Diplomacy – Spring 1902

The second year of war!

Fall 1901 | Spring 1902 | Fall 1902

Overview of the map from the previous turn.


England: Attempts an army crossing through the English Channel from London, but with a lack of ships it is a complete and utter failure.

Its two fleets capable of convoying are busy up north with one moving into the North Atlantic Ocean and the other squaring off with a German fleet in the North Sea.

France: Continues to push on Germany with an army moving into Ruhr from Burgundy with support from the army in Belgium.

The fleet in Portugal is told to move to Spain but fails to move with confusion on which coast.

While the army in Marseilles moves into Burgundy.


Germany: The fleet in Holland opposes the English fleet in the North Sea before returning to port.

The army in Berlin moves over to Kiel while the army in Prussia follows into Berlin.

The last army in Munich holds its place out of fear of Austria-Hungary invasion from the east.

Italy: The Italians move the fleet from Tunis into the Western Mediterranean.

The army in Naples moves into Apulia while the Rome army moves into Tuscany.

The last army in Venice holds.


Austria-Hungary: Moves its army from Vienna to Tyrolia

The army in Budapest holds while the army in Romania moves into Serbia.

Its fleet in the Adriatic Sea moves south into the Ionian Sea

Russia: The fleet in Sevastopol moves surprisingly into Armenia behind Turkish lines.

The fleet in Galicia attempts to push into Budapest and is fought back.

The fleet in St. Petersburg moves into the Gulf of Bothnia while the fleet in Sweden moves into the Baltic Sea.

Turkey: The fleet in Ankara holds.

While the army in Smyrna moves into Constantinople.

The fleet that was stationed in Constantinople moves south into the Aegean Sea.

And the army in Bulgari moves into Greece.

It seems the Turkish communication lines are finish straightened out, but with Russia in Armenia, confusion is sure to be created.

The overview picture of this turn.


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