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Map Game rulesEdit

  1. One turn per day.
    1. One turn is half a in-game year.
  2. Game starts in 1901 AD.
  1. Every player may have one country.
    1. You can play as a vassel, but remember to vasselate or end vassel status.
    2. You can't play as a colony or a not yet-existing nation unless you declare independence.
  2. Game is archieved once in every month.
  3. Be plausible.
  4. Wars
    1. You need a Casus Belli before declaration of a war.
    2. If you are fighting on two or more fronts in one time, always write down, how many troops do you send to each front.
    3. The algorithm will be calculated on every front in every turn. The player who gets more points will conquer territories. If every side has the same value, the front will not move.
  5. Game will start when we have at least 10 players and 2 mods, but of course we accept new players and mods every-time.
  6. Edanonic depressions and disasters can happen anytime.
  7. Tech can get 1-2 years ahead of OTL in a tecnicaly minded nation.
  8. You'll be able to run technological projects (Manhattan project, Space projects, etc.) if you have the tech level needed for it.

Mods and map makersEdit

Post your name here in italics, if I approve it, it'll become bold.

Base MapEdit

1901 new world set up


Present game mapEdit



Over viewEdit

Several highly unlikely OTL events, big and small, have disrupted history. Attitudes, tech, sport, creed, politics and the rest are 99% the same as in the real 1901. The difference is the number of oddball city states, rebellious territories, unstable borders, unusual borders and surviving minor nations (especially Khanates and Emirates). 


The central 50% of the Chukchi Sea was 10 foot deaper than in reality.

The Chukchi carried a necrotising plague that they, and near by tribes like the Koryaks and Nivkh, had become naturally immune. It had struck in places over years and killed nearly 0.5% of Buryat in 1240, 1% of Juchen in 1250s, 1% of Khalkha Mongols in the 1450s, 2.56% of Orriots in the 1540's, 0.5% of Ahtna in 1555, 0.5% of Evenks in 1558, 50.5% of Manchu in the 1560s, 2.5% Chinese in 1727, 0.1% of all Urger in 1818 and 0.1% of all Japanese in 1819. It then died out.

The Dörbet, Tümed, Bayad, Khalkha, Buryat, Daur and Hamnigan Mongolic tribal federations all formed a temporary alliance try to see off the Russians, Dzungarian, Hord Manchu and Chinese in 1607–1612, 1623, 1640 and 1689, but are not successful and finally fell to China and Russia by 1727.

In 1689, by the Treaty of Nerchinsk, the Russians abandoned the whole Amur country including Albazin. The frontier was established as the Argun River and the Stanovoy Mountains. In 1727 the Treaty of Kyakhta confirmed and clarified this border and regulated Russo-Chinese trade. Russia would chose not to break or ignore the Treaty of Nerchinsk, unlike in real life.

The Gorlos Mongols briefly rebell agaist Chinese rule in 1727.

n 1742, Saint Petersburg ordered another war in which the Chukchis and Koryaks were to be "totally extirpated". The war (1744–47) was conducted with similar brutality and ended when Pavlutsky was killed in March 1747. It is said that the Chukchis kept his head as a trophy for a number of years. As this took the "Chukchi plague" killed 10% of all Russians in the Kamchatka region, 2.5% in the Transbaikal region and 0.5% of those in the Tobolsk/Tomsk/Omsk region. It then died out. The Chukchi Peninsula was abandoned untill peacefull contact was made in 1857.

A major accidental  fire burnt down about 5% of Shanghai and killed hundreds in 1757.

The Nepalese–Tibetan War was fought from 1855 to 1856 in Tibet between the forces of the Tibetan government and the invading Nepalese army as in OTL, leading to the OTL/ATL Treaty of Thapathali.

Hǎishēnwǎi becomes a major Chinese port after 1888. It is full of Chinese and Manchu, plus the odd Japanese, French, English, American, Russian and Korean trader.

Japan took over the southern tip of Kamchatka and the Commander Islands in 1899.

The early growth of the Boxer movement coincided with the Hundred Days' Reforms (11 June–21 September 1898). Progressive Chinese officials, with support from Protestant missionaries, persuaded Emperor Guangxu to institute reforms which alienated many conservative officials by their sweeping nature. Such opposition from conservative officials led the Empress Dowager to intervene and reverse the reforms. The failure of the reform movement disillusioned many educated Chinese and thus further weakened the Qing government. After the reforms ended the conservative Empress Dowager Cixi seized power and placed the reformist Guangxu Emperor under house arrest. The European powers were sympathetic to the imprisoned emperor, and opposed Cixi's plan to replace him. The national crisis was widely seen as being caused by foreign aggression. Empress Dowager Cixi then died of a unforeseen ATL brain tumor in the winter of 1900. With this Emperor Guangxu took over and negotiated a more favorable peace treaty with the Western and Japanese forces.


The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (and Bremerhaven) never joins in to Prussia or Germany and stayed an independent mercantile state.

In 1742, most of Silesia was seized by King Frederick the Great of Prussia in the War of the Austrian Succession, becoming the Prussian Province of Silesia; consequently, Silesia became part of the German Empire when it was proclaimed in 1871.

Emelian Pugachev's 1762-64 Rebellion of Cossacks and Peasants disrupted the Russian Empire further as in OTL.

Grand Duchy of Finland got much autonomy from Russia in 1809 as in OTL.

Between 1823 and 1873, the Łódź's population doubled every ten years. The years 1870–1890 marked the period of most intense industrial development in the city's history. Many of the industrialists were Jewish. Łódź soon became a major centre of the Polish socialist movement.

In the Greater Poland Uprising of 1806, Polish soldiers and civilian volunteers assisted the efforts of Napoleon by driving out Prussian forces from the region. A Greater Poland Uprising during the Revolutions of 1848 was ultimately unsuccessful, and the Grand Duchy lost its remaining autonomy, Poznań becoming simply the capital of the Prussian Province of Posen. Also following the repeated violations of the Polish constitution by the Russians, the 1830 November Uprising broke out. However, the Polish-Russian war of 1831 ended in the uprising's defeat and in the curtailment of the Kingdom's autonomy. The Underground Polish National Government resided in Warsaw during January Uprising in 1863–64.

The Hungarian Revolution of 1848 did have some effect in promoting local resentment at Austrian authoritarianism. The Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 never happened as both nations fell out with each other. The brief civil war of 1866 lead to the division of the nation in to ATL independent rather than OTL autonomous states. The Austrian Empire and Kingdom of Hungary made a lasting peace 5 years later.

On October 10, 1854, the Wrocław Jewish Theological Seminary (Fränckelscher Stiftung) opened. The institution was the first modern rabbinical seminary in Central Europe.

In 1866, Austria granted a degree of autonomy to Galicia and the city of Kraków after its own defeat in the Austro-Prussian War. The Finnish famine of 1866–1868 killed 15% of the population, making it one of the worst famines in European history. The famine led the Russian Empire to ease financial regulations, and investment rose in following decades. Economic and political development was rapid. The GDP per capita was still half of that of the United States and a third of that of Britain.

Russia gave limited ATL autonomy to the Baltic States in 1875.

Warsaw flourished in the late 19th century under Mayor Sokrates Starynkiewicz (1875–92), a Russian-born general appointed by Tsar Alexander III. Under Starynkiewicz Warsaw saw its first water and sewer systems that were designed and built by the English engineer William Lindley and his son, William Heerlein Lindley, as well as the expansion and modernisation of trams, street lighting and gas works. Unlike in OTL, the Russians had lerned from Mayor Sokrates Starynkiewicz and spread his placies across all urban localaties in the then ATL equivent of today's OTL Masovian Voivodeship, thus blunting nationalist sentiment in the region.

With romantic nationalism rising in Finland, Poland, Bohemia, Romania, Greece and Croatia, things were becoming a bit chaotic by the 1880s. Its crucial waves had followed the Polish defeat in the January Uprising in 1864, in places such as Płock, Łuków, Warsaw, Siewierz and Radom. Anti-Jewish pogroms hit Płock, Breslau, Łuków, Łowicz, Warsaw and Radom in 1872, 1878 and 1892.

The Triune Kingdom of Croatia broke off peaceably in 1888 due to the rise of nationalism in the region. The only unifying factor was the Hapsburg Emperors, who ruled in Austria, took a titular only role in Hungary and Croatia like the OTL British Monarchy now dose in Commonwealth nations like the Solomon Islands and Canada.

Germany starts to build Wrocław Fortress in 1890 and it is finished in 1892. 

The Austrian Empire lost the Polish/Czech/German Republic of Karviná (Karviná, Darkov, Ráj, Krásná (OTL Frýdek-Místek District), Orlová, Fryštát, Těšín and Doubrava) and Kingdom of Hungary lost the Slovak/Czech  Republic of Námestovo (Žibritov, Dolný Kubín, Žilina, Sedliacka, Dubová, Námestovo, Tvrdošín, Krušetnica) after a bloody rebellion over linguistic rights and taxation in 1895.

In 1892 a huge strike paralysed most of the factories in Łódź. According to Russian census of 1897, out of the total population of 315,000, Jews constituted 99,000 (around 31% percent). The Russians pathologically hated Jews and Germans thought Yiddishers were ethnically inferior. Anti-German\Russian riots hit  Łowicz, Bocheń, Żyrardów and Wiskitki that year.

On the other hand, German cultural fashcisum, Polonaphobia and anti-Sematisum became a bit more uglyer than in OTL Wrocław and after a perticularly ugly Polonaphobic riot by Germans living in Wrocław; the Poles, Silezians, Jews (who the Poles also hated) and Czechs rebelled, declaired indipendence and kicked the Germans out after 2 month seage in 1899. Several Jews also set fire to prominent buildings in near by Breslau at the time. Łódź along with near by Łowicz rose up likewise with in a mater of days and set up a minor Polish/Jewish state, but the Łódź-Łowicz Socialist Republic unstable and riotus due to Polish/Jewish hatreds in it's own ranks.A major anti-German/Russian Jewish/Roma riot hit Płock a few days later, but was quickly quelled by the Russians.

As Russia began to backtrack in Finnish autonamy in 1899, rebelions broke out in yjr towns of Kalajoki, Oulu, Helsinki, Kempele, Priozersk and Petrozavodsk.

1899 Ruthian Republic successfully rebelled against Hungary with help from Russia.

Belz, Lviv, Brody and Truskavets rebeled aginst Austria in 1999 and set the Polish/Ukrainan/Russian/Romanian/Hungarian/Roma/Jewsh Republic of Lviv. It was a very unstable nation due to its ethnic mixture and both Austria and Russia wanted it.

Nationalist protests occered in Poznan and Cottbus in 1900.


No change to OTL.

South AmericaEdit

Exploiting internal Argentine conflicts that arose after the Argentine Declaration of Independence, Bolivia annexed Tarija in 1826. In 1834, Jujuy withdrew from Salta and became a separate province.  Starting from the Chilean silver rush in the 1830s, Atacama was prospected and populated by Chileans backed by Chilean and (mainly British) European capital. Chilean and foreign enterprises in the region eventually extended their control to the Peruvian saltpeter mines. During the 1870s, Peru capitalized on the guano exploitation and nationalized all industries in the region. Peru controlled 58.8% of all saltpeter production, while Chile held 19% and Great Britain 13.5%. In the Peruvian region of Tarapacá Peruvian people constituted a minority behind both Chileans and Bolivians. Conflicts between Chilean and Bolivian miners were common in Peruvian saltpeter works.  In some cases conflicts developed a xenophobic character, a notorious case occurred in 1870 when Chile had to evacuate its citizens from the Peruvian port of Iquique.

The controversy was a direct aftermath of the War of the Pacific (1879–1883), a confrontation that involved Chile against Peru and Bolivia. Chile won the war and conquered the Peruvian territories of Tarapacá, Tacna and Arica. The defeated Peruvian government was forced to sign the Treaty of Ancón in 1883.

The Puna de Atacama dispute arose over the ownership of the arid high plateau of Puna de Atacama. The dispute originated with the Chilean annexation of the Bolivian Litoral Department in 1879 during the War of the Pacific. In 1879 the Chilean Army occupied San Pedro de Atacama the main settlement of the current Chilean part of Puna de Atacama. By 1884 Bolivia and its ally Peru had lost the war and Argentina communicated to the Chilean Government that the border line in the Puna was still a pending issue between Argentina and Bolivia. Chile answered that the Puna de Atacama still belonged to Bolivia. The same year Argentina occupied Pastos Grandes in the Puna.

During the war Chile dropped its claims on more than 1,000,000 km2 (390,000 sq mi) of Patagonia in the 1881 Chile/Argentina treaty, to ensure Argentina's neutrality. After the war, the Puna de Atacama dispute grew until 1899, since both Chile and Argentina claimed former Bolivian territories.

In this Treaty, Tarapacá was annexed to Chile. However, the fate of both Tacna and Arica was to be decided by a plebiscite to be held in 1893. Due to different points of view, both countries were not able to agree on the conditions of this plebiscite. So, it was not held. The Tacna–Arica compromise was never created and so the city of Yacuíba  (The city's name is derived from the Guaraní yaku-iba, meaning roughly "fowls' watering hole") and the provinces of Jujuly, Salta, Arica, Antofagasta, Tarapacá and Tacna provinces formed the interim and desputed  "Territory of Los Andes". It had fallen into complete chaos under an adequate interim local joint administration of the "Territory of Los Andes" by 1897 and thus a new war loomed after 1899 as everyone wanted all the land for themselves!

North AmericaEdit

The 1795 Nootka Convention was never needed as Spain was let hold on to the 5 year old Fort San Miguel, Friendly Cove, Nootka Sound. Maquinna, chief of the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nations became an allie and allowed by the British to trade with them. Spain was not let expand further in the region.

James Knox Polk, the first of ten children, was born on November 2, 1795 in a farmhouse (possibly a log cabin) in what is now Pineville, North Carolina in Mecklenburg County, just outside Charlotte. He was a Scots-Irish descended protestant Christian. He died in a ATL teenage riding accident and never became president. The US did not have him as president to drive them to war with Mexico.

Russia belatedly settled Southcentral Alaska, Southwest Alaska and the Aleutian Islands between 1800 and 1835.

America settled Alaskan Panhandle between 1800 and 1825.

The Republic of Yucatán rebels against and seceded from Mexico in 1841.

Following the death of Joseph Smith in 1844, Brigham Young as president of the Quorum of the Twelve became the effective leader of the Latter Day Saints in Nauvoo, Illinois.

To address the growing conflicts between his people and their neighbors, who thought they were heretics and cranks, Mr. Young agreed with Illinois Governor Thomas Ford in October 1845 that the Mormons would leave by the following year. Brigham Young and the first band of Mormon pioneers came to the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847. Over the next 22 years, more than 70,000 pioneers crossed the plains and settled in Utah. American fur trappers and miners were also infiltrating what is to us the northern OTL California and eastern OTL Utah areas. The Caste War of Yucatán starts in 1847. 

The República de Yucatán (Yucatan Republic) is finally suppressed after worse than OTL local resistance in 1849, 1 year later than in OTL, but the Mayan rebels still fight on, and will hold on until 1901 in some places.

The The California Gold Rush of 1848–1855 did take place and brought many Americans to Scrimento, Eurika and the Seierra Nevada. Many Spanish, Chinese and Mexicans went to San Francisco and Sacramento.

In 1853, the American soldier of fortune William Walker, captures La Paz, declaring himself President of the Republic of Lower California. The Mexican government forces his retreat after several months.

The Mexican rebel provinces of Yucatan, along Baja California and Alta California then also become independent in a 1854 in the popular rebellion that would cause the Mexican Civil War (AKA- The Reformist War) of 1857–1861. The fighting in and around Tucson was horrific for both sides.

In 1855, William Bringhurst led a group of 29 Mormon missionaries from Utah to the Las Vegas Valley. They biult a fort and small Village called Las Vegas. The United Kingdom recognized the Chan Santa Cruz Maya as a "de facto" independent nation, in part because of the major trade between Chan Santa Cruz and British Honduras, the present day Belize in 1855. This would become de jure in 1857.

Texas willingly joins the US as in OTL and Nuevo Mexico is bought by the USA in 1858, but Mexico is allowed to keep influence over Alta California, which sub-divided into the federated states of Alto California (La República de la Costa Norte de California, La República de El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles, La república del Valle Central de California and La República de la Arizona) in 1865.

Non-Mormons also entered the northeasternmost part of Alta California during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush, resulting in the discovery of gold at Breckinridge in Arizona in 1859.

Mexico reoccupies Baja California and Yucatan between 1860 and 1875.

Canadians settled Alaska Interior and Alaska North Slope between 1875 and 1885.

Then the U.S. Army, in an attempt to deceive Confederate spies active in Los Angeles in 1864, falsely publicized that it reclaimed the old Mormon fort at Las Vegas village and had renamed it Fort Baker, briefly recalling the area to national attention. After the end of the war in 1865, Octavius Gass, with a commission from the American federal government and the consent of the Arizonan government, did re-occupy the fort. The Paiute nation had declined in numbers and negotiated a new treaty with the United States, ceding the area around the fort to the United States in return for relocation and supplies of food and farming equipment. Consequently, Gass started irrigating the old fields and renamed the area 'Las Vegas Rancho.'

Valle Central de California soon violently splits in to the American miner and trapper dominated Republic of the Sacramento Valley and the Hispanic dominated ranch land of La República del Valle de San Joaquín by 1869. Sacramento Valley then became an American protectorate. Arizona declares its independence from the rest of California, hoping not to get embroiled in any future conflict in the region. Mexican influence ends in California, but stays in Arizona for the next 20 years.

Beginning in 1865, Utah's bloody Black Hawk War developed into the deadliest conflict in the territory's history. Chief Antonga Black Hawk died in 1870, but fights continued to break out until additional federal troops were sent in to suppress the Ghost Dance of 1872. The war is unique among Indian Wars because it was an intense three-way conflict, with mounted Timpanogos Utes led by Antonga Black Hawk fighting Arizonan and LDS authorities. The Apache and Navajo only finally gave up in 1899 after an epic battle with the Arizonans and there Native American allies.

On May 10, 1869, the First Transcontinental Railroad was completed at Promontory Summit, north of the Great Salt Lake. Now The railroad brought increasing numbers of people into the territory and several influential businesspeople made fortunes there. More miners and Mormons arrived. Arizona welcomed their presence as a way to develop their nation's economy via mining, but feared the erosion of native Catholic/Native American values and culture. The miners, trapers and Mormans were given an autonomus zone that covered most of our OTL Utah Territory of 1850–1860, in 1875.

During the 1870s and 1880s laws were passed to punish polygamists due, in part, to the stories coming forth regarding Utah. Notably, Ann Eliza Young—tenth wife to divorce Brigham Young, women's advocate, national lecturer and author of Wife No. 19 or My Life of Bondage and Mr. and Mrs. Fanny Stenhouse, authors of The Rocky Mountain Saints (T. B. H. Stenhouse, 1873) and Tell It All: My Life in Mormonism (Fanny Stenhouse, 1875)

Yucatán and Baja California become independent due to American, French  and British commercial and diplomatic pressure in 1875. 

The last hostile band of Apache, led by Geronimo, surrendered in 1887 (1 year later than OTL) although individual Apaches continued with banditry in the U.S. and Mexico for many additional years. Aptly illustrating both the tenacity and elusiveness of the Apache, thousands of U.S. and Mexican soldiers and Apache scouts pursued Geronimo for more than one year, mostly in northern Mexico, until he was induced to surrender his band of only 36 men, women, and children. 

Borders were finally fixed in 1899 and the Deseret Autonomous region was split down our OTL Nevada/Utah border and became the independent Arizona client states of Deseret (Mormons) and Nevada (miners and mountain men). Both nations secretly wished to join the USA in time.

5 new states and 1 new county were ATL created in 1895. They were-

  1. State of West Florida
  2. State of South Texas
  3. State of Lincon
  4. State of Jefferson
  5. State of Sequoyah
  6. Peconic County, New York

Jefferson, North Texas, South Texas, Louisiana, West Florida and East Florida got a few extra powers at state level, especially on taxation and transportation policies in 1899.

The last great silver-mining district to be developed in Nevada by the American settlers and incomers was at Tonopah, in Nye County, discovered in 1900.

Quebec did become British, but has become a separate British colony and did not join Canada in 1865.

Central AmericaEdit

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Pacific IslandsEdit

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Indian Ocean IslandsEdit

No Changes.

Russia/Persia/British/Middle East/OttomansEdit

In reality the ethnically Uzbek city of Mazar-i-Sharif along with the Bokharan region south of the Amu Darya became part of the Durrani Empire in around 1750 after a treaty of friendship was reached between Muhammad Murad Beg and Ahmad Shah Durrani, the founding father of Afghanistan. In the ATL timeline the gift was 50 camels, 50 high-grade horses and 100 goats, instead of the Bukharan province and it's people.

Some how between the 1830s and 1860s, due to a mixture of closer than in reality inter khanate co-operation, intermittent Ottoman help and above all sheer good luck the Karabakh Khanate, Nakhchivan Khanate, Erivan Khanate, Tabriz Khanate, Talysh Khanate, Shirvan Khanate, Avar Khanate, Shaki Khanate, Ganja Khanate, Quba Khanate, Derbent Khanate, Baku Khanate and Gazikumukh Khanate just managed to stay independent of Russia and Persia, but only at great cost to themselves.

The British decide to let Persia take Herat unlike in real life, but still made sure the rest of the country stayed out of Perian control as in real life.

The central Asian Khans and Emirs observed the goings on in Azerbaijan with concern. The Emirate of Bukhara, Emirate of Kiva, Bādghīs Emirate, Badakhshan Emirate, Darwaz Emirate, Shughnun-Rushan Emirate, Wakhan Emirate, Kunduz Emirate, Karakalpakstan Emirate, Baluchestan, the Teke Turkoman tribal alliance of Derweze city, Yomut Turkoman tribal alliance of Gorgan town, Turkoman tribal alliance of Bereket city, the Turkomn tribal confederacy of the Serakhs Oasis and Serakhs town, Turkoman tribal alliance of Konye-Urgench town, The Cawdor Turkmen, Kazar, Kalmyk and Nogai tribal alliance of the Ustyurt Plateau and Mangystau peninsula, The Uzbek tribal confederacy Daşoguz city, Great Kazakh Hord of Ulı Juz, the Turkoman tribal alliance of Merv City, the Dzungarian Hord, the Turkoman tribal alliance of Geok Tepe fort and the Emirate of Kokand took note of this and did likewise in between the 1860s and 1890s, and just beat the Russians, with a bit of covert help from the Ottomans, persians and Baku Emirate.

The Ottoman Empire gave greater autonomy to several Vallyates such as Tripolitania, Tripoli and Basra in 1899. It used the model the already established style of rule they had already formed in the Judea Vallyat.


Australia did not fully federate. The 1899 plan for home rule in 1901 was to  ATL excluded Western Australia and Queensland were excluded due to ATL/OTL regionalist agitation. Queensland was slated for home rule in 1902 and Western Australia was slated for home rule in 1905. 


A rudimentary Portuguese administration had been established in Manicaland in 1884 and strengthened this in 1889 before there was any British South Africa Company presence in the area, in November 1890. Cecil Rhodes did not care and tried to take over, but the British were frightened when Portugal threatened to end the 1386 Treaty of Windsor, so they told Rhodes to back off, which he reluctantly did so. Manicaland was then attached to Portuguese East Africa. Matabeleland and Mashonaland also remained separate colonies and were not merged into one as in reality.

ATL Zambia and DRC are compleatly diferent to OTL Zambia and DRC. The Yeke Kingdom was defeated by Belgium in the 1880s as in OTL, but in ATL Kazembe had become a Portugese protectorate in the 1840s. Barotseland had become a German protectorate in the 1880s. the Bemba tribel alliance had become a British protectorate in the 1890s. Luba Empire and Lunda Kingdom become Belgian protectorates in the 1890s.




  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Panama
  • Chile
  • Guatemala
  • Colombia
  • Argentina
  • Costa Rica
  • El Salvador
  • Venezuela
  • Perú
  • Argentina
  • Switzerland
  • Yucatan Republic
  • La República de El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles
    • La República del Valle de San Joaquín
    • La República de la Costa Norte de California
  • La República de la Baja California
  • La República de la Arizona
    • Deseret
    • Nevada
  • Territory of Los Andes (Claimed by Chile, Perú, Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia.)
  • USA Spartian300 (talk) 21:12, June 15, 2014 (UTC)
    • Republic of the Sacramento Valley
    • Cuba
    • Panama
    • Honduras
    • Dominican Republic
    • The Philippines
  • Chan Santa Cruz Maya (Anti-Yucatan, separatist rebellion)


  • Ottoman Empire-
    • Rashidi Emirate of Ha'il and Jabal Shammar (Pro-Ottoman and fiercely anti-Najed)
  • Baluchestan
  • Persia
  • Kingdom of Hejaz (Anti-Ottoman colonial rebellion)
    • Saudi Sultanate of Nejd (Anti-Ottoman colonial rebellion)
    • Emirate of Asir (Anti-Ottoman colonial rebellion)
    • Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen (Anti-Ottoman colonial rebellion)
    • Albania (Anti-Ottoman colonial rebellion)
  • Sultanate of Sulu (Anti-USA colonial rebellion)
  • Kingdom of Siam
  • Azerbaijan Democratic Republic (Anti-Azari Khans pro-unification rebellion):
  • Karabakh khanate.
  • Nakhchivan khanate.
  • Erivan khanate.
  • Tabriz Khanate
  • Baku Khanate
  • Talysh Khanate,
  • Shirvan Khanate,
  • Avar Khanate,
  • Shaki Khanate,
  • Ganja Khanate,
  • Quba Khanate,
  • Derbent Khanate,
  • Gazikumukh Khanate
  • Persia


  • Japan -  
  • China -
    • Wakhan Emirate,
  • Badakhshan Emirate,
    • Bādghīs Emirate,
    • Darwaz Emirate,
    • Shughnun-Rushan Emirate,
  • Bukhara Emirate-
    • Kunduz Emirate,
    • Tekke Turkoman tribal alliance of Derweze city
  • Khiva Emirate-
    • The Cawdor Turkmen, Kazar, Kalmyk and Nogai tribal alliance of the Ustyurt Plateau and Mangystau penisular,
    • Karakalpakstan Emirate,
    • The Uzbek tribal confederacy Daşoguz city
  • Kokand Emirate-
  • The Great Kazakh Hord of Ulı Juz,
  • The Dzungarian Hord,
  • Yomut Turkoman tribal alliance of Gorgan town
  • Turkoman tribal alliance of Bereket city
  • Turkoman tribal alliance of Merv City
  • Turkoman tribal alliance of Geok Tepe fort
    • Turkomn tribal confederacy of the Serakhs Oasis and Serakhs town,
  • Turkoman Tribal Alliance of Konye-Urgench town
  • Mongolia (Anti-Russian colonial rebellion): Kurt Cobain's Haircut (talk) 16:29, June 22, 2014 (UTC)

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