APH: The Lion and the Eagle Chapter 24'International relations only got worse as the years ticked by, pressure seemed to rise upon every nation and at the point in history in which I thought there would be peace, a spark had been lit amongst the trees in the great forest that was Europe and the smell of the smoke that was war seemed to be drawing ever closer as the great powers took arms as the nations showed their most evil colours yet.APH: The Lion and the Eagle Chapter 24 by ~Bexster674
Even though I had made a promise to myself not to go to War in Europe again, despite the warning in the form of a scar upon my shoulder, even I felt threatened as the German Empire began the construction of giant battle ships to rival mine!
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'What is the meaning of this Gilbert?' roared Britain 'You discuss negotiations with me for an alliance and now you are sending arms to the Boer army?'
'I could not ignore the demand of my Kaiser...' said Prussia '... besides I have to agree with him, the Dutch are friends to Germany... and if you ask me your empire has spread too far!'
'You're just jealous!' cried Britain in the manner of a child 'You're a traitor and a coward! Many of my troops will die; now you have supplied the Boers with the essential weaponry!'
'Look Britain!' growled Prussia 'You have never understood, I am not and I shall never be your lap dog for I am an eag
APH: The Lion and the Eagle Chapter 22'I had been waiting for a long time, for this moment of silence, a moment in which we could travel, laugh and rest in my land and also in Prussia's. I hoped to embark on many great adventures with Prussia at my side, and I dreamed days of peace, glory and triumph. However there was a flaw in my plan, as the new king, Frederick the Third was ill... very ill...'APH: The Lion and the Eagle Chapter 22 by ~Bexster674
Summer had come, but today it had decided to rain, large water droplets splashed relentlessly into Arthur's hair as the blue sky was slowly turning to grey.
Turning towards the all too familiar door Britain knocked, the door opened slowly
'May I enter?' asked Britain politely