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2005

2001 DukeDevon/Sandbox/4 2011
British General Election, 200?
628 Seats for Election
302 Needed for a Majority
Turnout 66.2% (4.1)
First party Second party Third party
Chris Huhne.jpg Michael Portillo by Regents College cropped.jpg Clare Short.jpg
Leader Chris Huhne Michael Portillo Clare Short
Party NDP National DSLP
Leader's seat South East England (List) London (List) Birmingham North
Seats before 279 10 50
Seats won 213 113 82
Seat change 66 103 32
Percentage 43.5
3.6 p.p.
30.1
2.4 p.p.
13.4%
2020 Scottish Parliament (GH).jpg
Prime Minister before election
Chris Huhne
NDP-Greens
Elected Prime Minister
Chris Huhne
NDP-Greens

The 2006 British general election was held in May 2006 and resulted in a third consecutive win for the New Democratic Party (NDP), now led by Chris Huhne. The NDP saw gains from the DSLP and Greens, resulting in a favourable swing of 3.6%. As a result of the election, the coalition agreement between the NDP and the Green Party was maintained, establishing the Second Huhne Ministry.

The NDP under Huhne had shifted to the left, resulting in a campaign based on more public spending, more controls on big business, and a greater environmental focus. ==Results

355 198 62 198 62 31 31
NDP National DSLP Greens UKIP BNP O
  • NDP - 43.5
  • National - 30.1
  • DSLP - 13.4
  • Greens - 6.5
  • UKIP: 4.3
  • BNP: 1.6
  • SNP: 1.5
  • Plaid: 0.6

Senate

38,244,222 Reg. 17,209,899 (45% Turnout) D’hondt method:

  • National: 25.7% - 4422944 - 26 - Natalie Evans
  • NDP: 23.8% - 4095955 - 25 - Richard Newby
  • DSLP: 21.9% - 3768967 - 23 - Ronnie Campbell
  • Greens: 14.2% - 2443805 - 14 - Jenny Jones
  • BIP: 12.8% - 2202867 - 13 - Roger Knapman
  • Regionalists: 1.4% - 240938 - 0

3 May 2020

2016 DukeDevon/Sandbox/4 Next
Scottish General Election, 2020
129 Seats for Election
65 Seats needed for majority
3 May, 2020
Turnout 65.2% (8.1)
First party Second party Third party
Nicola Sturgeon.jpg Ruth Davidson.png Patrick Harvie.png
Leader Nicola Sturgeon Ruth Davidson Patrick Harvie
Party Scottish National Party Democratic Party Scottish Greens
Seats before 74 42 5
Seats won
62 / 129
49 / 129
11 / 129
Seat change 12 7 6
Fourth party
Colin Fox.jpeg
Leader Colin Fox
Party Left Alliance


Seats won
7 / 129
Seat change 7
2020 Scottish Parliament (GH).jpg
First Minister before election
Nicola Sturgeon
SNP
Elected First Minister
Nicola Sturgeon
SNP/Greens Coalition

GE

40,821,000 (Based on the 1911 Census, excluding Ireland) = 567 Seats

  • Labour: 279
  • Liberal: 187
  • Agriculturalist: 36
  • Conserative: 26
  • Independents: 19
  • Co-Op Party: 10 Seats
  • NDFSS: 10 Seats

1923

  • Labour Party 38.4% - Ramsay MacDonald
  • British People’s Party 23.4% - Henry Hamilton Beamish
  • Liberal Party 19.4% - David Lloyd George
  • Conserative Party 8.5% - George Tyron
  • CPGB: 4.1%. - Alfred Inkpin
  • Co-Op Party: 2.6% - Alfred Barnes
  • Other 3.6%

1928

  • Labour: 35.5%
  • Centre: 27.7%
  • People’s: 15.1%
  • CPGB: 7.8%
  • Agriculturalist: 3.5%
  • 43,600,000

1932

  • National United Party: 34.1 - Churchill - 225
  • New Party: 27.1% - Mosley - 190
  • Liberals: 16.1 - Lloyd George - 113
  • CPGB: 9.6% - Harry Pollitt - 67
  • Labour: 6.1% - Ramsay MacDonald - 42
  • British Fascists: 5% - Rotha Lintorn-Orman - 35
  • Scottish National: 0.3% - 2

Second Version:

  • Centre: 54.5% - Churchill
  • Labour: 20.5% - MacDonald
  • People’s: 13.4% -
  • CPGB: 11.1%

98% 1946

GE 2019

513 PR Seats, and 295 Constituencies Seats (808 Complete)

    • 38,244,222 Registered, 28,270,411 (75.1) Turnout.
  • National: 10,274,452 - 36.3% - 191 PR Seats, 134 Constituencies - 325 Seats
  • Progressive: 7,562,254 - 26.7%% - 141 PR Seats, 104 Constituencies - 245 Seats
  • Momentum: 5,247,721 - 16.3% - 86 PR Seats, 19 Constituencies - 105 Seats
  • Greens: 3,170,201 - 11.2% - 58 PR Seats, 15 Constituencies - 73 seats
  • Free Democratic: 1,807,900 - 6.3% - 33 PR Seats, 20 Constituencies - 53 Seats
  • Plaid Cymru: 192,425 - 0.6% - 3 PR Seats, 3 Constituencies - 6 Seats
  • Regionalist Coaliton: 102,345 - 0.3% - 2 PR Seats

2017

2012 DukeDevon/Sandbox/4 Next
British General Election, 2019
808 Seats for Election
405 Seats needed for majority
2 May, 2017
Turnout 28,270,411 (75.1%)
First party Second party Third party
Andy Burnham.jpg Border Molly Scott Cato.jpeg
Leader Andy Burnham David Cameron Molly Scott Cato
Party Progressive National Green Party
Leader since 5 July 2015 2008 3 June 2014
Seats won 265 191 116
Seat change
Popular vote ' 7,562,254
Percentage 32.3 percent
6.8 p.p.
23.7 Percent
9.7 p.p.
14.3 percent
9.2 p.p.
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Nigel Farage (45718080574) (cropped).jpg Jeremy Corbyn 2016a (cropped).jpg Nick Clegg by the 2009 budget cropped.jpg
Leader Nigel Farage Jeremy Corbyn Nick Clegg
Party Forward Britain Momentum Free Democratic
Leader since 2 February, 2015
Seats before 6
Seats won 99 75 19
Seat change
Popular vote 3,170,201 1,807,900
Percentage 12.2 percent 9.3 percent
6.2 p.p.
2.4 percent
13.4 p.p.
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Prime Minister before election
David Cameron
National/FDP Coalition
Elected Prime Minister
Andy Burnham
Progressive/Green Coalition

The 2017 British general election was held on Saturday, 2 May 2017 to elect the 808 members of the House of Commons, as well as a third of the 101 members of the Senate. The Elections were also the first to be held after the independence of Scotland - as a result, 115 Commons Seats were reduced.

  • Plaid - 0.6%
  • Regionalist - 0.2% = 2 PR Seats
  • National Health Action = 1 PR Seat
  • Speaker - John Bercow - 1 Seat
  • Claire Wright (IND) - 1 Seat (East Devon)

NDP: 27.1% - Clegg National: 23.4% - Cameron Britain First: 15.6% - Farage Progressive: 15.5% - Cooper Momentum: 10.2% - Corbyn Greens: 7.2% - Scott Cato

42.6 + 7.2% = 49.8%

2012

923 Seats / 462 Needed
  • National: 33.1%
  • Progressive: 23.7%
  • Momentum: 15.5%
  • FDP: 15.4%
  • Greens: 5.1%
  • SNP: 3.1%
  • English Democrats 1.0%
  • Plaid: 0.6%

1927

Reichstag 1927 (GH).jpg

523 Seats 262 Needed for a Majority

  • SPD 35.6% - 186 seats
  • DNVP 17.3% - 90 Seats
  • Centre 12.6% - 66 Seats
  • NLP 11.7% - 61 Seats
  • LB 7.5% - Erwin Baum - 39 seats
  • FVP 7.1% - 37 Seats
  • BVP 2.1% - 11 Seats
  • Minorities 5% - 26 Seats
  • Other 1.1% - 6 Seats

1932

648 Seats 325 Majority

  • SPD 37.6% - Otto Wels - 244 Seats
  • DNVP 16.9% - Erich Ludendorff - 110 Seats
  • Zentrum 15.8% - Adam Stegerweld - 102 Seats
  • RDP 13.1% - Ludwig Quipp - 88 Seats
  • NLP 10.1% - Carl Friedrich Goerdeler - 65 Seats
  • BVP 2.3% - Heinrich Held - 15 Seats
  • Minority 4.2% - 27 Seats

1936

750 Seats

  • SPD 37.1% - 278
  • DNVP 23.8% - 179
  • Centre 15.1% - 113
  • FVP 8.6% - 64
  • DVF 6.3% - 47
  • SDVP 1.9% - 14 Seats
  • BVP 1.8% - 14 Seats
  • Other 5.4% - 41 Seats
1932 DukeDevon/Sandbox/4 1940
German Federal Election, 1936
750 Seats, 376 Needed for a Majority
8 September 1936
First party Second party Third party
Otto Wels.jpg Kuno von Westarp.jpg Bundesarchiv Bild 183-S00017, Franz von Papen crop.jpg
Leader Otto Wels Kuno von Westarp Franz von Papen
Party SPD DNVP Zentrum
Leader since 1925 1933 1934
Seats before 110 - 45
Seats won 278 179 113
Seat change 21 114 29
Percentage 37.1% 23.8% 15.1%
Swing 0.2% 4.8% 1%
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Anton Erkelenz.jpg Alfred Hugenberg.jpg Konrad Henlein.jpg
Leader Anton Erkelenz Alfred Hugenburg Konrad Henlein
Party Radical Democratic DVF SDVP
Leader since 1933 1933 1931
Seats before - - -
Seats won 64 47 13
Seat change 44 1
Percentage 8.6% 6.3% 1.9%
Swing 2.4% -
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Chancellor before election
Heinrich Schnee
NLP
Elected Chancellor
Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck
DNVP

Federal elections were held in Germany on 8 September 1936. The Election saw a victory for the national conservative coalition made up of the DNVP and Zentrum.

Nations

  • Carniola thing.png Carniola, Principality of. Carniola is ruled by Prince Amedeo of Savoy, who is also simultaneously Duke of Aosta. Though Carniola houses a parliament, more influence is given to the Italian Viceroy __, as a consequence of the Treaty of Rome (1920), which officially broke apart Austria-Hungary and made Carniola a protectorate of Italy.

Third Internationale

  • Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria, Socialist Republic of. Bulgaria is a semi-socialist State in Southern Europe. Modelled on the German System, Bulgaria is ruled by the Natsionalen kongres na khorata (People’s National Congress). The NKK is factionised between the Agrarians, the Communists and the National Populists and is currently led by chairman Aleksandar Stamboliyski of the Agrarians.
  • Flag of East Germany.svg Germany, Free Socialist Republic of. The FSR of Germany is a socialist state run by the Volkskongress - a house of 100 deputies who are indirectly-elected. The Head of State and Government is Chairman Karl Liebknecht of the Kommumist Party.

Trouble in the Suez..🎵We didn’t start the fire🎵

Suez Conflict
Part of the Cold War
Suez Crisis Sherman.jpg
Wrecked Egyptian tanks during the assault on the canal.
Date March 3, 1958 – November 17, 1958
(8 months and 2 weeks)
Location Egypt and Sinai
Result Egyptian victory;
  • German acceptance of the Egyptian Occupation of the Canal.
  • Eventual fall of the Italian and German Colonial Empires in the decade after the conflict.
  • German-NATO relations sour.
Belligerents
Flag of the Egyptian Revolution (1952).svg Kingdom of Egypt
Flag-of-the-FR-Syria-TMTC.png Kingdom of Arabia
Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg United States
Dominion of Canada Flag.png Canada
(BL)EastGermany.svg German Empire
Border Italian Social Republic
Flag of France.svg South France
Commanders and leaders
Flag of the Egyptian Revolution (1952).svg Gamal Abdel Nasser
Flag of the Egyptian Revolution (1952).svg Abdel Hakim Amer
Flag-of-the-FR-Syria-TMTC.png Fawzi al-Qawuqji
Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg Douglas MacArthur
(BL)EastGermany.svg Otto C.A. von Bismarck
(BL)EastGermany.svg Walter Warlimont
Flag of Fascist Italy (fictional).svg Italo Balbo
Border Charles de Gaulle
Strength
Flag of the Egyptian Revolution (1952).svg 300,000
Flag-of-the-FR-Syria-TMTC.png 10,000
Flag of the United States (1912-1959).svg 1,000
Total: 310,500
(BL)EastGermany.svg 50,000
Border 30,000
Flag of Philippe Pétain, Chief of State of Vichy France.svg 1,000
Total: 81,000

The Suez Crisis, also called the tripartite aggression (Arabic: العدوان الثلاثي‎) in the Arab world, was an invasion of Egypt in early 1958 by Germany and Italy, followed by France. The aims were to regain Western control of the Suez Canal and to remove Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser, who had just nationalised the canal.

The War signalled a new stage in German-Western relations, signalling the start of the Cold War.

Germany invaded the Sinai through the city of Arish.

Kingdom of Hungary

Potential Kings:

  • Prehaps the most obvious; Miklós Horthy (1868-1957). Horthy was the Regent of Hungary in OTL, gained almost regal powers and was considered a war hero. He was also associated with Gombos and would likely be parliaments choice. Was however a member of the lower nobility - which could be a problem with the Magnates and Nobility. Aged 65 in 1933.
  • Prince Paul Esterházy (1901-1989). Prince Paul belonged to the House of Esterházy, one of the most highest and prominent noble families. Whereas many of the other families are either German, Czech, Polish or Croatian, Prince Paul would also be a good candidate for a true Hungarian Monarch. A potential royal palace could be Eszterháza - known as the “Hungarian Versailles”. Aged 32 in 1933.

Viktor Kress

Viktor Kress

Border 3rd President of Crimea Border
Assumed office
17 February 2011
Preceded byMustafa Dzhemilev
Personal details
Born Viktor Friedrich Kress
16 November 1947 (Aged 73)
Kiev, Ukraine Border
Nationality Crimean
Political party Liberal Democratic Party (2001-Present)
Conservative People’s Party (1991-2001)
Military service
Allegiance Flag of Crimea.svg Crimea

Viktor Friedrich Kress (Born 16 November 1947, Aged 73) is a Crimean politician who is the current and third President of Crimea since 17 February 2011.

Born to ethnically German parents in Kiev, Ukraine in 1948, the young Kress moved to the Crimean Pensinsula in 1964, as part of the German resettlement program. Kress graduated from the Sachsenstadt Agricultural Institute in 1971 as an agricultural economist and worked as an agronomist in Northern Crimea.

Initially a member of the Conservative People’s Party (KVP) after the Crimean Revolution, Kress joined the State Council for the first time in 1991. Kress crossed the floor in 2001 to join the liberal conservative Liberal Democratic Party, and continued to serve in the 3rd, 4th and 5th parliaments, before running for the office of president in 2011. Kress won 43.7% of the popular vote in the first round, and 56.9% in the second round.

Kress’ tenure has been marked by improving relations with Europe and Russia, as well as the first economic increase since the 1980s. Kress won re-election in 2016, winning against

Crimean 2

Protectorate of Crimea
Reichsprotektorat Krim (German)
Puppet State of the German Empire

1963–1990
Flag Coat of arms
Capital Louis-Ferdinandstadt
Official language German, Crimean Tatar
Religion No State Religion
Government Republic
Legislature National Council
Historical era Cold War
 - Himmler Decree 1963
 - Established 2 July 1963
 - Disestablished 11 January 1990
 - Crimean Revolution 1990
Currency Krimmark

After Heinrich Himmler gained power in Germany in 1962, the administration of Crimea became centralised with the German officials. Himmler envisioned Crimea as the masterpiece of Germany’s colonisation of Eastern Europe - the Russian and the Ukrainian population of Crimea was forcibly moved out of their homes and were expelled northward into Ukraine. Prominent Crimean settlements were renamed - Sevastopol into Sachsenstadt and Yalta into Gothenburg. As popularised by films such as ”Ich habe dich auf der Krim getroffen” (I Met you in Crimea; starring Karlheinz Böhm and Romy Schneider, 1966), Southern Crimea became characterised as a elegant, romantic location in German Culture. As part of Himmler’s interior reforms, the unemployed were offered work in Crimea, and businesses and investments flourished in the cities of Sachsenstadt and Gothenburg. In 1940, the Crimean German population numbered roughly 40,000. By 1970, there were 200,000 living in the peninsula, the largest density in Eastern Europe.

==List of Reichskommissars

Demographics

  • 2014 ~954,000
    • Tatars: 543,776 (57%)
    • Germans: 219,422 (23%)
    • Russians: 143,101 (15%)
    • Ukrainians: 19,081 (2%)
    • Others: 28,620 (3%)

List of Presidents

President Party Vice President Term Notes
37 Governor Ronald Reagan Press Photo.png Ronald Reagan
(1852–1928)
Republican Howard Baker 20 January 1973
-
20 January 1981
38 RFK35.jpg Robert F. Kennedy
(1925–2004)
Democratic Lloyd Bentson 20 January 1981
-
20 January 1989
An icon of American Liberalism, Kennedy passed various progressive social laws, expanded healthcare, and supported more state intervention into the economy. Kennedy’s tenure is often seen as critical realigning period in the American political landscape - after the 1980, 1984, 1988 Democratic victories, the Republican Party firmly shifted towards one-nation conservatism, mixing elements of social liberalism with economic conservatism.
39 Lloyd Bentsen Senate.jpeg Lloyd Bentson
(1921–2006)
Democratic Bill Bradley 20 January 1989
-
20 January 199?

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Prime Minister of the United Provinces of America
800px-Allen West, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg
Incumbent
Edward J. Jackson

since September 2015
Government of the United Provinces of America: Office of the Prime Minister
Style The Right Honourable
Member of Cabinet • Privy Council
Reports to Parliament
Residence Avalon House
Appointer Monarch of the United Kingdom by convention, based on appointee's ability to command confidence in the House of Commons.
Term length At His Majesty's pleasure
Inaugural holder John Lincoln as de facto first Prime Minister
Formation 14 April 1865
Salary $150,000 AMD (annual, including $75,000 MP's salary)
Website www.PM.gov.up

The Prime Minister of the United Provinces of America is the Head of Her Majesty's Government in the United Provinces of America. The Prime Minister (PM) and the Cabinet is are collectibely accountable for their actions to the Monarch, parliament, their party and, indirectly, the electorate.

The present Prime Minister is Jacob E. Edwards, leader of the Liberal, who was appointed in 2015.

The office of Prime Minister was created in 1865 to handle the cabinet and appoint its members. The Prime Minister is appointed by the Queen and confirmed by the House of Representatives. Of the 17 Prime Ministers, 9 have been Liberal, with 7 being Conservative.

==List of Prime Ministers

# Portrait Name Party Term Began Term Ended
1 John DeWitt Clinton Atkins - Brady-Handy.jpg John Lincoln Independent 14 April 1865 7 August 1877
2 AlexanderIIemperor.jpg Alexander G. Lee Liberal 7 August 1877 3 March 1881
3 Thomas Stanley Matthews - Brady-Handy.jpg Thomas Andrews Liberal 3 March 1881 7 August 1889
4 John Mason.jpg John Graham Conservative-Unionist 7 August 1889 7 August 1897
5 Charles Evans Hughes 2.jpg Charles Marshall Liberal 7 August 1897 22 June 1907
6 Photograph of James Stuart, 1st Viscount Stuart of Findhorn.jpg James D. Harding Liberal 22 June 1907 2 September 1917
7 William Edgar Borah cph.3b19589.jpg William MacDonald Conservative 2 September 1917 2 September 1931
8 Henry-A.-Wallace-Townsend.jpeg Henry A. Lincoln Liberal 2 September 1931 2 September 1939
9 Calvin Coolidge, bw head and shoulders photo portrait seated, 1919.jpg Franklin Clay Conservative 2 September 1939 5 November 1951
10 Steve Martin 2.jpg Charles Martin Smith Conservative 5 November 1951 5 November 1959
11 ElliotLeeRichardson.jpg Christopher Randolph Liberal 5 November 1959 5 November 1971
12 Secretary Richard Schweiker.jpg Lewis Webster Conservative 5 November 1971 5 November 1979
13 434px-Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1991-039-11, Richard v. Weizsäcker.jpg Daniel F. Bradley Conservative 5 November 1979 5 November 1987
14 George W. Romney crop.png Jeremy Schlesburg Liberal 5 November 1987 5 November 1995
15 Elizabeth May 2014 (cropped).jpg Elizabeth Van Cameron Liberal 5 November 1995 5 November 2003
16 Henry McMaster 2017.jpg Daniel Powell Conservative 5 November 2003 5 November 2015
17 800px-Allen West, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg Edward J. Jackson Liberal 5 November 2015 Incumbent

JFK

John F. Kennedy

Flag of the United States.svg 35th President of the United States Flag of the United States.svg
In office
January 20, 1961 – January 20, 1969
Vice PresidentLyndon B. Johnson
Preceded byDwight D. Eisenhower
Succeeded byRichard Nixon
Personal details
Born May 29, 1917
Brookline,Flag of Massachusetts.svg Massachusetts, Flag of the United States (1908-1912).svg U.S.
Died July 8, 1999 (aged 82)
Boston, Flag of Massachusetts.svg Massachusetts, Flag of the United States.svg U.S.
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Jacqueline Lee Bouvier (m. 1953; her death 1994)

John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – July 8, 1999) commonly referred to by his initials JFK, was an American politician and journalist who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until January 1969.

20th Century

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Start Finish Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1914 1918 World War I (BL)EastGermany.svg German Empire

Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austria-Hungary
Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria
...and others

Flag of the United Kingdom (3-5).svg United Kingdom

Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg France
Flag of Russia.svg Russian Empire
Flag of the United States (1908-1912).svg United States (after 1917)
...and others

1933 1934 Italian-Sardinian War Flag of Fascist Italy (fictional).svg Italian Social Republic Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned alternate.svg Kingdom of Italy
1935 1937 Austro-Italian War Flag of Austria.svg Austria

Flag of Republic of Venice.svg Republic of Venice
Flag of Yugoslavia (1918–1941).svg Yugoslavia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia

Flag of Fascist Italy (fictional).svg Italian Social Republic
1936 1939 Third Balkan War CV Flag of Greece (1945-1970).png Greece
Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia
Flag of Romania.svg Romania
Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovak Revolutionaries
Supported by:

Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg Free France

Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria
Flag of Hungary (1918-1919; 3-2 aspect ratio).svg Hungarian State
1936 1939 First Spanish Civil War Flag of Spain (1931–1939).svg Spanish Second Republic

Supported by:
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Soviet Union
French Communist Flag.png French Socialist Republic
Requested flag communist italy by dakyillustrations-d9vw5m4.jpg Italian Socialist Republic
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico

Flag of Spain (1938–1945).svg Nationalists

Supported by:
(BL)EastGermany.svg German Empire
Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal
Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg Free France
Flag of the United Kingdom (3-5).svg British Empire

1941 1946 World War II

(BL)EastGermany.svg German Empire
Flag of the United States (1896-1908).svg United States
Flag of the United Kingdom (3-5).svg British Empire
Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg Free France
...and others

Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Soviet Union

French Communist Flag.png French Socialist Republic
...and others


Tripolitanian Republic
الجمهورية الطرابلسية‎ al-Jumhuriyat at-Trabulsiya
Coat of Arms
CapitalTripoli
Official languages Berber, Arabic
Demonym Tripolitanian
Government Constitutional Republic
 -  President Fayez al-Sarraj
 -  Assembly President Ahmed Maiteeq
Legislature Governemnt
 -  Upper House Senate
 -  Lower House Chamber of Representatives
Formation
 -  Independence 1919 
Population
 -   estimate 3,601,853 (2017)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Drives on the right

The Tripolitanian Republic (الجمهورية الطرابلسية‎ al-Jumhuriyat at-Trabulsiya), is a republic in North Africa.


Template:GHAfrica

RS

  • Flag of Russia (Kremlin.ru).svg Russian Consitute Republic
  • Siberian flag.svg Siberian Consitute Republic
  • 50px Far East Consitute Republic
  • Flag of Moscow.svg Moscow Consitute Republic
  • Flag of the Democratic Republic of Armenia.svg Armenian Consitute Republic
  • Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan CR
  • Flag of North Ossetia.svg Ossetian CR
  • Flag of Belarus (1991, 3-2).svg Byelrussian CR
  • Flag of the Chechen Republic.svg Chechen CR
  • Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmen CR

Autonomous States

  • Flag of Ingushetia.svg Ingushetia AS
  • Flag of Tuva (1992).svg Tuvan AS
  • Flag of Tatarstan.svg Tatar AS
  • Flag of Adygea.svg Adygea AS
  • Flag of Bashkortostan.svg Bashkortostan AS
  • Flag of Irkutsk Oblast.svg Irkutsk AS
  • Flag of Buryatia.svg Buryatia AS
  • Flag of Altai Republic.svg Altai AS
  • Flag of Kalmykia.svg Kalmykia AS

EEC

  • Central European Economic Union (1920-1951)
  • 50px German Empire (1920)
  • Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austria-Hungary (1920) (United States of Greater Austria from 1920-1933)
  • Flag of Poland (Polskie Swiat).png Poland (1920)
  • United Baltic Duchy flag.svg Baltic Duchy (1920)
  • Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania (1920)
  • Flag of Finland 1918-1920 (State).svg Finland (1920)
  • Belarus Flag with COA.png Belarus (1921)
  • Flag of Ukraine (with coat of arms).svg Ukraine (1921)
  • Wiser Kaiser Belgium.jpg Flanders-Wallonia (1922)
  • Flag of Republic of Venice.svg Venetian Republic (1922)
  • Flag of Sweden (3-2).svg Sweden (1925)
  • Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands (1925)

Treaties of WW1

  • Treaty of Hamburg (1918) - British Commonwealth
  • Treaty of Cologne (1918) - France, Belgium, Luxembourg
  • Treaty of Vienna (1918) - Italy
  • Treaty of Budapest (1918) - Serbia, Montenegro and Greece
  • Treaty of Copenhagen (1920) - Portugal, British Empire, United States, Siam, Brazil, Japan and China

Treaty of Sofia

Treaty of Sofia
Treaty of Peace between the Central Powers and the allied nations of the Kingdom of Serbia, the Kingdom of Montenegro and the Kingdom of Greece
Treaty of State Port.png
Diplomats from Austria
Signed
Location
September 18, 1918
Sofia, Bulgaria
Effective
Condition
September 18, 1918
Ratification by Russia and the Central Powers
Signatories .
  • Flag of the German Empire.svg German Empire
  • Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austro-Hungarian Empire
  • Flag of Bulgaria (For Want of an Inch).png Bulgaria
  • Flag of the Ottoman Empire.svg Ottoman Empire

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Parties Central Powers and Allied Powers
Languages German, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Greek

The Sofia Peace Treaty was a peace treaty that dealt with the Balkan members of the Allied Powers, Montenegro, Serbia and Greece.

Territorial Changes:

  • Serbian Macedonia to be ceded to Bulgaria
  • Parts of Greek Macedonia to be ceded to Bulgaria

Political Changes

  • George Obrenović to be made the new king of Serbia.
  • Archduke Peter Ferdinand of Austria to be made the new King of Montenegro with the Austrian Statesman Heinrich Clam-Martinic as provisional minister-president.
  • Constantine I of Greece to be reinstated to the throne of Greece with Viktor Dousmanis as Prime Minister.
  • Principality of Albania to be restored with the restored Vidi I and Ahmet Muhtar Zogolli as prime-minister.


Possible Candidates?
Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria (1866-1939) - Third son of Archduke Karl Salvator of Austria, who was the second son of Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, son of Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany, who was the second son of Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor.

Successors:

Peter IV (1971-1991)
Anton (1931-1987)
Peter III (1987-1991)
Son Archduke Gottfried of Austria as Peter III (1947-1984)
His son as Leopold Ferdinand (1984-1991)


Effects of the Third Balkan War

In Greece, the loss of the War ended Viktor Dousmanis’ premiership, and by extension, the Greek Monarchy. George II abdicated the throne and fled in exile to the Two Sicilies. The Republic that replaced the monarchy was incredibly fragile due to the two sides of the political spectrum conflicting with each other, as well as the economic reparations placed on Greece after the Sofia Treaty.

Important Events

Northern

  • Flag of Denmark (3-2).svg Denmark
  • Flag of Sweden (3-2).svg Sweden
  • Flag of Norway (3-2).svg Norway
  • Flag of Finland (1918-1920).svg Kingdom of Finland
  • Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland

Western

  • Flag of France.svg France
  • Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Kingdom of Flanders-Wallonia
  • Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kingdom of Netherlands
  • Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Flag of Ireland.svg Republic of Ireland

Central

  • Flag of the German Empire.svg German Federation
  • Flag of Poland.png Polish Republic
  • Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Federal Republic
  • Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia
  • Austrian germany by 1blomma-d4nr5us.jpg Archduchy of Austria
  • Flag of Hungary.svg Hungarian Republic

Eastern

  • Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia
  • Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia
  • Flag of Lithuania.svg Kingdom of Lithuania
  • Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg Republic of Belarus
  • Flag of Ukraine (with coat of arms).svg Kingdom of Ukraine

Southern

  • Flag of Spain (1931–1939).svg Spanish Federal Republic
  • Flag of Portugal.svg Portuguese Republic
  • Andorra vlag 1939 2.svg Andorra
  • Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco

CB

Syndicalist Britain.png Union of British Republics

  • Republic of England
  • Republic of Scotland
  • Republic of Wales

Flag of Scotland (traditional).svg
Flag of England.svg

  • Willie Gallacher (1920-1948)
  • Arthur Horner: (1948-1964)

President of the Council of Scotland:

  • David Kirkwood (1920-1944)

S

Royaume constitutionnel de France
Consitional Kingdom of France

 

 

1918-1919, 1946–1965
Flag of France Preposed Coat of Arms
Anthem
“The Parisian”
France in Dark Green
Capital Lyon
Official language French
Religion Protestant, Catholic
Government Parliamentary Monarchy
King
 - 1918–1919 Vacant
 - 1946–1965 Henry VI
Chief Minister
 - 1918-1919 Philippe Pétain (First)
 - 1964-1965 Charles de Gaulle (Last)
History
 - Established January 1, 1918-1919, 1946
 - Fourth French Revolution 1918-1919
 - Provisional Government formed in Algeria 1920
 - Monarchy Reestablished 1946
 - Abolishment 1965
 - Disestablished September 3, 1965
Currency French Franc

The Constitutional Kingdom of France (French: Royaume constitutionnel de France) was a former nation located in Western Europe from 1918 to 1919, and then from 1946 to 1965.


Nations

  • Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg Second French Empire
  • 50px North German Confederation
  • Flag of Bavaria (striped).svg Bavaria
  • Alleged flag of the Rhine Confederation 1806-13.svg Confederation of the Rhine
  • Flag of Denmark (3-2).svg Kingdom of Denmark
  • Union Jack of Sweden and Norway (1844-1905).svg United Kingdom of Sweden and Norway
  • Flag of Russia (Kremlin.ru).svg Russian Empire
  • Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned alternate.svg Kingdom of Italy
  • Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino
  • Flag of Spain (LPH).svg Spain
  • Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austria Hungary
  • State flag of Greece (1863–1924;1935–73).svg Kingdom of Greece
  • State Flag of Serbia (1882-1918).svg Kingdom of Serbia
  • Flag of Bulgaria (3-2).svg Principality of Bulgaria
  • Flag of Romania.svg Kingdom of Romania
  • Flag of Montenegro.svg Principality of Montenegro
  • Flag of the Ottoman Empire.svg Ottoman Empire
  • Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
  • Flag of Portugal (1776 - UCA).png Kingdom of Portugal
  • Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg
  • Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium
  • Flag of the Netherlands.svg

History

While the Netherlands remained Neutral during World War I, it was drawn economically and politically to Germany in the inter-war period.

In 1930, the economic turmoil of the Wall Street Crash hit Europe and by extension, the Netherlands. The economic crash hit Holland specifically hard and caused unemployment and poverty. Riots gripped Amsterdam and were brutally put down by the Army. The Queen, and by extension her government, became extremely unpopular. A Revolution in March 1931 put a end to the monarchy and put a Republic in power. After this new government proved unable to fix the major issue of unemployment, it was overthrown by a Communist Revolution in June 1933.

Southern Africa

Flag Name Government Type Current Head of State Current Head of Government Capital Date Founded
125px-Flag of Botswana.svg.png Botswana Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic Mokgweetsi Masisi Slumber Tsogwane Gaborone 1949
lFlag of Lesotho (1966).svg Lesotho Monarchy Letsie III Monyane Moleleki Maseru 1949
Flag of Madagascar.svg Madagascar Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic Hery Rajaonarimampianina Olivier Mahafaly Solonandrasana Antananarivo 1946
Flag of Mozambique (1974-1975).svg Mozambique Unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic Filipe Nyusi Carlos Agostinho do Rosário Maputo 1942
Flag of Namibia.svg Namibia Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic Hage Geingob Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah Windheok 1979
Afrikaner Vryheidsvlag.svg South African Republic Semi-Presidential Republic Marthinus van Schalkwyk Pieter Groenewald Pretoria 1915
Flag of Eswatini.svg Swaziland Unitary parliamentary absolute diarchy Mswati III & Ntfombi of Swaziland Vincent Mhlanga Mbabane (executive), Lombamba (legislative) 1949

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The Der Britische Sieg (DBS) timeline is an alternate timeline in which the Allied Nations won the Great War...through the eyes of a world where the Germans won the war. This is an alternate timeline..within an alternate timeline.

This leads to the Austro-Hungarian and the Ottoman Empire crumbling, with new nations being formed out of them.

Germany becomes divided between a right-wing dictatorship, an Allied Protectorate, a loyal Kingdom, and a Communist State in Bavaria.

Russia, Hungary, Bavaria, Finland and Ukraine have fallen to the beast of communism, with France on the edge of civil war because of its influence.

The entente has been divided, with Britain taking a more isolationist policy, and France going down the route of more Socialist policies.

Ideologies

Karl Wagner (1894-1975)

National Racheism is a far-right, anti-communist, ultranationalist ideology that dominated German politics from 1928 to 1986. It was founded by Karl Wagner (1894-1975) in his 1920 book The Last Hope. In 1921, the DNRP was formed, led by Wagner. While anti-semitism was not a key principle of the DNRP, many of the DNRP were anti-semities and persecuted Jews. These practices were never condemned by the DNRP. One of Racheism’s main policies is the destruction of communism. In a period where communism was increasing in influence, many feared the “red terror” and turned towards the more radical right-wing parties.

Communism is a left-wing ideology that dominated the European stage from the end of the first war to the end of the second. While Communism has various forms, the most common of these is Trotskyism, which focuses on spreading communism rather than just creating a single communist state. In 1932, the Moscow Pact was formed between the USSR, the Hungarian Socialist Republic and Ukrainian SSR. More members joined over time, such as Finland in 1934 and France in 1939. Since WW2, Communism hasn’t been as influential, and is now relegated to Mongolia and parts of Central Asia.

Europe

Kingdom of Bavaria
Königreich Bayern

Kinereich Bayern (Austro-Bavarian)
Timeline: British Heritage

OTL equivalent: Bavaria and Parts of Austria

Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Bavaria
Location of Bavaria
Anthem "Bayerische Königshymne"
Capital
(and largest city)
Munich
Other cities Innsbruck, Linz
Language
  official
 
German
  others Austro-Bavaria, Czech
Religion
  main
 
Roman Catholic
  others Protestant
Demonym Bavarian
Government Constitutional Monarchy
  legislature Landtag
King Rupprecht
  Royal house: Wittelsbach
Minister-President Fritz Schäffer (BVP)
Established Kingdom (1805 to 1918) Reestablished (1920 to Date)
Currency Bavarian Mark
Time Zone UTC
Organizations UN

A

2011 DukeDevon/Sandbox/4 2019
Alaskan General election, 2015
November 4, 2015
Alexander Stubb Oct, 2014.jpg David Perdue, Official Portrait, 114th Congress.jpg
Party Conservative Socialist Democratic
Popular vote 441,321 320,881
Percentage '
350px
Red-Johnson

Blue-Everfenn

President before election
Alexander Everfenn
Conservative
Elected President
Alexander Everfenn
Conservative

The Alaskan General Election of 2015 occurred on the 4th of November 2015 and is the most recent election. The Conservatives won a majority, a stayed in government for the 4th election in a row.

Alexander Everfenn won re-election.

Alex

Adolf Hitler

Member of the Reichstag for Munich
In office
12 November, 1935 – 12 November, 1951
Leader of the NPD
In office
2 July 1934 – 4 August 1955
Preceded byTitle Created
Succeeded byFriedrich Thiele
Personal details
Born 20 April 1889
Braunau am Inn, Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austria-Hungary
Died 4 July 1957
Kochel, 25px German Empire
Political party National German Party
Spouse(s) Eva Strassman (m. 1931)

Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 - 4 July 1957) was a Austrian-Born General and Politician. He saw action in the First World War, the various Soviet-Eastern European wars of 1920-1923 and later worked in the German Secret Service. Upon retiring in 1934, he founded the NPD, which opposed communism and to an extent, Jews.

In 1935, Hitler was elected as a member of the Reichstag for Munich, which he held until 1951. In the election of 1951, he ran for the minister-presidentship of Bavaria, but lost his seat.

After retiring from politics in 1955, he retired with his wife, Eva Strassman in Kochel, before dying in 1957, at the age of 68.

2018

  • 1885-1965

Flag of German East Africa.png

German East Africa (German:Deutsch-Ostafrika)

  • Governor
  • Heinrich Albert Schnee (1912-1925)
  • Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck (1925-1936)
  • Franz Ritter von Epp (1936-1946)

Mittelafrika Flag Central Triumph.png German Afrika

  • Flag of Deutsch-Ostafrika.svg Dominion of German East Africa
  • Flaggenentwurf 7 Südwestafrika 1914.svg Dominion of German South West Africa
  • Flag of CV German Congo.png German Congo
  • Flag of CV German Equatorial Africa.png German Central Africa
  • Flag of Togoland.png Dominion of German Togoland
  • Flag of Deutsch-Kamerun.svg Dominion of German Kamurun
  • Reichskolonialflagge.svg German West Africa

Aus

Australian Federation
Australia
Timeline: Agadir War

OTL equivalent: Australia
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Capital
(and largest city)
Canberra
Religion Protestant, Catholic
Demonym Australian
Government Semi-Presidental Federal Republic
President Wayne Swan
Prime Minister Micheal Gunner
Established 1949

The Australian Federation is an island state in Oceania.

States of Australia

  • Australia Republican Flag.gif New South Wales
  • North Queensland State Flag Proposal (Variant).svg Queensland
  • Flag of South Australia UTS.png South Australia
  • Flag of Tasmania.svg.png Tasmania
  • Flag of Australia Prop2 (FTBW).svg Victoria
  • Flag of West Australia UTSC.png Western Australia
  • Flag of the Northern Territory.svg Northern Australia

War

Republic of Borealia
Timeline: Agadir War

OTL equivalent: OTL Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of
Location of
Capital
(and largest city)
Halifax
Religion Protestant, Catholic, other
Demonym Borealian
Government Federal Consitutional Republic with a parliamentary system
President Stephen McNeil
Prime Minister Dwight Ball
Established 1949

The Republic of Borealia is a country in North America which was established in 1950 after 4 years of American Military Administration during the Second World War.

Borealia is a founding member of the Northern Alliance and the North American Organisation (NAU).

It also shares Nuclear Weapons with other members of the NA. Template:AWA

War

Canadian Federation
Timeline: Agadir War

OTL equivalent: OTL Canada barring Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of
Location of
Capital
(and largest city)
Ottawa
Religion Protestant, Catholic, other
Demonym Canadian
Government Federal Consitutional Republic with a parliamentary system
President John Horgan
Prime Minister Jagmeet Singh
Established 1949

The Canadian Federation is a country in North America which was established in 1950 after 4 years of American Military Administration during the Second World War.

Canada is a founding member of the Northern Alliance and the North American Organisation (NAU).

It also shares Nuclear Weapons with other members of the NA. Template:AWA

List of Leaders in 1939

Bavarian landtag

Elected parties:

  • SPD logo.svg Social Democratic Party 87/180
  • IFFGermanCentreParty.png Zentrum 36/180
  • Auto Racing Plain Blue.svg German Conservative Party 19/180
  • Bavaria Roundel.png Bavarian Party 3/180
  • 25px Green Party of Germany 16/180
  • 25px National Liberal Party 17/180
  • Independents (2/180)

The Government

Chancellor

Victoria Strobl (VKP)
Vice Chancellor Frank Oppermann (ÖVP)
Minister for the Interior Karl Braun (Zentrum)
Foreign Secretary Georg Hohenborn (VKP)
Economic Minister Anna Meuthen (BVP)
Minister of Justice Daniel Konner (VKP)
Minister of Labour Eliza Strobel (ÖVP)
Minister of Defense Andrew Schäfer-Gümbel (VKP)
Minister of Health Helga Braun (Zentrum)
Minister of Transport Charlotte Söder (BVP)
Minister of Education Louis Heil (VKP)

Fasc

The Northern Alliance
Formation April 9, 1955
Type Intergovernmental Economic Alliance
Legal status Active
Purpose/focus “To Strengthen the bond and co-prosperity of Northern Nations”
Headquarters Ottawa

The Northern Alliance, often abbreviated NA, is a Intergovernmental Alliance formed in 1955 to create a economic zone between various nations.

The NA also allows citizens of its members – Canada, Borealia, Quebec, Greenland, and Iceland to travel and reside in another NA member state without any travel documentation (e.g. a passport or national identity card) or a residence permit.

Members:

  • Flag of Canada (No Napoleon).svg Canadian Federation
  • CanadaFlag1.png Republic of Borealia
  • Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec
  • Achen Greenland Flag Proposal.svg Greenland
  • Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland

Constitute States of Germany

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Kingdom (8)

  • Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Kingdom of Prussia (Berlin)
  • Hesse-Kassel.png Kingdom of Hesse (Darmstadt)
  • Flagge Großherzogtum Baden (1891–1918).svg Kingdom of Baden (Karlsruhe)
  • 83DD-WurttemburgFlag.png Kingdom of Wurttemberg (Stuttgart)
  • Flag of Bavaria (striped).svg Kingdom of Bavaria (Munich)
  • Civil flag of Oldenburg.svg Kingdom of Oldenburg (Oldenburg)
  • Flagge Großherzogtümer Mecklenburg.svg Kingdom of Mecklenburg (Schwerin)
  • Flag of Saxony.svg Kingdom of Saxony (Dresden)

Autonomous States (4)

  • Flag of Poland.png Autonomous State of Posen (Posen)
  • Flag of Luxembourg.svg Autonomous State of Luxembourg (Luxembourg City)
  • Flag of Alsace.svg Autonomous State of Alsace-Lorraine (Strasbourg)
  • Flag of West Germany (Wallace 1968).png Autonomous State of Northern Schleswig (Flensburg)

States (7)

  • Flag of Schleswig-Holstein.svg Schleswig-Holstein (Kiel)
  • Flag of Hanover.svg State of Hanover (Hannover)
  • Flag of the Kingdom of Westphalia.svg State of Westphalia (Munster)
  • Flag of Rhineland.svg State of Rhineland (Cologne)
  • Konigreiche Berlin.png State of Berlin-Brandenburg (Berlin)
  • Flag of Germany (Finland superpower).png State of Central Germany (Weimar)
  • Flag of Saxony-Anhalt.svg State of North Saxony (Dessau)

Free Hanseatic cities (3)

  • Flag of Bremen.svg Bremen
  • Flag of Hamburg.svg Hamburg
  • Flag of Poland.png Lubeck

List of Presidents

  Conservative
  Socialist Democratic Party (SDP)
  Non-Partisan
  Socialist Revolutionary Party
President Took Office Left Office
1 Kerensky.jpg Michael Kerensky

(1881–1970)
September 29, 1924 January 5, 1930
2 Karl Wagner.jpeg Andrei Kanjnikov

(1882–1961)
January 5, 1930 January 5, 1938
3 Socialist-darlington-hoopes-attending-the-socialists-convention.jpeg Michael Chekhov

(1888–1962)
January 5, 1938 January 5, 1952
4 Charles Edward Russell by William M. Vander Weyde.jpg Charles Johnson

(1907–1973)
January 5, 1952 January 5, 1956
5 Edward brooke senator.jpg Edward Locklear

(1891–1974)
January 5, 1956 January 5, 1964
6 480px-Elizabeth Dole official photo.jpg Elizabeth Pine

(1912–1997)
January 5, 1964 January 5, 1972
7 Andrew Peacock Official.jpg Andrew Kinochevsky

(1945–2016)
January 5, 1972 January 5, 1984
8 John Brunner.png John Isandek

(1954)
January 5, 1984 January 5, 1988
9 Michael Jardine.jpg Michael Danielsson

(1961)
January 5, 1988 January 5, 1996
10 Forbes Steve.jpg Steve McAlpine

(1956)
January 5, 1996 January 5, 2004
11 Selena Meyers.jpeg Sarah Andeislav

(1966)
January 5, 2004 January 5, 2012
12 Alexander Stubb Oct, 2014.jpg Alexander Everfenn

(1970)
January 5, 2012 Incumbent

Foreign Relations

Кралство Югославия (Bulgarian), Краљевина Југославија (Serbian), Mbretëria e Jugosllavisë (Albanian)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Timeline: Agadir War
Preceded by 1925 — 1954 Succeeded by
Various Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria.svg

Serbia Flag of Serbia.svg

Montenegro Flag of Montenegro.png

Albania Flag of Albania.svg

Flag Coat of Arms
Flag of the Yugoslav Kingdom CoA of Yugoslavia
Location of Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Map of Yugoslavia in 1935.
Capital
(and largest city)
Belgrade
Other cities Sofia, Tirana, Podgorica
Language
  official
 
Serbian, Albanian, Bulgarian, Montenegrin
  others Greek, Romanian
Religion Various
Government Federal Monarchy
King Alexander I

The Kingdom of Yugoslavia, known from 1925-1932 as the Kingdom of Serbians, Albanians, and Bulgarians, was a former state in Western Europe, created in 1925 and abolished in 1954 after the dissolution referendum of 1952.

States:

  • Principality of Albania
  • Kingdom of Serbia
  • Kingdom of Bulgaria
  • Principality of Montenegro

A

Foreign Relations

Union of Socialist British Republics
Union of Britain
Timeline: German Heritage
Preceded by 1920 — 1945 Succeeded by
United Kingdom

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg

Revolutionary Scotland

Socialist red flag.svg

English Republic Flag of the English Republic.png

United Kingdom Flag of Great Britain (1707–1800).svg
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Symbol
Location of Union of Britain
Map of British Union.
Capital
(and largest city)
London
Other cities Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff
Language English, Gaelic, Manx, Cornish
Religion State Atheism
Government Federal Socialist State
  legislature Supreme Soviet of Britain
President of the Union Willie Gallacher
Prime Minister Harry Pollitt

The Union of Socialist British Republics existed from 1920 to 1945, and was the period when Britain was ruled by the socialist regime of Willie Gallacher.

Foreign Relations

Deutscher Staat (German)
German State
Timeline: Der Britische Sieg (Agadir War)
Preceded by 1932 — 1986 Succeeded by
German Republic

Flag of Germany.svg

Austrian Republic Flag of Austria (TONK).png

German Condederation

Flag of Germany (state).svg

Flag Coat of Arms
Flag of the German State CoA of Germany
Location of German State
Map of Yugoslavia in 1985

Motto
“Für den Ruhm des Vaterlandes” (German)
("For the glory of the Fatherland")

Capital Berlin
Largest city Berlin
Other cities Munich, Vienna, Cologne
Language German
Religion Protestant, Catholic
Government One-Party Totalitarian Dictatorship (1935-1962), One-Party Semi-Presidental Republic (1962-1986)
Head of State Karl Eisner (1935-1966)

Ludwig Webber (1983-1986)

The German State was a former state in Central Europe, created in 1935 and abolished in 1986 after the the return of democratic elections.

States:

  • Principality of Albania
  • Kingdom of Serbia
  • Kingdom of Bulgaria
  • Principality of Montenegro
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