Kingdom of Poland
Królestwo Polskie
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OTL equivalent: Poland
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Poland
Location of Poland
(and largest city)
Other cities Krakow, Lublin, Poznań, Toruń
Language Polish
Religion Islam
Government Constitutional monarchy
  legislature Sejm
King Stanisław IV
Prime Minister Grzegorz Schetyna
Area 220,679 km²
Population 32,485,779 
Established 1025
Independence from Lithuania
  declared 1965

The Kingdom of Poland (Polish: Królestwo Polskie) is a sovereign state in central Europe, bordering Prussia, Lithuania, Hungary, Bohemia and Brandenburg.

Poland was for many years a key member of the Lithuanian-Polish-Russian Commonwealth, until that union's dissolution in 1922. During the mid-20th century National Socialist sentiment caused it to resume its close ties with Lithuania, creating the Union of National Socialist Republics which was a major belligerent in the Third World War . After the war ended, Poland was occupied for a time by the victorious Allies, but its sovereignty was restored in 1968 and it became a member of the Council of the Oecumene.

The Polish people voted in a 1985 referendum to restore the monarchy, electing Stanisław Piastewicz as king. Since then he has tried hard to restore democracy in the region and repair Poland's relations with its neighbours.

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