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The ''Gemeinswehr'', the military of Niflungland, is its own branch of government. It is responsible for defence of the Commonwealth, both in national and international capacity. It is answerable only to the Vísir as Supreme Commander of Niflungland. Its present organisation originated as the revolutionary army gathered by Sigurð Angatýrsson during the Niflungan [[History_of_Niflungland#Ragnar.C3.B6k|Civil War]], known as the ''Stoßkommando''. The Niflungan Royal Armed Forces (''Königliche Armee''), loyal to Johann II, was officially disbanded when the Commonwealth of Niflungland was constituted in 1920.
 
The ''Gemeinswehr'', the military of Niflungland, is its own branch of government. It is responsible for defence of the Commonwealth, both in national and international capacity. It is answerable only to the Vísir as Supreme Commander of Niflungland. Its present organisation originated as the revolutionary army gathered by Sigurð Angatýrsson during the Niflungan [[History_of_Niflungland#Ragnar.C3.B6k|Civil War]], known as the ''Stoßkommando''. The Niflungan Royal Armed Forces (''Königliche Armee''), loyal to Johann II, was officially disbanded when the Commonwealth of Niflungland was constituted in 1920.
   
Military organisation and governance is entirely interior. No matter the circumstances, no civil court may ever hear a case involving a soldier, on- or off-duty, active or retired. Rather, the Courts Martial, who also hear the cases of POWs and looks to the governing council of the ''Gemeinswehr'', the ''Kommandeurtribunal'', for final answers on all military cases. The ''Kommandeurtribunal'' answers to the Vísir of the Party (legally different than the Vísir of the Nation, though presently the same person, Sigurð Óðinnsson, occupies both positions), since the ''Gemeinswehr'' is still legally directly joined to the NARP. This guarantees that the loyalty of the military is always directly to the NARP, so the government of the Commonwealth can never stray from the ideology of [[National-Aristocratism]].
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Military organisation and governance is entirely interior. No matter the circumstances, no civil court may ever hear a case involving a soldier, on- or off-duty, active or retired. Rather, the Courts Martial, who also hear the cases of POWs and looks to the governing council of the ''Gemeinswehr'', the ''Kommandeurtribunal'', for final answers on all military cases. The ''Kommandeurtribunal'' answers to the Vísir of the Party (legally different than the Vísir of the Party, though presently the same person, Sigurð Óðinnsson, occupies both positions), since the ''Gemeinswehr'' is still legally directly joined to the NARP. This guarantees that the loyalty of the military is always directly to the NARP, so the government of the Commonwealth can never stray from the ideology of [[National-Aristocratism]].
   
 
Once made the legal national Armed Forces, the SK merged into a wider structure known as the ''Gemeinswehr'', at which time only the former ''Königliche Armee'' became known as the SK; the ''Königliche Marine'' and ''Luftstreitkräfte'' became the ''Kriegsmarine'' (“War Navy”) and ''Fliegerkorps'' (Flying Corps). The fourth branch of the Armed Forces was the security branch of the SK, a paramilitary wing of the NRP since its very earliest days known as the ''Sicherheitstrennung'' (“Security Detachment”—ST). This party-operated security force became the official ''Polizeidienst'' of the ''Gemeinswehr'', split into military-only and civil branches, the former of which retained the name ST, the latter of which became known simply as ''Polizei''.
 
Once made the legal national Armed Forces, the SK merged into a wider structure known as the ''Gemeinswehr'', at which time only the former ''Königliche Armee'' became known as the SK; the ''Königliche Marine'' and ''Luftstreitkräfte'' became the ''Kriegsmarine'' (“War Navy”) and ''Fliegerkorps'' (Flying Corps). The fourth branch of the Armed Forces was the security branch of the SK, a paramilitary wing of the NRP since its very earliest days known as the ''Sicherheitstrennung'' (“Security Detachment”—ST). This party-operated security force became the official ''Polizeidienst'' of the ''Gemeinswehr'', split into military-only and civil branches, the former of which retained the name ST, the latter of which became known simply as ''Polizei''.
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