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Greater Belgian Empire


The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire is a nation led by Leider Arthur Durant on the continent of Europe. The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire's government is a Dictatorship with very conservative social policies. Economically, The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire favors extremely right wing policies. The official currency of The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire is the Franc. At 255 days old, The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire is an old nation. The Kingdom of the Greater Belgian Empire has a population of 400,277 and a land area of 5,650.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 70.85. Pollution in the nation is a disaster. The citizens' faith in the government is completely depleted with an approval rating of 0%.


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Flag:National Flag
Nation Name:Greater Belgian Empire
Leader Name:Arthur Durant
Currency:Currency Image Franc
History:The Greater Belgian Empire was formed on the 10 November after a coup in the Flanders - Zeelands border. The coup started on the 13 August when Arthur Durant (leader of The Greater Belgian Empire) decided that it was time for change. That day he gathered a small group of followers and raided an military base in the region. A week later a police officer in Ypres was killed at the Menin Gate. 3 days later Arthur and his gang looted another military base. On the 30 October Arthur and his followers set up there base in the city now known as Degrellis. Within the small city Durant started his first major recruitment campaign. Within 2 days he had recruited 10 000 more followers. However the campaign was put an end to as the Belgian police ripped down posters. Durant and his men did not agree with this and therefore decided that they would be forced to own the city in order to continue the recruitment. On the 28 October Durant and his men attacked the city and took control of it. Phillipe of Belgium now saw the threat was being caused by Durant and therefore ordered the Belgian Armed Forces to intervene. On the 2 November the Belgian army set camp outside the city, trying to prepare an assault. On the 3 at 4pm Arthur met Phillipe personally and told him the withdraw his forces from the city but Phillipe did not accept to do so. On the same day at 6pm Arthur's men attacked the Belgian positions, the big battle had begun. Arthur however could not remain on the offensive and was forced to fallback into the city after having token heavy casualties. On the 8 November Arthur had token a defensive position side the city hopping to trap the Belgian forces. This plan was created by Luc Durant; Arthur's most trusted general. The plan worked really well an within 4 hours 300 000 Belgian troops had been killed, however, during the action Luc Durant had been badly injured by a grenade and would never fully recover from his wounds. Although Degrellis was nearly non-existence an Arthur's forces about to break apart Philipe withdrew his forces and at 7am on the 10 November Philipe declared the Greater Belgian Empire and independent nation. Although Belgium and the Greater Belgian Empire have signed white peace aggression between the two still continues as Arthur Durant hopes to someday rule the world.
Geography
Continent:Europe
Land Area:9,092.77 sq. km
Terrain:
Highest Peak:Verdinaso Peak, 3,479 meters
Lowest Valley:Rex Bassin, -758 meters
Climate:
People & Society
Population:400,277 people
Demonym:Imperial Belgian
Demonym Plural:Imperial Belgians
Ethnic Groups:Belgians - 45.6%
Flemish - 28.5%
Walloon - 26.9%
Languages:Flemish - 47.7%
French - 43.1%
Wallon - 10.2%
Religions:Roman Catholics - 98.3%
Judaism - 2.6%
Protestants - 0.1%
Health
Life Expectancy:83 years
Obesity:0.3%
Alcohol Users:100%
Tobacco Users:40.7%
Cannabis Users:2.8%
Hard Drug Users:0.1%
Economy
Description:
Average Yearly Income:$304.17
GDP:$327,883,559.65
GDP per Capita:$819.14
Industries:
Military
History:
Soldiers:0
Tanks:0
Aircraft:0
Ships:5
Missiles:0
Nuclear Weapons:0
Last Updated: 11/17/2018 02:58 am