The game ended in 1892. War had broken out between France and Germany (over Somalia) and between Great Britain and a Portuguese-Belgian alliance (over Ashantee and Uganda, respectively). While those Wars simmered, A Congress was called to resolve a number of other CBs. That Congress was in the middle of ending in failure when Italy defied it, after which Italy joined in the German-French War as a German defensive ally, driving the ETI over 100 and ending the game. Italy, France, and Great Britain took the Great War penalties, Italy for driving the ETI over 100, and France and Britain for starting the two Wars that were in progress when the game ended.
There was no Chinese Rebellion.
Wayne Williams was the original moderator for this game. Mark O'English took over at the start of 1888. Robert Thompson was replaced as French leader by Richard Thumann before Movement in 1880. Bob Soule was replaced as the American leader by Carol Amato at the conclusion of 1880. Jim Priestaf was replaced as the Russian leader by Matthew Riegel during the 1884 War. Bob Chase stepped down as Japan during Movement of 1888, and was replaced by Stuart Fieldhouse.
|United States||Carlo Amato|
|Great Britain||Victor Hall|