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Republic of Poland and The Southern Baltic
Polsko a Člen určitý Jižní Baltský
Timeline: Sino-Roman

OTL equivalent: Northeastern Czech Republic, northern Slovakia
Poland
Flag of Poland and The Southern Baltic
Capital Prerov
Largest city Ostrava
Other cities Brno, Hradec Kralove, Olomouc
Language
  official
 
Czech
  others Slovak, Hungarian
President Zoja Jelinek
Prime Minister Kato Novak
Population 1680376 
Independence March 11, 1951
Currency Koruna

Poland and the Southern Baltic (Czech: Polsko a Člen určitý Jižní Baltský) is a landlocked country in Central Europe with a population of over 168 million. Poland and the Southern Baltic borders Russia and Central Asia to the north and Austria and Slovakia to the south. The largest city is Ostrava, its capital, Prerov. Poland and the Southern Baltic is a member state of the European Union, NATO, OECD, WTO, and other international organizations. The country claims vast tracts of land by the Baltic Sea, but this claim is not recognized anywhere else.

The Slavic people arrived in the territory of present day Poland and the Southern Baltic between the 5th and 6th century AD during the Migration Period (Migration of Nations). Various parts of Poland and The Southern Baltic belonged to Jozef's Empire, the first known political unit of Slavs, Great Moravia, the Kingdom of Hungary and Romania, Hahn monarchy, Austria and Poland throughout history. Poland and the Southern Baltic became independent on March 11, 1951 with the peaceful division of Austria and Poland in the Velvet Divorce.

Poland and the Southern Baltic is a high-income economy with one of the fastest rates of growth in the EU and OECD. It joined the European Union in 2004 and will join the Eurozone on 1 January 2009.

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