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Imperio Mexicano
Empire of Mexico
OTL equivalent: Mexico in 1841
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Imperial Coat of Arms
Location of México
Mexico in green and gray.

Religión, Independencia, Unión (Spanish for)
("Religion, Independence, Union")

Anthem "Himno Nacional Mexicano
National Mexican Anthem"
Capital Ciudad de México
Largest city Ciudad de México
Other cities Los Ángeles, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Salt Lake City
Spanish, Nahuatl
  others 61 indigenous languages
Roman Catholicism
  others Protestantism, indigenous religions
Ethnic Groups
  others Nahua, Californian
Demonym Mexican
Government Constitutional Monarchy
Emperor Maximiliano III
  Dynasty: Götzen-Iturbide
President Felipe Calderón
Area area 
Population 185,000,000 
Established 1821
Independence from Spanish Empire
  declared 1819
  recognized 1821
Currency Mexican Peso
Time Zone -7 to -5
Calling Code +52
Internet TLD .mx
Organizations UN

Mexico (Spanish:México) or the First Empire of Mexico is a large Constitutional monarchy nation located in Southern North America and in Middle America. Formed after the Mexican War of Independence, Mexico became a beacon of opportunity, due to Spain's strict anti-Foreign policy in its colonies during the First and Second Napoleonic wars. Although it remained a monarchy just as its former rulers were, Mexico still valued independent rights such as freedom of speech and freedom of press (the media is actually government regulated and influenced). Mexico remains a large exporter due to products such as oil in Cheroqui or the vast fish supply in Pacifica, many of these have turned it into a economic superpower despite the recent depression that hit the world in 2007 and 2008 - not to mention the Tokyo Storm (The event is live)




French and Spanish Exploration and Colonization

Establishment of New Spain

Napoleonic Wars and Revolution

Independence and Administration

Mexico-America Border Wars

"New Change, Old Peace"

Mexico-Gran Columbia War

First European Global War

The Middle Twenties

Tensions on the Border

Second European Global War

Aftermath of the War

Age of Fear/Dead War

Start of the New Age

The Drug Wars


Foreign Policy and Border


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