3rd Kingdom of Matachewan

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3rd Kingdom of Matachewan
Flag of Matachewan 4.pngHerb Polski 1919-27 Polish coat of arms 1919-1927.svg

Independence is Only for the Strong
"Legionist March"
Matachewan Ontario
Capital city Matachewan
Largest city Matachewan
Official language(s) English, Polish, French
Official religion(s) Catholicism
Short name Matachewan
Demonym Matachewanian
Government Constitutional Monarchy
- King Brandon Mierzwa
Established November 14th, 2018 - January 5th, 2019
Area claimed 11,395 km²
Population 150 (Official Citizens) (January Census)
Currency Matachewan Złoty
Time zone EST
National sport Baseball
National animal White Eagle
Patron saint Saint Andrew

The 3rd Kingdom of Matachewan was a nation based in the [w:Matachewan, Ontario|Canadian town of same name.] It is widely influenced by Polish culture, as its currency, a majority of its national symbolism, and its community are inspired by Polish culture. It was defunct in July 2019 after the then-incumbent King Kleinmann I dissolved the Matachewan-Prussian state.


The 3rd Kingdom of Matachewan declared independence on November 14, 2018, after Brandon Mierzwa exiled from the First Republic of Matachewan.

Partitions of the Republic of Matachewan

On November 21, 2018, the Commonwealth of Matachewan was drawing up plans to invade the Republic and take back all of Matachewan. Brandon knew very well that he stood no chance against the Republican army so he called up some allies. Like the Usla Empire and the Free State of Louisiana. In the end, Brandon really didn't need them because the Republic was nearing collapse. Owen was going to give his power to the Vice President of Matachewan. After the Battle of Mistinikon Lake Commonwealth forces got a message from Owen stating that the Republic will surrender to the Commonwealth. In the following days the Treaty of Cobalt was signed ending the war.

National Movement

The National Movement of Matachewan was a political movement to return the old ways of the former Kingdom through military dominants to ensure that Matachewan never go democratic again. Although military states are frowned upon Matachewan managed to keep her former allies. After about 3 weeks of military rule it was becoming clear that the military was just not needed and so the Democratic leader Milaw Oakforrest was put in office and again our Matachewan was a Republic.

Milaw's Matachewan

Milaw Oakforrest the first woman to be put in office in Matachewan. She attempted to make reforms to parliament and the country like by drafting a 3rd Constitution, this was not welcome in Matachewan because after the 1st Constitution was destroyed by Owen Leski, the 2nd Constitution was meant to protect the monarchy and the monarchists. However, the reforms had support from all politicians because after the Matachewan-Matachewan War the country's production and politics had plateaued and Matachewan was divided. In Brandon's former inner circle many of his ministers and advisers started coming up with ideas to save Matachewan. Some said they should destroy the Republic, Make a new country or go to war. These decisions never came into play because in just 5 days of inactive Milawian Rule Brandon Mierzwa took back the throne.

State of Inactivity; Dissolution of the Matachewan-Prussian State

During this time, the Matachewan-Prussian state was in a state of decay and inactivity, as ruler changed and ruler changed; things were not the same without Mierswa. It was King Kleinmann's turn to try to bring back the Matachewan state back to its glory days, and negotiated for diplomatic affairs with nations like the Fifth Aenderian Republic, which were not successful at first, however a deal was reached after the King talked personally to the House of Commons of Aenderia. However, a couple hours after the vote, King Kleinmann decided to disslove the Matachewan-Prussian state after 4 years of operations.

Matachewan's Past Rulers

Name Photo Term Party Notes
Brandon Mierzwa IMG 20181124 173209.jpg August 3, 2018 - November 9, 2018 Flag of Matachewan.jpg Retired from office after heavy opposition from Owen Leski's Libertarian Party.
Owen Leski Blank-avatar-headshot-400x600.jpg November 11, 2018 - November 25, 2018 Untitled presentation (9).jpg First and Last President of the 1st Republic of Matachewan.
Brandon Mierzwa IMG 20181124 173209.jpg November 14, 2018 - January 21, 2019 Flag of Mistinikon.png Restored the monarchy after being exiled from the First Republic of Matachewan.
Milaw Oakforrest Milaw Oakforrest.png January 21, 2019 - January 28, 2019 Known for being the first woman to work in office she also created the 2nd Republic of Matachewan. Resigned after she didn't have time to work with Matachewan.
Brandon Miertzwa IMG 20181124 173209.jpg January 28, 2019 - February 6, 2019 Flag of Matachewan 4.png Took over the 2nd Republics government and Restored the House of Mierzwa



Name Flag Capital
Lesser Matachewan Lesser Matachewan.jpg Matachewan
New Mazovia Mazovia.png Timmins
New Lwówskie Lwow.png New Lwów
Greater Matachewan Greater Matachewan.jpg New Poznań
New Smolenskie Smolenskie.png New Smolensk
New Pomorskie Pomorkie.png New Gdańsk
New Śląskie Flaga Slaskie.jpg New Katowice
New Podlaskie Podlaskie.png New Białystok

Political Parties

Party Logo Party Leader Spectrum Ideologies
Monarchist Restoration Party MRP Screenshot 2019-01-07 at 22.24.29.png Brandon Mierzwa Right-wing Monarchism
Democratic Party of Matachewan DPM Milaw Oakforrest Centrism Democratic
Liberal Party of Matachewan LM Left-wing Liberalism
Independent Party I None Independent


Economy and Industry

Matachewan Złoty
Official users Commonwealth of Matachewan and the New Prussian Confederation
Unofficial users None
Pegged to USD and CAD. $0.20 USD - 5.00 zł. $1.00 CAD - 5.00 zł
Code MZ
Plural Złoty
Sub-unit Groszy
Coins 1 Gorszy, 5 Groszy, 10 Groszy, 25 Groszy
Banknotes 1 zł, 2 zł, 5 zł, 10 zł, 20 zł, 50 zł, 100 zł, 500 zł, 1000 zł
Central bank Bank of Matachewan
Printer Royal Matachewanian Mint
Mint Royal Matachewanian Mint

Nature and Wildlife

Snow in Matachewan during November


The terrain of Matachewan is mostly made of Coniferous Forests and small mountains. The West Montreal River runs through the west of the country and the Montreal River runs through the capital and the south parts of the country. During the winters the rivers freeze and many of the people that live along the river go out and fish. This freezing does spark problems such as the main waterways are blocked so trade with the Natives stops till spring. Beaver trapping is harder because the beavers lodges are covered in ice and snow and during the spring when the ice melts the water level rises so many houses get flooded out. This hasn't stopped people from trying to build barriers and reservoirs. Many people would think how does the trade end in the winter? Well, there is no rails that run through our territory anymore and the major HWY always freezes over. Many people need to hunt or fish during the winter if they don't they will go hungry because of food shortages in the General Store. Now people have gotten used to this style of living so it's not really an issue. The only people who find it hard to live are the newcomers.

Foreign Relations

Other Countries

The Commonwealth has a Mutual Defense Pact with the The Usla Empire we also have an ambassador in the Federal Republic of Venstrål.

Countries that the Commonwealth Recognizes

Not Completely Recognized by Matachewan


Holiday Date Purpose
New Year's Day January 1 To celebrate the New Year
Brandon Mierzwa's Birthday June 30 To celebrate Brandon Mierzwa's Birthday
Józef Piłsudski's Birthday December 5 To celebrate the Polish hero's Birthday. Józef Piłsudski is also seen as a hero in Matachewan
Valentine's Day February 14 To celebrate the love for others and the people dear to us
Stefan Mierzwa's Birthday February 28 Celebrate Brandon Mierzwa's Great Grandfather's birthday
Matachewan Flag Day June 29 Celebrating the date Matachewan's flag was created
Polish Independence Day (Polish Holiday) November 11 To celebrate Polish Independence
Lent Shrove Tuesday - Holy Thursday 40 Days of Lent
Easter Sunday Easter Sunday To celebrate Jesus' love for us and sacrificing himself for us
Euginia Mierzwa's Birthday January 29 To celebrate the birthday of Brandon Mierzwa's Great Grandmother
Brandon Mierzwa's sisters Birthday October 20 To celebrate Jessica Mierzwa's Birthday
Independence Day November 14 To celebrate Matachewan's Independence
Thanksgiving (Canadian) Canadian Thanksgiving Day To give thanks
Christmas Eve December 24 To celebrate the Night before Christmas (Midnight mass is encouraged by the Government)
Christmas Day December 25 To celebrate Jesus' birth and spending time with your family
New Year's Eve December 31 To prepare for the New Year to arrive