37, 12x1-88/32, 4-450TT
4 Friedrich Carl 1903
CL Bismarck 4 1 Blücher 1878 ger_cr26.gif 3386(1)-2994(2-4)t, 82.5(1)-82.0(2-4)x13.7x6.3m, 4b,1hse, 2500hp, 12.5kts, 404p; 10x1-149/22(2,3), 12x1-149/22(4), 2x1-88/27(2-4), 4x1-87/24(1), 13x5-37/20(1), 6x5-37/20(2-4), 3-450TT(1), 4-350TT(1)
2 Stosch 1878
3 Moltke 1878
4 Stein 1880
Carola 3 5 Carola 1881 ger_cr42.gif 2424t, 76.4x12.5x6.1m, 8b,1hc(5,6)-6b,1hc(7), 2100hp, 13.5kts, 269p; 6x1-149/20(5), 10x1-149/20(7), 2x1-105/32(5), 8x1-88/27(5,7), 2x1-87/22(6), 2x1-50/37(5), 10x5-37/20(7)
6 Olga 1881
7 Sophie 1882
Charlotte 1 8 Charlotte 1886 ger_cr27.gif 3763t, 83.9x14.6x6.9m, 8b,1hc, 3000hp, 13kts, 506p; 2x1-105/32, 16x1-88/27, 4x5-37/20
Irene 2 9 Irene 1888 ger_cr51.gif 5027t, 103.7x14.2x7.6m, 4b,2hc, 8000hp, 18kts, 365p; compound; 75slopes, 50deck, 50CT; 4x1-149/28, 8x1-105/32, 6x1-50/37, 3-350TT
10 Prinzess Wilhelm 1889
Kaiserin Augusta 1 11 Kaiserin Augusta 1892 ger_cr28.gif 6381t, 123.2x15.6x7.4m, 8b,3vte, 12000hp, 21kts, 430p; 70slopes, 50deck, 50CT; 14x1-149/32, 8x1-88/27, 4x5-37/20, 5-350TT
Gefion 1 12 Gefion 1894 ger_cr56.gif 4275t, 110.4x13.2x6.5m, 6b,2vte, 9000hp, 19kts, 212p; steel; 25slopes, 30deck, 30CT; 10x1-105/32, 6x1-50/37, 2x1-450TT
Victoria Louise 5 13 Victoria Louise 1899 ger_cr31.gif 6491(13-15)-6705(16,17)t, 110.6x17.4(13-15)-17.6(16,17)x6.8-7.3m, 12b,3vte(13-16)-18b,3vte(17), 10000hp, 19.5(13-15)-18.5(16,17)kts, 477p; 100slopes, 40deck, 100turrets, 150CT; 2x1-209/37, 8x1-149/37, 10x1-88/27, 3-450TT
14 Hertha 1898
15 Freya 1898
16 Vineta 1899
17 Hansa 1899
Gazelle 10 18 Gazelle 1900 ger_cr58.gif 2963(18,19)-3082(20-24)-3180(25-27)t, 105.0(18,19,25-27)-105.1(20-24)x12.2(18-24)-12.4(25-27)x5.5(18,19,25-27)-5.4(20-24)m, 8b,2vte(18,19)-10b,2vte(20)-9b,2vte(21-27), 6000(18)-8110(19)-9020(20-24)-8580(25-27)hp, 20(18)-22.1(19)-21.8(20-24)-21.5(25-27)kts, 249(18-24)-259(25-27)p; 50slopes, 25deck, 50shields, 80CT; 10x1-105/37, 3-450TT(18), 2-450TT(19-27)
19 Niobe 1900
20 Nymphe 1900
21 Thetis 1901
22 Ariadne 1901
23 Amazone 1901
24 Medusa 1901
25 Frauenlob 1903
26 Arcona 1903
27 Undine 1904
Bremen 2 28 Bremen 1904 ger_cr18.gif 3816t, 111.1x13.3x5.6m, 10b,2vte, 11750hp, 23kts, 288p; 80slopes, 35deck, 50shields, 100CT; 10x1-105/37, 2-450TT
29 Hamburg 1904
CLL Grille 1 1 Grille 1858 ger_cr39.gif 491t, 56.9x7.4x3.2m, 2b,1hc, 760hp, 14.4kts, 70p; 1x1-125/21, 2x1-79/25, 6x5-37/20
Zieten 1 2 Zieten 1876 ger_cr40.gif 1170t, 79.4x8.6x4.6m, 6b,2hc, 2000hp, 16kts, 94p; 6x1-50/37
Blitz 2 3 Blitz 1883 ger_cr45.gif 1486t, 78.4x9.9x4.4m, 8b,2hc, 2700hp, 15.6kts, 134p; 6x1-88/27, (2x1+1)-350TT
4 Pfeil 1884
Greif 1 5 Greif 1887 ger_cr48.gif 2266t, 102.6x9.8x4.3m, 6b,2hc, 5400hp, 18kts, 170p; 2x1-105/32, 8x1-88/27, 6x5-37/20
Schwalbe 1 6 Sperber 1889 ger_cr50.gif 1359t, 66.9x9.4x4.7m, 4b,2hc, 1500hp, 13.5kts, 117p; 8x1-105/32, 5x5-37/20
Bussard 2 7 Bussard 1890 ger_cr55.gif 1868t, 82.6x10.2x5.6m, 4b,2hte, 2800hp, 15.5kts, 161p; 8x1-105/32, 5x5-37/20, 2x1-350TT
8 Falke 1891
Meteor 2 9 Meteor 1891 ger_cr54.gif 1078(9)-1117(10)t, 79.9x9.6x4.5m, 4b,2vte, 4500(9)-5000(10)hp, 19(9)-19.5(10)kts, 115p; steel; 25slopes, 15deck, 30CT; 4x1-88/27, 3-350TT
10 Comet 1893
Seeadler 3 11 Seeadler 1892 ger_cr55.gif 1864t, 82.6x10.5x5.4m, 4b,2hte, 2800hp, 15.5kts, 161p; 8x1-105/32, 5x5-37/20, 2x1-350TT
12 Condor 1892
13 Cormoran 1893
Geier 1 14 Geier 1895 ger_cr55.gif 1918t, 83.9x10.6x5.2m, 4b,2hte, 2880hp, 15.5kts, 161p; 8x1-105/32, 5x5-37/20, 2x1-450TT
Hela 1 15 Hela 1896 ger_cr57.gif 2082t, 105.0x11.0x4.6m, 6b,2vte, 6000hp, 20kts, 178p; steel; 25slopes, 20deck, 30CT; 4x1-88/27, 6x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT

TORPEDO SHIPS

DD D1 2 1 D1 1887 ger_dd86.gif 300t, 56.1x6.6x3.4m, 2b,1vte, 2000hp, 20.6kts, 46p; 3x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
2 D2 1887
D3 2 3 D3 1888 ger_dd90.gif 300t, 57.6x6.8x3.2m, 2b,1vte, 2200hp, 20.3kts, 46p; 3x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
4 D4 1888
D5 2 5 D5 1889 ger_dd90.gif 406t, 59.6x7.4x3.5m, 2b,1vte, 3200hp, 22.6kts, 46p; 3x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
6 D6 1889
D7 2 7 D7 1891 ger_dd90.gif 410t, 59.7x7.4x3.4m, 2b,1vte, 3600hp, 22.5kts, 46p; 3x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
8 D8 1891
D9 1 9 D9 1894 ger_dd91.gif 458t, 63.0x7.7x3.7m, 3b,1vte, 4200hp, 23.5kts, 52p; 3x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
D10 1 10 D10 1898 ger_dd92.gif 371t, 66.1x6.0x2.4m, 3b,2vte, 5783hp, 27.2kts, 47p; 5x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
S90 12 11 S90 1899 ger_dd93.gif 394t, 63.0x7.0x2.8m, 3b,2vte, 5900hp, 27kts, 57p; 3x1-50/37(11-17,19-22), 1x1-50/37(18), 3x1-450TT(11-17,19-22)
12 S91 1900
13 S92 1900
14 S93 1900
15 S94 1900
16 S95 1900
17 S96 1900
18 Sleipner 1900
19 S98 1900
20 S99 1900
21 S100 1901
22 S101 1901
Taku 1 23 Taku 1898 ger_dd124.gif 284t, 59.0x6.4x2.6m, 4b,2vte, 5000hp, 27kts, 57p; 2x1-50/37, 2x1-450TT
S102 6 24 S102 1901 ger_dd93.gif 406t, 63.2x7.0x2.7m, 3b,2vte, 5900hp, 28kts, 57p; 3x1-50/37, 3x1-450TT
25 S103 1901
26 S104 1901
27 S105 1901
28 S106 1901
29 S107 1902
G108 6 30 G108 1902 ger_dd94.gif 440t, 65.8x6.7x2.9m, 3b,2vte, 6600hp, 28kts, 57p; 3x1-50/37, 3x1-450TT
31 G109 1902
32 G110 1903
33 G111 1902
34 G112 1902
35 G113 1902
S114 6 36 S114 1902 ger_dd95.gif 415t, 63.2x7.0x2.7m, 3b,2vte, 5900hp, 27kts, 57p; 3x1-50/37, 3x1-450TT
37 S115 1903
38 S116 1903
39 S117 1903
40 S118 1903
41 S119 1903
S120 5 42 S120 1904 ger_dd96.gif 468t, 64.7x7.0x2.6m, 3b,2vte, 6400hp, 27.5kts, 61p; 3x1-50/37, 3x1-450TT
43 S121 1904
44 S122 1904
45 S123 1904
46 S124 1904
TB Nr. XVIII 6 1-6 V1, 2, 5, 7-9 1884 ger_dd62.gif 61t, 32.8x3.8x1.8m, 1b,1vte, 590hp, 17.9kts, 14p; 2x5-37/20, 2-350TT
S7 17 7-23 S7-23 1885 ger_dd64.gif 98t, 37.7x4.9x2.2m, 1b,1vte, 725hp, 20.4kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
S24 7 24 S24 1886 ger_dd64.gif 103t, 37.7x4.8x2.3m, 1b,1vte, 840hp, 19.1kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
25 S25 1886
26 S27 1886
27 S28 1886
28 S29 1886
29 S30 1887
30 S31 1887
S32 1 31 S32 1886 ger_dd64.gif 119t, 39.1x5.3x2.5m, 1b,1vte, 900hp, 19.9kts, 20p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
S33 8 32 S33 1887 ger_dd64.gif 113t, 39.9x4.8x2.3m, 1b,1vte, 1100hp, 20kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
33 S34 1887
34 S35 1887
35 S36 1887
36 S37 1887
37 S38 1887
38 S39 1887
39 S40 1887
S42 1 40 S42 1889 ger_dd65.gif 153t, 44.2x5.0x2.6m, 1b,1vte, 1420hp, 22.2kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
S43 14 41 S43 1889 ger_dd65.gif 152t, 44.2x5.0x2.7m, 1b,1vte, 1571hp, 21.5kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
42 S44 1889
43 S45 1889
44 S46 1889
45 S47 1889
46 S49 1890
47 S50 1890
48 S51 1890
49 S52 1890
50 S53 1890
51 S54 1890
52 S55 1890
53 S56 1890
54 S57 1890
S58 8 55 S58 1892 ger_dd65.gif 152t, 44.3x5.0x2.6m, 1b,1vte, 1232hp, 20.2kts, 16p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-350TT
56 S59 1892
57 S60 1892
58 S61 1892
59 S62 1892
60 S63 1892
61 S64 1892
62 S65 1892
S66 1 63 S66 1893 ger_dd66.gif 172t, 47.9x5.4x2.7m, 2b,1vte, 1610hp, 22.1kts, 24p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
S67 7 64 S67 1893 ger_dd67.gif 166t, 47.9x5.4x2.6m, 1b,1vte, 1600hp, 21.9kts, 24p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
65 S68 1893
66 S69 1893
67 S70 1893
68 S71 1893
69 S72 1893
70 S73 1894
S74 1 71 S74 1895 ger_dd66.gif 186t, 49.9x5.5x2.8m, 2b,1vte, 2500hp, 23.7kts, 24p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
S75 7 72 S75 1895 ger_dd66.gif 180t, 49.0x5.3x2.9m, 2b,1vte, 1744hp, 22.3kts, 24p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
73 S76 1895
74 S77 1895
75 S78 1895
76 S79 1895
77 S80 1895
78 S81 1896
S82 6 79 S82 1897 ger_dd68.gif 170t, 48.2x5.1x2.6m, 2b,1vte, 2146hp, 25.3kts, 29p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
80 S83 1897
81 S84 1897
82 S85 1898
83 S86 1898
84 S87 1898
G88 2 85 G88 1898 ger_dd68.gif 177t, 48.7x5.0x2.8m, 2b,1vqe, 2468hp, 26kts, 29p; 1x1-50/37, (1+2x1)-450TT
86 G89 1898
TSS Ulan 1 1 Ulan 1876 ger_dd61.gif 438t, 38.0x8.0x4.6m, 4b,1vse, 800hp, 12kts, 41p; 3x5-37/20, 1-381TT

ESCORTS

PC Sirius 4 1-4 Sirius, Vega, Castor, Pollux 1889-1890 ger_es53.gif 52t, 22.6x4.6x1.6m, 1b,1vte, 200hp,; mines(4)

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

PG Wespe 11 1 Wespe 1876 ger_ot28.gif 1163t, 46.4x10.6x3.4m, 4b,2dc, 700hp, 10kts, 88p; iron- 203belt, 40deck, 203barbette, 20CT; 1x1-305/20, 2x1-87/22, 2x5-37/20, 2-350TT
2 Viper 1877
3 Biene 1877
4 Mücke 1878
5 Scorpion 1877
6 Basilisk 1880
7 Camaeleon 1879
8 Crocodill 1880
9 Salamander 1880
10 Natter 1881
11 Hummel 1881
Otter 1 12 Otter 1878 ger_ot34.gif 164t, 31.0x6.2x1.6m, 1b,2vse, 140hp, 8kts, 43p; small arms
Wolf 2 13 Wolf 1878 ger_ot35.gif 570t, 47.2x7.7x3.4m, 2b,1hse, 340hp, 8.5kts, 106p; 2x1-125/21(14), 1x1-87/22(13), 2x1-87/22(14), 1x1-50/37(13), 2x5-37/20(13), 3x5-37/20(14)
14 Hyäne 1879
Habicht 2 15 Habicht 1880 ger_ot36.gif 1005t, 59.2x8.9x4.2m, 2b,1hc, 600hp, 11kts, 127p; 5x1-125/21(15), 2x1-125/21(16), 5x5-37/20
16 Möwe 1880
Hay 1 17 Hay 1882 ger_ot38.gif 247t, 34.0x6.4x2.8m, 2b,1vc, 202hp, 9.3kts, 40p; 2x1-88/27
Brummer 1 18 Brummer 1884 ger_ot39.gif 929t, 64.8x8.5x4.8m, 2b,1dc, 1658hp, 14.1kts, 78p; compound- 160breastwork, 40deck; 1x1-209/28, 1x1-87/22
Iltis 6 19 Iltis 1898 ger_ot18.gif 1031(19,20)-1090(21,22)-1193(23,24)t, 65.2(19-22)-66.9(23,24)x9.1(19-22)-9.7(23,24)x3.6(19,20)-3.7(21,22)-3.1(23,24)m, 4b,2hte(19,20)-4b,2vte(20-24), 1300hp, 14.5(19,20)-14(21-24)kts, 130p; 2x1-105/37(21-24), 4x1-88/27(19,20)
20 Jaguar 1899
21 Tiger 1900
22 Luchs 1900
23 Panther 1902
24 Eber 1903
APG - 1 1 Lorelei 1886 ger_co141.gif 924t
PGR Tsingtau 2 1 Tsingtau 1904 ger_ot41.gif 280t, 50.1x8.0x0.9m, 2b,2vte, 1300hp, 13kts, 47p; 1x1-88/27, 1x1-50/37
2 Vaterland 1904
APGR - 1 1 Vorwärts 1899 ger_co142.gif 406t

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS

LC Pferdeboot 1 1 P.B.9 L.N.1 1904 german4.gif 14t, 10.5x3.4x0.6m, 1pe, 30hp, 13.5kts, 2p; 10t of cargo

MINE WARFARE SHIPS

ML Rhein 1 1 Rhein 1867 ger_mi129.gif 482t, 47.1x6.0x3.2m, 1b,1vse, 200hp, 9kts, 81p; 2x5-37/20, 100mines
Pelikan 1 2 Pelikan 1891 ger_mi130.gif 2424t, 84.2x11.7x5.1m, 2b,2vte, 3000hp, 15kts, 195p; 4x1-88/27, 400mines

 

 

 

Military

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Spoiler

Healthcare is expanded for military personal
Offer Extra pay for members of the military who are on ships, overseas or in hazardous duty
Military pay has been increased 1.5% across all ranks and rates
Military is also upping its paid leave to 30 days



Create a 3rd branch of the German armed forces named the German Luftstreitkräfte 

Create a German Coast Guard as a 4th branch of the military

it will assume the job of Search and Rescue fisheries law enforcement

, Defense of Colonial property and Defenses in the homeland, and International Ice Patrols and port and waterways security 
The primary mission of the Ice Patrol is to alert any seacraft traveling the great circle shipping lanes

between Europe and the major ports of the United States and Canada of the presence of any icebergs there

 

 

International Diplomacy

Spoiler

increase trading with the United States and declare our intentions of aligning to their nation
Accept the United States offer in purchasing the designs for the Arty
Declare a agreement of protection to the Netherlands
Offer to run a debt to Russia, on the terms that they work towards economic improvement and a more centralized and stable government, Offer to sell German made boots to the Russian Army
Declare that the German Army is going to grow its reserve force to be 400,000 men stronger over a two year period
Declare that the German people are stronger together when under a German super state and offer German heavy areas of Austria Hungary to join the German Empire a far more stable and unified nation.  Remind the German people in Austria Hungary that they are Special because of their rich and unique heritage and you should not forget that in the name of calling yourself one national identity, just because your government thinks you should not identify with your long and rich heritage.

 

Internal Affairs

Spoiler

The Kaiser declares that his new pay is now only 12 Marks a year
Increase taxes by 1% on the Top 5% of the Country's richest people to help offset the costs of the Military's personal pay increases and building costs

Request AG Vulcan to begin building 10 more slipways to allow the German Government to begin building more Military ships, Offer a 3 year tax break for AG Vulcan to offset the cost of the building of the new slipways,
Offer Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft a tax break of 3 years for them to build 10 slipways themselves

Send Protestant missionaries throughout German colonies to spread the Gospel

Construction

Spoiler

Begin the Expansion of the Kiel Canal the new maximum with is to be
Maximum length for ships passing the Kiel Canal is 235.50 metres (772.6 ft); with the maximum width of 32.50 metres (106.6 ft) these ships can have a draught of up to 7.00 metres (22.97 ft). Ships up to a length of 160.00 metres (524.93 ft) may have a draught up to 9.50 metres (31.2 ft).The bulker Ever Leader (deadweight 74001 t) is considered to be the cargo ship that to date has come closest to the overall limits. 

Begin building runways in Berlin, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Flensburg, Suderlugum, Borg, Munich, Dredson and Cottbus

Begin the construction of large airship hangers at the airforce air fields two airship hangers per airfield

 

 

Research

Spoiler

Research a Zeppelin with a max length of 540 feet  a Diameter of 61 feet 5 inches
Max speed of 48 mph
Cruise speed of 35 mph
Service Ceiling of 12000 feet
It must be abled to Carry 4500 pounds of bombs more with reduced fuel
Engines will be x4 Daimler Piston engines 150 hp each
Endurance 40 hours
two sets of quadruple elevators mounted at either end of the cylindrical section of
the hull and the rudders were mounted between the tips of the horizontal stabilizers

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Research out a new ship class called  Gunther Class Corvettes weight of the Corvette is
1200 tons LT
1350 tons FL
20 knots top speed

Renforced bow to cut though ice
Max range of 9500nm  at 12 knots
208 feet Draft of 10 feet 10 inches
Propulsion
2 shafts, 1 Parsons steam turbines 6500 HP
  (Konigsberg-Class Cruiser Modified)
engines are powered by 5 coal-fired Marine-type water tube boilers.

The boats standard outfit consists of 2 small fast boarding craft with a 3.5 inch German deck gun 2 life boats
The boat must be able to be refitted for the addition of 2x2 aft torpedo tubes and the addition of 2 more 3.5 inch deck guns if called to a major conflict, the additions of these items must be able to be made within 48 hours at any German port without the use of a dry-dock or slip. The ships must also be able to weather any Pacific Typhoon at sea,
The ships are to be Black hulled for vessels already in a full armed outload
3 3.5 inch deck guns 2x2 aft torpedo tubes
The white hulled ships focused on Fishery, Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement and Port security is to have White hulls (2 interdiction boats 2 life boats, 1 forward 3.5 inch deck gun. (Machine guns mounted near the bridge,
Ships with Ice operations are to have a Red hull and are to have the outfit of the White hulled ships

Operations

 

 

 

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Facts:

Spoiler

President: Armand Fallieres
Government: Republic (Third time is a charm!)
Population: 41,067,000 (Metropolitan France)
Colonial Population: 56,676,410
4,739,300 (Algeria)
1,900,000 (Tunisia)
2,550,000 (Mauritania)
2,505,240 (Madagascar)
4,523,000 (Senegal)
18,481,840 (Other Sub-Saharan Africa)
21,471,300 (French Indochina)
425,050 (French Guiana & Caribbean)
80,410 (New Caledonia & Oceania) 

Diplomacy: 

- Sell battleships Massena, Bouvet, and Charles Martel to Spain for 32 million Francs/Pesetas. Should Spain do something silly like devaluating it's currency before the sale goes through, the deal will be void.

- Allow USA a license to build canone de 75mm modele 1897 for domestic (non-export) use. License fee will be 7% cost of production as apparently it's not a private design and I can't just let private firms negotiate the terms.

- Allow Chile permission to license (for domestic use) canone de 65mm modele 1901. Terms to be negotiated with Schneider et Cie.

- Sell 3 Durandal class DDs to Ottoman Empire, at 90% of new build price
 

Doctrines: 
- Policy enacted last year calls for the construction of 16 new battleships by 1919. Given recent history, it is not unreasonable to expect a battleship will be delivered nearly 5 years after laying down. As such, to meet the demands of law, the navy seeks to lay down an average of 2 battleships per year for the next eight years with 4 being laid down this year to provide a buffer to the schedule and mostly meet Parliament's demand that 5 be laid down in 1906. 

- Analysis of Tsushima gives a likelihood of future naval engaments occurring chiefly at a range of 6000m. As the current torpedo in the French arsenal has a 3000m range the likelihood of battleships maneuvering into even maximum (and therefore least accurate) torpedo range is, remote. Additionally, the history of battleship Jauréguiberry highlights the dangers of torpedoes to their mother vessels. Having had three internal explosions caused by torpedoes in fewer than nine years of service, one resulting in significant flooding and downtime, though thankfully none involving a warhead detonation with subsequent loss of the ship. Therefore, with the remote probability of effective use and the real possibility of self-destruction, future French battleships will eschew internal mounting of torpedoes. Similarly, internal storage of naval mines will be omitted, both weapons systems being far more efficiently employed on specialized platforms. Presently equipped ships will have these weapons removed as is practicable during refits/ repairs.

- With the sale of the Massena, Bouvet, and Charles Martel; Brennus, Jaureguiberry, and Carnot will be removed from reserve status to active with the reserve crews of all 6 becoming the full crews of the 3, regular repair and refit schedules will keep the 3 remaining ships in active service until returned to reserve with the delivery of new battleships.

Research:

- Mod. Danton Battlship with 3 x 2 305mm and 4 x 2 240mm. Also omitting torpedo launchers and underwater mine stowage. Otherwise as IRL, though 94 tons lighters (tons saved by turret rearrangement and elimination of torpedoes/mines) 

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-  A 105mm Field gun to compliment the awesome RoF of the 75, with a little extra oompf for those that need more HE
- The Chauchat (based on this link indicating development in 1907 and wiki claiming it entered service sometime in 1908)

Operation: 
- Hail Mary!

Army:

Spoiler

 

Metropolitan France: 507,974 (26,153 officers)
Algeria: 56,003  (2,093 officers)
Tunisia: 19,460 (698 officers)

Colonial Army:

Spoiler

Pondichery: 124 Sepoys (2 European)
Indochina: 32,825 (14,398 European)
French Congo: 1,680 (202 Eur)
Madagascar: 12,680 (3,847 Eur)
French West Africa: 9,402 (2,363 Eur)
French Caribbean: 1,060
New Caledonia: 581



Total of active and reserves: 2,350,000
Total Territorial army and reserves: 2,000,000

 

Navy:

Spoiler

Battleships: 
1x Couronne (Gunnery Training Ship)
1x Redoutable (reserve)
2x Devastation (reserve)
1x Amiral Duperre (reserve)
4x Terrible (reserve)
2x Amiral Baudin (reserve)
1x Hoche 
3x Marceau (reserve)
1x Brennus (reserve)
5x Charles Martel (3 res, 2 active)
3x Charlemagne
1x Henri IV
1x Iena
1x Suffren
2x Republique (finishing Turn 4)
4x Liberte (3 due Turn 9; 1 launched turn 6, due Turn 10)

Armoured Cruisers:

1x Dupuy Dr Lome

4x Amiral Charner

1x Pothuau

1x Jeanne D'Arc

3x Gueydon

3x Dupleix

4x Gloire

3x Leon Gambetta (1 due Turn 6 )

1x Jules Michelet (due turn 8)

1x Ernest Renan ( launched turn 2, due turn 9)

2x Edgar Quinet (1 launched turn 7, due turn 20 , 1 launched turn 9, due turn 22 )

 

Protected cruisers:

1x Sfax (reserve)

1x Tage (reserve)

1x Amiral Cecille 

1x Davout 

1x Suchet (reserve)

3x Forbin (1 reserve)

3x Troude 

3x Linois

3x Alger 

3x Friant 

2x Descartes

3x D'Aseas

2x Catinat

1x D'Entrecasteaux

1x Guichen

1x Chateaurenault

2x D'Estrees

1x Jurien de la Graviere

Torpedo Cruisers:

4x Condor (reserve)
2x Wattignies (reserve)
7x Bombe (reserve)
2x Levrier (reserve)
3x D'Iberville
2x Dunois
1x Foudre

Destroyers:

3x Durandal
3x Framee
4x Pertuisane
20x Arquebuse
13x Claymore (1 due turn 2, 2 turn 6, 1 turn 8, 3 turn 9, 1 turn 11, 2 turn 12, 1 turn 13, 2 turn 14) (slipways clear: 3 turn 2, 1 turn 5,  2 turn 6, 1 turn 7, 2 turn 9, 1 turn 10,  1 turn 12)
10x Branlebas (1 due turn 11, 5 turn 12, 2 turn 13, 2 turn 20) ( slipways clear: 4 turn 8, 2 turn 9, 2 turn 10, 1 turn 12, 1 turn 15)

Sea-Going Torpedo boats:

6x Balny (reserve)
4x Ouragan (reserve)
3x Coureur (reserve)
6x Avant-Garde (reserve)
6x Agile (reserve)
1x Corsaire 
1x Mousquetaire 
1x Chevalier
2x Averne
2x Argonaute 
2x Filibustier
1x Forban
1x Mangini 
5x Cyclone
6x Mistral
1x Takou

Coastal Torpedo boats of  52- 101 tons: 243 vessels

4x No. 126 class
15x No. 130
27x No. 145
29x No. 172
92x No. 201
77x No. 293

Coast Defense Ships

1x Tonnere (reserve)
1x Tempete (reserve)
1x Furieux (reserve)
4x Fusee (reserve)
4x Acheron
2x Jemmapes 
2x Bouvines

Submarines

1x Gymnote (experimental)
1x Gustave Zede (electric only)
3x Morse (electric only)
1x Narval (steam/electric)
4x Sirene (steam/electric)
4x Farfadet (electric)
20x Naiade (gas/electric)
1x Dauphin (gas/electric)
1x 'Z' (diesel/electric experimental)
2x Aigrette (diesel/electric)
6x Emeraude (diesel/electric)  (2 turn 12, 2 turn 16, 2 turn 20)

Sloops:

1x Kersaint
1x Crocodile
1x Comete
3x Surprise
1x Gabriel Charmes 

Edited by El_Judarino

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Chile Turn 1:

 

Army: 

20,000 Soldiers

70 7.7cm FK 96

80,000 Mauser 1894 rifles

30,000 Mauser 1894 carbines

25,000 Mauser 1904 rifles

 

Navy: 

1 Captain Prat class battleship; Captain Prat

1 Cohrane class ironclad; Cochrane

1 Huáscar class monitor; Huáscar

1 Esmeralda class armored cruiser; Esmeralda

2 Presidente Errázuiz class protected cruisers; Presidente Errázuiz, Presidente Pinto

1 Blanco Encalada class protected cruiser; Blanco Encalada

1 Ministro Zenteno class protected cruiser; Ministro Zenteno

2 Alimarante Lynch class Patrol Gun Torpedo Boats; Alimarante Lynch, Alimarante Condell

1 Alimarante Simpson class Patrol Gun Torpedo Boat; Alimarante Simpson

4 Capitán Orella class destroyers; Capitán Orella, Capitáin Muñoz Gamero, Teniente Serrano, Guardiamrina Riquelme

3 Capitán Merino Jarpa class destroyers; Capitán Merino Jarpa, Capitán O'Brien, Capitán Thomson

1 Sargente Aldea class Torpedo boat; Sargente Aldea

7 Ingeniero Hyatt class Torpedo boats; Ingeniero Hyatt, Cirujano Videla, Ingeniero Mery, Teniente Rodriguez, Ingeniero Mutilla, Guardiamarina Conteras

1 Magallanes class gun Boat; Magallanes

1 Pilcomayo class gun boat; Pilcomayo

 

Presidente: Germán Riesco

Government: Parliamentary Republic

 

Diplomacy: 

Sell the armored cruiser Esmeralda, and the 2 Protected cruisers of the Presidente Errázuiz class to the Ottoman Empire for 9 million Pounds

 

Purchase a license for the Canon de 65mm Modèle 1902 and for the ammunition

 

Sell the 3 Torpedo gun notes of the Alimarante Lynch and Alimarante Simpson class to Spain for 9.4 million Peseta

 

 

Internal: 

Begin a major expansion of of the current state owned ammunition factories to be able to produce shells up to 167mm in size and expansion of current gun making facilities to encompass more than just building rifles, up to 77mm guns in size.

 

Begin work on expanding the current mines in the North to mine Copper as well, which is too be sold in the market the same as the Nitrates mined from the region.

 

Construction: 

Begin construction of housing in the mining districts to house the miners and their families, they are to be of a higher quality than the current housing, which is to be torn down after the current housing is completed and all miners have a home.

 

Military: 

Publish the 1906 Fleet Expansion Budget and Plan:

  • 2 Armored Cruisers to be procured by June 1907 or later
  • 2 Protected Cruisers to be procured by June 1907 or later
  • 6 Torpedo Boat Destroyers to be procured by June 1907 or later

Maximum fund allotted to the program: £3,700,000

 

Put out Tenders for the 3 types of ships listed above:

Chilean 1906 Armored Cruiser Tender: 

 

A maximum displacement of 16,000 tons carrying a uniform armament at least 210mm or larger guns, but with a maximum size of 254mm and with a minimum broadside of 6 guns, a torpedo armament may be allowed or omitted. Naval mine capacity are to be omitted from the design. A top speed of 27 knots is desired but not required

 

Chilean 1906 Destroyer Tender

 

A maximum displacement of 800 tons carrying an armament of at minimum, three 102mm guns, a strong torpedo armament with a minimum of two tubes though more are desired. A top speed of at least 29 knots is desired with a range of 1,100 nautical miles. Armor protection should be omitted beyond gun shields for the gun crews. 

 

Chilean 1906 Protected Cruiser Tender: 

A maximum displacement of 7,000 tons carrying an armament of at minimum, a broadside of 8 150mm guns with a maximum caliber of 173mm. Torpedo tubes may be fitted to the design or omitted to save weight. A top speed of at least 28 knots is desired heavily with a range of 4,800 nautical miles a cruising speeds. Armor protection against same caliber shells from a range of 7,200 yards.

 

Operations:

Operation Gold X

Edited by blazefire2000

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Romanian Army:

132,120 infantry (40,000 more available for rapid mobilization during war, includes territorial forces)

22,800 cavalry (21,000 more available for rapid mobilization during war, includes territorial forces)

360 75mm Krupp M-1903 field artillery pieces  

60 Siege cannons 

18 Krupp 57mm Krupp Quick Firing Mountain guns 

(Artillery within forts isn't counted) 


Romanian Navy:

1 Elizabeta class light cruisers

3 Năluca class torpedo boats

Griviţa class gunboat

3 Rahova class gunboats

3 Oltul class gunboats

1 Alexandru cel Bun class gunboat

3 Monteano class gunboat

Diplomacy

Send diplomats to France, Britain, the UK, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, America, and Italy to begin improving relations between those countries and Romania. 

Request that the developed nations in the world send industrial advisors and aid to Romania to assist in it's industrialization 

Formally request that the Austro-Hungarian Empire allow province of Transylvania hold a referendum on whether to stay in the Empire or join Romania. 

Internal Affairs

Begin explorations to find oil in the south and southeastern regions of the country, especially around the developed oil industry near Ploiesti. 

Begin explorations to find and map more coal deposits in Oltenia to support the growth of the Romanian coal industry to improve the country

Begin government investment to improve Industry throughout the country. Offer tax breaks and grants to new businesses and subsidies for more established ones. 

Institute a national public education system, seeking to build schools across the country and man them with competent teachers to educate the population.

Military

Construction

Begin work on two dockyards in Constanta. The first one is set to have two slipways capable of holding 500 tons, and the second one slipway of 1000 tons. These will be owned by the government, though the laborers who construct them will then be opened to the private sector to help build commercial shipyards. 

Research

Constanta class gunboat

 

Spoiler

weight: 500 tons

Length: 200 feet

Top Speed: 15 knots

Engines: Two steam boilers connected to three shaft engine

Armament: 2 5 inch cannons

Three 75mm cannons

Ten machine guns

Machine Gun

Spoiler

Cartridge: 6.5×53mmR

Rate of fire: Around 600 rounds per minute

Feed system: 250 round cloth belt

Muzzle Velocity: 800m/s

Weight: 170Lbs

Crew: 4

 

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Turn 1 Moderation

 

Kingdom of Spain

 

Military:

-        The protected cruiser Reina Regente will be launched Turn 3, not completed then. Completion is estimated as Turn 15.

-        Two Furor class torpedo boat destroyers have been laid down in Cartagena. Estimates for launch are T7, and completion T12.

-        The battleship Pelayo has been docked in el Ferrol, and is being stripped as the first part of her reconstruction. Associated work & orders have been made. Estimated completion date is Turn 17.

-        The submarine Peral has been retrieved from storage, and is being re-equipped with her old equipment where possible, with replacement items being ordered where required.

-        The Spanish Legion has been formed. On paper.

-        The old Real Fabrica de Artilleria de La Cavada is to be re-opened. The sight and adjacent land is being surveyed for the necessary buildings. Any needed plant has also been ordered.

-        As it stands, the Spanish Naval Plan is likely to over-run in terms of both time and budget.

 

Economy:

-        Recruitment for the vague and poorly defined Spanish Legion has begun! Literally nobody knows what they are in for.

-        State loans are offered out like cake.

 

Internal affairs:

-        A complex of sheds have been set up around a well on the outskirts of El Aaiun.

-        A similar collection of sheds has been erected near Bata, Spanish Guinea. 

-        Mining expeditions into Western Sahara have begun. Just carrying their prospective equipment, nothing else.

-        Surveying for a railway line between Cabo Blanco & El Aaiun in Western Sahara has started, so that a route can be designed.

-        Haphazard railways are being started, between the locations of the cake-loans.

-        Educational costs for those aged between 6 and 16 will be taken up by the Government, beginning with the next academic year (1906-7).

-        Ambitious attempts to get small-arms manufactories producing naval ordinance have begun, at six different sites.

 

Foreign Affairs:

-        Torpedo boats have been purchased from Chile. Their crews have been sent to collect them. They should arrive in Spain next turn.

-        The purchase of 8.8cm/45 SK L/45 has not been confirmed by Germany, and has not occurred as a consequence.

-        Bouvet, Massena & Charles Martel have been purchased from France. They will arrive in Spain at the start of next turn.

 

Researches:

-        Relampago is rejected as being unfeasible.

-        The others are not, and their next stages will be told in PM.

 

United States of America

 

Diplomacy:

-        Cuba is suspicious but hopeful.

-        France has confirmed the deal for the 75mm mle 1897. The USA can produce them for domestic need only, with a 7% license fee per weapon.

-        Germany has also agreed to a deal, but without a license fee, it seems.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        USS Rhode Island is commissioned amongst much pomp & ceremony; commentators still feel as though it lacks the oomph of a European equivalent, however.

-        The Fortifications Act passes through Congress with relative ease.

-        The US Marine Corp now has a maximum size of 15,000 men.

 

Research:

-        Spokane will be dealt with in PM.

-        Smith class destroyer will be researched, ready T8.

-        M1903 (1906) will be researched, ready T5.

 

Ottoman Empire

 

Military:

-        Abdul Kabir is being broken up where she lies, so that the construction slot can be repaired and used again.

-        Other assorted repairs are taking place across the dockyard.

-        Additional workers are hired to assist in these repairs, to begin their training once production resumes.

 

Economics:

-        Internal custom duties have been scrapped, leading to a reduction in local authority spending power.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        The Constitution of 1876 and its associated works have been reinstated by order of the Sultan.

-        The first elections to the Upper and Lower Houses of the new parliament will be held next year.

-        Multiple persons are to be sent out to Tripolitania & Mesopotamia in the search of oil. All resources will be consulted for any aide they may provide.

 

Diplomacy:

-        An agreement has been reached with the British government regarding HMS Superb. It will finish its current stint in harbour service, then be sold to you, for ~twice its scrap value.

-        Three Durandal class destroyers have been purchased from France.

-        The order in Germany has not been confirmed, therefore has not gone ahead.

 

Austria-Hungary

 

Military:

-        Military budget is increased by more than a third.

-        A recruitment drive with a target of 20,000 men has begun. It is expected to be a success by the end of the year.

-        50 9cm Feldkanone M75/96 will be ready by the end of the year.

-        Posters are being prepared to try and increase the numbers of educated members of ethnic minorities in the military.

-        German and Hungarian officers are at a disadvantage due to the new scheme, and are unhappy about it.

-        The Naval Law has been formulated.

 

Construction:

-        All existing railways that are not Austrian gauge are to be converted to said gauge, beginning with the railways that are closest to existing Austrian gauge railways.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        The “Worker’s Agency” designed to help workers, has been setup in Zagreb.

-        All citizens are now equal. Naturally, the Germans and Hungarians are displeased with these changes.

 

Research:

-        Schwarzlose M.7 machine gun will be researched, ready T6.

-        8cm FK M.5 has already been designed. However, it is currently experiencing some production difficulties.  

 

Second (German) Empire

 

Military:

-        All military personnel now have extra employment bonuses

-        An independent flying service has been created.

-        A Coast Guard has been created as well.

-        Plans to increase the total strength of the German army by 400,000 in 2 years have been announced to the world.

-        The intention of the 2nd Empire to become Großedeutschland have been made apparent in various leaflets distributed near the Austro-Hungarian border

 

Internal affairs:

-        The Kaiser has a massive pay cut, and now has to receive state support due to his low income.

-        The top 5% of earners have had their tax contribution increased. Naturally, they aren’t happy about it.

-         AG Vulcan Stettin laughs in you face at the thought of such a huge project for so little benefit.

-        Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft doesn’t exist, and therefore cannot accept any tax breaks. Or build any production slots for that matter.

-        Protestant Missionaries have been sent to all German Colonies, to spread Lutheranism.

 

Construction:

-        Expansion of the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal is rejected as being unnecessary and extremely expensive.

 

Research:

-        Zeppelin design is rejected as unfeasible.

-        Gunther class corvette is also rejected for that reason.

 

Third Republic of France

 

Diplomacy:

-        Massena, Bouvet & Charles Martel have been sold to Spain for 32,000,000 Peseta.

-        The USA have accepted the terms for the domestic production license of the 75mm mle 1897

-        Chile have also reached an agreement for the domestic production license of the 65mm/50 Mle 1902 with Schneider et cie

-        The three Durandal class destroyers have been sold to the Ottoman Empire for 90% of their build price.

 

Doctrines:

-        The expected rate of construction has been laid out before Parliament.

-        The example of Jingleberry is quite convincing, so when the ships next come in for a long refit, their torpedo tubes will be removed. Questions have been raised about the future of the weapon on smaller ships.

-        Brennus, Jingleberry and Carnot have returned to active from the Reserve, using the crews from the sold ships to reach a full complement.

 

Research:

-        Judified Danton will be researched, ready Turn 9.

-        The designers of Schneider et Cie got through too much wine to remember anything about a 105mm field gun 

-        Colonel Chauchat gets no work done, due to constant messages from the French Government & associated bodies

 

Republic of Chile

 

Diplomacy:

-        The Ottoman Empire has not confirmed the deal, so it has not gone through.

-        An agreement with Schneider et Cie has been reached for a domestic production license for the 65mm/50 mle 1902 & its ammunition for a 7% fee per weapon & round.

-        Three torpedo boats have been sold to Spain for 9,400,000 Peseta.

 

Internal:

-        Machinery is being searched for from overseas for the production of the required calibres. The various Government gun foundries are being surveyed in preparation for the new buildings as part of this. Small arms manufactories are unable to reach the dizzying heights you want them to.

-        The Government has begun pumping funding into the mines of northern Chile, to allow them to increase their extraction capacity.

 

Construction:

-        Along the same vein of thought, houses for the extra workers and their dependents are being added to existing mining settlements.

 

Military:

-        The planned naval expansion has been approved by parliament. However, there is concern relating to the budget and the quality of the ships to be obtained.

-        The three tenders have been distributed to the world. Responses will be received next turn.

 

Kingdom of Romania

 

Diplomacy:

-        Through diplomatic missions and business contacts, feelers have been put out to try and gain advisers & advocates to aid the industrialisation of Romania.

-        Austria-Hungary laughs at your request, and rejects it out of hand.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        Prospectors for both oil and coal have been sent out.

-        In addition, means of growing home industries are being used.

-        A National Curriculum for Romania is being worked out by the Ministry for Education. It aims to create a competitive and comprehensive system of education to prepare Romania for the future and what is brings.

 

Construction:

-        A dockyard for the Marina Regală will be built in Constanta. As it is designed for the construction, reconstruction and repair of warships, it will be a full sized complex. As such it will be very expensive, particularly as all plant must be imported, and will be a long time in completing.

 

Research:

-        Constanta class gunboat is rejected as being too vague. A napkinwaffe if you will

-        Machine Gun is rejected as being unfeasible.

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Kingdom of The Netherlands

Leader: Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria

Type of Govt: Constitutional monarchy

Image result for flag of the netherlands

 

 

Navy:

2 ironclads

12 coastal defense monitors

6 unprotected cruisers (Altjeh class)

30 gunboats

13 first class torpedo boats

15 second class torpedo boats

25 third class torpedo boats

6 protected cruisers

6 coastal defense ships

19 colonial ships 

Army:

140,000-200,000 troops upon full mobilization both regulars for landsweer and reservists 

70,000 regulars 

30,000 regulars (peacetime)

remaining volunteers

 

Artillery:

Model Caliber Max. range From Produced Weight, kg fire rate, RPM Comment
Krupp 7.5 cm Model 1903 (7-veld) 75mm 6000 1904 304 1079 8 partly license-built or upgraded to Siderius Model 02/04
Krupp light field gun M1878 (8-staal) 84mm 3500 1878 108 1517 2.5  
12.5cm Krupp medium field gun 125mm 8500 1878 108 3450 1.5 former fortress gun, upgraded in 1920's
12.5cm Krupp heavy field gun 150mm 8800 1878 72 4700 1 former fortress gun, upgraded in 1920's

 

Fortress and siege guns[edit]

See [3] for geographic distribution of coastal defenses and fortresses in continental Netherlands. The listing below do include both army and land-based Navy weapons, but do not include 47mm guns, which are counted as anti-tank guns.

  • Bofors 37 mm, 45 or 50 calibers barrel length : 23 pieces, of them 12 imported and 11 license-produced
  • 75mm guns, 40 calibers barrel length : 63 pieces (2 distinct Krupp types, 5000m range, rapid-fire)
  • 120mm guns, 40 calibers barrel length : 18 pieces (2 distinct Krupp types, 12500m range, 9 RPM fire rate)
  • 149.1mm or 152.4mm guns, 30 calibers barrel length: 5 (type unknown)
  • 149.1mm or 152.4mm guns, 35 calibers barrel length: 6 (type unknown)
  • 149.1mm or 152.4mm guns, 40 calibers barrel length: 21 (Krupp guns, 14200m range, 9 RPM fire rate)
  • 240mm guns, 30 calibers barrel length: 11 (Krupp guns of 19th century, 8000m range, 0.25 RPM fire rate)

Infantry guns[edit]

Model Caliber Max. range From Produced Weight, kg fire rate, RPM Comment
Krupp light field gun M1894 (6-veld) 57mm 5000 1894 210 700 5.5  

infantry weapons:

Rifles:

Type Base model Maker Rounds Cartridge From: Produced Weight Comment
Dutch Mannlicher M1895 Gewehr 1888 Steyr-Mannlicher 5 6.5×53mmR 1895 470000 3.95 kg also 8 derived carbine models
                 

Pistols:

                 
MAS 1873 revolver MAS 1873 revolver Chamelot-Delvigne 6 11mm French Ordnance (11.46×30mm) 1873  ? 1.04 kg for support units
Mauser C96 Mauser C96 Mauser, Hanyang Arsenal 10 7.63×25mm Mauser 1899  ? 1.13 kg Dutch East Indies only

 

 

Internal affairs:

military recruitment is being pushed to full mobilization.

parliament convened about priorities in military branch advancement.

 

External Diplomacy and Affairs:

sending diplomat to germany to sign protectorate agreement.

sending diplomats to other european nations and asian nations as well as south american and north america on trade agreements.

moving to purchase manufacture license from france for warships and supplies to build them.

sending diplomat to belgium to try to negotiate return of lands formally belonging to the dutch.

 

 

Construction:

Submarine HNLMS O1

Laid down: 1 June 1904
Launched: 8 July 1905
Commissioned: 21 December 1906
Class and type: Unique submarine
Displacement: 105 tons - 124 tons
Length: 20.42 m (67 ft 0 in)
Beam: 4.08 m (13 ft 5 in)
Draught: 2.79 m (9 ft 2 in)
Propulsion:
Speed:
  • 8.5 kn (15.7 km/h; 9.8 mph) surfaced
  • 8 kn (15 km/h; 9.2 mph) submerged
Range:
  • 200 nmi (370 km; 230 mi) at 8 kn (15 km/h; 9.2 mph) on the surface
  • 24 nmi (44 km; 28 mi) at 6 kn (11 km/h; 6.9 mph) submerged
Complement: 10
Armament: 1 × 18 inch bow torpedo tube

 

 

Name: Marten Harpertszoon Tromp
Builder: Rijkswerf, Amsterdam
Laid down: 1903
Launched: 15 June 1904
Commissioned: 5 April 1906
Decommissioned: 1927
General characteristics
Class and type: Unique coastal defence ship
Displacement: 5,210  tons
Length: 100.78 m (330 ft 8 in)
Beam: 15.19 m (49 ft 10 in)
Draught: 5.69 m (18 ft 8 in)
Propulsion: 6,400 hp (4,800 kW), two shafts
Speed: 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h)
Complement: 340
Armament:
Armour:
  • 6 in (15 cm) belt
  • 8 in (20 cm) barbette
  • 8 in (20 cm) turret

 

Research:

Railway Artillery( not sure in specifics yet)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Turn 1 Events & Operations:

 

        In German colonies across the globe, Lutheran missionaries have arrived: some have begun to search for sites for missions; others are already out spreading the word of God. This has been met with similar missions from other denominations, including Anglicanism, Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox. Kamerun & Togoland are particular hot-spots of activity.

 

         In Southern Germany and Austria, civil unrest has increased. It is still at a simmering level, however. Hungarian contentment has also decreased.

 

       One of the best Austro-Hungarian intelligence officers, Alfred Redl, has fled to Russia after an attempted assassination attempt left several members of the public dead. The source of this attempt remains shrouded in mystery, with some newspapers pointing the finger at Germany, others at Italy and others at the Ottoman Empire. All of them have motive, due to them being Austria-Hungary’s rivals in various spheres.

 

15 hours ago, SovietMyulisha said:

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You haven't posted your Nation Sheet/Character Sheet, and as a result are not allowed to post turns yet. 

As its your first turn, on your first one of these, there will be no penalty. 

In the future, you will not be so fortunate. 

 

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Turn 1 Researches

 

USA: Spokane class scout cruiser

 

A development of the Chester class cruiser USS Salem currently being built, the Spokane is notably enlarged. This allows it to carry a much enhanced armament:

- 2 x 2 7”/44 Mk 2 on Mk 3 mounts

- 8 x 1 6”/50 Mk 8 on Mk 10 mounts

- 2 x 1 3”/50 Mk 6 on Mk 5 mounts

- 4 21” Torpedo Tubes, submerged and on the beam

 

These are arranged in a conventional manner, with the two turrets (essentially downscaled 8”/45 Mk 6 Mk 12 mounts) distributed forward and aft, the 6” guns in casemates amidships and the 3” guns just ahead of the after superstructure, such that it is. The torpedo rooms are underneath the superstructures, along with the 6” magazine forward and 3” magazine aft.

 

The hull follows the Chester’s lines, but it carries the shelter deck along its full length.

To complement this aesthetically pleasing hull, there are five equally sized, equally distanced.

 

However, whilst the ship is much larger, it only has two more boilers compared to the much smaller ship. As a result, the ship has just less than 19,000shp. Consequently, as the Spokane is much larger than the Salem, but only has a little more power, the ship is expected to be slower, although how much slower remains to be seen.

 

The detailed drawings are expected to be ready T4, with the test 7”/44 Mk 2 Mk 3 mount being tested that turn as well.

 

Spain: RFAL 30.5cm/45 1906

 

Laying the base for a resurgence of Spanish naval power, this weapon is likely intended to be used on battleships and in the coastal defence role.

    A blueprint for it has been drawn up, and the test gun has been ordered. It will be ready to test T3.

 

Spain: STAR 100

 

The source material has been purchased in fair quantity, through private channels. Said examples are now being reverse engineered so that the planned changes can be trialled. The first trial example is expected T3.

 

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Turn 2 April-July 1906

Army

Spoiler

Army Size:
856,500 Infantry
61,000 Cavalry
63,000 Artillery men
7,400 Engineers
 
Military Equipment
Sidearms
Smith and Wesson No. 3
Browning No.2/M1903
 
Rifles

Mauser M1887

Mauser M1890
Mauser M1893
Mauser M1893/03
Snider-Enifield Mk III
Peabody-Martini-Henry M1874
Remmington Rolling Block M1866
Winchester M1866
 
Machine guns
Maxiam guns
Hotchkiss M1900
 
Artillery
Krupp 7.5cm Model 1903
7.7cm FK 96 n.A.

Navy

Spoiler

 

Frigates(Fırkateyn)

Mehmed Selîm- torpedo school ship

 

Corvette (Korvet)

Beyrût- screw corvette

İskenderiye

Meriç- decomissioned

Mansûre- screw corvette

Muzaffer

Heybet Nümâ- corvette

Zuhâf- corvette

Kilid Bahir

 

Coastal & Harbor defense 

Necm-i Şevket- stationary ship at Salonika

Hifz-ur Rahman- coast defense turret ship

Avnillah- casemate ironclad

Muin-i Zafer

Feth-i Bülend- casemate ironclad

Mukaddeme-i Hayir- casemate ironclad- disarmed

Iclaliye- barbette battery ironclad

 

River monitor (Zırhlı Duba)

Feth-ül İslâm

Semendire Memdûhiye- decommissioned

Hizber

 

Battleships

Abdül Kadir- underconstruction- broken kneel 

 Asar-i Şevket- barbette battery ironclad- poor condition

Asar-i Tevfik- barbette battleship 

Mesûdiye- modern battleship 

Hamidiye- central battery ironclad- training target hulk 

Osmaniye- central battery ironclad- poor condition 

Aziziye- poor condition 

Orhaniye- poor condition 

Mahmudiye- poor condition 

 

Cruiser (Kruvazör)

Lûtf-ü Hümâyûn- 3rd class unprotected cruiser- disarmed

Peyk-i Şevket- torpedo cruiser- under construction

Berk-i Satvet- under construction

Mecidiye- protected cruiser

Hamidiye- protected cruiser

 

Torpedo steam boat (Torpido stimbotu)

Burhâneddîn-unfit for service

Tevfik- unfit for service

Mecidiye- unfit for service

Eser-i Terakki- unfit for service

Nimet- unfit for service

Şanaver- unfit for service

Timsah- unfit for service

Şemşir-i Hücûm- decommissioned

 

Torpedo boat (Torpido botu)

Mahabbet- out of service

Satvet- out of service

Gilyum- unfit for service

Sâikı- unfit for service

Tîr-i Zafer- unfit for service

Seyf-i Bahrî- unfit for service

Vesîle-i Nusret- unfit for service

Nâsır

Fâtih

Nusret

Şahâb

Târık

Pervîn

Sehâm

Ejder- unfit for service

Berk Efşân

Tayyâr

Hamidiye

Abdül Mecid

Akhisar

Alpagot

Antalya- turn 4

Urfa- turn 4

Ankara- turn 4

Tokad- turn 4

Draç- turn 5

Kütahya- turn 5

Mûsul- turn 5

 

Destroyer (Muhrip)

Samsun- modern destroyer 

Yahisar

Taşoz

 

 Submarine (Denizaltı)

Abdül Hamid

Abdül Mecid

 

Manpower

6 Vic-Admirals

11 Rear Admirals

208 captains

289 commanders

228 lientenants

187 ensigns

30,000 sailors

9,000 Marines 

 

Military

Dockyard clearing turn 2

Contact Louis Marie Daudeteau and request either he or a representative of his demonstrates his Model 1895 B carbine and Model 1895 S carbine. If the rifles seem to be of good quality and use to our Calvary and Navy, order 300 of each for field testing

Strip all battleships unfit for service of their armaments and have them stored until a use for them is found

Economics

Increase tariffs on foreign imports from 5% to 10%. 

Begin stripping all weapons off of torpedo boats unfit for service  and offer their hulks for sale to scrapping companies, both foreign and local

Have to iron mines increase production of ore in anticipation for the French built railway 

Internal Affairs

 

Move to end the abuse of the Armenian citizens of the Empire by replacing the local authorities to abused their power with a mix of new Turkish officials  and elected Armenians who'll follow the specifications given on the Armenians in the Treaty of Berlin(1878)

Order 250 15cm howitzers (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/15_cm_schwere_Feldhaubitze_M_94) and 150 10cm mountain guns (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/10_cm_Gebirgshaubitze_M_8) from Austria-Hungary

Diplomacy

Order 200,000 M1903 Mauser rifles from Germany

Since Germany did no respond to the cruiser order, permit the Navy to purchase the cruisers offered by the nation of Chile, the  protected cruisers will be named Drama and Doxato, and the Armored cruiser Erzerum.

Also since many of our current battleships are extremely outdated, make a bid on the French battleship Carnot for £460,000. To sweeten the deal, give France concessions so that they may be able to construct a railway connecting the cities of Beirut, Baghdad and Basra.

Operations

Köstebek

Research & Development

 

Edited by Ptank2012

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France Turn 2



Army:

Navy: 




Diplomacy:


- Accept Chilean Military fact-finding mission and spend the next several months showing them the vast array of manufactures available from the French arsenal. The Chauchat program is the only one they're prohibited from getting near the key documents and processes on. Though, should Messr. Chauchat have a well functioning proto-type in hand while the mission is around, arrange for them a demonstration in the name of promoting future export.

- Encourage Louis Marie Daudeteau to give his demonstration to the Ottoman Empire, also arrange for a trial of the gun in France, this time among a company of reservists on exercise. The gun will be trialed alongside the Berthier Mle 02, both to be chambered in 8mm Lebel. While the Lebel, with it's large magazine continues to be the preferred rifle for the regular army, there are concerns that reservists, emergency conscripts (both being out of practice) and colonials (being typically... uneducated) would face a loss of combat effectiveness when reloading the Lebel under fire. As such, a simpler rifle (one of these two) is to be accepted for mass production for reserve and colonial use, while the Lebel shall remain the front-line rifle. 

- Sell Battleship Carnot to the Ottoman Empire for 460,000 British pounds (11M Francs and some change). The crew will be sent to observe the fitting out of Republique, with special attention given toward encouraging any of them near the end of their service to consider a career in shipbuilding at the end of their enlistment. They will also be made available for any part of construction that their skills may render them fit for (likely just muscle work, but the galley crew can prepare meals for the workers at least). The purpose of this is twofold: 1.) To hopefully direct men to the profession of shipbuilding after enlistment and establish a naval tradition of such 2.) To get the crew more intimately attached to "Their" ship. Esprit de Corps is important after all. 

- Establish a commission to promote the funding of a BBB railway (Beirut, Baghdad, Basra), advertising the project as a prelude to the future Trans-Saharan Railway and a way to cut passenger traffic out of the Red Sea/Suez so that waterway will experience less congestion obstructing the way of valuable bulk trade. The next financial quarter (next turn) will see to the details of assembling an expedition to hire guides and begin charting the necessary route should any interest materialize. Our allies, the British, will be appraised of our concession and included in any strategic planning concerning the railway once completed, as it could provide additional throughput between the Eastern Med and Arabian Sea. 

- Affirm the settlement with Spain over spheres of influence in Morocco, as detailed by Spain last turn.

- Send the naval fact-finding mission to the UK as per history and make arrangements with Parsons et al to license the necessary patents to begin marine turbine manufacture in France. 

- Allow the offer of the Edgar Quinet Design to meet the Chilean tender for an armored cruiser of 16k tons. Knowing that it largely falls short of the desired specifications, point the Chileans at research slot 2.

- Encourage private shipbuilders to try their hand at proposals to meet the Chilean tender for a protected cruiser. As an inducement, the navy sees a use for 4-8 vessels of similar capability to the Chilean request.
 

On 7/6/2017 at 5:24 PM, Wake_Island said:

Declare that the German people are stronger together when under a German super state and offer German heavy areas of Austria Hungary to join the German Empire a far more stable and unified nation.  Remind the German people in Austria Hungary that they are Special because of their rich and unique heritage and you should not forget that in the name of calling yourself one national identity, just because your government thinks you should not identify with your long and rich heritage.

- Copy the above declaration with the following edits:
"Declare that the French people are stronger together when under a French super state and offer French heavy areas of Germany (Alsace-Lorraine/Elssas-Lothringen) to join the French Republic, a far more democratic and egalitarian nation. Remind the French people in Germany that they are special because of their culture and sophistication and they should not forget that in the in the shadow of Boche oppression, just because their government feels they should ignore their long and rich heritage."

Buy a front-page advertisement of the above in the Major papers of Paris, London, Vienna, New York, and Strasbourg. Commission the good folks at Punch to add the following illustration to the advertisement:

Spoiler

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In the ensuing Diplomatic crap-fest likely to emerge, kindly inform the German ambassador that his countrymen's similar declaration of before was felt in exactly as poor a taste as he received our statement. We'll happily revert our position on the issue to that of status quo just as soon as Germany similarly so amends their bombast.

- Order 240 10cm Gebirgshaubitze M8 mountain artillery pieces from Austria-Hungary as well as a license to produce spare parts and ammunition domestically.

Internal Affairs: 

- The announcement of increasing German armament, as well as the Kaiser's bold foreign policy declarations have, understandably, cast French politics into something of a crisis. After all, the last time "German nationalism" was big news turned out to be a rather hard time for France. 

- Recruitment efforts shall be made among the French metropole, colonies and the FFL funding expanded in an effort to meet German militarism with a further 100,000 volunteers.

- The political right, long having pushed for a "three-year conscription bill" will be met by the center left and it's desire for a "progressive income tax" to fund this expanded army (as per history, 2% on the top 2%). The Center-left (led by Armand Falliers) is willing to go along with this in light of the German threat, will the right swallow the income tax for the "Three-year law"? (asking for a Dom-mod here please).

- To placate the "Offensive at the Utmost" school in the army in the face of German aggression, 480 Rimailo M1904TR artillery pieces will be ordered to add a "fortress busting" capability to the already impressive French artillery.

- A reorganization of the Army shall take place next quarter to better prepare for the changing strategic situation.

- The plan to lay down 4 new battleships this year has been delayed to 1907 at the earliest. Parliament re-affirms it's commitment to a strong navy going forward (still insisting on at least 16 new battleships by 1919) and to remove any doubt as to it's sincerity, pledges the funding for a further 8 armored cruisers in the same time frame.

- Given the potential for war it is deemed essential to work to correct the present bottleneck in French shipbuilding: shortage of skilled labor. As such, as presently building ships are completed, France will move workers between yards to increase the pace of finishing presently laid ships as fast as possible (they may soon be needed after all). It is understood that this is a great hardship for the workers, in recompense, the government will double their wages for the period of dislocation and waive any remaining service requirement they may have as a member of the reserve military (so long as they shall remain employed in the shipbuilding business or their commitment would otherwise expire). Legally, this policy is only binding for the state owned yards, but should any private builders wish to participate, their workers will receive the same benefit (bonus pay coming from the government). Similarly, such patriotism on behalf of private builders will be duly remembered. Any workers to whom this would still represent too great a hardship will not be force relocated, as there will be improvement projects taking place at their "home" yard while it is empty in which they may be employed (though sans bonuses).

- Several shipbuilding infrastructure projects will be undertaken to improve their future efficiency:

  • The building of a new covered slipway, Point-du-Jour at Brest
  • The enlargement of Dock No1 and lock gates at St. Nazaire
  • The construction of a floating dock 200m x 40m (larger than IRL: 181m x 37m) for fitting out at Bordeaux 
  • The construction of 2 more identical floating docks where their location would be advantageous (Brest and Toulon?)
  • The construction of large turbine assembly workshops at La Seyne and Cherbourg (only La Seyne IRL)
  • A 30% increase in the presently existing number of large naval gun casting pits (could not find actual numbers, but this is a production bottleneck)
  • The construction of a direct rail link between Brittany, Nomandie and Picardie to connect the major industrial and ship building regions of the country while bypassing the Paris-Centric nature of 9/10s of the rail network
  • A similar rail-link running North-South from Picardie, through St. Etienne, en route to Toulon joined by a "tributary" from Brie-Longwy to St. Etienne.
  • Additional cranes where advantageous for ship assembly at: A.C. Loire, Arsenal de Brest, Chantiers de Penhoet, Arsenal de Lorient, A.C. Gironde, and F.C. Mediterranee, La Seyne
  • Expansion of the above 6 yards (and three others) to be capable of building ships up to 200m in length (should they not already be so capable. 

- The Funding for the above two naval programs shall be drawn from the sales of the three battleships to Spain and the one to Turkey. I believe the money exceeds the costs of the improvements, but should it prove insufficient, about half of the above projects shall derive their funds from their historic sources and the sale money used for the new improvements.

- To attract new young men to the shipbuilding industry, allow the yards to issue a waiver for conscripted military service to individuals they wish to hire. Hired workmen can trade one year of regular service for a 4 year commitment to work in the shipbuilding industry, 2 for 8, etc... This should assure the yards no shortage of willing workers and the yards will be assured of work to do for the foreseeable future. 


Research:

- (Ju)Danton research continues (due turn 9)
-  Armored cruiser "Marshall Ney" 

Spoiler

Essentially a stretched (8m longer) Edgar Quinet design featuring 4 x 2 240mm/50 main armament, 34 x 1 75mm secondary armament and an extra 8 boilers (48  vs 40) for 43,200 hp. The extra boilers will occupy space formerly taken up by the magazines/barbettes of the single turrets on each of the ship's "corners" (bringing the undersized fore and aft funnels to the same size as the intermediate 4) and shall feed their power to 4 turbines (driving four shafts) in lieu Edgar Quinet's 3 shaft/VTE arrangement. Edgar Quinet's basic armor scheme is to be retained. Due to the concentration of the armament into fewer turrets and barbettes (numbers gleaned from Danton and Democratie in John Jordan's book) about 400 tons is saved compared to Edgar Quinet's turret armor, this weight should be added to the upper deck armor (I think going from 30 to 40 mm adequately disposes of this savings) displacement of design should come in at about 16,000 tons. Speed is hoped to be in excess of 26 knots (looking at Invincible's Length: Beam ratio, HP and displacement, gives me hope that this is reasonable)

TLDR:
Displacement: 16,000 (standard)
Length: 168m 
Beam: 21.5m
Draught: 8.5m
Power: 48 Belleville boilers for 43,200 HP
Propulsion: 4 Parsons Turbines
Speed: 26 knots (?)
Range: (probably abysmal once we learn about direct drive turbines... 3000 nmiles?)
Crew: 947
Main armament: 4 x 2 240mm/50
Secondary armament: 34x1 75mm
Armor: 
-Belt: 150mm, 70mm fore, 40mm aft
-Decks: 40mm upper, 65mm main
-Turrets: 188-225mm (as Danton)

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- Chauchat LMG



Operations:
-Hali Mary continued.

Edited by El_Judarino

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Turn 2

 

 

Military Numbers:

 

Navy:

 

Spoiler

23/24 Shipyards occupied

 

 

Battleships: 13 Active, 12 under construction


Mississippi Class: 2 under construction (1 ready Feb 1908, 1 Ready April 1908)


Connecticut Class: 6 under construction (1 Ready Sep 1906, 1 June 1906, 2 March 1907, 1 April 1907, 1 March 1908)


Virginia Class: 5 under construction (2 ready May 1906, 1 Feb 1906, 1 Sep 1906, 1 July 1907, 


Maine Class: 3

Illinois Class: 3

Kearsarge Class: 2

USS Iowa

Indiana Class: 3


Armored Cruisers: 7 active, 6 under construction


Tennessee Class: 4 under construction (1 Ready July 1906, 1 August 1906, 1 May 1908, 1 July 1908)


Pennsylvania Class: 4 Active, 2 Under construction (1 ready August 1907, 1 Jan 1908)


USS Brooklyn

USS New York

USS Texas


Protected Cruisers: 17 Active, 2 Under Construction

 

St. Louis Class: 1 Active, 2 under construction (1 Ready June 1906, 1 Dec 1906)

Denver Class: 6
New Orleans Class: 2

Columbia Class: 2

Cincinnati Class: 2

USS Olympia

USS San Francisco

USS Baltimore

USS Newark


Scout Cruisers:

 

Chester Class: 3 under construction (2 Ready April 1908, 1 Ready August 1908)

 

 

Armed Merchant Cruisers: 2 Active, 2 in reserve


USS Buffalo

USS Prairie (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Panther (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Yankee

 

 

Monitors: 11

 

Arkansas Class: 4

USS Monterey

Amphitrite Class: 4

USS Puritan 

USS Katahdin (technically a ram ship)


Torpedo Boat Destroyers: 16

 

Bainbridge Class: 13
Truxtun Class: 3

 


Submarines: 8


Plunger Class: 7

 

USS Holland

 

 

Torpedo Boats: 32

 

 

Blakely Class: 9

Bagley Class: 3

USS Manley

USS Somers

USS Bailey

USS Goldsborough

USS Stringham

MacKenzie Class: 2

Talbot Class: 2

USS Morris

Davis Class: 2

USS Farragut

Dahlgren Class: 2

USS Rowan

Porter Class: 2

Foote Class: 3

USS Ericsson 

USS Cushing

 

 

Gunboats: 12 active, 4 reserve

 

Dubuque Class: 2

USS Marietta

USS Wheeling (Currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Princeton

USS Newport

USS Vicksburg (Currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Annapolis

USS Helena

USS Wilmington

USS Nashville

USS Castine (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Machias

USS Concord

USS Petrel

USS Yorktown (currently in decommissioned reserve)

USS Nantucket

Patrol Yacht: 5


Colliers: 12

 

USS Aberenda

USS Ajax

USS Brutus

USS Caesar

USS Hannibal

USS Lebanon

USS Leonidas

USS Marcellus

USS Nero

USS Saturn

USS Southery

USS Sterling

 

Auxiliary Ships:

 

USS General Alava (Cargo Ship)

USS Solace (Hospital Ship)

USS Commodore (Receiving Ship)

USS Cumberland (training ship)

USS Essex (training ship)

USS Hancock (transport ship)

USS Hartford (training ship)

USS Constellation (training ship)

USS Philadelphia (receiving ship)

USS Dixie (transport ship)


Harbor Tug Boats: 

 

USS Wahneta

USS Pawtucket

USS Sotoyomo

USS Triton

USS Fortune

USS Powhatan

USS Active

USS Modoc

USS Mohawk

USS Algonquin

USS Pawnee

USS Vigilant

USS Choctaw

Army:

 

Spoiler

100,000 Infantry

 

25,000 Cavalry

 

100,000 National Gaurd

 

Field Guns: 

 

663 M1905 3 inch guns

 

372 M1897 3.2 inch guns

 

 

Coastal Artillery: 

 

Six 12 inch guns

 

Three 10 inch guns

 

Four 6 inch guns

 

Twenty Four 12 inch Mortars

 

One 5 inch gun

Revenue Cutter Service:

 

Spoiler

USRC Mohawk

 

USRC Tuscarora

 

USRC Seminole

 

USRC Thetis

 

USRC McCulloch

 

USRC Gresham

 

USRC William WindoM

 

USRC Galveston

 

USRC Winona

 

USRC Lot M. Morrill

 

USRC Hudson

 

USRC Bear

 

USRC Commodore Perry

 

USRC Levi Woodbury

 

Internal Affairs:

 

Sign the Antiquities act in law. This act allows the President to restrict certain parcels of public land that have historical or conservation value. 

 

Pass the Meat Inspection act and the Pure Food and Drug act. 

 

 

Military:

 

Holding Commissioning Ceremonies for the 2 Virginia Class Battleships coming online. 

 

Hold Commissioning Ceremonies for the Connecticut Class Battleship coming online. 

 

Commission the St Louis Class cruiser coming online. 

 

Submit plans for initial building program for Philippine defenses. (details PM'ed)

 

Adopt the French Canon de Modele 1897 at a standard 75mm field peice. The gun will be designated the M1897 75mm Gun. 

 

Adopt the German 15 cm sFH 02 howitzer as a standard 105mm Howitzer. The gun will be designated the M1902 105mm Howitzer. 

 

Send the designs for the M1897 75mm Gun and the M1902 105mm Howitzer to US steel and weapons manufacturers to prepare for production for the United States. 

 

Research:

 

Cancel research for the Spokane class Cruiser. However continue development of the 7"/44 mount. 

 

 

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Small information of country

Spoiler

 

Leader: Emperor Franz Joseph I

Government: Constitutional Monarchy

Population: 48.8 Million

Ethinic Groups: German, Hungarians, Czechs, Poles, Ukrainians/Ruthenians, Romanian, Italians, Slovenes, Croats, Serbians, Slovaks

 

 

Austria-Hungary Army

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Army:

450,000 Infantry/Officers

75,000 Mountain infantry

50,000 cavalry Units

Firearms:

400,000 Manlicher M1895

200,000 Manlicher M1888

150,000 Rast & Gaster M1898 pistol

Artillery:

300 7 cm Gebirgsgeschütz M 99

300 8 cm Feldkanone M. 99

150 9 cm Feldkanone M 75/96

20 10 cm Feldhaubitze M 99

300 12-cm Kanone M 80

200 15 cm Kanone M 80

100 15 cm Mörser M 80

300 15 cm schwere Feldhaubitze M 94

100 18 cm kurze Kanone M 80

50 Škoda 19 cm vz. 1904 coastal guns

 

 

 

 


Austria-Hungary Navy:

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20,000 Active sailors

BB Erzherzog Albrecht 1 1 Erzherzog Albrecht 1874 ah_bb_4.gif 5980t, 89.7x17.2x6.7m, 8b,1hrcr, 3969hp, 12.8kts, 540p; iron- 205belt, 175casemates; 8x1-235/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Custoza 1 2 Custoza 1875 ah_bb_6.gif 7731t, 95.0x17.7x7.9m, 8b,1hrcr, 4158hp, 13.7kts, 548p; iron- 230belt, 175casemates; 8x1-263/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Tegetthoff 1 3 Tegetthoff 1881 ah_bb_12.gif 7431t, 89.4x21.8x7.6m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 15.3kts, 575p; iron- 370belt, 40deck, 370casemates, 175CT; 6x1-235/32, 5x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 9x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 2-356TT
Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1 4 Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1889 ah_bb_14.gif 5075t, 87.2x17.1x6.6m, 10b,2vc, 8000hp, 17kts, 430p; compound- 230belt, 25deck, 280turrets, 50CT; 2x1-305/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1 5 Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1889 ah_bb_16.gif 6829t, 97.6x19.3x7.4m, 10b,2vc, 6000hp, 15.5kts, 447p; Harvey- 305belt, 70deck, 250turrets, 75CT; 3x1-305/32, 6x1-120/31, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Monarch 3 6 Monarch 1898 ah_bb_18.gif 5645(6,8)-5636(7)t, 99.2x17.0x6.4m, 7b,2vte(6,7)-16b,2vte(8), 8500hp, 17.5kts, 426p; NS- 270belt, 40deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 6x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 10x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 2-450TT
7 Wien 1898
8 Budapest 1898
Habsburg 3 9 Habsburg 1902 ah_bb_20.gif 8823(9,11)-8748(10)t, 114.6x19.9x7.5m, 16b,2vte, 15000hp, 19.5kts, 638p; 220belt, 40deck, 280turrets, 200CT; (1x2+1x1)-238/37, 12x1-149/37, 10x1-66/42, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
10 Árpád 1903
11 Babenberg 1904

CRUISERS

CA Radetzky 1 1 Radetzky 1873 ah_cr_1.gif 3956t, 79.1x14.3x7.0m, 4b,1hse, 3385hp, 13.4kts, 450p; 15x1-149/24, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 3x5-47/22, 3-356TT
Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1 2 Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1894 ah_cr_18.gif 6026t, 113.7x16.3x6.8m, 10b,2hte, 9000hp, 19kts, 475p; Harvey- 100belt, 60deck, 100turrets, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 8x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 4-450TT
Kaiser Karl VI 1 3 Kaiser Karl VI 1900 ah_cr_19.gif 6864t, 119.0x17.3x6.8m, 18b,2vte, 12000hp, 20.8kts, 535p; Harvey- 220belt, 60deck, 200turrets, 200CT; 2x1-238/37, 8x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 16x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
CL Saida 1 1 Saida 1879 ah_cr_5.gif 2662t, 79.4x13.1x5.8m, 4b,1hse, 1790hp, 12kts, 359p; 8x1-149/24, 1x1-66/16, 2x1-47/30
Panther 2 2 Panther 1885 ah_cr_8.gif 1557t, 73.2x10.4x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5940(2)-6380(3)hp, 18.4(2)-18.7(3)kts, 186p; steel- 12deck; 2x1-120/31, 4x1-47/40, 6x5-47/22, 4-356TT
3 Leopard 1886
Tiger 1 4 Tiger 1888 ah_cr_10.gif 1657t, 76.0x10.6x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5700hp, 18.6kts, 188p; steel- 12deck; 4x1-120/31, 6x1-47/40, 4x5-47/22, 4-356TT
Kaiser Franz Joseph I 2 5 Kaiser Franz Joseph I 1890 ah_cr_12.gif 4494t, 103.7x14.8x5.7m, 10b,2hte, 8450hp, 19kts, 367p; steel- 57hull, 38deck, 90barbettes, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 3x1-37/20, 4-400TT
6 Kaiserin Elisabeth 1892
Donau 1 7 Donau 1894 ah_cr_23.gif 2306t, 70.0x12.8x5.6m, 4b,1vc, 1300hp, 10kts, 333p; 10x1-120/31, 1x1-66/16, 4x5-25/41
Zenta 3 8 Zenta 1899 ah_cr_14.gif 2503(8)-2625(9)-2562(10)t, 96.9x11.7x4.2m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 20.8kts, 308p; steel- 50slopes, 40deck, 35casemates, 50CT; 8x1-120/37, 8x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
9 Aspern 1900
10 Szigetvár 1901
CLL Zrinyi 1 1 Zrinyi 1871 ah_cr_6.gif 1353t, 69.1x10.5x5.0m, 2b,1hse, 1000hp, 11kts, 210p; 2x1-149/18, 4x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 2x5-47/22

TORPEDO SHIPS

PGT Zara 2 1 Zara 1881 ah_dd_10.gif 852t, 67.2x8.2x3.7m, 5b,2vc, 2600hp, 14.3kts, 148p; 4x1-87/22, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 1x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, (2+2x1)-356TT
2 Spalato 1880
Sebenico 1 3 Sebenico 1882 ah_dd_10.gif 890t, 69.7x8.2x3.4m, 4b,2vc, 1344hp, 12.8kts, 135p; 2x1-120/37, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 4x1-37/20
Blitz 2 4 Blitz 1888 ru_dd_142.gif 426t, 59.0ppx6.9x2.1m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 61p; 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT(5), (1+1x1)-356TT(4)
5 Komet 1889
Meteor 1 6 Meteor 1889 ah_dd_39.gif 436t, 57.0ppx6.8x2.6m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 60p; 9x1-47/30, (1+1x1)-450TT
Planet 1 7 Planet 1890 ah_dd_42.gif 525t, 67.1x7.0x2.8m, 4b,2vte, 3500hp, 19.6kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Trabant 1 8 Trabant 1890 ah_dd_6.gif 540t, 67.0x8.0x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 3800hp, 20.1kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Satellit 1 9 Satellit 1893 ah_dd_45.gif 616t, 68.9x8.1x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 4000hp, 23kts, 86p; 1x1-66/37, 6x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Magnet 1 10 Magnet 1896 ah_dd_49.gif 510t, 67.5ppx8.2x3.3m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 26kts, 80p; 6x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
TB I 1 1 I 1875 ah_dd_16.gif 10t, 20.7x2.6x1.2m, 1b,1vse, 184hp, 18kts, 9p; 1x1-37/20
XI 12 2-13 XI, XII, XV-XVIII, XX-XXIV, XXVI 1884-1886 ah_dd_20.gif 55t, 34.3x3.8x1.7m, 1b,1vc, 600hp, 18-19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20(2-6,12,13), 1x1-37/20(7-11), 2-356TT(7-11)
Adler 2 14 Adler 1886 ah_dd_23.jpg 100t, 41.2x4.2x1.7m, 2b,1vc, 1300hp, 22kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
15 Falke 1886
Sperber 2 16, 17 Sperber, Habicht 1886 ah_dd_25.gif 93t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 970hp, 18.5kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
Bussard 20 18-37 Bussard, Condor, Geier, Uhu, Würger, Kranich, Reiher, Ibis, Rabe, Elster, Kukuk, Staar, Krähe, Flamingo, Sekretär, Weihe, Marabu, Gaukler, Harpie, Kibitz 1886-1891 ah_dd_33.gif 88t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 1000hp, 19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
XXVII 2 38, 39 XXVII, XXXII 1886-1888 ah_dd_20.gif 55t, 34.3x3.8x1.7m, 1b,1vc, 600hp, 18-19kts, 16p; 1x1-37/20, 2-356TT(39)
XXXIII 1 40 XXXIII 1887 ah_dd_20.gif 70t, 36.8x4.5x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 700hp, 17kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
XXXIV 6 41-46 XXXIV-XXXIX 1889-1891 ah_dd_32.gif 64t, 36.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 750hp, 20.3kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
Natter 1 47 Natter 1896 ah_dd_32.gif 166t, 47.3x5.3x2.8m, 2b,1vte, 2200hp, 24kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Viper 1 48 Viper 1896 ah_dd_36.gif 124t, 45.0x4.5x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 1900hp, 25kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Boa 4 49 Boa 1898 ah_dd_36.gif 132t, 46.6x4.7x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 2000hp, 24.5kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
50 Cobra 1898
51 Python 1899
52 Kigyo 1900

ESCORTS

AY - 1 1 Dalmat 1896   260t

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

PG Albatros 2 1 Albatros 1874 No picture 570t, 46.0x8.3x3.4m, 400hp, 10kts, 99p; 2x1-149/24, 1x1-83/17
2 Nautilus 1874
RMON Leitha 2 1 Leitha 1872 ah_of_21.gif 315t, 50.6x8.1x1.1m, 2b,2vte, 700hp, 8kts, 59p; steel- 44side, 25deck, 50CT; 1x1-120/33, 2x1-47/40
2 Maros 1872
Körös 2 3 Körös 1892 austro1.gif 448t, 54.0x9.0x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1200hp, 10kts, 72p; 50side, 19deck, 75(3)-50(4)CT; 2x1-120/31, 2x1-66/37
4 Szamos 1892
Temes 2 5 Temes 1904 austro2.gif 486t, 57.7x9.5x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1400hp, 13kts, 86-89p; 40side, 25deck, 75CT; 2x1-120/33, 1x1-120/8, 2x1-37/42
6 Bodrog 1904

COASTAL FORCES

YPR A 1 1 A 1895 No picture 33t, 22.0x3.5x1.1m, 200hp

MINE WARFARE SHIPS

ML Dromedar 1 1 Dromedar 1891 No picture 175t, 32.0x5.4x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 25p; 2x1-47/30, 50mines
Salamander 1 2 Salamander 1892 No picture 286t, 39.6x8.1x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 28p; 2x1-47/30, 90mines
Basilisk 1 3 Basilisk 1903 No picture 314t, 46.0x7.9x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 550hp, 11kts, 40p; 2x1-47/40, 145mines

 

 

Diplomacy:

1.  Request Germany to stop with their ridiculous attempt to convince the proud German people of Austria-Hungary to unite with them, if they do not stop we will immediately cut all diplomatic ties with them at once. If they truly wish to cooperate with their fellow German brother then they will oblige with this request.

 

2. Allow france to license for ammo and parts of the 10 cm gebirgshaubitze

 

Military:

1.  Build 250 15 cm schwere Feldhaubitze M 94 and 150 10 cm gebirgshaubitze (This will be purchased and shipped to the Ottomon Empire)

2. Recruit and train 20,000 troops (done by turn 4)

3. build 50 9cm Feldkanone M 75/96  (done by turn 4)

4. Ships listed are being built now or in the future and will go through the usual process of being laid down and such. (All done by Jan 1st 1910)

Spoiler

BATTLESHIPS

BB Custoza 1 1 Custoza 1875 ah_bb_6.gif 7731t, 95.0x17.7x7.9m, 8b,1hrcr, 4158hp, 13.7kts, 548p; iron- 230belt, 175casemates; 8x1-263/20, 6x1-87/22, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 5x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, 4-356TT
Tegetthoff 1 2 Tegetthoff 1881 ah_bb_12.gif 7431t, 89.4x21.8x7.6m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 15.3kts, 575p; iron- 370belt, 40deck, 370casemates, 175CT; 6x1-235/32, 5x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 9x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 2-356TT
Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1 3 Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stefanie 1889 ah_bb_14.gif 5075t, 87.2x17.1x6.6m, 10b,2vc, 8000hp, 17kts, 430p; compound- 230belt, 25deck, 280turrets, 50CT; 2x1-305/32, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1 4 Kronprinz Erzherzog Rudolf 1889 ah_bb_16.gif 6829t, 97.6x19.3x7.4m, 10b,2vc, 6000hp, 15.5kts, 447p; Harvey- 305belt, 70deck, 250turrets, 75CT; 3x1-305/32, 6x1-120/31, 2x1-66/16, 5x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2x1-37/20, 4-400TT
Monarch 3 5 Monarch 1898 ah_bb_18.gif 5645(5,7)-5636(6)t, 99.2x17.0x6.4m, 7b,2vte(5,6)-16b,2vte(7), 8500hp, 17.5kts, 426p; NS- 270belt, 40deck, 250turrets, 250CT; 2x2-238/37, 6x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 10x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 2-450TT
6 Wien 1898
7 Budapest 1898
Habsburg 3 9 Habsburg 1902 ah_bb_20.gif 8823(9,11)-8748(10)t, 114.6x19.9x7.5m, 16b,2vte, 15000hp, 19.5kts, 638p; 220belt, 40deck, 280turrets, 200CT; (1x2+1x1)-238/37, 12x1-149/37, 10x1-66/42, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
10 Árpád 1903
11 Babenberg 1904
Erzherzog Karl 3 12 Erzherzog Karl 1906 ah_bb_22.gif 10472t, 126.2x21.8x7.5m, 18b,2vte, 18000hp, 20.5kts, 638p; 210belt, 55deck, 240turrets, 220CT; 2x2-238/37, 12x1-190/40, 12x1-66/42, 4x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 4x1-37/42, 2-450TT
13 Erzherzog Friedrich 1907
14 Erzherzog Ferdinand Max 1907

CRUISERS

CA Radetzky 1 1 Adria 1873 ah_cr_1.gif 3956t, 79.1x14.3x7.0m, 4b,1hse, 3385hp, 13.4kts, 450p; 15x1-149/24, 2x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 3x5-47/22, 3-356TT
Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1 2 Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia 1894 ah_cr_18.gif 6026t, 113.7x16.3x6.8m, 10b,2hte, 9000hp, 19kts, 475p; Harvey- 100belt, 60deck, 100turrets, 50CT; 2x1-238/32, 8x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 6x1-47/30, 4-450TT
Kaiser Karl VI 1 3 Kaiser Karl VI 1900 ah_cr_19.gif 6864t, 119.0x17.3x6.8m, 18b,2vte, 12000hp, 20.8kts, 535p; Harvey- 220belt, 60deck, 200turrets, 200CT; 2x1-238/37, 8x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 16x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
Sankt Georg 1 4 Sankt Georg 1905 ah_cr_21.gif 8070t, 124.3x19.0x6.8m, 12b,2vte, 15000hp, 22kts, 535p; 210belt, 50deck, 210turrets, 200CT; 1x2-238/37, 5x1-190/40, 4x1-149/37, 2x1-66/16, 6x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
CL Panther 2 1 Panther 1885 ah_cr_8.gif 1557t, 73.2x10.4x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5940(1)-6380(2)hp, 18.4(1)-18.7(2)kts, 186p; steel- 12deck; 2x1-120/31(2), 4x1-66/40(1), 4x1-47/40(2), 6x5-47/22(2), 4-356TT(2)
2 Leopard 1886
Tiger 1 3 Lacroma 1888 ah_cr_10.gif 1657t, 76.0x10.6x4.3m, 6b,2vc, 5700hp, 18.6kts, 188p; steel- 12deck; 6x1-47/40
Kaiser Franz Joseph I 2 4 Kaiser Franz Joseph I 1890 ah_cr_12.gif 4494t, 103.7x14.8x5.7m, 10b,2hte, 8450hp, 19kts, 367p; steel- 57hull, 38deck, 90barbettes, 50CT; 2x1-149/37, 6x1-149/33, 2x1-66/16, 12x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 4-400TT
5 Kaiserin Elisabeth 1892
Zenta 3 6 Zenta 1899 ah_cr_14.gif 2503(6)-2625(7)-2562(8)t, 96.9x11.7x4.2m, 8b,2vte, 8160hp, 20.8kts, 308p; steel- 50slopes, 40deck, 35casemates, 50CT; 8x1-120/37, 8x1-47/40, 2x1-47/30, 2-450TT
7 Aspern 1900
8 Szigetvár 1901

TORPEDO SHIPS

PGT Zara 2 1 Zara 1881 ah_dd_10.gif 852t, 67.2x8.2x3.7m, 5b,2vc, 2600hp, 14.3kts, 148p; 4x1-87/22, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/30, 1x5-47/22, 2x5-25/41, (2+1x1)-356TT
2 Spalato 1880
Sebenico 1 3 Sebenico 1882 ah_dd_10.gif 890t, 69.7x8.2x3.4m, 4b,2vc, 1344hp, 12.8kts, 135p; 2x1-120/37, 1x1-66/16, 4x1-47/40, 4x1-47/30, 4x1-37/20
Blitz 2 4 Blitz 1888 ru_dd_142.gif 426t, 59.0ppx6.9x2.1m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 61p; 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT(5), (1+1x1)-356TT(4)
5 Komet 1889
Meteor 1 6 Meteor 1889 ah_dd_39.gif 436t, 57.0ppx6.8x2.6m, 2b,1vte, 2600hp, 21kts, 60p; 9x1-47/30, (1+1x1)-450TT
Planet 1 7 Planet 1890 ah_dd_42.gif 525t, 67.1x7.0x2.8m, 4b,2vte, 3500hp, 19.6kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Trabant 1 8 Trabant 1890 ah_dd_6.gif 540t, 67.0x8.0x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 3800hp, 20.1kts, 84p; 2x1-66/37, 8x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Satellit 1 9 Satellit 1893 ah_dd_45.gif 616t, 68.9x8.1x2.4m, 4b,2vte, 4000hp, 23kts, 86p; 1x1-66/37, 6x1-47/40, (1+1x1)-450TT
Magnet 1 10 Magnet 1896 ah_dd_49.gif 510t, 67.5ppx8.2x3.3m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 26kts, 80p; 6x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
DD Huszár 11 1 Ulan 1906 austro3.gif 414t, 68.4x6.3x1.9m, 4b,2vte, 6000hp, 28kts, 70p; 1x1-66/42, 7x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
2 Streiter 1906
3 Wildfang 1907
4 Scharfschütze 1907
5 Uskoke 1907
6 Turul 1908
7 Pandur 1909
8 Csikós 1909
9 Reka 1909
10 Dinara 1909
11 Velebit 1909
TB Adler 2 1 Adler 1886 ah_dd_23.jpg 100t, 41.2x4.2x1.7m, 2b,1vc, 1300hp, 22kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
2 Falke 1886
Sperber 2 3, 4 Sperber, Habicht 1886 ah_dd_25.gif 93t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 2b,1vte, 970hp, 18.5kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
Bussard 20 5-24 Bussard, Condor, Geier, Uhu, Würger, Kranich, Reiher, Ibis, Rabe, Elster, Kukuk, Staar, Krähe, Flamingo, Sekretär, Weihe, Marabu, Gaukler, Harpie, Kibitz 1886-1891 ah_dd_33.gif 88t, 39.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 1000hp, 19kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, (1+1x1)-356TT
XXXIII 1 25 XXXIII 1887 ah_dd_20.gif 70t, 36.8x4.5x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 700hp, 17kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 2-356TT
XXXIV 6 26-31 XXXIV-XXXIX 1889-1891 ah_dd_32.gif 64t, 36.9x4.8x1.9m, 1b,1vc, 750hp, 20.3kts, 16p; 2x1-37/20, 1-356TT
Natter 1 32 Natter 1896 ah_dd_32.gif 166t, 47.3x5.3x2.8m, 2b,1vte, 2200hp, 24kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Viper 1 33 Viper 1896 ah_dd_36.gif 124t, 45.0x4.5x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 1900hp, 25kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
Boa 4 34 Boa 1898 ah_dd_36.gif 132t, 46.6x4.7x2.3m, 2b,1vte, 2000hp, 24.5kts, 21p; 2x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
35 Cobra 1898
36 Python 1899
37 Kigyo 1900
Kaiman 20 38 Kaiman 1905 austro4.gif 211t, 56.0x5.5x1.3m, 2b,1vte, 3000hp, 26kts, 31p; 4x1-47/30, 3x1-450TT
39 Anaconda 1906
40 Alligator 1906
41 Krokodil 1906
42 Wal 1907
43 Seehund 1907
44 Delphin 1907
45 Narwal 1908
46 Hai 1908
47 Möwe 1908
48 Schwalbe 1909
49 Pinguin 1909
50 Drache 1909
51 Greif 1909
52 Triton 1908
53 Hydra 1909
54 Skorpion 1909
55 Phönix 1909
56 Krake 1909
57 Polyp 1909
Tb.I 4 58 Tb.I 1909 ah_dd_55.gif 116t, 44.2x4.4x1.5m, 2b,1vte, 2500hp, 28kts, 20p; 2x1-47/40, 2x1-450TT
59 Tb.II 1909
60 Tb.III 1909
61 Tb.IV 1909

SUBMARINES

SS U1 2 1 U1 1909 ah_ss_27.gif 230/270t, 30.5x3.4x3.2m, 2pe/em, 640/200hp, 10.3/5kts, 17p, 30m; 3-450TT
2 U2 1909
U3 2 3 U3 1909 ah_ss_29.gif 240/300t, 43.2x3.7x2.8m, 2pe/em, 600/340hp, 12/8.5kts, 21p, 30m; 2-450TT
4 U4 1909

ESCORTS

AY - 2 1 Dalmat 1896   260t
2 Taurus 1904   1300t, 67.0x6.9m, 2000hp, 15kts; 4x1-47/30

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

PG Albatros 2 1 Albatros 1874 No picture 570t, 46.0x8.3x3.4m, 400hp, 10kts, 99p; 2x1-149/24, 1x1-83/17
2 Nautilus 1874
RMON Leitha 2 1 Leitha 1872 ah_of_21.gif 315t, 50.6x8.1x1.1m, 2b,2vte, 700hp, 8kts, 59p; steel- 44side, 25deck, 50CT; 1x1-120/33, 2x1-47/40
2 Maros 1872
Körös 2 3 Körös 1892 austro1.gif 448t, 54.0x9.0x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1200hp, 10kts, 72p; 50side, 19deck, 75(3)-50(4)CT; 2x1-120/31, 2x1-66/37
4 Szamos 1892
Temes 2 5 Temes 1904 austro2.gif 486t, 57.7x9.5x1.2m, 2b,2vte, 1400hp, 13kts, 86-89p; 40side, 25deck, 75CT; 2x1-120/33, 1x1-120/8, 1x1-66/16
6 Bodrog 1904

COASTAL FORCES

YPR A 1 1 A 1895 No picture 33t, 22.0x3.5x1.1m, 200hp
B 1 2 B 1906 No picture 37t, 28.0x4.4x0.7m, 4pe, 400hp, 14kts, 14p
E 2 3, 4 E, F 1908 No picture 15t, 18.3x2.7x0.8m, 3pe, 350hp, 22kts, 7p
C 2 5, 6 C, D 1909 No picture 39t, 30.0x4.3x0.7m, 2pe, 600hp, 14kts, 12p

MINE WARFARE SHIPS

ML Dromedar 1 1 Dromedar 1891 No picture 175t, 32.0x5.4x1.9m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 25p; 2x1-47/30, 50mines
Salamander 1 2 Salamander 1892 No picture 286t, 39.6x8.1x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 350hp, 10kts, 28p; 2x1-47/30, 90mines
Basilisk 1 3 Basilisk 1903 No picture 314t, 46.0x7.9x1.5m, 1b,1vte, 550hp, 11kts, 40p; 2x1-47/40, 145mines
MS MT.VIII 10 1-10 MT.VIII-XVII 1909 No picture 47t, 18.0x4.3x1.3m, 1b,1vte, 170hp, 10kts, 12p; 1x1-47/40, mines, sweeps

 

 

 

Construction:

1. Begin a major railway project that has all railways within the empire to use Austrian gauge-railways. This project will be dated to be completed no later then 1910, this will allow us to fix any logistical problems in both economic and military transportations. (continue)

 

2. Invest into the railway companies that are helping to reconstruct the A-H railway systems, and commercial industries.

 

Internal Affairs:

1.  Begin to print and spread propaganda within the Sudetenland, Austria, and Hungary.

2. Lower taxes on the lower and middle class by 3.5% and raise taxes on the rich and noble by 4.5%%

Research:

1. Maschinengewehr (Schwarzlose) M. 7 (Turn 6)

Operations:

1. Operation Ratenkrieg (Update)

2. Operation Vereinigt (continue)

3. Operation Nachteule (Update)

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Chile:

 

Army: 

20,000 Soldiers

70 7.7cm FK 96

80,000 Mauser 1894 rifles

30,000 Mauser 1894 carbines

25,000 Mauser 1904 rifles

 

Navy: 

1 Captain Prat class battleship; Captain Prat

1 Cohrane class ironclad; Cochrane

1 Huáscar class monitor; Huáscar

1 Esmeralda class armored cruiser; Esmeralda

2 Presidente Errázuiz class protected cruisers; Presidente Errázuiz, Presidente Pinto

1 Blanco Encalada class protected cruiser; Blanco Encalada

1 Ministro Zenteno class protected cruiser; Ministro Zenteno

2 Alimarante Lynch class Patrol Gun Torpedo Boats; Alimarante Lynch, Alimarante Condell

1 Alimarante Simpson class Patrol Gun Torpedo Boat; Alimarante Simpson

4 Capitán Orella class destroyers; Capitán Orella, Capitáin Muñoz Gamero, Teniente Serrano, Guardiamrina Riquelme

3 Capitán Merino Jarpa class destroyers; Capitán Merino Jarpa, Capitán O'Brien, Capitán Thomson

1 Sargente Aldea class Torpedo boat; Sargente Aldea

7 Ingeniero Hyatt class Torpedo boats; Ingeniero Hyatt, Cirujano Videla, Ingeniero Mery, Teniente Rodriguez, Ingeniero Mutilla, Guardiamarina Conteras

1 Magallanes class gun Boat; Magallanes

1 Pilcomayo class gun boat; Pilcomayo

 

Presidente: Germán Riesco

Government: Parliamentary Republic

 

Diplomacy: 

Sell the Cruisers Esmeralda, Presidente Errázuiz and Presidente Pinto to the Ottoman Empire for 9 million pounds

 

Send a Military Fact-Finding mission to France consisting of several army and navy officers, as we'll a ship leading private and state industrialists and a handful of the most skilled workers to tour around the French machine gun and artillery manufacturing centers and learn the ways of maintaining and building of the weapons, as well as eventually bringing back machinery to build home produced versions.

 

Operations: 

Maddening

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Turn 2

Internal:

Continue all prior industrial programs.

Begin work on some government oil fields and mines, and offer more grants and subsidies to private ones. Divert resources from the shipyards to this, even if it costs time. Do this to build up the newly discovered mineral and oil fields. 

Have the Romanian census bureau monitor the continuing industrial development of the country, with annual reports to the government. The first of these is expected Early 1907. 

 

Diplomacy:
Begin talks with germany to purchase the license for the 10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09 with ammunition

Research:

Constanta class gunboat:

Spoiler

weight: 500 tons

Length: 200 feet

displacement: 500 tons 

range: 1000 nm

Top Speed: 15 knots

Engines: Two steam boilers connected to three shaft engine

Armament: 2 5 inch cannons

Three 75mm cannons

 

New Machine Gun

Spoiler

Cartridge: 6.5×53mmR

Rate of fire: Around 500 rounds per minute

Feed system: 250 round cloth belt

Muzzle Velocity: 600m/s

Weight: 180Lbs

Crew: 4

 

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 Battle Cruisers:
2 Andrey Pervozvannyy
2 Yevstafiy
1 Panteleymon
1 Borodino
1 Tsesarevich
1 Rotislav
1 Tri Svyatitelya
2 Ekaterina II
 
:Armoured Cruisers:
1 Ryurik
3 Bayan
1 Gromoboy
1 Rossiya
 
Protected Cruisers:
4 Bogatyr
1 Askold
2 Pallada
 

 Destroyers:

1 Novik
4 Leytenant Shestakov
8 Storozhevoy
4 General Kondratenko
4 Vsadnik
10 Inzhener-Mekhanik Zverev
5 Tochnyy
4 Emir Bukharskiy
8 Ukrayna
10 Leytenant Burakov
15 Boy kiy
2 Forel
 
Torpedo Boats:
8 No.214
2 No.212
 
Submarines:

1 Akula
4 Kayman
1 Minoga
2 Karp
6 Kasatka
7 Holland
1 Delfin
 
Army:


5,971,000

 12 drydock

6 st petersburg
6 Nikolayev


Internal Affairs

-Imediatley reform the Cheka into the KGB as well appoint Alfred Redl the new KGB head, and task him with retraining the KGB
-Grant Military members 60 days vacation per year
-sell 1 novik class destroyer to germany and use the funds to purchase boots, gloves and coats for the troops
-create more weapons factories across russia and begin mass production of rifles, every soldier must have a rifle 
-improve morale and living conditions of not only military but of the entire populace
-grant a raise for the military as well as a 50 rubles extra for prolongd commitment to the military
-Change the type of government from aristocracy to Constitutional Monarchy
-bring in the leaders of the oppositional factions and  form a new Duma government that is diverse and represenets all russians
-have the newly form kgb check the backgrounds of current duma members for corruption and or collusion, if found, they are to be arrested
-Ask Germany to send officers of all branches to retrain the russian Military, and emphasize on a healthy training of the enlisted core, as a bounsu all military members get 15 days paid leave to visit family, etc on successful retraining.
- make a request to germany to open up solothurn, krupp, wagner facilities in russia, with full access to raw russian resources on a virtual free trade deal
-Expand Russian industry, emphasize that to become modern Russia must industrialize.
-Immediatley address all Russian Societial problems
-promote Russian Patriotism and have statues of great  Russian figures erected all over Russia
-expand in the trans-siberian railway into a two track mainline


Diplomacy

-Reach out to neighboring countries  open dialouge and begin trade negotiations
-make requests for negotiations with japan for the return of russian ships
-wave at germany and Holland and send the new allies cases of vodka
-Have a new poster created of the great Russian leader standing on top of an english flag holding a bottle of vodka in triumph.
- send a case of vodka to france
-smile at spain.
-Rip up the Hauge convention
-make a deal to purchase Chlorine from germany
-purchase the licence for the Madsen Machine Gun from the danish

offter to purchase the Arisaka Type 38 licence from Japan
purchase designs of the Schwarzlose MG Water cooled Machine Gun licence from Austria-Hungary
purchase the licence for the Colt Browning M1985 from usa for 5% of production costs

Military Construction

begin heavy fortification of the caucuses,pillboxes, heavy gun mounts, emplace some battleship caliber guns and lower caliber artillery emplacements overlooking the blacksea.


Research

  • Take a 152mm naval artillery cannon and have a carriage sufficient enough to carry the weapons weight and create a new artillery cannon for the army
  •  

  • .Develop two types of Hollow shells for the 152mm and 76mm artilleries that will be used to deliver chemical weapons on the battlefeild (chlorine/cyanide/phosgene)
  •  

  • Research Phosgene gas  into a weapon to be used in combat


    Operations

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German Empire

 

 

 

Diplomacy

Agree to build the Ottoman Empire  02 Torpedo Cruisers at for the Full price +5% interest 

Object the clear threatening posture from the French, remind them that the land of AL was rightfully annexed years ago when you French men tried to attack us Germans and lost in a spectacular way.

Invite all nations for to join Fleet week in Hamburg

Invite President Roosevelt to join Kaiser in a tour of  Bavaria's Alps and the beautiful German nature

Decline Romania and Spain Offer to purchase weapons.

Accept Russia's offer to purchase 01 destroyer and begin to both Purchase Russian debt and run a debt with his nation

accept the following with Russia

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-Ask Germany to send officers of all branches to retrain the russian Military, and emphasize on a healthy training of the enlisted core, as a bounsu all military members get 15 days paid leave to visit family, etc on successful retraining.
- make a request to germany to open up solothurn, krupp, wagner facilities in russia, with full access to raw russian resources on a virtual free trade deal

 

 

Internal Issues

Protect the right of every protester in Southern Germany and open up an inquiry to listen to the citizens requests and issues to begin to work towards a salutation

Offer a Re-enlistment bonus to Navy personal currently in the process of deciding to get out or stay in

to move to the German Coast Guard Offer Prior Service Navy veterans to Join in positions of Command based on past rank and time in grade following successful completion of boot camp.

Offer the Catholic Church the ability to go forth and proclaim the Good word across German territories 

Official Statement is that the German Federation's Official Religion is Protestant Christianity but we will not discriminate against other Religions and Denominations

Request Reichstag to draft a budget to authorize the German Coast Guard to recruit 20,000 sailors German Army to recruit 100,000 Active Duty troops along with the 400,000 requested in the budget

Move All the rigged sailing Ships Ships from the German Navy to the German Coast Guard

Offer AG Vulcan the same deal  as previous but a total of 15 new slipways 5 cruiser sized the rest to be able to support building a battleship but with the offer to buy into the investment at 30% to offset the cost to build.

Construction 

Begin the recruitment of troops and sailors

Recruit 10000 new sailors for the German Coast Guard,

Recruit 50000 Reserve troops

Recruit 25000 Active duty recruits

Accept a total of 35,000 Russian troops and 3000 officers to train under German bootcamp as Ambassadors to retrain their own military

Request the German Army to Draw up plans and a training regiment for a more Specialized force focusing on full on attacks, stalemates and breakthrough techniques called Stormtroopers.

Build a large navy base in Apia Harbor German Samoa, equipped with the ability to make large emergency repairs and a renforce the Navy base with 24 cm SK L/40 Coastal artillery

Laydown 04 Barque Training Sail ships for the German Navy and 02 Barque trainign ships for the German Coast Guard 

The Navy will train midship men on Coast Guard Corvettes while dedicated ships are produced.

The Ship

Displacement: Full load: 1,784 long tons (1,813 t)
Length:
  • Overall: 295 ft (90 m)
  • Waterline: 234 ft (71 m)
Beam: 39 ft (12 m)
Draft: Full load: 17.5 ft (5.3 m)
Installed power:
  • 2 × 320 kW (100 hp) BMW 
  • generators
Propulsion:
Sail plan:
  • Foremast: 147.3 ft (44.9 m)
  • Mainmast: 147.3 ft (44.9 m)
  • Mizzenmast: 132.0 ft (40.2 m)
  • Sail area: 22,280 sq ft (2,070 m2)
Speed:
  • Sail: 19 kn (35 km/h; 22 mph)
  • Diesel: 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph)
Range:
  • Sail: Unlimited
  • Diesel: 2,450 nmi 
  •  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research

Research and Design a Airship with the ability to Scout, bomb and fight for the German airforce

Research the Helgoland-class battleship

 

 

Operation 
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Turn 2 Moderation:

 

Ottoman Empire:

 

Military:

- Daudeteau is happy to demonstrate his M1895S Carbine for you. 600 have been ordered for further trials, split evenly between the cavalry and navy. They are expected to arrive next turn.

- All battleships that are rated unfit for service are being stripped of their guns, which will be placed in storage on the naval base in Constantinople.

 

Economics:

- Tariffs on foreign have increased, decreasing the attraction of the regional market

- All torpedo boats unfit for service are being stripped and sold for scrap on the open market.

- Extra workers have been hired in the iron mines, in anticipation of greater capacity of the connections to move the mined ore.

 

Internal affairs:

- Efforts to oust corruption in Armenia have resulting in a mass replacement of mid/low level officials, with their replacements being a mixture of Turks and Armenians.

 

Diplomacy:

- 250 15cm howitzers and 150 10cm mountain guns have been ordered from Austria-Hungary. Estimated time of arrival is Turn 9 for the 15cm and T7 for the 10cm.

- Germany has not confirmed the Mauser order, so nothing has been done.

- Three cruisers have been bought from Chile for £9,000,000.

- The battleship Carnot has been purchased from France for £460,000. The French are pleased with the railway concessions.

 

France:

 

Diplomacy:

- A Chilean Fact-Finding Mission has arrived, and has begun touring various installations. No areas are off limits except for the areas associated with a certain Monsieur Chauchat.

- Whilst the Fusil Mle 1902 “Berthier” is ready for testing, the Daudetaau has to be substantially reworked to accommodate the 8mm Lebel rounds in place of the 6.5mm Daudeteau it is currently chambered for.

- The battleship Carnot has been sold to the Ottoman Empire for £460,000. It shall journey their next turn. Her current crew have been sent to aid the fitting out of the Republique.

- The Beirut-Basra-Baghdad Railway scheme is much lauded by the press. A number of investors are founding, including some from across La Manche, in exchange for shares and a seat on the Board of Directors.

- The Moroccan Question has been dealt with, confirmed by both sides.

- A naval mission has gone to Britain, and looked at all the associated items, as per history. Parsons et al have agreed to license the various patents and designs for an appropriate fee.

- The Edgar Quinet design has been submitted to the Chilean Military Mission for their consideration.

- Whilst the private companies are encouraged to make a bid for the Chilean protected cruiser, none bid for it.

- Banter is had at Germany’s expense.

- Whilst the order for guns themselves, a license for domestic production and ammunition for the Austro-Hungarian 10cm mountain gun has been received.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        French politicians are running around screaming, as required by any crisis in France.

-        A recruitment drive has begun amongst all ground forces in order to counter the expansion of the German army

-        The politic right feel like that’s a fair trade, as the extra tax will help equip the extra soldiers.

-        480 155mm CTR have been ordered. Final delivery date is estimated to be T9.

-        Plans for the reorganisation of the army are being drawn up.

-        Whilst some areas are worried about the delay in battleship production, they are placated by the plans to have 8 more armoured cruisers.

-        Numerous concerns about the proposed dockyard transfers have been raised, such as supplies of housing, tools and foodstuffs.

-        The various shipbuilding infrastructure projects have started, with the historical projects taking their historical times, with additional parts or expansions having the effect of increasing the total time. Please could you provide some more details on your own projects in a PM.

-        A recruitment drive for the shipbuilding sector has begun.

 

Research:

-        Marshal Ney armoured cruiser design will be researched, ready T9.

-        Fusil Mitrailleur Modele 1915 CSRG “Chauchat” is outside the tech cap.

 

United States of America:

 

Internal Affairs:

-        Antiquities Act is now Law.

-        The Meat Inspection Act & the Pure Food and Drug Act have been passed.

 

Military:

-        Four commissioning celebrations are held across the three month period.

-        Plans for the defence of the Philippines have been submitted to the appropriate higher authority.

-        The French canon de Modele 1897 75mm has been adopted as the M1897 75mm, and the drawings have been sent out to the appropriate manufacturers.

-        The German 15cm sFH 02 has been adopted as the M1902 105mm, and its drawings have been sent out to the appropriate manufacturers.

 

Research:

- The Spokane class cruiser has been cancelled. However, the development of the 7”/44 Mk 2 Mk 3 mountings will continue, ready T6.

 

Austria-Hungary:

 

Diplomacy:

-        An ultimatum has been issued to Germany.

-        License for the 10cm M8 mountain gun has been given to France.

 

Military:

-        The last 15cm M94 will be ready T8, and the last 10cm M8 T6, with their estimated date of arrival one Turn later.

 

Construction:

-        Railway reconstruction continues (where applicable).

-        Government investment in railways and other militarily useful industries is at a local high.

 

Internal Affairs:

-        Propaganda praising SPAM has been spread throughout the Sudetenland, Austria and Hungary.

-        Taxes have been altered. Naturally, the rich aren’t happy about paying more, but they have no choice.

 

Chile:

 

Diplomacy:

-        Armoured Cruiser Esmeralda and the Protected Cruisers Presidente Errazuiz and Presidente Pinto

 

Military:

- A military mission to France has been prepared and sent, to help improve the state of the Chilean Military establishment.

 

Romania:

 

Internal:

-        All existing Government programmes continue

-        Existing projects have their resource allocation reduced so that new Government mines and oil refineries.

-        Industrial development is being monitored by the Census Bureau.

 

Diplomacy:

-        Germany has outright rejected any arms purchases.

 

Research:

-        The Constanta class gunboat is still too vague.

-        The “New Machine Gun” will only manage 450 rpm. Otherwise it is fine, and will be ready T8.

 

Russian Empire:

 

Internal Affairs:

-        The recently arrived Alfred Redl has become head of the reorganised Cheka, now to be known as the KGB.

-        Members of the military now get 60 days holiday per year.

-        You do not own a ship called Novik to sell to Germany.

-        Surveyors have been sent out to select suitable sites for weapons manufactories.

-        All military personnel now earn 1 rouble more than they did.

-        The Tsar is now getting behind the Constitutional monarchy “thing”.

-        However, he has also fired the entire Government, and invited the opposition to form a government instead.

-        Background checks are being performed on all members of the Duma.

-        German officers have been sent to try and improve the quality of Russian military personnel through hard training.

-        Krupp have been asked to set up Russian subsidiaries. They are yet to be convinced, however.  

-        Elaborate but ultimately fictional plans to expand Russian industry have been drawn up.

-        All Russian societal problems known to the Tsar have been given their own official addresses.

-        It is ruled that every village must have a patriotic Russian statue. On pain of having your village burned down and your people slain.

-        What there is of the Trans-Siberian Railway is already double-tracked.

 

Diplomacy:

-        Your neighbours respond coolly to your diplomatic overturns, except Germany, as noted.

-        Japan just laughs at you

-        New poster has been designed, and copies are being printed so that they can go up next turn.

-        Vodka has been sent to France.

-        Spain has been smiled at in a completely-not-unsettling fashion.

-        The Hauge convention has been torn up.

-        Germany has not responded to the Chlorine deal, so nothing has been done.

-        No luck with the Danish, Japanese, Austro-Hungarians or USA.

 

Construction:

-        Instructions too vague, constructors got drunk and had a massive [Redacted] instead.

 

Research:

-        A Land Service carriage for the 6” Canet guns in service will be designed and tested. Ready T6.

-        Noted chemical weapons are outside the tech cap, and thus the research cannot proceed.

-        Phosgene gas is outside the tech cap.

 

German Empire:

 

Diplomacy:

-        The delay in accepting the Ottoman request has resulted in that deal no longer being possible.

-        Publicly rebuke the French about Elssas-Lothringen

-        Nobody joins Fleet Week in Hamburg.

-        President Roosevelt doesn’t even respond to your offer.

-        Foreign orders rejected.

-        Russian overseas debt is being purchased where possible.

-        German officers have been sent to Russia to try and improve their military.

-        Krupp isn’t sold on this Russian venture.  

 

Internal Affairs:

-        Vague and ineffective actions are taken in face of the unrest in southern Germany.

-        Bribery to transfer to the Coast Guard for persons whose terms of enlistment have or will soon expire.

-        The Catholic Church just shakes its head at you.

-        Official Religion of the German Empire has been stated as Lutheranism.

-        All fully rigged ships in the German Navy have been transferred to the Coast Guard.

-        AG Vulcan just laughs harder.

 

Construction:

-        10,000 men will be recruited for the coast guard, ready T8.

-        50,000 reservists will be trained, ready T8.

-        25,000 full time servicemen will be trained, ready T4.

-        A bootcamp has been set up in Russia, to help improve the standard of their soldiers.

-        “Why would we need those?”

-        Surveyors have been sent to Apia Harbour, German Samoa, to start planning a naval base. [You must provide drawings of said base next turn for it to make progress]

-        All new naval construction is postponed due to administrative hold-ups regarding existing construction.

 

Research:

-        Airship is rejected.

-        Helgoland class battleship is outside the tech cap, and is thus rejected.

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Turn 2 Operations & Events:

 

Unrest continues to simmer throughout southern Germany, Austria and Hungary. Whilst this hasn’t broken out into a conflagration yet, it may do in the future.

 

Kamerun & Togoland remain a hotbed of religious contention, between Orthodox, Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans alike. The natives are positively spoilt for choice.

 

In Paris, several Russians carrying Spanish firearms have gotten sozzled on cocktails, and urinated on the Louvre’s main doors. Consequently, they have been arrested and incarcerated.

 

As the new financial year has begun, the British Naval Estimates have been discussed in Parliament. As it currently stands:

-        3 battleships

-        6 fleet destroyers

-        12 coastal destroyers

-        8 submarines

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Ottoman Empire

Turn 3

July-August 1906

 

Army

Spoiler

Army Size:
856,500 Infantry
61,000 Cavalry
63,000 Artillery men
7,400 Engineers

Military Equipment
Sidearms
Smith and Wesson No. 3
Browning No.2/M1903

Rifles
Mauser M1887
Mauser M1890
Mauser M1893
Mauser M1893/03
Snider-Enifield Mk III
Peabody-Martini-Henry M1874
Remmington Rolling Block M1866
Winchester M1866

Machine guns
Maxiam guns
Hotchkiss M1900
Nordenfelt M1884- 30


Artillery
Krupp 7.5cm Model 1903
7.7cm FK 96 n.A.

6.5cm SK Krupp- 2

8.7cm SK Krupp- 2

15cm SK L32 Krupp- 10

15cm SK L35 Krupp-10

15cm SK L25 Krupp- 33

24cm SK L35 Krupp- 8

10.5cm SK L25 Krupp- 20

Hotchkiss M1884 47mm- 8

Hotchkiss M1894 57mm- 2

Hotchkiss M1873 37mm RV- 2

Navy

Spoiler

Frigates(Fırkateyn)
Mehmed Selîm- torpedo school ship

Corvette (Korvet)
Beyrût- screw corvette
İskenderiye
Meriç- decomissioned
Mansûre- screw corvette
Muzaffer
Heybet Nümâ- corvette
Zuhâf- corvette
Kilid Bahir

Coastal & Harbor defense
Necm-i Şevket- stationary ship at Salonika
Avnillah- casemate ironclad
Muin-i Zafer
Feth-i Bülend- casemate ironclad
Mukaddeme-i Hayir- casemate ironclad- disarmed
Iclaliye- barbette battery ironclad

River monitor (Zırhlı Duba)
Feth-ül İslâm
Semendire Memdûhiye- decommissioned
Hizber

Battleships

Ḳosṭanṭīnīye‎- modern battleship
Asar-i Tevfik- barbette battleship
Mesûdiye- modern battleship
Hamidiye- central battery ironclad

 Nüsretiye- central battery ironclad- training target hull


Cruiser (Kruvazör)
Lûtf-ü Hümâyûn- 3rd class unprotected cruiser- disarmed
Peyk-i Şevket- torpedo cruiser- under construction- finished turn 8
Berk-i Satvet- under construction- finished turn 8

Erzerum- 1st class armored cruiser
Mecidiye- 1st class protected cruiser
Hamidiye- 1st class protected cruiser
Drama- 2nd class protected cruiser

Doxato- 2nd class protected cruiser

Torpedo boat (Torpido botu)
Nâsır
Fâtih
Nusret
Şahâb
Târık
Pervîn
Sehâm
Berk Efşân
Tayyâr
Hamidiye
Abdül Mecid
Akhisar
Alpagot
Antalya- turn 4
Urfa- turn 4
Ankara- turn 4
Tokad- turn 4
Draç- turn 5
Kütahya- turn 5
Mûsul- turn 5

Destroyer (Muhrip)
Samsun- modern destroyer
Yahisar
Taşoz

Submarine (Denizaltı)
Abdül Hamid
Abdül Mecid

Manpower
6 Vic-Admirals
11 Rear Admirals
208 captains
289 commanders
228 lientenants
187 ensigns
30,000 sailors
9,000 Marines

Military

Place the 600 Daudeteau rifles thru the same sort of trails dine for the current equipment use by the Marines and Calvary. If the rifle passes these trails, begin phasing out the rifles in current us for the Daudeteau rifles.

Have the cruisers of the navy go thru maintenance and bring them up to optimal conditions

Rename the Hamidiye the Nüsretiye and rename the Superb the Hamidiye

Have the crews of the former battleships be transfered to the new battleship and cruisers purchased and have a 3 month training exercise for the crews in the Black Sea. 

Economics

Place the hulls of the battleships stripped of armaments on the open market for scrapping

Internal Affairs

Oil search (cont 3 turns)

Begin planning a military focused industrial project that'll have ammunition and gun manufacturing factories in each of the cities where each Ordus is based

Diplomacy

250 15cm howitzers turn 9

150 10cm mountain guns turn 7

Voice support of Austria-Hungary against the aggressive diplomacy of Germany and send diplomats with the offer of a defensive military alliance between the 2 empires.

Make a bid on the Russian ships that Japan current hold ownership of. Offer at most, twice their original cost for the ships
Contact the Ansaldo company and offer contract for them to rebuild the Hamidiye is the same manner they did to the Mesûdiye. Offer the same payment as was with the Mesûdiye job but make sure to adjust for inflation.

Order 200,000 rifles from Spain, payment being the price of production plus 25% of the price 

Operations

Köstebek(cont)
Gölge

Koruma

Research and Development

Develop new uniforms for the Ottoman army and navy. These uniforms are to be anew uniforms for the Ottoman army and navy. The army uniforms are to be modernized versions of the current army uniform with colors ranging from white to green-khaki to brown, depending on what region the troops are stationed at. The head coverings are to stay the same. Keep most uniforms the same, save changing the naval infantry colors to a khaki color. The previous uniforms are to be kept as dress uniforms.

Research a armored train artillery car. It is to have 2 turret spots for 1 heavy gun ranging from 15cm to 10cm and a medium gun ranging from 9cm to 6.5cm. The turret locations are to be the front and rear of the train car on the roof. It is to be armored, up to 40mm thick on the sides and 20 on the roof. 

Research an agricultural tractor design, it is to have a watercooled 2 cylinder 6.2 ci 20 hp gasoline engine. It's to weight about a ton with a length of 7 feet, a height of 5 feet and a width of 4 1/2 feet. Rear wheel diameter is to be 4 feet and front wheel diameter is to be 2 feet. It's transmission is to have 3 gears in forward and 1 in reverse. The tractor is to have 4 wheels and will have a 2 wheel driver. It's designation will be Model 1A. 

Edited by Ptank2012

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