Kingdom of Hallania

Kingdom of Hallania

Kongeriget Halland
1812–1929
Flag of Hallania
Flag
of Hallania
Coat of arms
CapitalRhinmond
Common languagesTuskish
Svaldish
Crethian
Demonym(s)Hallian
King 
• 1812-1817
Erik VI
• 1817-1835
Erik VII
• 1835-1893
Viktor I
• 1893-1916
Vilhelm II
LegislatureAlting
Ædelkammer
Fælleskammer
History 
• Acts of Union
3 March 1812
16 June 1929
CurrencyHallic Mark
Preceded by
Succeeded by
KingdomofTuskvalFlag.png Kingdom of Tuskval
Kingdom of Crethia
Kingdom of Svaldheim
Tuskval
Svaldheim
Velsken
Crethia

The Kingdom of Hallania, also known as the Triple Monarchy, was a sovereign state established in 1812 when the kingdoms of Tuskval, Svaldheim, and Crethia were merged. It was formed when a new constitution was adopted by all three kingdoms; as a result they formed the first and only Hallanic state. It dissolved when its member states declared sovereignty and independence during the Hallanic Wars, which followed the Continental War.

The union was established by the Acts of Union 1812 as a unitary state with jurisdiction over the whole island of Hallania. It had a single parliament, known as the Alting, and government based in Rhinmond. The three former kingdoms had been in a personal union together prior to unification. Tuskval and Svaldheim entered into union on 11 May 1655 under Gustav I & III. Crethia entered into union with the other two kingdoms on 24 February 1799 when Vilhelm I was named as King of Crethia.

The early years of the newly-unified kingdom were ...

Hallania was one of the members of the Quadruple Entente in the Continental War. Its participation in the conflict was marked by separatist insurgencies throughout the country. After its defeat, Crethia and Svaldheim declared independence. Its direct successor as the Kingdom of Tuskval where the House of Saksild-Klovborg and Gosmer retained the throne until the abolition of the monarch in 1925. Tensions between the newly-independent nations were high, resulting in the the Svaldheim-Tuskish War of 1925 and later the independence of Velsken in 1929.