Mascyllary Kingdom

Mascyllary Kingdom

Königreich Maskilliens (Hesurian)
1793–1924
Motto: Vereint in Blut und Ehre
"United in blood and honour"
Anthem: Unser 'eintes Land des Königs (official anthem of the King Emperor)
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"Our united country of the king"
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The Mascyllary Kingdom on the eve of the Great War in green, territories lost after 1841 in light green
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CapitalLangquaid (1793-94)
Königsreh (1794-)
Common languagesOfficial:
Hesurian
Unofficial:X
Religion
Semitarism
Demonym(s)Mascyllary
GovernmentFederal parliamentary semi-constitutional monarchy
King 
• 1793–1827 (first)
Lukas I
• 1892–1923 (last)
Ludwig I
Prime Minister 
• 1793–1835 (first)
Wilhelm Stenreck
• 1922–1923 (last)
Erwin Martinsen
LegislatureImperial Diet
Imperial Diet
Federal Council
Historical era1793–1923
23 May 1793
• Constitution adopted
17 April 1796
8 September 1910
10 March 1917
13 May 1923
2 June 1923
26 January 1924
Population
• 1800
6,800,000
• 1900
21,570,000
• 1909
23,720,000
• 1920
26,220,000
CurrencyMascyllary gold mark (1793–1910)
Mascyllary Pappemark (1910–1918)
Mascyllary silver mark (1918–1923)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Cuthland
Kingdom of Waldrich
Kingdom of Aldia
Kingdom of Adwhin
Kingdom of Eustria
Kingdom of Holnia
Kingdom of Welsbach
Mascylla
People's State of Hytekojuznia
Lilienburg
Today part ofCuthland-Waldrich
Mascylla
Temaria

The Mascyllary Kingdom (Hesurian: Maskillisches Königreich), also known as the Kingdom of Mascylla (Hesurian: Königreich Maskillien), was the Mascyllary nation state that exited from the unification of Mascylla in 1793 until the abdication and execution of King Emperor Lukas II in 1923. The Mascyllary Kingdom was composed of 31 states, most of them had been ruled by a royal family. These included five kingdoms, six grand duchies, four duchies, fourteen principalities, and two independent cities. The unification and establishment of Mascylla was belatedly concluded with the Treaty of Langquaid signed on 18 May 1793 to end the fighting of the War of the Five Kings, the subsequent proclamation of Aldian king Lukas I as King of Mascylla in Langquaid on 23 May, and the adoption of the Constitution of Mascylla on 17 April 1796. On the basis of the hegemony of the House of Ahnern over Mascylla as a whole and the exclusion of Adwhin from supranational power, the Mascyllary Kingdom was the first Mascyllary nation state in history.

The kingdom saw a major and gradual transformation of society and economy owed to the Industrial Revolution, while it socially and structually began to reform itself from an agrarian state to an industrial nation, with significant service, banking and manufacturing sectors and a steadily growing economy (colloquially dubbed the Gründerjahre). THe increasing emancipation of the growing middle class of entrepeneurs and politically active citizens prompted social reforms such as increased global trading, suffrage and socialism as political directive of the rising worker class. Structural basis of these developments include a rapid population growth, large migration and urbanisation.

The development of domestic and foreign policy was dominated by the fallout of the Second Cutho-Mascyllary War of 1839-41 and worsening enmity to Cuthland. Succeeding prime ministers and kings, most notably King Ludwig I, designed an intricate international network of alliances with Lavaria and later Albeinland, similar to Wilhelm Stenreck's original foreign policy in the 1830s abolished by the more ambitious Lukas II, which sought to combat the Central Alliance's powers of Cuthland and Dulebia in Berea. While the alliances were supposed to ensure peace among major powers, Ludwig I intensified the role of Mascylla as a global and imperialist power, vying to regain lost territories from Cuthland as ravanchism and expand its colonial empire in overseas. International conflicts of interest arose quickly and laid the foundations of the later Great War.

History

Formation

Stenreck era

Gründerjahre

Cutho-Mascyllary War and aftermath

Rise as an empire

Great War

Politics

States

Map and table

Military

Population

Legacy

Territoral

Cultural and political