Commonwealth of Rhodesia

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Commonwealth of Rhodesia
Flag of Rhodesia
Coat of Arms of Rhodesia
Coat of Arms
Motto: Rise O' Voices of Rhodesia
Recognised national languagesEnglish and Welsh
GovernmentConstitutional Monarchy
• Monarch
Charles III
• Governor-General
Guy Watts
• Prime Minister
Tom Mark
Independence from the United Kingdom
• Water (%)
• Estimate
Time zoneGMT
• Summer (DST)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideleft
Internet TLD(proposed) .gc

The Commonwealth of Rhodesia, colloquially known as Rhodesia, is a nation based on the island of Great Britain.

The Head of State is His Majesty Charles III, represented in the nation by the Governor General Guy Watts, and the Head of Government is the Prime Minister, Tom Mark.


The history of the nation began on 1 March 1979, when James Mark founded the Kingdom of Gardenia. James would forget about his nation till the 15th June 2015, when it was renamed to the State of Dixie. Slowly, all the nations around Dixie joined it. The second to last to join, Churchill, chose the name, Rhodesia, after Cecil Rhodes. Its current Prime Minister, Guy Watts, was inaugurated on the 1st of October 2020.


Rhodesia is a constitutional monarchy, with King Charles III as monarch. There are elections every 3 years; however, Parliament has a right to call a snap election at any time. The leader of the party with the most seats, with a majority not needed, becomes Prime Minister. The King's representative in Rhodesia is the Governor-General. Guy Watts has served as Governor-General Since 2020. The Governor-General is appointed by the Prime Minister. They sign laws off after being passed by parliament.

Foreign affairs

Rhodesia has very strong ties to Fesmar, Centralia and Disraeli. Rhodesia is also allies with Australis, Groot-Brabant, Adonia, Ovrestlia and Imperium Aquilae.

National Anthem

"Rise, O Voices of Rhodesia" is the national anthem of the Commonwelth of Rhodesia.The tune is that of "Ode to Joy", the Fourth Movement from Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. The lyrics officially adopted were as follows:

Rise, O voices of Rhodesia,

God may we Thy bounty share.

Give us strength to face all danger,

And where challenge is, to dare.

Guide us, Lord, to wise decision,

Ever of Thy grace aware,

Oh, let our hearts beat bravely always

For this land within Thy care.