The year is 1918, the Great War has almost reached its end. Bulgaria has signed an armistice with the Allies, officially quitting the war and revoking any support to the Central Powers. On October 4 of 1918 (the date of this conference), the German government, under Prince Maxmillian of Baden, has sued for peace and asked for collaboration with the United States after Woodrow Wilsons’s speech on the 14 Principles of Peace. Delegates are expected to negotiate and figure out the best course of action depending on their country’s stance on the Great War and their readiness for collaboration. For, in the end, either peace or war will prevail.