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Brittain 1768 - 1819

For the past few years, tension between the East and the West has increased. About a decade ago, a number of Chinese states banned Brittish merchants from their markets and monopolized the trade of spices and other luxuries in their lands. The united Kingdom of Great Brittain and France - the major power in Europe - has sworn to avenge, breaking open the Asian markets by force in necessary. Now that the Brittish Parliament gave authorisation to defend the Brittish interrests in Asia by force, a new age has begun. An age in which the Brittish would establish their hegemony over eastern Asia, and would rise to become the sole world power.

I use AGCEEP with MyMap. I started playing England in the Grand Campaign and managed to defeat France, thus established a dual kingdom. I prefer to use a careful expansional course within Europe, partly relying on vassals and trying to switch alliances whenever possible. As of such, Europe managed to stay divided, in a balance of power. History has changed. There was no English Civil War and no serious War of Religion. There will be no American or French Revolutions. Venice, Russia, Cyprus and the Papal States all have an oversea imperium...

This AAR will be written as one story. I will get 'out of character' for time to time to explain things or show interresting or odd things, as well will there be a few 'interludes', but most of it will be one story. Don't expect a lot of screenshots. I don't use screenshots much, only when they were relevant or interresting. Don't worry, there will be other pictures to look at! I like making my own maps from time to time. This way I would elevate the story beyond the game engine. My ultimate goal is to create a plausible, genuine 'alternate reality', with the empathesis on 'reality'!

One more thing needs to be shown before I get started; the map showing my empire and that of my vassals and allies in 1768...

Index

Prelure (19 dec '67 - 31 dec '67)
The British Empire in 1768
Chapter I - Under a tropical sun - pt. 1 (26 jan '68 - 24 feb '68)
Chapter I - Under a tropical sun - pt. 2 (8 mar '68 - 25 nov '69)
Chapter I - Under a tropical sun - pt. 3 (29 dec '69 - 7 mar '70)
 
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Love the map.
I always enjoy a good English AAR, so i'll be following!
 

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Looking nice. :)
 

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A 1768 British AAR is certainly an interesting read!

Good luck in Asia, and wherever fate requires the defence of the crown to be taken.
 

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It looks great!

Good luck with it :)
 

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Prelude

Prelude

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The town of Queensborough on Goree Island, center of Brittish slave trade

Queensborough, December 19, 1767

It seems the autumn stoms finaly came to an end. This morning the HMS Antelope arrived in the harbour, wrecked by yesterday's thunderstorm. Captain Graves said he had lost 22 crewmembers, and several cannons. Two hours later two Dutch slave traders poured in. They reported no damage, except for 25 dead slaves that were unloaded here and shall be thrown off. The harbourmaster said there was no risk of disease, but that the slaves were simply too weak. The Dutch captain felt somewhat aggrigated when he heard he was ripped off, and it took the harbourmaster some effort to keep the good man from drowning his first mate. At times like that, it's good to know we have a full garrison on the island. The past year, Dutch and Portugese sailors are increasingly unruly. Hadn't the slave houses been the reason Queensborough existed, they would have closed the island for Portugese and Dutchmen years ago. Alas. The HMS Antelope brought some interresting news from Europe. It seems Spain stopped sending treasureships to the homeland, as there simply isn't any treasure left in their colonies. The news reminded me about two years ago, when we fought the pirates of Jamaica. The Admirality had ordered us to set sail to Cumberland Bay, as the Danes had blockaded Haiti and outnumbered us three to one. When we supplied, I travelled to Guantanamo, which turned out to be no more than a couple of sheds. That week I learned that Cuba was not quite as rich and prosperous as those Spaniards claimed. Even the sugar fields looked unkept and run-down. When we left for Haiti the next week, it turned out a fever had whiped out much of southern Cuba. That same week our garrison on Cumberland Bay died of that same fever
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Queensborough, December 20, 1767

We are done waiting. An express ship from Southampton reported that Commodore Wells is on his way with four ships, and that he brings important news. The messenger claimed he had no further information, but after persuaing him he said he believed there was something going on in the East. Several years ago there had been a crisis within the East India Company when several Chinese cities boycotted English ships, and forced them out. Back then, the Company could do nothing but complain, but some fellow captains believed that either the Company or the Navy would act to break the boycot. According to the messenger, that was what Wells was going to do. Meanwhile, the crew seems to enjoy themselves. The weather has improved, and most men seem to hang around the harbour or the Admirality Inn. Last week the Admirality bought a dozen weak female slaves to keep the men occupied, and it seems the old trick is still working
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Queensborough, December 22, 1767

The HMS Albion arrived in Queensborough from Saint Lucia. It seems much more individual warships are gathering here. Commodore Wells should arrive later today, and we heard that Vice Admiral Hawke is on his way here from Bordeaux, commanding the Blue Squadron. Lord Hawke's flagship, the HMS Britannia, is a bright new first-rate ship-of-the-line. I would love to see that boat!


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Queensborough, December 23, 1767

Still no trace from either Commodore Wells or Vice Admiral Hawke. The HMS Antelope left for a short trip. I believe Graves is even more impatient than I am. The good news is that we can celebrate Chrismas on shore
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Queensborough, December 24, 1767

Commodore Wells arrived on Goree Island yesterday evening, and all senior captains were to assemble in the Admirality House. It turned out I was right. Sir Charles Saunders, Lord of the Admirality, had ordered Wells and Vice Admiral Hawke to assemble a fleet and sail to Calcutta, from where we shall operate against the Chinese. The HMS Vanguard is supposed to sail ahead together with the Antelope and the Hawke's own flagship, the Britannia. According to Wells, Hawke is planning on establishing a permanent force in Bengal. So far, only Calcutta is property of the East India Company, and it is surrounded by an unruly gang of violent musselmen from the Bengal sultanate. Wells told me Hawke, Saunders and Company director Hastings seek to overthrow the sultan and bring the whole area under Brittish protection! Apart from the fact that Bengal is a rich area, it's also strategicly important if we are to strike the Chinese factories on Malakka and Sumatra. The Portugese have quite some interrests in the East. I wouldn't be surprised if we have to deal with those damn Portuese
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Queensborough, December 27, 1767

The HMS Britannia and her escort, fourth-rate HMS Anson, arrived at Queensborough. The rest of the fleet had assembled at Praia, on the Cape Verdian Islands. I met Vice Admiral Hawke. Hawke is a quiet, rather selfcentered man, and in general unpleasant company. Luckily I am tasked under Commodore Wells, who his less stuck-up and actually has a sense of humour. Wells shall take command of the HMS Antelope, and we shall escort the Britannia together with the HMS Anson and the HMS Arrogante
commanded by captain Whitshed. I was surprised at first when Wells choose the Antelope over the Vanguard, even though the Vanguard is significantly bigger, but I'm happy he did so. According to Wells, we are to set sail for Capetown and than Lindi, where we meet up with the African Squadron. From Lindi we shall escort several indiamen with the Royal Hussars on board, who will meet up with Hastings army in Madras
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Queensborough, December 28, 1767

Commodore Wells told me to keep an eye out on Hawke. The Vice Admiral has send out messengers without informing the governor nor Wells. Although he has the full right to do so, Wells believe Hawke is being careless and he noted that the Chinese trading post on the Azores could be a good place for pirates to operate. If they intercept Hawke's messages back to London, we could have trouble. I personally find it revolting that the Commodore doesn't trust his ranking admiral, but I know Wells long enough to know he wouldn't do such a thing without a reason
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Queensborough, December 31, 1767

The final supplied have arrived from the mainland. Once the Arrogante and Anson are resupplied and repairs on the Antelope are finished, we are ready to set sail. Fishermen from the mainland have reported to the governor that there are some Chinese boats spotted north. Ever since China bought the Azore island of Pico from Portugal in 1621, very few Chinese ships actually reached the island. The Chinese simply don't have ships capable of reaching Europe without docking in Portugese ports. And as the Portugese denied the Chinese access to their ports after the boycot, it's unlikely for Chinese to reach the Azores. Unless... unless they sail the other way around. Could it be possible that the Spaniards helped them reach Pico? I shall ask Hawke if he knows more about these sightings tonight
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Commodore Wells (left) and Vice Admiral Hawke (right)​

These are excepts from the personal log of David Stornoway, Post Captain of the 70 gun third-rate ship-of-the-line HMS Vanguard. The Vanguard is a historical ship built in 1748, and in the real timeline played a major role in the Seven Years War. Captain Stornoway will be one of my main characters, as will Wells and Hawke.
Queensbrough is my colony on Goree Island. It's my only serious settlement in Western Africa (also have two tradeposts) and it has carried a CoT for most of its existence.
 

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Really nice work! So the scenario starts with China owning the azores?

I am not very familiar with the 1768 start, could you post some screenies pls?
 

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A very nice map, and a good start to the AAR proper. Always nice to read AARs that start mid-game (or just plain are not 1419 starts).
 

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The Brittish Empire around the year 1768

And now a short introduction to the Brittish Empire. I started 1768 as the start of my AAR for the sole reason that year it came to my mind that this would be a nice setting for an AAR :)

Western Europe

The Home Isles contain the kingdoms of England and Scotland, united in 1701, as well as Ireland which was aquired in the early 16th century. The Hebrides, Shetlands and other nearby archipelagos are part of the Home Isles, as well as the Island of Man. France was largely conquered in the Hundred Years War (1337-1436), the Southern Netherlands were conquered a century later. Most of Brittany and Luxembourg/Bar joined the Kingdom voluntarily in the 16th century as well. France Comté and southwestern Brittany were claimed from Spain in the First Anglo-Spanish War (1655-1659)
The duchies of Westphalia and Hannover were taken from Denmark and Prussia after the War of Westphalia (1670-1673), and Slesswich-Holstein was taken after the Third Anglo-Danish war (1744-1750). The island of Menorca was taken from Spain after said Anglo-Spanish war. Istria and the county of Zadar were surrendered by the realms of Hungary during the First Anglo-Turkish War (1730-1734). The Dauphine became a vassal after the Hundred Years War, Milan after the Italian Wars (1520-1522) and Savoye after it became independent from the Dauphine around 1650. The Netherlands voluntarily became a vassal around 1590, Cleves was forced to become a vassal after the War of Westphalia and Hessen became an independent vassal a few years after the First Anglo-Spanish war. Venice became an allied vassal after the Anglo-Turkish War.

Southern Europe

The archipelagos of Corfu, Ionia, Lesbos and Naxos, as well as Crete and Cyprus were claimed after said First Anglo-Turkish War. Cyprus was made an independent vassal shortly thereafter. The Crimean peninsula and the area of Jedisan were taken after the Second Prussian War (1723-1725), but they remain unruly as they were mostly inhabited by muslims (save Kaffa).

North America

The first English settlement was founded in 1570, which was called Dover, in Delaware. Most of the east coast was settled or taken from the natives, though there was little open warfare. The Iroqois indians were subdued in the mid 17th century, the Huron and Shawnee in the late 17th century. The Creek and Cherokee indians remain independent to some extend, as they manage to bribe the English with their bountiful treasury. The colony in the very north, Nye Jylland, was taken from Denmark during one of the Anglo-Danish wars

Caribbean

The English colonisation in the Caribbean area started out humble with the slow colonisation of Antigua, St Lucia and the Bahamas, and in the 17th century also Trinidad, Tobago and the Virgin Islands became colonies. Trinidad, Tobago and eventually St. Lucia became a CoT, which gave the Caribbean islands some more importance. Jamaica, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico were eventually take after the Third Anglo-Danish war, which established Brittain as the second power in the Caribbean and largely ended the colonial power of Denmark.

South Africa

The first English colony in South Africa was Capetown, founded in the 1580's, soon followed by Port Anglica, Cambridge and Madagascar. These colonies were ment to form a bridge to the East to conquer pagan Indonesians, but when all these attemps failed (and the Indonesians converted to the islam) Zimbabwe was conquered and - eventually - entirely converted in the early 17th century.

India

In 1768 the Brittish empire only has three settlements in India; Calcutta (Kolkata), Madras and Trankebar, which was taken from Denmark in the Second Anglo-Danish war (1723-1725). Calcutta is difficult to rule, as it's inhabited to muslims, to which I'm untolerant. It will be causing quite some trouble in the future as well.
 

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A useful round-up of where things are.
 

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Hey, Cecasander! I remember you! You were on my Ignore List back in CFC three years ago! A lot has changed since then, including me not going to CFC any more...

Good work here!
 

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Duke of Wellington said:
I hope to see you subdue those unruly Muslims in Calcutta.

I will... eventually. Played ahead to 1790, but they continue to cause me a headache. But they WILL submit!

anonymous4401 - Must have made quite an impression if you still remember me by that :D I believe I matured quite a bit the past three years, and to be honest I haven't visited it for a couple of years as well. It's such a crowded place!
 

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Yes, I have matured as well. Though I did not leave as much of an impression. Let us both leave our pasts behind and look forward to a glorious Paradoxian future!
 

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Excellent backstory for those who have not visited the 1768 scenario in a good while. :)

Crushing the Chinese and the rebels in Calcutta would be an excellent opening measure.