During the Napoleonic Wars, Britain's displeasure with continued Danish trade with the French would lead to increasingly aggressive skirmishes at sea.
Britain would grow increasingly concerned that Denmark's fall to the French was inevitable, leaving Britain with restricted access to the Baltic Sea, an unthinkable loss to the British military command.
Haile Selassie returned to his throne as Emperor of Ethiopia following Italy's defeat, and he would rule successfully for nearly 40 years before the arrival of a new threat.
I somehow could guess the first Would is for the habitually happened past actions, and the third is the future tense in the past. But I don't know how did I come to that conclusions... and furthermore the second Would is just over my head. Maybe it's the same with the first one? How on earth should I tell them apart? Is their any signal word to distinguish it?