Third Republic of Denmark-Sweden
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Anthem "A Cold Wind is blowing through the fjords"
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Largest city Stockholm
Other cities Oslo, Gothenburg, Aarhus
Danish and Swedish
  others Norwegian dialects, Finnish, Arabian, English
  others Islam, Eastern Orthodox
Government Parliamentary democracy
  legislature Rigsdag
Population 20,449,059 
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The Republic of Denmark-Sweden, sometimes (incorrectly) known as Scandinavia, is a democratic republic in the far north of Europe.

Founded in 1831 after redoing their constitution to have stricter and more protective laws. Throughout the 1820's, the northern region of D-S was in anarchy, and almost collapsed their government completely.

In 1830, stricter rebels took control of the government in their election, and created the Third Republic of Denmark-Sweden (TRDS).

Today, the TRDS boasts one of the strongest technological powers in the EU, and in the world. It's one of the largest countries in Europe, and has one of the best economies in the world.

It didn't take place in either of the Great Wars, but still has a large arsenal of nuclear bombs.


the name "Denmark-Sweden" derives from two nations that existed during the 9th century to 1398 when it was united to the Kingdom of Denmark-Norway.



Main article: Prehistoric Sweden and Prehistoric Denmark

In the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic (12,000-4000 BC) Denmark was covered in the Weichsel glaciation, except the western coast of Jutland, while in Sweden the Pleistocene glaciations scoured the landscape clean and covered much of it in deep quaternary sediments. the Weichsel glaciation ended around 13,000 years ago allowing humans to move back into the previously ice-covered territories and establish permanent habitation

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Viking Age

The Viking Age started around the end of the 8th century, in which both Sweden and Denmark became powerful sea-faring merchant nations.

Around the 11th century the Viking Age ended.


In the mid 14th century, during the heart of renaissance, Sweden and Denmark began making meetings to bring up the morale. Many Danish and Swedish nobles opposed this idea, as they thought their lands would be sold and that they would have to pay for the trips.

In 1398 Sweden and Denmark united as a single nation, this was an important moment in the History of Europe, and even History of Diplomacy, the nation would conquer and be led by powerful Kings. Denmark-Sweden
King George II by Charles Jervas

King Karl I Estridson (1548-1589) led Denmark-Sweden through many victories

would bring many territories in the North of Scandinavia and some Central and Eastern European territories.

However, major protests be demanding an Republic, a Republic was installed in 1608, but the King did not acknowledge this until 1612, and the Kingdom of Denmark-Sweden was replaced by the First Republic of Denmark-Sweden.


After the Monarchy was overthrown the First Republic of Denmark-Sweden was formed due to pressure from Vinland and the rest of Europe.

the Republic was a nation which ran on a simple Direct Democracy. It based its Government on New England's, and had a Prime Minister as its Head of State. It stayed out of most world politics, and tried to keep to itself. It was slightly corrupt, as it leaned towards the influence from Vinland to make most of its decisions. Being like this, it was overthrown in its Rikardist revolution in 1709.


After the successful Rikardist Revolution in 1709 and the takeover of the Government with the assassination of the President the Most Serene Republic of Denmark-Sweden (MSRDS) was established. Things changed majorly, mainly the Politics and Government. They became very isolationist, non-Capitalist society. They still traded, but only with places close to them (Scotland, Russia).

Wealth was distributed quickly, which drove many former billionaires out of the Country.

Things went good at first, but slowly got worse as they administered more reforms. By 1800, most ways of work paid the same amount of money, which led to many types of Work being run out of business. Their Government collapsed in 1816 and was replaced with the Second Republic of Denmark-Sweden. Historians say another reason it collapsed was the sense of inferiority that the People had. the Government treated everyone the same, so it lead to People having no motivation in their lives

Second Republic

The Second Republic of Denmark-Sweden (SRDS) was founded a Republic based on the Vinlandic and New England government's. it was founded after the Collapse of Rikardist Denmark-Sweden.

the People who were assigned to make a Constitution were extremely rushed,  and the whole Constitution was made in four weeks. the Makers attempted to mold it to resemble the Scottish Constitution, but also made it unique.

Most Drugs were legal there, and Punishments were lessened (to balance Hard Punishments if the Previous Government).

In 1820, Rebel groups in places like Sapmi and Norland grew, and many wanted a Reform to the Constitution. the Government managed to deal with the Revolts, but by 1830 it was too late. the SRDS was beyond repair, and the Rebels took hold of the Senate in the Next Election.

They decided to completely redo the Constitution from scratch, and created the Republic that we know today as the Third Republic of Denmark-Sweden.


In 1831 the Third Republic of Denmark-Sweden was established, it started well with Economy and Politics when it asked for economical help after the failure of the Rikardist Denmark-Sweden and the SRDS, and many nations answered with Economical Supplies.

the Constitution was made more carefully, with many laws and the Election cycle was set for five years, the nation had many good Presidents and Prime Ministers, who helped the Nation go through the troubles of the 19th Century. Liberalism grew in Denmark-Sweden, with the formation of the Liberal Party in 1839.

When the Great War began in 1845 after conflicts between Arabia and the Ottoman Empire, Denmark-Sweden choose to remain neutral, but gave Humanitarian Aid, although not isolationist. 

Denmark-Sweden economically grew in the 20th Century with Fishing in Norway and Farming in Sweden and Denmark, this would prove the Nation was a stable nation, compared to its predecessors.

When the Second Great War began in 1967 Denmark-Sweden once again stayed neutral, but providing Humanitarian Aid to the affected nations. During the 1960s and 1970s Liberalism grew, in 1970 Prime Minister Leif Rasmussen from the Socialist Labour Party (SBP) began Liberal reforms in favor for the Liberal Party.

Today Denmark-Sweden is a Economically and Politically growing nations, with many arable land and many fishes in the North Sea. With the Liberal Party being the most biggest in the Senate.

Geography, climate and environment

Denmark-Sweden lies in the Scandinavian Peninsula, making up the former kingdoms of Sweden and Denmark, most of the nation is covered in forests, with the climate being most warmest in the south of the nation, while provinces like Sapmi, Norland and Lappland are much colder.

Flora and fauna

Vintervy över Kiruna stad

A view over Kiruna, Sapmi province in Winter

Denmark-Sweden is home to a rich community of flora, fauna, animals and birds, with over TBD species living in the nation.

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The 2014 Denmark-Sweden Bureau of Census officially counted 20,449,059 people living in Denmark-Sweden, population has been growing in Denmark-Sweden recent years, the nation has had a history of immigration since the 19th century.

Copenhagen skyline


Danish and Swedish are the official languages of Denmark-Sweden, with Norwegian dialects, Finnish, German, English and Arabian being recognized languages.

Government and politics

Denmark-Sweden is a Parliamentary democracy. the head of state is TBD.

The bicameral parliament is divided between the upper house Senate (70 MPs) and lower house House of Representatives (240 MPs), each house works to create, modify and pass national laws. the Parliament reserves rights to impeach. MPs (Member of Parliament) of both houses are elected by people and election cycles renew parliamentary terms every four years.

the Supreme Court of Denmark-Sweden is the highest court within the Denmark-Sweden judicial system, the Supreme Court make up entirely the federal judiciary. the Supreme Court interprets the Constitution and uses interpretation to prevent  the legislative or executive branch from passing or executing a law or action that would violate the Constitution. the Supreme Court is composed of nine associate justices headed by the Chief Justice (Hjalmar Nordlund)

Political Subdivisions



Also called Communes

To learn more about the Municipalities of Denmark-Sweden, click here.

Denmark-Sweden has 10 provinces, and has over hundred municipalities.

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Parties and elections

Denmark-Norway has over eight political parties in the Parliament

Major political parties

  • Republican Party - the Republican Party is the most biggest political party in Denmark-Sweden, it currently has a coalition with the Social Democratic Party and the Farmer's Party
  • Social Democratic Party -
  • Liberal People's Party -
  • Conservative Party -

Minor political parties

  • Justice Party -
  • Rikardist Party - the Rikardist Party favors Rikardism, although it has little support.

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Foreign relations


Main article: Denmark-Sweden Armed Forces

The Denmark-Sweden Armed Forces is a Danish-Swedish Government Agency responsible for the maintenance and operation of the armed forces of Denmark-Sweden.

The Armed Forces consists of four service branches; the Army, the Air Force, the Navy and the Security Agency.


The Economy of Denmark-Sweden is a very developed export and import-oriented diverse economy aided by mainly Timber, fishing, Oil and Gas is a important export as Denmark-Sweden borders the North Sea. Most companies are State-run, like Oil and Timber companies, although there are some private companies. Denmark-Sweden has a GDP of 822,159 US$.


Transport Infrastructure in Denmark-Sweden is good since there are many roads and factories built.

Energy Infrastructure is unique in Denmark-Sweden with the big use of hydropower (although many other nations use hydropower, however, not the same amount), most hydropower wells are used in Norland, Lappland and Svealand, also in Trøndelag. This is seen as a clean way of gaining energy.





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