Overview/History Part 2: The Ambitions



  • In 1723, after the singing of the Constitution of Kalmar, the new nation's agenda drastically changed. They looked at the Norwegian lands they had integrated and noticed that they had the potential to not have a great and mighty navy, but to become a colonial power. They sought after the French. While many people thought that this was a bad mistake for the young nation to temper the French, Kalmar had plans. The King was well aware of the dangerous acts that the French were doing in the new world. The King increased spending to make a more advanced navy than the French. And on July 22, 1734, The Scandinavians anexed Holstein, Lübeck, and Hamberg. The HRE losing influence was not going to give to up this starting the Austro- Danish war of 1734. With minor help from great Britain, the war was a total loss for the Emporer. With two essential ports captured the Scandinavian nation was a great navy and trading power. And it only 20 years later of preparing when the French pulled the last straw when Great Britain became of interest of war. Quickly the King offers an alliance to Great Britain. Without hesitation they accepted. In 1754, the Great Seven Year began both in Europe and the new world. With Kalmar's awesome navy, in short the French were defeated. However Britain gave Quebec to Kalmar and the French were fined by Great Britain. Split up Canada to West- British and East Scandinavian. Also the Kalmaran renamed Quebec Vinland. Setting Kalmar into a great Global power. Shortly after the American Revolution took place. With the Kalmaran dispising the idea of an enemy nation at the doorstep of Vinland, they financialy supported the put down of the rebels yet failed. In 1781 the peasants demanded adjustment in power creating a Parliament similar that of Britain.Knowing how Revolutions went, the King agreed to these terms peacefully.Thus throwing the world into a new chapter...



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