League of Nations
- Not to be confused with the League of Nations, formed after WW1.
|Administrative center||Paloma City, Paloma|
• Royally chartered by Baustralia
|19 December 2018|
• Dissolved by Baustralian Parliament
|3 October 2019|
• Reformed by Paloman Ministry of Defence
|25 December 2019|
• Return to Baustralia
|8 March 2020|
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 and dissolved on 3 October 2019 and officially reformed by the Paloman Ministry of Defence on 25 December 2019 without the request from the Crown of Baustralia who deemed it a royally-chartered dissolved organization before an Act of Parliament was passed in January 2020, the Handover of the League of Nations Act. It was later returned to Baustralia.
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. The League has had only one mandate, the former Baustralian Mandate for York, which created Mandatory York.
The league has three leadership positions. The position of Marshal was the head decision-making official of the League. During its first creation, its Marshal was King John I of Baustralia, and after reformation, President Aidan McGrath of the Paloma. After giving back the League, John I became Marshal once again. The Secretary General is the head presiding officer over all meetings of the League, and the Adjutant General was the commander of all League of Nations forces. In its first creation, the former was King Cameron I of Ikonia, and the latter President Aidan McGrath of the Catholique Socialist Republic. Currently, the posts of Adjutant General and Secretary General have not yet been filled.
Founded as the United Micronational Organization in favour of War (UMOW), or in French, Organisation des Micronations Uni en faveur des guerres (OMUG), it failed as micronational organization. It was a successor to the United Micronations, and preceded both the Baustralian Commonwealth and the League of Nations. It was renamed due to its fascist-sounding name, even though it was a highly conservative union. Royally chartered on 19 December 2018, it was dissolved less than a year later on 3 October 2019.
The League of Nations was later
List of Marshals
|1||King John I||19 December 2018 – 3 October 2019||Baustralia|
|2||President Aidan McGrath||25 December 2019 – 8 March 2020||Paloma|
|3||King John I||3 October 2019 –||Baustralia|
List of Secretaries General
|1||King Cameron I||19 December 2018 – 26 January 2019||Ikonia|
|2||King John I||6 January 2019 – 8 March 2020||Baustralia|
List of Marshals General
|1||President Aidan McGrath||19 December 2018 – 26 January 2019||Catholique Socialist Republic|
|2||Tsar Jackson I||28 December 2019 – 8 March 2020||Kapreburg|
League of Nations Force
The League of Nations force is one regiment made up of one company, each three platoons, containing members from their respective military branches. Each member serving in an LN tour were eligible for a League of Nations Medal.
- League of Nations Regiment
- 1 Company
- 1 (Baustralia) Platoon
- 1 Company