Tired of people saying " My country is much stronger then yours" Well this is the official top 10 most powerful country chart! Feel free to update the information on here. But don't do something silly like give your country 10 million troops, or DON'T put your country on this list even when it should be!
Don't edit it please! all these are from history and such. So please ( john macbatten ) dont edit it to your likings I spent good time doing this. Its for Historical purposes only.
- England British Anthem
- France French Anthem
- Russia ( anthem coming soon )
- Netherlands Dutch Anthem
- Portugal - subject to change ( anthem coming soon )
- Germany (Prussia) Prussian Anthem
- Portugal Portuguese Anthem -subject to change
- Japan Japanese Anthem -subject to change
- Austria Austrian Anthem - subject to change
- China - subject to change ( anthem coming soon )
- On the 1st of every month. A poll of each of the top 10 countries will be made. The countries that don't get any votes will be kicked off the list or moved to - subject to change
- subject to change are countries that MIGHT be deleted from the Top 10 list and be replaced with something more historically possible.
Ingame Time: 1723
Peter the Great in the Battle of PoltavaJohn Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, English general.*1700: The 1700 Cascadia earthquake (magnitude 9) occurs off the coast of the Pacific Northwest; Japan is struck by a tsunami.
- 1700–21: Russia supplants Sweden as the dominant Baltic power after the Great Northern War.
- 1701–1714: War of the Spanish Succession was a conflict which involved most of Europe.
- 1701–1702: The Daily Courant and The Norwich Post becomes the first daily newspapers in England.
- 1702: Forty-seven Ronin attack Kira Yoshinaka and then commit seppuku in Japan.
- 1702–1715: Camisard Rebellion in France.
- 1703: Saint Petersburg founded by Peter the Great. Russian capital until 1918.
- 1703–1711: The Rákóczi Uprising against the Habsburg Monarchy.
- 1704: End of Japan's Genroku period.
- 1707: Act of Union passed merging the Scottish and the English Parliaments, thus establishing The Kingdom of Great Britain.
- 1707: After Aurangzeb's death, the Mughal Empire enters a long decline and the Maratha Empire slowly replaces it.
- 1707: Mount Fuji erupts in Japan.
- 1707: War of 27 years between the Marathas and Mughals ends in India.
- 1708: The Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies and English Company Trading to the East Indies merged to form the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies.
- 1708–1709: Famine kills one-third of East Prussia's population.
- 1709: Great Frost of 1709, coldest winter in 500 years.
- 1709: Hotaki dynasty founded in Afghanistan.
- 1709: Charles XII of Sweden flees to Ottoman Empire after Peter I of Russia defeats his army at the Battle of Poltava.
- 1710-1711: Ottoman Empire fights Russia in the Russo-Turkish War
- 1713-1714: Tarabai establishes rival Maratha Empire government in Kolhapur against Chattrapati Shahu.
- 1714: Accession of George I, Elector of Hanover, to the throne of Great Britain.
- 1715: First Jacobite rebellion breaks out
- 1715: Louis XIV dies, leaving France greatly enlarged but deep in debt.
- 1715: Pope Clement XI declares Catholicism and Confucianism incompatible.
- 1716: Establishment of the Sikh Confederacy along the India Pakistan border.
- 1718: City of New Orleans founded by the French in North America
- 1718: Blackbeard (Edward Teach) is killed by Robert Maynard in a North Carolina inlet on the inner side of Ocracoke Island
- 1718-1730: Tulip period of the Ottoman Empire
- 1719: Spanish attempt to restart the Jacobite rebellion fails.
- 1720: The South Sea Bubble
- 1720: Spanish military embarks on the Villasur expedition from Mexico and travel into the Great Plains
- 1720–1721: The Great Plague of Marseille
- 1721: Robert Walpole became the first Prime Minister of Great Britain (de facto).
- 1721: Treaty of Nystad signed, ending the Great Northern War.
- 1721: Kangxi Emperor bans Christian Missionaries because of Pope Clement XI's decree.
- 1721: Peter I reforms the Russian Orthodox Church
- 1722: Afghans conquered Iran, overthrowing the Safavid Shah Soltan Hosein.
- 1722: Kangxi Emperor of China dies.
- 1722: Bartholomew Roberts is killed in a sea battle off the African coast.
- 1722–23: Russo-Persian War
- 1722–1725: Controversy over William Wood's halfpence leads to the Drapier's Letters and begins the Irish economic independence from England movement.
- 1723: Slavery abolished in Russia. Peter the Great converted the household slaves into house serfs.
- 1723–1730: The "Great Disaster" – an invasion of Kazakh territories by the Dzungars.
- 1725: The Fulani nomads took complete control of Fuuta Jallon and set up the first of many Fulani jihad states to come.
- 1726: The enormous Chinese encyclopedia Gujin Tushu Jicheng of over 100 million written Chinese characters in over 800,000 pages is printed in 60 different copies using copper-based Chinese movable type printing.
- 1727–1729: Anglo-Spanish War
- 1729–1735: Charles Wesley and John Wesley begin the Methodism in England
- 1730–1760: First Great Awakening takes place in Great Britain and North America.
- 1732–1734: Crimean Tatar raids into Russia.
- 1733–1738: War of the Polish Succession.
- 1735–1739: Russo-Turkish War.
- 1735–1799: The Qianlong Emperor of China oversaw a huge expansion in territory.
- 1736: Nader Shah assumed title of Shah of Persia and founded the Afsharid dynasty. Ruled until his death in 1747.
- 1736: Qing Dynasty Chinese court painters recreate Zhang Zeduan's classic panoramic painting, Along the River During Qingming Festival.
- 1738–1756: Famine across the Sahel, half the population of Timbuktu died.
- 1738: Pope Clement XII issues the Eminenti Apostolatus Specula prohibiting Catholics from becoming Freemasons.
- 1739: Nader Shah defeated the Mughals at the Battle of Karnal and sacked Delhi.
- 1739: Great Britain and Spain fight the War of Jenkins' Ear in the Caribbean.
Frederick II the Great, King of Prussia. The extinction of the Scottish clan system came with the defeat of the clansmen at the Battle of Culloden in 1746.*1740: Frederick the Great comes to power in Prussia.
- 1740: British attempt to capture St. Augustine, Florida but lose to the Spanish during the Siege of St. Augustine.
- 1740–1741: Famine in Ireland killed ten per cent of the population.
- 1740–1748: War of the Austrian Succession
- 1741: Russians began settling the Aleutian Islands.
- 1741: Pope Benedict XIV issues Immensa Pastorum principis against slavery.
- 1744: The First Saudi State is founded by Mohammed Ibn Saud.
- 1744: French attempt to restart the Jacobite rebellion fails
- 1744–1748: The First Carnatic War fought between the British, the French, the Marathas, and Mysore in India.
- 1745: Second Jacobite Rebellion began by Charles Edward Stuart in Scotland.
- 1747: Ahmed Shah Durrani founded the Durrani Empire in modern day Afghanistan.
- 1748: Treaty of Aix-La-Chapelle ends the War of the Austrian Succession and First Carnatic War.
- 1748–1754: The Second Carnatic War fought between the British, the French, the Marathas, and Mysore in India
- 1754: Treaty of Pondicherry ends Second Carnatic War and recognizes Muhammed Ali Khan Wallajah as Nawab of the Carnatic.
- 1754–1763, The French and Indian War, Fought in the U.S. and Canada mostly between the French and French allies and the English and English allies. The North American chapter of the Seven Years' War.
- 1755: The Lisbon earthquake
- 1755–1763: The Great Upheaval, forced population transfer of the French Acadian population from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
- 1756–1763: Seven Years' War fought among European powers in various theaters around the world.
- 1756–1763: The Third Carnatic War fought between the British, the French, the Marathas, and Mysore in India.
- 1757: Battle of Plassey signaled the beginning of formal British rule in India after years of commercial activity under the auspices of the East India Company.
- 1758: British colonel James Wolfe issues the Wolfe's Manifesto
- 1759: French commander Louis-Joseph de Montcalm and British commander James Wolfe die during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.
- 1760: Zand dynasty founded in Iran
- 1761: Maratha Empire defeated at Battle of Panipat
- 1762–1796: Reign of Catherine the Great of Russia.
- 1763: Treaty of Paris ends Seven Years' War and Third Carnatic War
- 1763: Kingdom of Mysore conquers the Kingdom of Keladi
- 1765: Stamp Act introduced into the American colonies by the UK Parliament.
- 1766–1799: Anglo-Mysore Wars
- 1767: Burmese conquered the Ayutthaya kingdom.
- 1768: Gurkhas conquered Nepal.
- 1768–1774: Russo-Turkish War
- 1769: Spanish missionaries established the first of 21 missions in California.
- 1769–1770: James Cook explores and maps New Zealand and Australia
- 1769–1773: The Bengal famine of 1770 killed one third of the Bengal population.
Rejtan and the Partitions of Poland A Watt steam engine. The development of the steam engine started the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain.*1770: James Cook claims the East Coast of Australia (New South Wales) for Great Britain.
- 1770–1771: Famine in Czech lands killed hundreds of thousands.
- 1771: The Plague Riot in Moscow.
- 1771: Richard Arkwright and his partners build the world's first water-powered mill at Cromford.
- 1772: Reformer Johann Friedrich Struensee executed in Denmark.
- 1772: Gustav III of Sweden stages a coup d'état, becoming almost an absolute monarch.
- 1772: Partitions of Poland marks the end of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
- 1772–1779: Maratha Empire fights Britain and Raghunathrao's forces during the First Anglo-Maratha War
- 1772–1795: The Partitions of Poland ended the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and erased Poland from the map for 123 years.
- 1773–1775: Pugachev's Rebellion was the largest peasant revolt in Russia's history.
- 1773: East India Company starts operations in Bengal to smuggle Opium into China.
- 1775 John Harrison H4 and Larcum Kendall K1 Marine chronometers are used to measure longitude by James Cook on his Second voyage (1772–1775)
- 1775–1782: First Anglo-Maratha War
- 1775–1783: American Revolutionary War
- 1776: Illuminati founded by Adam Weishaupt
- 1776: United States Declaration of Independence adopted by the Continental Congress in Philadelphia.
- 1778: Tây Sơn Dynasty established in Vietnam.
- 1778: James Cook becomes first European on the Hawaiian Islands.
- 1779–1879: Xhosa Wars between British and Boer settlers and the Xhosas in South African Republic
- 1781: Spanish settlers founded Los Angeles.
- 1781–1785: Serfdom abolished in the Austrian monarchy (first step; second step in 1848)
- 1783: Famine in Iceland caused by the eruption of the Laki volcano.
- 1783: Russian Empire annexed the Crimean Khanate.
- 1783 The Treaty of Paris formally ends the American War of Independence.
- 1785–1791: Imam Sheikh Mansur, a Chechen warrior and Muslim mystic, led a coalition of Muslim Caucasian tribes from throughout the Caucasus in a holy war against the Russian invaders.
- 1785–1795: Northwest Indian War between the United States and Native Americans
- 1787: United States Constitution was written in Philadelphia and submitted to the states for ratification.
- 1787: Freed slaves from London founded Freetown in present-day Sierra Leone.
- 1787: Kansei Reforms instituted in Japan by Matsudaira Sadanobu.
- 1787–1792: Russo-Turkish War
- 1788 First French Quaker community established in Congénies
- 1788: First European settlement established in Australia at Sydney.
- 1788: New Hampshire ratifies the United States Constitution as the 9th state, and by the terms of Article VII it is in effect.
- 1788–1789 Inconfidência Mineira, conspiracy against the colonial authorities in Brazil.
- 1789: George Washington elected President of the United States. Served until 1797.
- 1789: Great Britain and Spain dispute the Nootka Sound during the Nootka Crisis.
- 1789–1799: The French Revolution
- 1790: Establishment of the Polish-Prussian Pact
- 1791 The Constitutional Act (Or Canada Act) creates the two provinces of Upper and Lower Canada in British North America.
- 1791–1795: George Vancouver explores the world during the Vancouver Expedition.
- 1791–1804: The Haitian Revolution
- 1792–1815: The Great French War started as the French Revolutionary Wars which lead into the Napoleonic Wars.
- 1792: New York Stock & Exchange Board founded.
- 1792: King Gustav III of Sweden was assassinated by a conspiracy of noblemen.
- 1793: Upper Canada bans slavery.
- 1793: The largest yellow fever epidemic in American history killed as many as 5,000 people in Philadelphia—roughly 10% of the population.
- 1793–1796: Revolt in the Vendée against the French Republic at the time of the Revolution.
- 1794: Polish revolt
- 1794: Jay's Treaty concluded between Great Britain and the United States, by which the Western outposts in the Great Lakes are returned to the U.S., and commerce between the two countries is regulated.
- 1794: Qajar dynasty founded in Iran after replacing the Zand dynasty.
- 1795: Mohammad Khan Qajar razes Tbilisi to the ground.
- 1795: Pinckney's Treaty between the United States and Spain granted the Mississippi Territory to the US.
- 1795: The Marseillaise officially adopted as the French national anthem.
- 1795: Kamehameha I of the Island of Hawaii defeats the Oahuans at the Battle of Nu'uanu.
- 1796: Edward Jenner administers the first smallpox vaccination. Smallpox killed an estimated 400,000 Europeans each year during the 18th century (including five reigning monarchs).
- 1796: Battle of Montenotte. Engagement in the War of the First Coalition. Napoleon Bonaparte's first victory as an army commander.
- 1796: British ejected Dutch from Ceylon.
- 1796: Mungo Park, backed by the African Association, is the first European to set eyes on the Niger River in Africa.
- 1796–1804: The White Lotus Rebellion against the Manchu Dynasty in China.
- 1797: Napoleon's invasion and partition of the Republic of Venice ended over 1,000 years of independence for the Serene Republic.
- 1798: The Irish Rebellion failed to overthrow British rule in Ireland.
- 1798–1800: Quasi-War between the United States and France.
- 1799: Napoleon staged a coup d'état and became First Consul of France.
- 1799: Dutch East India Company is dissolved.
- 1799: The assassination of the 14th Tu'i Kanokupolu, Tukuʻaho, plunges Tonga into half a century of civil war.
Spain vs Russia ( resolved )
England vs Spain ( defense: resolved )
Denmark vs Spain ( navel defense: resolved )
Russia vs Poland ( Poland surrenders )
England vs Poland ( defense : resolved )
Denmark vs Poland ( defense: resolved )
England vs Redbeard ( outlaw: In progress )
Russia vs Redbeard ( outlaw: In progress )
Russia vs Japan ( skirmish: Resolved )
England vs Sweden ( in progress )
Denmark vs Sweden ( in progress )
Persia vs Sweden ( in progress )
Ottoman Empire vs sweden ( in progress )
Russia vs Sweden ( defense: in progress )
Russia trade embargo on Sweden ( current )
England trade embargo on Sweden ( current )
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