- 1 1950s
- 2 1960s
- 3 1970s
- 4 1980s
- 5 1990s
- 6 2000s
- 7 2010s
Wessex - Frederick I dies. He is succeeded by Henry X.
Aragon - Queen Joanna II dies. Her son James VII succeeds.
Finland - Eric IV dies. His daughter Sofi becomes queen.
Gothenland - Alexander II dies. His son Alexander III succeeds.
Austria-Bohemia - Emperor Charles VIII (Charles V of Bohemia/Charles II of Austria) dies. He is succeeded by Leopold V/III.
Holy Roman Empire - The electors choose Count Rudolph of Hohenzollern-Hechingen as the new emperor, Rudolph V. He promptly uses his new powers to get the Imperial Diet to ratify the absorption of the Hohenzollern-Haigerloch lands into the two remaining Hohenzollern counties.
Potiguaraland - Wary of their quickly eroding power, Potiguaran lords attempt to seize power however they are quickly defeated by the royal army, on the assumption further democratisation will follow.
Scotland - King Edward dies. He is succeeded by his only child, Elizabeth.
Britannia - Orkney and Man hold plebiscites for the islands on their disputed maritime border. Skye chooses to remain with Orkney whilst Canna goes to Man.
Vinland - Sofía dies. Her daughter Kristjana VIII succeeds.
Asia - China and Japan begin the Great Eastern War. It will prove to be the bloodiest war of the 20th century.
Álengiamark - Wampanoagmark fylke is created out of Sudervik to attempt to give the Wampanoags more autonomy and defuse their revolutionary zeal.
United Netherlands - Henry XIV dies. He is succeeded by William VIII.
Leon - Charles I dies. Charles II succeeds.
Asia - Negotiators forge an uneasy, but so far permanent, ceasefire ending the Great Eastern War between China and Japan.
Hordaland - Frederick III dies. Christian III succeeds.
Denmark - Christopher IX dies. His son Christian III succeeds.
Finland - Queen Sofi dies. Succeeded by Karl III.
France - Charles XII dies. Charles XIII is crowned King of France.
Arles - King Paul dies. He is succeeded by Francis II.
Hohenzollern - Maximillian Schärer debuts his internal combustion engine in Hechingen.
Naples - James VI dies. Francis V succeeds.
Anglia - Christopher IV dies. William V succeeds.
HRE - Emperor Rudolph II dies. King Ludwig VI of Bavaria is elected Emperor Ludwig.
Hungary - Louis VI dies. He is succeeded by Josef IV.
Svealand - Gustav VIII dies. Gustav IX succeeds as king of Svealand.
Aragon - James VII dies. He is succeeded by Peter VIII.
Austria-Bohemia - Leopold V/III dies. He is succeeded by Leopold VI/IV.
Poland-Lithuania - Jan V dies. His son Jan VI succeeds.
Vinland - Kristjana VIII dies. Her daughter Kristjana IX succeeds.
Gothenland - Alexander III dies. John VII succeeds as King of Gothenland.
Poland-Lithuania - Dying suddenly of a heart attack, Jan VI is succeeded by his brother Stephen IV.
Scotland - Neil Armstrong pilots the airship Osprey single-handed across the Atlantic. He is knighted later in the year for services to science.
Queen Elizabeth dies. Her daughter Alexandria succeeds to the Scottish throne.
Leon - Charles II dies. Ferdinand XI succeeds.
Hordaland - Christian III dies. He is succeeded by Haakon IX.
Arles - Francis II dies. His son Frederick XVI succeeds him.
Naples - Francis V dies. His daughter Helen Maria succeeds.
Wessex - Henry X dies. Succeeded by Frederick II.
Portugal - Manuel II succeeds in Portugal. His coronation is marred by protests against the corrupt nature of Portuguese politics and the situation soon deteriorates into a revolutionary civil war.
Denmark - Christian III dies. He is succeeded by his son Christopher X.
Britannia - Wessex officially demands that Anglia holds a free plebiscite in Trentmark, souring relations between the two.
Álengiamark - Queen Brynja III and her husband Frederick, Prince of Darmstadt are assassinated by a lunatic. Thorey VII succeeds to the throne.
Austria-Bohemia - Leopold VI/IV dies. He is succeeded by Leopold VII/V.
Man - Man gives Ynys Mons independence.
Lingit Aani - Gold deposits are discovered in the far North of Lingit Aani. News of the find sparks a movement of people northward from the Leifian states to the south, and rumblings from Japan to the West.
United Netherlands - William VIII dies. He is succeeded by his granddaughter Charlotta.
Holy Roman Empire - Emperor Ludwig dies. The electors choose Joseph III of Liechtenstein as his successor.
Bavaria - Ludwig VII succeeds his father.
Holy Roman Empire - Emperor Joseph II dies. After a long drawn-out election process Prince William VII of Isenburg is elected Emperor.
Thailand - Thailand almost declares war on Perak though intense diplomacy serves to stop any bloodshed.
Geneva - Geneva hosts a 'Worlds Fair' showcasing exhibits from around the globe. An 'Olympiad' is held later in the year to great acclaim.
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