100 years ago, the diplomats in Paris were still hammering out the details of the various treaties that would formally end the war. From the armistice with Germany in Nov 1918 to the last treaty (treaty of Lausanne, which settled Turkey, in July 1923) about 4.5 years passed, essentially the same length as the war. We should all be glad they took their time to make sure that the Great War was the war to end all wars. Oh wait . . .

Orders as follows. There are no retreats. Your Fall 1911 orders are due on March 21 at 9pm.

F Belgium Supports A Burgundy - Picardy (*Void*)
F Denmark - North Sea
F English Channel Supports F Western Mediterranean - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
F Holland, Sleeping
A Liverpool - Yorkshire
F London Supports F English Channel
F Norway, Drinking

F Brest - Picardy
A Gascony - Marseilles (*Bounce*)
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - North Atlantic Ocean

A Bohemia Supports A Tyrolia - Munich
A Burgundy - Paris
F Gulf of Lyon - Spain(sc)
F Ionian Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Kiel - Ruhr
A Munich - Burgundy
A Piedmont - Marseilles (*Bounce*)
F Spain(sc) - Portugal
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Tyrolia - Munich
F Western Mediterranean - Mid-Atlantic Ocean

F Aegean Sea - Greece (*Bounce*)
A Berlin - Kiel
F Black Sea Hold
A Livonia Supports A St Petersburg
A Moscow Supports A St Petersburg
F North Africa Supports F Western Mediterranean - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Prussia - Berlin
A St Petersburg Hold
A Ukraine Hold