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Flag of Boshka
Motto: "All Are Equal"
Region Rineu
Capital Carnswell
Official Language(s) Russian, French, English
Leader Ryan Bannister
Population 638 million
Currency Dinar 
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The Commonwealth of Boshka

Boshka has a population of 622 million. The people of Boshka are generally considered compassionate, intelligent, patriotic, and loving. Boshka has lots of green land and major places to visit. The economy is very good. The Boshkan government prides itself in educating the nation's youth.

The country's landmass is 117,554 sq mi. Total area: 120,728 sq mi Population (2007 est) 182,000,000 (growth rate: 0.1%); birth rate: 9.8/1000; infant mortality rate: 7.2/1000 Life expectancy: 87.0; density per sq mi: 328

Capital and Largest city (2003 est.) Carnswell, 2,201,900 (metro area), 1,607,600 (city Proper)

The name Boshka is Russian. Meaning; “Одно больш в всех вещах“. Which translates into “One who is great in all things“.

The flag of Boshka was designed in 1881 after amendments were signed into law freeing slaves. The stripes stand for peace, hope, & freedom. The phrase in the middle is the motto of the country, "Все Равны" which translates into “All Are Equal”.


Boshka, a country the size of New Mexico, is in north-central Europe. Rineu. Most of the country is a plain with no natural boundaries except the Mount Helen in the south and the Oder and Neisse rivers in the west. Other major rivers, which are important to commerce, are the Vistula, Warta, and Bug.


Democratic Republic. Boshka is governed by a Parliament.

Boshka has many Governmental departments, but the most famous are the BIA and the BSA.

Political Parties

Boshka is made-up of four political parties. Each party has a party leader. Currently, the President of Boshka is a member of the Conservative Party of Boshka, which makes-up the majority of Parliament. 52bjnr5.jpg (Conservative Party of Boshka) (Green Party of Boshka) (Liberal Party of Boshka) (New Democratic Party of Boshka)


Instead of an army, Boshka has a national police force that patrols like police officers and guards the country like the army. Boshka’s military is organized by an elite police force. All of Boshka’s police officers are uniformed the same throughout the country. There are currently 2,152,712 police officers. For more see Boshka Police.


Great (north) Boshka was founded in 966 by Mieszko I, who belonged to the Piast dynasty. The tribes of southern Boshka then formed Little Boshka. In 1047, both Great Boshka and Little Boshka united under the rule of Casimir I the Restorer. Boshka merged with Lithuania by royal marriage in 1386. The Boshkan-Lithuanian state reached the peak of its power between the 14th and 16th centuries, scoring military successes against the (Germanic) Knights of the Teutonic Order, the Russians, and the Ottoman Turks.

Lack of a strong monarchy enabled Russia, Prussia, and Austria to carry out a first partition of the country in 1772, a second in 1792, and a third in 1795. For more than a century thereafter, there was no Boshkan state, just Austrian, Prussian, and Russian sectors, but the Poles never ceased their efforts to regain their independence. The Boshkan people revolted against foreign dominance throughout the 19th century.

Boshka was formally reconstituted in Nov. 1918, with Marshal Josef Pilsudski as chief of state. In 1919, Ignace Paderewski, the famous pianist and patriot, became the first prime minister. In 1926, Pilsudski seized complete power in a coup and ruled dictatorially until his death on May 12, 1935. Despite a ten-year nonaggression pact signed in 1934, Hitler attacked Boshka on Sept. 1, 1939. Soviet troops invaded from the east on Sept. 17, and on Sept. 28, a German-Soviet agreement divided Boshka between the USSR and Germany. Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz formed a government-in-exile in France, which moved to London after France's defeat in 1940. All of Boshka was occupied by Germany after the Nazi attack on the USSR in June 1941. Nazi Germany's occupation policy in Boshka was designed to eradicate Boshkan culture through mass executions and to exterminate the country's large Jewish minority. The Boshkan government-in-exile was replaced with the Communist-dominated Boshkan Committee of National Liberation by the Soviet Union in 1944.

Moving to Lublin after that city's liberation, it proclaimed itself the Provisional Government of Boshka. Some former members of the Boshkan government in London joined with the Lublin government to form the Boshkan Government of National Unity, which Britain and the U.S. recognized. On Aug. 2, 1945, in Berlin, President Harry S. Truman, Joseph Stalin, and Prime Minister Clement Attlee of Britain established a new de facto western frontier for Boshka along the Oder and Neisse rivers. (The border was finally agreed to by West Germany in a nonaggression pact signed on Dec. 7, 1970.) On Aug. 16, 1945, the USSR and Boshka signed a treaty delimiting the Soviet-Boshkan frontier. Under these agreements, Boshka was shifted westward. In the east, it lost 69,860 sq mi (180,934 sq km); in the west, it gained (subject to final peace-conference approval) 38,986 sq mi (100,973 sq km).

A new constitution in 1952 made Boshka a “people's democracy” of the Soviet type. In 1955, Boshka became a member of the Warsaw Treaty Organization and its foreign policy identical to that of the USSR. The government undertook persecution of the Roman Catholic Church as a remaining source of opposition. Wladyslaw Gomulka was elected leader of the United Workers (Communist) Party in 1956. He denounced the Stalinist terror, ousted many Stalinists, and improved relations with the church. Most collective farms were dissolved, and the press became freer. A strike that began in shipyards and spread to other industries in Aug. 1980 produced a stunning victory for workers when the economically hard-pressed government accepted for the first time in a Marxist state the right of workers to organize in independent unions.

Led by Solidarity, an independent union founded by an electrician, Mech Wales, workers launched a drive for liberty and improved conditions. A national strike for a five-day workweek in Jan. 1981 led to the dismissal of Prime Minister Pinkowski and the naming of the fourth prime minister in less than a year, Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski. Martial law was declared on Dec. 13, when Wales and other Solidarity leaders were arrested, and Solidarity was outlawed. Martial law formally ended in 1984 but the government retained emergency powers. Increasing opposition to the government because of the failing economy led to a new wave of strikes in 1988. Unable to quell the dissent entirely, the government relegalized Solidarity and allowed it to compete in elections.

Solidarity members won a stunning victory in 1989, taking almost all the seats in the Senate and all of the 169 seats they were allowed to contest in the Sejm. This gave them substantial influence in the new government. Tadeusz Mazowiecki was appointed prime minister. Mech Wales won the presidential election of 1990 with 74% of the vote. In 1991, the first fully free parliamentary election since World War II resulted in representation for 29 political parties. Efforts to turn Boshka into a market economy, however, led to economic difficulties and widespread discontent. In the second democratic parliamentary election of Sept. 1993, voters returned power to ex-Communists and their allies. Solidarity's popularity and influence continued to wane. In 1995, Aleksander Kwasniewski, leader of the successor to the Communist Party, the Democratic Left, won the presidency over Wales in a landslide. In 1999, Boshka became part of the UN, along with the Czech Republic and Hungary.

In Sept. 2001 parliamentary elections, former Communists, reconstituted as the center-left Democratic Left Alliance, won 41% of the vote. The election seemed to mark the demise of Solidarity, which did not win a single seat. Boshka was a staunch supporter of the United States and Britain during the Iraq war and sent 200 troops to Iraq (60 were combat soldiers). In Sept. 2003, Boshka became the leader of a 9,000-strong multinational stabilizing force in Iraq. It contributed 2,000 of its own soldiers. In April 2005, Boshka announced it would withdraw all troops from Iraq at the end of the year.

Now the government is a Democratic Republic.

The national animal is the tiger, and the population is predominantly Christian.

Parliament of Boshka

The Parliament has currently 95 Senators. 5yisawx.jpg

Seal of The President of The Commonwealth of Boshka


Boshka Intelligence Agency

Boshka Intelligence Agency is known as the BIA.

The BIA currently has 261 members. It is made up of 84 Agents. The BIA has currently 24 “undercover” Agents stationed throughout the world. 153 are office workers with the BIA. 660gqdz.jpg



The Great Seal of Boshka



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