Feel free to post them, I'm sure everyone would be interested in seeing the creations!So, i discovered your TL today and i really liked it, i make some flags if you are interested
I had not actually put thought into where the crown jewels ended up, but my best guess would be that James and Mary got very little in Albion, so you're better chance of some of them reaching America would be with Augusta and Charles a hundred years later.Hmm? Conway was the one who put a stop to the chaos, he could have had the prestige to force through a new regime with him at the helm, especially if he as he did kept the monarchy in at least something of a ceremonial role. Moore lacks such achievements and seemed a relatively unremarkable general. I fail to see how he could play el presidente for long.
Incidentally, who is using what set of crown jewels at the moment? Did James take any regalia with him when he fled, which have since become the crown of Albion? I'd expect Mary of Modena kept the one made for her? Who has the St Edward's crown at present?
They didn't. But once the British had land in northern France, it became easier for them to land more troops. They were more willing to use canons etc, and slowly the French had cause to fall back. The initial landing occurs in late 1797, but France doesn't fall until 1800, so it's a process that takes about two years as the held territory moves further south.How did France go down without a fight like that?
Noted for next time. Hopefully this is the last time we're going to jump away from Albion and America for a while, the next instalment is 75% written, takes us to Florida and is titled 'The Treaty of the Spanish Marriages'It did seem more than a little strange that France would lose such a war so easily. At least some description of the war might have been merited.