Vierz Empire

Vierz Empire
Vierzisches Reich

1766–1990
Flag of Vierzland
Flag
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Seal
Motto: Gott und volk
God and people
Anthem: O Vierzland hoch in Ehren
O Vierzland high in honour
Imperial Standard: Marsch des Kaisers
March of the Kaiser
CapitalAdtrus
Common languagesOfficial: Vierz
Unofficial: Hauvic, Isheric, Luepolan, Vyzinian
GovernmentUnitary absolute monarchy
(1766–1868)
Unitary parliamentary semi-constitutional monarchy
(de jure 1868–1990)
Unitary one-party semi-constitutional monarchy under an autocratic military dictatorship
(1927–1952; 1979–1985)
Emperor 
• 1766–1795
Constantine
• 1795–1829
Frederick I
• 1829–1847
Frederick II
• 1847–1861
Alexander I
• 1861–1895
Victor I
• 1895–1927
Alexander II
• 1927–1955
Victor II
• 1955–1976
Victor III
• 1976–1989
Victor IV
Chancellor 
• 1766–1781
Friedrich Geiger (first)
• 1986–1990
Heinrich Werner (last)
Military dictator 
• 1927–1949
Hermann Eschau
• 1949–1953
Helmut Bergmann
• 1979–1985
Stefan Vogt
LegislatureReichsthing (Imperial Thing)
Imperial Council
Imperial Assembly
Historical eraLate modern period
7 June 1766
28 October 1989
10 January 1990
Population
• 1766
18,623,181
• 1990
87,230,942
CurrencyReichsmark (ᛗ)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Vierz Kingdom
Vierz League
Vierzland
Area and population not including colonial data

The Vierz Empire (Vierz: Vierzisches Reich, Hauvic: Wiersisches Riek) was an empire in central Patyria. It was founded in the aftermath of the First Apelic War in 1766 and dissolved in 1990 as a result of the Werner Declaration following the Vierz Revolution.