Unitary Kingdom of Labradoria
Labradoria in 1810, indicated in red.
|Common languages||Anglish and Variot|
|Martin Von Bertricht|
|House of Governors|
|House of Delegates|
• Establishment of the Colony of Delamaria
|Crown Colony of Great Anglia|
|Royal Dominion of Great Anglia|
|Independence Declared from Great Anglia|
• Joined the 2nd Federation of Delamaria
|1 January 1819|
|Today part of||Delamaria|
The Unitary Kingdom of Labradoria was a country located in Southern Delamaria from 1766 to 1819, when it formed the Federation of Delamaria with Lysian Columbia. The nation was a constitutional monarchy under the House of Bohun-Odell, a cadet branch of the House of Odell, which ruled with 6 monarchs from 1704 to 1819.
Prior to its independence Labradoria was a Royal Dominion of Great Anglia, with a hereditary Vice Roy as its leader, which would initially be appointed by the Anglian monarch, the first Vice Roy was William Bohun-Odell, the nephew of the Anglian Monarch through his sister. In 1766 an independent Unitary Kingdom was declared with the Bohun-Odells as its ruling house, this lead to Anglian loyal soldiers stationed at Fort Meyer attempting to seize power by taking the political and military leaders meeting in Felderling hostage, with an ill-equipped force left without leadership failing to take control of Beaumont Palace where the hostages were being kept, an appeal was sent to local militias to help break through the defensive structures built around the palace, the largest militia nearby was the Vandergart Republican Army, led by Charles Landstadt. Landtstadt successfully broke into the Palace and rescued the hostages with minimal casualties, an order was sent to kill the hostages only minutes prior to their rescue, though the soldiers guarding them were afraid they would be later tried for doing so. After this many republican sentiments were still prevalent, despite the republican leadership working with the monarchists. A major republican faction known as the Pan-Delamaric Republican Party had thousands of members and threatened to overthrow the new monarchy. Therefore, in 1780, only months after his coronation, King Frederick I issued the Democratic Proclamation, granting major powers to the Governor-General, and expanding voting rights to most men and some upper-class women. The Proclamation also significantly decreased the powers of the nobility, rendering their positions to mere titles, without any real control over the lands within their domains.