Confederation of Mahuset

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Confederation of Mahuset
Confederatie Mahuset

Confederate Mahusetan Flag.svgConfederate Mahusetan CoA.png

Motto
Mahusiae Supra
Capital city Lazia
Official language(s) English and Dutch
Official religion(s) Secular
Demonym Mahusetan
Government Confederation
- President Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
- Prime Minister XO
Legislature Lazian Chamber
- Type - Unicameral
Established 3rd of January, 2016
Population 23
Currency Mahusetan leo (MIL, ƒ)
Time zone (GMT) & (GMT+1)
National food Sausage Roll
National drink Apple Juice
National animal Domestic Cat
National bird European Robin
National tree European Alder
National folk dance Driekusman
National dance Polka
National fish Koi
National flower Common Snowdrop
National fruit Redcurrant
National gemstone Ruby
National mineral Moissanite
National stone Sandstone
National dog "Adoptable Dog" and Corgi
National horse Gray
National insect European Honeybee
National cat "Adoptable Cat" and Calico
National biscuit Oreo
National grain Corn
National crop Potato
National exercise Bicycle Riding
Patron saint Saint Pancras

Mahuset, officially the Confederation of Mahuset (Dutch: Confederatie Mahuset) is a self-declared independent nation-state, commonly referred to as a micronation by external observers, with claims in Europe, and Asia, established on the 3rd of January, 2016. It is governed as a confederation, with various systems in its numerous states. Alkmaar, Geestmerambacht, Noorderhout, Ihuset, and Lazia together make up mainland Mahuset in Northwestern Europe.

Mahuset is a confederal state and a constitutional semi-presidential republic with a President, Emiel Hardy and administered by a parliament known as the Lazian Chamber. While the laws of the states are subordinate to confederal law, the confederal government does not have any regulations on the means for administering states and as such the states all have their own unique system of governance. It is regarded as a minor inter-micronational diplomatic power and a leading cultural and political power in Europe.

Mahuset, with a free market capitalist economy, ranked as having a high level of income equality. It was frequently ranked as a happy and lowly corrupt nation. Mahuset is the legal successor, successor-in-dignity and besides the Principality of Radon the only surviving successor to the Kingdom of Mahuset, the Royal Unity of Mahuset, the Empire of Alkmaar and the Co-Kingdom of Krasota and the only surviving successor to the defunct predecessors of the Kingdom of Mahuset which are the Kingdom of Ihuset, the Kingdom of Matsia, the Kingdom of Radon and all the Cookielandic and Kittylandic States.

Mahuset is a "Fifth World" micronation with the top score of 12 under the Boodlesmythe-Tallini System and scored 4.4 on the Categoric-Gradial/Linden's (Revised) System.

Etymology

Although the exact reason for the name Mahuset is unknown, it is thought to be a portmanteau of Matsia and Ihuset.

History

Prehistory

The earliest mention of Alkmaar, where most of Mahuset is based, leis in a 10th-century document. As the village grew into a town, it was granted city rights in 1254. The oldest part of Alkmaar lies on an ancient sand bank that afforded some protection from the sea during medieval times. Even so, it is only a couple of metres above the surrounding region, which consists of some of the oldest polders in existence.

Battle of Alkmaar.
In 1573 the city successfully withstood a siege by Spanish forces under the leadership of Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alba. It was a turning point in the Eighty Years War and gave rise to the expression Bij Alkmaar begint de victorie ("Victory begins at Alkmaar"). The event is still celebrated every year in both Alkmaar and Mahuset on the 8th of October, the day the siege ended. In 1799, during the French revolutionary wars, an Anglo-Russian expeditionary force captured the city but was ultimately defeated in the Battle of Castricum. The French victory was commemorated on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
Alkmaar on the Arc de Triomphe.

The North Holland Canal, opened in 1824, was dug through Alkmaar. In 1865 and 1867 the railways between Alkmaar and Den Helder and between Alkmaar and Haarlem were built respectively.

In the second half of the 20th century, Alkmaar expanded quickly with the development of new neighbourhoods. On October 1, 1972, the town of Oudorp and the southern portions of Koedijk and Sint Pancras were added to the municipality of Alkmaar.

Burgemeester de Wilde School

Henk de Wilde
Teachers at the Burgemeester de Wilde School rising the flag of Schagen when the school was built.

The Burgemeester de Wilde School, a Dutch primary school, was the school where Emiel, Nuri, Matthies, Ewout and various other people who were influential in Mahuset's history have had their early education. The Burgemeester de Wilde School was founded in 1976 by Henk de Wilde, the mayor of Schagen and member of the Dutch Labour Party. The school is a cluster 2 school, meaning that it is a school for children with issues in communication. The school's main location, the Meerkoet was founded in 1976, in Schagen. The Pulletje, another location of the school, was founded in 1980, in Hoorn. The Kievietlaan, another location of the school, was founded in 2006 and closed in 2013. Alkmaar, another location of the school, was founded in 2008. The Hoep, the replacement for the Kievietlaan, was founded in 2013, in Schagen. The Hendrik Mol was founded as a high school but it separated later.

Pre-Ihuset

Mahuset began as a fictional nation within a fictional world in 2007. It was called Emiel's World and was an Empire, Emiel was the emperor and was referred to as Cool Emiel. It was not serious at all but there were still plans to revive it within Ihuset. If it was never founded, Emiel never would have come in contact with politics. Emiel's World had a dialect of Dutch known as Emilan, which was what developed into Mærtan, another dialect which had severe effects on Mahusetan history.

Kingdom of Ihuset

Emiel went on Wikipedia around April of 2012 and looked at pages of ministates like the Vatican City, Monaco and San Marino and eventually found out about the Principality of Sealand. He did more research into this and found info on the Republic of Molossia. He got inspired by these two micronations and wanted to make his own micronation. Ihuset was then founded with his research as inspiration, it is said it was founded to give him the "feeling of autonomy" which he lacked at the time. Emiel made a page on MicroWikia and got "unofficially" involved in the many cyberwars going around on MicroWikia at the time. This was the start of Mahusetan diplomacy as it got into contact with many micronations, good or bad, like New Canada and Domus. It got welcomed by Flatland almost immediately and it got invited into the Grand Intermicronational Alliance by a representative of Northumbria-Montebourg. This was the first time Ihuset ever did any act of diplomacy and it joined. It left because it didn't want to join the wars it was entitled to do.

Early Kingdom of Mahuset

After Emiel founded Ihuset, the other children at the Burgemeester de Wilde school were inspired to create micronations themselves, being Matsia and Radon. Mahuset was originally founded as an unification of Matsia and Ihuset, but Radon quickly joined, the original name was the United Nations of Mahuset but it had quickly changed to the Royal United Nations of Mahuset. It was mainly inspired by Ancient Rome and the County of Holland. Mahuset quickly gained diplomacy and a great significance within the MicroWikia community. Many conflicts at MicroWikia had various Mahusetan officials in them, including the conflict against Brandon Rhea and Wikia, the split which let to the establishment of Micropedia and all the the splits which let into all future versions of Micropedia. Vetria had established Diplomatic Relations with Mahuset during this era.

Late Kingdom of Mahuset

Around November 2012, the Royal United Nations of Mahuset transformed into the Kingdom of Mahuset. The first stable government was established by Emiel during this era, having a democracy and various political powers. At this time the Eniakist ideology was created by Emiel, which would change Mahuset for the rest of its live and it gained a great significance. When the "Eniakisation" of Mahuset started, Mahuset started to reach a higher HDI fairly quickly. The rapid expansion of Eniakism had been deemed similar to the Rise of Communism by various people. The Eniak Party ruled and Mahuset became a one party state. During the era of the one party state, Mahuset established the Eniak Government which would rule the kingdom until it collapsed. The government was fairly well developed compared to older governments having political parties, a functional system of division, ministries and state owned companies. Eventually Radon and Matsia rejoined Mahuset and the Triumphant era started, which ended with the collapse of the kingdom.

Eniak Era

2013 marked the transition of the Royal United States of Mahuset into the Kingdom of Mahuset, having both Eniakism and Illuminism as its policies. This was marked with protests of the intermicronational community, with Hasanistan and Akharnes comparing the rise of eniakism to the rise of communism. Nevertheless, Mahusetans supported and build upon the Eniakist ideology.

Empire of Constantidium

Mahuset had been a part of the Empire of Constantidium, which was founded by several states in the Dutch micronational sector, due to disagreements this quickly failed however. Its member states were the Kingdom of Mahuset, Derskov-Viadalvia, Hoogwaard, Arnhem, Snežanopol, Timbain and Kinhu. While it was shortly successful, it really only existed to form a "block" against the Ashukov Federation within the now dead micronations.wiki community.

Collapse of the kingdom

Even though the government was stable and well structured, the three states, Radon, Matsia and Poseidon-Ihuset got into various disputes, especially about the new acts in the constitution and conflicting ideals. This happened about three times, the last one resulting in the collapse of Mahuset, when Poseidon-Ihuset left and declared itself defunct as result of the aforementioned disputes.

Establishment of Krasota, and the proposal of the Royal Union of Mahuset

Krasota was founded as a union of Matsia and Radon, yet later joined the Royal Union of Mahuset. It later wanted to refound Mahuset, because according to its representatives, "it was just better". This was welcomed by Emiel, who was at that moment exclusively working on Slin. Emiel agreed to the Krasotan proposal, and helped with the establishment of the Royal Union of Mahuset. The Royal Union of Mahuset, which was now founded, was quick to collapse because of further disputes between Nuri and Emiel, which also indirectly caused the collapse of Krasota.

Establisment of the Empire of Alkmaar

Emiel established the Empire of Alkmaar, quickly becoming the ruling power in the former states of Alkmaar, Jefferson and some lands around these states. While the Empire of Alkmaar quickly led to a more stable government, this gain was quickly overturned by inactivity, which eventually led to the death of Alkmaar.

Year of no Mahuset

2015 was a year of little Mahusetan activity as the prominent citizens were all focusing on their own personal project; XO having no state in the later months of 2015, Emiel focusing on developing on Slin and Nuri being busy on reforming Radon, which partook in several events within the Micronationals community.

Establishment of the Confederation of Mahuset

On the 8th of January 2016, Emiel Hardy, Nuri van Dijk and XO established the Confederation of Mahuest, claiming the former territories of Matsia, Alkmaar, Geestmerambacht, Nooorderhout and Ihuset. A constitution was created based upon the former constitution formerly used by the previous Kingdom of Mahuset, which has elements of the Dutch and American constitution in it, was drafted and signed by Emiel Hardy, therefore establishing the Confederation.

The now established Lazian Chamber was quick to introduce various decisions, including but not limited to the Flag, Coat of Arms, turning down recognition of Kosovo, and establishing relations with Radon and the United Islands.

Geography

Mahuset's claimed land consists of nine separate portions of land in Europe and Asia, divided into Cherrystan (Dutch Matsia), Cambois Beach (British Matsia), Islo Keri (British Matsia), Ihuset, and Mahusetan Hasanistan. Laying in the middle of the former swamplands of Noord-Holland, Ihuset, together with Cherrystan (Dutch Matsia), make up mainland Mahuset. The particular area in which Ihuset was founded is nowadays known as Burgemeester de Wildeland, and it's the place where all former nations of the Vetrisphere were established or can trace their origin to, including Ihuset, Radon and Matsia. Ihuset, together with Cherrystan (Dutch Matsia) comprised of 1.124 km2 of claimed and controlled land.

Laying in the mountains of the Hasanistan, Starnia and Virgo made up the Mahusetan Hasani colony. The particular area in which Starnia and Virgo lay were claimed as per President Emiel's plans for expansion back into former Mahusetan territory. Mahusetan Hasanistan comprised of 4390m2 of claimed and controlled land.

Laying in the middle of Northumberland, Islo Keri (British Matsia) and Cambois Beach (British Matsia) made up British Matsia. The particular area of in which British Matsia lays made up the Matsian mainland. British Matsia comprised of 5.047 km2 of claimed and controlled land.

Climate

Political Geography

Mahuset is a confederation of numerous states and territories, who are guaranteed numerous rights outlined in the constitution.

Flag Coat of Arms Name Population Official language(s) Parliamental Delegates Head of State Head of Government
States
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MatsiaArms.png
State of
Matsia
9 English
Dutch
Esperanto
Matthies Kersbergen
Robert Ștefănescu
Matthies Kersbergen
Alkmaar flag.png
MaertanIhusetArms.png
Duchy of
Alkmaar
6* English
Dutch
Frisian
Limburgish
Slovedkian
Edward Greiner
Edward Greiner
Icelyn.png
GeestmerambachtArms.png
Duchy of
Geestmerambacht
5* English
Dutch
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
Noorderhoutflag.png
NoorderhoutArms.png
County of
Noorderhout
5* English
Dutch
Shady Hosam Morsi
Shady Hosam Morsi
Pinksaltire.svg
HusetanArms.png
County of
Ihuset
6* English
Dutch
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
Stephen Freayth
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
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MorburnArms.png
Kingdom of
Morburn
1 Lithuanian
English
Russian
Polish
Daniel
Daniel
Districts
FlagLazia.png
LazianCoat.png
Free City of
Lazia
5* English
Dutch
none
Matthies Kersbergen Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
Territories
FlagVirgo.jpg
VirgonianCoat.png
Republic of
Virgo
1 English
Dutch
Karl Friedrich
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
FlagStarnia.jpg
StarnianCoat.png
Republic of
Starnia
0 English
Dutch
none
Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy
FlagLundenland.png
LundenlanderCoat.png
Republic of
Lundenland
0 English
Dutch
none
Edward Greiner
Flag of Mamucium.png
Mamuciumcoa.png
Republic of
Mamucium
1 English Hasan Çakar
Colour key
Party affiliation
  Classical Liberal Party   Mahusetan Socialist-Democratic Party   Independent

Government

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Mahuset is governed under a confederal state and a constitutional semi-presidential republic, with each federal state responsible for governing their own state affairs. The confederal government and all members of said government are responsible for making final decisions for all the confederal governments. The President is the head of government. The President is counselled on the matters of state by the Prime Minister and the Lazian Chamber. The Prime Minister is the head of state. The Prime Minister acts as the deputy of the Prime Minister in any cases that the Prime Minister may become incapacitated, out of contact or resignation. The Lazian Chamber serves as the parliament of the State and the parliament for all the federal states, with its members are elected.

Political Parties

Political parties in Mahuset are very common and the oldest political party still in existence is the Classical Liberal Party, established on July 2016. Presently, there are three political parties operating in Mahuset and each have their own seats in the Lazian Chamber. Some MPs in the Lazian Chamber opt to not join any party, and are referred to as Independents.

Party Logo Short Name Leader Founded Ideology Position Seats Compass
Classical Liberal Party CLP.png Classical Liberals CLP Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy 2016 Classical Liberalism Centre-right
6 / 15
SeatsLazianChamber.svg CompassLazianChamber.png
Mahusetan Socialist-Democratic Party Msdp.png Socialist-Democratic MSDP XO 2016 Social democracy, democratic socialism Centre-left
3 / 15
Social Liberal Party Slp.png Social Liberals SLP Robert Ștefănescu 2016 Social Liberalism Centre
1 / 15
Na Píoráidí Mpp.png Pirates MPP Memberry 2017 Social Liberalism, Left Libertarianism, Pirate politics, Irish minority politics (de facto) Centre-left
1 / 15
Independent None Indy None 2016 Independent Various
4 / 15

Foreign Relations

Being one of the most active nations in what is considered the Vetrisphere, Mahuset enjoys a minor diplomatic role as a micronational power. Considering as major allies Nedland, Hasanistan, Hortania, and Radon, the Confederation of Mahuset implements foreign relations and defines foreign policy through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The current Minister is Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy.

At the time of the collapse of the last incarnation of a continuously active Mahuset, the Kingdom of Mahuset enjoyed full diplomatic relations with 3 states, informal relations with 3, and recognised all members of the United Nations. However with the fall of the Kingdom, all of those relations were de facto declared null and void. At the moment, the Confederation of Mahuset has signed several treaties and is at the process of signing more. As of 23 October 2017, Mahuset is in formal relations with 19 states.

Nations with which Mahuset has signed a treaty of mutual recognition

Other nations which Mahuset recognises

(Bold text signifies that official recognition is mutual)

Economy

Mahuset has a free-market capitalist economy. Most, if not all, Mahusetans are lower-middle class to upper-middle class. There is very little income inequality. Major private Mahusetan businesses include Oxocero Holdings and PP Clubs. Unlike its predecessor, the Kingdom of Mahuset, the Confederation of Mahuset has a little if not negligible economy. Measures to this, such as the creation of a Chamber of Commerce have been planned but haven't yet come to fruition.

Currency

Mahuset has had various currencies over its lifetime. The unit of currency from the Kingdom of Ihuset's founding, and until the founding of the United Nations of Mahuset, was the Husetan Pound, and was pegged to one euro. The unit of currency used from joining the World Union until said union's death was the InterSol and was pegged to 0,13 euro. The unit of currency used from the end of the World Union to the start of the Eniak Era was the Mahusetan Kroner-Guilder, and was pegged to 0,50 euro. The unit of currency used from Radon and Matsia joining until the death of Kingdom of Mahuset was the Mahusetan Vetriana-Gulda and was pegged to 0,45 euro. Currently, however the de facto currency is the Mahusetan Leo, which like the Vetriana-Gulda is pegged to 0,45 euro.

Culture

The diverse culture of the Kingdom of Mahuset had been influenced by elements of many other cultures, most notably the customs and traditions of the Netherlands, where most activity of the kingdom took place. The nation could be considered a melting pot of contrasting cultural currents. The differetn regions of Mahuset have counted with different cultural influences each. Mahusetan culture, as a whole has been greatly influenced by Dutch, and English culture as well as artificially introduced elements of other cultures, such as the Japanese culture and Italian culture in Ihuset.

A Mahusetan Cross, used by Mahuset as flag during its early days.

Language

Both Dutch and English are spoken natively in Mahuset. The Mahusetan population regularly speaks either Dutch or English. Several "conlangs" existed in Mahuset's history, most citizens rarely spoke these languages however and preferred to use their native tongues. The Government uses English as the nation's official and national language.

Religion

The Constitution of the Confederation of Mahuset guarantees freedom of religion. However, Mahuset has had a historically large amount of its population indentified as atheists, as Mahuset liberalised atheism went into a small decline however.

The front page of the Courant van Lazia as of August 2017.

Media

Mahuset's media is comparatively well and richly written, with both freedom of speech and freedom of the press being guaranteed by the Mahusetan constitution. The first and currently only newspaper in Mahuset is the Courant of Lazia, being de facto established in January of 2016 and de jure established in July of 2016

Cuisine

The Confederation of Mahuset's cuisine was undoubtedly a mix of different cultures, having been influenced mostly by Dutch and English dishes. The country's cuisine was mostly shaped by its location in the fertile North Sea river delta of the European Plain, which gave rise to fishing, farming, and trading over sea. Unlike the Kingdom of Mahuset, the cuisine of the Confederation of Mahuset implements many more elements of countries outside of the Netherlands and England, largely caused by larger access to a larger variety of fast food products.

Traditions

Although Mahuset officially has no traditions, many of the traditions present in the previous Kingdom of Mahuset are still widely celebrated. Most Mahusetan holidays are of either Dutch or English origin.

Date English name Dutch name Remarks
1st of January New Year's Day Nieuwjaar The day before is called "Old Year's Day" and not "New Year's Eve."
9th of January Prince Day Prinsdag Celebration of the birth of Jeroen Hardy.
March/April Good Friday Goede Vrijdag It is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday, or Easter Friday.
March/April Easter Eerste Paasdag en Tweede Paasdag The Mahusetans celebrate two days of Easter (on Sunday and the subsequent Monday).
4th of May Remembrance of the dead Dodenherdenking Remembrance of the deaths in the Second World War.
5th of May Liberation Day Bevrijdingsdag Celebration of the 1945 capitulation of German forces in World War II.
29th of May Mahuset Day Mahusetdag Celebration of the creation of Mahuset.
26th of September King Day Koningdag Celebration of the birth of Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy.
8th of October Siege Day Alkmaar's Ontzet Celebration of the Dutch forces winning from the Spanish forces.
4th of December-6th of December Saint Nicholas Pakjesavond A predecessor of Santa Claus, Sinterklaas, gives presents to the children. While Saint Nicholas' name day is on 6th of December, in Mahuset usually only Saint Nicholas' Eve is celebrated on the 5th of December.
25th and the 26th of December Christmas Kerstmis The Mahusetans celebrate two days of Christmas: Eerste Kerstdag (the first day of Christmas) and Tweede Kerstdag (Boxing day).

Notes and References

  1. http://www.klimaatatlas.nl/tabel/stationsdata/klimtab_8110_235.pdf
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20150412112225/http://www.knmi.nl/klimatologie/normalen1971-2000/per_station/stn260/5-extremen/260_extremen.pdf
  3. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Radon". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  4. "Mahuset-Radon treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  5. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and the United Islands". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  6. "Mahuset-United Islands treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  7. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Karnia-Ruthenia". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  8. "Mahuset-Karnia-Ruthenia treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  9. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Abelden". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  10. "Mahuset-Abelden treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  11. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Brändholm". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  12. "Mahuset-Brändholm treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  13. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Paravia". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  14. "Mahuset-Paravia treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  15. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Lurk". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  16. "Mahuset-Lurk treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  17. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Eniarku". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  18. "Mahuset-Eniarku treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  19. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Imvrassia". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  20. "Mahuset-Imvrassia treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  21. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Flandrensis". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  22. "Mahuset-Flandrensis treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  23. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Nedland". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  24. "Mahuset-Nedland treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  25. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations reinstated between Mahuset and Nedland". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  26. "Mahuset-Nedland treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  27. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Hasanistan". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  28. "Mahuset-Flandrensis treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  29. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Coria". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  30. "Mahuset-Coria treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  31. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Stravinia". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  32. "Mahuset-Stravinia treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
  33. Hardy, Emiel (27 May 2017). "Diplomatic Relations established between Mahuset and Shorewell". Courant van Lazia. http://news.mahuset.com/post/161633615012/diplomatic-relations-established-between-mahuset. Retrieved 09-07-2017. 
  34. "Mahuset-Shorewell treaty". Lazian Archive. http://larc.mahuset.com/something/something. Retrieved 27 May 2017. 
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