JCC - Crimean Wars
Joint crisis committees, being the crown jewel of every conference, allow delegates to step foot into the minds of influential characters and rewrite the history through strategic plans organized by vigorous debates and appropriate directive submission interferences. Delegates will be acting as the ruling class of their assigned nations and will aim to direct the history in their favor.
It’s our upmost pleasure to announce our JCC: Crimean War
(October 1853–February 1856), a war fought mainly on the Crimean Peninsula between the Russians and the British, French, Ottoman, with the support from January 1855 by the army of Sardinia-Piedmont. The war arose from the conflict between the great powers in the Middle East and was more directly caused by Russian demanding to implement protection over the Orthodox people from the Ottoman sultan. Another major factor was the dispute between Russia and France over the privileges of the Russian Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches in the holy areas in Palestine.