Si Deus Nobiscum quis contra nos (If God is with us, then who is against us)
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, or The Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, is a dualistic state of Poland and Lithuania ruled by a common monarch. It is located west of Russia, east of Prussia, and north of Austria.
Social Information Edit
Polish Latin, French, Ruthenian, Lithuanian, German, Hebrew, Yiddish, Mandarin, Manchu, Mongolian, Tibetan, Turki
Political Information Edit
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Local Official Name
King and Grand Duke
Frederick Augustus II, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, House Wettin
Frederick Augustus II, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, House Wettin.
The Winged Hussars charge into battle!
The Polish-Lithuania n Military Edit
The Polish-Lithuanian military is small compared to those of more developed nations, but is determined to protect the Crown and its territories. Poland-Lithuania does not currently have a naval force. The last fleet was destroyed by Denmark. The ships that survived were later sold.
The Commonwealth currently holds a number of territories in Europe and Asia. The most prominent of these are the Crown and Lithuania.
Territories Controlled by the Commonwealth Edit Greater Poland
Diplomatic Relations Edit
The Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland
King George Augustus II
Prime Minister Johnathan Goldtimbers
The Kingdom of Spain
King Phillip V
The Kingdom of France
King Louis XV
Queen Marie Antoinette
The Russian Empire
Tsar Vladimir I
The Most Serene Republic of Genoa
Doge Gian Francesco Brignole Sale II
The Habsburg Empire
Empress Maria Theresa I
The United Provinces
King Jarod Pillagebane I
The Kingdom of Sweden
Queen Elizabeth I
The Kingdom of Switzerland
King Alexandre II
Prime Minister Josef Kohleschmied
The Ottoman Empire
Sultan Mahmud I
The Kingdom of Portugal
Queen Grace Redskull
The Kingdom of Sardinia
King Charles Emmanuel III (Ishmael Decksteel)
Prime Minister Peter Plankwrecker
The Republic of Venice
Doge Ernesto Vittorio
The Sejm acts as the parliament for the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.