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Królestwo Polskie
Kingdom of Poland
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Flag and Coat of Arms of Poland

Official Languages Polish, German
Capital Warsaw
Head of State Regent Janusz Radziwill
Head of Government Zdzislaw Lubormirski
  - Act of November 5th

  November 5, 1916
Government De jure parliamentary monarchy
Currency Polish marka
Area Approx 130 000 km²
Population About 12 millions

Poland is a country in Central Europe. It borders Germany to the west, Lithuania to the north, White Ruthenia to the east and Galicia-Lodomiera (part of Austria-Hungary) to the south.



Until the end of the Weltkrieg, there was no Poland. What had been Polish territory had been carved up between Austria, Russia and Prussia at the end of the 18th century, and in the face of scattered uprisings throughout the 19th those three nations continued to hold on to their Polish territory. Polish fortunes turned in 1916, though, with the Act of November 5th, where it was granted authonomy from the collapsing Russia. However, this triumph came with a bitter taste, as the election of a polish king was postponed again and again between 1921 and 1936 as Austria-Hungary and Germany squabbled about the nationality of a possible king and the exact status of a polish kingdom. Hence, the regency of Janusz Radziwill continues.

However, all hope of a polish kingdom is not over: the Ausgleich of 1937 is eagerly looked forward to in Warsaw as the time when the future of Poland is decided. However, certain forces in Warsaw are tired of beeing under the austro-german yoke, and looks towards their 'enslaved' brothers in Germany, Austria and the eastern states, hoping to one day create a kingdom for all Poles.


Head of State: Regent Janusz Radziwill

Head of Government: Zdzislaw Lubomirski

Foreign Minister: Archbishop A. Kakowski

Minister of Armament: Waclaw Paszkowski

Minister of Security: Stanislaw Bukowiecki

Head of Military Intelligence: Marian Rejewski

Chief of Staff: Wladyslaw Sikorski

Chief of Army: Wladyslaw Sikorski

Chief of Air Force: Ludomil Rayski



Even if Poland is a small country, the Polish Army is quite large. However, it is poorly trained and equipped and is composed exclusively of infantry, with the exception of an outdate cavalry division.

Air Force

The Polish air force is composed of two squadrons of interceptors and one of tactical bombers.

Foreign relations

Very good relations with Germany. Poland also grants military access to Germany.

Friendly relations with Galicia-Lodomiera, United Baltic Duchy, Lithuania and White Ruthenia.

Unfriendly relations with Hungary and Russia.

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