Philippine Empire (Alternity)

Philippine Empire
Ang Imperyong Pilipino
Kerajaan Filipina

Timeline: Alternity

OTL equivalent: Philippines, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Northern Borneo, Northern Sulawesi, New Guinea, Taiwan
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Flag Coat of Arms
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Location of the Philippine Empire

Location of the Philippine Empire
Para sa Diyos,sa Tao at sa Bansa
("For God our People and Country")
Anthem "The People’s Pride"
Capital Manila
Largest city Hanoi
Other cities Davao, Saval City, Vientiane, Ho Chi Minh, Taipei, Phnom Penh
Language Filipino, English
  others Muslim
Demonym Philippine, Filipino
Government Absolute monarchy led by Emperor Duterte
  legislature Senate
Population 289,765,000 (4th largest) 
Established May 20, 1899 (Naval Coup)
Independence from Spain
  declared May 20, 1899
  recognized June 12, 1903
(Treaty of Havana)
Currency Philippine peso
Time Zone UTC+7, UTC+8, UTC+9
Calling Code 231
Internet TLD .ph
Organizations United Nations
G30 (partner nation)
Asia-Pacific Alliance

The Philippine Empire (Filipino: Ang Imperyong Filipino; Indonesian: Kerajaan Filipina; Russian: Филиппинская империя/Filippinskaya Imperiya) is an imperial monarchy in Southeast Asia that has existed since the Philippine Revolution begun by Nísqua Saval on May 20, 1899, and is considered one of only three true modern examples of an empire, imperial government and military structure (the others being Qing China and Brazil). It governs territory from New Guinea and Borneo to Formosa, and the Provinces of North and South Indochina, which it has ruled over since defeating the United States, China, and their allies in the Second Indochina War. The empire shares borders with Indonesia to the south, Siam and Burma to the west, Australian Papua New Guinea to the east, and China to the north-northwest, as well as maritime borders with Malaysia, Singapore, and West Australia.

The current emperor is Komay Saval, who has ruled since 1993, when his father, Jérazo Saval, stepped down on charges of assaulting the wife of War Minister Renato Villa. With over 244 million living within its boundaries as of mid-1997, the Empire contains the fifth-largest population in the world after India, China, the United States, and Coastal Africa. Since the Treaty of Singapore in June 1979, the Empire has established slow trade and economic relations with the outside world, attempting to attract an influx of stability and mitigate hostility, especially from the United States, China and Korea, all of whom have suffered great loss at the hands of Imperial troops in the past forty years.


Saval Coup and Revolution (1899-1903)

Main Article: Philippine Revolution (1899-1903)

World War II and the Tokyo Pact (1938-1945)

Main Article(s): World War II (1938-1945) and Tokyo Pact (1941)

Korean War (1950-1952)

Main Article: Korean War (1950-1952)

Second Indochina War (1955-1970)

Main Article: Second Indochina War (1955-1970)

Manila Pact Established (1958)

Main Article: Manila Pact (1958)

Escalating Tensions (1958-1972)

Main Article(s): Sinking of the USS Guam (1962) and Philippine Sea War (1962-1963)

Indonesia and The Final Expansion (1972-1979)

Main Article: Indonesian War (1972-1979)

"Great Reform" Era Begins (1979)

Main Article: Treaty of Singapore (1979)

Modern Times (1988-Present)

Main Article:


Main Article: Armed Forces of the Philippine Empire

Nuclear arsenal

Main Article: Nuclear weapons

International relations



Main Article: Subdivisions of the Philippine Empire

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A map of the current subdivisions of the Philippine Empire.


The government of the Philippine Empire is controlled at large by commands of the emperor, but is otherwise divided into the Ministries of State, War, the Navy, Finance, and Air Forces, each headed by a Minister.

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