St Samuel

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The United Federal Kingdom of St Samuel
St Samuel1.gif


National flag Coat of Arms
Motto Semper Erit Samuel.
Capital Saint Maria
  - Official
  - Unofficial

Italian, Latin
  King -
  Prime Minister-
Federal Constitutional Monarchy
Justantine IV
Georgio De Molay

9,984,670 km²
3,854,085 sq mi
Region The United Federal Kingdom of St Samuel
 - Total (2007)

National animal
Currency Rudolph
International abbreviation STS
Internet TLD .sts
Calling Code +83

The United Federal Kingdom of St Samuel, or simply St Samuel, is a country centrally located in the Holdini Isles. It occupies around 50% of the Holdini island. St Samuel is bounded by the Holdinian Sea, the Gulf of Dominica and the Gulf of Holdinia. The neighbouring countries are South Thasland, Angkora and the Thas Coast to the west, Cookesland to the east, Fatir, Zanzibam, Rikers Isle, Wesmerica and Cymerica to the north and Nitramda to the south.

St Samuel is a massive and economically powerful nation. St Samuel is a federal constitutional monarchy and is made up of 136 provinces, 19 emirates and 1 protectorate. The current monarch is King Justantine IV.

Its has a hard-nosed population of 2.144 billion, who are fiercely patriotic and enjoy great social equality. It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent government stops and the rest of society begins, but it devotes most of its attentions to Law & Order, with areas such as Social Welfare and Religion & Spirituality receiving almost no funds by comparison. The average income tax rate is 77%, and even higher for the wealthy. A powerhouse of a private sector is led by the Automobile Manufacturing, Uranium Mining, and Woodchip Exports industries.

St Samuel's national animal is the eagle, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its currency is the rudolph. The name Saint Samuel originates from the Italian saint, who was sent by the pope to evangelise the people of the land in the year 22AD.

St Samuel is a United Nations member and a member of the Grand Imperial Alliance.


Fendini Period

The earliest civilization to appear around the Holden isles was the Fendini civilization in modern day Della Cruz Island, which lasted approximately from 2700 BC to 1450 BC, and on the on the Holden mainland from ca. 2800 BC to 2100 BC.

Little specific information is known about the Fendini. They were primarily a mercantile people engaged in overseas trade, taking advantage of the land's rich natural resources. Timber at that time was an abundant natural resource that was commercially exploited and exported to nearby lands.

Although the causes of their demise are uncertain, they were eventually invaded by the Sambini's from mainland Holden. Their invasion took place around 1400 BC.

Sambini Period

Sambini Holdinia, also known as Bronze Age Holdinia. It lasted from the arrival of the Holdini's in the east around 1600 BC to the collapse of their Bronze Age civilization around 1100 BC.

Sambini civilization was dominated by a warrior aristocracy. Around 1400 BC the Sambini extended their control to Della Cruz, center of the Fendini civilization.

Around 1100 BC the Sambini civilization collapsed. Numerous cities were sacked and the region entered what historians see as a dark age. During this period Holdinia experienced a decline in population and literacy. The Sambini themselves have traditionally blamed this decline on an invasion by another wave of Holdini people, the Zizonians, although there is scant archaeological evidence for this view.

By far the most renowned of the Sambini peoples was a great warrior named Holden (Pronounced 'Oo' 'Dan'). Sambini myths say that Holden led the Sambini in a thousand wars and slayed the Great Beast of the Dark God.

Dark Ages

The Holdinian Dark Ages (ca. 1200 BC–800 BC) refers to the period of Holdinian history from the presumed Zizonian invasion and end of the Sambini civilization in the 11th century BC to the rise of the first Holdini city-states in the 9th century BC.

The collapse of the Sambini coincided with the fall of several other large empires in the near east. The cause may be attributed to an invasion of the sea people wielding iron weapons. When the Zizonians came down into central Holdinia from the northern lands, they also were equipped with superior iron weapons, easily dispersing the already weakened Sambini's. The period that follows these events is collectively known as the Holdini Dark Ages.

Archaeology shows a collapse of civilization in the Holdini world in this period. The great palaces and cities of the Sambini were destroyed or abandoned. Around this time the Holdini city states came to prominence. Each city was independent, at least in theory. Some cities might be subordinate to others (a colony traditionally deferred to its mother city), some might have had governments wholly dependent upon others, but the titularly supreme power in each city was located within that city. This meant that when Holdinia went to war, it took the form of an alliance going to war. It also gave ample opportunity for wars within Holdinia between different cities.

Two major wars shaped the Ancient Holdini world. The Appilysians revolted from the Pellinese Empire and were supported by many of the Holdini cities, eventually led by Siona.

In order to prosecute the war, and subsequently to defend Holdinia from further Pellina attack, Siona founded the Holdini League 477 BC. Initially, each city in the League would contribute ships and soldiers to a common army, but in time Siona allowed (and then compelled) the smaller cities to contribute funds so that it could supply their quota of ships. Revolution from the League could be punished. Following military reversals against the Pellinese, the treasury was moved from Depria to Siona, further strengthening the latter's control over the League. The Holdini League was eventually referred to pejoratively as the Sionian Empire.

In 458 BC, while the Pellinese Wars were still ongoing, war broke out between the Holdini League and the Ridian League 447 BC.

That peace, it was stipulated, was to last thirty years: instead it held only until 431 BC, with the onset of the Ridian in 421 BC, with the signing of the Depria Treaty. The Sionan general, Hostimus recommended that his city fight a defensive war, avoiding battle against the superior land forces led by Ossia, and importing everything needful by maintaining its powerful navy: Siona would simply outlast Ossia. This strategy required that Siona endure regular sieges, and in 430 BC it was visited with an awful plague which killed approximately a quarter of its people, including Hostimus. With Hostimus gone, less conservative elements gained power in the city and Siona went on the offensive. It captured 1000–2000 Ossian warriors at the Battle of Dumbaria. This represented a significant fraction of the Ossian fighting force which the latter decided it could not afford to lose. Meanwhile, Siona had suffered humiliating defeats at Corum and Perria. The Depria Treaty concluded with Ossia recovering its hostages and Siona recovering the city of Perria.

Those who signed the Depria Treaty in 421 BC swore to uphold it for fifty years. The second stage of the Ridian War began in 415 BC when Siona embarked on the Verina Expedition to support an ally (Tirrium) attacked by Addia and to conquer Verina. Initially, Ossia was not going to aid its ally, but Addigga, the Sionan general who had argued for the Verina Expedition, defected to the Ossian cause upon being accused of grossly impious acts and convinced them that they could not allow Siona to subjugate Addia. The campaign ended in disaster for the Sionians. Sionas' western possessions rebelled with the support of Ossia, as advised by Addigga. In 411 BC, an oligarchical revolt in Siona held out the chance for peace, but the Sionian navy, which remained committed to the democracy, refused to accept the change and continued fighting in Sionas' name. The navy recalled Addigga (who had been forced to abandon the Ossian cause after reputedly seducing the wife of King Quaytan of Ossia, and made him its head. The oligarchy in Siona collapsed and Addigga proceeded to reconquer what had been lost.

In 407 BC, Addigga was replaced following a minor naval defeat at the Battle of Basram. The Ossian general Orumia, having fortified his city's naval power, won victory after victory. Following the Battle of Tintana, which Siona won but was prevented by bad weather from rescuing some of its sailors, Siona executed or exiled eight of its top naval commanders. Orumia followed with a crushing blow at the Battle of Etumpossia in 405 BC which virtually destroyed the Sionian fleet. Siona surrendered one year later, ending the Ridian War.

The war had left devastation in its wake. Discontent with the Ossia hegemony that followed (including the fact that it ceded western Holdini to the Pellinese Empire, induced the Batikans to attack. Their general, Sarinya, crushed Ossia at the Battle of Uda in 371 BC, inaugurating a period of Batika dominance in Holdini. In 346 BC, unable to prevail in its ten year war with Creppia, Batika called upon King Andevis of Tarracorum for aid. Tarracorum and Batika quickly conquered the exhausted cites of Holdinia. The basic unit of politics from that point was the empire, and the Batikan Age had begun.

Batikan Period

The Batikan period of Holdini history begins from around 323 BC and ends with the annexation of the Holdini peninsula and islands by the Roman Empire in 267 BC. Although the establishment of Roman rule did not break the continuity of Batikan society and culture, which remained essentially unchanged until the advent of Christianity, it did mark the end of Holdini political independence. During the Batikan period the importance of "Holdinia proper" within the Holdini-speaking world declined sharply. The great centres of Batika culture were Batika and Siggana.

In 301BC the Batikan's made Syracorsia (Now modern day Saint Maria) it's administrative capital.

Siona and her allies revolted against Batika upon hearing that King Ionia had died, but was defeated within a year in the Dosian War. Meanwhile, a struggle for power broke out among Ionia's generals.

Batikan control of the Holdini city-states was intermittent, with a number of revolts. Siona, Sedos, Narravium and other Holdini states retained substantial independence, and joined the Eastern League as a means of defending it. The Goddacia League, was in effect independent, and controlled most of southern Holdini. Ossia also remained independent, but generally refused to join any league.

In 298 BC Xerontiz (King of Pellina) persuaded the Holdini cities to revolt against Batika, in what became the Arcdiria War, after the Sionian leader Arcdiria. The cities were defeated and Siona lost her independence and her democratic institutions. This marked the end of Siona as a political actor, although it remained the largest, wealthiest and most cultivated city in Holdinia. In 286 BC Batika defeated the Pellinese fleet at Jupp and brought the Della islands, under its rule as well.

Ossia remained hostile to the Goddacian, and in 284 BC invaded Goddacia and seized control of the League. The remaining Goddacians preferred distant Batika to nearby Ossia, and allied with the former. In 279 BC the Batikan army defeated the Ossians and annexed their city—the first time Ossia had ever been occupied by a another power.

King Dakkis of Batika was the last Holdini ruler with both the talent and the opportunity to unite Holdinia and preserve its independence against the ever-increasing power of Rome. Under his auspices the Sempina Treaty (276 BC) brought conflict between Batika and the Holdini leagues to an end, and at this time he controlled all of Holdinia except Siona, Sedos and Narravium.

In 274 BC, however, Dakkis formed an alliance with Rome's enemy, the Carthaginians. Rome promptly lured the Goddacian cities away from their nominal loyalty to Dakkis, and formed alliances with Sedos and Narravium, now the strongest power in southern Holdinia. The First Batika War broke out in 270 BC, and ended inconclusively in 268, but Batika was now marked as an enemy of Rome.

In 267 BC the Second Batika War broke out for obscure reasons, but basically because Rome saw Batika as a potential ally for any of Rome's enemies. Dakkis' allies in Holdinia deserted him and in 262 BC he was decisively defeated at the Battle of Arberra by the Roman General, Flamingis.

Roman Conquest of Holdinia

The Roman's had first began trading with the city states in around 350 BC and in 274 BC Rome invaded Batika for allying itself with the Carthaginians. The first war lasted only until 268 BC with no clear victor.

Then in 267 BC the Roman Republic invaded the Holdini Isles for a second time, beggining the Second Batikan War. Under Claudius Verincium the Roman legions, numbering around 40,000 landed on the northern coast. General Verincium also found support from the Goddacians, Sedos and Narravium, all city states discontent with Batikan rule.

In the first year of the war the Roman's conqoured much of modern day northern St Samuel. Verincium then took a force westwards subduing tribes and capturing the city of Shangkor, Batika's third main city. The Ninth Legion (Under General Flamingis) was sent east towards Siggana and within four years the Ninth Legion had not only conqoured Siggana but also much of the North-East.

Verincium, leading the Fourth Legion continued on from Shangkor, towards Batika's second city, Batika. At the battle of Batika Plains, the Fourth Legion defeated the Batikan army led by the King's brother, Velda, who retreated back to the city walls. The Roman's laid siege to the city and after a year long siege the city fell to the Roman forces. Velda, rather than being captured took his own life by charging the Roman forces alone.

In 262 BC King Dakkis lead a huge Batikan army north where he met a smaller Roman army at the Battle of Pioldia. The Batikans were victorious and Dakkis led his men on towards the city of Shangkor. Upon hearing the news General Flamingis moved his army to meet Dakkis at Arberra. The Romans superior archers and artillery caused havoc at the Battle of Arberra and the Roman forces destroyed the Kings army.

King Dakkis fled back to the capital, Syracorsia. By 261 BC a huge Roman army, numbering 30,000 Roman soldiers and 100,000 Holdini warriors, led by General Verincium marched on Syracorsia. The Batikans mounted a brave fight against the Romans but were defeated by the large Roman force. King Dakkis attempted to flee the city as it was being sieged but was caught by Roman soldiers. Dakkis was sent to Rome where he was executed.

With Dakkis dead, the Batikan empire crumbled with no clear leader. Most of the Holdini Isles paid alliegance to the Roman's, but a resistance was led by Iorgordus and Exidius, sons of the late king of the Dakkis. Iorgordus was killed at the Battle of Yepria in 251 BC leaving his brother Exidius to lead the resistance. Exidius based himself in the west of Holdinia, where he scored some minor victories against the Romans, but by 247 BC, he had been pushed further west into Pellinese territory.

The Pellinese leader, King Vaximax was persuaded to support Exidius and by 244 BC the Roman's and Pellinese were at war. General Brutus Arcadium led a huge Roman army west against the Pellinese and after a ten year campaign had conqoured the west of Holdinia. The next target for the Roman's was the strategic island of Della. Brutus' army sailed to the island where he fought the Pellinese for a further four years before gaining victory.

In 218 BC Brutus then led a third campaign to the island of Pellina. The invasion was a disaster and within two months the Roman's fled back to the Holdini Isles defeated. Brutus returned the next year for another campaign and faired somewhat better, but still sustained large loses. After three years the campaign was called off due to high loses.

Roman Period

In 262 BC, Holdinia officially became a Roman province, with its capital at Syracorsia. The Romans divided the region into four smaller provinces Holdinia Prima, Holdinia Secunda, Sanctorum, Valdarium. The rest of the Holdini city-states gradually and eventually paid homage to Rome ending their de jure autonomy as well. The Romans left local administration to the Holdini's without making any attempt to abolish traditional political patterns.

Overall, Holdinia prospered through the Roman period with many Roman customs and habits influencing the region. Many fantastic Roman structures were built across the lands including primitive sewage systems, heating systems and paved roads.

Roman Trade & Industry

By the time of the Roman occupation, Holdinia's exports included gold, iron, lead, silver, jet, marble and pearls which were all exploited by the Romans in Holdinia along with more everyday commodities such as hunting dogs, animal skins, timber, wool and slaves. Foreign investment created a vigorous domestic market and imports were often of exotic Continental items such as fine pottery, olive oil, lavastone querns, glassware, garum and fruit.

Mineral extraction sites such as the Dunqtassia gold mine, the Ebbleden ironworking zone and the lead and silver mines of the Ullheim Hills seem to have been private enterprises leased from the government for a fee. Although mining had long been practised in Holdinia, the Romans introduced new technical knowledge and large-scale industrial production to revolutionise the industry. Many prospecting areas were in dangerous, upland country, and, although mineral exploitation was presumably one of the main reasons for the Roman invasion, it had to wait until these areas were subdued.

By the time the Roman's left the Holdini Isles, Holdinia's economy was diverse and well-established, with commerce extending into non-Romanised areas.

Pontina Period 20BC - 138AD

During the decline of Roman power in the Holdini Isles, around 20 BC, King Francisco Pontina of Ossia, united southern Holdinia and declared itself independant from Roman rule. With internal problems in Rome, the local Roman garrisons were unable to supress Pontina's rebellion.

In what became known as the Pontina War, soon Pontina was receiving requests from northern Holdini states for help in over throwing Roman rule. Pontina's united Holdini force was too much for the Romans and by 12BC the Romans had left Holdinia. Pontina declared himself King of Holdinia and had a new capital city built, Francisco.

By this period the Pellinese controlled the Della Isles and in 9BC, Pontina invaded the islands and claimed the islands back. This led to a 6 year war known as the 1st Pellinese-Holdinia War. During this time Rome sent forces to try and claim back parts of Holdinia but were repelled by the far superior forces of Holdinia.

In 42 AD, Luatillian, a Christian missionary established a mission in Deo Vindice, outside of Francisco. In 44AD Saint Samuel, a Christian missionary came to the Holdini Isles to spread the word of Christ. Samuel was succesful in bringing King Sethius to the faith and in 46AD Sethius declared the nation a Christian state. The Church of Holden (CoH) was founded and Samuel became the Archbishop of Francisco and head of CoH.

Sethius became so devout he sent his young son, Lympus to a mission in Barrinnia to be raised as a true christian. Sethius further gave the CoH more powers and requested that Bishops become his Royal advisors.

In 96AD King Francisco II declared war on the Pellinese starting the 2nd Pellinese-Holdinian War. The war lasted 12 years ending in 108AD conqouring the island. Francisco II died in 111AD and his son Octavius became King. Octavius led a 3rd Pellinese-Holdinia War on the Island of Samah but suffered huge loses during a 5 year campaign.

The Pellinese returned to Pellina in 118AD where they defeated the Holdinian forces at the Battle of Abbyssa, during which King Octavius was killed in battle.

Octavius' brother Solanicca became King and had to deal with a Pellinese invasion in Western Holdinia. Solanicca's forces managed to repel the invaders and a treaty between Holdinia and Pellina was signed.

King Solanicca became celebrated by the people in his early years but he later became an unstable, oppressive leader and fell out with the Church of Holden.

In 129AD Solanicca had Archbishop Ordius executed for treason and had his troops burn every church in Holdinia. This day became known as Dark Sunday.

The War of the Cross

Many priests and monks went into hiding and for the next few years Solanicca had anyone he remotely believed was a Christian executed.

Maximus Antonio Eades, an Ossian govenor and firm follower of Christ began an uprising and soon priests, monks and christians came to Ossia seeking protection from the crazed King. The exiled Church of Holden showed full support for Maximus and his rebellion. Eades led his army into battle in Kosseum where he defeated an army sent by Solanicca. Maximus became known as Eades the White and had victory after victory over the King's armies.

In 138AD Solanicca was assassinated by his most trusted general, Lysander. Lysander's followers named Lysander King, but the CoH called for Eades the White to be crowned King. Lysander and Eades met on the battle field in Lussia where Eades was victorious. Two more smaller battles took place before Lysander was finally killed and Eades was crowned King of Holdinia by the Archbishop of Francisco in 140AD.

The Eades Dynasty and the Greater Holdinia Period

Maximus Antonio Eades 'The White' 140AD -

Once King Eades was crowned King he announced that the province of Saint Holden would be named an independant state and run by the Archbishop. King Eades made Syracorsia the new capital of Greater Holdinia, which he had renamed Saint Maria after Mary Magdalene the devoted disciple of Jesus.

In 146AD King Eades divided the kingdom between Lord Knights that remained loyal to him during the war.

The First War of Greater Holdinia

In 1018 the much loved and popular King Georgi died. Five years prior to his death he adopted a baby boy, whom he named Vincenzo. Vincenzo, was crowned King at the tender age of five and the running of the country was given to the Knight's of the King's Chamber

Lord Niclas Du Pont was made Regent of Southern Holdinia, Lord Marcus Avia-Di-Monde was made Regent of Central Holdinia and Lord Loui Della Miarma was made Regent of Northern Holdinia.

Soon the internal ramblings between Regents led to a break down and by the winter of 1021, Regent Du Pont had stopped talking to Regent Della Miarma and Southern Holdinia was being run as it's own country.

The Knight's Chamber became concearned and called for all parties to explain themselves to the Chamber. But two day's before the meeting an assasination attempt was made on the life of 9 year old King Vincenzo. The attempt on his life was stopped by the Royal Knights of the King, who caught the would be assasin in the King's Chamber room.

Many pointed fingers at Regent Du Pont and a day later this was all but confirmed when Regent Du Pont announced that he no longer pledged his loyalties to a King who was not of royal blood and declared himself Emperor of Southern Holdinia. As his first act as Emperor he declared war on Greater Holdinia in order to remove the pretender King.

The Knight's Chamber were in outrage. Both Regent's Avia-Di-Monde and Della Miarma of Central and Northern Holdinia pledged there loyalties to the young King and vowed to protect King Vincenzo.

What followed was a 34 year long Civil War. The war swayed with both sides gaining the upper hand over the years. At the age of 18, power of Greater Holdinia was finally handed to King Vincenzo, who praised Regent's Avia-Di-Monde and Della Miarma by retaining them as his most trusted aides. Vincenzo himself was soon leading his army into battle and soon had a thirst for war.

But this thirst for war was to be the death of him when Lord Arberini of Barrington betrayed him at the Battle of Drummond Bridge in 1048. Arberini, who was Lord Protector of the Barrington province had followed the King's banner to battle, and during the battle, Arberini, whose forces had held back, turned on the King and his guard. Out of fifty, only two of the Royal Knights of the King survived after fighting valiantly to protect there master, who himself was hacked too death by Arberini's men.

Lord Arberini declared the Barrington province independant from Greater Holdinia and allied itself with Southern Holdinia. With no King on the throne a number of provinces began to sway towards independance. Soon the Glendale and Stamford provinces declared themselves independant. Over the next eight years many provinces of central Holdinia declared themselves independant after being promised support by the Southern Holdinia Empire. The lure of not having to pay taxes to the King proved too much for some provincial governors.

With the country in ruins after losing nearly 50% of it's provinces and no King on the throne, the Knights Chamber called for an end to the Civil War, which had raged on for 34 years. Days later the Knight's Chamber announced that a suitable King had been found and on the 29th of May 1056, Eduardo Issia (Son of King Georgi's second cousin) was crowned King of St Samuel.

It was decided by the Knight's Chamber that the Kingdom should be given a new name to dis-associate from Holdinia and St Samuel was the Knight's choice, named after Saint Samuel, who was sent to the region in 22AD to spread the word of christ.

The European Colonisation Period

In 1569, England, Germany and France saw the wealth that the Holdini Islands had to offer and the St Samuel crown in disarray, the European powers began to take a keen interest in St Samuel affairs. By the end of the year 1569, St Samuel and the Southern Holdinia Empire were once more at war. St Samuel began to receive help from the English and French, whilst the Southern Holdinia Empire received support from the Holy Roman Empire (Germany).

By mid 1570, the Southern Holdinia Empire had become a protectorate of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1574 King Marco Vanagon of St Samuel died and there was dispute as to who should replace him. His adopted son, Sean-Paul was crowned King of St Samuel, but two further claimants came forward. Marco’s nephew, Antonius Vanagon and Marco’s cousin Henrique Le Rantain both came forward and staked there claim to the crown. King Sean-Paul ordered Antonius and Henrique to be arrested for treason, but both men escaped capture and rallied support.

Henrique’s claim was supported by France whilst Sean-Paul gained support from the English. Antonius eventually found support from Sweden. In payment for there support each countries took large portions of land. Henrique and the French claimed western St Samuel, Antonius and the Swedish the east and Sean-Paul and the English central and south.

A number of large battles took place throughout 1575 and 1576, but in 1577 the three King’s met in Veoncy and signed a peace treaty, in order to face the invasion of Southern Holdinia and the Holy Roman Empire in the south. From the late 1500's to the mid 1600's, St Samuel saw hundreds and thousands of European settlers come to St Samuel and this is still evident today, with English, French, Spanish and Swedish architecture and language common place all around the region.

It wasn’t until 1632 that St Samuel was re-united when Nathaniel Gallantara rose up against the foreign forces in his land. Gallantara stormed the Royal palace where, the King’s bodyguard turned against the then King Mariano Vanagon and backed Gallantara, who went onto kill Mariano. Nathaniel was pronounced King of all St Samuel. King Wladyslaw IV Vasa of Sweden signed a treaty to give back Swedish claimed land to St Samuel whilst King Charles I of England backed Nathaniel’s claim to the St Samuel crown and recognised his rule. However King Louis XIII of France refused to recognise Nathaniel’s claim and declared war on St Samuel, announcing western St Samuel, French territory.

The English supported St Samuel in it’s war against the French and King Charles I agreed to give back all territory on the grounds that Nathaniel marry his daughter, Princess Elizabeth Stuart. King Nathaniel also received huge support from Spain and in 1639, the war between St Samuel and France saw the largest battle of the sage when the Samuelonian General, Lord Salvatore Van Lasona fielded an army 200,000 men strong, from St Samuel, England, Spain and Sweden at Welsona Fields.

By the mid 1640's French rule in St Samuel was drying up and it was France's new king, Louis XIV, in 1645 gave up on French lands in St Samuel, ending the St Samuel War of Independence.

St Samuel In World War I

Soldiers from 1st Royal St Samuel Division in England 1915

When the United Kingdom declared war on Germany at the start of the First World War, the St Samuel government followed without hesitation, despite its geographic isolation. It was believed at the time that any declaration of war by the United Kingdom automatically included St Samuel.

The total number of St Samuel troops and nurses to serve overseas in 1914-1918, were 1,103,000. St Samuel suffered 116,637 deaths and 341,317 were wounded during the war. Approximately a further five thousand men died within five years of the war's end, as a result of injuries sustained,

Battle of Gallipoli

On 25 April 1915, as part of the St Samuel, New Zealand and Australian Division, the St Samuelonians landed at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, and fought in the Battle of Gallipoli under the command of British General Alexander Godley. The combined British Empire and French operation was mounted in order to eventually capture the Ottoman capital of Constantinople (now Istanbul). Because of a navigational error, the Allies came ashore about a mile north of the intended landing point in their initial landing. Instead of facing the expected beach and gentle slope they found themselves at the bottom of steep cliffs, offering the few Turkish defenders an ideal defensive position. Establishing a foothold, the Anzacs found an advance to be impossible.

Despite the blunder at Anzac Cove, the St Samuel soldiers fought valiantly throughout the campaign but it was a failed venture overall. The estimated casualties on both sides were 422,000 of whom 181,000 were killed, with St Samuel casualties of 5,721 dead and 8,852 wounded. The Allied forces eventually evacuated in December 1915 and early January 1916. The significance of the Battle of Gallipoli was strongly felt in St Samuel where it was the first great conflict experienced by the fledgling nation. Before Gallipoli the citizens of St Samuel were confident of the superiority of the British Empire and were proud and eager to offer their service. The campaign in Gallipoli shook that confidence.

Palestine Campaign

Back in Egypt, the St Samuel Expeditionary Force was reorganised into the Royal St Samuel Mounted Brigade and the Royal St Samuel Division (infantry). Reinforcements from St Samuel replaced the dead and wounded. The Royal St Samuel Mounted Brigade, 247 officers and 5,897 other ranks, remained in Egypt as part of the Anzac Mounted Division. In April 1916, it was deployed to the Sinai Peninsula where it took part in the ultimately successful Sinai and Palestine Campaign against the Turks. St Samuelonians fought in most of the battles leading up to the fall of Jerusalem and the defeat of the Ottoman Army, and were praised for their fighting alongside their Australian and British comrades.

Western Front

Divisions of the Royal St Samuel Division began transferring to France from Egypt in March 1916. The first Division to arrive was the 4th Division followed by the 1st Division later in March. 2nd and 5th Division left Egypt in June 1916 for France. The 3rd Division was in formed in St Samuel during March 1916 and it moved to England to train in July 1916. In December 1916 it moved to France, becoming the last division to do so. At first St Samuel divisions operated under the command of I Anzac Corps and II Anzac Corps, on 1 November 1917 the St Samuel divisions of the two ANZAC corps were all transferred into the St Samuel Corps.

Four Divisions of the Royal St Samuel Division saw action during the Battle of the Somme; the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th. The 5th was the first to see action during the Battle of Fromelles, the 5th was positioned on the right flank of the salient. During the Battle of Fromelles the 5th suffered 6,533 casualties effectively incapacitated the 5th for many months afterwards. The 1st Division entered the line on 18 July 1916, it took part in capturing the town of Pozieres at great cost suffering 4,285 casualties on its first tour of Pozières. The 2nd Division took over the sector on July 27 and General Leona, eager for progress, pressed for an immediate attack. By August 5 the brigades of the 2nd Division were exhausted and were to be relieved by the 4th Division.

Following the attack on Pozieres the St Samuelonians were called upon to attack Mouquet Farm the task fell to the 4th Division, which had already suffered 1,000 casualties resisting the final German counter-attack, but both the St Samuel 1st and 2nd Divisions would be called on again, followed once more by the 4th Division. The 2nd Division suffered 6848 casualties while the 4th suffered 3649. As that battle dragged on, the Canadian Corps took over from the St Samuelonians. During the Battle of the Somme the four St Samuel divisions suffered a total of 31,000 casualties. In October the 5th Division returned to the line and joined the 1st, 2nd and 4th Divisions on the Somme near Flers.

In March 1917 two flying coloumns from the 2nd and 5th Divisions pursued the German back to the Hindenburg Line and capturing the town of Bapaume. On 11 April 1917 the 4th Division assaulted the Hindenburg Line in the First Battle of Bullecourt. The battle was a disaster and 1570 St Samuel prisoners were taken by the German. In April the 1st and 2nd Divisions were struck by a large German counterattack near the town of Lagnicourt, the attack was repelled. On 3 May 1917 the 2nd Division took part in the Second battle of Bullecourt, holding the breach. Later that in May the 2nd Division was relieved by the 1st which was then relieved by the 5th.

St Samuel In World War II

See also Military History of St Samuel in World War II

St Samuel entered the Second World War after Prime Minister Benedicto Zarkozy declared war on Nazi Germany on the 3rd of September 1939. Politically, St Samuel had been a vocal opponent of European fascism and also the appeasement of those dictatorships, and national sentiment for a strong show of force was generally supported. Economic and defensive considerations also motivated the St Samuel involvement - reliance on Britain meant that if she were threatened, St Samuel would be too in terms of economic and defensive ties. There was also a strong sentimental link between the former British colony and the United Kingdom.

St Samuel provided personnel for service in the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy, the St Samuel Division of the Royal Navy was placed at the Admiralty's disposal and new medium bombers waiting in the United Kingdom to be shipped to St Samuel were made available to the RAF. The St Samuel Army contributed in total, around 740,000 troops, who served overseas for the Allied war effort, and an additional 300,000 men were armed for Home Guard duty. At its peak in July 1942, St Samuel had 754,549 men and women under arms (excluding the Home Guard) and by the war's end a total of 794,000 men and 10,000 women had served in the armed forces at home and overseas. The costs for the country were high - 111,625 killed.

Recent History

In 2007 the Union Saint Holden collapsed sparking The Second War of Greater Holdinia. The war ended in November 2008 with the signing of the Saint Maria Accord which saw all former members of the Union Of Saint Holden become either provinces or Emirates of St Samuel. St Samuel was renamed from a Kingdom to a United Federal Kingdom.

The Second War of Greater Holdinia



Central Saint Holden, island between the Holdonian Sea, Dominica Sea and San Eugenia Sea.


Generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Dominica coast.


Mostly flat plains or gently rolling hills in north and east; mountainous in the south.

Land use

arable land: 26.41% permanent crops: 9.09% other: 64.5%

Natural Resources

Uranium mining has long been St Samuel's dominant industry. There are a number of highly concentrated deposits of uranium in the provinces of Lillebourg, Harcourt, Richtenburg, De Biville and Bassenhaim. The main use for the uranium in the civilian sector is to fuel commercial nuclear power plants. Uranium is also used widely in the military sector for high-density penetrators, nuclear weapons, armor and fuel for naval ships.

Uranium, coal, petroleum, iron ore, lead, gold, tin, limestone, salt, clay, chalk, gypsum, potash, silica sand, slate, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorospar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land

Government and Politics

St Samuel is a federal constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy. The government, is composed of a Senate and a Chamber of Representatives. The former is made up of 115 directly elected politicians, one from every province, emirate and protectorate, the latter is a 460 elected seat chamber, four from every province, emirate and protectorate.

The King (currently Justantine IV) is the head of state, and through national voting a Prime Minister is elected, that have the confidence of the Chamber of Representatives to form the federal government. The King or Queen is the head of state and power is vested in the Prime Minister and other ministers and lords. National elections are held every 5 years.

The cabinet, including the Prime Minister, and other senior ministers collectively make up His Majesty's Government. These ministers are drawn from, and are responsible to, the House of Representatives. The Prime Minister appoints ministers to government posts, usually from senior members of their own party. Most ministers are members of, and answerable to, the House of Representatives. The remaining ministers are usually from the Lower House of Lords.

Country Name

conventional long form: United Federal Kingdom of Saint Samuel

conventional short form: St Samuel

abbreviation: STS

Former names: Greater Holdinia, Northern Holdinia, Kingdom of Saint Samuel

Govermnet Type

federal constitutional monarchy

Royal Family

The current King of St Samuel is King Justantine IV. His wife is Queen Isabella and he has four children, Prince Tristan, Princess Leonna, Princess Anne-Marie and Princess Coreena.

Kings & Queens of St Samuel

House of Issia

  • Eduardo Issia 1056 - 1073
  • Sebastien Issia 1073 - 1109
  • Alberto Issia 1109 - 1118
  • Justantine Issia III 1118 - 1133
  • Louis Issia 1133 - 1155
  • Fredderick Issia 1155 - 1167
  • Sebastien Issia 1167 - 1196
  • Carlos Issia 1196 - 1203
  • Ricardo Issia 1203 - 1207
  • Eduardo Issia 1207 - 1216

House of Castilla

  • Vitorio Castilla 1216 - 1229
  • Francisco Castilla 1229 - 1258
  • Leonardo 'The Great' Castilla 1258 - 1300
  • Omar 'The Wise' Castilla 1300 - 1339
  • Francisco Castilla 1339 - 1352
  • Titus Castilla 1352 - 1376

House of Montbasini

  • Christantius Montbasini 1376 - 1383
  • Eduardo Montbasini 1383 - 1399

House of Amavialli

  • Leonardo Amavialli 1399 - 1414
  • Dacius Amavialli 1414 - 1429
  • Francis 'The Great' Amavialli 1429 - 1455

House of Vanagon

  • Harold Vanagon 1455 - 1471
  • Leonardo Vanagon 1471 - 1502
  • Roberto Vanagon 1502 - 1533
  • Camillo Vanagon 1533 - 1550
  • Frederico Vanagon 1550 - 1574
  • Marco Vanagon 1574 - 1581
  • Sean-Paul Vanagon 1581 - 1597
  • Giovanni Vanagon 1597 - 1619
  • Mariano Vanagon 1619 - 1632

House of Gellantara

  • Nathaniel Gallantara 1632 - 1674
  • Phillipo Gallantara 1674 - 1676
  • Isthimas Gallantara 1676 - 1698
  • Masimo Gellantara 1698 - 1718
  • Seakul Gellantara 1718 - 1741

House of Fernandino

  • Isaac Fernandino 1741 - 1750
  • Oscar Fernandino 1750 - 1789
  • Louis Fernandino 1789 - 1818
  • Joseph Fernandino 1818 - 1831
  • Issabella Fernandino 1831 - 1835
  • Francis Fernandino 1835 - 1857

House of Saxony-Oliveira

  • Mariana Saxony-Oliveira 1857 - 1911
  • Claudius Saxony-Oliveira 1911 - 1964
  • Justantine IV Saxony-Oliveira 1964 -

Prime Minister

The current prime minister of St Samuel is Georgio De Molay of the Republican Party.


Political Parties

Republican Party - Georgios De Molay

Democratic Party - Hugo Le Marian

Liberal Party - Louis Fortinier

Socialist Party - Marcus De Ollia

Green Party - Yousef Al Mouzza

National Party - Quintus Mirrabella

Former Prime Ministers

Name Year in office Political Party
Oscar De Rittello 1721 - 1742 Republican Party
Giovanni Van Elton 1742 - 1743 Republican Party
Omar Di Vordio 1743 - 1754 Repblican Party
Francesco Cossinga 1754 - 1756 Repblican Party
Giuseppe Mettzagotti 1756 - 1757 Repblican Party
Antonio De Dioro 1757 - 1762 Repblican Party
Luigi Indioni 1762 - 1763 Liberal Party
Sidney Oscaroni 1763 - 1765 Repblican Party
Enrico Le Imranio 1765 - 1766 Repblican Party
Alessandro Jellapatti 1766 - 1768 Liberal Party
Oscar Van Eiotzzo 1768 - 1770 Liberal Party
Carlo Diaz 1770 - 1782 Liberal Party
Francis Di Biatto 1782 - 1783 Repblican Party
Roberto Sendiarno 1783 - 1790 Repblican Party
Andre Sendiarno 1790 - 1796 Repblican Party
Giovanni Van Vitti 1796 - 1801 Liberal Party
Francisco Xabinio 1801 - 1804 Liberal Party
Giovanni Leoni 1804 - 1806 Liberal Party
Enrico Della-Enrique 1806 - 1810 Repblican Party
Ricardo Frogmorino 1810 - 1814 Republican Party
Isaac Piedonte 1814 - 1818 Democratic Party
Ricardo Frogmorino 1818 - 1821 Republican Party
Isaac Piedonte 1821 - 1823 Democratic Party
Francis De Havardo 1823 - 1830 Republican Party
Sebastien Di Montello 1830 - 1835 Republican Party
Eduardo Frappatiana 1835 - 1840 National Party
Eduardo Frappatiana 1840 - 1845 National Party
Leonardo Francisco 1845 - 1850 Republican Party
Eduardo Frappatiana 1850 - 1855 National Party
Eduardo Frappatiana 1855 - 1860 National Party
Giovanni Palermo 1860 - 1865 Republican Party
Julius Olliozzo 1865 - 1870 Democratic Party
Nathaniel Fiorgio 1870 - 1875 Socialist Party
Oscar Della-I'da 1875 - 1880 Socialist Party
Oscar Della-I'da 1880 - 1885 Socialist Party
Oscar Della-I'da 1885 - 1890 Socialist Party
Sebastien Anna-Lionna 1890 - 1895 Republican Party
Sebastien Anna-Lionna 1895 - 1900 Republican Party
Sebastien Anna-Lionna 1900 - 1905 Republican Party
Ugo Ostanni 1905 - 1910 Democratic Party
Lorenzo Fortuno 1910 - 1915 Liberal Party
Leonardo Costa-Marino 1915 - 1920 Republican Party
Leonardo Costa-Marino 1920 - 1925 Republican Party
Leonardo Costa-Marino 1925 - 1930 Republican Party
Giuseppe De Ozzipione 1930 - 1935 National Party
Benedicto Zarkozy 1935 - 1940 Republican Party
Benedicto Zarkozy 1940 - 1945 Republican Party
Antonio Di Elaborado 1945 - 1950 Democratic Party
Mario Pozzella 1950 - 1955 Republican Party
Antonio Di Elaborado 1955 - 1960 Democratic Party
Giovanni Le Mons 1960 - 1965 Democratic Party
Giovanni Le Mons 1965 - 1970 Democratic Party
Marco De Pronte 1970 - 1975 Republican Party
Federico Conta-Fallingo 1975 - 1980 Republican Party
Federico Conta-Fallingo 1980 - 1985 Republican Party
Luigi Vannetto 1985 - 1990 Democratic Party
Georgio De Molay 1990 - 1995 Republican Party
Georgio De Molay 1995 - 2000 Republican Party
Georgio De Molay 2000 - 2005 Republican Party
Georgio De Molay 2005 - Republican Party


Saint Maria

Administrative divisions

St Samuel is divided into 136 provinces, 19 emirates and 1 protectorate. The first 40 provinces' is named after the Knight to whom received the land in 1044 from the King of St Samuel.

The provinces

The Emirates

Other Territories


National Holidays

St Samuel's day, 22nd of November - Patron Saint of St Samuel, National holiday

Legal System

The judicial system is based on civil law. The highest court in the land is the Royal Court.



At the March 2007 St Samuel Census, the countries population was 2,144,000,000. The current population growth rate is estimated to be 0.43%.

Life Expectancy

Male: 90.7 years Female: 94.2 years

Population Growth Rate

0.42% (2007 est.)


noun: Samuel(s) adjective: Samuelonian

Migration and Ethnicity

St Samuel has historically been subject to many invasions and migrations. Present day Samuels are descended mainly from the varied ethnic stocks that settled there before the eleventh century.

Latin: 64%, Arab: 11%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 5%, Mixed: 11%, Asian: 4%

Immigration to St Samuel

Immigration to the United Federal Kingdom of St Samuel is the movement of non-residents to St Samuel.

There were 1,361,221 immigrants who were granted legal residence in 2006, up from 600,982 in 1987, 849,807 in 2000, and 1,122,373 in 2005. The top ten sending countries in 2006, by country of birth were, South Thasland - 184,372, Cookesland - 112,412, Fatir - 96,753, Zahria - 88,921, Wesmerica - 63,455, Cymerica - 59,769, Angkora - 56,831, Zanzibam - 42,101, Thas Coast - 37,437, Jerusalem - 27,232.

(Excluding 1 million Temparlians who were granted asylum in 2006.)


Officially, St Samuel remains a Christian country. This is reflected throughout Samuel public life – for instance there is an established church in St Samuel. The Head of State is a Christian monarch crowned by an Archbishop in Saint Maria. St Samuel society could be said to belong to the Christian tradition, and the majority of people in St Samuel, 52%, identify themselves as Christian.

Islam is the second most popular religion in St Samuel with an estimated 34% of the population associating themselves with the religion.

Religon Population Percentage
Roman Catholic 1,114,880,000 52%
Muslim 728,960,000 34%
Orthodox Christian 278,720,000 13%
Buddhism 8,576,000 0.4%
Hinduism 6,432,000 0.3%
Sikhism 4,288,000 0.2%
Judaism 2,144,000 0.1%




The official language of St Samuel is English. However, Latin, Italian, Arabic, Spanish and Hungarian are still spoken through out parts of the country, especially in the south-west, where Latin is more prominent than English and the Van Hollburg province's main language is Hungarian, whilst the western island is predomantley Arabic speaking.


St Samuel has been a seminal place for many important artistic and intellectual movements that spread throughout the Holdini islands and beyond. Perhaps St Samuel's greatest cultural achievements lie in its long artistic heritage, which is often validated through the names of Comoros, Lewini, Van der Froy, de Massio, Llewelyn, Caprici, de Lowe and Morsini, among many others. Beyond art, St Samuel's contributions to the realms of literature, science, and music cannot be overlooked.

From folk music to classical, music has always played an important role in St Samuel culture. St Samuel provides many of the very foundations of the classical music tradition. Some of St Samuel's most famous composers include Rudolcia, Kampricci, Zangort, Pollis, Humannia, de Ranqoir, Jossillia and de la Penne. The most popular music nowadays is classical/opera Latin/Italian and also Latin rock music is becoming increasingly more popular.

Public Holidays

Date Name
January 1 New Year's Day
Varies Islamic New Year
January 6 Epiphany Day
January 7 Orthodox Christmas Day
Varies Ash Wednesday
Varies Holy Thursday
Varies Good Friday
Varies Easter Saturday
Varies Easter Sunday
Varies Easter Monday
July 28 Veterans Day (Honors veterans of St Samuel's armed forces)
November 1 All Saint's Day
Varies Eid ul-Adha
Varies Eid ul-Fitr
November 22 St Samuel's Day (Patron Saint of St Samuel)
December 24 Christmas Eve
December 25 Christmas
December 26 St Stephen's Day (or Boxing Day)

Animals & Fauna

Dolphins being trained in Mine detection by the Royal St Samuel Navy


St Samuel's waters are believed to be home to the largest number of dolphins in the wild and in captivity. Dolphins have always been a much loved animal in St Samuel and in 1584 King Sean-Paul of St Samuel made the fishing of dolphins a criminal offence. He went even further one year later incorporating two dolphins into his royal coat of arms and then announced that the criminal act of dolphin fishing carried the death penalty.

The death penalty for dolphin fishing is still in place today, however the last person to face the death penalty for fishing dolphins was Edgar Norman Vianni in 1906, when he was caught with a haul of dolphins on his fishing boat off the north coast.

There are strict laws in place for dolphins kept in captivity and this is strongly monitored by the ISSDPA (Institute of St Samuel Dolphin Protection Agency). The St Samuel Royal Navy also work closely with the ISSDPA, monitoring St Samuel waters for illegal dolphin fishing.

The Royal St Samuel Navy train Bottlenose Dolphins as military dolphins for wartime tasks such as locating sea mines or detecting and marking enemy divers. St Samuel's program is the Royal St Samuel Navy Marine Mammal Program, located in Port Coté d'Ilmar, Cherbourg Province.

St Samuel has 464 dolphin entertainment centres where tourists can visit the centres and watch dolphins perform, in many of the centres visitors can also perform with the dolphins. Direct interaction with dolphins in St Samuel is used in the therapy of severely handicapped children and adults, and many report it as having a highly positive effect.

In St Samuel fishing folk law it is said to be a sign of good luck and a healthy haul if dolphins appear near there boats. In the town of Avia-Le-Mans in southern St Samuel, a pod of Bottlenose Dolphins is known to drive fish towards fishermen who stand at the beach in shallow waters. One dolphin will then roll over, which the fishermen take as sign to throw out their nets. The dolphins feed on the escaping fish. The dolphins were not trained for this behaviour and the collaboration has been going on at least since 1847.

St Samuel's waters is also home to the White Bottle Nosed species of dolphins and is the only waters that this species have been reported in. The population of White Bottle Nosed dolphins living in the wild in St Samuel has been estimated to be around 40,000.


Samuel's are renowned for their love of sports. Their zeal for sports events is, indeed, no less than legendary; from the gladatorial games, to the Park of King's, where prestigious football clubs compete regularly, the impact that sports has had on St Samuel culture is enduring and undeniable. In the north-east the popularity of winter sports grows. By far the nations number one sport is football, which dominates every single, village town and city. Other popular sports include rugby, cricket, auto racing, baseball, athletics and boxing, among others.

St Samuel Football Association

Union of Saint Holden Cricket Council

St Samuel Cricket Council

St Samuel Armed forces

Royal St Samuel Navy

There are six components to the operating forces of the St Samuel Navy: Northern Fleet, Eastern Fleet, Southern Fleet, Western Fleet, Central Fleet and Rapid Reaction Fleet.

  • 4 SDC-3 Atlantis Class Trimaran Super Dreadnaughts
  • 5 SDC-4 Overlord Class Trimaran Super Dreadnaughts
  • 12 Ajax Class Battleships
  • 2 Orel Ul'yanovsk Class Carriers
  • 30 Oliver Hazard Perry Class Carriers
  • 2 Dauntless Class Heavy Battleships
  • 11 Duke Class Air Defence Frigates
  • 13 Arleigh Burke Class Missile Destroyers
  • 16 Victoria Class Long-Range Patrol Submarines
  • 2 SSN-688 Los Angeles Class Submarines
  • 10 SMI-1 Dolphin Class Submarines
  • 2 SMI-2 Nautilus Class Submarines
  • 4 SMI-3 Hunter Class Submarines
  • 8 Seawolf Class Attack Submarines
  • 8 Ticonderoga Class Missile Cruisers
  • 4 Gepard Class Frigates
  • 38 Scorpion Patrol Crafts
  • 6 Kitty Hawk class Air Craft Carriers
  • 5 Enterprise class Air Craft Carriers
  • 2 x Bear Class Supercarrier

St Samuel Royal Marine Corp

The St Samuel Royal Marine Corps (SSRMC) are the marines and amphibious infantry of the St Samuel Royal Navy and are responsible for providing power projection from the sea, utilizing the mobility of the St Samuel Navy to rapidly deliver combined-arms task forces.

St Samuel Royal Navy Serpent Corp

The St Samuel Royal Navy Serpent Corp are the Special Operations Forces of the St Samuel Navy, employed in unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, direct action, Counter-Terrorism, hostage rescue, and special reconnaissance operations.


Royal St Samuel Airforce

See Royal St Samuel Airforce

Brands and Companies

Diplomatic Missons

The following nations are those that have diplomatic relations with the United Federal Kingdom of St Samuel.

Nation Mission Type Chief Official
The Republic of Kanami Embassy Elanore Jensen
The Federal Republic of New Brittonia Embassy Sarah Elaine Johanson
The United Socialist States of Corbournne Embassy Robert Fowler
The Constitutional Monarchy of United kingdom2 Embassy Sir Robert Lee
The Dark Empire of Shazbotdom Embassy Unknown
The Constitutional Monarchy of Altanar Embassy Jerian Karinas
The PDSR of Ariddia Embassy Comrade Frédéric Stadijciuc
Kingdom of Weyr Embassy Saya Ferl Akimoto
Danaan High Kingdom of the Resurgent Dream Embassy Hachtel Saal
The Czarist Republic of West Corinthia Embassy Aleksei Kostya
The Free Socialist People of The Marxist State Embassy Steven Howard
Allied States of Nuralla Consulate Xander Vode
United Osea Republic Embassy David Carvhalle
The Virginian Federation of Tonissia Embassy Jack McGrew
The Grand Duchy of Mousehold Heath Embassy Citizeness Gwenythe
The Federation of Angaor Embassy Trey Lockwood
The Grand Duchy of Aunesia Embassy Roger Malak
The United States of Cookesland Embassy Matthew Verdente
The Dominion of Vetaka Embassy Hannah Susan Mills
The Dominion of Sendersdale and Greater Colonies Embassy Sir Edgar Poe Allen
The Imperial Empire of Pan-Arab Barronia Embassy The Rt. Honorable Samuel Kirk
The Armed States of Theoropia Embassy Lesser Khan Forgh


International Aiports