United Commonwealth of Germany
Germany in brown, circa 1900.
Largest city Hamburg
Other cities Vienna, Venice, Augsburg, Munich, Oldenburg, Stettin, Berlin, Leipzig, Stuttgart
Official languages None official
Regional Languages German, Italian, Polish, Czech, French, Pomeranian, Danish, Spanish
Ethnic groups  Germans, Bavarians, Poles, Italians,
Demonym German
 -  Chancellor Felipe DiRegenati
 -  Vice-Chancellor Friedrich von Gustrow
Legislature German Diet
 -  Upper house House of Electors (Upper House) Senate (Middle House)
 -  Lower house Assembly (Lower House)
 -  1900 census 66 Million 

The United Commonwealth of Germany, commonly known as United Germany, or simply Germany, is a federal, dual-republic and constitutional monarchy in central Europe. The country is unique in that it is both a democratic republic and a monarchy, with both forms of government co-existing under one federalized nation. United Germany was formed in 1895 after the Treaty of Brunswick formally united Bavaria, Hamburg, and Oldenburg. A chancellor heads the national government, while a King of the Germans, an office synonymous with the Holy Roman Emperor, heads the monarchy. Marystadt serves as the national capital.

The country is composed of sixteen Commonwealths, and they are divided into Commonwealth States, Commonwealth Kingdoms, Commonwealth Duchies, and Commonwealth Lordships. States are headed by Governors, and these states include Bavaria, Austria, Venezia, Bremen, Pomerania, Saxony, Swabia, and Brandenburg. Kingdoms are headed by a monarch, and this monarch is usually the King of the Germans, and it is this person who usually has a Prime Minister govern their realms. These kingdoms include Hamburg-Mecklenburg, Hanover, Rhineland, Westphalia, Prussia, and Kuba. Commonwealth Duchies, of which only one exists, are headed by a Duke or Duchess. These duchies include Oldenburg. Commonwealth Lordships, of which also only one exists, are headed by a Lord or Lady. These lordships include Neu Norderney.

Furthermore, there exists a leader for Commonwealth blocs as well. Since 1896, a Governor-General heads all Commonwealth states, while the King of the Germans serves each Kingdom.



King of the Germans



  • Germaine Burnhausen (1897 - 1901)(Centrist)
  • Mikael Amherst-Verner (1901 - 1902)(Liberal)
  • Vacant (1902)
  • Friedrich von Güstrow (1902 - )(Centrist)



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