Det Svenska Stormaktsväldet
Swedish Empire
Sweden Swedish Coat of Arms
National Flag Coat of Arms
Einheit, Freiheit, und Gerechtigkeit
National Anthem
Heil Dir Im Siegerkranz
Large Swedish Map
Capital Stockholm
Official languagess Swedish, German, English
Demonym Swedish or Swede
Government Absolute Monarchy
- Head of State Kristján I of Sweden
- Sovereignty

July 15, 2008
Major Religions Church of Sweden (Lutheran)
National Animal Lion
Total Area 177.995 Sq. Mi.
Total Population
- Ethnic groups
Alliance Affiliation British Empire
Currency Swedish Krona (SEK)
Literacy Rate 100%
Time Zone UTC +1

The Swedish Empire, simply known as Sweden is a nation located in Scandinavia. The Swedish Empire is the reestablishment of pre-2006 Sweden, which collapsed in 2006 alongside all other world nations, and the former Swedish Empire.

History Edit

January 2006 Edit

In January 2006, all the governments of the world mysteriously collapsed and the planet went into anarchy. Following the collapse, many micro-nations began to form throughout Earth and alliances began to bind groups of these nations.

The New Empire Edit

In July 2008, the Kingdom of Sweden reformed under the name of the Swedish Empire, though it commonly was called Sweden as it always had been. This new Sweden also took up many qualities of the Swedish Empire that existed in the 1600s. A day after its founding, it joined British Empire. Around July 21, Sweden entered negotiations in which the nation agreed to enter a trading group as a way to have reliable trade partners.

End of Democracy Edit

Despite being an Empire, Sweden had been a constitutional monarchy; but this all changed on August 4, 2008 when the King declared Sweden to be an absolute monarchy and that his title be Kaiser of the Swedish Empire. Citizens at first had mixed views on this change of government but quickly adjusted. The Riksdag remained as parliament of Sweden and would operate as usual, the only difference was that now the Kaiser would have the power to stop anything passed by the Riksdag if he wanted. The first action related to the legislature that the Kaiser took was the banning of Sweden's various socialist and communist parties; in the end only the Left Party was allowed to remain in operation.

War Edit

Sweden's first war began on August 10, 2008 when the Empire declared war on Wisconsin Prime as apart of the British Empire's war against the Wisconsin Coalition. The war ended on August 18 with a Swedish victory and only five casualties.

Geography & Climate Edit

Sweden is located in Northern Europe, west of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia. The nation forms the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. In the west part of the nation is the Scandinavian Mountain Chain (Skanderna). To the south is the Øresund straights. The lowest point in Sweden is Lake Hammarsjön at -2.41 meters below sea level. The highest point is Kebnekaise at 2,111 meters above sea level. Fifteen percent of Sweden falls within the Arctic Circle. In the south, agriculture is dominant and forest coverage increases as you go farther north.

Sweden's climate is temperate despite its location. The nation has distinct seasons and mild temperatures in both the summer and winter. The Gulf Stream causes Sweden to be warmer than other places along the same latitude. In the mountainous regions, a sub-arctic climate is dominant. In the areas above the Arctic Circle, the sun never sets in the summer and never rises in the winter. Outside the Circle in the summer the days are longer and in the winter they are shorter. Summers in south and central Sweden are warm with cool evenings; while the north has cooler temperatures. Heatwaves and high temperatures can sometimes occur in the summer. In the winter, temperatures are freezing in the south, below freezing in the central region, and very cold, snowy, and below freezing in the north. Per year, Sweden gets between 500 and 800 millimeters of precipitation, with some regions getting between 1000 and 1700 millimeters. Thunderstorms are common in the summer. Snowfall generally occurs between November and April.

Politics Edit

Sweden is a absolute monarchy. The nation's parliament is the unicameral Riksdag, which has five-hundred and thirty-nine members which are elected every four years. Although the Kaiser has all the power, the Kaiser permits the Riksdag to operate as it would in a parliamentary system, though he has the power to stop anything that is passed by the parliament. The Kaiser is the Head of State and Head of Government. The Cabinet acts a group of advisers to the Kaiser and are given the ability by him to carry out various powers unique to their Ministry. The nation has a Supreme Court, districts courts, courts of appeal, and administrative courts.

The Cabinet consists of the following:

  • Minister for Agriculture, Food, & Fisheries
  • Minister for Alliance Affairs
  • Minister for Communications
  • Minister for Culture
  • Minister for Defence
  • Minister for Education
  • Minister for Elderly Care & Public Health
  • Minister for Employment
  • Minister for Enterprise & Energy
  • Minister for the Environment
  • Minister for Finance
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Minister for Foreign Trade
  • Minister for Health & Social Affairs
  • Minister for Higher Education & Research
  • Minister for Integration & Gender Equality
  • Minister for Justice
  • Minister for Local Government & Financial Markets
  • Minister for Migration & Asylum Policy
  • Minister for Social Security

Political Parties Edit

  • Centre Party - Centrist, Agrarianism, Social Liberalism
  • Christian Democrats - Christian Democracy
  • Communist Party - Marxist-Leninism Banned
  • Conservative Party - Liberal Conservatism
  • Feminist Initiative - Feminism
  • Green Party - Green Politics, Environmentalism
  • Health Care Party - Single-Issue Party (Healthcare)
  • Labour Party - Social Democracy
  • Left Party - Socialism, Feminism
  • Liberal People's Party - Social Liberalism
  • Moderate Party - Liberal Conservatism
  • Pirate Party - Information Freedom, Privacy
  • Progress Party - Economic Liberalism, Social Conservatism
  • Sami People's Party - Single-Issue Party (Sami People)
  • Socialist Justice Party - Trotskyism Banned
  • Socialist Left Party - Socialism Banned
  • Society Party - Anarchism Banned
  • Sweden Democrats - Cultural Nationalism, National Conservatism, Social Conservatism
  • Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party - Single-Issue Party (Senior Citizens)
  • Swedish Social Democratic Party - Democratic Socialism, Social Democracy

Current Government Edit

Riksdag Edit

  • Centre Party, 92 Seats
  • Moderate Party, 81 Seats
  • Swedish Social Democratic Party, 78 Seats
  • Christian Democrats, 65 Seats
  • Liberal People's Party, 51 Seats
  • Progress Party, 49 Seats
  • Labour Party, 36 Seats
  • Sweden Democrats, 30 Seats
  • Pirate Party, 24 Seats
  • Conservative Party, 15 Seats
  • Swedish Senior Citizen Party, 9 Seats
  • Feminist Initiative, 5 Seats
  • Independents, 2 Seats
  • Green Party, 1 Seat

Monarch & Rikskansler Edit

Demographics Edit

Ethnicity Edit

  • 52% Swedish
  • 41% German
  • 4% Danish
  • 2% Norwegian
  • 1% Finnish

Religion Edit

Culture Edit

Food Edit

Swedish food is generally simple; a typical meals consists of boiled potatoes, some kind of fish or meat, a sauce, and some vegetables. Fish and potatoes are the two very important parts of the nation's cuisine. Coffee is very popular among Swedes; though for meals, beer, milk, or water is the standard. Other types of cuisine can be found in Sweden, such as French food, Japanese food, and American fast food. In the fast food side, pizza has proven to be very popular and is considered to be an integral part of the Swedish cuisine. Some people have considered the Swedish cuisine to be similar to the Japanese cuisine due to the large use of fish and vegetables.

Architecture Edit

Before the 13th Century, all buildings were made of wood, though stone later became largely used. Early stone buildings in Sweden were mainly Romanesque churches built in Skåne, controlled by Denmark at the time. Influences from the Hanseatic League led to the construction of Gothic churches too. Following the 1500s, Sweden was identified by Baroque and Rococo architecture. In the 1930s, Functionalist architecture was invented and became largely popular.

National Holidays Edit

The following is a list of holidays sanctioned by the Iceland government:

Month Day Holiday
January 1 New Year's Day
January 5 Twelfth Night
January 6 Epiphany
March 20 Maundy Thursday
March 21 Good Friday
March 22 Holy Saturday
March 23 Easter Sunday
March 24 Easter Monday
April 30 Walpurgis Night
May 1 International Worker's Day
May 1 Ascension Day
May 10 Pentecost Eve
May 11 Whitsunday
June 6 National Day of Sweden
June 20 Midsummer's Eve
June 21 Midsummer's Day
October 31 All Saints' Eve
November 1 All Saints' Day
December 24 Christmas Eve
December 25 Christmas Day
December 26 Boxing Day
December 31 New Year's Eve
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