Canton Diplomacy

by Paul Webb

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Standard Diplomacy rules apply to the Canton variant.

There are a total of 34 supply centers.  Ownership of 18 centers in necessary for victory.

Map Notes:  Egypt (Egy) and the Constantinople (Con) are canals like Kiel and Constantinople on the standard map.  There are six provinces with multiple coasts.  These are labeled on the map.  Note that Armenia (Arm) has a west coast and east coast.  Nepal is impassible like Switzerland on the standard map.  There is no canal between the Black Sea (BLA) and Caspian Sea (CAS). Notice that only Russia can occupy the Caspian Sea, by building a fleet in Ukraine (Ukr).  Yakutsk (Yak) is not accessible to the North Pacific Ocean (NPO).  Egypt (Egy) is accessible to Syria (Syr) and Arabia (Ara).

Canton Diplomacy begins in Spring 1901.

Starting Positions:

Britain (B)
A - Bombay (Bom)
A - Delhi (Del)
F - Madras (Mad)

China (C)
A - Peking (Pek)
A - Shanghai (Sha)
A - Tibet (Tib)

France (F)
A - Annam (Ann)
A - Hanoi (Han)
F - Saigon (Sai)

Holland (D)
A - Borneo (Bor)
F - Celebes (Cel)
F - Java (Jav)
Japan (J)
A - Kyoto (Kyo)
F - Kiushu (Kiu)
F - Tokyo (Tok)

Russia (R)
A - Irkutsk (Irk)
A - Moscow (Mos)
F - Ukraine (Ukr)
F - Yakutsk (Yak)

Turkey (T)
A - Anatolia (Ana)
A - Arabia (Ara)
F - Egypt (Egy)

 

 

 C - China
CAN - Canton
GOB - Gobi Desert
MON - Mongolia
PEK - Peking
SHA - Shanghai
SIN - Sinkiang
TIB - Tibet

B - Britain
BEN - Bengal
BOM - Bombay
CAL - Calcutta
DEL - Delhi
MAD - Madras
PUN - Punjab

J - Japan
HOK - Hokkaido
HON - Honshu
KIU - Kiushu
KYO - Kyoto
OSA - Osaka
TOK - Tokyo

R - Russia
AMU - Amur
IRK - Irkutsk
KIR - Kirghiz
MOS - Moscow
SIB - Siberia
TOB - Tobolsk
TOM - Tomsk
TUR - Turkestan
UKR - Ukraine
YAK - Yakutsk
 F - France
ANN - Annam
CAM - Cambodia
HAN - Hanoi
LAO - Laos
SAI - Saigon


H - Holland
BOR - Borneo
CEL - Celebes
JAV - Java
NEW - New Guinea
SUM - Sumatra

T - Turkey
ANA - Anatolia
ARA - Arabia
CON - Constantinople
EGY - Egypt
MES - Mesopotamia
SYR - Syria

Neutral Supply Centers
AFG - Afghanistan
ARM - Armenia
BEL - Beluchistan
BUR - Burma
FOR - Formosa
HK - Hong Kong
KOR - Korea
MAL - Malaya
MAN - Manchuria
PER - Persia
PHI - Philippines
SIA - Siam
 Neutrals
BRU - Brunei
EAS - East Africa


Seas

ASE - Arabian Sea
BAN - Banda Sea
BLA - Black Sea
BOB - Bay of Bengal
CAS - Caspian Sea
CSE - Celebes Sea
CIO - Central Indian Ocean
CPO - Central Pacific Ocean
ECS - East China Sea
EIO - East Indian Ocean
GOM - Gulf of Martaban
GOS - Gulf of Siam
JSE - Java Sea
MED - Mediterranean Sea
MIN - Mindoro Sea
NPO - North Pacific Ocean
PGU - Persian Gulf
PSE - Philippine Sea
RED - Red Sea
SCS - South China Sea
SOJ - Sea of Japan
SOO - Sea of Okhotsk
SUN - Sunda Sea
WIO - West Indian Ocean
YEL - Yellow Sea
 
 
   
 


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