Republic of Turkey
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti
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OTL equivalent: Turkey, Greece, Western Iran, Iraq, Northern Syria, Lebanon, Eastern Saudi Arabia
Flag of Turkey No coa
Flag Coat of Arms
Turkey - AvARe
Green: Republic of Turkey

"Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh" (Turkish)
(""Peace at Home, Peace in the World"")

Anthem "İstiklal Marşı"
Capital Ankara
Largest city Istanbul
Other cities Tehran, Damascus, Baghdad, Athens, Beirut, Riyadh
  others Persian, Arabic, Greek
  others Christianity
Ethnic Groups
  others Kurds, Persians, Arabs, Greeks
Demonym Turk, Turkish
Government Parliamentary republic
  legislature Grand National Assembly
President Cemal Gürsel
Prime Minister İsmet İnönü
Population 36,215,000 (Anatolia)
153,125,100 (with protectorates) 
Established 29 October 1923
Currency Turkish lira


Political Parties

Justice and Development Party

Republican People's Party

Nationalist Movement Party

Felicity Party

People's Voice Party

Great Union Party

Democratic Party

Rights and Equality Party

Democratic Left Party

True Path Party

Communist Party of Turkey

Nation Party

Nationalist and Conservative Party

Labour Party

Liberal Democratic Party

International Relations

Status Nation Notes
Ally Soviet Union The Soviets have long been allies of the Turks, and have been actively supporting Turkey in its times of need. No bad blood exist between the two nations. The Soviets aided the Turks militarily during the invasion of Persia, and assisted them during the invasion of Iraq. Turkish citizens view the Soviets as comrades in arms.
Ally Italy N/A.
Peace Japan The relationship between Turkey and Japan have been repaired, though neither nation is allowed to interfere within the sphere of influence of the other.
Neutral Romania N/A.
Protectorate Bulgaria Following the invasion of Bulgaria in the 1950s, the nation has been a subordinate puppet state of Turkey, providing the nation with military recruits, raw materials, and economic support in exchange for limited autonomy and permission to maintain a military force for self-defense.
Protectorate Serbia Following the Second World War, Yugoslavia was divided by the Allies and the Soviet Union. As a long-time ally of Turkey, the nation was offered protection by the Turkish government, and is allowed to maintain a separate military force to protect their lands in return for providing Turkey with troops during times of war.
Protectorate Albania With the end of the Second World War, the Albanians had no protection from the local powers, and given the dangers a small, post-war state faced with larger victorious powers dividing the Turkey, a diplomatic envoy was sent to nearby Turkey for economical and military assistance. The Albanians have the same rights as a protectorate; they may maintain a military force and must provide Turkey with troops during wartime.
Protectorate Croatia With the collapse of Yugoslavia, the Croats inherited a destroyed nation and few economic resources with which to rebuild. In exchange for becoming a protectorate of Turkey, the Croats gain the resources needed to rebuild their young nation.
Protectorate Hungary A close political and economical ally of Turkey during the war in Europe, Hungary was badly beaten in the fight, and was placed under Turkish protection for the duration of their rebuilding effort.
Protectorate Greece Though conquered, the Greeks were recently offered the chance to gain limit autonomy, and maintain a military force for self-defense. In exchange, they provide Turkey with military support during war, and gain economical benefits from being a member of the Turkish nation.
Protectorate Iraq In a show of brotherhood and friendship, the Iraqi people were offered self-rule and rights to maintain a military force under the supervision of the Turkish government. The Iraqis have responsible allies of the Turks, and Turkish promises to rebuild their nation and protect them from external threats have done much to build confidence in the Turkish government.
Protectorate Western Persia The Persians have been under Turkish rule for many years, and were granted limited permissions that came with being a member of Turkey. Since the ceasefire more than thirty years ago, the Persians have been prestigous members of Turkish society, and have many benefits not held by other protectorates. Demands for the unification of Persia under Turkey have been the foremost issue dominating Persian media.
Protectorate East Arabia East Arabia had the benefit of joining Turkey peacefully, and maintains all of military forces, economic and industrial facilities, and its government structure. It is the most prosperous of the Turkish protectorates, and like Western Persia, is seeking reunification of its divided lands under Turkish guidance.
Protectorate North Syria & Lebanon The Syrians and Lebanonese have it much better off than many protectorates for they live near the Turkish core territories, and are thus well-guarded against enemy invasions. The protectorates maintain their own defense forces to aid Turkish military units, and have some say in the running of their lands.
Protectorate Bosnia Like the rest of former Yugoslavia, the Turks took over the remnants of their old ally's lands vowing to rebuild them, and one day reunite them as one. The Bosnians have have been crucial to that goal, and have much at stake in such a plan.
Protectorate Montenegro The protectorate was established over Montenegro at the same time as Albania, and is considered one of the less vauble protectorates of Turkey. However, the mountainous terrain of the land is perfect for many of the Turk secret military projects.
At War United States of America The United States, as with Japan, has been active in meddling in the foreign activities of Turkey, and declared war on the nation in their agreement with Japan to invade Turkey. The United States' actions are a mystery to Turkish officials, and seems more driven by politics than anything else.
At War North Republic At one point, the North Republic was an ally of Turkey, with an arms deal signed between the two shortly after the former's creation. However, as soon as the relations between Japan and the United Stated soured with Turkey, the North Republic chose to side with America instead.
At War United Arab Republic Considering traitors and turncoats by the Turks and their allies, the UAR rules over the southern Syrians and western Arabians, dividing them from their brothers, and causing most of the troubles in the region Turkey has been trying to resolve by uniting the region together as one nation.
Destroyed Persia The Persians lost the majority of the industrial, economical, and defensible lands to Turkey in the 1930s, and have been seeking to regain them ever since. The Turks were held off from conquering them completely because of the meddling of the Japanese. Persia as a self-governing nation was destroyed by the Turks in 1969.



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