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Welcome to the Complete World History Timeline. This Timeline is COMPLETE, so it includes EVERYTHING that we know has happened in Pre and Recorded History. It will also have a Future Section.

It utilizes many visual techniques, and has a clear link system to make it comprehendable to people of all levels of knowledge and subjects of interest, by tying all historical periods, locations and subjects together in a way that motivates the user to continuously explore and expand their knowledge, not only of history, but everything; as history is the backbone of all subjects.

Because the Complete World History Timeline is so large, and is organized in such a detailed way, it requires a detailed explanation on how to read it, so if you want to gain maximum benefit from it you need to thoroughly read through this instruction page from top to bottom.

Contents
1 Purpose
  1.1 General Overview
  1.2 Youtube Videos about the CHT
  1.3 Reasons to Study History
  1.4 Reasons for the CHT's completeness
  1.5 Power of Uniformity in making things clear
  1.6 Superiority of grids over lists
  1.7 Color coding & fonts for aiding understanding
2 Organization
  2.1 Basic Design
  2.2 Time Row
  2.3 Links Row
  2.4 Horizontal Timeline Row
  2.5 Vertical Timeline Row
  2.6 The Four Page Sections: Pre-Recorded History, BCE, CE & Future
3 Recorded History Section
  3.1 Introduction
  3.2 BCE Section
  3.3 CE Section
    3.3.1 Description
    3.3.2 500 years accross
    3.3.3 50 years accross
    3.3.4 One year accross
  3.4 UN Regions & Subregions
    3.4.1 UN Region of Europe
    3.4.2 UN Region of Africa
    3.4.3 UN Region of Asia
    3.4.4 UN Region of Oceania
    3.4.5 UN Region of America
  3.5 Time Row
  3.6 Links Row
  3.7 Countries Row
  3.8 Horizontal Timeline
    3.8.1 Concept
    3.8.2 Color Coding & Fonts
    3.8.3 Countries
    3.8.4 Dates
    3.8.5 Dynasties
    3.8.6 Leaders
  3.9 Vertical Timeline Row
    3.9.1 Overview
    3.9.2 Common Historical Subjects
      3.9.2.1 Monarchs
      3.9.2.2 Dynasties
      3.9.2.3 Wars & Battles
      3.9.2.4 Movies
      3.9.2.5 Other Historical Subjects
    3.9.3 Eight Border Distinguished Events
      3.9.3.1 Introduction
      3.9.3.2 War
      3.9.3.3 Transportation
      3.9.3.4 Commerce
      3.9.3.5 Science
      3.9.3.6 Religion
      3.9.3.7 Education
      3.9.3.8 Art
      3.9.3.9 Entertainment
    3.9.4 11 Font distinguished events
      3.9.4.1 Introduction
      3.9.4.2 Country
      3.9.4.3 City
      3.9.4.4 Construction
      3.9.4.5 Invention
      3.9.4.6 Cultural Event
      3.9.4.7 Law
      3.9.4.8 War
      3.9.4.9 Battle
      3.9.4.10 Disaster
      3.9.4.11 Leader
      3.9.4.12 Scholar
4 Pre-Recorded History Section
  4.1 Overview
  4.2 Nine Time Dimensions
    4.2.1 Introduction
    4.2.2 2,500 back, 2.5 Thousand accross, 500 Column
    4.2.3 20 Thousand back, 5 Thousand accross, 1 Thousand Column
    4.2.4 30 Thousand back, 10 Thousand accross, 2 Thousand Column
    4.2.5 300 Thousand back, 30 Thousand accross, 6 Thousand Column
    4.2.6 3 Million back, 300 Thousand accross, 60 Thousand Column
    4.2.7 30 Million back, 3 Million accross, 600 Thousand Column
    4.2.8 300 Million back, 30 Million accross, 6 Million Column
    4.2.9 3 Billion back, 300 Million accross, 60 Million Column
    4.2.10 15 Billion back, 3 Billion accross, 600 Million Column
5 Future Section
                   
- Characters 48,729
- Words 7,686
- Pages 31
- Duration
Links

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Purpose of the Complete History Timeline

General Overview

The purpose of the CWHTL is to provide a historical map that condences EVERYTHING about history into one place, to take up the smallest visual area possible & have a clear and efficient system to link all it's aspects together. This makes it possible to effectively percieve every occurance in history. In other words, by being able to see everything at once with it's information condensation and linking system, you can understand all of the Whats, Wheres, Whens, Whys & Hows of history.



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YouTube Videos about the CHT

 

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- 5000 - 4500 BC
- 4500 - 4000 BC
- 4000 - 3500 BC
- 3500 - 3000 BC
- 3000 - 2500 BC
- 2500 - 2000 BC
- 2000 - 1500 BC
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Reasons to Study History

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Reasons for the CTL's completeness

 



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Types of Things are Colors
- War: Red
- Transportation: Orange
- Religion: Black
- Art: Brown
- Commerce: Purple
- Science: Blue
- Education: Maroon
- Entertainment: Green

Color coding & fonts for aiding understanding

- Europe - Yellow
- Africa - Blue
- Asia - Green
- Americas - Red

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- Cities: Fantasy 24 Double Thick

- Constructions: Fantasy 18 Double Medium
- Invention: Comic 18 Dashed Thick
- Cultural Events: Cursive 18 Dash Medium
- Laws: Meiryo 16 Solid Thin
- Wars are GungsuhChe Dotted Thick
- Battles are GungsuhChe Dotted Medium
- Disasters are Gungsuh 18 Inset Thick
- Countries are Ariel Black Outset Medium

- Leaders are Estrangelo Edessa 18Dotted Thin

- Scholars are LilyUPC 24 Dashed Thin


Organization

Basic Design

The CWHTL is divided into four sections: Pre-Recorded, BC, AD & Future. Of these there are two types of history: Non-Recorded & Recorded. The Non-Recorded types are Pre-Recorded & Future. The recorded types are BC & AD.



 

Time Row

 

 
 

Links Row

 

 
 

Horizontal Timeline Row

 

 
 

Vertical Timeline Row

 

 
Recorded History Section
 

Introduction

With When, Where, What you can get How and Why.
By knowing the patterns of things from the past you can know how things happening now will effect the future.

About:

Goal: To divide history into Time, Locations & Subjects.

- Time - . Beginning of the Universe to the Present with 11 shrinking time frames until Recorded History.
- Locations - Beginning with Recorded History Timeline is divided into 16 locations to view the horizontal timeline.
- Subject -

- 4 Pages: 1) AD 2) BC 3) Ancient History 4) Future
- 11 Year Sizes Accross the page: 3B, 300M, 30M, 3M, 300K, 30K, 10K, 5K, 2.5K, 500, 50, 5
- 11 Subjects: Country, City, Construction, Invention, Cultural Event, Law, War, Battle, Disaster, Leader, Scholar
- 8 Types of Subjects: War, Transportation, Commerce, Science, Religion, Education, Art, Entertainment
- 88 Categories: 11 Subjects X 8 Types = 88
- 151 Subjects currently Categorized
- The 19 UN Regions represented in 16 Sections: Divided into Europe, Africa, Asia & Oceania w/ The Americas. North & East Africa, West & Central Asia, & Central America & Carribean together.
- Total Sections: 94
- Every Country has it's own timeline.

 

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151 Total

 

Sections in BC

 

11 Subjects -
88 Categories

8 Types of Subjects
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Culture
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Country
City
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Invention
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Law
War
Battle
Disaster
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Religion
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Entertainment
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City
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Scholar
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- Wall
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- Expedition
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- Migration
- Invasion
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- Parliamentary Republic
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- Direct Democracy
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- Novelist
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- Teacher
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- Independence
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- Composer
- Architect
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- Outlaw
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- Colonial
- Bridge
- Canal
- Vehicle
- Place Discovery
- Expedition
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- New State
- Mig.
- Inv.
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- Plague
- Explorer
- Place Discoverer
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- Vehicle
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- Business
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- Statute
- Civil
- Succession
- Sack
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- Business Man
- Economist
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- Parl. Rep.
- Port
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- Museum Artefact
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- Sea
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- Tsunami
- Politician
- Reformer
- Scientist
- Mathemetician
- Inventor
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- Tomb
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- Religious
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- Conflict
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- Novelist
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- Teacher
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- Pagoda
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- Song
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- Musician
- Composer
- Architect
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- Arena
- Coloseum
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- Parliamentary Republic
- Federal Republic
- Direct Democracy
- Elective Monarchy
- Theocracy
- Dependancy - Tribe

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- Capital City Rome
- Colonial City Sydney
- Trade City
- Port City
- Education City
- Religious City
- Industrial City
- Ruined City

Construction

- Castle
- Palace
- Wall
- Bridge
- Canal
- Road
- Vehicle Used - Obolisk
- Monolith
- School - Church
- Mosque
- Tomb
- Pyramid
- Pagoda
- Arena
- Coloseum

Invention

- Weapon Invention - Vehicle Invention
- Travel
- Production
- Business Invention

- Scientific Discovery
- Scientific Tool
- Literature
- Education
- Religious Idea
- Political System
- Artform - Household
- Entertainment

Cultural Event

- Weapon Use - Place Discovery
- Expedition
- Specific Business
- Organization
- Political Event
- Museum Artefact - Play
- Book
- Poem
- Religion
- Church
- Song - Sports
- Event

Law

- Treaty - Merge
- New State
- Property Law
- Statute
- Personal Law
- New Office
- Illegalization - Religious Law - Split
- Territory Loss
- Independence Law
- Legalization

War

- Territorial War - Migration
- Invasion
- Civil War
- Succession War
- Sea War - Revolutionary War - Religious War - Independence War
- Conquest War

Battle

- Land Battle - Arial Battle - Sack - Sea Battle - Dispute
- Conflict
- Plot
- Revolt
- Rebellion
- Insurrection
- Rising
- Seige
- Blockade
- Massacre
- Attack
- Assasination
- Bombing

Disaster

- Fire - Plague - Famine - Tsunami - Financial - Frost - Volcano - Earthquake

Leader

- General
- Outlaw
- Explorer - Business Man - Politician
- Reformer
- Philosopher - Religious - Sculpturor - Athlete

Scholar

- Historian - Place Discoverer - Economist - Scientist
- Mathemetician
- Inventor
- Writer
- Poet
- Novelist
- Playwrite
- Teacher
- Religious Founder - Artist
- Musician
- Composer
- Architect
- Actor
- Dancer

The 8 Accross & 11 Down Grid

Subjects
Practical
Theoretical
Cultural
War
Red
Transportation
Orange
Commerce
Purple
Science
Blue
Religion
Black
Education
Maroon
Art
Brown
Entertainment
Green
Country
- Ariel Black
- Outset Medium
- Absolute Monarchy
- Constitutional Monarchy
- Socialist
- Parliamentary
- Presidential Republic
- Elective Monarchy
- Theocracy
- Federal Republic
- Direct Democracy
- Dependancy
- Tribe
City
- Fantasy 24
- Double Thick
- Capital City
- Colonial City
- Trade City
- Port City
- Religious City
- Education City
- Industrial City
- Ruined City
Construction
- Fantasy 18
- Double Medium
- Castle
- Palace
- Wall
- Bridge
- Canal
- Vehicle
- Obolisk
- Monolith
- Church
- Mosque

- Tomb
- School
- Pyramid
- Pagoda
- Arena
- Coloseum
Invention
- Comic 18
- Dashed Thick
Weapon
- Transportation
- Production
- Business
- Scientific Discovery
- Scientific Tool
- Religious idea
- Political System
- Literature
- Education
- Artform
- Household,
- Entertainment
Cultural Event
- Cursive 18
- Dashed Medium
- Weapon
- Place Discovery
- Expedition
- Business
- Organization
- Political Event
- Museum Artefact
- Religion
- Church
- Play
- Book
- Poem
- Song
- Sports
- Event
Law
- Meiryo 18
- Solid Thin
- Treaty
- Merge
- New State
- Property
- Statute
- Personal
- New Office
- Religious
- Illegalization
- Split
- Territory Loss
- Independance
- Legalization
War
- GungsuhChe
- Dotted Thick
- Territorial
- Migration
- Invasion
- Civil
- Succession
- Sea
- Religious
- Revolution
- Independance
- Conquest
Battle
- GungsuhChe
- Dotted Medium
- Land
- Aerial
- Sack
- Sea
- Rebellion
- Revolt
- Rising
- Insurrection
- Dispute
- Conflict
- Plot
- Seige
- Blockade
- Massacre
- Attack
- Assasination
- Bombing
Disaster
- Gungsuh 18
- Inset Thick
- Fire
- Plague
- Famine
- Tsunami
- Frost
- Financial
- Volcano
- Earthquake
Leader
- Estrangelo Edessa 18
- Dotted Thin
- General
- Outlaw
- Explorer
- Business Man
- Politician
- Reformer
- Religious
- Philosopher
- Sculptoror
- Athlete
Scholar
- LilyUPC 24
- Dashed Thin
- Historian
- Place Discoverer
- Economist
- Scientist
- Mathemetician
- Inventor
- Religious Founder
- Writer
- Novelist
- Poet
- Playwrite
- Teacher
- Artist
- Musician
- Composer
- Architect
- Actor
- Dancer
 

BCE Section

 

 
 

CE Section

 

 
 

CE Section Description

 

 
 

500 Years Accross

 

 
 

50 Years Accross

 

 
 

One Year Accross

 

 
EuropeEurope_orthographic_Caucasus_Urals_boundary_svg
North Europe
West Europe
South Europe
East Europe
Asia
Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg
200px-Western_Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg
200px-Central_Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg
South Asia
200px-East_Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg
Southeast_Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg
West

United Nations Regions & Subregions

According to the United Nations there are five regions in the world: Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania & America. Four of the five regions are divided into subregions.

- Europe: North, West, South & East.
- Africa: North, West, Central, East & South
- Asia: West, Central, South, East & South East
- Oceania has no Subregions
- Americas: North, Central, Carribean, South

19 is not a symmetrical number, so in order to create a symetrical linking map there are three subsections that have two subsections fuzed together.

- 500 years of a UN Subregion: Each Page represents five hundred years of one of the 19 United Nations Subregions. To keep the timeline visually symetrical it is divided into 16 subregions, so there are three page sections that condense two subregions together: 1) North & East Africa, 2) West & Central Asia & 3) Central America & The Carribean.

The 19 UN Subregions:

1) North Europe
2) West Europe
3) South Europe
4) East Europe
5) North Africa
6) West Africa
7) East Africa
8) Central Africa
9) South Africa
10) West Asia
11) Central Asia
12) South Asia
13) East Asia
14) South East Asia
15) Oceania
16) North America
17) Central America
18) Carribean
19) South America

Africa Africa_(orthographic_projection)_svg
North_Africa_(orthographic_projection)_svg
Eastern-Africa-map
220px-LocationWesternAfrica
350px-LocationCentralMiddleAfrica
350px-LocationSouthernAfrica
Oceania
Oceania_(orthographic_projection)_svg
America
Americas_(orthographic_projection)_svg
250px-Northern_America_(orthographic_projection)_svg
Central_America_(orthographic_projection)_svg
carribean
South_America_(orthographic_projection)_svg
UN Region of EuropeEurope_orthographic_Caucasus_Urals_boundary_svg

The United Nations Region of Europe

The UN Region of Europe has four subregions & 44 countries.

The Four UN Subregions and their countries with their links rows:

1) North, 10 countries - Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
North Europe Row
2) West, 9 countries - Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Moroco, Switzerland, Leichtenstein, Germany, Austria
West Europe Row
3) South, 15 countries - Portugal, Spain, Andorra, Italy, San Morino, Vatican City, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece
South Europe Row
4) East, 10 countries - Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Russia
East Europe Row
The Acronyms for the four UN Europe Subregions

- N Eu - North Europe
- W Eu - West Europe
- S Eu - South Europe
- E Eu - East Europe

Europe
The Four UN Subregions of Europe
North Europe
West Europe
South Europe
East Europe
Africa
Africa_(orthographic_projection)_svg

Africa

- NE Af - North East Africa
- W Af - West Africa
- C Af - Central Africa
- S Af - South Africa

Africa
Asia
Asia_(orthographic_projection)_svg

Asia

- WC As - West Central Asia
- S As - South Asia
- SE As - South East Asia
- E As - East Asia

Asia
Americas_(orthographic_projection)_svg

Oceania & Americas

- Ocea - Oceania
- N Am - North America
- C Am - Central America
- S Am - South America

AmericaOceania_(orthographic_projection)_svg
 

Time Row

 

 
Time Row Example - 0-500 Page from the AD Section
00's
100's
200's
300's
400's
 

Links Row

There are five columns in the links row. The outer two columns contain the links to the other 500 year sections. The inner two columns contain the links to the UN Sub-regions, and the middle columns contains the link to the preceeding 500 year section on the left, the technology section in the middle & the succeeding 500 year section on the right. The bottom part of the middle column shows the name of the present 500 year section.

Prehistory Timeline

Column 1 -
Column 2 -
Column 3 -
Column 4 -
Column 5 -

BC Timeline

Column 1 -
Column 2 -
Column 3 -
Column 4 -
Column 5 -

AD Timeline

Column 1 -
Column 2 -
Column 3 -
Column 4 -
Column 5 -

Future Timeline

Column 1 -
Column 2 -
Column 3 -
Column 4 -
Column 5 -

 
Links Row Examples
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4
Column 5
Central:
Carribean:

Lesser Antilles

Greater Antilles

Lucayan Archipelago

 

Countries Row

 

 
 

Horizontal Timeline

 

 
 

Horizontal Timeline Concept

 

 
Horizontal Timeline Example - From Great Britain, North Europe 1500-2000 Page from the AD Section
7
j
m
Tudor 1485 - 1603 118
Jam
Char
Stuart 3-49
o
r
C
Chrls2
j
W
A
Stuart 1660 - 1714 47
Ge1
G4
W4
Hanover 1714 - 1901 187 Hanovarians
E
S 1-14
E
Ge6
Windsor 1914 - Present 95
England 927 - 1649 722
C
E2 1660 - 1707 47
Great Britain 1707 - 1801 94
UK of Great Britain & Ireland 1801 - 1922 121
UK 1922 - Pr 90
 

Color Coding & Fonts

 

 
 

Countries

 

 
 

Dates

 

 
 

Dynasties

 

 
 

Leaders

 

 
 

Vertical Timeline Row

 

 
 

Vertical Timeline Row Overview

 

 
Vertical Timeline Example - From Italy, South Europe 500-0 Page, AD Section
Republic of Rome
509 - 27 482
Patrician Era
509 - 367
142
- 496 Battle of Lake Regillus: A legendary early Roman victory, won over either the Etruscans or the Latins.Rome defeats Leono and Phippy the Etruscan-led Latin League at the battle of Lake Regillus
Republic of Rome
509 - 27 482
Patrician Era
509 - 367
142
Conflict of the Orders
367 - 287
80
- 360 Theater of Tholos, at Epidauros built.
Republic of Rome
509 - 27 482
Conflict of the Orders
367 - 287
80
- 299 Samnites, seizing their chance when Rome is engaged on the Lombard plain, start the third Samnite War with a collection of mercenaries from Gaul and Sabine and Etruscan allies to help them.
Republic of Rome
509 - 27 482
Supremacy of the New Nobility 287 - 133 154
- 191 - 88 3 Roman-Syrian War
- 174 Streets of Rome paved.
Republic of Rome
509 - 27 482
From the Gracchi to Caesar
133 - 49
86
- Porta Augusta, Perugia, is built.
- House of the Vettii, Pompeii built.
 

Common Historical Subjects

 

 
 

Monarchs

 

 
 

Dynasties

 

 
 

Wars & Battles

 

 
 

Movies

 

 
 

Other Historical Subjects

 

 
Eight Border Distinguished Events
8 Types
- War - Absolute Monarchy, Capital City, Castle, Palace, Wall, Weapon Use, Treaty, Territorial, Land, Fire, General, Outlaw, Historian
- Transportation - Constitutional Monarchy, Colonial City, Bridge, Canal, Road, Vehicle Invention, Travel, Place Discovery, Expedition, Merge, New State, Migration, Invasion, Arial Battle, Plague, Explorer, Place Discoverer
- Commerce - Socialist, Trade City, Vehicle Used, Production, Business Invention, Specific Business, Organization, Political Event, Property, Statute, Civil War, Succession War, Sack, Famine, Businessman, Economist
- Science - Presidential Republic, Parliamentary Republic, Port City, Obolisk, Monolith, Scientific Discovery, Scientific Tool, Museum Artefact, Personal Law, New Office, Sea War, Sea Battle, Tsunami, Politician, Reformer, Scientist, Mathemetician, Inventor
- Religion - Elective Monarchy, Theocracy, Religious City, Church, Mosque, Tomb, Religious Idea, Political System, Religion, Church, Religious Law, Religious War, Revolt, Rebellion, Insurrection, Rising, Frost, Religious Leader, Religious Founder
- Education - Federal Republic, Direct Democracy, Education City, School, Literature, Education, Play, Book, Poem, Illegalization, Revolutionary War, Dispute, Conflict Plot, Financial Disaster, Philosopher, Writer, Poet, Playwrite, Novelist, Teacher
- Art - Dependancy, Industrial City, Pyramid, Pagoda, Artform, Song, Split, Territory Loss, Independence Law, Independance War, Siege, Blockade, Volcano, Sculpturor, Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect
- Entertainment - Tribe, Ruined City, Arena, Coloseum, Household, Entertainment, Sports, Event, Legalization, Conquest, Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing, Earthquake, Athlete, Actor, Dancer

Introduction

 

1) War
2) Transportation
3) Commerce
4) Science
5) Religion
6) Education
7) Art
8) Entertainment

 

141 Total

 
is the border

War

1) Country - Absolute Monarchy, Capital, Castle/Palace/Wall, Weapon, Weapon, Treaty, Territorial War, Land, Fire, General/Outlaw, Historian
2) City - Capital,
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Transportation

1) Country - Constitutional Monarchy
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Commerce

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Science

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Religion

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Education

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Art

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
is the border

Entertainment

1) Country -
2) City -
3) Construction -
4) Invention -
5) Cultural Event -
6) Law -
7) War -
8) Battle -
9) Disaster -
10) Leader -
11) Scholar -

 
11 Font Distinguished Events
11 Subjects
- Country - Absolute Monarchy, Constitutional Monarchy, Socialist, Presidential Republic, Parliamentary Republic, Elective Monarchy, Theocracy, Federal Republic, Direct Democracy, Depencency, Tribe
- City -
Capital, Colonial, Industrial, Port, Religious, Education, Trade, Ruined
- Construction -
Castle, Palace, Wall, Bridge, Canal, Road, Vehicle, Church, Mosque, Tomb, Obolisk, Monolith, School, Pyramid, Pagoda, Arena, Coloseum
- Invention -
Weapon, Vehicle, Travel, Production, Business, Religious Idea, Political System, Scientific Discovery, Scientific Tool, Literature, Education, Artform, Household
- Cultural Event -
Weapon, Place Discovery, Expedition, Business, Organization, Political Event, Religion, Church, Museum Artefact, Play, Book, Poem, Song, Sports, Event
- Law -
Treaty, Merge, New State, Property, Statute, Religious, Personal, New Office, Illegalization, Split, Territory Loss, Independance, Legalization
- War -
Territorial, Migration, Invasion, Civil, Succession, Religious, Sea, Independence, Revolution, Conquest
- Battle -
Land, Arial, Revolt, Rebellion, Insurrection, Rising, Sack, Sea, Dispute, Conflict, Plot, Seige, Blockade, Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing
- Disaster -
Fire, Plague, Famine, Frost, Tsunami, Financial, Volcano, Earthquake
- Leader -
General, Outlaw, Explorer, Businessman, Religious, Politicial, Reformer, Philosopher, Scupturor, Athlete
- Scholar -
Historian, Place Discoverer, Economist, Religious Founder, Scientist, Mathemetician, Inventor, Writer, Poet, Playwrite, Novelist, Teacher, Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect, Actor, Dancer

Introduction

The 11 Subjects

1) Country - Absolute Monarchy, Constitutional Monarchy, Socialist, Presidential Republic, Parliamentary Republic, Elective Monarchy, Theocracy, Federal Republic, Direct Democracy, Depencency, Tribe
2) City -
Capital, Colonial, Industrial, Port, Religious, Educational, Trade, Ruined
3) Construction -
Castle/Palace/Wall, Bridge/Canal/Road/Vehicle, Church/Mosque/Tomb, Obolisk/Monolith, School, Pyramid/Pagoda, Arena/Coloseum
4) Invention -
Weapon, Vehicle/Travel, Production/Business, Religious Idea/Political System, Scientific Discovery/Scientific School, Literature/Education, Artform, Household
5) Cultural Event -
Weapon, Place Discovery, Expedition, Business, Organization, Political Event, Religion, Church, Museum Artefact, Play, Book, Poem, Song, Sports, Event
6) Law -
Treaty, Merge, New State, Property, Statute, Religious, Personal, New Office, Illegalization, Split, Territory Loss, Independance, Legalization
7) War -
Territorial, Migration, Invasion, Civil, Succession, Religious, Sea, Independence, Revolution, Conquest
8) Battle -
Land, Arial, Revolt, Rebellion, Insurrection, Rising, Sack, Sea, Dispute, Conflict, Plot, Seige, Blockade, Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing
9) Disaster -
Fire, Plague, Famine, Frost, Tsunami, Financial, Volcano, Earthquake
10) Leader -
General, Outlaw, Explorer, Businessman, Religious, Politicial, Reformer, Philosopher, Scupturor, Athlete
11) Scholar -
Historian, Place Discoverer, Economist, Religious Founder, Scientist, Mathemetician, Inventor, Writer, Poet, Playwrite, Novelist, Teacher, Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect, Actor, Dancer

 

130 Total

11 Subject's Fonts & Borders
Subject
Font
Border
Cities
Fantasy 24
Double Thick
Constructions
Fantasy 18
Double Medium
Invention
Comic 18
Dashed Thick
Cultural Events
Cursive 18
Dash Medium
Laws
Meiryo 16
Solid Thin
Wars
GungsuhChe 18 Underlined
Dotted Thick
Battles
GungsuhChe Underlined
Dotted Medium
Disasters
Gungsuh 18
Inset Thick
Countries
Ariel Black
Outset Medium
Leaders
Estrangelo Edessa 18
Dotted Thin

Scholars

LilyUPC 24
Dashed Thin
is the font

Country

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Absolute Monarchy
2) Transportation - Constitutional Monarchy
3) Religion - Elective Monarchy, Theocracy
4) Art - Dependency
5) Commerce - Socialist
6) Science - Parliamentary Republic, Presidential Republic
7) Education - Federal Republic, Direct Democracy
8) Entertainment - Tribe

 
is the font

City

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Capital
2) Transportation - Colonial
3) Religion - Religious
4) Art - Industrial
5) Commerce - Trade
6) Science - Port
7) Education - Educational
8) Entertainment - Ruined

 
is the font

Construction

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Castle, Palace, Wall
2) Transportation - Bridge, Canal, Road
3) Religion - Church, Mosque, Tomb
4) Art - Pyramid, Pagoda
5) Commerce - Vehicle
6) Science - Obolisk, Monolith
7) Education - School
8) Entertainment - Arena, Coloseum

 
is the font

Invention

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Weapon
2) Transportation - Transportation, Place Discovery
3) Religion - Religious Idea, Political System
4) Art - Artform
5) Commerce - Production, Business
6) Science - Scientific Discovery, Scientific Tool
7) Education - Literature, Education
8) Entertainment - Household, Entertainment

 
is the font

Cultural Event

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Weapon
2) Transportation - Place Discovery
3) Religion - Religion, Church
4) Art - Song
5) Commerce - Business, Organization, Political Event
6) Science - Museum Artefact
7) Education - Play, Book, Poem
8) Entertainment - Sports, Event

 
is the font

Law

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Treaty
2) Transportation - Merge, New State
3) Religion - Religious
4) Art - Split, Territory Loss, Independence
5) Commerce - Property, Statute
6) Science - Personal, New Office
7) Education - Illegalization
8) Entertainment - Legalization

 
GungsuhChe Underlined 18 is the font

War

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Territorial
2) Transportation - Migration, Invasion
3) Religion - Religious
4) Art - Independence
5) Commerce - Civil, Succesion
6) Science - Sea
7) Education - Revolution
8) Entertainment - Conquest

 
GungsuhChe Underlined is the font

Battle

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Land
2) Transportation - Aerial
3) Religion - Rebellion, Revolt, Rising, Insurrection
4) Art - Seige, Blockade
5) Commerce - Sack
6) Science - Sea
7) Education - Dispute, Conflict, Plot
8) Entertainment - Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing

 
Gungsuh 18 is the font

Disaster

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Fire
2) Transportation - Plague
3) Religion - Frost
4) Art - Volcano
5) Commerce - Famine
6) Science - Tsunami
7) Education - Financial
8) Entertainment - Earthquake

 
Estrangelo Edessa 18 is the font

Leader

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - General, Outlaw
2) Transportation - Explorer
3) Religion - Religious Leader
4) Art - Sculptor
5) Commerce - Business Man
6) Science - Politician, Reformer
7) Education - Philosopher
8) Entertainment - Athlete

 
LilyUPC 24 is the font

Scholar

Crossed with 8 Font Distinguished Events

1) War - Historian
2) Transportation - Place Discoverer
3) Religion - Religious Founder
4) Art - Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect
5) Commerce - Economist
6) Science - Scientist, Mathematician, Inventor
7) Education - Writer, Novelist, Poet, Playwrite, Teacher
8) Entertainment - Actor, Dancer

 
Pre-Recorded History Section
 

Overview

The Pre-Recorded history section is divided into nine sub-sections, becoming more detailed, thus representing less time back and accross the page, by the power of ten as time moves closer to the present, until the 30,000 years back section, where it is three times more time-detailed, folowed by 20,000 years back where it is twice as detailed, followed by 2,500 years back where it is twice as detailed again. It is designed like to make it possible to expand the time detail in the same way power of ten size pages work, so you can expand what you are looking at as though you are looking at it through a microscope. In this way, the adjustment of the detail of time can be percieved in the same way as space can.

The progression of the increase of time detail through the nine different time detail sizes goes like this: 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 3, 2, 2.

The nine sections from the beginning of time to the present in the pre-recorded history section are:

1) To 15 Billion years back, 3 Billion years accross, 600 Million year column.
2) To 3 Billion years back, 300 Million years accross, 60 Million year column.
3) To 300 Million years back, 30 Million years accross, 6 Million year column.
4) To 30 Million years back, 3 Million years accross, 600,000 year column.
5) To 3 Million years back, 300,000 years accross, 60,000 year column.
6) To 300,000 years back, 30,000 years accross, 6,000 year column.
7) To 30,000 years back, 10,000 years accross, 2,000 year column.
8) To 20,000 years back, 5,000 years accross, 1,000 year column.
9) To 2,500 years back, 2,500 years accross, 500 year column.

 
 

Nine Time Dimensions

11 Sizes Accross
Accross
3 B
300 M
30 M
3 M
300 K
30 K
10 K
5 K
2.5K
500
50
5
Column
600 M
60 M
6 M
600 K
60 K
6K
2K
1K
500
100
10
1
X Smaller
10
10
10
10
10
3
2
2
5
10
10
Years to
15B
- 3B
300M
30M
3M
300K
30K
20K
7K
# Sections
5
10
10
10
10
10
3
4
16
10 on BC
6 on AD
on Ancient History
on Future
 
0 - 500
500 - 1000
1000 - 1500
1500 - 2000
5,000 years ago
4,000 years ago
3,000 years ago
2,000 years ago
1,000 years ago
8
6
4
2
24 - 18
18 - 12
12 - 6
6 To 0
240 - 180
180 - 120
120 - 60
60 - 0
2.4 - 1.8
1.8 - 1.2
1.2 - 600 Million
600 - 0
 

Introduction

 

 
 

2.5 Thousand back, 2.5 Thousand accross, 500 Column

 

 
0 - 500
500 - 1000
1000 - 1500
1500 - 2000
0 - 500
500 - 1000
1000 - 1500
1500 - 2000
Technology
 

20 Thousand back, 5 Thousand accross, 1 Thousand Column

 

 
5,000 years ago
4,000 years ago
3,000 years ago
2,000 years ago
1,000 years ago
 

30 Thousand back, 10 Thousand accross, 2 Thousand Column

 

 
8
6
4
2
8
6
4
2
30 Thousand
10 - 0
 

300 Thousand back, 30 Thousand accross, 6 Thousand Column

 

 
24 - 18
18 - 12
12 - 6
6 To 0
24 - 18
18 - 12
12 - 6
6 To 0
300 Thousand
30 - 0
 

3 Million back, 300 Thousand accross, 60 Thousand Column

 

 
240 - 180
180 - 120
120 - 60
60 - 0
240 - 180
180 - 120
120 - 60
60 - 0
3 Million
300 - 0 Thousand
 

30 Million back, 3 Million accross, 600 Thousand Column

 

 
2.4 - 1.8
1.8 - 1.2
1.2 - 600
600 - 0
30 Million
3 - 0
 

300 Million back, 30 Million accross, 6 Million Column

 

 
2.4 - 1.8
1.8 - 1.2
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600 - 0
24 - 18
18 - 12
12 - 6
6 - 0 million years ago
300 Million
30 - 0
 

3 Billion back, 300 Million accross, 60 Million Column

 

 
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180 - 120
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300 - 0
 

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East Europe

East Europe

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North & East Africa

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- Moracco
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East

- Somalia
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- Cape Verde
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- Guinea
- Sierra Leone
- Liberia
- Mali
- Cote d'Ivoire
- Burkina Faso
- Ghana
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- Benin
- Niger
- Nigeria

 
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Central Africa

- Chad
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- CAF
- Saint Thomas & Principe
- Gabon
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- Zaire
- Rwanda
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Angola
Burundi
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South Africa

- Zambia
- Namibia
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- Lesotho
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Columbia
Color/Font Key
War
Red
bgcolor= "#FF0000"
Light Red (pink)
bgcolor= "#FF99FF"
Transportation
Orange
bgcolor= "#FF6600"
Light Orange
bgcolor= "#FFCC33"
Religion
Black
bgcolor= "#000000"
White
bgcolor= "#ffffff"
Art
Brown
bgcolor= "#996600"
Brown Light
bgcolor= "#CCCC99"
Commerce
Purple
bgcolor= "#660099"
Purple Light
bgcolor= "#9999FF"
Science
Blue
bgcolor= "#0000FF"
Blue Light
bgcolor= "#66ffff"
Education
Maroon
bgcolor= "#990000"
Maroon Light
bgcolor= "#ff9933"
Entertainment
Green
bgcolor= "#006600"
Green Light
bgcolor= "#66FF00"

City

Capital
Rome
Colonial
New York
Religious
Mecca
Industrial
Detroit
Trade
Trade
Port
Port
Education
Education
Ruined
Pompey

Construction

Castle, Palace, Wall
Castle, Palace, Wall
Bridge, Canal, Road
Bridge, Canal, Road
Church, Mosque, Tomb
Church, Mosque, Tomb
Pyramid, Pagoda
Pyramid, Pagoda
Vehicle
Vehicle
Obolisk, Monolith
Obolisk, Monolith
School
Harvard
Arena, Coloseum
Arena, Coloseum

Invention

Weapon
Weapon
Transportation, Place Discovery
Transportation, Place Discovery
Religious idea, Political system
Religious idea, Political system
Artform
Artform
Production, Business
Production, Business
Scientific Discovery or Tool
Scientific Discovery or Tool
Literature, Education
Literature, Education
Household, Entertainment
Household, Entertainment

Cultural Event

Weapon
Weapon
Place discovery
Place discovery
Religion, Church
Religion, Church
Song
Song
Business, Organization, Political event
Business, Organization, Political event
Museum Artefact
Museum Artefact
Play, Book, Poem
Play, Book, Poem
Sports, Event
Sports, Event

Law

Treaty

Treaty

Merge, New State
Merge, New State
Religious
Religious
Split, Territory loss, Independance
Split, Territory loss, Independance
Property, Statute
Property, Statute
Personal, New Office
Personal, New Office
Illegalization
Illegalization
Legalization
Legalization

War

Territorial

Territorial

Migration, Invasion
Migration, Invasion
Religious
Religious
Independence
Independence
Civil, Succesion
Civil, Succesion
Sea
Sea
Revolution
Revolution
Conquest
Conquest

Battle

Land
Land
Aerial
Aerial
Rebellion, Revolt, Rising, Insurrection
Rebellion, Revolt, Rising, Insurrection
Seige, Blockade
Seige, Blockade
Sack
Sack
Sea
Sea
Dispute, Conflict, Plot
Dispute, Conflict, Plot
Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing
Massacre, Attack, Assasination, Bombing

Disaster

Fire
Fire
Plague
Plague
Frost
Frost
Volcano
Volcano
Famine
Famine
Tsunami
Tsunami
Financial
Financial
Earthquake
Earthquake

Country

Absolute Monarchy
Empire
Absolute Monarchy
Empire
Constitutional Monarchy
Empire
Constitutional Monarchy
Empire
Elective Monarchy, Theocracy
Empire
Elective Monarchy, Theocracy
Empire
Dependency
Empire
Dependency
Empire
Socialist
Empire
Socialist
Empire
Parliamentary, Presidential Republic
Empire
Parliamentary, Presidential Republic
Empire
Federal Republic, Direct Democracy
Empire
Federal Republic, Direct Democracy
Empire
Tribe
Empire
Tribe
Empire

Country Thin

Absolute Monarchy
Empire
Constitutional Monarchy
Empire
Theocracy
Empire
Dependency
Empire
Socialist
Empire
Parliamentary, Presidential Republic
Empire
Federal Republic, Direct Democracy
Empire
Tribe
Empire

Leader

General, Outlaw
General, Outlaw
Explorer
Explorer
Religious Leader
Religious Leader
Sculptor
Sculptor
Businessman
Businessman
Politician, Reformer
Politician, Reformer
Philosopher
Philosopher
Athlete
Athlete

Scholar

Historian
Historian
Place Discoverer
Place Discoverer
Religion Founder
Religion Founder
Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect
Artist, Musician, Composer, Architect
Economist
Economist
Scientist, Mathemetician, Inventor
Scientist, Mathemetician, Inventor
Writer, Novelist, Poet, Playwrite, Teacher
Writer, Novelist, Poet, Playwrite, Teacher
Actor, Dancer
Actor, Dancer

Samples

Country

Dependency

House

War

Text

England 2
1660 - 1707
47
Stuart 2
1660 - 1707
47
Although the monarchy was
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
1569 - 1795
226
- @Kraków, Warsaw, Poland
- 1558 - 83 35 Livonian War between Poland, Grand Principality of Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark and Russia.
- 1864 2nd Schleswig War 2nd Danish-German War. Denmark, Germany. German Confederation, Austrian Empire, Kingdom of Prussia VS Denmark
Stuart 2
1660 - 1707
47
- 1809 Dano-Swedish War of 1808 - 1809 part of the Napoleonic Wars Denmark-Norway, France 36 #210-400 dead and wounded
152 captured VS Sweden, UK 23 #200 dead and wounded
900-1,200 captured
- 1809 Treaty of Jönköping. Status quo ante bellum

- 1700 - 21 21 Great Northern War
@ North, East & Central Europe
*
Part of Russo, Polish & Danish -Swedish wars.
- Russia 170 75, Kalmyk, Cossak, Denmark - Norway 1700 & 1709-20 40D 8 60T, Saxony 0-6 & 9-, Poland-Lithuania 0-4 & 9-, 100P&S, Cossack, Prussia 15-20 50, Hanover 15-9 20, Britain 17-9
-
00 310 15-20 +70 163
VS Sweden 77 25, Luneburgers 10 Poland - Lithuania 16P 4-14, Ottoman 10-4 150 Pruth, Cossack 8-9 3-9, GB 00, 07, 19-21, United Provinces 00, Brunswig - Luneburg 00 10.
- 00 90 28 04-14 +175 16P 3-9C, 150O, 25C, 175S, 200T

- 1721 Treaty of Nystad
- Russia + Estonia, Livonia, & Ingria & parts of Kexholm & Viborg.
- Prussia + parts of Swedish Pomerania.
- Hanover + Bremen-Verden.
- Holstein-Gottorp - part of the Duchy of Schleswig to Denmark.
- 1807 - 12 5 Anglo-Russian War part of the Napoleonic Wars. UK & Sweden VS Russia & Denmark
- Result: French invasion of Russia
Text

- King
- Queen
- Country Title
- Zone
- Movie
- White
- House
- King Small
- Queen Small
- Blue

 

Capital City

Construction

Political Event

Queen
King
War
Castle - Palace
War
- 1553 Jane Grey Nine Days Queen 1537 - 54 16
* ^^^Henry 7. Privy council switched allegiance after nine days
^ Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk & Frances Brandon
= Lord Guildford Dudley
- 1509 - 47 38 Henry 8 1491-1547 56
* Founder of Anglicanism
^ Elizabeth of York
= Catherine of Aragon D1, Anne Boleyn D1, Jane Seymour S1, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Catherine Parr

Leader

Scholar/Profesional

 

Accronyms

Soldier

- So - Soldier
- RS - Reserve Soldier
- A - Auxilary
- AC - Air Crew
- AT - Anti-Tank
- B - Brigadeer
- C - Calvary
- Ci - Civilian
- Col - Colonial
- Con - Contenental
- Com - Commando
- CR (Combat Ready)
- E - Engaged
- G - Gunner
- Gr - Gredadier
- In - Intelligence
- N - Natives
- NC - Non Combatant
- M - Militia
- MS - Merchant Seamen
- MT - Mountain Trooper
- O - Officer
- Ob - Observers
- Pi - Pilot
- Pol - Police
- PT - Paratrooper
- Ra - Ranger
- Re - Regular
- Ri - Rifleman
- Su - Support
- Sa - Sailer
- Sc - Scout
- T - Total
- V - Volunteer
- W - Worker, Servant, Slave

Army

- # - Several
- Arm - Army
- ArmG - Army Group
- AB - Artillery Battery
- ATReg - Anti-Tank Regiment
- Bat - Infantry Battalion
- AiBat - Airborne Battalion
- ComBat - Commando Battalion
- MBat - Mechanized Battalion
- Batr - Infantry Battery
- ArBatr - Artiliary Battery
- BatG - Battle Group
- Bri - Infantry Brigade
- ABri - Armoured Brigade
- PTBri - Paratrooper Brigade
- BriGr - Brigade Group
- CC Combat Command
- ArCC Armoured Combat Command
- Com - Combatants
- Cor - Corps
- ArCor - Armoured Corps
- MCor - Motorized Corps
- MecCor - Mechanized Corps
- Det - Detatchment
- Div - Infantry Division
- AcDiv - Active Division
- AiDiv - Airborne Division
- ArDiv - Armoured Division
- GrDiv - Grenadier Division
- MDiv - Motorized Division
- RDiv - Reserve Division
- RiDiv - Rifle Division
- RaFor - Ranger Force
- For - Formation
- Fro - Front
- MCReg - Motorcycle Regiment
- MGS - Machine Gun Selection
- Mo - Motorized
- Pat - Infantry Patrol
- Pla - Platoon
- Pres - Present
- Reg - Infantry Regiment
- CSq - Calvary Squadron

Post Industrial Weapons

- A - Artillery
- AFV - Armoured Fighting Vehicle
- AP - Artillery Piece
- AC - Armoured Car
- AG - Assault Gun
- ARC - Armoured Reconosance Vehicles
- ATG - Anti Tank Gun
- AV - Armoured Vehicle
- C - Car
- G - Gun
- H - Howitzer
- MG - Machine Gun
- MGS - Machine Gun Selection
- AW - Ammo Wagon
- LB - Land Battery
- M - Morter
- MC - Motorcycle
- T - Tank
- TDiv - Tank Div
- CT - Combat Tank
- HT - Heavy Tank
- T - Tank
- Tr - Truck
- Tra - Tractor
- Tran - Transport
- LT - Light Tank
- MT - Medium Tank
- PT - Tank Panzer
- ST - Small Tank
- TD - Tank Destroyer
- (+R) - Reserve
- RL - Rocket Launchers
- SPC - Self Propelled Cannon
- V - Vehicle
- AFV - Armoured Fighting Vehicle
- SPG - Self Propelled Gun

Colonial Weapons

- C - Cannon

Ancient Weapons

-

Possesions

- Co - Color
- Kilo - Kilometers of Territory
- F - Fort
- S - Standard
- B - Banner
- Bu - Building
- to - From the number in the beginning to the end.
- FL - Front Line

Planes

- Pl - Plane
- CR - Combat Ready
- B - Bomber
- Bl - Blimp
- DB - Dive Bomber
- Do - Dornier Bomber
- F - Fighter
- FWF - Fock-Wolfe
- Gr - Grounded
- Gl - Gliders
- HF - Howitzer Fighter
- MF - Mesershmit Fighter
- MTF - Mesershmit Twin Engine Fighter
- Ser - Servicable
- T - Transport
- To - Torpedo

Air Force

- AF - Air Force

Ships

Steel

- A - Aviso
- AC - Aircraft Carrier
- LAC - Small Aircraft Carrier
- EC - Escort Carrier
- AntAi - Anti-Aircraft
- Au - Auxiliary
- B - Battleship
- PB - Pocket Battleship
- Bo - Bomb
- HBo - Heavy Bomber
- MBo - Medium Bomber
- LBo - Light Bomber
- C - Cruiser
- CD - Coastal Defense
- Ca - Cargo Ship
- Co - Corvette
- Col - Collier
- AC - Armoured Cruiser
- AuC - Auxiliary Cruiser
- BC - Battle Cruiser
- Har - Harbour
- HC - Heavy Cruiser
- LC - Light Cruiser
- AMC - Armed Merchant Cruiser
- E - Escort
- Fre - Freighter
- Fri - Frigate
- FL - Flotilla Leader
- Ju - Junker
- D - Destroyer
- DE - Destroyer Escort
- PDn - Pre-Dreadnaught
- E - E-Boat
- G - Gunboat
- L - Landing Craft
- M - Merchant
- ML - Minelayer
- MS - Minesweeper
- LMS - Large Minesweeper
- MV - Marine Vessel
- O - Other
- P - Patrol
- PT - PT Boat
- Q - Q-Ship
- S - Supply
- Sl - Sloop
- Sm - Small
- Su - Submarine
- MSu - Midget Submarine
- SuC - Submarine Chasers
- St - Steemer
- ST - Seaplane Tender
- T - Transport
- Ta - Tanker
- To - Torpedo Boat
- Tr - Trawler
- GRT - Gross Register Ton
- Tu - Tug
- MTo - Motor Torbedo Boat
- U - U-Boat
- W - Warship
- SW - Small Warship

Colonial

- Cu - Cutter
- Fi - Fireship
- Fri - Frigate
- FR - Fourth Rate
- L - Ship of the Line
- Sl - Sloop

Ancient

-

General

- O - Other
- Sq - Squadron
- Flot - Flotila
- (Ini) - Initialy
- Dock - Dock

Casualties

- + - Heavy
- - - Minimal
- B - Bodies
- C - Captured
- Ca - Casualty
- D - Deserted
- Dis - Displaced
- E - Escape
- FB - Frost Bite
- M - Missing
- CO - Other
- S - Sick
- T - Total
- w/ - Including
- W - Wounded
- LW - Lightly Wounded
- SW - Severly Wounded
- X - Killed in Action
- XfmW Killed from Wounds

Combined


- XW - Killed & Wounded
- WC - Wounded & Captured
- WS - Wounded & Sick

Weapons Casualties

- - Lost
- C- - Captured
- D- - Damaged
- De- - Destroyed
- Gr- - Grounded
- HD- - Heavily Damaged
- LD- - Lightly Damaged
- E- - Exploded
- S- - Sunk
- Sc- - Scuttled

Other

- WordA - In the Area
- Pres - Present
- Nea - Near
- WordP - Present
- Wor - Working
- 77-99 - Year
- Rein - Reinforcements
- To - Change from beginning of battle or war to.
- 100s - Hundreds
- FL - Front Line
- Su - Support
- + - Many
- - Few
- Ser - Servicable
- T - Total

War - Losers
Transportation - Location
Religion - Casualty
Art - Years
Commerce - Soldier
Science - Ship
Education - Weapon, Tie
Entertainment - Winners

- 1757 Battle of Sample
* Beginning of formal British rule in India USA 750 #3, Butchies 78-99 100 10 5C 6 , Hardcores 2.1, #13.
- 3 #22, 100 gunners, 8C VS Nawab of Bengal 42, 20 Calvary, & French East India Company 50 6 Cannons
- 60 Inc 20 Calvary .5 59 Cannon

- Treaty Bengal Annexed by British East India Company

- Red
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- Purple
- Blue
- Black
- Maroon
- Brown
- Green

War

Battle

Disaster

War/Battle Acronyms
Colors
- 1754 - 63 9 Anglo - French war in North America Anglo-French War
- The Broken Chain 1993
- Last of the Mohicans 1936
- Last of the Mohicans 1992
- Northwest Passage 1940 
- Mohawk 1956
- Frontier Times 1987 
- Barry Lyndon 1976

- 1757 Battle of Sample
* Beginning of formal British rule in India USA 750 #3, Butchies 78-99 100 10 5C 6 , Hardcores 2.1, #13.
- 3 #22, 100 gunners, 8C VS Nawab of Bengal 42, 20 Calvary, & French East India Company 50 6 Cannons
- 60 Inc 20 Calvary .5 59 Cannon

- Treaty Bengal Annexed by British East India Company
- 1666 Great Fire of London.
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