The Republica Unida de las Comunidades de Castilla, Leon, Asturias y Cantabria - shortly called Republica Unida de Castilla y Leon or colloquially Republica Comunera - was formed a few years ago as the union of several Juntas of the northwest of former Spain. At west it borders on the Republica de Galicia, at north it borders on the Republica de Asturias and and has a small outlet to the sea. In the south and the east the borders are not clear, the boundary is confused with other actors (warlords, small communities, etc..)
The Republic is the more recent of the successor states in Spanish mainland. It was formed in 2001 when the Junta of Leon joined with other smaller Juntas of Northwest to form a confederal State with its capital in Leon.
The victory of the Junta of Leon against Galicia in the Second Bierzo´s War placed it ahead of other boards of the Northwest of the Peninsula. Six comunities joined in 2001 to Leonese Junta and formed the Republica Unida de Castilla y Leon.To avoid the dominance of the Board of Leon in the United Republic, other governments imposed the division of this Board in six autonomous governments.To avoid the dominance of the Board of Leon in the United Republic, other governments imposed the division of this Board in six autonomous governments.
History of the Junta of Leon
Among the units that refused orders to evacuate the Peninsula in 85 were the rocket launcher Artillery Regiment Number 62, stationed in the garrison of Astorga and Leon military airfield instead of leaving their garrisons decided to serve the Civilian Junta of Leon that in 1985 took again the power in the province, in union with the militias, former policemen and civil guards and other recruits formed the embryo of the army of the Junta of Leon who successfully maintain control of much of the former province, but could not prevent certain mountainous areas outside the control of the Board as Liebana, Somiedo and El Bierzo where an independent republic was declared.
History of the Junta of Torrelavega
Cantabria and East Asturias
The nuclear explosion in Bilbao directly destroyed nearly half of the former province of Cantabria and caused massive displacement of surviving people to Asturias.