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That looks doable. Pencil me in for RB11. :)

I could do the version 1.0 rules ...

Well since I am the guy with the RoF I think I might throw my hat in the ring for RoF11...

If you want me to do SGW and SGB I'm happy to do it! :P

I'll do the CoA booklet :)

All right then, so far:

  • Rulebook version 1.0 ----- [ RB10 ] ----- Redmick
  • Rulebook version 1.1 ----- [ RB11 ] ----- Cambrius
  • Covenant A4 source book (1.0) ----- [ CoA10 ] ----- Kaldor
  • France A4 source book (1.1) ----- [ RoF11 ] ----- Illuminus
  • Spartan DW blog entries ( http://www.spartangames.co.uk/blog.... ) ----- [ SGB ] ----- Mythic Khan
  • Spartan Website Nation entries ( http://www.spartanga...topian-wars.... ) ----- [ SGW ] ----- MythicKhan

Examples of raw data entries:

Date, Brief Summary of Event Naming Names, Source Citation

1870, All Great Powers effectively at War with each of the others, RB10

1815, Prussia loses the Battle of Waterloo while the French look on, RB11

Text strings formatted as shown in the examples above, to be extracted into a spread sheet and then sorted according to date, producing a timeline. I'll sign up for this bit:

  • Collecting and Compiling the text strings, sorting it in a spreadsheet, posting it in its own thread ----- Pendrake

I propose we use this thread to post the raw data strings and once there is enough material, I will make a new thread with the final product as post #1, which can then be updated and edited as new data is found. (Note to self: add cross reference links to each thread).

Edited to add Kaldor and MythicKhan.

Edited by Pendrake

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There will be some fun for you, Pendrake, in compiling the timeline from these components when the booklets and extras refine a lot of the more vague dates in the rulebooks. :)

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There will be some fun for you, Pendrake, in compiling the timeline from these components when the booklets and extras refine a lot of the more vague dates in the rulebooks. :)

That is one reason the third element, the source identifier, in the text string is so important. Also, I anticipate that conflicting dates for an event or two could be discovered.

( ...And, I have edited post #28 to add Kaldor and MythicKhan. )

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Write, I just did a trawl through SWG, and will do SWB later this week probably. It's a pretty comprehensive list once you get it all in one place. I've also extrapolated back from some data (peoples' ages, the end dates of wars as long as the years are provided). Pendrake, tell me if it needs re-formating!

SGW

1774 – Russian invasion of the Japanese Home Islands

1789 – Birth of Empress Maya

1799 – Nikolai Rurik-Novy seizes power in the Russian Coalition, toppling Tsar Paul, the last of the Romanov dynasty, in the process

1803 – Birth of Mehmed Pasha, future Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Dominions

1804 – Death of Napoleon Bonaparte

1804 – The League of Italian States regains old Venetian territories on the Adriatic Coast, including Split, after the Hapsburg’s submission to Prussia

1804 – Egypt gains its independence from France

1810 – Norway and Sweden become part of the Prussian Empire

1810 – French army shattered by a string of pressures, beginning with exhausting campaigns in Spain, followed by Civil War and Prussian invasion

1815 – First deployment of landships in battle. Britannian technology triumphs over the Prussians at Waterloo.

1815 – The Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth becomes independent of Prussian control after the defeat of Heinrich Otto’s armies at Waterloo

1819 – Birth of Princess Victoria

1819 – Frederick Grunder becomes Emperor of the Prussian Empire

1820s – Empress Maya wrests power from the weakened Tokugawa Shogunate

1821 – France adopts universal male suffrage

1823 – Empire of the Blazing Sun purchases the Philipines from the cash-strapped Republic of Mexico

1825 – Abolition of slavery in the United States of America

1826 – The Britannian government reforms the military into “Armadas”

1828 – Birth of Karol, later King Karol of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth

1828 – Birth of Elizabeta Rives, later Elizabeta de Rosa

1828 – The Ottoman Dominons invade Egypt to crush the pirate menace that operates from its ports. Instead of annexing the country, the Ottoman’s support the Republic’s nascent government, withdrawing peacefully and leaving behind a friendly and stable ally.

1830 – Defeat of the White Army outside Vilnius (or Bialystok, there are two locations given in different places) by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the “Charge of the Angels”

1830s – Belgium becomes an effective satellite of the Republique of France

1830s – French military missions become active all across the globe from this date

1834 – Birth of Suleiman Mustafa, future Sultan of the Ottoman Dominions

1837 – The United States defeats Mexico, annexing Cuba and Puerto Rico in the process

1837 – Queen Victoria crowned at the age of 18

1837 – Formation of the Democratic Union of South America (DUSA)

1838 – Start of the Sino-Russian War

1840s – Giuseppe Garibaldi arrives in the DUSA and wages war on its behalf against the autocratic regimes of Uruguay and Paraguay

1845 – Discovery of the Vault by Sturgeon’s expedition

1847 – End of the nine year inconclusive Sino-Russian War

1848 – Birth of the future Empress Shinzua

1848 – European wide spate of revolutions

1848 – Giuseppe Garibaldi returns home to Italy when news of the revolutions reaches South America

1848 – Elizabeta Rives, later Elisabeta de Rosa, is a student in Milan at this time, she subsequently adopts Marx’s ideals

1849 – Dutch East Indies signed over to the Empire of the Blazing Sun

1850 – Maximillian Schneider’s mercenary army is hired by Sturgeon

1857 – Official founding year of the Covenant of Antarctica

1860 – Southern states take up arms over natural resources, starting the “Ore War”, later to be known as the American Civil War

1862 – Empress Shinzua ascends the Chrysantheum Throne aged 14

1862 – Prospectors discover oil in the southern regions of the Republic of Egypt

1863 – Sublime Lord Suleiman Mustafa I becomes Sultan of the Ottoman Dominions aged 29

1864 – Singapore Incident

1864 – The New Federalist Party wins the first Federated States’ general election, inagurating Nathaniel Adams as President, with Abraham Lincoln as vice-president

1860s – The Federated States of America (FSA) effectively annexes Gran Colombia

1866 – Flight of Markov Helsinki, dissident of Antarctica, to the court of the Tsar

1866 – Election of Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte to the office of President of France

1866 – Carnival season in the DUSA, Communist revolutionaries seize Sao Paolo’s wireless station and broadcast a message of national Marxist revolution. Within a few weeks, the government capitulates, and the Socialist Union of South America is formed.

1867 – Empire of the Blazing Sun purchases the province of Kanawa-Hsi

1868 – Raising of Singapore by the Wani, under General Oni

1868 – The New Federalist Party wins its second general election in the FSA

17th of November, 1870 – Prussian declaration of war on Britannia

November 1870 – Prussian submersible raid on London

SGW Events with no dates

Japan's seven year war in Korea

Coronation of Tsar Vladimir Nikolaievich Rurik-Novy at age twenty after his father’s suicide

-End-

Pretty cool huh? :P

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And here's my contribution! :)

Mid-1650s: Oliver Cromwell inadvertently begins the industrialisation of the Republic of Britain. [1]

1774: Russia invades the Japanese islands. [2]

1804: The French Emperor dies mysteriously. Prussian Emperor Heinrich Otto incorporates the greater part of the old Habsburg dominions into his own. [3]

1808: At the height of his power, Prussian Emperor Heinrich Otto invades France. [4]

1810: The Prussian Empire annexes Norway and Sweden for “reasons of security”. [5]

1811: Prussia’s campaign against the Russians fails. [6]

1815: Prussia is defeated by France at Waterloo. [7]

1819: Emperor Frederick Grunder begins his reign as fifth emperor of Prussia. [8]

1820s: Empress Maya of the Empire of the Blazing Sun, the “Iron Butterfly”, restores the power of the Chrysanthemum Throne. [9]

Late 1820s: In the first and most notable alteration, the structure of the Britannian military is reformed around the concept of the Three Armadas. [10]

1830s: The Empire of the Blazing Sun comes of age when, after a long and gruelling war, it takes possession of the Kingdom of Korea. [11] The United States of America absorb the Mexican Republic and the Spanish territories of New Granada, as well as the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico. [12] An Imperial air service is formed in the Prussian Empire, based on aeroplanes and heavily armed military zeppelins. [13]

1833: Nikola Tesla creates the Tesla Generator. [14]

1837: Queen Victoria begins her reign as monarch of the Kingdom of Britannia. [15]

1844: Lord Barnabas Sturgeon leads a team of his closest friends and comrades into the Antarctic in pursuit of The Vault. [16]

1849: Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, dies. [17]

1850: Wells Chasm is christened. [18]

1856: The East India Company applies the Tesla Generator on the battlefield, in an effort to catch up with and then stop pirate transports without destroying them and their precious cargo. [19]

1857: The Covenant of Antarctica is founded as a nation. [20]

1860: Dispute over the ownership of strategic industrial resources causes a political rift between the United States government and a large number of individual states. The American Civil War begins. [21]

1861: Engineer H. Matthew “Panama Matt” Godwin begins construction on the Panama Canal. [22]

1864: The Confederate States of America defeat the United States of America with assistance from the Kingdom of Britannia. Nathanial Adams of the New Federalist Party and president-elect, proclaims the Federated States of America. [23]

Summer 1865: Russian spies manage to smuggle the original racing car generator out of the Federated States of America and, in an act of treachery, release the information of its function to the world, rather than exclusively to the Russian Tsar as originally ordered. [24]

1866: Lord Sturgeon closes the Covenant of Antarctica’s borders, expels all foreign researchers and scientists, and halts the flow of knowledge from The Vault to the rest of the world. [25]

November 1870: Convinced that the Britannians and the Russians are in league against him, Prussian Emperor Frederick Grunder formally declares war on the Kingdom of Britannia. [26]

Citations

All from Dystopian Wars Rulebook, January 2012 Print Edition 1.1, copyright © Spartan Games.

[1]: Page 4, The World At War, paragraph two.

[2]: Page 13, Empire of the Blazing Sun, paragraph eleven.

[3]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph seven.

[4]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph eight.

[5]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph seven.

[6]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph nine.

[7]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph nine.

[8]: Page 10, Prussian Empire, paragraph ten.

[9]: Page 12, Empire of the Blazing Sun, paragraph eight.

[10]: Page 88, Kingdom of Britannia, paragraph two.

[11]: Page 12, Empire of the Blazing Sun, paragraph two.

[12]: Page 14, Federated States of America, paragraph seven.

[13]: Page 96, Prussian Empire, paragraph two.

[14]: Page 79, Tesla Generator, paragraph one.

[15]: Page 8, Kingdom of Britannia, paragraph seven.

[16]: Page 1, Foreword, paragraph five.

[17]: Page 8, Kingdom of Britannia, paragraph seven.

[18]: Page 1, Foreword, paragraph eight.

[19]: Page 79, Tesla Generator, paragraph one.

[20]: Page 6, Covenant of Antarctica, paragraph one.

[21]: Page 14, Federated States of America, paragraphs two and four.

[22]: Page 15, Federated States of America, paragraph three.

[23]: Page 14, Federated States of America, paragraph four.

[24]: Page 77, Kinetic Generator, paragraph two.

[25]: Page 7, Covenant of Antarctica, paragraphs seven and eight.

[26]: Page 5, A World At War, paragraph seven.

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The above is everything that I could find with an actual date attached. Once we get the rest of the thing compiled, we can start to analyse the wording and maybe extrapolate reasonable date ranges for the other notable events.

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Here's mine. I tried to have it done yesterday but got busy at work.

Republique of France Book 1.1:

1801, Napoleon Bonaparte wins victories against the League of Italian States laying claim to the bulk of Northern and Central Italy.

1801, Napoleon crosses the Pyrénées Mountains into Spain and places his own brother on the throne of Spain as Regent.

1801-1803, Napoleon invades North Africa from Nigeria to Egypt in order to dominate the Mediterranean.

1801-1803, Napoleon defeats the armies of The Holy Roman Empire at Ulm and Austerlitz

1801-1803, Napoleon invades the Prussian Empire and Emperor Gustav Otto chooses not to pursue Napoleon back into France.

1803, Napoleon controls from the borders of Portugal to the Ottoman Empire, and from the English Channel to the Sahara and is an Emperor in all but name.

1804, Napoleon Bonaparte is named Emperor of France in Paris by the Pope.

1804, Napoleon is found dead in his apartments. The exact cause of death has never been made public.

1804, The ‘Parti de la Republique’ (Republicans) claim Napoleon’s empire. Napoleon’s brother Joseph, still King of Spain, launches a counter-invasion of France and is joined by Pro-Bonaparte loyalists.

1804, Joseph Bonaparte forms the ‘Aigle Imperial’ (Imperial Eagle) party and gains strong support across southern France. The Republicans gains support in the north and central France becomes a battleground.

1805, The Imperial Eagles set sail from Cadiz but is destroyed near Trafalger by the Britannian navy.

1806, The League of Italian States reclaims all of its territory previously lost to France as well as Provence, Tunisia, and a large portion of Algeria. Republican forces oust the Imperials from Egypt.

1807, Britannians invade Spain seeking to oust Joseph and restore exiled King Ferdinand to the Throne.

1808, Prussian Emperor Heinrich Otto invades France as well Spain to face both the Imperials and the Britannian forces there.

1808-1814, ‘The War of the Eagles,’ Republicans allied with Prussians drive the Imperials from France as well as the Italians from Provence

1810, Jean Chaumillat is named President of the Republique in Paris renaming the Republican party the Parti Gaulois.

(1815), France is militarily exhausted and is unable to intervene when the British invade from Spain to fight the Prussians at the Battle of Waterloo. France is reduced to no more than a theater of operations for other nations.

(EDIT: Didn't actually have the date of the battle listed in the book but the date is known)

1829, The French-Prussian alliance is officially confirmed and has been confirmed every decade since.

1829, The French military begins mercenary missions to a number of regions worldwide.

1829-1856, The Parti Gaulois rebuilds French infrastructure and industry and France develops the best railway systems in Europe. France’s wealth flourishes.

1850, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte attends Lord Sturgeon’s symposium on his findings in the Vault and joins him on his return to Antarctica.

1857, France is first to welcome the first representatives from the CoA and French universities become renound. The CoA praises France for using the shared technology for almost exclusively peaceful means.

1860, American Civil War forces French President Dumont to rely more heavily on the Prussian Empire for support and some see the Parti Gaulois as mere Prussian puppets.

1862, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte returns to France as a CoA Emissary from Antarctica and creates a new political party under the revived name of the Imperial Eagles.

1862-1864, Louis-Napoleon rises in power through legitimate means and gains massive support from the common people.

1863, Lord Sturgeon strips Louis-Napoleon of his rank and citizenship in the CoA.

1865, Louis-Napoleon announces his bid for Presidency against Dumont.

1866, Louis-Napoleon and the Imperial Eagles sweep the polls in France.

1866, Russian fugitive Markov Helsinki limps into Marseilles aboard a stolen CoA submersible and France begins reverse-engineering the craft and copying his research papers. CoA Ambassador Kuyper demands his surrender but is told that Markov had escaped.

1866, Markov Helsinki is finally allowed to leave France and is escorted to Constantinople in The Ottoman Empire. He promptly returns to the Russian Tsar.

Dates not given in RoF Book:

France declares war on the KoB. (Though given their history war is not a surprise)

Louis-Napoleon’s exile in London.

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Pendrake, tell me if it needs re-formating!

Well, it will need some reformatting. Don't worry about reposting the first batch though because I can manage with a find and replace function. But for the next installment (and this goes for everyone else working on digging out data) it really needs to look like this:

1774; Russian invasion of the Japanese Home Islands.;SGW

1789;Birth of Empress Maya.;SGW

( DATE delimiting character The wordage describing the event. delimiting character Source Identifier )

If you guys can put it up formatted like that it will save a little work for me. However what you have already posted is at least 85% of the heavy lifting. But semi-colons (;) for delimiters and the Identifier appended to every line would be very helpful.

I originally asked for: " Date comma Sentence about event and people and mad science... comma Identifier ". Silly me. It did not occur to me that some entries would need commas within the entry and therefor the comma is a poor choice for the delimiter character. See this example:

1799 – Nikolai Rurik-Novy seizes power in the Russian Coalition, toppling Tsar Paul, the last of the Romanov dynasty, in the process

And if you are wondering what all this delimiting character stuff is about it is what allows a spreadsheet software to extract lines of text and put each element tidily and automatically into columns. (Spreadsheet-fu.)

I'll get to work on these first three batches and I should have something in a few hours, stay tuned. :)

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The above is everything that I could find with an actual date attached. Once we get the rest of the thing compiled, we can start to analyse the wording and maybe extrapolate reasonable date ranges for the other notable events.

Yes, exactly. For now we should concentrate on things with hard dates. I still have some decisions to make regarding how to handle entries with fuzzy dates ("1830s") or date ranges ( "1860-1870"). By the way you did an outstanding job with the citations and I am going to try and preserve those in the master spreadsheet.

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Pendrake, I am more than happy to edit my post to your prefered format and add the exact citation if that would help.

In the case of the 1801-1803 issues, I included those because it does not give the exact date in some of the cases, but it is a noteable event. Like Cambrius mentioned, not sure how we should handle these situations.

I would love to contribute more to the community but with my busy schedule I am limited on what I can actually do, and if by doing this for you I can lend a hand I am happy to.

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@Illuminus - don't worry about it. I have already massaged all three contributions so that they are ready to drop into a spreadsheet. They are now all in an identical format. I am going to give it a go with the first three batches of info just to iron out the bugs.

As more raw entries come in I will be able to incorporate them without too much fuss. Like I said. pulling the raw data out is the hard part. Thank you for your efforts.

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Mid-1650s; Oliver Cromwell inadvertently begins the industrialisation of the Republic of Britain; RB11 [1]

1774; Russia invades the Japanese islands; RB11 [2]

1804; The French Emperor dies mysteriously. Prussian Emperor Heinrich Otto incorporates the greater part of the old Habsburg dominions into his own; RB11 [3]

1808; At the height of his power, Prussian Emperor Heinrich Otto invades France; RB11 [4]

1810; The Prussian Empire annexes Norway and Sweden for “reasons of security”; RB11 [5]

1811; Prussia’s campaign against the Russians fails; RB11 [6]

1815; Prussia is defeated by France at Waterloo; RB11 [7]

1819; Emperor Frederick Grunder begins his reign as fifth emperor of Prussia; RB11 [8]

1820s; Empress Maya of the Empire of the Blazing Sun, the “Iron Butterfly”, restores the power of the Chrysanthemum Throne; RB11 [9]

Late 1820s; In the first and most notable alteration, the structure of the Britannian military is reformed around the concept of the Three Armadas; RB11 [10]

1830s; The Empire of the Blazing Sun comes of age when, after a long and gruelling war, it takes possession of the Kingdom of Korea; RB11 [11] The United States of America absorb the Mexican Republic and the Spanish territories of New Granada, as well as the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico; RB11 [12] An Imperial air service is formed in the Prussian Empire, based on aeroplanes and heavily armed military zeppelins; RB11 [13]

1833; Nikola Tesla creates the Tesla Generator; RB11 [14]

1837; Queen Victoria begins her reign as monarch of the Kingdom of Britannia; RB11 [15]

1844; Lord Barnabas Sturgeon leads a team of his closest friends and comrades into the Antarctic in pursuit of The Vault; RB11 [16]

1849; Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, dies; RB11 [17]

1850; Wells Chasm is christened; RB11 [18]

1856; The East India Company applies the Tesla Generator on the battlefield, in an effort to catch up with and then stop pirate transports without destroying them and their precious cargo; RB11 [19]

1857; The Covenant of Antarctica is founded as a nation; RB11 [20]

1860; Dispute over the ownership of strategic industrial resources causes a political rift between the United States government and a large number of individual states. The American Civil War begins; RB11 [21]

1861; Engineer H; Matthew “Panama Matt” Godwin begins construction on the Panama Canal; RB11 [22]

1864; The Confederate States of America defeat the United States of America with assistance from the Kingdom of Britannia. Nathanial Adams of the New Federalist Party and president-elect, proclaims the Federated States of America; RB11 [23]

Summer 1865; Russian spies manage to smuggle the original racing car generator out of the Federated States of America and, in an act of treachery, release the information of its function to the world, rather than exclusively to the Russian Tsar as originally ordered; RB11 [24]

1866; Lord Sturgeon closes the Covenant of Antarctica’s borders, expels all foreign researchers and scientists, and halts the flow of knowledge from The Vault to the rest of the world; RB11 [25]

November 1870; Convinced that the Britannians and the Russians are in league against him, Prussian Emperor Frederick Grunder formally declares war on the Kingdom of Britannia; RB11 [26]

Citations

All from Dystopian Wars Rulebook, January 2012 Print Edition 1.1, copyright © Spartan Games

[1] Page 4; The World At War; paragraph two.

[2] Page 13; Empire of the Blazing Sun; paragraph eleven.

[3] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph seven.

[4] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph eight.

[5] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph seven.

[6] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph nine.

[7] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph nine.

[8] Page 10; Prussian Empire; paragraph ten.

[9] Page 12; Empire of the Blazing Sun; paragraph eight.

[10] Page 88; Kingdom of Britannia; paragraph two.

[11] Page 12; Empire of the Blazing Sun; paragraph two.

[12] Page 14; Federated States of America; paragraph seven.

[13] Page 96; Prussian Empire; paragraph two.

[14] Page 79; Tesla Generator; paragraph one.

[15] Page 8; Kingdom of Britannia; paragraph seven.

[16] Page 1; Foreword; paragraph five.

[17] Page 8; Kingdom of Britannia; paragraph seven.

[18] Page 1; Foreword; paragraph eight.

[19] Page 79; Tesla Generator; paragraph one.

[20] Page 6; Covenant of Antarctica; paragraph one.

[21] Page 14; Federated States of America; paragraphs two and four.

[22] Page 15; Federated States of America; paragraph three.

[23] Page 14; Federated States of America; paragraph four.

[24] Page 77; Kinetic Generator; paragraph two.

[25] Page 7; Covenant of Antarctica; paragraphs seven and eight.

[26] Page 5; A World At War; paragraph seven.

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Cambrius, great work there, just wanted to point out that RB11 does not say that Prussia is defeated by France, but just in France, and has to evacuate from the territories there. I think we may need an oversight committee :P

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Cambrius, great work there, just wanted to point out that RB11 does not say that Prussia is defeated by France, but just in France, and has to evacuate from the territories there. I think we may need an oversight committee :P

I think you may have just volunteered! :D

That is pretty much what this thread is for. Go ahead and keep updating or improving your sections if you like and have the time. This will need to go through several iterations before we could call it a finished project.

The raw entries need a bit of proofreading (Trafalger ?? really? :o ) and we will need to decide what to do about duplicate events (same thing mentioned in two or three sources). Anyway this can be the thread for sorting all of that.

The first draft is up: here is a link to the thread. For now I decided to leave out all the fuzzy dates, the dates with ranges and any other date info that was non-conformist. We can discuss how to better incorporate those while we wait for additional volunteers to complete their sections. Updating will just be a matter of dropping new records in to the spreadsheet hitting sort, and re-extracting it for display in the forum.

Thanks for all the hard work guys...

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@Redmick, Kaldor, and Mythic how are you doing with the other three pieces of source material? any progress?

I had an idea about handling events that are given as a range (like "1861-1865" ) perhaps the thing to do is split them into two entries stated as a beginning and an ending date for whatever the event was.

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At thought just occurred to me. MythicKhan, you point out that the source state that the Prussians were defeated in France, not by France. While you are absolutely correct, who else would have defeated the Prussians in France? :P

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Pendrake's to do list:

1) Research the Battles and Geography of Waterloo:

Cambrius, great work there, just wanted to point out that RB11 does not say that Prussia is defeated by France, but just in France, and has to evacuate from the territories there. I think we may need an oversight committee :P

At thought just occurred to me. MythicKhan, you point out that the source state that the Prussians were defeated in France, not by France. While you are absolutely correct, who else would have defeated the Prussians in France? :P

A tidy list of who defeated who and in which timeline plus the location of Waterloo relative to whatever national borders existed is in order, e.g:

The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815 near Waterloo in present-day Belgium, then part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands.

2) Find my copy of the Covenant Book: [ x ]

3) Get a list together of the raw research entries that did not make the first draft ...

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