British Concession Table - 59.65

Priority

Concession (value)

1

Lebanon/Syria, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Albania (one each)

2

British minor allies, associated minor countries or conquests (neutrality: one for every five minor BRPs; Axis control: two for every five minor BRPs)

3

Malta, Palestine, Transjordan (one each)

4

Egypt, Iraq, (two each); Gibraltar (three)

5

Ulster (two: becomes part of Ireland); Ireland (two); Scapa Flow (three)

6

Scotland (four: hex rows C to F)

7

Central England, including Birmingham and Manchester (five: hex rows G to J)

8

Southern England, including London (six: hex rows K and L)

 

Indemnity, to a maximum of 30 BRPs. (One for each 10 BRPs)

Explanation: The British Concession Table sets out the value of territorial and economic concessions that may be demanded by Germany if Britain surrenders. The same values are used if Germany returns British territory which is under Axis control at the time of surrender.

For concession purposes, Cyprus is considered to be part of Palestine and Kuwait is considered to be part of Iraq.

All priority 1 territories must be conceded or under Axis control before any priority 2 territories are taken; all priority 2 territories must be conceded or under Axis control before any priority 3 territories are taken; and so on. An indemnity of 10, 20 or 30 BRPs may be imposed without restriction.