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De EidgenossenschaftTimeline: Principia Moderni IV (Map Game)
OTL equivalent: Old Swiss Confederacy
Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno!" (Latin) "One for All, All For One!" (English)
|Capital||Bern (nominal\seat of the Tagsatzung and high court)|
|Largest City||Zürich (economic center and seat of the stock market)|
|Has endured thoughout history.|
|-||Federal Charter of 1291.||1291|
|-||Pact of Brunnen.||1315.|
|-||Pfaffenbrief of 1370.||1370.|
|-||Pact of Lucerne.||1400.|
|-||Pact of Sion.||1831.|
|-||The Confederacy becomes the Confederation, with Bern as the nominal capital.||1929.|
|-||The old local and national currencies are replaced by the Swiss Franc.||1931.|
|Currency||Swiss Frank (
Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation, is a small landlocked country in Western Europe. The Swiss Confederation (Eidgenossenisch: De Eidgenossenschaft) is a confederal state in Europe consisting of 21 autonomous cantons: Schaffhausen, Thurgau, St. Gallen, Appenzell, Graubünden, Zürich, Leventinen, Uri, Glarus, Schwyz, Zug, Luzern, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Basel, Solothurn, Wallis, Bern, Freiburg, Neuenburg, and Biel. Each canton is largely self-governing and primarily through elected councils. The cantons unite primarily to uphold shared freedoms, particularly in the face of foreign aggression. As of 1400, under the Pact of Lucerne, the cantons have shared a legislature, the Tagsatzung, which makes decisions on areas of national interest, such as: foreign policy, financial policy, armed forces, core railway lines, national public TV, national public radio, food safety laws and education.
Switzerland has a population of 4.5 million people, with about 100,000 being descended from refugees from other European countries who came in the mid 19th Century to early 20th Century.
The Alps are a mountain chain in the southern part of the country and the nation's greatest defective asset.
During the various European wars between about 1880 and 1925 neutral. Switzerland also remained one of the countries that was socially stable. It is the most economically stable nations in the world due to careful and cunning use of resources and finances.
Switzerland is probably one of the most peaceful countries in the world as it has not been in a major conflict since about 1831.
It developed from the Swiss Confederacy in the late 1920s.
Unified Swiss Language
In 1706, Swiss Linguist and Nationalist Hans Zuremburg set about creating a unified Swiss language to be used in Swiss schools and to eventually replace the common languages used in the region. His work was funded by the Tagastzung legislature. He was set to finish it by 1710 and did so.