Since the mod extends the timeline and therefore game history, it also adds new bookmarks to help find out the main events in history. Some of the new ones are taken from other Paradox games and their mods.

There are, however, three bookmarks removed from the Vanilla game (Empires of the Sands, The First Nations, and The Kingdoms of the East) since they were just 11.11.1444 starts but with a different camera orientation.

List of BookmarksEdit

Date Title Description Interesting choices
February 2, 58 Roman-Parthian War The Roman-Partian War of 58-63 was fought between the Roman Empire Roman Empire and the Parthian Empire Parthian Empire over control of Armenia Armenia, a vital buffer state between the two realms. Armenia Armenia had been a Roman Roman client state since the days of Emperor Augustus, but in 52/53, the Parthians Parthians succeeded in installing their own candidate, Tiridates, on the Armenian Armenian throne.
April 24, 224 Rise of the Sassanids Ardashir I managed to defeat his overlord Artabanus IV in the battle of Hormozdgan, effectively ending the centuries of Parthian Parthian rule in Persia. Meanwhile in China, the Han Dynasty Han Dynasty has fallen and fractured into three rival kingdoms.
January 17, 395 Barbarian Invasions The mighty Roman Empire Roman Empire has been struggling with internal issues and external threats for a long time. To ease the management of the vast empire, it was split in two after the death of Emperor Theodsius I. But even this might not be enough to save the empire from the invading barbarians.
September 4, 476 Fall of Rome The Western Roman Empire Western Roman Empire has fallen and all of Europe is left in turmoil. The lands and the glory of the fallen empire are there for only the fittest to take.
January 1, 673 Rise of Islam The Spread of Islam began when Prophet Muhammad started preaching the revelation he claimed to have received from God at the age of 40. During his lifetime, the Muslim ummah was established in Arabia by the way of their conversion or allegiance to Islam. In the first centuries conversion to Islam followed the rapid growth of the Muslim world created by the conquests of the Rashidun Rashidun and Umayyad Umayyad Caliphs.
January 1, 769 Charlemagne Son of Pepin the Short and a descendant of Charles Martel, Charlemagne became joint king of the Franks Franks with his brother Carloman in 769. He proceeded to make the kingdom greater than ever before, conqering neighboring kingdoms with equal measures of good strategic planning and ruthlessness. Charlemagne was eventually crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III, and his descendants were to rule large parts of Europe for a long time to come.
January 1, 867 The Old Gods "How the little piglets would grunt if they knew how the old boar suffered!" Those were the prophetic last words of the legendary viking Ragnarr Lodbrok Ragnarr Lodbrok as he lay dying in the snake pit of Northumbrian king Ælla Northumbrian king Ælla. In 867 the vengeful sons of Lodbrok and their "Great Heathen Army" descended upon the petty kingdoms of Britain to make Ella a "Blood Eagle". Meanwhile, two other Norse lords - Rurik Rurik and Dyre Dyre - were carving out their own rival states among the Slavic and Finnish tribes of the East, laying down the foundations of what would one day become Russia Russia. The Old Gods are still strong and their warriors mighty!
February 2, 962 Holy Roman Empire After the Carolingian king Louis the Child died without issue in 911, East Francia East Francia fragmented into several smaller kingdoms. In 962 the German king Otto took control over northern Italy and was crowned Emperor by the Pope. From then on, the affairs of the German kingdom were intertwined with those of Italy and the Papacy. Otto's coronation as Emperor made the German kings successors to the Empire of Charlemagne, which through translatio imperii, also made them successors to Ancient Rome Rome.
September 14, 1066 Stamford Bridge King Harold Godwison rushes to defend the shores of England England against the forces of his traitorous brother Tostig and the Norwegian Norwegian king Harald IV, nicknamed "Hardrada" (Hard Ruler). Meanwhile, William, Duke of Normandy Normandy, is about to launch his own invasion of England England, sanctioned by Pope Alexander II himself. Saxon, Norse, or Norman - who shale rule Albion?
October 2, 1187 The Third Crusade Jerusalem Jerusalem has fallen to the forces of the great infidel, Saladin, but Henry II of England England, Philip II of France France, and Holy Roman Emperor Holy Roman Emperor Fredrick "Barbarossa" have, in their righteous zeal, ended their petty disputes and stand ready to march against the Moor in the most powerful Crusade yet... Deus Vult!
January 1, 1206 The Mongol Empire The Mongol Empire Mongol Empire emerged from the unification of the Mongol and Turkic tribes of historical Mongolia Mongolia under the leadership of Temujin. In 1206 he was proclaimed ruler of all Mongols and took the name Genghis Khan meaning "Great Khan"
May 1, 1241 The Mongol Invasion The terrible Mongol Horde has swept like a scythe through Easter Europe, effortlessly mowing down all opposition. As even the Holy Roman Emperor Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich II cowers in fear, the great invasion suddenly comes to an inexplicable halt as both Batu Khan of the Great Horde Great Horde and Hulagu Khan of the Ilkhanate Ilkhanate Horde return to Karakorum to elect an new Great Khan. In Northern Germany Germany, the burghers of the Imperial Free Cities of Lubeck Lubeck and Hamburg Hamburg have just formed a trade alliance that will eventually become known as the Hanseatic League.
January 1, 1337 The Hundred Years' War The Death of French King Charles IV in 1328 with no immediate heir triggered a succession dispute that would last for over a hundred years. Edward III of England England was the closest living male heir, but the French nobility, balking at the prospect of a foreign king, claimed that the line could not pass through a women, and crowned another pretender - Philip. Nine years later, war broke out...
October 14, 1399 The Grand Campaign The year is 1399 and there is turmoil everywhere. The Hundred Years' Wars rages on in the west, the conqueror Timur the Lame Timur the Lame strikes fear in the east. The Byzantine Empire Byzantine Empire clings on to just a few enclaves. Glory is there for those who can seize the opportunity.
November 11, 1444 Rise of the Ottomans Rumors of Ottomans Ottomans weakness caused Pope Eugene IV to call for a crusade against them in 1443. With the West still embroiled in the Hundred Years' War, the King of Hungary Hungary and Poland Poland, Wladyslva III, took on the cause to finally expel the scourge of Christendom from Europe. Led by general John Hanyadi, "The White Knight", the Hungarian army saw some initial success, but ultimately defeated.The abdicated Sultan Murad II came back to aid his son and lead the Ottomans Ottomans army to victory at the battle of Varna where King Wladyslav was killed. Peace was eventually signed but the way for further Ottomans Ottomans expansion into Eastern Europe now lay open...
May 29, 1453 The Fall of Byzantium The Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire has conquered the "City of the World's Desire" and are already pushing into the Balkans. In the West, the great reconquista is reaching a climax, while other nations prepare to take their place on the stage of history.
January 11, 1492 A New World! In 1492 Cristobal Colón had managed to convince Isabel I of Castile Castile that a new route to the East could be found by sailing West. He was about to discover an entirely New World. Lead him to it and bring Castile Castile fantastic wealth by exploring, conquering, and colonizing a massive empire.
December 10, 1506 War of the League of Cambrai The War of the Holy League (or the War of the League of Cambrai) was fought between 1508 and 1516. Pope Julius II sought to strengthen the position of Papal States Papal States in Italy Italy and therefore wanted to curb Venice Venice position in the North. In order to do this, the Pope created the League of Cambrai, consisting of Louis XII of France France, Emperor Maximilian I of the Habsburg Empire Habsburg Empire, Ferdinand I of Spain Spain, and himself.
January 23, 1549 Eighty Years' War The Eighty Years' War was the revolt of the Dutch Dutch against the Spanish Spanish king. Spain Spain was initially successful in suppressing the rebellion. In 1572, however, the rebels conquered Den Breil, and the rebellion resurged. In the years after that, the northern provinces became - first de facto and in 1648 officially, independent as the United Provinces of Netherlands Netherlands.
May 23, 1618 Thirty Years' War The Thirty Years' war was a series of conflicts fought between 1618 and 1648, principally on the territory of todays Germany Germany. the conflict stemmed from religious frictions between the Catholic emperor and the Protestant states in the Holy Roman Empire Holy Roman Empire, but later it came to encompass most of European countries.
September 1, 1701 War of Spanish Succesion The last Habsburg king of Spain Spain, Charles II, died in 1701. The sickly king had bequeathed all his possessions to Philip of Anjou Anjou, a grandson of French king Louis XIV. This meant a potential French-Spanish superpower in the center of Europe. This was something that Austria Austria, England England, and the Dutch Republic the Dutch Republic didn't want to see happen. The pieces were set for yet another grand European war, not only fought on the European mainland, but also on the world seas and in North America. Historically, the war ended with the Treaty of Utrecht in 1714, where Philip was indeed recognized as Spanish king after he had renounced his claims in the French line of succcession.
December 17, 1718 War of the Quadruple Alliance The War of the Quadruple Alliance began as a consequence of Philip V's claims in Italy. The claims were opposed by, France, Great Britain, and the Netherlands, and as a result they formed an alliance. Later on, due to Spain invading Sardinia, Austria also joined the alliance.
May 15, 1756 Seven Years' War The Seven Years' War was one of the largest conflicts of its time. Concerning mainlyPrussia Prussia and Habsburg Habsburg in the beginning, but soon enough engaging both France France and Russia Russia on the Austria Austrian side and Great Britain Great Britain on the Prussia Prussian.
July 4, 1776 American War for Independence The war broke out in 1775, one of the main reasons being the economic policies enforced by the British British monarchy upon its colonies in America. As the war progressed the colonies gained the support of both Spain Spain and France France, which eventually proved tho have a major impact on the outcome of the war.
July 14, 1789 The French Revolution One of the most important periods of European history began on July 14th with the storming of the Bastille. This event would be the firs in a series of attempts to overthrow the Bourbon dynasty and put an end to the absolute monarchy that was ruling France France at the time. Lead the fight against the revolutionary rebels as France France enters one of its most disruptive phases.
September 21, 1792 Revolutionary France Louis XVI's flight to Varennes undermined his credibility and paved the way for the formation of the Republic of France France in 1792. Fearing that the revolutionary fervor would spread to their countries, other European monarchs called for war against the new revolutionary government. Lead Revolutionary France as it struggles to assert itself against a strong coalition of European powers.
January 1, 1836 The Victorian Era After the tribulations of Napoleons's wars, the consensus established at the congress of Vienna has restored a tentative calm to a troubled continent. While the flames of revolution may have been put out for now, the ideas of human liberty, nationalism, and liberalism will soon prove themselves more alive than ever. Princess Victoria is 16 years old, and will soon ascend to the throne of Great Britain, the greatest industrial empire ever to span the globe. Her ascension marks the beginning of an age that is to last all the way up until the First World War. In this unprecedented technological progress, doubts will be cast on certainties that have stood since time immemorial, and new dogmas will rise in their place.
July 1, 1861 American Civil War Civil war rages in North America as the Confederate States attempt to secede from the Union. The outcome is uncertain, but already this promises to be a new type of war as both sides have access to railroads, telegraphs, and repeating rifles. Meanwhile, in Europe, Great Britain is experimenting with the first iron hulled steam-driven warship, a combination which promises to revolutionize the war at sea. World Wide the industrial revolution is gathering speed as more and more nations start to industrialize. The times they are a-changing.
July 19, 1870 Franco-Prussian War The Franco-Prussian War emerged from tensions regarding the German unification. A war against France France was deemed necessary to unite the North German Confederation and the independent southern German states, while France was preoccupied by the emergence of a powerful Prussia Prussia. Napoleon III seized on a supposed insult in the Ems' Dispatch to declare war, which most French leaders expected to win.
July 28, 1914 The First World War Although a resurgence of imperialism was an underlying cause, the immediate trigger for war was the 28 June 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the throne of Austria Austria-Hungary, by Yugoslav nationalist Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo. This set off a diplomatic crisis when Austria Austria-Hungary delivered an ultimatum to the Kingdom of Serbia Serbia, and international alliances formed over the previous decades were invoked. Within weeks, the major powers were at war around the world
September 3, 1939 The Second World War Adolf Hitler has turned the newly formed Germany Germany into an authoritarian dictatorship and has annexed Austria Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia. Finally the invasion of Poland Poland forced Great Britain Great Britain and France France to declare war on Germany Germany. Meanwhile in Asia, Japan Japan is on its way on conquering China China and with USA USA and Soviet Union Soviet Union likely to join the mayhem soon, this war is sure to become more global and bloody than any of the ones seen before.
January 1, 1947 Cold War After the world wars the world has been split into the NATODemocratic West and the Warsaw PactCommunist East. The relations between these blocs are far from friendly and even the slights spark might light the situation up into the most severe war in the history of mankind.
December 25, 1991 Fall of the USSR The Cold War has ended and it has ended in communism in Europe. Now democracy is on the rise in Europe, drastically changing its political situation.
Oct 09, 2018 Present Day The modern world has grown quite peaceful and stable, but now disputes over Crimea are threatening to disturb the peace between Ukraine Ukraine and Russia Russia