Baltic Socialist Federation (English)

Baltijas Sociālistiskā Federācija (Latvian)
Baltijos Socialistinė Federacija(Lithuanian)
Balti Sotsialistlik Föderatsiooni (Estonian)
Балтийская Социалистическая федерация (Russian)

Flag Coat of arms
Motto: United Victorious
Anthem: The Internationale
The Baltic State3.svg
Location of the Baltic State on the world map
and largest city
Official languages Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, Curonian,Old Prussian
Recognised regional languages Latgalian, Samogitian, Aukštaitian, Livonian, Russian
Ethnic groups 27% Lithuanian
18% Latvian
17% Estonian
16% Curonian
12% Sambian
5% Russian
2% Polish
3% Other
Demonym Balt
Government Socialist Federation
• Chairman
Nils Ušakovs
Legislature Saeima
Establishment 12, December, 1991
• Total
190,115 km2 (73,404 sq mi) (92)
• Water (%)
2.23% (3,909 km²)
• 2013 estimate
11,452,000 (103)
• 2015 census
11,589,319 (103)
• Density
43.13/km2 (111.7/sq mi)
GDP (nominal) estimate
• Total
$471.011 billion (38)
• Per capita
$65,698 (7)
HDI (2014) 0.847
very high · 37
Currency Lats (Ls)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
• Summer (DST)
Drives on the right
Internet TLD .uv

The Baltic State is a socialist federation formed in wake of the CCCPs collapse. The state was founded in December 1991 shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union as a Unitary State between the newly formed Republics of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Kaliningrad Oblast. The country is situated on the edge of Eastern Europe. The west of the nation points into the Baltic Sea and with the Federal Republic of Alkara to the east. Belarus is located to the south.


Modern Period

The nation was formed as a socialist federation as a result of the 1991 National Union Referendum (NUR). The NUR took place in early July with the three Baltic states and Kaliningrad Oblast in collaboration with each other. The three options in the referendum where; Establishment of a Socialist State, Establishment of a Baltic Republic or maintain the three independent Baltic States. The final results of the referendum revealed an almost decisive victory of 71.9% In favor of the Establishment of a Socialist Baltic State.

The Reformation period

The Baltic State maintains it's roots in history through the old Curonian Colonies of Jauna Kurzeme (English: New Curonia) and Curonian Gambia. Now both Autonomous Regions of The Curonian BSR. Curonia Officially Reunified with the Latvian Republic in early 1992, due to political problems with the Russian Federation. Curonia was again Established in 1993 once all threats from the Russian Federation had receded.

National Administrative Regions

The Baltic State consists of five constituent nations - Curonia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and North Prussia


The Curonian BSR maintains the two Autonomous Regions of New Curonia and Curonian Gambia. While the Latvian BSR maintains the Autonomous Region of Latgale.