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The 18th and 19th centuries were a time of kingdoms and warfare, as new technology and courage dominated the old world like nothing before. From this small continent empires will stretch across the globe, each ones' foundation created through the blood and toil of its people.
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This timeline explores an alternate shuffling of European power and hegemony, built on the back of old feuds and alliances. This timeline is currently under construction and is constantly changing. Check back frequently for new updates.
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Some topics discussed in this timeline include the formation of Germany, of Italy, the colonization of the New World, and other places, wars and conflicts, alliances, kingdoms, industrialization, and much more.
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is a sovereign state located within the British Isles, known also as the United Kingdom. The nation first came into being on 1 January 1499 with the finalizing of the Treaty of Londinium, uniting the three kingdoms of Britannia, Scotland, and Man. The nations roots trace back to the founding of the Kingdom of Britannia and her first king, the Roman general Constantine I, who declared the British Isles independent in 411 AD.