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Federation of the European States
Föderation der europäischen Staaten (German)
Fédération des États européens (French)
Fes flag hd
Motto: United For Freedom
Anthem: Hymn of Unity
Federation of the european states
Capital Paris
Largest city London
Official languages EnglishGermanFrench
Recognised regional languages ItalianSpanishPolish
Demonym European
Government Constitutional Republic
• Prime Minister
Fredrich Kaufmann
• European Union
July 23, 1952
• Federation of the European States
March 1, 1994
• Total
4,000,000 km2 (1,500,000 sq mi) (6th)
• Water (%)
• 2013 estimate
350,000,000 (3rd)
• Density
116.2/km2 (301.0/sq mi) (130th)
GDP (PPP) 2013 estimate
• Total
$16.214 trillion
• Per capita
$31,948 (7th)
GDP (nominal) 2013 estimate
• Total
$17.267 trillion
• Per capita
$31,948 (16th)
Gini (2013) 30.4
medium · 30th
HDI 0.876
very high · 13th
Currency Federal Note (FN)
Time zone Universal Standard Time (UTC+0 to +2)
• Summer (DST)
+1 to +3 (UTC)
Drives on the right (left in England and Ireland states)
Calling code 8 codes
Internet TLD .fes

The Federation of the European States, commonly referred to as the European Federation, is a nation covering Europe consisting of 13 former nations and one territory now acting as states. The Federation of the European States was formed in 1994 towards the end of the Soviet Wars as many nations agreed that a one, unified, nation would be needed to fight a nation as powerful as the Soviet Union. Today, the Federation of the European States is standing as one of the world's leading superpowers, standing along side the United States, Democratic Republic of China, and the Russian Union.

The Soviet Wars

In late 1990, the Soviet Union invaded Poland, looking to expand their nation. Poland was captured, resulting in the Soviets seizing Germany. The EU ordered all members to begin fighting the Soviets. The UK and France came to Germany's aid, but Soviet forces kept pursuing Germany. Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands refused to give assistance, resulting in heated debates between nations. Germany, France, and the UK said to the other nations that they were disgraceful to Europe as they would not help their allies. In 1991, the Battle of Hamburg resulted in a huge loss for Europe. The nations pushed for support, resulting in help from the Israelis.

The United States joined the war and began to fight Soviet forces in Germany. America also pushed for Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands to help their allies. Eventually, the three nations agreed to help other European nations in the war. The United States and Israel soon sent more troops to Europe, resulting in more allied victories. Soviet forces became less common and began to leave Europe. Late in 1992, United Kingdom Prime Minister Edward Harrison suggested uniting all current members of the EU as a federation. This led to a series of debates for and against a new federation.

Federation Debates

Amidst the Soviet Wars, leaders from members of the EU began to meet in Geneva discussing the planned federation. The father of the idea, Edward Harrison, said that in case of war, the nations must be united to secure a strong fight against the enemy. Many nations, such as France and Germany, agreed, while Spain spoke out and said it will destroy diversity.

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