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Pavlist Reich of Daljam
| Imperial Union of Daljam |
Царска Унија Даљама
Respekt, Repjtacija, Blagoslov i Kocka
On Hills of Daljam
|Official religion(s)||Orthodox Christianity|
|Government||Local Totalitarian Community|
|- Ceaser||Pavle Savovic|
|Legislature||Senate of Plebian's Commissariats|
Empire of Cobra
USSDRSoviet Union with the help of his former advisor Pavle Savovic. The Cobra was renamed the Union of Soviet Socialist Daljam Republics and the monarchy was disestablished and replaced with an Orthodox Christian communist government.
Following the a conflict with the Kingdom of Sparta, an internal conflict began between Emperor and Savovic due to ideological difference. Savovic and his supporters overthrew Emperor during the Winter Revolution and began implementing reforms to push the country towards Pavlism.
In 2015, Islamist separatists inspired by the historic Islamic Republic of Grbe took control of Spuz and Zuri and declared independence as the Islamic Republic of Spuz. The USSDR eventually crushed the rebellion.
There, far away, far from the sea, There is my village, there is Daljam. There is my village, there is Daljam.
There, far away, where the yellow lemon tree blooms, There was to the Daljam Army the only open way. There was to the Daljam Army the only open way.
There, far away, where white lilies bloom, There, together, father and son gave their lives. There, together, father and son gave their lives.
There, where silent Zeta travels, There, my icon stayed, and my family saint. There, my icon stayed, and my family saint.
There, where Timok greets Pavle's city, There they burned my church, where I was married when I was young. There they burned my church, where I was married when I was young.
Without my homeland, I lived on Corfu, But I proudly cheered "long live Daljam!" But I proudly cheered "long live Daljam !"