Republic of the North
lýðveldi í Norðri
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OTL equivalent: Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands, parts of Antarctica
AvARe Flag of Iceland-Greenland Proposal No coa
Flag Coat of Arms
Capital Reykjavik
Largest city Reykjavik
Other cities Nuuk

Sisimiut Iluissat

Kópavogur Hafnarfjörður



  others other language
  others Inuit animism
Ethnic Groups
  others Inuit
Government Parliamentary Republic
  legislature Alþingi
President Anders Bergstrom
High Minister Amanna Hansen
2269087 km²
  water (%) 1802798.493 sq km
Population population 
Established 20th June 1959
Independence date
Currency lýðveldi í Norðri Krona (NRK)
Time Zone +0 to -4 GMT
  summer Not observed
Calling Code 354
Organizations UN




The Green Party

Political Ideology:

Green- Libertarian Socialism


15th of September 1961



Membership (% of Population)



Amanna Hansen


Political Ideology:



1st of January 1960



Membership (% of Population)



Anders Bergstrom

Independence party

Political Ideology

Center Right


25th May 1929



Membership (%of Population)



Aligoq Kajistiaat


  • Held every five years.
  • Every party may nominate one member to stand in each constituency.
  • Every person over the age of 15, who is sound of mind may vote once in the constituency that they live in.
  • Total votes are counted up and the candidate with the most votes is elected.
  • The High Minister is the leader of the party with the majority.
  • The President is appointed by the High Minister. They act as an envoy of the highest order. They represent the North republic on the International stage.


  • 101 seats
  • 64 in Iceland
  • 37 in Greenland
  • 7 Constituencies of 9 seats in Iceland
  • 4 Constituencies of 9 seats in Greenland
  • 1 seat voted for by the whole of Iceland
  • 1 seat voted for by the whole of Greenland

International Relations

The North Republic is a member of the United Nations.


  1. Excellent: An ally
  2. Very Good: Considering an alliance
  3. Good: Friend
  4. Neutral: Don't care (Or no contact)
  5. Poor: Slight misuderstanding
  6. Wary: We will watch you.
  7. Tense: Enemy
  8. Complaint Lodged: At the UN
  9. At War: Self Explanatory
  10. Traditional Enemy: Multiple wars

Republic of Turkey:

Wary. As the succesor state to Turkey we will watch most carefully.


Excellent. The alliance with Iceland has been carried over. A member of NATOC


Tense due to their relations with Canada. Helped with the Smallpox eradication scheme.


Very Good. They have agreed to help us on numerous occasions and allowed us to buy 20 Zero 22's and two computers from them. Minor tension over their blockade of the Suez canal in 1957. Helped with the Smallpox eradication scheme but have kept "...several strands of the virus are stored away for further studies". They are participating in bilateral cross-climate special forces training operations. We are aiding them against Korea and the Dragon's awakening.

Soviet Union:

Poor. Closest ideologicaly, but never really bothered with each other. Supported Turkey.

United Arab Republic:

Neutral. Nasser was strong, but expansionist. What Gaddaffi does now a crucial factor.


Very Good. Friendly, a business partner. A member of NATOC.

People's Republic of Ireland (PRI):

Excellent. An alliance was signed in 1963. A member of the NATOC.



The flag of NATOC. The Blue is the sea and the Gold ring is the Arctic circle, prosperity and unity.

Very good. A member of NATOC.


Excellent. An ally and trading partner.


Excellent. An ally and trading partner. We are currentley helping them bring peace to Africa through the war in the USAS.


Excellent. A member of NATOC. We will defend them against the USA.


Incumbent Reigme

Tense. In our eyes they are a rogue state, and should be crushed by an international coalition. We are also concerned by their links to the Dragon's Awakening and their quick use of WMDs.

Korean Government in Exile:

Very good. We believe these to be the true Korean Government.

North Atlantic Treaty of Oceanic Countries (NATOC)

Founded on the 21st of June 1964, with the original members being the North Republic, Quebec and the People's Republic of Iceland. On the 21st of June 1969 Denmark joined the organisation, followed, in 1972, by Noway and Sweden. The organisation exists to promote peace in the North Atlantic, regulate the fishing industries and act as a military support group. Members meet twice at least twice a year (on the summer and winter solstice) though emergency meetings may be called by any member. The organisation also aims to be independent of Japan, the USSR and the USA, but to take into consideration their respective idea's. to this end it can be noted the organisation had, until 1969, one member for each superpower.  The current chairman is Cahal ó hAodha of the PRI. Chairmanship rotates among nations every 3.5 years, with the UN security council.


  • North Republic
  • Quebec
  • People's Republic of Iceland
  • Denmark
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • The Netherlands



Junior School

Second School

Universities and Collages

Nuuk Institute of Polar Sciences

Conducting research into 'Climate Change'.

Rekyjavik University of Biology

Research is focused on cloning. In 1969 it completed the sequencing of the genome of the Jellyfish Chrysaora melanaster.
Chrysaora melanaster
 It was also a vital part of the Smallpox eradication scheme.

Ilulissat Instiute of Technology

Conducting research into computer technology. Has two Japanese built computers and three produced at the IIT. Produce the worlds first Microprocessor in 1965 (the IIT Odin). It has 1500 silicon transistors and is 1/7th of an inch by 1/5th of an inch.


Norður Iýðveldi Varnarliðsdagurinn
North Republican Armed Forces
Timeline: timeline
Headquarters: Reykjavik ISL HQ
Commander-in-Chief: Naqqoq Petersen (ISLSC:NRS)
Minister of Defence: Kristján Njarðarson
Secretary of Defence: Civilian minister/secretary in charge of the military ministry of the country
Minister: Civilian minister/secretary in charge of the military ministry of the country
Commander: Person in command of all armed forces
Chief of Staff: Chief-of-staff
Branches: list wikilinked branch names separated by BR
Active personnel: Number of active personnel across all armed forces
Reserve personnel: Number of reserve personnel across all armed forces
Deployed: Number of personnel deployed outside of the country
Annual budget: Total annual expenditures across all armed forces
In % of GDP: Percent of GDP spent on military
Founded in: Date of original founding of the armed forces
Reorganized in : Date armed forces reorganized into current structure
Disbanded: Date of the disbanding or other end of existance of the armed forces
Ages qualified for service: Ages qualified by country for military service
Available for service: Population of military age
Fit for service: Population of military age fit for military service
Reaching age / yr: Population reaching military age per year
Conscription law: National conscription law
Time of service: Time of service for conscripts
Domestic suppliers: List major domestic firms and suppliers of military equipment
Supplying countries: List major supplying countries for the nation's armed forces
Annual arms exports: Value of annual arms exports
Annual arms imports: Value of annual arms imports
Historical articles on wiki: List main historical articles on wiki
Rank articles on wiki: List rank articles on wiki

Union Naval Corps

Developed from the Icelandic coast guard. The flagship is the aircraft carrier NRS Great Auk (Launched 1968). They also have two further aircraft carriers, NRS Nordal and NRS Snjóbylur.

In 1977 port defences were overhauled, giving each ten SAM launchers (launching the Jötunn ).
NRS Great Auk

NRS Great Auk with four Zero 22 fighters onboard, along with three helicopters from the North Republic Coast Guard

Special Forces

The Militia

Works heavily with the Police, sharing training facilities. A voluntary organisation, with a small base in each town. It is compulsory for all men of voting age to train for two hours a week with a rifle.

Special Forces

Developed in 1968 the 'Hvítabjörninn' (or Polar Bears) are professional soldiers who are the best in the world in Arctic conditions (a large percentage being Inuit) and very good in temperate conditions.

Airspace Defence Corps

This consists of 20  Mirage IV Strategic bombers, ten Mirage IV (Thor) Strategic bombers (a North Republic Variation with extra fuel, giving it a combat radius of 1000 miles, but less armour) and 150  Zero 22 fighters. Furthermore in 1977 the Skua was unveiled.