Wilson's third point had nothing to do with war, peace, borders or imperialism: it called for free trade among the nations of the world. I'd like to think that Wilson believed that trade binds nations together, and nations so bound would be less likely to be belligerent. While calls for free trade are common today, 100 years ago, this was fairly revolutionary. In fact, 12 years later the USA passed the Smoot-Hawley Act, which restricted trade and plunged the USA deep into the great depression. The USA has a long history of not listening to itself.

I believe Germany NMR'ed. Let me know if I made a mistake and I'll roll-back. Please let the other players know that you're still in the game.

There are no retreats. Therefore, the next time you need to get orders to me is no later than 9pm Thursday Feb 21. Orders as follows:

F Belgium Supports F Holland
F Edinburgh - Norwegian Sea
F Holland Supports F Belgium
F London - North Sea
F Norway Hold

F Brest Supports F Mid-Atlantic Ocean
A Burgundy Supports A Ruhr (*Cut*)
A Gascony Supports A Burgundy
A Kiel Supports A Berlin - Munich (*Void*)
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean Hold
F Portugal Supports F Brest (*Fails*)
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel

A Berlin, no move received

A Bohemia Supports A Tyrolia - Munich (*Fails*)
F Gulf of Lyon Supports A Marseilles
F Ionian Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Marseilles Supports A Munich - Burgundy
A Munich - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Silesia Supports A Tyrolia - Munich (*Fails*)
F Spain(sc) Supports F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Tyrolia - Munich (*Fails*)
A Venice - Piedmont
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Spain(sc)

A St Petersburg Hold

F Aegean Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Ankara - Rumania
F Black Sea Convoys A Ankara - Rumania
A Moscow - Livonia
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Fails*)
A Rumania - Galicia
A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Ukraine Supports A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Warsaw - Prussia