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Perhaps it would be a nice idea to draft a general timeline for IB.

EVENTS BY MONTH

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December

First Milennium A.D.

81-96

  • The Christians that were to become the Lessinu are believed to have left Rome for the wilds of Germania.

135

  • The Roman emperor Hadrian swamps Judea with Roman colonists after defeating Bar Kochba, creating a hybrid culture.

175

  • Marcus Aurelius invades and conquers Boiohemia.

257-273

344

  • Consecration of first bishop of Merv.

360

  • The Franks are accepted as foederati by Rome.

410

420

  • Episcopal See of Merv raised to Metropolitanate.

431

450-550

  • Romano-British migrations to Brittany and Cantabria.

484

500

  • Start of first Irish Golden Age: the Isle of Saints and Scholars.

516

  • At the Battle of Mount Badon, the Saxon advance in Britain is checked by Britons.

577

  • At the Battle of Aquasolis, the Saxons are routed.

600

  • St. Perran's Oratory is founded. St. Perran draws up the "Map of the Cornubian Empire", an unusual circular map that shows all the lands which recognise the suzerainty of the High King.

612

613

  • At the Battle of Aberddui Kemrese forces hold their northern city against Northumbrian invaders.

619

  • Synod of Vagarshapat (Assyrian Church) overturns many of the decisions of the Synod of Beth Lapat.

633

  • Mercian and Kemrese forces conquer Northumbria.

642

  • St. Reoan of Dumnonia sets sail to convert the pagans of the Armorican Isles.

664

  • The Synod of Whitby decides in favour of the British Tradition.

710-722

  • Fierce batles between Dumnonia and Wessex (under King Ina).

711

718

  • Loss of Cantabria to the Moors; remnants of the Cornubian Legions help the Basques and Spaniards rout the Moors at Covadonga near Ovetum. Cantabria passes to Alfonso I of Austurias.

750

  • Moorish invasion of Dumnonia from the Caliphate of Cordoba; the locals are unable to resist the establishment of the Moors at Qalat al-Tariq at Tamarmouth.

758

  • Moors occupy Trurow; build mosque at Trurow.

768

  • Abbot Elfoddew I of Glastein adopts the Roman computation of Easter.

799

  • The Emirate of Qarnaw controls the southern coast of Dumnonia from Trurow to Pednsang. Some conversions amongst the locals and nobles take place.

814

  • Egbert of Wessex marches through Dumnonia; succeeds in "laying waste the land from East to West". The armies of Wessex destroy the Emirate and the Dumnonians are able to reoccupy the territory thereafter. A number of Moors survive in the regions around Trurow, though Islam in the Kingdom quietly fades away due to lack of political control. Early Cornubian Muslims create a number of beautiful manuscript styles and influence local architecture.

820

  • Prince Costenhin IV of Kemr is killed in a Viking raid, the beginning of a 200-year period of raids.

825

  • The Dumnonians march against Egbert and win at Camuloritis.

838

  • The Dumnonian-Danish alliance has some success against Egbert. Prince Gereint IV of Cambria defeats and kills Egbert of Wessex at Billeduno; the border between Latin and Saxon Britain is established (usually refered to as "The Fence").
  • Constantinus V, Emperor of the Cornubians, recognises the suzerainty of the Prince of Kemr thus reuniting the remains of the Roman Province of Britain. The Princes of Kemr recognise the authority of the High King within the new Province. The title "Emperor of the Cornubians" expires.

840

  • Closing of first Irish Golden Age, beginning of the Age of the Kingdoms and Invasions.

845

  • Nominus of Brittany defeats Charles the Bold at Ballon.

871

  • Gereint V is killed by Viking invaders, the end of Mercian-Kemrese hegemony in northern England.

878

  • King Guthrum unites England under the Danelaw.

919

  • Norse raids commence along the coasts of Brittany.

921

963

  • The first monastery, the Great Lavra, on Mt. Athos is founded by St. Athanasius.

972

  • The first charter of the monastic community is signed by the Emperor John I Tsimiskes and the monks of Mount Athos, officially establishing the coenobitic system alongside the hermitages.

980

  • The monastery of St. George the Painter is founded by Moses, Aaron and John, three monks from Bulgaria.

982

  • The Monastery of the Dormition is founded by St. John from Iberia (Georgia).

11th to 13th Centuries

1000

  • Briain Boruma mac Cennédig is recognised as the first and last true Ard Rí (High King) of Ireland.

1045

  • Emperor Constantine IX Monomachus signs the second Typikon, in which Mt. Athos is officially termed the Holy Mountain.

1058

  • Monks from Kiev establish the Monastery of the All-Holy Theotokos.

1066

  • Norman Conquest: King Harald of England and Prince Costenhin V of Kemr are killed at Hastings.

1067

  • First permanent non-religious settlement of Lundy.

1071-1294

  • Period of border wars between Norman England and Kemr.

1076

  • The Monastery of the Forty Martyrs is turned over to monks of the Armenian Orthodox Church, the first instance of a Greek monastery being turned over to non-Greek monks.

1132

  • Xliponia is formed through the unification of several small monarchies under Odo I.

1152

  • Cambriese Rite Church officially recognises the authority of the Pope of Rome as Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church.

1155

  • Prince Pedr of Kemr invades Ireland

1190

  • English Earl Edward of Mersdon becomes King of Xliponia.

1194

  • Cambrian monks land on the shore of the Holy Mountain and are invited to take over the deserted Monastery of St. Nicholas.

1198

  • The monastery of Chilandar is founded by St. Sava for Serbian monks.

c.1200

  • Manco Qhapaq I founds the Kingdom of Qusqu.

1210

  • Manican crusade under Pope Innocent against the Arvorec Christians in the Channel Isles; in the years surrounding the Crusade, many Islanders flee to Brittany, where they find refuge in the northern parts of the land.

1216

  • Romano-Celtic Paganism officially ends with the transfer of duties from the last pagan high priest of Epona to the abbot bishop of Esca.

1220-1236

  • The Armoric Isles launch raids against the French coasts. Breton forces join the affray.

1259

  • The founding of the University of Glastein.

1282-1294

  • The English occupy Kemr.

1291

  • Expelled English Jews settle in the Kemrese Province of Gwenedd.

14th and 15th Centuries

1307

  • The Senat y Stannoer, or Tinners' Senate is inaugurated ensuring the rights and privileges of Dumnonia within Cambria.
  • The fifteen remaining monks of the Monastery of St. Stephen are transferred to the Monastery of Sts. Peter and Paul. Monks of the Catholic Maronite Rite, fleeing the persecution of the Mamelukes are invited to occupy the Monastery of St. Stephen, which they rename the Monastery of St. Maroun.

1311

  • Jocko di Pednsang named Mayor of Lundy

1315-1316

  • Complete failure of crops in western Dumnonia.

1348

  • The Black Death strikes Dumnonia.

1364

  • War with France: Cornouaille overrun, but recovers thereafter.

1383

  • The Ottoman Turks seize Mount Athos and the first period of Ottoman rule begins.

1389

1392

  • The Southern Court of Japan comes to an end, descendants becoming the Cumazawa family.

1401

  • Prince Ewein leads a series of raids on England; Dumnonians under Julius Broglios play a large role.

1403

  • After the Turks are defeated at the Battle of Angora (1402), Mount Athos is restored to Byzantine sovereignty.

1406

  • Prince Ewein, a Kemrese noble, presides over the national senate, the traditional beginning of parliamentary rule in Upper Kemr.

1424

  • A delegation of monks from Mount Athos visits Sultan Murad II in Adrianople. The second period of Ottoman rule begins.*

1438

  • The Sapa Inka Pachakutiq reorganizes the government of the Kingdom of Qusqu into the Empire of Tawantinsuyu.

1453

  • The Fall of Constantinople; Kemr is the only of the Roman Empire not in barbarian control. The first refugees from Constantinople make their way to Spain.
  • Gereint VII is the first Kemrese ruler to be crowned after the fall of Constantinople.

1460

  • The University of Namnetio (Brittany) is founded.
  • Gereint VII is crowned as the first king of Kemr, rather than prince.

1475

  • The Ottoman Empire conquers the Italian colonies of the Crimea and establishes suzerainty over the Crimean Khanate.

1492

  • After the Expulsión from Iberia, a number of Muslims find their way to Esca, where most Kemrese Muslims have lived since the 10th century. A small number of Jews, apparently on their way to Mueva Sefarad in America, end up in Dûnein as well. A number of Moorish fortifications were taken over by the Dumnonians in the ninth century: Qalat al-Tariq, al-Fal and the grand and imposing structure al-Mical.

1497

  • Myghæl Iosef Smaþwyr leads an army of 20,000 Wessishmen from the Isle of Wight to march unsuccessfully to London to call for independence, the last invasion of London by a foreign power. The rebellion is crushed.

16th Century

1508

  • The High Senate at Castreleon recognises the Tinners Senate as the governing body for provincial matters. This recognition is often and largely ignored. On the other hand, it is at times spectacularly upheld.

1514

  • Heart of Queen Anna of Cornouaille is enshrined in the cathedral at Namnetio

1520-1532

  • A series of wars with France wear down the province's defenses. In 1532, Queen Claudia is compelled to marry the King of France. Brittany is lost to France by treaty between Kemr and France and Brittany becomes a duchy. Many rights and priviledges are retained by the duchy, but quarrels over sovereignty are not resolved. 1532 is known as the Year of Betrayal.

1533

  • 15 November - Francisco Pizarro conquers the city of Qusqu.

1536

1540s

1542

  • João Rodrigues Cabrilho and his chief pilot Bartolomé Ferrelo, reach the bay of San Diego in September of 1542 after sailing from the port of Navidad in Mejico in June of that year.

1558

1561

1572

  • 14 September - The Sapa Inka Thupaq Amaru is beheaded bringing an end to the Empire of Tawantinsuyu.

1588

1600

  • Tocugawa Ieyasu, future Xògun of Japan, converts to Christianity.

17th Century

1601

  • Tocugawa Ieyasu of Japan becomes a Catholic priest.

1602

  • Sebastian Vizcaíno reaches a bay on December 16th, which he names after Don Gaspár de Zúñiga y Acevedo, Count of Monte Rey. On December 17th, they hold the first mass north of San Diego near a small ravine at the base of the bluff where the future military fort is to be located, near a spring of clean, clear, fresh water, under the limbs of a spreading coast live oak.

1603

  • Tocugawa Ieyasu becomes Xògun and (almost) undisputed ruler of Japan; establishment of Edo as de facto capital of Japan (same as *here*)

1605

  • Tocugawa Ieyasu becomes the first Bishop of Edo.
  • The crown of Castille and Leon opens up settlement of Alta California. Most settlers arrive from Mexico, but large numbers of immigrants whose language would come to be known as Montreiano arrive in the Montréi area after hearing the glowing reports from Sebastian Vizcaíno's expedition three years earlier.

1610

1620

  • Fray Antonio de la Ascención, a rather vocal expeditionary and contemporary of Sebastián Vizcaíno, attempts to drum up support for further settlement of Alta California, especially the San Diego area. He begisn a ten-year series of memorials dedicated to promoting Alta California. His attempts began drawing larger numbers of settlers, primarily to the San Diego area, but many began heading to Montréi.

1625-1628

1629

  • Closing of Japan (slightly earlier than *here*).

1629-1630

1631-1634

  • "Il Belos lor Barbadús", or War with the Bearded Left-handers is fought between Lundy and the Federation of the Channel Islands after Marcus d' l' Ysle, Master of Lundy, insults the Armoricans; the provincial and national governments stay out of the fighting. The Battle of the Pub (1634) is a decisive victory for the Federation as the Lundimen fled the field in horror when the only pub in the island was razed to smoldering ruins; the Master of Lundy apologises for calling the Awranech "nothing but bearded left-handers, the lot of them, and their cats". The island is depopulated, leaving only the monks as Lundy's inhabitants. Legend has it that the Awranaech left the island bereft of all its cats in retribution for the insult.

1653

  • Founding of Saint Perran's University at Trurow.

1666

  • Dr. Ricard Geouffrey of St. Tudy's performs a blood transfusion on a man in Castreleon; publishes a survey of transfusion techniques on farm animals.
  • The Black Death strikes England.

1682

1689

  • Language Laws are enacted by the High Senate: education and business are to be conducted in Brithenig, thus making legal what has for centuries been the customary situation throughout Cambria.

1700

18th Century

1705

1721

1722

  • Dutch sailors reach Henua.

1725

1731

1735

  • Pierre d'Iberville abdicates to his brother, Jean-Baptiste de Bienville, Prince of Louisianne. Population: 100.000 inhabitants, 35.000 soldiers, 15.000 slaves. D'Iberville establishes Duke Côte des Ozarques, dies in 1838 and is buried in the cemetery of the château near modern Acadia on the Loire river, Louisianne.

1743

  • Acadian exodus to Louisianne because of Scottish aggression in Alba Nuadh. New Francy turns a blind eye to the Acadian heretics (they were Huguenots). The Acadians choose to settle Louisianne's coastal bayous.

1754

  • Gwilliame Bligh, renowned Captain of the Bounty, is born at St. Tudy.

1759

  • Alfonso Anjui, future king of Castile and Leon, is born.

1770

  • Louisiannan Census shows 200.000 inhabitants, 50.000 full time soldiers and 70.000 african slaves.
  • Castile and Leon begin to express deeper interest in Alta California. The mission system is formalized, and Fr. Junipero Serra, a Franciscan, is sent to San Diego to found the first official mission in Alta California.

1772

1783

  • Crimea falls to the Russian Empire.

1788

1790

  • The French Revolution. The Intendant of New France decides to follow some of the new dictates of the Republican Government though much of the population and civil service call for a more neutral position.
  • The French Revolution is welcomed at first by the Duchy of Cornouaille's population; the new Republic soon suppresses the British Parliament and abolishes the duchy's rights and priviledges. This year is known as the Second Year of Betrayal.

1791

  • 5 September - Robert Wainwright of Virginia, the wealthiest man in the American colonies manumits his personal fiefdom of more than 500 slaves, mostly Africans, with the Deed of Emancipation. This singular act of the 18th century impresses the younger generation of the NAL's Founders, notably Richard Bonnaire Whittington and James Monroe, the first two General Moderators, who would do the same upon taking office. The actions of these few Founders set in motion a series of events that would lead to the emancipation of all slaves and bondsmen in the Federated Kingdoms (FK) and their colonial empire.
  • The Louisiannan Revolution. Many of the nobility besides the monarch (prince) are exiled. Entire families relocate to New Francy.

1792

  • Because of the execution of the King of France, the Intendant of New_Francy cuts off ties with the Republicans, now declared 'Illegitimates'. The beginning of a period of low-level skirmishes between small groups of monarchists and republicans in the territory of New-France in between the main centers of population of New-Francy and Louisianna.

1793

1794

1796

  • Earthquake at St. Hillary's.

1799

  • The attempted installation of the Dauphin as King of Louisianne.

19th Century

1801

  • Ricard Trevithick invents the road locomotive and operates it at Esca.

1803

  • Founding of North American League
  • Louisianne gains de facto independence, elects a Republican government, and ignores the decrees of Napoleon. The government seat is relocated temporarily from Nouvelle Orléans to St. Louis pending a final decision for the location of the capital.

1804

  • The Brithenig Bible and Massbook is widely distributed by the Methodical Augustinian Order in Kemr and the Comroig colonies.

1805

  • The creation of the Federated Kingdoms by an "Act of Federation between England, Scotland and Cambria".

1806

1807

  • The Tinners' Senate vetoes the Act of Federation.

1808

  • Agreement of the Seven Ariki ends civil war in Henua.

1809

1810

1811

  • The Republic of Paraná declares independence from Portugal in July. Bahia and Fortaleza declare independence in August, but Rio de Janeiro remains royalist.

1813

1814

  • The reality of the Act of Federation is grudgingly accepted by the Tinners' Senate and the great Veto of 1807 is reluctantly overturned.
  • King Pedro returns to Portugal upon Napoleon's defeat.

1818

1819

1821

1822

1824

  • The Republic of Equador is proclaimed in spite of Portuguese campaigns against the rebels.

1825

1826

1827

1828

1829

1831

1832

1834

1835

  • Castile and Leon issues a new constitution, stripping away most of the monarch's power.
  • 1 November - The Sapa Inka Manco Qhapaq II restores the Empire of Tawantinsuyu.

1838

  • Increased aggression by slave-owners in Nouvelle Gaulle, Nord against the anti-slavery Mormons.
  • July 5 - Venezôla signs the declaration of independence.

1839

  • The Uprising of Casnew marks a turning point for greater suffrage in Kemr.

1842

1845

  • Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith are killed and Jean Taylor wounded in Paris-sur-Mizouri by a radical slave owner. This event leads to the end of slavery in Louisianne and a modification of the government.

1846

  • The Portuguese parliament bans slavery. The Northeastern insurgents in South America form the Republic of Bahia.

1850

  • The Castilian Courts ban slavery in all Castilian territories.

1850-1865

  • Period of greatest mining prosperity in the Province of Dûnein.

1853

  • Kings Prison opens on Lundy
  • Crimean War (until 1856)

1855

1858

1860

1864

  • Henua repels small occupation force from New Granada.

1865

1866

  • The Kernow League is formed, whose aims are to preserve Dumnonian languages and cultures from destruction in the advance of Brithenig through the Province. The ultimate goals are secession from Cambria; Cos Nustr is courted. A plunge in copper prices sparks the de-industrialisation of the Province; local economy stagnates for several decades.

1868

1869

  • Hungarian independence from Turkey.
  • May - First Republic of Ezo falls, leaders and supporters cross the ocean to Oregon

1870

  • Rebellion of the Army of Brittany; Parliament is (illegally) reconstituted.
  • The monasteries on Mount Athos gain their independence from the Ottoman Empire as the Serene Monastic Republic of the Holy Mountain, as a provision of the treaty ending the First Balkan War.

1870-1871

1876

  • Japanese protectorate established over Henua.

1877

1878

  • The Holy Synod declares unilaterally its independence of the Ecumenical Patriarch.

1883

1884

1885

  • At the request of the Abbot of St. Maroun Monastery, 42 Maronite Catholic and Greek Orthodox refugee families from Lebanon are permitted to settle on the eastern shore near the Xerxes Canal. The town of Aktí is founded and the silk industry is established.

1887

1889

  • The Ecumenical Patriarch accedes to the independence of the Monastic Republic from his jurisdiction and consecrates the fourth archimandrite a bishop, thus establishing a "patriarchal" succession on the Holy Mountain.

1890

  • The former lands of the Dalmatian crown that had been under Turkish occupation gain independence and the Kingdom of Dalmatian Hercegovina is established.
  • Rob fitz Simmon is the first Briton to capture the world heavyweight championship in pugilism; having won three titles in three weight classes.
  • The steam ferry operated by the Armoric Shipping Company begins service between Llandrow in the Islands and Powyl in Durrow.

1893

1895

  • End of Sino-Japanese War (1893-1895), Japan annexes Taiwan and gains domination over Corea and Lùquiù.

1896

  • Territoire du Nord is divided into Nouvelle Cournouaille and Nouvelle Navarre. The boundaries of Nouvelle Gaulle fixed.
  • Upper Volta is declared and Austro-Dalmatian Imperial & Royal Crown Colony.

1898

1900

20th Century

1901

1902

  • Abdul Aziz al-Saud establishes the Third Saudi State.

1904

1905

1906

1910

1911

  • Japan loses the Second Russo-Japanese War (1910-1911).
  • King Gereint XII of Kemr threatens to withhold Royal Assent to the budget.

1912

1913

1914-1918

  • The First Great War is on in Europe: in spite of rising separatist sentiment, the Duchy of Cornouaille distinguishes itself in defense of France; nearly 20% of its soldiers are slain in battle.
  • The Kemrese Legions distinguish themselves for bravery and gallantry in battle.
  • April - Oltenia achieves independence.
  • May - Moldova achieves independence.

1914

1916

1917

  • Start of the Russian Civil War; brief takeover by the Bolsheviks.
  • Austria sues for peace and the present southern border established.
  • St. Patrick's Day Rebellion: Irish rebels, dissatisfied with lack of progress in establishing Home Rule, take over key points in Dubhlinn. The resulting Kemrese reaction leads to the Cambro-Irish War of Independence.

1918

1919

1920

1921

  • Facing military disaster FK give the Sate of Iraaq to their main local ally, King Faisal I. Iraaq become an independent kingdom under personal union with the Hijaaz.

1922

  • Emperor Taixò of Japan dies (poisoned), beginning of Emperor Go-Meidji's reign.
  • Modern Art Week (Semana de Arte Moderna) in São Paulo, Paraná, sets a standard for pictorial arts and literature.
  • The first Lithuanian colonists arrive in eastern Tejas, where the Lithuanian autonomous areas are established according to the agreement between the leadership of Tejas and Kazys Pakštas.
  • Island of Lundy is bought from Dunein by wealthy businessman Martin Harmon, he is named Mayor of Lundy by the Tinners Senate.
  • Peace treaty between Russia and Basmaçı rebels; Russia recognises State of Turkestan.
  • 37 Greek refugee families from Caesarea (Kayseri) in Turkey are permitted to settle on the western shore. The town of Prosforion is founded and the hand-woven carpet industry is established.

1923

  • The foundation of the SNOR in Russia.
  • 23 Greek refugee families from the island of Pasalimani in the Sea of Marmara are permitted to settle on Ammouliani Island. The town of Ammouliani is founded and the fishing industry is established. The families also cover the interior of the island with citrus groves.

1925

  • The Holy Synod approves and promulgates the Constitution of the Monastic Republic.

1925-1927

  • Two Bretons are the first to circumnavigate the world, touching down in all continents (including a short hop to Antarctica) in a new flying machine called an aeroplane - the journey takes nearly two years as there are many stopovers and long visits made to different countries.

1926

1931

  • Industrial depression in Cambria, 20% unemployed; situation far worse in the Province of Dûnein where nearly 40% are unemployed.
  • According to the so-called Treaty of Friendship, Maasai areas de facto become a Lithuanian colony, known by the name Masaja.
  • Attempted invasion of Turkestan by Russia is repelled by Sino-Turkestani allied operation.
  • New Rongorongo commissioned

1933

1934

1935

  • King Ghazi I of the Hijjaz and Iraaq establishes a SNORist-like regime in Iraaq.

1936

1937

1939

1940

1942-1946

  • Great War II is on in Europe and in Asia.
  • The Duchy of Cornouaille is laid waste by invading German armies; the Bretons once again distinguish themselves for valour in defense of France and in the Resistance movements.

1942

1943

1944

  • Civil war breaks out in the Danubian Confederation.
  • Getulio Vargas, President of Paraná, establishes the Estado Novo and takes full dictatorial powers.

1945

1946

  • An atom bomb is dropped on Xi'an.

1947

1948

1949

1950

  • Administrative reform in Turkestan creates the six Provinces.

1951

1952

1954

1955

1956

  • Codification of Luxemburgish
  • The Suez Crisis
  • Civic disobedience in Estonia against the Russian occupation.
  • 23 October - the Hungarian Revolution.

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

  • Andrei Vlasov is deposed; Yevgeni Lipov becomes the new Supreme Leader of the Russian People.
  • Following a coup in Syria the country splits from the United Arab Republic ending the federation. Nasser resigns.

1963

  • Kongo is granted independence by the CSDS.
  • The Togolese Soviet Republic becomes the Togolese Republic after President Silvanu Olimpiu is assassinated and Nikola Grunitzky becomes president.

1964

1967

1969

1970

1971

  • Lipov is deposed; Marshall Pyotr Popovich becomes the new Supreme Leader of the Russian People.
  • The Thousand Emirates are established by merging the English and Kemrese protectorates in the Yemens (the Federation of Aden and the Trucial Shaykdoms respectively) and the Himyarite Kingdom of Yemen.

1972

1973

  • The Togolese Republic is declared a Marxist-Leninist state by chief of state Major Maceu Kereku and renamed the Togolese Socialist Republic.
  • The Logone Empire is re-conquered and re-integrated into Upper Volta; the war ends but Logone insurgency begins.
  • Iraaqi oil overproduction causes the Oil Crisis of Hijra 1393.

1975

1976

  • 22 September (1 Vendemiare, CLXXXV) - Marc-Albert Mitterand is sworn in as First President of Louisianne.
  • Popovich dies; he is briefly succeeded by patriarch Dmitri Razin as Supreme Leader of the Russian People; Razin dies after a few days, and his place is taken by Dmitri Spiridonov.

1977

  • The death of Spiridonov; Porfiri Bogolyubov becomes the new Supreme Leader of the Russian People.

1979

  • Eastern agitation and insurgency for an independent state of Chad erupts in Upper Volta; the Lagos Accord is signed granting autonomy to the eastern provinces.
  • Andrew Morris purchases Lundy Island and its related prerogatives from the heirs of Mr Harmon.
  • General Qassim is deposed and executed in Iraaq in a coup led by prime-minister Saddaam Hussayn. Iraaq becomes a teocracy.

1980

1980-1985

1981

  • SNOR leader Bogolyubov crowns himself czar.

1982

1984

1985

  • War erupts in Togo as exiled former dictator Major Maceu Kereku returns and declares the eastern part of the country independent as the People's Democratic Socialist Republic of Benin (PDSRB); Ewe State declares independence from PDSRB, lasts less than one day; PDSRB capitulates 38 days after declaration of independence; the war ends and Kereku is executed.
  • Zeleznev resigns; Mikhail Gorbachenko becomes the new Supreme Leader of the Russian People.
  • KwaKholwa becomes independent. It is soon renamed Zululand.

1988

  • The Bulgarian Soviet Republic declares independence from the Confederation of Soviet Danubian States, civil war breaks out; this war is often referred to as the Great Balkan War; by the end of the year Dalmatia, Serbia and Sanjak declare independence as well.
  • Violent campaign by nationalists against English and other foreign influences and immigration. Violence erupts most horrifically in the eastern Centrebs of the Province. Twenty-five Saxons living in the Province are lynched and at least sixty Saxon homes are burnt.

1989

1990

  • Costenhin, Duke of Kemr (Crown Prince), dies of cancer. His son, Pedr, is recognised as heir apparent of Kemr.
  • Sultan Qasım-ulı elected Ilxan of Turkestan.
  • The Gulf War: Iraaq invades Kuwayt but is defeated by a coalition of Arab states next year.

1991-1994

1991

1992

  • Ezo is reintegrated into Japan.
  • Kemr now completely dependent on imported coal

1994

  • The Breton Parliament is bombed by rioting French fishermen.
  • The Assyrian Church is invited to send monks to occupy the long-abandoned Monastery of the Nativity in the Monastic Republic, which they rename the Monastery of St. Thomas.

1995

  • The Imperial Succession Law is changed in Japan to permit female succession.

1996

1997

1999

2000

21st Century

2002

2003

  • War between Hunan and Canton.
  • 20 March - Saddaam Hussayn is deposed in Iraaq.
  • 30 April - Condominium status is approved for the Cruzan Islands.
  • 12 June - The Cruzan High Court rules on the referendum's nature.
  • September - Passage of the Homesteading Act in the Cruzan Islands.
  • 11 September - Doña Maria Gabriella Fürsten zu Solms-Braunfels is crowned Queen of Tejas.

2004

2005

  • 1 January - The Empire of Saint-Domingue declared unified. Elections scheduled for summer.
  • 26 February - ATOE launches their first cosmonaut to space who circles the globe completely an as yet unreleased number of times and then returns safely back to Earth.
  • 30 April 30 - The Lusoamerican Union (with the provisional exception of Uruguay) adopts the conto (¢) as common currency for international trade and exchange.
  • 17 May - SpaceOrg founded by the merger of several Central Asian financiers and amateur space organizations.

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