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Teutonic Confederation
Timeline: Game of Nations

OTL equivalent: Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Belarus, Northwestern Federal District (Russia), Metro Warsaw (Poland)
Teuton Confed Flag Insignia Germany Order Teutonic
Flag Coat of Arms
Locale of Teuton Confed
Location of Teuton

Teutonen vor allem! (German)
("Teutons above all!")

Anthem "Teutonic March"
Capital Memel
Largest city Sankt Georgburg
Other cities Wilna, Riga, Reval, Mengau, Warschau, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm
  others Lithuanian, Estonian, Latvian, Russian, Belarussian, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish
80% Lutheranism
  others 12% Catholicism, 6% Unaffiliated/None, 2% Eastern Orthodoxy
Ethnic Groups
97% Germanic
  others 3% Slavic/Baltic/African
Demonym Teuton
Government Fascist military dictatorship
  legislature Staatenbundstag
Hochmeister Leopold Adler
Allgemeine Minister Ferdinand Krieger
Area --- square miles
Population 51,000,000 est. 2016 
Established 1190
Independence from Teutonic Republic
  declared September 7th, 1935
  recognized November 5th, 1936
Currency Teutonic Mark (TM)
Time Zone UTC +1, +2, +3
Internet TLD .teu
Calling Code 25
The Teutonic Confederation, also known as the Confederacy in some parts of Europe, is a fascist and nationalistic Germanic state in northern Europe. The Teutonic Confederation is known for their disciplined and elite army. They are also known for producing various amounts of manufactured goods. They are one of a few nuclear capable states in the world.


The Teutonic Confederation was originally established in the 12th century by knights of the Catholic Church. However, the state and it's culture have not always existed independently.

Beginnings of the Teutons (12th-13th Centuries)

The Teutonic Confederation dates back to the original Teutonic Knights of the 12th century. The Knights were Catholic crusaders who fought in the Holy Land. Their main goals were to protect pilgrims and establish hospitals. Once the Holy Land was lost, the Teutonic Knights were moved to Hungary, to defend against hostile Turks. The order then attempted to put themselves under papal sovereignty to become independent. However, King Andras II of Hungary expelled the order. The order then continued to the baltics, where they initiated the Prussian Crusade, to convert the baltics to Christianity. After this was achieved, the Holy Roman Empire, the Papacy, and Poland all issued golden bulls recognizing Teutonic control of the baltic countries. This was all achieved by the 13th century.

Continued Expansion (14th Century)

The Teutons, now having achieved their goals of converting the baltics, were left without a task. By time of the 14th century, the Papacy had declared a crusade against what would become Russia, in order to mend the East-West Schism that occurred two centuries before. The Teutons and other Catholic nations in Europe all invaded the orthodox lands in Russia. This coalition led to Russia's timely demise. The Teutons were able to capture a large swath of Russian land in the north, and then proceeded to Germanify that land. They built a large port in what is OTL Saint Petersburg. However, they named it Sankt Georgburg, or Saint Georgesburg, after the patron saint of the Teutonic Order, Saint George. After taking the Russian lands, the Teutonic economy began to prosper enormously. The new port of Sankt Georgburg was a large cause of this, as the Teutons were receiving large amounts of trade overseas to and from St. Georgburg. From the large amount of money now being made, the Order invested more into it's military, as well as hiring mercenaries. There was a period of peace, as the Russians had largely been tamed and there was no further need for crusading in eastern Europe. However during the split of the Russian territories, there was a dispute over parts of OTL Belarus. In order to avoid war, the Papacy issued a statement declaring the strip of land in question was in fact under Teutonic jurisdiction. 

Periods of Peace (15th Century)

The Polish were less than pleased, but their King obeyed the Papacy for now. The Duchy of Finland, who had claims to lands that the Teutons took during the Eastern Crusades, was also disgruntled. The Finns went to the Papacy for help, but the Papacy once more sided with the Teutons. The Finns, Danes, Swedes, and Norwegians were all allies due to the Scandinavian Union Pact. This pact was signed in the late 13th century by the countries of Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. The Scandinavian Union essentially was a military alliance among the Nordic peoples, and also said that the Union would not let any Nords fall under foreign rule. The Union considered the occupation of the Finnish claims in OTL Murmansk and Karelia as foreign rule of Nords. The Union then began creating ties with Poland, who were likewise angered by territorial disputes. As the 15th century rolled around, France and England united under one crown, and small wars between the HRE and the United Kingdom began. The Teutonic Order was bound to serve the Holy Roman Emperor, and the Papacy, and sent troops away to fight in the wars against the UK. However, they left enough men to defend the Teutonic lands proper. Besides the small wars in western Europe, the Teutonic Order saw another century of relative peace, where their economy continued to grow and prosper.

Turmoil in Europe and Colonial Expansion (16th-17th Centuries)

Colonial Expansion

The Teutons began investing in colonial ventures with their large stocks of cash from the Baltic Sea trade, as well as their large navy. The Teutons landed and founded Neu Memel in the lands of OTL Quebec. They also landed in OTL Bahamas, creating the colony of Weißland. They also journeyed to Argentina, creating a colony by the name of Breitenfeld along the coast. This would end Teutonic colonial expansion for a few centuries.


The end of the 16th century broke the near two centuries of constant peace. The German philosopher Martin Luther had posted his Ninety Five Theses, which sent Europe into religious turmoil. The HRE was being dismantled from the inside out, and Italy, formerly defended by the HRE, was being eaten into by the UK. The Teutonic Order of the knights themselves were called away from their territories, being told to go to Germany to fight against Protestantism. This left the Teutonic Order without its founders and leaders. Poland and the Scandinavian Union saw the chance to strike at the vulnerable country, and declared war. The military was nearly non-existant due to being shipped to the HRE, and the soldiers and mercenaries that were still there could not hold back the invasion. Poland had annexed the OTL Belarussian lands they had claims on, and Finland took their claims. The holy flame in the north east that was the Teutonic Order was essentially extinguished, their only lands being small Russian holdings and the baltics.  The Teutonic Order's knights decided that the preservation of their state was more important that doing the Pope's busywork. The Order left back to the baltics, which were still occupied by the Nords and the Poles. The Order was vassalized, becoming the Duchy of Prussia, and under jurisdiction of a Polish Duke. The Teutonic Order being exposed to the Reformation, slowly began to reform throughout the 16th and 17th century. In combination with this, the UK in the 17th century had taken over Rome, which led to the Church losing all stability it managed to keep during the Reformation. This led to the HRE being converted fully into Protestantism. However, a few bastions of Catholicism remained. For example, England, France, and Poland to name a few were still Catholic. The Teutonic Order, now Lutheranized, had lost all influence with the Papacy, who had reformed into Western Catholicism.  

However, they had forged stronger ties with the HRE. After Europe had settled, the Empire saw that fellow Protestants were under Catholic rule. The Empire invaded Poland and the Scandinavian Union, while the Teutonic Order revolted and began reclaiming their old lands. The combined strength of the Germans and Teutons led to a swift fall of Poland and the Scandinavian Union. Denmark and most of Poland proper went to the HRE, while the rest of Poland and Scandinavia went to the Teutons. 

State of the Colonies

After the Order had been vassalized into the Duchy of Prussia, the colony of Weißland was taken by New Venice. Neu Memel and Breitenfeld, however, remained as colonies, though they were on the poorer side of things as Poland restricted the colonies massively as the lord to the Duchy. However, Teutonic influence was still felt, and the colonies were barely managing to scrape by every few decades.

Aftermath and Industrialization (18th-19th Centuries)

The Teutonic Order, now with no purpose as a knightly order, disbanded. The Grand Knight Commander of the time became the first King of the Teutons, and the Teutons meshed into an absolute monarchy. The royal family, von Raum, began to Germanify their new lands, as well as repair their other lands in terms of Germanification. The von Raums divided the country into different Duchies, Baronies, and the like. German princes from the von Raums took the thrones of the newly taken countries. In addition to working on cultural hegemony, the Teutons also began converting everyone in their realms to Lutheranism. However, during the reformation, new bouts of radical Eastern Orthodoxy came up, and refused to go away. This left small amounts of the Russian population as Orthodox. The Polish, who had been die-hard Catholics, also were difficult to convert. As the Renaissance ends and the Industrial Age begins, the Teutons were some of the first to begin to industrialize. After they recovered and rebuilt their lands, their massive trade empire re-established itself. This influx of money, along with a strong economy, allowed the Teutons to begin investing heavily in industrialization. Most of the former baltic states, along with Poland, some of Russia, Belarus, and some cities in Scandinavia all became industrialized in this era. The von Raum family used a lot of the industry to shape a military industrial complex, to insure that the von Raums would be on the throne for years to come. The von Raums kept promoting nationalism, also as an insurance policy. The Teutons would not have to fight in any major wars throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. They did more colonization, and got into minor colonial wars. However, they did not fight any European powers on the mainland. 

The Teutonic colonies of Breitenfeld and Neu Memel all of a sudden received large economic boosts as the Teutons became independent again. Breitenfeld manifested itself as successful trading post on the coast, as well as a good source of luxury products, not to mention a great port. Neu Memel was also a successful trading post, and started to accumulate colonists of mostly minorities wanting to escape Germanification of their lands. Therefore, the colony of Neu Memel was very diverse and cultured.

New colonies from these centuries include Neu Sankt Georgburg, which was an African colony on the gold coast. An Indian colony by the name of Neu Livonia. An OTL Indonesian colony was also established, named Neu Teutonica. Another south east asian colony was created called Sigmunddorf.  Another part of west Africa in OTL Senegal was colonized and was named Neu Mengau. That list completes their colony list.

The supplies from Teutonic colonies fueled the Teutonic economy, allowing expansion of the colonies, as well as the expansion of the Teutonic army and navy. Mercenaries were fazed out of use in the early 1700s in favor of a professional military. The von Raum family was famous for militarizing and nationalizing the Teutons.

The Kingdom of the Teutons was declared essentially defunct in the late 19th century. As the last of the Teutonic colonies was colonized, the Teutonic Empire was declared.

World War Era (20th Century)

Entering the 20th century - WIP


The Teutonic Confederation in its past has had a number of colonies in various parts of the world. This section will detail each colony.


Neu Memel at it's height of expansion.

Neu Memel

Name: Neu Memel (New Klaipeda)

OTL Location: Quebec & Newfoundland

Founded: 1596

Purpose: Expansion into Americas, Fur Trade

Population Demographics: 60% Slavic/Nordic, 40% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: Culturally Diverse


Weißland at it's height of expansion.


Name: Weißland (White Land)

OTL Location: Bahamas

Founded: 1601

Purpose: Expansion into Americas, Trade Port

Population Demographics: 100% German

Independence Year: 1650

Notes: Invaded and annexed by New Venice


Breitenfeld at it's height of expansion.


Name: Breitenfeld (Spread Field)

OTL Location: Argentina

Founded: 1616

Purpose: Expansion into Americas, Trade Port, Exotic Resources

Population Demographics: 90% German, 10% Slavic/Nordic

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: N/A

Neu Sankt Georgburg


Neu Sankt Georgburg at it's height of expansion.

Name: Neu Sankt Georgburg (New Saint Georgesburg)

OTL Location: Gold Coast

Founded: 1742

Purpose: Exotic Resources, Slave Labor

Population Demographics: 90% African, 10% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: Is apart of modern day Guineausta


Neu Livonia at it's height of expansion.

Neu Livonia

Name: Neu Livonia (New Livonia)

OTL Location: India

Founded: 1789

Purpose: Exotic Resources, Trade Port

Population Demographics: 80% Indian, 20% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: N/A

Neu Teutonica

Neu Teutonica at it's height of expansion.

Neu Teutonica

Name: Neu Teutonica (New Teutonica)

OTL Location: Indonesia

Founded: 1827

Purpose: Exotic Resources, Trade Port

Population Demographics: 90% Indonesian, 10% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: Became central constituents of Garuda.


Sigmunddorf at it's height of expansion.


Name: Sigmunddorf (Sigmund's Village)

OTL Location: South East Asia

Founded: 1844

Purpose: Exotic Resources, Trade Port

Population Demographics: 90% Asian, 10% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: N/A

Neu Mengau

Neu Mengau

Neu Mengau at it's height of expansion.

Name: Neu Mengau (New Minsk)

OTL Location: West Coast of Africa

Founded: 1856

Purpose: Exotic Resources, Slave Labor

Population Demographics: 90% African, 10% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: Half is apart of modern day Guineausta



Zufluchtsort at it's height of expansion.

Name: Zufluchtsort (Sanctuary)

OTL Location: South East Africa

Founded: 1874

Purpose: Religious Sanctuary, Slave Labor, Exotic Resources

Population Demographics: 70% African, 30% German

Independence Year: 1919

Notes: Last Teutonic colony

Teutonic Governments

This section will detail what government ruled when, and what exact type of government they were, and more.

First Teutonic Order

Began Rule: 1190

Ended Rule: 1591

Government Type: Theocratic Crusader State

Head of State Title: Hochmeister (Grand Master)

Duchy of Prussia

Began Rule: 1591

Ended Rule: 1678

Government Type: Feudal Monarchy (Vassal of Poland)

Head of State Title: Ksiaze (Polish, Duke), Herzog (German, Duke)

Second Teutonic Order

Began Rule:1678

Ended Rule: 1720

Government Type: Theocratic Crusader State

Head of State Title: Hochmeister (Grand Master)

Teutonic Kingdom

Began Rule: 1720

Ended Rule: 1872

Government Type: Absolute Monarchy

Head of State Title: König (King)

Teutonic Empire

Began Rule: 1872

Ended Rule: 1919

Government Type: Absolute Monarchy

Head of State Title: Kaiser (Emperor)

Teutonic Republic

Began Rule: 1919

Ended Rule: 1936

Government Type: Federal Republic

Head of State Title: Präsident

Teutonic Confederation

Began Rule: 1936

Ended Rule: N/A

Government Type: Fascist Military Dictatorship

Head of State Title: Hochmeister (Grand Master)

Provinces of the Confederacy

This section will detail each province of the Confederacy and give information about each. It will also break them up into their districts.


Full Name: Hohe Provinz von Groß Germane (High Province of Greater Teuton)

Administrative Capital: Memel (Klaipeda)

Districts: Teutonic District (Lithuania), Livonian District (Latvia & Estonia)

Population Estimate: 6,500,000

Provincial Minister: Ferdinand Krieger

Produces: Automobiles, Firearms, Military Equipment, Technology, Nuclear Power, Oil Shale, Generic Industrial Products, Machinery. Electronics

Climate: Cool and damp. Usual rains with moderate temperatures.

Characteristics: Large urban areas with extensive industry. The admin. capital of Memel is full of monuments and gloriously designed buildings. Large highway systems going throughout the province.

Population Ancestry: Largely German. Minority Lithuanians, Latvians, and Estonians are extremely difficult to come by. Slave Africans are found here in the factories.


Full Name: Provinz von Alt Naugard-Russland (Province of Old Novgorod-Russia)

Administrative Capital: Sankt Georgburg (Saint Petersburg)

Districts: Hafenland District (Leningrad Oblast), Ostland District (All Other Oblasts) , Pleskau District (Pskov Oblast)

Population Estimate: 10,400,000

Provincial Minister: Gebhard von Naugard

Produces: Timber, Agricultural Supplies, Naval Supplies, Technology, Minerals, Petroleum, Generic Industrial Products, Machinery. Electronics

Climate: Cool and damp in the extreme west. Cold and dry everywhere else.

Characteristics: Urban areas in the western provinces of Hafenland and Pleskau. Hafenland is extensively urbanized and industrialized. Pleskau has a few urban centers, but is largely fields. Ostland is full of forests, with small towns and villages scattered throughout. Highways throughout Hafenland, with some in Pleskau. Ostland lacks any industry and is underdeveloped.

Population Ancestry: Nearly entirely German in Hafenland. Majority of slave Africans in Hafenland. Germans constitute most of Pleskau, but minorities are found occasionally. Ostland is home to escaped Africans and prisoners. Most of Ostland consists of Slavic minorities.


Full Name: Provinz von Geringer Weiß-Russland (Province of Lesser White Russia)

Administrative Capital: Mengau (Minsk)

Districts: Mengau District (Minsk and north), Hindenburg District (South of Minsk)

Population Estimate: 9,400,000

Provincial Minister: Heinrich Hessen

Produces: Petroleum, Minerals, Generic Industrial Products, Automobiles, Textiles, Timber, Agricultural Products, Nuclear Power, Technology, Machinery, Electronics

Climate: Mild in the southwest, getting progressively colder the further northeast

Characteristics: Heavily urbanized and industrialized in the northern Mengau District.. Highways throughout. More agrarian further south in Hindenburg. Patches of urban industry throughout the south, notably in the city of Hindenburg. Marshes common throughout Hindenburg.

Population Ancestry: Largely German in Mengau, though minorities are occasional. The southern Hindenburg district contains a larger minority population, consisting of Belarussians, Russians, and Poles. Germans are still found frequently in the south. Africans are only present in the northern district of Mengau.


Full Name: Provinz von Warschau Stadt (Province of Warsaw City)

Administrative Capital: Warschau (Warsaw)

Districts: Warschau Ost District (East of Warsaw), Warschau West District (West of Warsaw), Warschau Zentral District (Warsaw Metro)

Population Estimate: 2,600,000

Provincial Minister: Gustav Augusta

Produces: Technology, Generic Industrial Products, Machinery, Automobiles, Electronics

Climate: Mild climate with typical temperate flora. Is slightly cooler and wetter than other mild places.

Characteristics: Warsaw is a large metropolitan city that sits in the center of the province. Smaller towns around Warsaw have been annexed by the city. It is a large industrial center, with fields and forests common the further you leave the metro.

Population Ancestry: Largely Polish. There is a sizable German minority, which constitutes military, law enforcement, and government agencies. There are few Africans in Warsaw, as most industry is run by native Poles. Polish culture, however, has largely been destroyed, and Germanized. There is still Polish culture, but it is withering.


Full Name: Provinz von Groß-Finnland (Province of Greater Finland)

Administrative Capital: Helsinki

Districts: Murmansk District, Karelia District, Finnland District

Population Estimate: 7,100,000

Provincial Minister: Ludwig Bergdorf

Produces: Nuclear Power, Automobiles, Naval Supplies, Machinery, Timber, Generic Industrial Products, Agricultural Supplies, Electronics

Climate: Cold and snowy tundra with large forests.

Characteristics: Large industrial towns in the south along the Baltic, with smaller villages as you go north.

Population Ancestry: Largely Finnish. Notable German and Russian minorities, but Groß-Finland has largely remained inhabited by the Finns. Cities in the south have larger German populations, while Russians and Finns inhabit the rest of the province. Russians are found largely in Murmansk and Karelia.


Full Name: Provinz von Ost-Skandinavien (Province of East Scandinavia)

Administrative Capital: Stockholm

Districts: N/A (Scandinavia Lacks Districts)

Population Estimate: 9,800,000

Provincial Minister: Karl Geringer

Produces: Hydropower, Minerals, Timber, Automobiles, Firearms, Electronics, Machinery, Generic Industrial Products

Climate: Cold and snowy tundra with large forests in the north. Temperate and cool in the south.

Characteristics: Large urban areas existing in the south with large industrial centers. Small villages and towns become more common the further north you go.

Population Ancestry: Largely Swedish. Frequent German workers in industrial sectors, along with the government and law enforcement sectors.


Full Name: Provinz von West-Skandinavien (Province of West Scandinavia)

Administrative Capital: Oslo

Districts: N/A (Scandinavia Lacks Districts)

Population Estimate: 5,200,000

Provincial Minister: Hermann Heiniger

Produces: Petroleum, Hydropower, Electronics, Generic Industrial Products, Timber, Minerals

Climate: Coastal mountains in the west, with tundra in the north and east. The south and west experience mild climates. The east and south are dry, while the west is wet.


The Teutons were originally from mainland Germany. They brought the German culture over to their lands with them, but 900 years of isolation from the rest of the German culture has led the Teutons to stray from the path of modern German culture.


The Teutons were from Germany, as stated above. They came to their current lands in the early 12th century, speaking Middle Low German. The trading that the Teutonic Order did within the Hanseatic League led to them mostly continuing on with modern Low German, although when the league fell apart in the 16th century, the Teutons adapted to High German through contact with the HRE and other organizations. They have a unique dialect of High German that is called Teutonic German. There are some different spellings, minor syntax changes, and most noticeably, pronunciation differences.

As a result from these language changes, you will see Teutonic documents and writing from before the 16th century will be in Middle Low German and Modern Low German. However, anything from after the 16th century, will be in High German, and as the further you go on, the more pronounced and developed the Teutonic dialect becomes. For display purposes, everything written in German on this article will be in High German.


Teutonic arts did not really grow until the foundation of the Teutonic Kingdom. During this time, Teutonic arts flourished and were encouraged widely by the von Raum family. This led to many books being published, paintings, works of music, and more. The cultivation of Teuton arts led to a growing rise in nationalism in the Teutonic Kingdom.

List of Rulers

This list will include rulers of the Teutons from the Duchy of Prussia until now. There are not enough written records of Grand Masters during the First Order.

Duchy of Prussia

The Duchy of Prussia was a vassal of the Kingdom of Poland, which existed from the 16th to 17th centuries.

Ksiaze Patryk Vasa I Prus

Ruled From: 1591

Ruled To: 1602

Rule Style: Neglected main Teutonic lands, exploited resources for the good of Poland.

Fate: Died of natural causes

Ksiaze Patryk Vasa II Prus

Ruled From: 1602

Ruled To: 1633

Rule Style: Passive and lazy, neglected all his lands.

Fate: Died of natural causes

Ksiaze Wladyslaw Vasa I Prus

Ruled From: 1633

Ruled To: 1657

Rule Style: Ruled efficiently, treated Teutons fairly.

Fate: Replaced by the Polish king

Ksiaze Patryk Vasa III Prus

Ruled From: 1657

Ruled To: 1676

Rule Style: Ruled efficiently, but treated Baltic peoples as above Teutons.

Fate: Died of natural causes

Ksiaze Zygmunt Vasa I Prus

Ruled From: 1676

Ruled To: 1678

Rule Style: Ruled with an iron fist, known as 'The Tyrant' in the modern Confederacy.

Fate: Overthrown and publicly beheaded in Memel.

Second Teutonic Order

The Second Teutonic Order is considered a buffer zone between the Duchy of Prussia and the Teutonic Kingdom. The Second Order was never officially declared, but was widely accepted by Teutons as the new governing body.

Hochmeister Albert I von Reval

Ruled From: 1678

Ruled To: 1720

Rule Style: Rebuilt Teutonic lands, and began to Germanify new lands.

Fate: Disbanded the Second Order, as well as the religious order. Resigned his position as Grand Master.

Teutonic Kingdom


Teutonic Army

The Teutonic Army is the military fighting force of the Confederacy. It is broken into the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. The Army swears allegiance to the Hochmeister. Currently in peace time, there are approximately three million active duty soldiers.


The current army of 3 million is divided as such:

There are three army groups with one million men each.

There are thirty field armies per army group of one hundred thousand soldiers each.

Each field army has two corps of fifty thousand soldiers each.

Each corps has ten divisions of ten thousand soldiers each.

Each division has five regiments of two thousand soldiers each.

Each regiment has four battalions of five hundred soldiers each.

Each battalion has five companies of one hundred soldiers each.

Each company has five platoons of twenty soldiers each.

Each platoon has two sections of ten men each

Each section has two fire teams of five men each.


The entire armed forces is under jurisdiction of the Oberbefahlshaber. (Supreme Commander)

Each army group is commanded by a Generalfeldmarschall. (Field Marshal)

Each field army is commanded by a GeneralOberst. (Colonel General)

Each corps is commanded by a GeneralLeutnant or General. (Lieutenant General, General)

Each division is commanded by a GeneralMajor. (Major General)

Each regiment is commanded by an Oberst. (Colonel)

Each battalion is commanded by an OberstLeutnant. (Lieutenant Colonel)

Each company is commanded by a Major or Kapitän. (Major, Captain)

Each platoon is commanded by an OberLeutnant or Leutnant. (First Lieutenant, Lieutenant)

Each section is commanded by anywhere from an FeldwebelLeutnant to a Sergeant. (Acting Lieutenant - Sergeant)

Each fire team is commanded by an UnterOffizier. (Corporal)


This section will detail the various different awards that are awarded by the Confederacy.


Warrior Merit Medal

The Warrior Merit Medal is awarded to those in the armed forces who have shown exceptional service to the country. They are gold plated silver that are 25mm in diameter and they are circular. The obverse has the words "Warrior Merit" in German, surrounded by two laurel spigs tied with a bow. The reverse has the crown cypher of the last Emperor of the Teutonic Empire.


Cross of the Order of Albert

Awarded to those who have shown outstanding skill in the areas of command. It is a white ivory cross, outlined with silver. The cross has a blue circle in the center with golden laurels, at the bottom of the circle it reads "1850" , the year the award was established. The center of the circle is once more white, with the coat of arms of Grand Master Albert I von Reval.

Further Decorations

Two bronze swords are added to the reverse of the medal if quality of service continues after being awarded. It is also to signify a second award of the cross.. This version is called the Cross of the Order of Albert with Swords. It is more prestigious than without swords.


Grand Cross of the Teutons

Awarded for extreme bravery and other extreme acts of valor. It is a Teutonic Cross, with a ring at the top. The Cross also comes with a golden lace necklace, designed to go through the ring at the top of the Cross to be worn on the neck. In addition to this, the one being awarded the Cross is to have the Teutonic Cross stitched to their military garment to show they are a recipient of the cross.

The Cross may be worn at the same time their garment has the cross stitched in. The Cross is also the most prestigious of all medals awarded by the Teutons. It is equal to the Victoria Cross, the Medal of Honor, and other awards.

The Grand Cross is extremely expensive to make. The white of the cross is molded out of ivory. The black is obsidian attached onto the top of the top of the ivory. The golden decorations are attached above it, made of 24 karat gold. The ring at the top is also 24 karat gold, with the sphere in between being an etched pearl of obsidian.

The cost of the cross is not a problem, as the cross is rarely awarded.

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