Kingdom of Swabia-Württemberg
Königreich Schwaben-Württemberg
Timeline: 1983: Doomsday

OTL equivalent: Southeastern Baden-Württemberg, parts of Western Bavaria
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms for the house of Württemberg
Location of Swabia-Württemberg
Controlled territory of Swabia-Württemberg, with the capital labeled.
Capital Ravensburg
Largest city Ulm
Other cities Friedrichshafen, Biberach, Mengen, Sigmaringen, Villingen, Albstadt, Neu-Ulm, Memmingen, Kempten, Lindau
Language German (Swabian dialect)
Government Constitutional Monarchy
King Friedrich II
  Royal house: Württemberg
Chancellor Hermann Vogler
Population est 900,000 
Independence Jan 1, 2000
Currency Württemberg Gulden

The Kingdom of Swabia-Württemberg (Königreich Schwaben-Württemberg) is a survivor nation in the south-west of the former Federal Republic of Germany. It is regarded to be the successor to both the Kingdom of Württemberg and the medieval Duchy of Swabia.



The northern and western parts of the Bundesland of Baden-Württemberg were heavily attacked on Doomsday, due largely to the presence of NATO military installations. Targets included

  • Stuttgart
  • Heidelberg
  • Mannheim
  • Heilbronn
  • Göppingen
  • Freiburg

The southeast portion of the state was spared nuclear attack. It also received limited protection from fallout due to the Swabian Alb mountain region.

In the following months, cities and towns near the West German-Swiss border faced a wave of refugees fleeing the devastation. Although some passed by on the way to Switzerland, many stayed. In most of these communities, the situation became untenable at best as supplies diminished and cases of radiation sickness and other diseases increased. Things went from bad to worse in 1985 as the Swiss closed their borders and began to send back some of the refugees.

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The Return of the Württembergs

The foundations were laid for Swabia-Wurttemburg in 1999 but no one could decide on a figurehead. In October it was decided that the Wurttembergs should be declared the ruling family, this led to the coronation of Friedrick of Württemberg.


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The Restoration

On midnight of January 1, 2000, in the Ravensburg Cathedral, Duke Friedrick of Württemberg was anointed King Friedrick II of the Kingdom of Swabia-Württemberg.

The Augsburg Incident

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As of January 1, 2010, the Kingdom's de facto borders are the eastern edge of the Black Forest, the Neckar River, the Lech River and the border with the Alpine Confederation. The Kingdom also claims the remainder of the former state of Baden-Württemberg.

The Kingdom is divided into several Provinces (Provinzen). They are listed as:

  • Provinz Württemberg (Capital at Friedrichschafen)
  • Provinz Schwaben (Capital at Kempten)
  • Provinz Danube-Iller (Capital at Ulm)
  • Provinz Hohenzollern (Capital at Sigmaringen)
  • Provinz Ost-Baden (Capital at Villingen)
  • Provinz Ravensburg (Capital province)

Each province has its own legislature and is represented by a Governor, who is (except for Ravensburg) nominated by King Friedrick and approved by the provincial legislature. King Friedrick himself acts as Governor of Ravensburg.


The Basic Law (Grundgesetz) for the Kingdom of Swabia-Württemberg is, with the exception of an unelected monarch serving as head of state, an almost word-for-word copy of the constitution of the former Federal Republic of Germany.


The Kingdom has a bicameral legislature to pass legislation and budgets.. The Volksversammlung (People's Assembly) is directly elected mainly through proportional representation. The Rat der Provinzen (Provincial Council) is chosen by the legislatures of the provinces. The Volksversammlung elects a Kanzler (Chancellor) to lead the executive branch, and can remove the Kanzler through a no-confidence vote. The legislature has the sole power to declare war against another power.


King Friedrich II

King Friedrich II is the head of state of the Kingdom. His position is mainly ceremonial. His responsibilities include:

  • Representing the Kingdom in domestic and international affairs
  • Formally dissolve the legislature and call for elections after a no-confidence vote in the Kanzler.
  • Sign bills into law
  • Appointing ambassadors and other officials.


Chancellor Hermann Vogler

The executive branch is led by the Chancellor (Kanzler) who is elected by the Volksversammlung. The Kanzler serves a five-year term, unless he dies, resigns, or is removed from office by a no-confidence vote. The incumbant Kanzler is Hermann Vogler (CDU), former Oberbürgermeister of Ravensburg. Below the Kanzler and the Ministers who serve at the Kanzler's pleasure. The Ministires include:

  • Interior Ministry
  • Foreign Ministry
  • Defense Ministry
  • Finance Ministry
  • Health Ministry
  • Education Ministry
  • Information Ministry

Each Minister has freedom of action to carry out his/her responsibilities, but the Kanzler can issue general guidelines.


There are two types of courts in the Kingdom:

  • Constitutional Court (Verfassungsgericht) hears cases involving the Basic Law. It has the authority to declare invalid any decision by the legislature or a member of the executive branch (including the King) if they determine it to be in violation of the Basic Law. The Verfassungsgericht consists of a burgermeister (judge) and seven jurists, each at least 35 years of age. Each member serves a term of ten years.
  • The regular courts handle all other cases.


The majority of the economy is based on agriculture.

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International Relations

The Kingdom of Swabia-Württemberg has relations with most known survivor states in Europe, including the Alpine Confederation, North Germany, Prussia, and the Nordic Union. It is currently involved in a territorial dispute with Bavaria concerning the city of Augsburg, which both nations claim. It has begun the process of membership with the League of Nations, but membership has been put on hold until the territorial dispute with Bavaria is settled.

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