Deleted member 200420
The consensus of what would occur if the UK didn't enter the Great War is that France and Russia would get pummelled. Lets say, however, that near-ASB levels of luck befall the French and Russian war effort and victory is secured in 1915. I'd imagine such a scenario would involve France not implementing Plan XVII and withstanding Germany while Russia avoiding Tannenberg goes on some alternate rampage in the east and brings the Central Powers to heel. The Ottomans probably remain neutral. Without the mediating hand of the UK the Entente have free reign to draw up whatever kind of peace treaty they wish. What is the result of such a scenario?