League of Nations

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Flag of League of Nations French: Société des NationsBaustralian: @font-face { font-family: "Baustralian Runic Regular"; src: url("https://micronations.wiki/ugc/Baustralian-Runic-Regular.ttf"); font-weight: 400; } .baustralian-runic-regular { font-family: "Baustralian Runic Regular"; } SOCIETE OV NATIONS
Administrative center Cascadia, Baustralia
• Marshal
Royal Standard of Baustralia.svg John I
• Royally chartered
19 December 2018

The League of Nations is a collective body of nations to help foster friendly relations between countries. It also exists as a platform to aid in the formation of micronations, and to develop members into more powerful, and proper governing nations. It was chartered by John I on 19 December 2018.

The inaugural Secretary General and Adjutant General have both since left, thereby forcing an emergency election.


The League of Nations defines mandates as a legal status for certain territories transferred from the control of one country, or the legal instruments that contain the internationally agreed-upon terms for administering the territory on behalf of a geopolitical organization.

In the past, they have had one mandate, the Baustralian Mandate for York, which created Mandatory York.