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The '''North Sea Empire''' is a confederate monarchy consisting of autonomous and semi-autonomous states similar to the [[Holy Roman Empire]]. It was founded in 1013 by [[w:Cnut the Great|Cnut the Great]] but the European territories later fell to familial infighting with the North American territories becoming leaderless and eventually taken by British, Danish, and French colonial states and successor nations before being recognized in early [[2019]] by [[Thomas I|Thomas I of Hrafnarfjall]] as imperial territory when he declared himself the second emperor.{{citation needed|August 2020}}
 
The '''North Sea Empire''' is a confederate monarchy consisting of autonomous and semi-autonomous states similar to the [[Holy Roman Empire]]. It was founded in 1013 by [[w:Cnut the Great|Cnut the Great]] but the European territories later fell to familial infighting with the North American territories becoming leaderless and eventually taken by British, Danish, and French colonial states and successor nations before being recognized in early [[2019]] by [[Thomas I|Thomas I of Hrafnarfjall]] as imperial territory when he declared himself the second emperor.{{citation needed|August 2020}}

Revision as of 20:18, 15 September 2020

The North Sea Empire is a confederate monarchy consisting of autonomous and semi-autonomous states similar to the Holy Roman Empire. It was founded in 1013 by Cnut the Great but the European territories later fell to familial infighting with the North American territories becoming leaderless and eventually taken by British, Danish, and French colonial states and successor nations before being recognized in early 2019 by Thomas I of Hrafnarfjall as imperial territory when he declared himself the second emperor.[citation needed]