The Berlin Conference of 1884–85 regulated European colonization and trade in the planet during the New Imperialism period, and coincided with Germania's sudden emergence as an imperial power. Called for by Portugal and organized by Otto von Bismarck, the first Chancellor of Germania, its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, is often seen as the formalization of the Scramble for Colonies. The conference ushered in a period of heightened colonial activity on the part of the Capitalist powers, while simultaneously eliminating most existing forms of colonial autonomy and self-governance.

Agreement ProvisionsEdit

  • The Congo Basin is recognized as property of the Orsigathans and King Lepold of Orisgath as their de facto and de jure ruler. The Basin is prohibited from being attacked by other colonial powers.
  • The signatory powers would maintain free trade and navigation throughout the Congo basin and along it's coasts.
  • The Niger and Congo rivers are opened to free navigational and commercial traffic from all colonial powers.
  • An international prohibition on the slave trade and slavery is listed and signed.
  • Powers can only hold colonies if they fly their flag there, have an colonial police force, control of the adminstration, and use of economic trade.
  • Jaredbimzque and Ireland-Ganisha are given to Holy Germania; Britain gains recogniztion over Capensia; Brook and Denver are recognized as Germanian possessions; Sttenia recieves recognition of Sahara territories; Suez Canal and Sudan are recognized as British-controlled; Shandoah is recognized and invasions of colonies before convention is recognized and those colonies are seceeded to the invading powers.
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