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For more information about the various countries' heads of state and government, see this list: List of Heads of State and Governments

The world of Kaiserreich on 1st January 1936.


State Government

German Empire

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 that has hegemonic control over most of Europe. It also has vast colonial possessions across Asia, Oceania and Africa.

Kingdom of Flanders-Wallonia

The Kingdom of Flanders-Wallonia is a western European German puppet, headed by the Kaiser’s third son, Adalbert von Hohenzollern. The country is deeply divided between the Flemish and Walloon populations.

United Baltic Duchy

The United Baltic Duchy is a puppet state of the German Empire in eastern Europe, ruled and settled by Baltic Germans. Its first and presently ruling Duke is Adolf Friedrich, Duke of Mecklenburg.

Kingdom of Lithuania

The Kingdom of Lithuania is an eastern European German puppet, extremely ethnically divided and ruled by the German Catholic prince Karl Gero von Urach as King Vytautas II. Vytautas stands in the shadow of his popular father King Mindaugas II, is pretty much a puppet of his ministers and despised by Lithuanian nationalists.

Belarusian People's Republic

The Belarusian People's Republic is an overwhelmingly agrarian eastern European Parliamentary Republic and German satellite, born from the collapse of the Russian Empire, currently under the leadership of Symon Rak-Michajłouski.

Kingdom of Poland

The Kingdom of Poland is a eastern European constitutional monarchy ruled the Kaiser's fourth son, August von Hohenzollern. August is hated by Polish nationalists and socialists alike, as he does not show real interest in the Polish nation.

Ukrainian State

The Ukrainian State in eastern Europe is the biggest & most valuable German ally, headed by Hetman Pavlo Skoropadsky. An autocratic but benevolent dictatorship, most of the opposition has gathered in Galicia-Lodomeria, planning to overthrow Skoropadsky's regime one day.

Austro-Hungarian Empire

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.

Federation of the Communes of France

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, and is the leader of the Syndicalist International.

Union of Britain

The Union of Britain is a socialist republic on the island of Great Britain in the British Isles, born from the collapse of the British Empire and the British Revolution. Gone are the days of Splendid Isolation, as the Union stands firm alongside France as comrades in arms.

Socialist Republic of Italy

The Socialist Republic of Italy is a syndicalist state, which dominates the northern half of the Italian Peninsula. Born from the ashes of the Kingdom of Italy after its humiliating defeat in the Weltkrieg, the newborn Republic fell short of uniting the entire peninusla under its rule, but this goal still is a constant in both internal and foreign policies.

Russian Republic

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 of 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.

Italian Republic

The Italian Republic is a small and fragile rump state, dominated by Austrian politics, located in the north-east of the Italian peninsula.

Kingdom of Spain

The Kingdom of Spain is a constitutional monarchy located on the Iberian Peninsula, with colonies in northern Morocco and the African west coast. Plagued by political unrest, economic instability and separatism for decades, the struggling kingdom has stolen the monicker of the "Sick Man of Europe" ever since the recovery of the Ottoman Empire in the minds of many in the continent.

Azerbaijan Democratic Republic

The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic is a small east Caucasus state economically aligned with Germany due to the vast oil fields around Baku. Overstretched ever since the Caucasus Conference of 1919, Azerbaijan has almost no control over its territories in the west, which remain occupied by Armenian resistance fighters.

Papal States

The State of the Church is a small polity on the west coast in the center of the Italian Peninsula, under the nominal rule of the Pope and the college of cardinals, but under near total control of Sicily.

Kingdom of Portugal

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.

Don Kuban Union

The Don-Kuban Union is a country in the northern Caucasus and a Russian puppet state.           

Irish Republic

The Irish Republic is a small island nation in northwestern Europe, neighbouring Great Britain. A democratic republic under the rule of President Michael Collins, Ireland has established ties with the German Mitteleuropa bloc due to the Collapse of the British Empire, and relations to the Union of Britain to the east remain cold and undefined.

Kingdom of the Netherlands

The Kingdom of the Netherlands is on paper a neutral western European constitutional monarchy, but due to the Dutch membership in the Mitteleuropa bloc, the small nation is economically extremely dependent on the German hegemon to the east.

Kingdom of Denmark

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, but are part of the Mitteleuropa bloc.

Kingdom of Iceland

The Kingdom of Iceland, which is in a personal union with Denmark, is a small northern European country, almost completely dependent on the North Atlantic cod fishery.

Democratic Republic of Georgia

The Democratic Republic of Georgia is a social democratic parliamentary Republic in the western Caucasus, dominated by the Mensheviks ever since 1918 and economically aligned with Germany due to the Treaty of Poti.

Kingdom of the Two Sicilies

The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies is a relatively stable state in the south of the Italian Peninsula, all that is left of the once grand plans for an Italian Federation. The tense and militarized border with the Socialists to the north define its internal and foreign policies.

Kingdom of Sweden

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.

Kingdom of Norway

The Kingdom of Norway is a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe which went through though times in the recent years due to its exclusion from the German-dominated Mitteleuropa economic union and the loss of its former most important trading partner, Britain. The country is now largely split between the far-right and far-left, with the liberal government's popularity lower than ever.

Kingdom of Finland

The Kingdom of Finland is a northern European nation, governed by a highly authoritarian right-wing government. King Fredrik Kaarle I has significant power compared to other monarchs in the nearby regions. After a civil war with Bolshevik sympathizers and then a proxy war with Sweden over the Åland Islands, the government only grows further right-wing.
The Kingdom of Sardinia is a small constitutional monarchy in the western Mediterranean, all that remains of the domains of the House of Savoy. Despite lofty ambitions of reclamation in Italy, political realities at home and abroad pose significant obstacles, as does a lack of resources and personnel.
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's highest and most important ideal is neutrality, but the gravitation of the French-speaking population in Romandy and in occupied Haute Savoie threatens to tear the old confederation apart.
The Tsardom of Bulgaria is a parliamentary monarchy in the eastern Balkans, with the popular Tsar Ferdinand I as head of state ever since the 1880s. Though the country is widely known as the hegemon of the Balkans, it is internally completely overstretched, economically struggling and plagued by political unrest.
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 Prime Minister Corneliu Zelea Codreanu.
The Republic of Serbia is a social democratic, semi-presidential Republic. Though treaty with Austria-Hungary largely disarms the nation and places them in a free trade zone, the Konspiracija deep state pressures Serbia in the direction of rearmament nationalist expansion.
The Hellenic Republic, more commonly known abroad as Greece, is a parliamentary republic in the south Balkans, under the rule of liberal politician Georgios Papandreou. However, conservative elements have bitter grudges against Bulgaria for annexing most of their territories, and the restoration of the Greek monarchy is gaining support among the populace.
The Republic of Albania is a parliamentary republic in the western Balkans, dominated by liberal socialists and agrarian conservatives ever since the Albanian Revolution of 1924.

Asia and Oceania

The Kingdom of Afghanistan is an autocratic monarchy in central Asia, which managed to take advantage of the collapse of the British Empire to expand its borders and stabilize its tumultuous tribal internal politics, at least for the time being.
The Alash Autonomy is a federal democracy in central Asia and is considered a Russian puppet state.
The Australasian Confederation is a British Dominion in Oceania, formed by the union of the nations of Australia and New Zealand. On the aftermatch of the collapse of the British Empire, the political situation deteriorated quickly, and the nation is currently under martial law.

Kingdom of Bhutan

The isolationist Kingdom of Bhutan is a small Buddhist state nestled in the Himalayan Mountains in the Indian Subcontinent, ruled by the Dragon Kings of the Wangchuck dynasty since 1907.

Republic of Burma

The Republic of Burma is a Presidential Republic led by increasingly the dictatorial president U Ba Pe. it is plagued by ethnic strife, an ongoing border conflict with Siam and difficult relations with the Indians to the west.

Emirate of Bukhara

The Emirate of Bukhara is an absolute, archaic monarchy in Central Asia, still ruled by the descendants of Genghis Khan. Enjoying de facto independence since the chaos of the Russian Civil War, its only a matter of time until Russia turns hostile yet again, a fact the Emir is keenly and grimly aware of.

German East Asia

The colonies in German East Asia are organized under a general government of the main east Asian, southeast Asian, and Oceanian holdings of the German Empire, based in the formally British port city of Singapore.

Fengtian Government of the Republic of China

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. Led by the Old Marhsall, Zhang Zhuolin, its the last bastion of Republicanism in China, and has the tacit support of Japan in its quest to liberate China from Qing and Zhili rule. But such a fragile alliance cannot last long, as Zhang acts increasingly against the wishes of Tokyo.

Emirate of Jabal Shammar

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 at the top of the pecking order of the desert. However, its locally hegemonic position is quite fragile, as Najd seeks to end the House of Rashid.

Empire of Japan

The Japanese Empire is a constitutional monarchy in east Asia, where the Emperor maintains considerable power. Denied of its expansionist goals in recent years by Western powers, it opposes Germany in the Far East and stands poised to expand its territories and sphere of influence. Japan only awaits for an opening wherein the United States would be busy outside of East Asia to make their move towards total rule of the region.

Sublime State of Persia

The Sublime State of Persia is a constitutional monarchy in the Middle East, wracked by civil unrest, famine and western intervention. Its economic reliance on the exports of oil leave it vunerable to economic trumoil in Europe

Khanate of Khiva

One of the many states to emerge in Central Asia in the aftermatch of the Russian Civil War, the Khanate of Khiva is a monarchy that rules over its Uzbek and Turkmen subjects in a rather traditionally autocratic fashion.

Bogd Khanate of Mongolia

The Bogd Khanate of Mongolia is a Buddhistic theocratic monarchy in central Asia, led by former Russian general Roman von Ungern-Sternberg. Entirely dependent on Russian support, Ungern-Sternberg's rule is more than fragile.

Sultanate of Muscat and Oman

The Sultanate of Muscat and Oman is a former British Protectorate in the southeast Arabian Peninsula, now on its own after the British Revolution. While the name might imply otherwise, its control over inner Oman is truthfully quite fragile, and only Muscat is de facto under the chafing of the Sultan.

Emirate of Najd and Hasa

The Emirate of Nejd and Hasa is a Middle Eastern autocratic monarchical dominion of the Saudi dynasty, nominally under the suzerainty of the Ottoman Empire. While it's hopes of opportunistic expansion were dashed in the Weltkrieg, it's centuries old rivalry with the emirs of Jabal Shammar is far from over, the house of Saud has the tacit support of the Ikhwan, a powerful Wahhabi militia to tip the scales in their favour.

Kingdom of Nepal

The Kingdom of Nepal is a Hindu kingdom in the Himalaya Mountains, in the Indian Subcontinent. Despite being formally ruled by King Tribhuwan, it is Prime Minister Juddha Shumsher Jang Bahadur of the Rana dynasty who really controls the political life behind the scenes.

Sublime Ottoman State

The Sublime Ottoman State is a constitutional monarchy in west Asia, currently undergoing major political reforms under Grand Vizier Mustafa Kemal Pasha. Devastated by millions of deaths in the Weltkrieg, the resurgent Sublime Porte still faces threats from all sides, from unruly vassals to envious neighbours and nationalist rebels.

Qing Government

The Empire of the Great Qing is officially a constitutional monarchy but is de facto a military dictatorship of the Zhili Clique under Wu Peifu. It firmly controls the North China Plain, but its influence in the rest of the country is only very superficial. The many warlord cliques in China are all nominally part of the Qing Empire, but largely act independently as if they were petty kingdoms under the thumb of its military rulers.

Kumul Khanate (Under the authority of the Xinjiang Clique)

The Kumul Khanate is an autonomous autocratic monarchy in northeastern Xinjiang, meekly and consistently subservient to the Qing government, and under the chafing of the military clique in Xinjiang proper.

League of Eight Provinces

The League of Eight Provinces is an autonomous oligarchic confederation of Chinese provincial military governments under the chafing of League-Marshal Sun Chuanfang. Its political structure and leadership is a house of cards, deftly maintained by Sun, and even a small shock could make all of his efforts in the name of stability and modernization to fall through. Its generals also face frequent uprisings of the KMT against their rule. Several cities inside the League are under direct economic control by the Germans via the AOG (Supervisory Board of the East Asian General Administration).

Ma Clique

The Ma Clique is a military clique in northwest China, subservient to the Qing government. The clique is controlled as a domain of the influential Muslim Chinese Ma family, and religious and ethnic tensions are a significant factor in the area.

Shandong Clique

The Shandong Clique is a military clique in east China, subservient to the Qing government. Led by the infamous warlord Zhang Zongchang, its alliance with Beijing is merely an opportunist measure to enable the excesses and eccentric ambitious of its local tyrant.

Shanxi Clique

The Shanxi Clique is a military clique in central China, nominally subservient to the Qing government. The clique suffers from an internal power struggle between progressive warlord Yan Xishan and former Kuomintang-aligned army leader Feng Yuxiang, who exerts control over most of the Clique's military-junta.

Sichuan Clique

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 and civil war is looming.

Xinjiang Clique

The Xinjiang Clique is a warlord clique in northwest China, weakly subservient to the Qing government. Administrated by the old warlord Yang Zengxin for almost 25 years, radical and nationalist influences in the region continue to grow.

Yunnan Clique

The Yunnan Clique is a military clique in southwest China, subdued into subservient to the Qing government. Led by Tang Jiyao, a declared enemy of the Beijing Government, Yunnan was forced to recognize Qing authority over China after the disastrous Fourth Zhili-Fengtian War in 1928.

International Mandate for the Concessions, Settlements and Legations in China

The International Mandate for the Concessions, Settlements and Legations in China, more commonly known collectively as the Legation Cities, 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 recognize the authority of the Qing government. However as was the case with colonial concessions before it, Qing has little power within the territory.

Kingdom of Siam

The Kingdom of Siam is an autocratic monarchy in southeast Asia. As an opportunist ally of Germany in the east, it managed to gain new territories in the Malay Peninsula, Champassak and Cambodia and later, during the War with Burma, Saharat Thai Doem and Lower Burma.

Kingdom of Tibet

The Kingdom of Tibet is an isolationist Buddhistic theocracy in south Asia, currently involved in a border conflict with the Ma Clique. While nominally under the rule of the child Dalai Lama, vicious struggles over the Regency are a constant fact.

Turkestan Republic

The Turkestan Republic is a state in Central Asia, which is largely inhabited by Turkic peoples, from whence it gets its name. One of the many nations that emerged from the fires of the Russian Civil War, its tense political scene stabilized by the current dictatorial government of Madamin Bek.


The Imamate of Yemen is an Ottoman vassal in the southern Arabian Peninsula, burdened with the administration of the former colony of Aden following the British Revolution. An agressively anti-modernist state, it's leadership rejects the westernization embraced by the Sublime Porte.

North America

Dominion of Canada

The Dominion of Canada is a constitutional monarchy in the north of the continent, that leads the Entente and the remainder of the British Empire. Its main focus is preparations for war with the Internationale, but tensions between the Exiles, Canadians and French-Canadians simmer beneath the surface.

Republic of Costa Rica

The Republic of Costa Rica is a country in Central America and considered the archetypal "banana republic", as the American United Fruit Company has considerable influence. The political establishment has been dominated by multiple market liberal parties for the last 100 years.

Republic of Cuba

The Republic of Cuba is an ideologically divided island nation in the Caribbean led by young charismatic student leader Rafael Trejo ever since the Cuban Student Revolution of 1928.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is an island nation in the Caribbean with a troublesome history. Currently led by an increasingly conservative populist president, the rich American-aligned elite grows more and more powerful and influential.

State of El Salvador

The State of El Salvador is an unstable far-right nationalist military dictatorship in Central America, plagued by multiple uprisings against dictator Maximiliano Hernández Martínez in the last few years.

Republic of Guatemala

The Republic of Guatemala is a Central American republic led by an authoritarian military junta under liberal-aligned, pro-American general José María Orellana.

Republic of Haiti

The Republic of Haiti is an island nation in the Caribbean. Occupied by American troops for almost two decades, the small republic is now led by a puppet regime under Demosthenes Calixte, deeply disgruntling anti-American Socialists, Democrats, and Nationalists.

Peasants' and Workers' Republic of Honduras

The Republic of Honduras in Central America is led by the corrupt People's Council ever since the bloody December Revolution of 1932 which led to the overthrow of the pro-American, liberal government of Tiburcio Carías Andino.

United Mexican States

The United Mexican States is a large North American left leaning republic. Devastated by a brutal civil war coinciding with the Weltkrieg, Mexico is currently led by a war veteran President, Emiliano Zapata, and his left coalition.

Revolutionary Republic of Nicaragua

The Revolutionary Republic of Nicaragua in Central America is the first truly socialist state in the Americas, led by charismatic revolutionary Augusto César Sandino, who managed to expel the Americans in 1931 and marched on the capital in the aftermath.

Republic of Panama

The Republic of Panama is a Central American Republic led by a nationalist-progressive government after a coup against the corrupt and pro-American liberals in 1931. Its notable in worldwide affairs for its Canal, which is de facto under American control.

United States of America

The United States of America is the hegemon of the Americas, currently suffering from one of the worst economic and political crises in its history. With it's once unparalleled economic prosperity shaken, radicalism has increased across the political spectrum, and the upcoming 1936 Presidential Elections might be the fuse for the powderkeg of dissent.

Federation of the British West Indies, French Departments of Guadalupe, Martinique, and French Guiana

The Federation of the British West Indies, French Departments of Guadalupe, Martinique, and French Guiana is a Caribbean country within the Entente - deeply divided between both the French and English populations, along with Loyalist and Communard points of view.

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 under Manuel Carlés on 24 December 1935. Years of economic trouble and political chaos in the south have left the once prosperous country in a dangerous position.

Republic of Bolivia

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. Currently led by an emergency junta following that devasting defeat, its mineral export based economy is struggling to recover.

United States of Brazil

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 half of the continent, inheriting all Portugal's former possesions in the New World. Still recovering from a brief, yet traumatic civil war and the recession that preceded it, the Second Republic's federalist model may not prove ready to withstand another economic crisis.

Syndicalist Republic of Chile

The Syndicalist Republic of Chile is a young, powerful yet diplomatically isolated regional power, in the southwest of the continent, which 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. Different from most other Syndicalist states, Chile's revolution was orchestrated by the military high command and not by workers or soldiers, like in Europe.

Republic of Colombia

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.

Republic of Ecuador

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.

Republic of Paraguay

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 powerful political position.

Patagonian Worker's Front

The Patagonian Worker's Front is what can best be described as the sister republic of Chile, in the extreme south of the continent. Despite still formally a part of Argentina, it relies on Chile for everything from weapons to food supply and strives to break free from the counter-revolutionary forces in Buenos Aires.

Republic of Peru

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 and Ecuador.

Oriental Republic of Uruguay

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.

United States of Venezuela

The United States of Venezuela form a nation in the north of the South American continent. The fall of the regime of the Juan "Catfish" Goméz has led to an era of democracy and freedom, but the economy of the nation is still dangerously reliant on oil wealth.


Sultanate of Egypt

The Sultanate of Egypt, also known as Egypt-Sudan, is a semi constitutional monarchy in northern Africa. Currently riding on a wave of nationalist euphoria, many consider Egypt will be entering a new age of cultural heyday very soon.

Ethiopian Empire

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 stemming from its archaic goverment structure, and an ongoing border dispute with the Somalians over Ogaden.

Boqorate of Somalia

The Boqorate of Somalia, also known as Somaliland, is a federal monarchy composed of the various Somali states that were left in the Horn of Africa following the collapse of the Kingdom of Italy, It is currently led by the former british vassal Sultan of Warsangali, Muhhamed Ali Shire, and controls de facto significant portions of nominally Ethiopian territory.

Republic of Liberia

The Republic of Liberia is a small republic in west Africa dependent on American support and protection, bordering the French Republic and German colonial possessions. Its politics have remained static over decades, as electoral fraud and violence is rampant and never punished.

German Mittelafrika

The German Colony of Deutsch–Mittelafrika is the deeply decentralized general government of the main African holdings of the German Empire, also encompassing the former British posessions in Africa. While seen by Germany as its own Raj, the mangum opus of Kaiser Willhelm II's weltpolitik is in reality a deeply unprofitable and overxtended administration that heavily taxes the Empire as a whole.

Kingdom of Morocco

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, and its a colony of the Empire all but in name. However, several sections of the nation remain under Spanish rule, and said sections have seen many revolts and uprisings.

French Republic

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 revanchists and nationalists who strive for the reconquest of their homeland, as their war of revenge is the main goal of the state itself.

Union of South Africa

The Union of South Africa is a British Dominion in southern Africa and an important Entente holdout in the south of the continent. South African politics have been a battleground between nationalist and pro-British politicians for the last few years.

Emirate of Cyrenaica

The Emirate of Cyrenaica is a autocratic monarchy established by the Senoussi Order after the Weltkrieg and is under the very strong Ottoman influence. However, the internal politics of the order are less stable than it may seem, and many strongly resent the Porte's modernizer, westernizing streak.