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The world of Kaiserreich on 1st January 1936.

Europe

  • The German Empire, in Central Europe, is the strongest country in the world, headed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. It is the leader of the Reichspakt, its own formal military alliance, and Mitteleuropa, its own economic union between several European nations. Within this union, the following states depend on Germany:
  • The Austro-Hungarian Empire is a very decentralized constitutional dual-monarchy, consiting of lands in central, eastern, and southern Europe, including the Balkans. It consists of Austria and Hungary as primary constituents- and Bohemia, Galicia-Lodomeria, and Illyria (all formally still within the Austrian Empire) as secondary constituents.
  • The Federation of the Communes of France is a socialist and syndicalist federal republic in western Europe, which was proclaimed on June 22, 1920, after the French Civil War.
  • The Union of Britain is a socialist republic on the island of Great Britain in the British Isles.
  • The Socialist Republic of Italy is a syndicalist state, which dominates the northern half of the Italian Peninsula.
  • The Russian Republic is a constitutional democracy located in Eurasia, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the West to the Pacific Ocean in the East. It is currently ruled by a longtime coalition social democrats and liberals to support Alexander Kerensky. Despite Kerensky’s nominally leftist standing, the need to maintain “order” in Russia has lent itself to de facto authoritarian leadership. Internally, Russia is perpetually torn by blatantly simmering extremist ideologies.
  • The Italian Republic is a small and fragile state, dominated by Austrian politics, located in the north-east of the Italian peninsula.
  • The Kingdom of Spain is a constitutional monarchy largely located on the Iberian Peninsula, with colonies in northern Morocco and the African east coast.
  • The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic is a small east Caucus state which rose out of the ruins of the Russian Empire. It is a technocratic dictatorship which is increasingly becoming the battleground of both foreign corporate and national interests.
  • The Pashaluk of Armenia is the remnant of the short-lived Transcaucasian Federation and is now under the authority of the Ottomans.
  • The State of the Church is a Sicilian puppet and small state on the west coast in the middle of the Italian Peninsula, under the rule of the Pope.
  • The Kingdom of Portugal is a minor colonial power in Europe, lying in the western Iberian Peninsula. A nominal member of the Entente, its young and radical Integralist leadership makes its behaviour unpredictable.
  • The Republic of Ireland is a small island nation off of the coast of the Union of Britain, in northwest Europe. The President, Michael Collins, having ruled for more than ten years, and riding on a wave of unbeatable public support, has now effectively become dictator of the nation.
  • The Kingdom of the Netherlands is a neutral western European country, although they do have economic ties with Germany, and political ties to French syndicalists.
  • The Kingdom of Denmark is a social democratic monarchy in northern Europe, that was patterned after the example of Sweden and has one of the highest standards of living in the world. They have remained primarily neutral during all major conflicts thus far.
  • The Kingdom of Iceland, which is in a personal union with Denmark, is a small northern European country.
  • The Democratic Republic of Georgia is a social democratic parliamentary Republic in the western Caucasus, economically aligned with Germany.
  • The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies is a relatively prosperous constitutional monarchy in southern Europe, which despises the idea of Italian reunification, seeing the other Italian states as 'northern rabble'.
  • The Kingdom of Sweden is a constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe, under King Gustaf V. Sweden was humiliated by not being able to capture the Åland islands during the Finnish Civil War, due to German intervention. Swedish politics are now dominated by the question of the country's continued neutrality.
  • The Kingdom of Norway is a northern European nation, which bases its core beliefs on the Nordic ideal of neutrality. Though the country is now largely split between the far-right and far-left, both sides refuse outside intervention or help to their causes.
  • The Kingdom of Finland is a northern European nation, governed by a highly authoritarian right-wing government under King Fredrik Kaarle I. The King has significant power compared to other monarchs in the nearby regions. After a civil war with Bolshevik sympathizers and then a war with Sweden over the Åland Islands, the government only grows further right-wing.
  • The Kingdom of Sardinia is a small insular constitutional monarchy in the western Mediterranean, mostly dependent on Nationalist French support.
  • The Swiss Confederation is a liberal parliamentary republic in central Europe, with a federal council of seven members each acting as head of state. Switzerland struggles to remain neutral, with the French-speaking syndicalists and German-speaking conservatives constantly at each others' throats in the streets.
  • The Tsardom of Bulgaria is a parliamentary monarchy in the east Balkans, with the popular Tsar Boris III as head of state. The country is widely known as the hegemon of the Balkans.
  • The Kingdom of Romania is a far-right nationalist and revanchist monarchy in eastern Europe. Its politics consist of an uneasy balance between King Carol II and the Iron Guard under Corneliu Zelea Codreanu.
  • The Kingdom of Serbia is a de jure monarchy in the Balkans, ruled by the Regent, Petar Bojovic, since the end of the Austrian occupation in 1922. He leads an autocratic government with little room for political dissent.
  • The Hellenic Republic is a parliamentary republic in the south Balkans, under the liberal Georgios Papandreou. However, the conservatives have bitter grudges against Bulgaria for annexing most of their territories, and the restoration of the Greek monarchy becomes more and more popular.
  • The Republic of Albania is a parliamentary republic in the western Balkans.
  • The Don-Kuban Union is a Caucasian federation of Don, Kuban, Astrakhan and Terek Cossacks with the incorporation of the Chechen state, ruled as a Presidential republic under Ataman Petr Krasnov.

Asia and Oceania

  • The Kingdom of Afghanistan is an autocratic monarchy in central Asia.
  • The Alash Autonomy is a Kazakh puppet state of the Russian Republic, located in central Asia.
  • The Australasian Confederation is a British Dominion in Oceania, under martial law.
  • Azad Hind is a nominally socialist Republic controlling the northern two-thirds of India
  • The Kingdom of Bhutan is a small Buddhist state nestled in the Himalayan Mountains, in the Indian Subcontinent.
  • The Kingdom of Burma is an autocratic monarchy in south Asia.
  • British India is the remnants of the former British Colonial Holdings in the Indian Subcontinent.
  • The German Colony of Deutsch-Ostasien is the general government of the main east Asian, southeast Asian, and Oceanian holdings of the German Empire.
  • The Fengtian Government of the Republic of China is an (informally) oligarchic republic claiming jurisdiction over China, but de facto limited to only north China, in Manchuria.
  • The Emirate of Nejd is a Middle Eastern autocratic monarchical dominion of the Saudi dynasty, and is heavily influenced by Salafist philosophy.
  • The Greater Japanese Empire is a constitutional monarchy in east Asia, where the Emperor maintains considerable power. It opposes Germany in the Far East and stands poised to expand its territories and sphere of influence.
  • The Kumul Khanate is an autonomous autocratic monarchy (a Khanate) in Northeastern Xinjiang, weakly subservient to the Qing government
  • The International Mandate for the Concessions, Settlements and Legations in China is a union of foreign concessions along the Chinese coast, established by treaty in order to uphold the Open Door Policy in lieu of Germany's 1926 intervention. This government and all its territories still recognizes the authority of the Qing government. However as was the case with colonial Concessions before it, Qing has little power within the territory.
  • The League of Eight Provinces is a military clique in southeast China, weakly subservient to the Qing government. Several cities inside the League are under direct economic control by the Germans via the AOG (Supervisory Board of the East Asian General Administration).
  • The Ma Clique is a military clique in northwest China, weakly subservient to the Qing government. The clique is controlled as a domain of the influential Muslim Chinese Ma family.
  • The Shandong Clique is a military clique in east China, subservient to the Qing government
  • The Shanxi Government is a military clique in central China, subservient to the Qing government.
  • The Bogd Khanate of Mongolia is a Buddhistic theocratic monarchy in central Asia.
  • The Kingdom of Nepal is Hindu kingdom in the Himalaya Mountains, in the Indian Subcontinent
  • The Sultanate of Muscat and Oman is a former British Protectorate in the southeast Arabian Peninsula, now on its own after the British Revolution.
  • The Imamate of Yemen is an Ottoman puppet in the southern Arabian Peninsula.
  • The Ottoman Empire is a constitutional monarchy in southwest Asia.
  • The Empire of the Great Qing is officially a constitutional monarchy but is actually a military dictatorship of the Zhili Clique. It firmly controls the North China Plain and has influence in most of the rest of the country.
  • The Xinjiang Clique is a warlord clique in Northwest China, weakly subservient to the Qing government
  • The Emirate of Jabal Shammar is an autocratic monarchy in the Middle East. Nominally an Ottoman vassal, the Emirate is home to many Arabs which fought in the Weltkrieg and seeks to defend itself from Saudi aggression
  • The Sublime State of Iran is a constitutional monarchy in the Middle East.
  • The Republic of the Philippines is an American colony in southeast Asia.
  • The State of Hyderabad is an oligarchical, British satellite state in south India.
  • The Kingdom of Mysore is a Princely British satellite state in south India.
  • The Kingdom of Siam is an autocratic monarchy in southeast Asia.
  • The Sichuan Clique is a military clique in southwest China, weakly subservient to the Qing government. Its politics are dominated by Zhili Clique loyalists, but the power balance is extremely fragile.
  • The Kingdom of Tibet is a Buddhistic theocracy in South Asia.
  • The Transamur Republic/the Provisinal Russian Government is a rival Russian government and puppet state of the Empire of Japan, located in the former Russian far east.
  • The Khanate of Turkestan is an autocratic monarchy in central Asia
  • The Yunnan Government is a military clique in southwest China weakly subservient to the Qing government
  • The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a republic in northwest India
  • British Ceylon is a British island colony south of India


North America


South America

  • The Argentine Republic is a regional power in the south of the continent, still reeling from the forcible takeover of power by the far-right Liga Patriótica. Years of economic trouble and political chaos have left the country in a dangerous position.
  • The Republic of Bolivia is a landlocked republic in the Andes, near the centre of the continent, whose recent war against Paraguay cost much of the budget for the next decade. Faith in the republic is at an all-time low as the mineral export-based economy struggles to recover.
  • The United States of Brazil is by far the largest nation in South America and borders all other formally independent states save for Ecuador, Chile and Patagonia. It covers much of the north, northeast, and centre of the continent. Still reeling from a traumatic civil war, the Second Republic's federalist model may not prove ready to withstand another economic crisis.
  • The Syndicalist Republic of Chile is a young, powerful yet diplomatically isolated regional power, in the southwest of the continent, who sees itself as the first of many who will embrace Syndicalism and seeks to actively spread the ideology in the region. Its involvement in the Patagonian Revolt has harshly deteriorated the political situation in Argentina.
  • The Republic of Colombia is a republic in northern South America. Weakened by the US and forced to give independence to Panama, the nation seems to be forever locked in political warfare between the Liberal and Conservative parties.
  • The Republic of Paraguay is a minor, landlocked nation located between Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia, located in the centre if the continent. Its successes in the Chaco War against Bolivia have left the military in an incredibly respected political position.
  • The Patagonian Worker's Front is what can best be described as the sister republic of Chile, in the extreme south of the continent. It relies on Chile for everything from weapons to food supply, but still seeks to liberate all of Argentina.
  • The Republic of Peru is a republic in western South America. Recovering from decades of dictatorship, a pointless war with Colombia and under constant threat from leftist conspiracies, the government worryingly garrisons its southern borders with Chile.
  • The Oriental Republic of Uruguay is a peaceful and small nation located in the Southeast of the continent, between Brazil and Argentina. Its rather unique Council of Ministers rules the nation, and it has enjoyed good ties with both its neighbours and the new rising power of Germany.
  • The Republic of Venezuela is a nation in the north of the continent. The fall of the regime of the "Catfish" Goméz has led to an era of democracy and freedom, but the economy of the nation is still dangerously reliant on oil wealth.
  • The Republic of Ecuador is a small country in the northwest of the continent. Its troubled political history continued on throughout and after the Weltkrieg, but it has lived through years of relative economic prosperity since then.


Africa

  • The Sultanate of Egypt, also known as Egypt-Sudan, is a constitutional monarchy with an authoritarian government in northern Africa.
  • The Ethiopian Empire, also known as Abyssinia or Ethiopia, is a country in east Africa lying between Somalia and Egypt. It made small gains in Eritrea in the Weltkrieg but has deep administrative and economic issues.
  • The Boqorate of Somalia, also known as Somaliland, victorious in its rebellion against Italy in the Weltkrieg, is a relatively prosperous but authoritarian autocratic monarchy in east Africa.
  • The Republic of Liberia is a small republic in west Africa, bordering the French Republic and German colonial possessions.
  • The German Colony of Deutsch–Mittelafrika is the general government of the main African holdings of the German Empire.
  • The Kingdom of Morocco is a north African German protectorate on the northwest of the continent. While enjoying a considerable degree of autonomy, the state is very much still marching under the Kaiser's drum.
  • The French Republic, or National France, is what remains of the old French Third Republic and their colonial possessions who fled to Algiers and Africa during the French Civil War. National France's politics is dominated by the idea of the reconquest of the homeland.
  • The Union of South Africa is a former British Dominion in southern Africa, that broke away in 1932.
  • The Emirate of Cyrenaica is a autocratic monarchy established by the Senoussi Order after the Weltkrieg and is under the very strong Ottoman influence.
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