|Grossgermanisches Reich/Greater German Realm|
Head of State
Fuehrer aller Germanen, Adolf Hitler (from 1944)
Nationalsozialistiche Germanische Volkpartei (from 1946)
Established during the war and formalised in its immediate aftermath, the Greater German Reich unites all the Germanic nations of Europe.
List of member states of the Greater Germanic ReichEdit
- Germany (Germany proper only: colonies in Eastern Europe are not included)
- Netherlands (metropolitan Netherlands only)
- Denmark (metropolitan Denmark only: Greenland excluded)
States and regions with full Observer status include:
- Breizh (Region of France)
- Normandy (Region of France)
- Picardy (Region of France)
- Burgundy (Region of France)
- Lorraine (Region of France)
Great Britain and the Commonwealth Dominions of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Newfoundland, South Africa, Southern Rhodesia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka all have special status, neither full Members nor Observers but Partner Members.
All the Germanic nations are run on the principles of National Socialism. The National Socialist Germanic People's Party was established as the international body uniting the ruling parties of the Germanic nations: the NSDAP of Germany, the National Socialist Movement of the Netherlands, the National Socialist Freedom Party of Sweden, the National Socialist People's Movement of Denmark, the National Socialist Unity Party of Norway and the National Socialist Party of Iceland.
The borders of the Germanic nations were substantially redrawn by Germany after the war. The Netherlands was enlarged with most of Belgium, and small territories taken from Luxembourg, France and Denmark. Norway's claims to rights in Greenland (known as Eirik Raudes Land in Norway) were recognised. Denmark lost the Faeroes to the newly created Kingdom of Iceland, which also made claims to certain rights in Greenland. Sweden received the Aland Islands from Finland in exchange for the Torne Valley. In addition Finland was enlarged with Estonia, including the Osel Islands, and parts of Livland, Karelia, Ingermanland and the Kola Peninsula. Russia's Arctic Islands were divided between the Scandinavian nations, with Gaselandet and Fridtjof Nansen Land going to Norway, Nordlandet to Denmark and the Karahavet Islands to Sweden.