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    The San Diego Accords

    The United States of America and the Mexican United States hereby declare to enter into a deeper phase of friendship, trade and cooperation. The two signatory parties have agreed upon the following articles:

    I. A mutual defensive pact, one shall come to the aid of the other if preyed upon by agressors.

    II. A tradeagreement to boost industrial development in both signatories.

    III. Mexican entrepeneurs are allowed to hire American experts to stimulate know-how, buy American machinery and blueprints, all at market prices.

    IV. Mexican talents, by educational programs paid for by the Mexican state, are allowed to study at American universities.

    [] The President of the United States of America, mr. Abraham Lincoln.
    [X] The President of the Mexican United States, mr. Benito Juárez.


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    [x] Signed, President Lincoln.

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    Ottoman Empire declares war


    Despite our best efforts we are unable to negotiate peaceful settlement between Great Britain and Persian Empire. Though we once had a great hope of cooperation between our two nations it seems that all this have been for naught. Reforms have been stopped, religious tolerance brushed aside by brutal murder of follower of Bábís and Bahá'ís religion and now attack on our long standing ally in region - British Empire. Persian seizure of British property was unlawful but could have been solved if Persian government wouldn't lack bravery to admit that what they had done was de-facto declaration of war and if Persian government would agree to compensate losses caused by their intervention.

    Instead they tried to fool British by handing back empty factories, then to draw them in prolonged diplomatic negotiations. Their eventual attack on blockade only shows that they have no intentions of repaying damage done to British industrialists and negotiations are officially over.

    Despite the fact, that Shah Naser al-Din Shah Qajar rudely rejected our ultimatum to step down and give power to assembly of prominent citizens we will give him 6 months before use of military force. We believe that even such a vile dictator as Naser al-Din Shah Qajar will be willing to negotiate. After all it's better to spend rest of the days with state pension, than hide in mountains after British and Ottoman troops will march in Teheran.





    In Iran, all British Possessions are seized by the Iranian Government. Although helping them in the short term, this could only be bad for the Iranians. [+£5 Income per turn to Iran. +1 Industry to Iran.]
    In Iran, they cede control of the British Factories to the British once again, but not before cleaning the entire place out of information on the technology and the inner workings. This process ruined all of the factories and left them unusable. The enraged British simply up and left the country, allowing the Iranians to once again step into the factories and get them working again. [+2 Industry to Iran.]
    In Persia, the the British Indian Ocean Fleet opens up a hell storm on February 17th, 1863, where the decimate the entire Persian Fleet, and enact a total blockade of the Persian coast, with the Admiral of the fleet demanding that the factories be handed over to the British. [-3 Small Ships from Iran.]
    Off the coast of Persia, the British Navy upholds a blockade of the nation, only to watch and see as some of its ships start to mysteriously sink from explosions. Unknown to them, Persians in small row boats boarded the British Ships, infiltrated their lower decks, and set off the magazine racks, blowing up the ship. The British, surprised at this new tactic, ordered the ships to be withdrawn, only to charge back with an invasion force, securing several beachheads along the Persian coast. [-4 Small Ships from the United Kingdom.]
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    His Majesty's Government is glad to embark upon this joint venture with the Ottomans. We are glad that the world is full of decent Gentlemen who will stand with us against such a foe as the vile Persian Government.
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    The Republic of Italy applauds the Ottoman Empires declaration of war against the vile and dishonourable Persian government. We wish a speedy victory for the Ottoman and British forces.
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    Once again the Ottoman Sultan proves his wisdom with honourable speeches and actions, we have to join Italy on applauding your action against the Persian Shah, who proved to be a threat to all that is civilized.
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    The Kingdom of Manchuria would like to congratulate the Ottoman Empire and United Kingdom's joint efforts in retaliating against the premeditated and hostile actions of the warmongering Persian State. Such clearly greedy actions made on behalf of the Persian King are unacceptable. The Persians must be made to pay for their unwarranted aggression.
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    The United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway commend the actions taken by the United Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire against the uncivilised and destructive actions taken by the Persian State.
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    The War of the Quadruple Alliance - The Invasion of Bolivia


    On a misty morning in April 1864, the Chilean Navy slipped anchor and headed out to see, turning along the coast with a clear purpose, to find the Bolivian Navy, annihilate it and then establish a blockade of the Bolivian Coast. They sailed up the coast, the lookouts straining their eyes against the mist in hope and fear of spotting the enemy. The 3 Chilean Steamers, the 48 gun flagship Santa Maria, the 40 gun Esmeralda and the 28 gun Blanco Escalada made good speed up the coast, and had reached the settlement of Topocilla by 11, when the mist was beginning to clear.

    The first to sight the enemy fleet was a 15 year old lookout upon the mast of the Esmeralda, little did he know at this point that within an hour and a half, he would be the only survivor of her crew. The Bolivian and Chilean fleets had passed each other in the mist at a distance of 1000m, and now turned to face each other, closing the distance between them rapidly and hastily making ready for action. The 4 Bolivian ships, the 44 gun steamers La Paz and Bolivar, the 28 gun steamer Potosi and the 24 gun sail frigate Covadonga formed a line and turned to cross the T of the Chilean fleet, which had formed a column in an effort to downplay the Bolivian superiority in guns.

    Steaming towards the Bolivians, the Chileans were subjected to a terrible barrage from the broadsides of each ship, the Santa Maria taking almost all of the hits at the head of the column. The crews lay down on the decks, murmuring prayers and covering their heads with their hands. Splinters filled the air and several officers and men were killed, the Chilean column did not stop however, and the Santa Maria passed between the Stern of the La Paz and the Bow of the Bolivar raking each with a broadside of shot and with musket balls and grenades from the decks.

    The Esmeralda was the next to pass through the Bolivian line, and did so between the Potosi and the Covadongo, raking each with a broadside, destroying the steering of the Potosi and decimating the crew of the Covadongo. Her masts snapped like twigs, her sails draped forlornly over the deck now stained red with the blood of many of her crew, the 'Covadongo' swerved heavily to Starboard, smashing into the Esmeralda and locking both ships together. The impact threw the survivors of both crews momentarily off balance, but soon the decks of both ships were swarming with figures, and a brutal melee ensued on the cramped decks. All the while, the guns of both ships pounded away at the others hull, and crewmen who had managed to cling on to the rigging fired down at officers and NCOs.

    Onboard the Blanco Escalada the Captain saw the fate of the Esmeralda and quickly ordered his ship hard to Starboard in an attempt to avoid collision. Her hull scraping the Stern of the Covadongo, the Blanco Escalada fired her guns at point blank using double shot for maximum effect. The Covadonga was now little more than a floating ruin, which the few men left alive were desperately trying to keep afloat. Most of her crew now fighting aboard the Esmeralda, and those left behind mostly dead, the crew was helpless as the Covadonga caught alight and began to burn, still locked tight to the Esmeralda.

    With the La Paz and Bolivar duelling at range with the Santa Maria and Blanco Escalada, few had time to notice the Potosi, which now, drifting without control and yet still at full steam, turned towards the melee at the centre of the battle and met it at full speed. The impact tore through the hull of the Esmeralda and now the crew of the Potosi joined the fray upon her deck. The fire which had begun aboard the Covadonga had by now taken full hold, and even spread to the Esmeralda. Just as it would seem that the fight on the deck was going to Chilean way, and that they might regain the ship, the fire reached the powder store on the Covadonga.

    With a mighty explosion, the Covadonga disintegrated in a ball of fire, throwing men, splinters several feet long and bits of rigging across the ocean. Shrapnel from the explosion pierced the boiler of the Esmeralda, tearing her apart from inside and adding the detonation of her ammunition to the conflagration. The Potosi, stuck with her prow in the side of the Esmeralda was showered with debris. Within seconds, she to tore apart from a mighty explosion, as the flaming remnants of the Covadonga's sails drifted into her magazines and touched them off.

    With 3 ships destroyed in the space of a minute, the rest of the ships broke off and steamed for their home ports, each heavily damaged and unlikely to be fit for action for at least 2 months.


    1. A poorly drawn sketch plan of the battle, made by a survivor


    Behind them, they left a field of flaming debris and bodies, amongst which a 15 year old lookout floated on the remains of a plank. It would take him 4 hours to reach shore, by which time, Chilean ground troops would be well inside Bolivia. [-1 Small Ship from Chile, -2 Small Ships from Bolivia]

    At the same time as the Chilean Navy had left port, the Chilean army had begun to wake and prepare for the days battle ahead. At 7 the first elements set off from the camp, with the trailing elements and supply train following an hour later. The army of 10,000 was in high spirits, and along the sides of the column men from various regiments broke away to secure a dinner from the local game. At half 8, the first men of the vanguard crossed into Bolivia, banners flying high in the wind and bands playing full blast. 15 minutes after the vanguard had crossed the border, General Adelmo Cortana arrived and surveyed the scene. His first act on Bolivian soil was to relieve himself against the border sign.


    2.OOB of each Army


    Cortana's good mood was soon to be spoiled however, as he found his way blocked by a Bolivian army of 8,000 men. Whilst smaller and inferior in quality to his own, they were set to defend a small creek that ran to the sea. Whilst the water was little more than a few inches deep, the creek's banks where several feet high, and offered the defender a considerable advantage. Many commanders would have first considered alternate methods to a frontal assault, but not Cortana. Letting his hunger for glory get the better of his tactical knowledge, he immediately ordered Fernadno's Brigade of 3000 men forward to assault the Bolivian first line and take the Creek. This attack would then be followed up by Rodriguez's Brigade, who would assault the hill on which the Bolivian left was anchored, and from which the combined firepower of 8 guns could dominate the battlefield. Alvarado's cavalry and Linares infantry would then exploit any break in the enemy line.


    3.Starting dispositions of the Armies


    Fernando's Brigade started its push first, covered by the fire of its own guns. Under fire from the guns of Diez's militia formations, they advanced in column taking light losses from the 2 guns focused against them. Once within 200m of the Creek, they spread out into line and continued their advance. At a steady march, they reached the South bank of the Creek and began to descend when Diez's militia sprang from cover where they had been lying down and opened fire in a huge volley at 20 yards range. The chaos caused by this volley severely hampered the advance, with several officers being struck down and many men simply running for cover in disarray. As more men piled into the Creek, the rocks became soaked with blood and successive waves found themselves slipping on the rocks. In many cases, men simply fell over and never got up, too terrified to move. Those that did retain their courage found cover and began to return fire, taking worse than they gave despite the inferior quality of Diez's troops.

    Meanwhile, Rodriguez's Brigade began to advance under the cover of a 16 gun bombardment of the hill and far bank. Return fire came from 8 guns positioned at the top of the hill, these were well crewed and made their presence felt, inflicting heavy casualties upon Rodriguez's advancing troops. Rodriguez's men did not falter in their advance however, and upon reaching the Creek were surprised to find that all the enemies defending the far bank were fleeing back up the hill away from them. As would later be discovered, a lucky hit from a shrapnel shell had landed right in the midst of a meeting being held by Brigadier Barboza with his officers. This shell wiped out a huge amount of the Brigades officers, leaving a Captain with no experience in overall command. Rodriguez and his men were quick to seize this opportunity, and after quickly reforming charged up the hill, driving off the smaller force of defenders and seizing 4 of the guns.

    With the Bolivian left broken by a stroke of good luck, Cortana ordered forward Alvarado's horse to exploit the gap. They advanced and crossed the Creek, finding themselves in front of a much smaller force of cavalry under Mendoza. They charged, and routed the Bolivian cavalry from the field, although caused few casualties.

    With every other Bolivian unit in retreat, Diez's position looked grim. Spurred on by the sight of friendly cavalry crossing upstream, a Chilean Colonel rose from his cover, grabbed a fallen banner from the floor, drew his sword and shouted 'Glory or Death!' and charged at the Bolivian lines. At first, nobody moved to follow him, the Chilean soldiers too stunned to react to this heroism. The Colonel reached the far bank, clambered up and planted the flag in the ground, he then drew his revolver and began to cut down any Bolivian foolish enough to confront him. The Colonels example broke the terror holding the Chileans, and they broke from cover, charging with their bayonets and mercilessly killing any Bolivian who could not run fast enough.

    With the rout of Diez's militia, the day was in the hands of Cortana. The Army of the Atacama had taken heavy casualties, but had broken the enemy and could now move on to seize most of the coastline unharrassed. [-1500 Regulars from Chile, -1000 Conscripts from Bolivia, - 1000 Regulars from Bolivia]

    On the Bolivian home front, the Chilean Government started a campaign to try and create instability in Bolivia. Leaflets were distributed to passers by, Posters put up and Graffiti painted on buildings, all to no avail. The criticisms levelled by the Chileans were of little concern to the average Bolivian. He had yet to see very little change to his way of life caused by the war, and so accusations of instability had little effect. The Chilean Government also accused the Bolivian leaders of tyranny. But what did supposed Government tyranny matter if he hadn't seen a Government official in any of his years? What did he care if Bolivia wasn't a Democracy? Voting was complicated, and as long as he had food on his plate, a wife who could give him a son and some land to farm he had very little else to worry about. All the campaign succeeded in achieving was the arrest of several pro-Democracy supporters and the hanging of a semi literate Chilean spy who was caught trying to Graffiti on the Presidential Palace, and was subsequently mocked by the guards for the poor grammar he used.
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    Mar 2010
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    [X] President Santiago Quintero.
    "A learning experience is one of those things that say, 'You know that thing you just did? Don't do that.'" - Douglas Adams

    Werewolf Stats: (Wins in Brackets)
    Big:Villager 1/1(CXXI); Seer 0/0; Doctor 0/0;Priest 0/0 ; Werewolf 0/0; Sorcerer 0/0; Cultist 1/1(CLXII)
    Lite: Villager 0/1; Seer 0/0; Werewolf 0/2

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