Charles Ross

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His Grace
Charles Ross
KNI, COD, CUBMC, KStP, OUC, SAB
Charles while on a visit to Onderon
Tsar of Phokland
In office
10 February 2007 - 25 August 2019
Predecessor Throne established
Successor Tsar Mia Sanchez I
In office
8 October 2019 - 31 December 2019
Predecessor Tsar Mia Sanchez I
Successor Position dissolved
Commissioner of Bregusland
In office
14 March 2019 - Incumbent
Monarch HIM Emperor Jonathan I
Predecessor Position established
Successor Incumbent
State President of Phokland
In office
10 December 2019 - 31 March 2020
Predecessor Position established
Successor Casper von Navārdia
Personal information
Born 30 January
Citizenship
Residence Bregusland, Austenasia
Military service
Nickname(s) Charlie
Awards The Universal Medal for Bravery in Command
The Order of Democracy
Knight in the Order of Cthulhu
Knight of the Order of Saint Patrick
Commander of the Austenasian Order
Sovereign in the Order of Saint Anne's Brotherhood
Commander in the Order of Unity

Lord Charles Aelred Raphael Ross, Duke of Occidentia (formally Charles I of Phokland) of the House of Ross is an Arizona born Austenasian-Draculian Micronationalist, Podcast Host and, Historian who has held numerous positions within the micronational community including, State President of the Phoklandian Free State, Governing Commissioner of Bregusland Colony, Official Historian of the Empire of Austenasia and, Austenasian Consul in Arizona. Most recently, he took office as Lieutenant Governor of North Dracul on 22 April 2020.

Early life

Charles was born in Arizona on 30 January. The son of a former county politician, he demonstrated a fondness for history and politics from an early age. This affinity stuck with him through most of his childhood, culminating in his creation of the Kingdom of Rosston in early 2007.

Micronational career

Ross began his micronational carrier in 2007 when he created/ran the Kingdom of Rosston in the playground of his primary school until it's dissolution in 2013. Following the restoration of Rosston (now renamed Phokland) in 2017, he was selected as Prime Minister of the new country. From there he became the monarch of the Principality of Phokland, a position that later evolved into Viceroy for the Viceroyalty of Phokland then to Tsar of the Tsardom of Phokland and finally State President of the Phoklandian Free State.

While a part of Phokland, Charles began associating with other micronations, notably the Empire of Austenasia where he became the nation's Official Historian, Council to Arizona and, Commissioner of the Austenasian Crown Dependency of Bregusland. Over time however, he began drifting away from Austenasia and began to focus more on his primary project.

He continued with Phokland until early 2020 when a split in the government caused the nation to dissolve, leaving Charles stateless. Shortly after Phokland's dissolution, he was approached by Vice President of the Commonwealth of Dracul, Stephen Luke with the proposition of him becoming the new Lieutenant Governor of North Dracul. Ross accepted the offer and shortly thereafter assumed office on 22 April 2020.

Throughout his micronational carrier, Charles has developed some small notoriety within the community; this mostly stemming from his work towards improving MicroWiki and more recently, his work in helping to revitalize the wiki forums as a primary means of communication for several micronationalists.

Personal life

Outside of micronationalism, Charles Ross spends a majority of his free time either researching history or writing. In addition, he is a huge fan of film and enjoys watching movies either at home or at the cinema. Charles also spends a large chunk of his time working on a podcast he runs with fellow micronationalists Nicholas Randouler and Thomas Bainbridge, known as MicroRamble.

Titles and Styles

See also

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