United Kingdom of Lhedwin

This article is about the state that existed between 1668 and 1900. For the archipelago, see Lhedwin.

United Kingdom of Lhedwin

Forenede Kongerige Lhedvin (Lhedwinic)
Tapun Yhdistynyt Kuningaskunta (Nausikaan)
Reeriaght Unnaneysit ny Twaferellan (Ainharic)
1668–1900
Flag of Lhedwin
Flag
Motto: Gud er hos os
"God is with us"
Anthem: Kong, Land, Lov
"King, Land, Law"
CapitalKalgnat, Navack
Common languagesOfficial:
Lhedwinic
Navish
Unofficial:
Vrnallian
Religion
Trúathi
Demonym(s)Lhedwinic
GovernmentAbsolute Monarchy
King 
• 1668-1691
Maximilian I
• 1864-1899
Karl IV
LegislatureRådet
Senate
Chamber of Peers
Historical eraEarly modern to contemporary
• Established
24 March 1668
1824
• Disestablished
1 January 1900
CurrencyKrona
Preceded by
Succeeded by
United Kingdom of Navack
Glanodel
Glanish Commonwealth
Lilledel
Nausikaa
Kingdom of Navack
Rigjord
Cuirpthean Ainhar
Almic Republic of Alriika

The United Kingdom of Lhedwin (Lhedwinic: Forenede Kongerige Lhedvin, Nausikaan: Tapun Yhdistynyt Kuningaskunta, Vrnallian (historically): Tambúj Mgokhújrija), commonly referred to as the UKL, the Lhedwinic Empire (Lhedwinic: Lhedvinsk imperium), or simply Lhedwin (Lhedwinic: Lhedvin, Vrnallian: Tambiu), was a monarchy that existed from 1668 to 1900, primarily in the Lhedwinic archipelago.

History

Foundation

Expansion and colonial ambitions

Constitutionalism and nationalism

Great War and dissolution

Constituent grand duchies and colonies

Grand Duchies

Flag Grand Duchy Capital Created Languages
Navack
Glanodel
Nausikaa
Lilledel
Rigjord
Alriika Sangashámman 1800 Lhedwinic, Almic (no official status)
Ainhar Cianbally 1838 (ceased in 1880) Lhedwinic, Cuirpthean (no official status), Ainharic (no official status)

Colonies

Flag Colony Capital Formed Dissolved Area
Motvara Större 24 March 1668 (Inherited from the United Kingdom of Navack) 1 January 1900 (Granted independence) 824,196 km2
Nordhurlant Nordhurstadt 1713 (Granted Dominion status in 1846) 1865 (Declared independence) 236,976 km2

Demographics

Language

Religion

Legacy