Kingdom of Istria

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Kingdom of Istria
Regatul Istrian (Romanian)
Istriske Kongerige (Danish)
Regale Istresky (Istrian)

The First Istrian Flag(1935).pngRoyal Coats of Arms Republic of Istria.png

Motto
Angeli Nobiscum (Latin: May the Angels be with us)
Anthem
Tud, Tud, Reginas (Istrian: You, you, the Queen)

Bucharest Romania
Capital cityHamburgese
Largest cityGarda
Official language(s)Romanian,Danish Istrian
Official religion(s)Istrian Reformed Church
Short nameIstria
DemonymIstrian
Governmentw:Constitutional monarchy
- King of Istria (1935-1959), Prime-Minister(1959-1980)Comp I, King of Istria , Prime-Minister
Legislature
  • Chamber of Judges
    *Chamber of Princes
EstablishedDeclared independence (26 December 1935)
Monarchy abolished (19 November 1980)
Socialism Invasion(15 June 2000)
Republic formed (07 September 2005)
Area claimedkm²
CurrencyIstrian Crown(CRI)
Time zoneUTC+2 (VST)
Patron saintSt. Michele and Gavril

The Kingdom of Istra (Romanian: Regatul Istrian) was a constitutional monarchy that existed in Romania from 26 December 1935 with the crowning of Comp-Demeter and Sara-Dina as King Comp I and Queen Sara I (thus beginning the Istrian royal family), until 1980 with the abdication of Queen Maríe I of Istria and the Istrian parliament's proclamation of Istria as a part of the Empire of Dristor

Unification and monarchy

The Istrian Beletristic Revolutions wore a very important period of awakeaning for the Istrians, that determined that they wanted something else from the simple colony that indoctrinated them as a part of a country far away from home. This important development of the national spirit of the istrians determined the Beletristic Group to form (from Latin "Bellum"= War), that was determined to change the nation to an independent one as the litterature states. They started with litterare movements and continued with phisical agresivity thowords the Colonial Guards that wore the law inforcement in the region.

This escalated quickly, after Her Majesties declared they are part of the Istrian Revolutionary Movement. This led to serious harm to the Colonial Guard that was forced to recognise the Istrians as independent on the 26th of December 1934 thru a Letter of Independence.

The Older Kingdom (1935-1959)

The Old Kingdom of Istria , is a colloquial term referring to the reign of Queen Sara I and King Comp I . It is a time of prosperity that determined major alliances in the Bucharest Region, but not just here. The history states that this period was the consolidation for the rest of the years to come. They wore named "The Greatest Monarchs" and their funerals wore a lose for both the Kingdom and the Family who had a desperate need of consolidation and transition protocols.

The Older Kingdom, was the period of great cultural, social, justice, and legislative achievement, many of the more important Istrian laws passing here, in this period. This made the kingdom more recognised across the world and made them the most consilidate nation across Bucharest.

The Reformed Kingdom (1959-1980)

The Reformed Kingdom of Istria, is the period referring to the reign of Queen Maríe I and King Dimitri I. It is a time of war, but also of rapid cultral development that determined Istria to win a war at it's worst times. This period is described by historians as a unstable time to be alive but also as a stressful sinful and uneducated society can meet. With war pressure on it's back and directives from the socialists to annexate the Kingdom, this period became one of the most hated periods in the Istrian History.

First Territorial Crisis

The First Territorial Crisis occured in 1962, when the great writter Bildum Sktrata, published a book covering the great human rights violations from the Empire of Dristor, after his wife, Agatha Skrata, died to the violation of Romania's Communist regime. This led to serious threats from the Dristorian Empire thoward the Dristorian-Istrian Zone, who was a teritory shared by the two nations to represent the consilidations of mutual recognition and non agression treaties. That led to a serios territorial crisis that kept going antil the first Bucharest War occured in 1964. It lasted until 1965 and had serious damage on the nation.

First Bucharest War

This war was a beggining of Dristorian Colonisation, the West Policolor Republic was annexated in secret by the Empire. The Istrian Spies began investigating seeing war depositions at the frontiers of West Policolor- Dristor Empire. Policolorum Legum, which was the transition zone between the west and the east Polocolor, now was taken by Dristor.

The war was won by the Allies when the Capital of Dristor Empire fell in 1965.

Second Bucharest War

This war occured in 1979 when the Soviet Leader of the Empire now directed troups to enter in the Kingdom of Istria and take upon the entire Kigdom. This war was a win for the empire who took aproximatly the entire part of the Bucharest Micronational zone. This led to the changeing of the Capital in september 1979 to Garda, and the forming of the Interrimate Gouverment of Garda, who declared that the Kingdom still existed. The Battle of Garda is the most remembered battle of the war, haveing the bigest trenchline in the war, to fortify the Underground Base of the Interim Gouverment and the City.

The war was lost on 19 November 1980 when the Interim Gouverment fell.

Kings and Queens of Istria

Tour Name Serveing Years Family
Ist Queen Sara I 1935-1960 Istresky-Glücksburg-Oldenburg
King Comp I 1935-1960 Istresky-Glücksburg-Oldenburg
IInd Queen Maríe I 1960-1980 Istresky-Glücksburg-Oldenburg
King Dimitri I 1960-1980 Istresky-Glücksburg-Oldenburg

Royal Standard

Royal Standard (1935-1980)


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