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Danish Too--1792 Denmark Standard - 7/9/2009 12:06:45 AM   
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With the unexpected collapse in Danish Anyone?, we have hit reboot.

Scenerio: Standard Scenerio 1792 Denmark (ie. unmodded 1792 Denmark)
Game Length - 23 years
Economy - Advanced
Difficulty - Wellington (10% march attrition)
Combat Difficulty - Standard
Victory Conditions - Highest Glory


PLAYERS:
ENGLAND--Aprezto TZ-(GMT+12), Lang-broken English
FRANCE--Guctony TZ-(GMT+6), Lang-
Spain---Carl Rugenstein <TZ- US eastern (GMT-5), Lang-English
PRUSSIA--AndrewKurtz <TZ- US Eastern (GMT-5), Lang-English
AUSTRIA--Deerslayer TZ- US eastern (GMT-5), Lang-English
TURKEY-- Kingmaker <
RUSSIA--Ironclad <TZ-(GMT+0), Lang-English
DENMARK---Evwalt < TZ-US central (GMT-6) , Lang-English


PROPOSED HOUSE RULE: No insurrection missions against a human power. Insurrections and coups are still permitted against AI controlled minors.



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Spain & Turn Information - 7/9/2009 1:02:56 AM   
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Current Turn Status:

Turn 69

England = In
France =
Prussia = In
Austria = In
Turkey = In
Russia = In
Denmark = In


Will try and have turns back out within 24 hours of receiving the last turn from above players.

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Information From Spain - Protector Of the True Faith

Be it known that Spain’s actions are being determined by divine guidance.

Indeed, we are on a “Mission From God”.


Trade (Please contact before setting up any trades)

Available Exports:
None currently

Imports Needed:
Cheap Food

Spain is very concerned about the disturbing talk from malcontents in several countries but most specifically it’s own colonies in the Americas. The suggestion that rule should come from any source other than “Divine Right” is simply disgusting to any enlightened man. It is now obvious that our past policy of gentle kindness and guidance to the inhabitants of our American possessions is against the wishes of "his" higher authority. Spain will therefore focus its efforts on the obligation to make it's colonial inhabitants see the true path to their salvation. While Spain’s attention is focused on its children in the Americas, its involvement in European affairs will be limited.

While on its divine mission across the sea, Spain wishes it known that any violation of Spanish territory shall be considered an act of Heresy and Spain knows how to deal with heretics. If Spain is forced into conflict with a heretical country in europe, it's actions will be guided by two principles:

1. Spain will not be bound by such unimportant earthly measures such as Glory.

2. There will be no peace with heretics, ever!!







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Denmark turn information - 7/9/2009 2:41:51 AM   
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Turn Status: Turn 57 submitted.

Availability: Expected 24 hour turn around

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RE: Denmark turn information - 7/9/2009 6:03:09 PM   
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Turn 45 File sent


24 hour turn around time normally.

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RE: Denmark turn information - 7/9/2009 9:11:42 PM   
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HiHi

Bloody typical , gotta tons of things to do before going to work tonight and start files arrive, will get turn done hopefully tomorow afternoon (GMT)

Sorry folks but it will now have to be tomorrow (Sat GMT) before I get the chance to compleate my turn.

Sorry to hold you Goodfolk up, it should be a 1 off, Turn 1 sent in.

Normal turnround in under 24 hrs.

Turkey T69 sent in.

All the Best
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RE: Denmark turn information - 7/9/2009 10:49:35 PM   
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Russia:

Turn 69 sent.

Normal turnaround within 24 hours.

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British Turn - 7/9/2009 11:00:50 PM   
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Turn 17 files sent

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RE: Prussian Turn - 7/10/2009 9:58:27 PM   
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Prussia (AndrewKurtz)

Turn 2 Received and sent

Less than 24 hour turn around time normally.


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RE: Danish Too--1792 Denmark Standard - 7/11/2009 8:46:56 AM   
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France here

Turn status: Turn 6 send
Availability: at the moment every one day after. No internet in the day off.
Good fortunes are with France. Piedemont is a protectory of The Republic.

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RE: Danish Too--1792 Denmark Standard - 7/13/2009 6:19:37 PM   
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Blank post coz I forgot to tick 'Notify by email ... orriginaly.

Any Mods passing through, please deleat this post now, Ta.

Peter

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Denmark Declares War on Sweden! - 7/16/2009 5:22:59 AM   
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July 15, 1792

At Christianborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark

Prince Regent Fredrick steps to the balcony of the Royal Palace, looking at the buzzing crowds below. Wearing the red and blue uniform of the General-of-the-Army, Fredrick is accompanied by a group of men wearing the red and white of the British Army and the red and grey of the Hanoverian forces.

As the Prince holds up his hands, the crowd quiets. “My countrymen,” he begins. “Over the past few years, our country has suffered humiliation after humiliation at the hands of our dastardly neighbors to the north, the Swedes. Danish fishing vessels have been seized by the Swedes without cause; Danish merchantmen stopped on the high seas by Swedish warships!”

“For long years we have endured these insults while trying to reach a peaceful solution. Always we have been rejected! And we will endure them no longer!” Fredrick motions to the cluster of officers to his rear. “With the help of our gallant allies, the British and Hanoverians, we shall teach the Swedes a lesson they shall long remember. As of this moment, Denmark is in a state of WAR with Sweden!”

To the wild cheers of the crowd, Fredrick leads the cluster of officers back into the palace; there to review the invasion plans one last time….

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RE: Denmark Declares War on Sweden! - 7/16/2009 8:41:15 PM   
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A royal description of an epic moment in the marshal history of the Danish people. The festivities must have looked even more impressive from the decks of the combined fleets commanding the harbour. So must the ancient Athenians have felt in those far off days when they despatched their magnificent expedition on its triumphant journey to the west.

Your comments on the different uniforms of the units present led me to recall the story about the King of Naples who when asked about changing the uniform colours of his troops replied , "dress them in whatever colour you like, they will run away just the same."

Not that this would ever apply to your brave soldiers.

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The First Baltic War ends - 7/29/2009 9:49:39 PM   
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March 15, 1793

At Christianborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark

Prince Regent Fredrick walks to the balcony of the Royal Palace, eight months to the day after he announced the beginning of the First Baltic War against Sweden. As he approaches the rail, he is struck by a wall of sound as the cheers of the crowd seem to rattle the very walls of the palace itself.

He looks down on the scene below him. The most decorated regiments of each division drawn up at the front of the courtyard, the huge crowds beyond, all the way out to the harbor, where every ship seems to fly streamers of celebration.

“My fellow countrymen,” he begins, to which the crowd responds with roaring waves of approval. It takes several minutes for them to quiet once again.

“My fellow countrymen, the First Baltic War is over. Sweden is defeated!” Again the crowd roars in approval before quieting as the Prince Regent raises his hands. “Eight short months ago, the provocations of the Swedes drove us to war. Together with our British and Hanoverian allies, we were forced to respond.” Fredrick motioned some of the men standing behind him forward, representatives of both allied armies.

“But the dastardly Swedes know no honor! Faced with invasion, they dispatched entreaties filled with lies to the Russian Tsar, tricking him into war on Sweden’s side. But the Tsar was far too wise to be fooled for long. He quickly discovered the Swedish lies and withdrew his support. Soon the Tsar found himself beseeched by the Finnish people to take them under his protection; to free them from their Swedish oppressors.”

“And now,” Prince Fredrick paused and motioned another man forward, recognized by the many that could see him as the Russian ambassador to Denmark, “now, Russia stands in friendship once again with Denmark, insuring peace will reign in the Baltic Seas for many years to come!”

As the crowd begins cheering again, Prince Fredrick waves goodbye merrily, then turns to lead his guest back into the palace to continue the celebration.


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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/3/2009 1:40:48 PM   
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Austria is going on holiday 8/9-8/21. Are there any concerns with Prussia taking over my turn during this time?

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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/3/2009 4:20:15 PM   
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No problem from Spain.  Have a great holiday !!!

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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/3/2009 7:55:21 PM   
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I have no problems either, especially since we are moving away from the campaign season again.

I would suggest that you post some events where you would like us to wait for your return (ie. all of Europe declares war on you, an enemy gets within 1 march of Vienna, etc.) While I doubt any of those things would happen, I wouldn't mind waiting a little while for your return in such a situation.

(I can pretty well assure you Denmark won't be declaring war on Austria. Too far to walk)


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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/3/2009 9:05:27 PM   
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Are we moving away from the campaigning season? (Dictated from Russian Supreme Headquarters in a mudhole, somewhere in Poland.)

I have no problems either. Just so long as I can persuade Prussia to include me on the share out list for Austria's treasury each turn aka Austria-R-Us!


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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/5/2009 4:20:25 AM   
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It is with great sadness that I must address this communication to the Royal Houses of Europe.  The dastardly French have not only attacked Spain, but have launched a cowardly suprise attack.  Even with the effects of a despicable surprise attack, the French Navy has received a nasty bloody nose.  God is truly with us.

Spain sends call upon all of the royal powers in Europe to join and assist us in our crusade against the godless frogs.  We join in common cause our Prussian and Austrian brothers who recognized the black nature of the French government and leadership before the rest of us.

As noted before, since France is now recognized as a nation of heretics, there will be no peace - ever !!!

Join us in our crusade if you can.  If you cannot participate militarily, please assist us economically so that we may do our utmost to rid Europe of this scourge.

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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/6/2009 6:58:55 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: evwalt

I have no problems either, especially since we are moving away from the campaign season again.

I would suggest that you post some events where you would like us to wait for your return (ie. all of Europe declares war on you, an enemy gets within 1 march of Vienna, etc.) While I doubt any of those things would happen, I wouldn't mind waiting a little while for your return in such a situation.

(I can pretty well assure you Denmark won't be declaring war on Austria. Too far to walk)



I will trust that my Prussian friend provides an appropriate response. :-) Actually I may check my E-mail a few times plus give Andrew my cell # for any emergencies to keep things moving.

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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/6/2009 8:49:48 PM   
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HiHi

Sorry P, a bit late in the day but I have no probs with it either.

All the Best
Peter

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Traitorous King Surrenders Spain - 8/17/2009 1:45:23 AM   
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It is with great sadness that we must announce our beloved monarch has consumated the traitorous act of surrendering Spain to the evil Frogs.  Because of this cowardly action, a Junta is establishing itself to erase this dispicable and cowardly act.  We pray that our king will return to us in the true embrace of Spanish courage.  Until that time we must exercise the authority God has given us.

While we may be forced to temporarly adhere to the wishes of our king (we have no choice but to abide by the asinine surrender rules), in the true spirit of the Spanish people (and their actual historical intransigence), we have no intention of making peace with the Frogs (this was clearly stated in the beginning against any attacker).  We will continue to fight the Frogs with every means possible until they lay unmoving at the foot of their thone.  Take heart my allies.  We will continue to stand at your side despite the actions of our cowardly king.  All of our resources we pledge to help in our righteous cause.  We will not honor the surrender as there can be no honor in dealing with live Frogs.

The Will Of Spain 

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RE: Traitorous King Surrenders Spain - 8/19/2009 3:07:04 PM   
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The terms of the surrender have been set.  The treaty issued by France was appropriately names the "Treaty Of Cooperation".  As our king is still held against his will, that is certainly what the Junta intends to do with our true allies.  With the treaty set we can now move forward.

Please send me your commodity needs.  I will meet them if at all possible.  If you can pay a market price Spain would be grateful.  If you cannot afford to pay for them Spain will provide the commodities for free.  Don't forget to change the status to the apprpriate PBEM settings.

If free passage for your forces is needed, just let me know and write up a treaty request.

If you need depots, let me know and be sure to include mutual use of supply depots in your treaty.  Spain will provide the depots gratis.

Spain will faithfully carry out the other activities discussed.

To Victory And Dead Frogs  !!!

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RE: Traitorous King Surrenders Spain - 8/19/2009 5:34:53 PM   
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To his Majesty the Holy Roman Emperor.

Your Highness I am in haste to advise you that the Court here in Constantinople is at present in uproar over the perceived slight the exclusion of Turkey from the division of Poland has caused; being well grounded in administrative affairs myself I am sure that this is nothing more than an oversight by someone in your secretariat.

However the insult is felt very keenly, and I would ask that you include the province of Podolia, where Turkish troops under no less a commander than His Majesty Selim III have been conducting operations against the Poles, as part of the overall division of Poland and assign it to Turkey as recognition of the part Turkish forces played in the late Polish War.

I would humbly ask that a swift response to appease the hot heads in our Military be issued so as to avert any further Turkish hostility towards your Nation.

I trust this communiqué, written in some haste to try and avert further deterioration of the situation, finds you in good health & peace of spirit.

I remain your respectful Servant.
Peter the Apostate
Grand Vizier to His Sublime Majesty Sultan Selim III

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RE: The First Baltic War ends - 8/20/2009 1:52:33 AM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: evwalt

I have no problems either, especially since we are moving away from the campaign season again.

I would suggest that you post some events where you would like us to wait for your return (ie. all of Europe declares war on you, an enemy gets within 1 march of Vienna, etc.) While I doubt any of those things would happen, I wouldn't mind waiting a little while for your return in such a situation.

(I can pretty well assure you Denmark won't be declaring war on Austria. Too far to walk)



I will trust that my Prussian friend provides an appropriate response. :-) Actually I may check my E-mail a few times plus give Andrew my cell # for any emergencies to keep things moving.


I see many changes since I have been gone... I will read up on E-Mails and back in action this Friday AM.

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Declaration Of will - 8/20/2009 12:36:17 PM   
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To my Fellow Leaders Of Europe

Since I was busy with war affairs I wasnt able to read much about International high talk around.

It is now a good time to declare The New Republics Understandings to all who interested.

We feel that Europe is one fine Single entity which many honorable equal Members in it. As it is One and there is balance and Harmony in it. it must be protected to have that status-que.
Our Recent actions reflects this feeling. We do not take action unless we found it neccesary. Yes every sovereign nation has her right to conquer and prosper. But with mutual understanding.
We exlained our deepest concers regarding this to Spain clearly. In our way of thinking making war to a nation right next to your border requires attention.
Such as Denmark who take action to far distant Sweden has taken our good wills. Even we were far away. We warned Spain dangers of this kind of single
minded actions. To our belief there is no differance in suprise attack we made and her action to Italy without taking our Blessing.
We ask you who is the aggresor then. In our thinking we were obliged to help a single nation from perishing.
As the action comes to conclusion we think we have a clear message to everyone.
France wants to protect the balance of power not destroy it. For this friends for long term cooperation in equal terms are welcomed.. Anyone who fells that is a right goal we are open to any kind of discussion.

Regards

First Consul
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RE: Declaration Of will - 8/21/2009 2:26:29 AM   
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First Consul;

His Britannic Majesty: King George Aprezto III feels he must respond to your statement. While we agree sometimes war is just diplomacy by other means, we were particularly incensed by your incredibly ungentlemanly surprise attack. Has chivalry as well as the Monarchy been lost in previously fair France?

The Spanish King, a close and personal friend of his Majesty, governs a country that has prosperous trading arrangements with Britain. We also border your lands, what is to say you will not sneak legions within close proximity of Britain's holdings and unleash them without an honourable declaration of War?

We also note that your propaganda lackeys have been feeding you falsehood. Britain has not lost a single battle so far on the continent, managing to temporarily capture her supply line will avail you nothing.

Sincerely
His most Britannic Majesty
King George Aprezto III

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French Resolve Crumbling - 8/21/2009 2:28:22 AM   
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Spain has received information from it's "Super Spy" in Paris that French resolve appears to be cracking. In addition to his detailed reports on Frog troop concentrations, "Super Spy" smuggled this photo, er, I mean wood cutting out of the city.








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RE: French Resolve Crumbling - 8/21/2009 3:22:52 AM   
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My Dear friend

His most Britannic Majesty
King George Aprezto III
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We also note that your propaganda lackeys have been feeding you falsehood. Britain has not lost a single battle so far on the continent, managing to temporarily capture her supply line will avail you nothing.


I dont know how to express my suprise One turn ago you were in Paris chatting with French girls with good supply connections to sea now you are out of Paris with no supply connection. I beg you to reconsider it as French success. Or you may considering some strategic withdraw.

Gentleman Proper warning were given To Spain in from our special envoys in form of private Emails. Which were not taking in seriously and result were not not nice for Spain.
And we are waging war here and war doesnt have rules. It such a pity that you are trying to make propaganda in terms of a suprise attack. I say as the game started or even before it started you have good way of understanding how to share Neutral countries. first turn aggresion. How should we feel secure after that action. You are in no place to pointfingers. France has not gain any land from neutral country with war. You are waging war to anyone which is in your way.

We dont belive that You attack France because of our action. You were planning this action long before but our pre-emtive strike forced you to take action before.

That is how we feel and how act.
Spain did not consider Us as allies so we now know what was the bigger plan wait till strong enough and strike when weakest. This is what we consider sinister ACT.
Which can be well expected from Britain....

Regards

Guctony

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RE: French Resolve Crumbling - 8/21/2009 3:39:47 AM   
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I beg to ask the Spanish whether they thought the 'planned action' they 'apparently' had with Britain was such a good thought then, because the French have stolen one of their home territories and a protectorate due to such 'imaginary' planning.

Britain had attempted to thwart French diplomatic efforts to engulf Bavaria, due to a wish to stop that country's capable army falling into republican hands. We had no plans to go to war otherwise we would not be punishing you with so weak a force.

The battle in Paris was within the control of the Generals in the field. An army was supposed to stay in investiture of Paris. The Generals in charge overrode this order on the day and marched to the guns.

I am afraid all French rhetoric is bombast and hot air. You are about to lose the cream of your army in the Bavarians and your other troops are sickly and deseased, normal supply will be restored shortly and normal business with it.

King George Aprezto III

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RE: French Resolve Crumbling - 8/21/2009 4:05:20 AM   
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My dear Sir

Bavaria can be lost and can be taken back. Its proper of warfare. But pride is not something to Trade with.

We will keep your stay as long as possible so to insure anyone and every one that fighting in French soil is very nice for resting.

Dont make us belive that you are taking action because of our suprise attack its a bit naive.

If you werent planning take action let alone weakining of Spain would not mean to you such drastic action. You Urgently take action direcly hearth of the France when you think it is weak dealing with Spain and Austria.
Dont make us think that you have higher agenda for other nations other then your personal intrests.

You would attack anyway suprise attack or not. But You Specially chose to attack When France is weak.

This clearly show your intentions I belive.

rest will be decided by War.....





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