FANDOM


North European Union
Nordreich Union
Motto: For Unity, Rights, freedom, Justice, Economy, and Power.


"For enhed, för rättigheter, vaputta, for rettferdighet, voor de economie, und um die Macht."
Capital
and largest city
Berlin
Official languages English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Finnish, Danish
Demonym Nordish, Nordic
Government

Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Democratic

Republic
• Chancellor
Roman von Arnim
• President
Otto Jaeger
• Vice President
Gustav Eriksson
• Speaker
Wilhelm Krueger
Legislature
Bundesting
Bundesdag
Establishment January 1, 2015
• Unification of Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Finland
January 1, 2015
• Abolition of the North European Economic Union
January 1, 2015
Area
• Total
1,522,396.7 km2 (587,800.7 sq mi) (20th)
Population
• January 1, 2015 estimate
123,556,126 (11th)
• Density
81/km2 (209.8/sq mi) (123rd)
GDP (PPP) 2015 estimate
• Total
$11.3 trillion (3rd)
• Per capita
$89,028 (3rd)
GDP (nominal) January 1, 2015 estimate
• Total
$12,558,534,000,000 (2nd)
• Per capita
$101,642 (4th)
Gini (January 1, 2015) 26
low
HDI (January 1, 2015) 0.908
very high · 8th
Currency Reichsmark (RM)
Time zone

CET (UTC+1)

CEST (UTC+2)

AST (UTC-4)

EET (UTC+2)

EEST (UTC+3)
Date format mm/dd/yy
Drives on the right

The Nordreich Union (or simply, the Nordreich), is a conglomeration of nations that consists of Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, and Finland. Formerly called the North European Union, it was formed initially to strengthen cooperation and economic ties of the Scandinavian Unions. The founding nations, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, were quick to realize that to further strengthen the union, more nations must be incorporated. Finland, seeing economic benefits, were the first to join, with the Netherlands soon following in their example. After numerous instances of Russian submarines being sighted in North European waters (particularly in the North Sea), the Union eventually agreed upon a mutual defense pact. Soon afterwards, however, that their combined military might would still not have enough manpower to sustain a war (all of this is spurred by increased tension in Europe, after decades of semi-stable peace). The Union then looked to their South, towards their German neighbors. Germany is quite possibly the backbone of Europe's economy, and had a quite sizable army to boot. Their military reputation was quite significant, albeit dark and filled with death. They would be a very welcome candidates for inclusion into the North European Union. The problem, however, was convincing the country to join the Union. Germany was initially skeptical, as it was already bearing the consequence of having to bailout many other countries, and another economic union may add burden to it further. On the contrary, the nations in the NU appear to be very economically stable, and seemed to benefit from the union significantly. After a period of extended debate, Germany eventually relented and joined the NU. They soon dominated the North European Union, effectively being the powerhouse state within it. After years of extended growth and cultural mingling (caused by decreased travel regulations), The North European Union had gone closer together not only as an economic union, but as a pseudo-super state. A referendum on unification was soon enacted. All around the world, people saw various nationalistic protests that erupted in each nation, that would surely have a large impact on the unification process. No one believed it would succeed. However, by new year of 2015, 6 months after the start of the unification process, a referendum was passed, with 49 provinces out of 69 total provinces in each nation of the NU voting for unification. And so the Nordreich Union was Born.

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