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Economies and companies[edit]

Orbit Industries[edit]

Orbit Industries
Aktiengesellschaft
IndustryAerospace, Defence, Electricity, Aircraft engines, Electric motors, Chemicals
FoundedMarch 1, 2024; 5 years' time (2024-03-01)
HeadquartersOrbit Trade Center Frankfurt, Germany (headquarters) Memmingen, Germany (Aircraft assembly)
Area served
Worldwide
RevenueIncrease $3,0152 trillion
Increase $765 billion
Number of employees
380.000
SubsidiariesAirbus
Airbus Defence and Space
Airbus Helicopters
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Orbit Aviation
Orbit Defence
Orbit Energy
Orbit Green
Orbit Engines
Orbit Chemicals

Transport manufacturing[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Airbus Aircraft $45  Europe
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Aircraft $35,2  United States
Bombardier Inc. Aircraft $21  Canada
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Aircraft $2,7  China
Total $103,9

Automobiles[edit]

German automotive manufacturers (acquisitors)[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Volkswagen Automotive $270  Germany
Daimler AG Automotive $162  Germany
BMW Automotive $106  Germany
Audi* Automotive $66,2  Germany
Porsche Automotive $3,3  Germany

Non-German automotive manufacturers (targets)[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Toyota Automotive $217  Japan
General Motors Automotive $155  United States
Ford Automotive $147  United States
Nissan Automotive $112,4  Japan
Honda Automotive $97,13  Japan
Hyundai Automotive $84  South Korea
PSA Peugeot Citroën Automotive $75,47  France
Chrysler Automotive $65,78  United States
Renault Automotive $55,81  France
Tata Motors Automotive $32,23  India
Suzuki Automotive $26,27  Japan
Mazda Automotive $23,24  Japan
Mitsubishi Motors Automotive $20,74  Japan
Total $1112,07*
  • Since the German automotive manufacturers are not owned by Fastair Industries, the full revenue of the acquiered companies does not add up with FI's. Only 10% from the revenue goes to Fastair Industries which is $111,207 billion.

Shipbreaking[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Chittagong Ship Breaking yard Shipbreaking  Bangladesh
Changjiang Ship Breaking yard Shipbreaking  China
Alang Ship Breaking Yard Shipbreaking  India
Gadani Ship Breaking yard Shipbreaking  Pakistan
Aliaga Ship Breaking Yard Shipbreaking  Turkey

Enegy Industry[edit]

Oil and gas[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Royal Dutch Shell Oil and gas $484,489  Netherlands /  United Kingdom
Exxon Mobil Oil and gas $438,255  United States
BP Oil and gas $386,463  United Kingdom
Sinopec Oil and gas $375,214  China
China National Petroleum Corporation Oil and gas $352,338  China
Chevron Corporation Oil and gas $245,621  United States
Conoco Phillips Oil and gas $237,272  United States
Total Oil and gas $231,580  France
Gazprom Oil and gas $157,830  Russia
Eni Oil and gas $153,676  Italy
Petrobras Oil and gas $145,915  Brazil
Lukoil Oil and gas $139,2  Russia
GDF Suez Oil and gas $126,076  France
Pemex Oil and gas $125,344  Mexico
Valero Energy Oil and gas $125,095  United States
PDVSA Oil and gas $124,754  Venezuela
Rosneft Oil and gas $102,000  Russia
Total $3709,972

Russian Oil and Gas companies[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Gazprom Oil and gas $356,000  Russia
Lukoil Oil and gas $141,500  Russia
Rosneft Oil and gas $102,000  Russia
Surgutneftegas Oil and gas $27.400  Russia
Bashneft Oil and gas $16.300  Russia
Tatneft Oil and gas $14.500  Russia
Russneft Oil and gas $5.100  Russia
Total $663.00

Countries by oil production[edit]

Country Production (bbl/day) Share of
World %
Date of
Information
 World 84,951,200[1] 100% 2014 est.
1  Saudi Arabia 11,725,680 13.80% 2014 est.
2  United States 11,118,690 13.09% 2014 est.
3  Russia 10,396,970 12.23% 2014 est.
4  China 4,372,000 5.15% 2014 est.
5  Iraq 3,856,000 4.54% 2014 est.
6  Iran 3,518,000 4.14% 2014 est.
7  Canada 3,400,000 3.75% 2013 est.
8  United Arab Emirates 3,087,000 3.32% 2013 est.
9  Venezuela 3,023,000 3.56% 2013 est.
10  Mexico 2,934,000 3.56% 2013 est.
11  Kuwait 2,682,000 2.96% 2013 est.
12  Brazil 2,633,000 3.05% 2013 est.
13  Nigeria 2,525,000 2.62% 2013 est.
14  Norway 1,998,000 2.79% 2013 est.
15  Algeria 1,885,000 2.52% 2013 est.
16  Angola 1,840,000 2.31% 2013 est.
17  Kazakhstan 1,635,000 1.83% 2013 est.
18  Qatar 1,631,000 1.44% 2013 est.
19  United Kingdom 1,099,000 1.78% 2011 est.
20  Colombia 1,011,992 0.97% 2013 est.
21  Azerbaijan 987,000 1.20% 2011 est.
22  Indonesia 982,900 1.66%
23  India 897,300 1.04% 2013 est.
25  Oman 890,500 0.95% 2013 est.
26  Argentina 796,300 0.93% 2013 est.
27  Libya 700,000 0.85% 2013 est.[2]
28  Egypt 680,500 0.80% 2013 est.
29  Malaysia 693,700 0.82% 2013 est.
30  Ecuador 485,700 0.58% 2013 est.
31  Australia 589,200 0.70% 2013 est.
32  Syria 400,400 0.48% 2013 est.
33  Thailand 380,000 0.45% 2013 est.
35  Equatorial Guinea 346,000 0.41% 2013 est.
36  Vietnam 300,600 0.36% 2013 est.
37  Yemen 288,400 0.34% 2013
38  Taiwan 276,800 0.33% 2009
39  Congo, Republic of the 274,400 0.33% 2009
40  Denmark 262,100 0.31% 2009
41  Gabon 241,700 0.29% 2009
42  Turkmenistan 197,700 0.22% 2009
43  South Africa 191,000 0.22% 2009
44  Germany 156,800 0.19% 2009
45  Trinidad and Tobago 151,600 0.18% 2009
46  Peru 148,000 0.17% 2009
47  Italy 146,500 0.17% 2009
48  Brunei 146,000 0.17% 2009
49  Japan 132,700 0.16% 2009
50  Romania 117,000 0.14% 2009
51  Chad 115,000 0.13% 2009
52  Sudan 111,700 0.13% 2009
53  Ukraine 99,930 0.12% 2009
54  Timor-Leste 96,270 0.11% 2009
55  Tunisia 91,380 0.11% 2009
56  Cameroon 77,310 0.09% 2009
55  Uzbekistan 70,910 0.08% 2013
56  France 70,820 0.08% 2013
57  New Zealand 61,150 0.07% 2013
58  Suriname 59,190 0.07% 2013
59  Pakistan 59,140 0.07% 2013
60  Ivory Coast 58,950 0.07% 2013
61  Netherlands 57,190 0.07% 2013
62  Turkey 52,980 0.06% 2013
63  Bahrain 48,560 0.06% 2013
64  Cuba 48,340 0.06% 2013
65  Korea, South 48,180 0.06% 2010
66  Bolivia 47,050 0.06% 2010
67  Papua New Guinea 35,090 0.04% 2009
68  Poland 34,140 0.04% 2009
69  Belarus 31,400 0.04% 2009
70  Spain 27,230 0.03% 2009
71  Croatia 23,960 0.03% 2009
72  Austria 21,880 0.03% 2009
73  Hungary 21,430 0.03% 2010
74  Burma 18,880 0.02% 2009
75  U.S. Virgin Islands 16,870 0.02% 2009
76  Mauritania 16,510 0.02% 2009
77  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 16,360 0.02% 2009
78  Guatemala 13,530 0.02% 2009
79  Philippines 12,000 0.02% 2013 est.[3]
80  Serbia 11,400 0.01% 2010
81  Belgium 11,220 0.01% 2009
82  Czech Republic 10,970 0.01% 2009
83  Singapore 10,910 0.01% 2009
84  Chile 10,850 0.01% 2009
85  Finland 8,718 0.01% 2009
86  Estonia 7,600 0.01% 2009
87  Ghana 7,081 0.01% 2009
88  Greece 6,779 0.01% 2009
89  Lithuania 6,333 0.01% 2009
90  Bangladesh 5,733 0.01% 2009
91  Albania 5,400 0.01% 2009
92  Mongolia 5,100 0.01% 2009
93  Sweden 4,833 0.01% 2009
94  Portugal 4,721 0.01% 2009
95  Slovakia 4,114 0.00% 2013
96  Morocco 4,053 0.00% 2013
97  Belize 3,990 0.00% 2013
98  Israel 3,806 0.00% 2013
99   Switzerland 3,488 0.00% 2013
100  Bulgaria 3,227 0.00% 2013
101  Aruba 2,235 0.00% 2013
102  Puerto Rico 1,783 0.00% 2013
103  Uruguay 997 0.00% 2010
104  Georgia 995 0.00% 2013
105  Kyrgyzstan 979 0.00% 2013
106  Barbados 765 0.00% 2013
107  Ireland 431 0.00% 2010
108  Tajikistan 221 0.00% 2013
109  Zambia 160 0.00% 2013
110  Korea, North 118 0.00% 2013
111  Somalia 108 0.00% 2013
112  Paraguay 31 0.00% 2013
113  Sierra Leone 29 0.00% 2013
114  Slovenia 5 0.00% 2013
115  Panama 2 0.00% 2013

Arab League countries and Iran by oil production[edit]

Country Production (bbl/day) Share of
World %
Date of
Information
 World 84,951,200[1] 100% 2014 est.
1  Saudi Arabia 11,725,680 13.80% 2014 est.
2  Iraq 3,856,000 4.54% 2014 est.
3  Iran 3,518,000 4.14% 2014 est.
4  United Arab Emirates 3,087,000 3.32% 2013 est.
5  Kuwait 2,682,000 2.96% 2013 est.
6  Algeria 1,885,000 2.52% 2013 est.
7  Qatar 1,631,000 1.44% 2013 est.
8  Oman 890,500 0.95% 2013 est.
9  Libya 700,000 0.85% 2013 est.[4]
10  Egypt 680,500 0.80% 2013 est.
11  Syria 400,400 0.48% 2013 est.
12  Yemen 288,400 0.34% 2013
13  Sudan 111,700 0.13% 2009
14  Bahrain 48,560 0.06% 2013
15  Mauritania 16,510 0.02% 2009
16  Morocco 4,053 0.00% 2013
17  Somalia 108 0.00% 2013
- Total 31,863,411 37.51% 2013

Largest non-Middle East producers of oil[edit]

Country Production (bbl/day) Share of
World %
Date of
Information
 World 84,951,200[1] 100% 2014 est.
1  United States 11,118,690 13.09% 2014 est.
2  Russia 10,396,970 12.23% 2014 est.
3  China 4,372,000 5.15% 2014 est.
4  Canada 3,400,000 3.75% 2013 est.
5  Venezuela 3,023,000 3.56% 2013 est.
6  Mexico 2,934,000 3.56% 2013 est.
7  Brazil 2,633,000 3.05% 2013 est.
8  Nigeria 2,525,000 2.62% 2013 est.
9  Norway 1,998,000 2.79% 2013 est.
10  Angola 1,840,000 2.31% 2013 est.
11  Kazakhstan 1,635,000 1.83% 2013 est.
12  United Kingdom 1,099,000 1.78% 2011 est.
13  Colombia 1,011,992 0.97% 2013 est.
14  Azerbaijan 987,000 1.20% 2011 est.
15  Indonesia 982,900 1.66%
16  India 897,300 1.04% 2013 est.
17  Argentina 796,300 0.93% 2013 est.
18  Malaysia 693,700 0.82% 2013 est.
19  Ecuador 485,700 0.58% 2013 est.
20  Australia 589,200 0.70% 2013 est.
- Total 53,418,752 62,88% 2013 est.

List of Oil refineries[edit]

Name Owner Capacity (bbl/d) Capacity (m3/d) City State
Baytown Refinery Exxon Mobil 560,640 89,135 Baytown Port Arthur
Port Arthur Refinery Motiva Enterprises 600,000 95,000 Port Arthur Texas
Wood River Refinery Phillips 66/Cenovus Energy 306,000 48,700 Roxana Illinois
Whiting Refinery BP 405,000 64,400 Whiting Indiana
Baton Rouge Refinery Exxon Mobil 503,000 80,000 Baton Rouge Louisiana
Lake Charles Refinery Citgo 427,800 68,010 Lake Charles Louisiana
Pine Bend Refinery Flint Hills Resources 320,000 51,000 Rosemount Minessota
Pascagoula Refinery Chevron 370,000 59,000 Pascagoula Missisipi
Philadelphia Refinery Philadelphia Energy Solutions 335,000 53,300 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Beaumont Refinery Exxon Mobil 348,500 55,410 Beaumont Texas
Deer Park Refinery Shell Oil Company 333,700 53,050 Deer Park Texas
Galveston Bay Refinery Marathon Petroleum Company 451,000 71,700 Texas City Texas

Port Arthur Refinery

Valero 325,000 51,700 Port Arthur Texas

Coal[edit]

Company Industry Revenue(USD billions) Headquarters
Coal India Coal mining $13  India
Peabody Energy Coal mining $7  United States
Consol Energy Coal mining $5,24  United States
Drummond Company Coal mining $5  United States
Arch Coal Coal mining $4,2  United States
NACCO Industries Coal mining $3,3  United States
Massey Energy Coal mining $2,69  United States
Total $40,43

Geopolitics[edit]

State mergers[edit]

Europe[edit]

Proposed state Components Notes
European Federation of Technocratic Republics  Germany
 Austria
 Czech Republic
 Slovakia
 Poland
 Friesland
 The Netherlands
 Belgium
 Luxembourg
 France
 Brittany
 Normandy
 Lithuania
 Latvia
 Estonia
 Belarus
 Ukraine
 Russia
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: Germany
  • Capital:Berlin
  • Technocratic: Yes
The Nordic Confederation  Greenland
 Iceland
 Faroe Islands
 Norway
 Sweden
 Finland
 Denmark
 Åland Islands
 Gotland
United after the Technocractic Revolution. One of only 7 states not under control of technocracy.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Stockholm
  • Technocratic: No
Mediterranean Federation/Roman Federation  Italy
 France
 Spain
 Catalonia
 Basque Country
 Portugal
 Slovenia
 Croatia
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Montenegro
 Kosovo
 Albania
 Macedonia
 Greece
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: Italy
  • Capital: Rome
  • Technocratic: Yes
Tecnocratic Balkan Confederacy  Moldova
 Romania
 Bulgaria
 Serbia
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All members states
  • Capital: Bucharest
  • Technocratic: Yes
European Microstate Union   Vatican City
 San Marino
 Liechtenstein
 Monaco
 Andorra
United after the Technocractic Revolution. Political union of Microstates of Europe in which each state is sovreign. Includes 5 of only 12 countries not under control of technocracy.
  • Ruling country: All members states
  • Capital: None
  • Technocratic: No

Asia[edit]

Proposed state Components Notes
Siberian Confederation  Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
 Magadan Oblast
 Sakha Republic
 Krasnoyarsk Krai
 Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug
 Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
 Komi
 Nenets Autonomous Okrug
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All members states
  • Capital: Yakutsk
  • Technocratic: Yes
Indochina Confederation  Burma
 Thailand
 Laos
 Cambodia
 Vietnam
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All members states
  • Capital: Saigon
  • Technocratic: Yes
Republic of Borneo  Indonesia
 Malaysia
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: none
  • Capital: Balikpapan
  • Technocratic: Yes
Central Asian Confederation  Kazakhstan
 Uzbekistan
 Turkmenistan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Tajikistan
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Astana
  • Technocratic: Yes
West Caucasian Confederacy  Georgia
 Armenia
 North Ossetia–Alania
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Tbilisi
  • Technocratic: Yes
East Caucasian Confederacy  Azerbaijan
 Dagestan
 Chechnya
 Ingushetia
 Kabardino-Balkaria
 Karachay-Cherkessia
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Baku
  • Technocratic: Yes

The Pacific[edit]

Proposed state Components Notes
Oceanic Confederation  Solomon Islands
 Vanuatu
 Fiji
 Tonga
 Samoa
United after the Technocractic Revolution. One of only 7 states not under control of technocracy.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Suva
  • Technocratic: No
Pacific Confederation  Palau
 Micronesia
 Nauru
 Kiribati
 Tuvalu
 Marshall Islands
United after the Technocractic Revolution. One of only 7 states not under control of technocracy.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Koror
  • Technocratic: No
Union of Australia, New Zealand and Canada  Australia
 New Zealand
 Canada
United after the Technocractic Revolution. Political union in which each state u\is sovreign.Includes 3 of only 12 states not under control of technocracy.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Canberra, Welington, Ottawa
  • Technocratic: No

South America[edit]

Proposed state Components Notes
Castilian Confederation  Venezuela
 Colombia
 Ecuador
 Peru
 Bolivia
 Chile
 Argentina
 Paraguay
 Uruguay
 Nicaragua
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Lima
  • Technocratic: Yes

Africa[edit]

Proposed state Components Notes
East African Federation  Burundi
 Kenya
 Rwanda
 Tanzania
 Uganda
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Nairobi
  • Technocratic: Yes
Horn of Africa Union  Eritrea
 Djibouti
 Somalia
 Ethiopia
 Somaliland
United after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Ruling country: All member states
  • Capital: Addis Abbeba
  • Technocratic: Yes

Separatist states[edit]

Asia[edit]

Proposed state(s) Current state Notes
23x15pxBelochistan
Sindhudesh
Pashtunistan
Punjab
Balawaristan
 Pakistan Proposed. Should be confirmed, will be separated after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Technocratic: Yes
Pashtunistan
23x15pxBelochistan
Hazarajat
 Afghanistan Proposed. Should be confirmed, will be separated after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Technocratic: Yes
Kurdistan  Turkey
 Iran
 Iraq
 Syria
Proposed. Should be confirmed, will be separated after the Technocractic Revolution.
  • Technocratic: Yes

Irredentism[edit]

German Irredentism[edit]

Annexed Region was Annexed Region becomes Annexed from Annexed to Notes
Kaliningrad oblast East Prussia  Russia  Germany/ European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, East Prussia returned to Germany.
Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship East Prussia  Poland  Germany/ European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, East Prussia returned to Germany.
Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship West Prussia  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, West Prussia returned to Germany.
Pomeranian Voivodeship Pomerania  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Pomerania returned to Germany.
Lubusz Voivodeship Brandenburg  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Brandenburg regains its lost territory.
Greater Poland Voivodeship Bundesland of Posen  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Province of Posen returned to Germany.
Lower Silesian Voivodeship Silesia  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Silesia returned to Germany.
Opole Voivodeship Silesia  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Silesia returned to Germany.
Silesian Voivodeship Silesia  Poland  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Silesia returned to Germany.
Czech Silesia Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Hradec Králové Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Liberec Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Ústí nad Labem Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Karlovy Vary Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Plzeň Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
South Bohemian Region Sudetenland  Czech Republic  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Sudetenland returned to Germany.
Alsace Elsaß-Lothringen  France  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Elsaß-Lothringen returned to Germany.
Moselle Elsaß-Lothringen  France  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Elsaß-Lothringen returned to Germany.
German-speaking Community of Belgium North Rhine-Westphalia  Belgium  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, German region returned to Germany.
Overijssel Lower Saxony  The Netherlands  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, one of only 4 regions annexed by Germany, that didn't belong to it since its unification. Annexed due to daughter-language.
Drenthe Lower Saxony  The Netherlands  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, one of only 4 regions annexed by Germany, that didn't belong to it since its unification. Annexed due to daughter-language.
Groningen Lower Saxony  The Netherlands  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, one of only 4 regions annexed by Germany, that didn't belong to it since its unification. Annexed due to daughter-language.
Loire-Atlantique Saint-Nazaire  France  Germany/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, one of only 4 regions annexed by Germany, that didn't belong to it since its unification. Annexed due to acces to the Atlantic ocean it provides for the navy.

Italian Irredentism[edit]

Annexed Region was Annexed Region becomes Annexed from Annexed to Notes
Alpes-Maritimes Nizzardo  France  Italy/Mediterranean Federation Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution, Nice returned to Italy
Corsica Italian Corsica  France  Italy/Mediterranean Federation Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution.

Hungarian Irredentism[edit]

Annexed Region was Annexed Region becomes Annexed from Annexed to Notes
Vojvodina Bács-Kiskun County  Serbia  Hungary/European Federation of Technocratic Republics Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution due to large Hungarian population in the region.

Tajik Irredentism[edit]

Annexed Region was Annexed Region becomes Annexed from Annexed to Notes
Badakhshan Province Badakhshan Province  Afghanistan  Tajikistan Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution due to large Tajik population in the region.

Somali Irredentism[edit]

Annexed Region was Annexed Region becomes Annexed from Annexed to Notes
North Eastern Province Jubaland  Kenya  Somalia/Horn of Africa Confederation Annexed after the Technocractic Revolution due to large Somali population in the region.

Federalism[edit]

Country Type Subdivisons Regions
Technocratic Chinese Union Union Republics Republic of Tibet
Republic of East Turkestan
Republic of China
District of Beijing
Republic of Hong Kong
Republic of Macau

Countries[edit]

European Federation of Technocratic Republics[edit]

European Federation of Technocratic Republics
Europäische Föderation der technokratische Republiken
Motto: 
  • "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" (German)
  • "Unity and Justice and Freedom" (unofficial)
Capital Berlin
52°31′N 13°23′E / 52.517°N 13.383°E / 52.517; 13.383
Largest cityWilhelmsburg
GovernmentFederal constitutional technocratic single party authoritarian dictatorship
Legislature
Bundesrat
Bundestag
Formation
• Technocratic Revolution
11 June 2045
Area
• Total
6,313,687 km2 (2,437,728 sq mi) (7th)
• Water (%)
3.816
Population
• 2050 census
282,950,000
• Density
4,481/km2 (11,605.7/sq mi) (167th)
GDP (PPP)2014 estimate
• Total
$11.838 trillion (2nd)
• Per capita
$41,837 (16th)
GDP (nominal)2050 estimate
• Total
$11.876 trillion (2nd)
• Per capita
$48,393 (12th)
Gini (2050)29.0
low
HDI (2050)Increase 0.938
very high · 3rd
CurrencyEuro () (EUR)
Time zoneUTC+1 to +4 (CET)
• Summer (DST)
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European Federation of Technocratic Republics (EFTR) is a country in Europe that borders the Nordic confederation, Siberian Confederation, Republic of Russia, Central Asian Conederacy, East Caucasian Confederacy,West Caucasian Confederacy, The Balkan Confederacy, the Mediterrian Confederation, Italian French Republic, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Its ruling country is Federal Republic of Germany which controls the rest of the members of the EFTR- Ural Technocratic Republic, Ostlander Technocratic Federal Republic, Belorussian Technocratic Republic, Ukrainian Technocratic Republic, Polsih Technocratic Republic, Slovakian Technocratic Republic, Hungarian Technocratic Republic, Czech Technocratic Republic, Friesland Technocratic Republic, Dutch Technocratic Republic, Belgian Technocratic Republic, Frankian Technocratic Republic, Norman Technocratic Republic and the Breton Technocratic Republic.

History[edit]

The EFTR was created after the Technocratic Revolution led by and his science division of the Bundeswehr. After siezing power over all countries of the world with the help of the Solaris Satellite System (SSS) which was weaponized, and the technocratic party replaced the world's governments with their own. After siezing control over the world, the Technocrats started implementing their foreign policy, starting with The Worldwide Territorial Reform act nr.1 under which large parts of Poland and other countries were annexed into Germany. After WTRA-1 was implemented, the Confederation Act was implemented, as a resault half of the world's countries were merged into confederations, federations and unions. It is at this point that the EFTR was born. When it was created, the EFTR was a technocratic single party authoritarian dictatorship, but after the revolution and the reformal period, it was turned into its planned government- Federal parliamentary constitutional technocratic single party authoritarian federacy. The EFTR was originaly named the German Technocratic Federation, since all of its member states were under German control and were regarded by many as German colonies, but the name was ditched to hide the German control over other members of the federacy, but nevertheless its original name is still used by many, including the members of the Technocratic party.

Government[edit]

The EFTR is a federal parliamentary constitutional technocratic single party authoritarian federacy. The general-secretary of the technocratic party controls the party, its policy and idiology. The chncellor of the EFTR is the head of the govenment and the president is the head of state. Under the constitution of the EFTR, the general secretary is also the chncellor and the president. The parliament of the EFTR is the entity that can suggests, modifies and accept new plans, before sending them to the government for aproval, but the government can also veto them before passing it to the chancellor for final veto or the final aproval. The government is the entity that checks the ideas of the parliament to see weather or not they are acceptable. Each ministry, exept for the ministry of defence, has its own comitee with 50 permament members and 50 non-permament mebers. Their job is to work out if the suggesed law is scientificly acceptable and approve or veto it. The permement mebers of the comitees are exeprts in their field-medical, economical, social etc. The chancellor can veto or approve the laws checked by the government and suggest new laws or modifications of the given laws. The government will check the suggetion and will determine weather or not it it scientificly sound. If it is, the chancellor can either veto it or approve it, but he cannot approve any law that isn't checked by the government if it is not military related. But exeptions can be made if the law suggested or modified by the chancellot is consideret scientificly faulty, at which point the law can be passed, but should it fail, the law will be cancelled by the president of the EFTR. The president is the head of state.

Administrative divisions[edit]

The EFTR consists of 18 republics of whom 2 are federal.

Republic of the EFTR Original state(s) Capital Notes
German Federal Technocratic Republic  Germany
 Austria
Alsace
Kaliningrad oblast
Sudetenland
Overijssel
Drenthe
Groningen
Lost Prussian territories after both world wars.
 Berlin Austrian Autonomous Technocratic Republic is the only autonomous region in the EFTR and in the GFTR.
Czech Technocratic Republic  Czech Republic  Prague Lost Sudetenland, but has a pass on certain laws.
Slovak Technocratic Republic  Slovakia  Bratislava
Frisian Technocratic Republic Friesland  Ljouwert Seperated from The Netherlands.
Dutch Technocratic Republic  The Netherlands
 Flanders
 Amsterdam Lost its northern provinces, but gained Flanders. The Royal Family is allowed to stay,but the monarch no longer has any say in the ruling of the Netherlands.
Waloon Technocratic Republic / Belgium  Brussels Consists only of Walloon
Frankian Technocratic Republic  France  Paris Consists onnly of norhern regions, exept for Alsace, Moselle, Brittany and Normandy
Norman Technocratic Republic  Normandy  Caen Consists of Upper and Lower Normandy, but doesn't include the channel islands.
Breton Technocratic Republic  Brittany  Brest Consists of the former French region of Brittany.
Polish Technocratic Republic  Poland  Warsaw Lost the territories gained from Germany after both world wars.
Ostlander Federal Technocratic Republic  Estonia
 Latvia
 Lithuania
 Riga Each of the 3 Baltic states is each a federal land. Estonian and Latvian Federal lands gained regions annexed by former Russia.
Belarussian Technocratic Republic  Belarus  Minsk
Ukrainian Technocratic Republic  Ukraine  Kiev Ukraine regained Crimea. Russian Crimeans no longer have the right to vote.
Hungarian Technocratic Republic  Hungary  Budapest Gained parts of Vojvodina inhabitet by Hungarians.
Russian Technocratic Republic  Russia Wappen Deutsches Reich - Reichsadler 1889.svgWilhelmsburg Consists of European Russia. Exept for the annexed regions by the Nordic Confederation and Ostland.

Non-Technocratic countries[edit]

Fastair Business Centre[edit]

List of tenants in Tower One[edit]

Fl# Companies and Offices
110 Headquarters of Fastair Group AG, Conference room, Personal Headquarters appartment of
109 Aerospace Engineers
108 Enegy Engineers
107 Bioengineers
106 Laborotries
105 Laborotries
104 Finances
103 Break and Recreation floor
102 Storage and Archives
101 Security Checkpoint
100 Mechanical floor
98 Fastair Aerospace
97 Fastair Aerospace
96 Fastair Aerospace
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65 Fastair Aerospace
64 Fastair Aerospace
63 Fastair Military
62 Fastair Military
61 Fastair Military
60 Fastair Military
59 Fastair Military
58 Fastair Military
57 Fastair Military
56 Fastair Military
55 Fastair Military
54 Fastair Military
53 Fastair Military
52 Fastair Military
51 Fastair Astro
50 Fastair Astro
49 Fastair Astro
48 Fastair Astro
47 Fastair Astro
46 Fastair Astro
45 Fastair Astro
44 Fastair Motors
43 Fastair Motors
42 Fastair Motors
41 Fastair Motors
40 Fastair Motors
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35 Fastair Motors
34 Fastair Motors
33 Fastair Motors
32 Fastair Motors
31 Fastair Motors
30 Fastair Motors
29 Fastair Motors
28 Fastair Motors
27 Fastair Motors
26 Fastair Motors
25 Fastair Motors
24 Fastair Chemicals
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8 Fastair Chemicals
7 Fastair Workers Union
6 Fastair Workers Union
5 Fastair Workers Union
4 Fastair Workers Union
3 Fastair Workers Union
2 Commerzbank
L Reception
C Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Dunkin' Donuts, Car park entrance.

List of tenants in Tower Two[edit]

Fl# Companies and Offices
110 Head office of Fastair Energy
109 Fastair Energy
108 Fastair Energy
107 Fastair Energy
106 Fastair Energy
105 Fastair Energy
104 Fastair Energy
103 Fastair Energy
102 Fastair Energy
101 Fastair Energy
100 Fastair Energy
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4 Fastair Energy
3 Fastair Energy
2 Fastair Energy
L Reception
C Secure car park entrance, entrance to the FBC Security center, armoured basement and refrigirations rooms.

(also referred to as September 11, September 11th, or 9/11)


Special Visits[edit]

Russia[edit]

Special souveniers[edit]

Standard souveniers[edit]

Indian souveniers[edit]

Age of the 19 hijackers
Age Number
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Tinkering[edit]

Year Date Location State Deaths Injuries Weapons Perpetrator Description
1958 September 15  Paris  France 1 3 Small arms 'FLN (Algerian nationalists)'

List of equipment used by the Wehrmacht[edit]

Infantry Weapons[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Pistols
Luger P08 Semi-automatic pistol 1935-1945  German Empire
Mauser HSc Semi-automatic pistol Hsc.JPG 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
Walther P38 Semi-automatic pistol 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
Walther PP Semi-automatic pistol 1972 Walther PP.jpg 1935-1940  Nazi Germany
Mauser C96 Semi-automatic pistol Mauser C96 M1916 Red 4.JPG 1935-1945  German Empire
Sauer 38H Semi-automatic pistol 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
Dreyse M1907 Semi-automatic pistol Dreyse m1907.JPG 1935-1945  German Empire
Browning Hi-Power Semi-automatic pistol 1940-1945  Belgium
Vis pistol Semi-automatic pistol 1939-1945  Second Polish Republic
Rifles
Gewehr 98 Bolt-action rifle Mauser m98.jpg 1935-1935  German Empire
Karabiner 98k Bolt-action rifle Kar 98K - AM.021488.jpg 1935-1935  German Empire
Karabiner 98k Bolt-action rifle Kar 98K - AM.021488.jpg 1935-1935  German Empire
G24(t) Bolt-action rifle Vz24.jpg 1939-1942  First Czechoslovak Republic
Gewehr 33/40(t) Bolt-action rifle 1940-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
43M and Gewehr 98/40 Bolt-action rifle 35M Puska.JPG 1939-?  First Czechoslovak Republic
Gewehr 41 Semi-automatic rifle Automatgevär m1941 Walther - Tyskland - AM.067370.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Gewehr 43 Semi-automatic rifle Automatgevär m1943 - Tyskland - AM.045876.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
FG 42 Battle Rifle FG42.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Submachine guns
MP 18 Submachine gun Bergmann MP18.1.JPG 1935-1945  German Empire
MP 34 Submachine gun Mp34 submachine gun.JPG 1938-1945 Austria First Austrian Republic
MP35 Submachine gun Bergmann Mp-35.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
MP 40 Submachine gun MP 40 AYF 3.JPG 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
MP 3008 Submachine gun 200px 1945  Nazi Germany
Erma EMP Submachine gun Mauser ERMA Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego 2014.JPG 1932-1945  Nazi Germany
Machine guns
MG 34 General-purpose machine gun Digital Museum MG 34 Right.jpg 1936-1945  Nazi Germany
MG 42 General-purpose machine gun MG42-1.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
MG 45 General-purpose machine gun 1945  Nazi Germany
MG81 General-purpose machine gun MG 81.JPG 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
MG 13 Machine gun Munster MG13 (dark1).jpg 1935-1945  Weimar Republic
MG 15 Machine gun Munster MG15 (dark1).jpg 1935-1945  Weimar Republic
MG 30 Machine gun 1671 - Salzburg - Festung Hohensalzburg - Österreichisch leichtes Maschinengewehr.JPG 1938-1945 Austria First Austrian Republic
Browning wz. 1928 Automatic rifle RKM Browning wz. 1928, Muzeum Orła Białego.jpg 1939-1945  Second Polish Republic
ZB vz. 26 Light machine gun CSR soldiers ZB vz 26.PNG 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Kg m/40 light machine gun Light machine gun Kulsprutegevär m-1940 - Sverige - 6,5x55mm - Armémuseum.jpg 1939-1945  Sweden
MG 08 Heavy machine gun German MG08 Machine Gun.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
Assault rifles
StG 44 Assault rifle MP44 - Tyskland - 8x33mm Kurz - Armémuseum.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
StG 45(M) Assault rifle Sturmgewehr 45 reproduction.png 1945  Nazi Germany
Anti-tank weapons
Panzerbüchse 39 Anti-tank rifle Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-292-1262-07, Nordfrankreich, Soldat mit Panzerbüchse.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
Panzerbüchse 35(p) Anti-tank rifle Kbur.jpg 1939-1940  Second Polish Republic
Solothurn S-18/1000 Anti-tank rifle Tankbüchse SOLO S18-100.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany/  Switzerland
Panzerschreck Anti-tank rocket launcher Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-671-7483-29, Reichsgebiet, Soldat mit Panzerabwehrwaffe.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
8.8 cm Raketenwerfer 43 Anti-tank rocket launcher Raketen-Panzerbüchse 43 Normandy P001135.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Panzerfaust Anti-tank recoilless gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-672-7634-13, Russland, Luftwaffensoldat mit Panzerabwehrwaffe.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Hafthohlladung Anti-tank grenade Haft-Hohlladung granare 3kg.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Anti-aircraft weapons
Fliegerfaust Ungided MANPAD Luftfaust.JPG 1945  Nazi Germany
Grenades
Model 24 grenade Hand grenade M24 1.JPG 1935-1945  German Empire
[[Model 39 grenade] Hand grenade German grenade m39.JPG 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
[[Model 43 grenade] Hand grenade 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Flamethrowers
Flammenwerfer 35 Flamethrower Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-083-3371-11, Stalingrad, Infanterie mit Flammenwerfer.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
Flammenwerfer 41 Flamethrower 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Einstossflammenwerfer 46 Flamethrower 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Mortars
5 cm Granatwerfer 36 Mortar 1666 - Salzburg - Festung Hohensalzburg - Leichter Granatwerfer M35.JPG 1936-1945  Nazi Germany
8 cm Granatwerfer 34 Mortar 1655 - Salzburg - Festung Hohensalzburg - Schwerer Granatwerfer 34.JPG 1934-1945  Nazi Germany
Kz 8 cm GrW 42 Mortar 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Granatwerfer 42 Mortar 120-мм миномёт образца 1938 (Германия).jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
10 cm Nebelwerfer 35 Mortar 10cmNbW35.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
10 cm Nebelwerfer 40 Mortar 10cmNbW40.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
38 cm schwerer Ladungswerfer Mortar 1941-1945  Nazi Germany

Anti-aircraft weapons[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Towed Anti-Aircraft weapons
2 cm Flak 30/38/Flakvierling Anti-aircraft cannon Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-301-1953-24, Seine-et-Oise, Soldaten mit Flak-Geschütz.jpg 1934-1945  Nazi Germany
2 cm Flakvierling 38 Anti-aircraft cannon Bundesarchiv Bild 183-J08339, Ausbildung an der Vierlings-Flak.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
3.7 cm Flak 18/36/37/43 Anti-aircraft cannon Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-301-1957-32, Nordfrankreich, Zwillings-Flak.jpg 1936–1945  Nazi Germany
5 cm FlaK 41 Anti-aircraft cannon 1941–1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm kanon PL vz. 37 Anti-aircraft cannon Skoda 75 mm model 1937 anti-aircraft cannon.right side.JPG 1939–1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
8 cm PL kanon vz. 37 Anti-aircraft cannon 1939–1945  Nazi Germany
8.35 cm PL kanon vz. 22 Anti-aircraft cannon 1939–1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
8.8 cm Flak 18/36/37/41 Anti-aircraft cannon Flak18-36.jpg 1936–1945  Nazi Germany
9 cm kanon PL vz. 12/20 Anti-aircraft cannon 1943–1944  First Czechoslovak Republic
10.5 cm FlaK 38 Anti-aircraft cannon Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-621-2942-17, Schwere Flak einer Küstenbatterie.jpg 1937–1945  Nazi Germany
12.8 cm FlaK 40 Anti-aircraft cannon German 12.8 cm Flak 40 - static mount.jpg 1942–1945  Nazi Germany
Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun
Flakpanzer 38(t) Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Soldats américains jouant aux cartes sur une route près de la Ferté-Macé.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Wirbelwind Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Wirbelwind CFB Borden 2.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Kugelblitz Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Kugelblitz.jpg 1945  Nazi Germany
Möbelwagen Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-301-1955-05, Nordfrankreich, Flakpanzer auf Landstraße.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Ostwind Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Munster Flakpanzer Ostwind Modell (dark1).jpg 1945  Nazi Germany

Anti-tank weapons[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Towed Anti-tank weapons
3,7cm KPÚV vz. 37 Anti-tank gun Škoda 37 mm Model 1937 side.jpg 1939-?  First Czechoslovak Republic
4,7cm KPÚV vz. 36 Anti-tank gun 47mm Skoda vz 38 antitank gun2.jpg 1939-?  First Czechoslovak Republic
2.8 cm sPzB 41 Anti-tank gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-258-1312-36, Südfrankreich, schwere Panzerbüchse 41.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
3.7 cm Pak 36 Anti-tank gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-299-1831-26, Nordfrankreich, Soldaten mit Geschütz.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
4.2 cm Pak 41 Anti-tank gun Pak 41 4,2cm kalemegdan.jpg 1941-1944  Nazi Germany
4.2 cm Pak 41 Anti-tank gun Pak38 cfb borden 2.JPG 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Pak 97/38 Anti-tank gun 75mm m97-38 hameenlinna 1.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Pak 40 Anti-tank gun Pak40 parola 1.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Pak 41 Anti-tank gun 75 mm PaK 41fort nelson2010.JPG 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
7.62 cm Pak 36(r) Anti-tank gun PaK 36r cfb borden 1.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
8 cm PAW 600 Anti-tank gun 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
8.8 cm Pak 43 Anti-tank gun 8.8 cm PaK 43-41 2.JPG 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
12.8 cm Pak 44 Anti-tank gun 1944-1945  Nazi Germany

Infantry guns[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Infantry guns
7.5 cm leichtes Infanteriegeschütz 18 Infantry gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-219-0594-33, Russland-Mitte-Süd, Infanteriegeschütz.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Infanteriegeschütz 37 Infantry gun Panzermuseum Munster 2010 0261.JPG 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Infanteriegeschütz 42 Infantry gun 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
15 cm sIG 33 Infantry gun SIG-33 01.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40 Recoilless gun German 7.5cm recoilless gun2.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40 Recoilless gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-567-1503E-34, San Felice, Inspektion von Fallschirmtruppen.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 42 Recoilless gun German 105mm LG-42.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Assault guns
Sturmgeschütz III Assault gun StuGIII.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
Sturmgeschütz IV Assault gun Sturmgeschutz iv Muzeum Broni Pancernej CSWL 2.JPG 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
15 cm sIG 33 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen II (Sf) Assault gun 1942-1943  Nazi Germany
Brummbär Heavy Assault gun Sturmpanzer.Saumur.0008gkp7.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Sturm-Infanteriegeschütz 33B Heavy Assault gun Немецкая САУ StuIG 33B.JPG 1942-1944  Nazi Germany
Sturmtiger Heavy Assault gun Sturmtiger 2.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany

Field Artillery[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Field guns
8 cm FK M. 17 Field gun 8cmFKM17FortSillRightRearView2005.jpg 1935-1945  Austria-Hungary
15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 Field gun 15 cm těžký kanón vz. 15.jpg 1935-1945  Austria-Hungary
Canon de 75 mle TR Field gun 1935-1945  Belgium
8 cm kanon vz. 30 Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 183-L16175, Krakau, Parade von SS und Polizei.jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
10.5 cm hruby kanon vz. 35 Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-228-0301-09A, Frankreich, Artilleriestellung, Geschütz.jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Skoda K-series Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-163-0319-07A, Griechenland, Artilleriestellung auf freiem Feld.jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Skoda Model 1928 Gun Field gun 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
15 cm Kanone 16 Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-291-1242-27, Frankreich-Belgien, bei Calais, Atlantikwall.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
7.5 cm FK 16 nA Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 102-11934, Reichswehr, Soldaten mit Geschütz.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm FK 18 Field gun Krupp 75L26 field gun M1937.jpg 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm FK 38 Field gun 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm FK 7M85 Field gun 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
10 cm schwere Kanone 18 Field gun Bundesarchiv Bild 183-L00131, Posen, Vereidigung von Rekruten.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
15 cm Kanone 39 Field gun 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
17 cm Kanone 18 Field gun 17 cm K 18 MrsLaf 1.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Howitzers
10 cm M. 14 Feldhaubitze Howitzer 10cmFH14rear.jpg 1935-1945  Austria-Hungary
42 cm Haubitze M. 14/16 Howitzer 1935-1945  Austria-Hungary
10 cm houfnice vz. 30 (howitzer) Howitzer Baterie 10cm houfnic vz. 30.jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
15 cm hrubá houfnice vz. 25 Howitzer 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Ehrhardt 7.5 cm Model 1901 Howitzer Ehrhardt 7.5 cm Model 1901-a.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
Krupp 7.5 cm Model 1903 Howitzer 7,5cm M1903 KRUPP kalemegdan.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09 Howitzer Sayabec-canon.JPG 1935-1945  German Empire
10.5 cm leFH 16 Howitzer Feldhaubitze M16 10,5 cm Memorial de Verdun.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
15 cm sFH 13 Howitzer Brantford Ontario 15-cm-sFH-13-L14-1.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
21 cm Mörser 16 Howitzer 200px 1935-1945  German Empire
28 cm Haubitze L/12 Howitzer 1935-1945  German Empire
10.5 cm leFH 18 Howitzer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-031-2415-16, Russland, Soldaten an leichter Haubitze.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
10.5 cm leFH 18M Howitzer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-204-1727-09, Balkan, leichte Feldhaubitze in Feuerstellung.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
10.5 cm leFH 18/40 Howitzer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-675-7927-25A, Ostfront, leichte Feldhaubitze in Feuerstellung.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
15 cm sFH 18 Howitzer 150mm sFH18 howitzer base borden 1.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
21 cm Mörser 18 Howitzer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-093-0376-15, Norwegen, Lappland, Küstenbatterie.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
Mountain guns
Skoda 75 mm Model 1928 Mountain gun Skoda 75 mm Model 1928 (AM Žižkov).jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Skoda 100 mm Model 16/19 Mountain gun 100 mm Skoda Gebirgshaubitze.jpg 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Skoda 150 mm Model 1918 Mountain gun 1939-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
7.5 cm Gebirgskanone Model 1911 Mountain gun 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
7.5 cm Gebirgsgeschütz 36 Mountain gun Bundesarchiv Bild 183-B23252, Kaukasus, Gebirgskanone im Schnee.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
10.5 cm Gebirgshaubitze 40 Mountain gun Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1993-043-13, Dachsteingebirge, Gebirgsjäger mit Gebirgshaubitze.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Self-propelled artillery
15 cm sIG 33 (Sf) auf Panzerkampfwagen I Ausf B Self-propelled artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-163-0328-15, Griechenland, Panzer I B mit I.G. 33.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
Hummel Self-propelled artillery SdKfz165.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Wespe Self-propelled artillery SdKfz124.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
15 cm sIG 33 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen II (Sf) Self-propelled artillery 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Grille Self-propelled artillery Grille Aberdeen.00044ijk05.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany

Rocket Artillery[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Rocket artillery
15 cm Nebelwerfer 41 Rocket artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-220-0634-12, Russland, Laden eines Nebelwerfers.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
28/32 cm Nebelwerfer 41 Rocket artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-049-0176-14, Russland, Zugkraftwagen mit Nebelwerfern.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
21 cm Nebelwerfer 42 Rocket artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-299-1803-01, Frankreich, 21cm Nebelwerfer.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
30 cm Nebelwerfer 42 Rocket artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-278-0888-27, Russland, Raketenwerfer.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Panzerwerfer Rocket artillery Panzerwerfer alias Maultier.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Wurfrahmen 40 Rocket artillery Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-216-0417-09, Russland, schwerer Wurfrahmen an Schützenpanzer.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany

Rail Guns[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Railway artillery
24 cm SK L/40 "Theodor Karl" Railway gun 24cmTheodorKarl.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
28 cm SK L/40 "Bruno" Railway gun 28cmBrunoRailwayGunAndCrew1918.jpg 1935-1945  German Empire
15 cm K (E) Railway gun 1937-1945  Nazi Germany
17 cm K (E) Railway gun 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
20.3 cm K (E) Railway gun 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
21 cm K 12 (E) Railway gun 210 mm Railway Gun.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
24 cm Theodor Kanone (E) Railway gun Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-069-2515-33, Frankreich, Atlantikwall, Eisenbahngeschütz.jpg 1937-1945  Nazi Germany
28 cm schwere Bruno Kanone (E) Railway gun 1937-1945  Nazi Germany
Krupp K5 Railway gun K5 Audinghen.jpg 1937-1945  Nazi Germany
38 cm Siegfried K (E) Railway gun 38cmSiegfried.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Schwerer Gustav Railway gun GeschützDora2.JPG 1941-1945  Nazi Germany

Tank Destroyers[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Artillery
Elefant Heavy tank destroyer Elefant USAOM-01.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Hetzer Light tank destroyer Hetzer lesany.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Jagdpanzer IV Tank destroyer Panzermuseum Munster 2010 0449.JPG 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Jagdpanther Tank destroyer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-717-0017-12, Frankreich, Jagdpanther.2.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Jagdtiger Tank destroyer Jagdtiger 1 Bovington.jpg 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
Marder I Tank destroyer Marder-I-Saumur.jpg 1942-1944  Nazi Germany
Marder II Tank destroyer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-686-0084-31, Russland-Mitte, Panzerjäger "Marder II".jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Marder III Tank destroyer Marder III tank destroyer.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Nashorn Tank destroyer Nashorn.Aberdeen.0007wakh.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Panzerjäger I Tank destroyer Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-782-0041-31, Nordafrika, Panzerjäger 1.jpg 1940-1943  Nazi Germany
Sturmgeschütz III Tank destroyer/Assault gun StuGIII.jpg 1940-1945  Nazi Germany
Sturmgeschütz IV Tank destroyer/Assault gun Sturmgeschutz iv Muzeum Broni Pancernej CSWL 2.JPG 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Sturer Emil Tank destroyer German heavy SP gun on VK3001(H) chassis.JPG 1942-1943  Nazi Germany

Tanks[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Number built Country of Orgin
Light tanks
Panzer I Light tank SdKfz101.jpg 1934-1945 1493  Nazi Germany
Panzer II Light tank PzKpfw II 01.jpg 1936-1945 1856  Nazi Germany
Panzer 35(t) Light tank Panzer-35.jpg 1939-1945 434  First Czechoslovak Republic
Panzer 38(t) Light tank Panzer 38(t) Ausf. S.jpg 1939-1945 1414  First Czechoslovak Republic
Medium tanks
Panzer III Medium tank PzKpfwIIIH.Saumur.000a1y8q.jpeg 1939-1945 5774  Nazi Germany
Panzer IV Medium tank SdKfz161-1-1.jpg 1939-1945 8553  Nazi Germany
Panther (Panzer V) Medium tank Bundesarchiv Bild 183-H26258, Panzer V "Panther".jpg 1943-1945 6000  Nazi Germany
Heavy tanks
Tiger I (Panzer VI) Heavy tank Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-299-1805-16, Nordfrankreich, Panzer VI (Tiger I).2.jpg 1943-1945 1347  Nazi Germany
Tiger II(Panzer VI-B) Heavy tank Bovington Tiger II grey bg.jpg 1944-1945 492  Nazi Germany
Super-heavy tanks
Maus (Panzer VIII) Super-heavy tank Metro-maus1.jpg 1945 (never used in action) 1  Nazi Germany

Transport vehicles[edit]

Name Type Picture In use by Wehrmacht Country of Orgin
Artillery
BMW R75 Motorcycle BMW R75.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Volkswagen Kübelwagen Kübelwagen VW Kuebelwagen 1.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Volkswagen Schwimmwagen Amphibious vehicle VW Schwimmwagen 1.jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Light Einheits-PKW der Wehrmacht Car Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-186-0199-07A, Russland, motorisierte Truppen, russischer Panzerwagen BA10.jpg 1936-1945  Nazi Germany
Medium Einheits-PKW der Wehrmacht Car Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F016199-06, Russland, deutsche Soldaten in Auto.jpg 1937-1945  Nazi Germany
Heavy Einheits-PKW der Wehrmacht Car Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-158-0094-35, Balkan, PKW der Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler.jpg 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
Borgward B 3000 Truck Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-738-0273-11A, Villers-Bocage, getarnter LKW.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Mercedes-Benz L3000 Truck Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-177-1451-19A, Griechenland, LKW mit Kastenaufbau.jpg 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
Opel Blitz Truck LKW Opel-Blitz.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
Maultier Half-track Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-559-1085-07, Italien, Flugzeug Me 323 Gigant, Opel "Maultier".jpg 1942-1945  Nazi Germany
Tatra 111 Truck Vojenská Tatra.jpg 1942-1945  First Czechoslovak Republic
Raupenschlepper, Ost Tractor unit Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-203-1696-25, Albanien, Raupenschlepper Ost mit Kanone.jpg 1943-1945  Nazi Germany
Schwerer Wehrmachtschlepper Half-track 1944-1945  Nazi Germany
SdKfz 2 Half-tracktractor Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-725-0184-22, Russland, Soldaten auf Kettenkrad.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
SdKfz 4 Half-track Panzerwerfer alias Maultier.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Sd.Kfz. 7 Half-trackartillery tractor Sd.Kfz. 7 Krauss-Maffei pic1.JPG 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Sd.Kfz. 10 Light half-track Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-280-1058-16, Russland, Halbkettenfahrzeug mit Pak.jpg 1938-1945  Nazi Germany
Sd.Kfz. 250 Half trackedarmored personnel carrier Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-236-1036-31, Russland, Schützenpanzer auf Feld.jpg 1941-1945  Nazi Germany
Sd.Kfz. 251 Half trackedarmored personnel carrier Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-801-0664-37, Berlin, Unter den Linden, Schützenpanzer.jpg 1939-1945  Nazi Germany
Leichter Panzerspähwagen Armored car IWM-E-3776-SdKfz-222-19410624.jpg 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
Motto: The pride of the Baltics
CapitalSpolborga City
Membership5

The Republic of Spolborga is a micronation, founded by . It is headquartered in a summer cottage and it s territory in Saulkrasti , Latvia, but it also claims a small terriotory in Marie Byrd Land in Antarctica.

Territory[edit]

Spolborga`s territory consists of it headquarters in a home owned by and an overseas territory loacted in Marie Byrd Land. Spolborga`s territory is about 1 acre in size and consists of the main house (Goverment HQ) in witch are the headquarters of Spolborga`s armed forces, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Internal Affairs as well Spolborgas Customs and Imigration services. Spolborga`s Antarctic Teritorry also simpley called Antarctic Territory is a 100 acre large overseas territory in Marie Byrd Land. It is home to an adelie penguin colony. And unofficialy it claims 150,000 square kilometers of Jupiter wich is called Jupiteria.

Operations[edit]

Goverment[edit]

Spolborga has a National Assembly officialy called National Assembly of Republic of Spolborga. However it has a minimal legislative power because the goverment conists only of 3 people who control the country- chancellor, president and the prime minister who also is the Minister of Foreign and Internal Affairs.

National symbols
Flag Tricolour
Calendar Gregorian Calender
Game Chess
Flower Mimosa pudica
Fruit Apple
Tree Fraxinus
Bird Hoopoe
Night Bird Tawny Owl
Antarctic Bird Adelie Penguin

Flag[edit]

Blue color represents the sky and the oceans. It also represents kindness and peace. White color represents neutrality, honor and friendship. Yellow color represents the sun and the people of Spolborga The Yin and Yang symbol holds 4 colors and 4 trigrams represent 4 classical elements and 4 seasons: 1. Yellow represents wind and spring 2. Red represents fire and autumn. 3. Blue represents water and winter. 4. Green represents earth and summer.

Armed forces of Spolborga[edit]

Spolborgan Air Force[edit]

The Spolborgan Air Force consists of a radio controlled plane that has a camera put under its belly for reconnaissance missions.

National Holidays[edit]

Holidays
Date Name
1 January New Year's Day
2 January Day after New Year's Day
The Friday before Easter Sunday Good Friday
The day after Easter Sunday Easter Monday
17 March Saint Patrick's Day
20 March National Micronation Day
Second Sunday of May Mother's Day
Third Sunday of June Father's Day
20 August Constitution Day
26 August Independence Day
1 December National Squirrel Day
25 December Christmas


See also[edit]

Military[edit]

Number of nationals fighting for ISIL
Number Number
 Saudi Arabia
7,000
 Tunisia
5,000
 Morocco
2,000
 Jordan
1,500
 United Kingdom
1,500
 France
1,450
 Russia
1,000
 Turkey
1,000
 Egypt
600
 Germany
550

United States[edit]

Navy[edit]

Class Image Individual Ships
Aircraft Carriers
Nimitz Class
Uss Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).jpg
Amphibious Assault Ships
Wasp Class
USS Wasp (LHD 1).jpg
America Class USS America (LHA-6) off Rio de Janeiro in August 2014.JPG USS America (LHA-6)
Amphibious Transport Docks
San Antonio Class
LPD-17 Class.jpg
Amphibious Command Ships
Blue Ridge Class
USS blueridge.jpg
USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19)
USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
Dock Landing Ships
Harpers Ferry Class
US Navy 071007-N-4014G-055 Dock landing ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) approaches Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Tippecanoe (T-AO 199) for an underway replenishment.jpg
USS Carter Hall (LSD-50)
USS Harpers Ferry (LSD-49)
USS Oak Hill (LSD-51)
USS Pearl Harbor (LSD-52)
Whidbey Island Class
USS Whidbey Island001.jpg
Destroyers
Arleigh Burke Class
USS Barry DDG52.jpg
Cruisers
Ticonderoga Class
US Navy 030903-N-5024R-003 USS Port Royal (DDG 73) departed on deployment.jpg
Sub Tenders
Emory Land Class
US Navy 100723-N-2531C-003 he submarine tender USS Emory S. Land (AS 39) transits through Apra Harbor after a port visit to Naval Base Guam.jpg
USS Emory S. Land (AS-39)
USS Frank Cable (AS-40)
Afloat Forward Staging Base
Trenton Class
130426-N-GZ984-233.jpg
USS Ponce (AFSB(I)-15)
Frigates
Oliver Hazard Perry Class
USS McInerney;mciflagfly.jpg
Littoral Combat Ships
Freedom Class
USS Freedom (LCS 1).jpg
USS Freedom (LCS-1)
USS Fort Worth (LCS-3)
Independence Class
USS Independence (LCS-2) at Naval Air Station Key West on 29 March 2010 (100329-N-1481K-298).jpg
USS Coronado (LCS-4)
USS Independence (LCS-2)
Original 6 Frigates
Classic Frigate
Defense.gov photo essay 120819-N-MJ265-210.jpg
USS Constitution
Mine Countermeasure Ships
Avenger Class
USS Gladiator MCM-11.jpg
Technological Research Ship
Banner Class
USS Pueblo (AGER-2).jpg
USS Pueblo (AGER-2)
Technological Research Ship
Austin Class
USS Trenton LPD-14 fleetweek2004.jpg
USS Denver (LPD-9)
Coastal Patrol Ships
Cyclone Class
USS Tempest PC-2.jpg

Tourism[edit]

Solarislv/sandbox is located in Copenhagen
Krudttønden
Krudttønden
Nørrebro station
Nørrebro station
Great Synagogue
Great Synagogue
Solarislv/sandbox (Copenhagen)
New York is located in New York City
New York
New York
New York (New York City)

P[edit]

Results of 2015 Pew Research Center poll.
Russia, Putin Held in Low Regard around the World[7]
Sorted by Pos-Neg
Country polled Positive Negative Neutral Pos-Neg
 Poland 15 80 5 -65
 Jordan 18 80 2 -62
 Japan 21 73 6 -52
 Ukraine 21 72 7 -51
 Israel 25 74 1 -49
 Turkey 15 64 21 -49
 United Kingdom 18 66 16 -48
 United States 22 67 11 -45
 Germany 27 70 3 -43
 Italy 27 69 4 -42
 Spain 25 66 9 -41
 France 30 70 0 -40
 Australia 24 62 14 -38
 Brazil 26 61 13 -35
 Canada 26 59 16 -33
 Pakistan 12 43 45 -31
 South Africa 25 51 24 -26
 Malaysia 30 54 16 -24
 Venezuela 31 51 18 -20
 Palestine 36 52 12 -16
 Indonesia 28 43 29 -15
 Lebanon 44 56 0 -12
 Kenya 35 47 18 -12
 Argentina 27 37 36 -10
 South Korea 43 46 11 -3
 Philippines 44 44 12 0
 Peru 33 33 34 0
 Senegal 32 32 36 0
 Nigeria 38 39 23 1
 Uganda 37 34 29 3
 Chile 31 52 17 5
 Mexico 24 49 27 6
 Burkina Faso 34 28 35 6
 India 43 17 40 8
 Tanzania 38 24 38 14
 Ghana 56 27 17 24
 Ethiopia 37 10 53 27
 China 51 37 12 38
 Vietnam 75 10 15 65


Maersk Fleet[edit]

Name Year Built Gross tonnage Deadweight tonnage Lenght Widht Speed Drought TEU Picture
Thurø Maersk class
Thurø Maersk 1991 16,982 tonnes 21,825 tonnes 162,3m 27,8m 10,3m 1367
Thies Maersk 1992 16,982 tonnes 21,825 tonnes 162,3m 27,8m 10,3m 1367
Tove Maersk 1992 16,982 tonnes 21,825 tonnes 162,3m 27,8m 10,3m 1367
Tåsinge Mærsk class
Clara Maersk 1992 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
California Maersk 1992 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Troense Maersk 1992 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Cecile Maersk 1994 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Claes Maersk 1994 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Thomas Maersk 1994 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Tinglev Maersk 1994 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Tåsinge Maersk 1994 18,979 tonnes 29,700 tonnes 190,5m 27,8m 10,6m 1597
Sea-Land Champion class
Sea-Land Champion 1995 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Comet 1995 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Racer 1996 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Charger 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Eagle 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Inrepid 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Lightning 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Mercury 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Sea-Land Meteor 1997 49,985 tonnes 59,984 tonnes 292,2m 32,3m 13m 4360
Maersk Wyoming class
Maersk Wyoming 1996 50,698 tonnes 61,454 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4658
Maersk Kentucky 1999 50,698 tonnes 61,454 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4658
Maersk Wisconsin 1999 50,698 tonnes 61,454 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4658
Grasmere Maersk 2000 50,698 tonnes 61,454 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4658
Grasmere Idaho 2000 50,698 tonnes 61,454 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4658
Maersk Alabama class
Maersk Erimo 1997 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Alexander Maersk 1998 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Ahram 1998 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Alabama 1998 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068 Container ship MV Maersk Alabama.jpg
Maersk Arizona 1998 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Arkansas 1998 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Aberdeen 1999 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Antwerp 1999 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Arun 1999 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Atlantic 1999 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Maersk Avon 1999 14,120 tonnes 17,525 tonnes 155m 25,3m 9,5m 1068
Sovereign Mærsk class
Sovereign Maersk 1997 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160 Maersk container ship 002.JPG
Sally Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Sine Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Susan Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Svendborg Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Clifford Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Skagen Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Sofie Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Sorø Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Svend Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Caroline Maersk 2000 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Carsten Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Cornelius Maersk 1998 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Chastine Maersk 2001 92,198 tonnes 110,000 tonnes 347m 42,8m 15m 8160
Maersk Kiel class
Maersk Kalmar 1998 80,942 tonnes 88,669 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6690
Maersk Karachi 1998 80,942 tonnes 88,669 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6690
Maersk Kiel 1998 80,942 tonnes 88,669 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6690
Maersk Kimi 1998 80,942 tonnes 88,669 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6690
Maersk Pembroke class
Maersk Palermo 1998 31,333 tonnes 38,250 tonnes 210,4m 32,3m 12,5m 2902
Maersk Patras 1998 31,333 tonnes 38,250 tonnes 210,4m 32,3m 12,5m 2902
Maersk Pembroke 1998 31,333 tonnes 38,250 tonnes 210,4m 32,3m 12,5m 2902
Maersk Penang 1998 31,333 tonnes 38,250 tonnes 210,4m 32,3m 12,5m 2902
Maersk Phuket 1998 31,333 tonnes 38,250 tonnes 210,4m 32,3m 12,5m 2902
Majestic Maersk class
Maersk Carolina 1998 50,698 tonnes 61,500 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4824
Maersk Missouri 1998 50,698 tonnes 61,500 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 13,5m 4824
NedLoyd Tasman class
NedLoyd Tasman 1999 66,526 tonnes 67,624 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 14m 5468
NedLoyd Barentsz 2000 66,526 tonnes 67,624 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 14m 5468
NedLoyd Drake 2000 66,526 tonnes 67,624 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 14m 5468
NedLoyd Hudson 2000 66,526 tonnes 67,624 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 14m 5468
NedLoyd Mercator 2000 66,526 tonnes 67,624 tonnes 292,1m 32,25m 14m 5468
Nele Maersk class
Nele Maersk 2000 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Nicolai Maersk 2000 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Nicoline Maersk 2000 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Nora Maersk 2000 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Nexø Maersk 2001 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Nysted Maersk 2001 27,733 tonnes 30,936 tonnes 198,6m 30,25m 11,2 2320
Jeppesen Maersk class
Jens Maersk 2001 20,166 tonnes 27,300 tonnes 216,3m 32,22m 12,3m 3003
Jeppesen Maersk 2001 20,166 tonnes 27,300 tonnes 216,3m 32,22m 12,3m 3003
Johannes Maersk 2001 20,166 tonnes 27,300 tonnes 216,3m 32,22m 12,3m 3003
Laura Maersk class
Laura Maersk 2001 50,721 tonnes 63,200 tonnes 266,3m 37,3m 14m 4258
Laust Maersk 2001 50,721 tonnes 63,200 tonnes 266,3m 37,3m 14m 4258
Leda Maersk 2001 50,721 tonnes 63,200 tonnes 266,3m 37,3m 14m 4258
Lexa Maersk 2001 50,721 tonnes 63,200 tonnes 266,3m 37,3m 14m 4258
Lica Maersk 2001 50,721 tonnes 63,200 tonnes 266,3m 37,3m 14m 4258
Maersk Klaipeda class
Maersk Kampala 2001 80,654 tonnes 87,370 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6802
Maersk Kithira 2001 80,654 tonnes 87,370 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6802
Maersk Klaipeda 2001 80,654 tonnes 87,370 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6802
Maersk Kyrenia 2001 80,654 tonnes 87,370 tonnes 299,9m 42,8m 14m 6802

Shootings[edit]

Apšaude
Vārds
Foto
Vecums
Valsts
Nogalināja
Liktenis
Apcelšana
Depresija
Garīga slimība
Citi
Virdžīnijas Tehniskās skolas apšaude Seungs-Hui Čo 23 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 32 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
Erfurtes Apšaude Roberts Šteinhausers 19 Vācija Flag of Germany.svg 16 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
Ostinas Torņa apšaude Čārlzs Vitmans Charles Whitman (1963).jpg 25 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 15 Policija nošāva Symbol confirmed.svg
Vinnendenas skolas apšaude Tims Krečmers 17 Vācija Flag of Germany.svg 15 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
École Polytechnique apšaude Marks Lēpans 25 Kanāda Flag of Canada.svg 14 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
Kolumbainas Augstskolas apšaude

Ēriks Haris
Dilans Klībolds

18 un 17 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 13 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg (abiem) Symbol confirmed.svg (Klīboldam) Symbol confirmed.svg (Harisam)
Riodeženēro skolas apšaude Velingtons de Olivjera 23 Brazīlija Flag of Brazil.svg 12 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
Kauhajoki skolas apšaude Matti Juhani Saari 22 Somija Flag of Finland.svg 10 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
Jokelas skolas apšaude Pekka-Ēriks Auvenens 18 Somija Flag of Finland.svg 8 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
Redleikas apšaude Džefrijs Vais 16 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 9 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
Ziemeļilianoisas Univesitātes apšaude Stīvens Kazmiercaks 27 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 5 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
2013 Santamonikas apšaude Džons Zavahri 23 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 5 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
Mērijsvillas Pilčuka Augstskolas apšaude Džeilens Frībergs 15 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 4 Pašnāvība Symbol confirmed.svg
Lindhurstas Augstskolas apšaude Ēriks Hjūstons 20 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 4 Padevās policijai Symbol confirmed.svg
Frontieras Vidusskolas apšaude Berijs Loukaitis 14 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 3 Padevās policijai Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
Sandjego Universitātes apšaude Frederiks Deividsons 36 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 3 Padevās policijai Symbol confirmed.svg
Hītas Augstskolas apšaude Maikls Karneals 14 ASV Flag of the United States.svg 3 Padevās policijai Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg

Paris[edit]

s[edit]

New York[edit]

Wind Turbines[edit]

Name Logo Founded Revenue(USD) Employees Country
Alstom wind Vestas.svg 1945 9.307 billion 21.449  Spain
Vestas Vestas.svg 1945 9.307 billion 21.449  Denmark

HES[edit]

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Pļaviņu Hidroelektrostacija | image = Plavinu HES.JPG | image_caption = Frontal view of the station | image_alt = | location_map = Latvia (equirectangular) | location_map_size = | location_map_caption = Location in Latvia | coordinates = 56°35′00″N 25°14′30″E / 56.58333°N 25.24167°E / 56.58333; 25.24167Coordinates: 56°35′00″N 25°14′30″E / 56.58333°N 25.24167°E / 56.58333; 25.24167 | country = Latvia | location = Aizkraukle, Aizkraukle Municipality | purpose = Power | status = O | construction_began = 1959 | opening = 1965Cite error: A <ref> tag is missing the closing </ref> (see the help page). | res_max_depth = | res_max_length =600 km (370 mi)[8] | res_max_width = | res_tidal_range = | plant_operator = | plant_commission = 2003–2012 | plant_decommission = | plant_type = C | plant_turbines = 32 × 700 MW
2 × 50 MW Francis-type | plant_hydraulic_head = Rated: 80.6 m (264 ft)
Maximum: 113 m (371 ft)[9]

countries[edit]

Name Sovreign? Political status Part of Governing country Political system Legal status of political parties Info
 Bahrain Yes Sovereign state - none Absolute monarchy Banned Political "parties" are banned, but political "societies" are allowed. The media, however, usually refer to these formations as "parties".

1970 AN-22 Atlantic Crash

AN-22 Crash in the Atlantic
Sister aircraft of the crashed CCCP-09303
Sister aircraft of the crashed CCCP-09303
Accident
Date18 July 1970 (1970-07-18)
SummaryUnknown
SiteAtlantic ocean, South-East from Greenland
Aircraft
Aircraft typeAntonov An-22
OperatorSoviet Air Forces
RegistrationCCCP-09303
Flight originIvanovo Severny Air Base, Ivanovo, Soviet Union
1st stopoverChkalovsky Airport
Shchyolkovo, Soviet Union
2nd stopoverKeflavík International Airport
Reykjavík, Iceland
Last stopoverHalifax Stanfield International Airport
Halifax, Canada
DestinationJorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru
Passengers7
Crew15
Fatalities22(all)
Survivors0

On July 18 1970, a soviet Antonov AN-22 crashed in the Atlantic Ocean between Greenland and Iceland, while on its way to Halifax, Canada. It was the first crash of the Antonov 22 model and it resaulted in the deaths of all 22 people onboard.

Aircraft[edit]

The aircraft involved in the accident was an Antonov An-22 heavy-lift freight plane built in the Tashkent Mechanical Plant in late 1969 and early 1970 with the construction number 00340207 and serial number 02-07. The aircraft was transfered to the Soviet Air Forces, where it gained the registration number CCCP-09303 and was stationed in the Ivanovo Severny Air Base near Ivanovo.

Background and Flight[edit]

Following the 1970 Ancash earthquake, which killed thens of thousands of people and destroyed many cities, the 81st military transport unit of the Soviet Air force participated in the transport of humanitarian aid to Chile. The unit operated heavy-lift aircraft, among them the Antonov An-22. Due to the limited range and heavy cargo of food and 7 passengers, the flight plan called for the aircraft to make several stops while on its way to Peru. Since the flight was longer than 17 000km, two crews were used for the flight. This also served as a training opurtinity for the pilots.

Crash[edit]

On July 18 the aircraft took off from Keflafik airport in Iceland on its way to Halifax. 47 minutes after take-off, at 14:30 all contact with the aircraft was lost and it disappeared from radar screens. As the crew did not respond to communication from the air traffic controllers and no airport recorded the aircraft landing, it was presumed that the aircraft had crashed in the ocean. Soon after a search and rescue operation began together with NATO aircraft and a soviet Antonov An-12. During the search pieces of the aircraft were found, confirming that it had indeed crashed. No survivors were found.

Investigation[edit]

Following the inspection of recovered pieces of the aircraft, and in-flight fire was ruled out. The Soviet Ministry of Aviation Production made a hypothesis that an Uncontrolled decompression had occured, the cause of which has never been fully established.

5 months after the crash of CCCP-09303, its sister aircraft, CCCP-09305, crashed in India. The cause of that disaster was the separation of one of the propeller blades, which struck the fuselage of the aircraft, causing an explosive decompression, which resulted in the aircraft crashing, killing all 17 on-board. It is believed that this was most likely also the cause of CCCP-09303 in the Atlantic.

Aftermath[edit]

Following the disaster, all pressurized An-22s were grounded. Memorials to the flight crew of CCCP-09303 were built in Moscow and Lima.

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