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Map of the World after the end of the Polish-Prussian War

Ongoing conflicts


Name of Conflict

Attacker

Defender

Date

Current Situation

The Fifth Dutch-Ming War

The Ming Empire

The Dutch Empire

5 September 1740 - Present

The Twin Massacres: Guangzhou decimated by Dutch soldiers after murder of 150 Dutch by the Chinese soldiers in Batavia. (February-March 1741)
Manchurian Rebellion in China.

Louisiana War

The Castilian Empire


Nassau (22 October 1740 - present)
Brunswick (24 October 1740 - present)

The French Empire
The Breton Empire (22 October 1740 - present)
New Netherland (14 January 1740 - 10 September 1740)


The British Empire (27 October 1740 - present)
The Portuguese Empire (29 October 1740 - present)

8 January 1740 - Present

Belize fully annexed by New Césarée
45% of Florida occupied by New Césarée
Princesa, New Spanish flagship seized by New Netherland
New Spanish naval capacity destroyed
Castile, France, Nassau, Brittany involved in war (22-24 October)
Britain, Brunswick, Portugal involved in war (24-29 October)

Recently Concluded Conflicts


Name of Conflict

Aggressor

Defender

Conclusion

The Polish-Prussian War

The Commonwealth

Brandenburg-Prussia
The Kalmar Union
Silesia

8 July 1739 - 24 March 1741 (626 days)
Treaty of Warsaw
Royal Prussia ceded to Brandenburg
The Commonwealth revokes all cores held by the Alliance
The Commonwealth dismantles fortifications along the Scandinavian Border
The Commonwealth pays a total of 150,000 złoty to the Alliance
The belligerent sides pledge to a 15-years-long truce
The Anti-Polish Alliance dissolves.

DATE
Treaty of X
List of territorial, etc. changes

Major Powers



The following are a list of major countries. These countries are not listed in any particular order, but happen to be the major military, naval, trade, diplomatic, or colonial powers in the world.

Flag

Country Name

Leader

Government Type

Category

Kingdom of Great Britain
The British Empire

George II of Great Britain

Unitary Constitutional Monarchy

Military
Naval
Trade
Colonial

Kingdom of France
Royaume de France
The French Empire

Louis XV of France

Absolute Monarchy

Military
Naval
Diplomatic
Colonial

Republic of Venice
Repùblica de Venèsia

Doge Alvise Pisani

Merchant Republic

Naval
Trade
Colonial

Kingdom of Portugal
Reino de Portugal
Portuguese Empire

John V of Portugal

Absolute Monarchy

Trade
Diplomatic
Colonial

Kingdom of the Netherlands
Koninkrijk Nederland
The Dutch Empire

Lodewijk II of the Netherlands

Federal Constitutional Monarchy

Trade
Naval
Colonial

Caliphate of Córdoba
Khilāfat Qurṭuba
Andalusian Empire

Hashem ibn Ma'mun

Islamic Caliphate

Military
Diplomatic
Colonial

The Kalmar Union
Kalmarunionen
The Scandinavian Empire

Christian VI of Scandinavia

Absolute Monarchy

Naval
Trade
Colonial

The Electorate of Brandenburg-Prussia
Kurfürstentum Brandenburg-Preußen

Frederick II of Prussia

Absolute Monarchy

Military
Diplomatic

The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
The Polish Empire

Augustus III of Poland, Lithuania, Saxony

Constitutional Monarchy

Military

Major Alliances



The following is a list of the major alliances between various nations in the world. Non-active (passive) Defense pacts (such as the League of Augsburg against France) are not mentioned in the list unless they are involved in a war.

Alliance Name

Alliance Members

Date of Formation

Cause of Alliance

Luso-British Alliance

The British Empire
New England
Virginia
Georgia
River Plate Colony
Victoria


The Portuguese Empire
Portuguese Brazil

1373

Military Alliance

Muslim Triple Alliance

The Andalusian Empire
New Granada


Kingdom of Tunis
Kingdom of Morocco

1489

Defense pact against Christendom

Dutch-Kalmar Alliance

The Dutch Empire
New Netherland
Suriname
Dutch Cape
Staten Land
Dutch East Indies


The Kalmar Union

1670

Military Alliance
Joint Defense Pact

Crusader Alliance

The Papal States


The French Empire
New France
Terre Australe
Kingdom of Jerusalem
The Venetian Empire
Little Venice

1412

Defense Pact against Muslims

Major Rivalries



The following are the main ongoing rivalries in the world of New Netherland. Rivals are countries with no diplomatic relations that view each other with constant hostility, engage in trade warfare by embargoing each other and sanctioning privateer action against each other, and go to war often. The former rivalries (such as the famous Habsburg-Bourbon rivalry that was concluded in the War of the League of Augsburg in 1713)

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