Old Earth Union

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(-1110 to 588): Old Earth Union. The Old Earth Union was an interstellar government from -1110 to 588.

Goals[edit]

No information yet available.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Union was formed in -1110 out of the Terran Mercantile Community as a response to worsening economic conditions. Difficulties arose however, a short, vicious tradewar with the newly formed Dingir League from -1106 to -1098 put a severe strain on both sides -- the Union proved strong enough to defend itself from any seroius threat during the rest of the Long Night, and in 588 it was peacefully incorporated into the Imperium.

The Old Earth Union was succeeded by the Solomani Confederation.

Government & Politics (Leadership)[edit]

No information yet available.

Political Factions[edit]

No information yet available.

Technology & Trade (Economy)[edit]

No information yet available.

Military & Intelligence (Force Projection)[edit]

In addition to the core worlds of the Union, fleet bases were also maintained at Agidda, Markhashi, and Meshan -- all within jump-3 of Terra -- but these systems were not considered part of the Union proper.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

It was comprised of Terra and the worlds closest to her: Barnard, Calgary, Dismal, Ember, Fenris, Forlorn, Hades, Hephaistos, Inferno, Junction, Loki, Midway, Peraspera, Prometheus, Sirius, and Ys.

Agidda was a balkanized world and thus unable to send representatives to the Union Council, and both Markhashi and Mendam had been abandoned during the recession that followed the fall of the Rim Province in -1690.

World Listing: (-1098)[edit]

19 of 19 World articles in Old Earth Union
Barnard  •  Calgary (SR 2031)  •  Dismal (SR 2330)  •  Ember (SR 2227)  •  Fenris  •  Forlorn (SR 2132)  •  Hades  •  Hephaistos  •  Inferno  •  Junction (SR 1929)  •  Loki (SR 2228)  •  Luna  •  Mars  •  Midway  •  Peraspera  •  Prometheus  •  Sirius  •  Terra (SR 1827)  •  Ys  •  
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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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