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Großgermania is a federal empire divided into six regional constituent countries, as well as one territory, the Kanarische Inseln. The mainland empire is further divided into forty-six bezirke, meaning districts. The Imperial Government of Großgermania has established provinces as the English term for these districts. The Kanarische Inseln are not included in the provincial system.

Each province is ruled by a Chancellor appointed by the respective king, prince, or governor of its region, as well as a Provincial Assembly. Each also has a Witenagemot to make economic decisions, except for Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, and Alsace-Lorraine, whose economies are exclusively governed by their respective regions. Thirty-three of these provinces are in the Kingdom of Germany, six are in Helvetica, four are in the Kingdom of Denmark, and there is one each in the Principality of Luxembourg, the Principality of Liechtenstein, and Alsace-Lorraine.

Of the German provinces, thirteen comprise the former Federal Republic of Germany and eight the former Republic of Austria, which are based on the former Länder of those states. The former Länder of Berlin, Hamburg, and Bremen were incorporated into the larger states surrounding them upon the formation of Großgermania (Brandenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, and Lower Saxony, respectively), as was Vienna, the ninth Austrian Länder, which was incorporated into Lower Austria. Eight of these provinces were formerly part of the Republic of Poland and the Russian Federation. Though largely based on the former voivodeships of Poland, some of their names were changed, Prussia was re-established from two voivodeships (and Königsberg), Greater Poland (now Poznań) was expanded slightly, and Silesia was expanded to cover four other districts. The Regions of the Czech Republic were combined into four provinces.

The six Helvetican provinces were created from the Cantons of Switzerland, smaller ones of which were combined with the larger ones; similarly, the four Danish provinces were created from the five Regions of the Denmark (with Hovedstaden merging to become part of Sjælland).

List of Provinces[]

Provinces of Großgermania
Province Capital
Province Capital
Province Capital
Flag of the Kingdom of Germany
Kingdom of Germany
Flag of Baden-Württemberg Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart
Flag of Bavaria (striped) Bavaria Munich
Flag of Brandenburg Brandenburg Berlin
Flag of Burgenland Burgenland Eisenstadt
Flag of Carinthia Carinthia Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
Flag of East Moravia East Moravia Gottwaldov
Flag of East Pomerania East Pomerania Bromberg
Flag of Hesse Hesse Frankfurt am Main
Flag of Lower Austria Lower Austria Sankt Pölten
Flag of Lower Saxony Lower Saxony Bremen
Flag of Lower Silesia Lower Silesia Breslau
Flag of Lubusz Lubusz Landsberg an der Warthe
Flag of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Schwerin
Flag of Northern Bohemia Northern Bohemia Prague
Flag of Opole Opole Oppeln
Flag of the Palatinate The Palatinate Mainz
Flag of Poznań Poznań Posen
Flag of Prussia Prussia Königsberg
Flag of Rhineland-Westphalia Rhineland-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Flag of the Saar The Saar Saarbrücken
Flag of Salzburg Salzburg Salzburg
Flag of Saxony Saxony Leipzig
Flag of Saxony-Anhalt Saxony-Anhalt Magdeburg
Flag of Schleswig-Holstein Schleswig-Holstein Schleswig
Flag of Silesia Silesia Kattowitz
Flag of Southwestern Bohemia Southwestern Bohemia Iglau
Flag of Styria Styria Graz
Flag of Thuringia Thuringia Nordhausen
Flag of Tyrol Tyrol Innsbruck
Flag of Upper Austria Upper Austria Linz
Flag of Vorarlberg Vorarlberg Bregenz
Flag of West Moravia West Moravia Pardubitz
Flag of West Pomerania West Pomerania Stettin
Flag of Denmark
Kingdom of Denmark
Flag of Midtjylland Midtjylland Viborg
Flag of Nordjylland Nordjylland Aalborg
Flag of Sjælland Sjælland Roskilde
Flag of Syddanmark Syddanmark Odense
Flag of Berne Berne Bern
Flag of Geneva Geneva Geneva
Flag of Graubünden Graubünden Chur
Flag of Ticino Ticino Bellinzona
Flag of Valais Valais Sion
Flag of Zurich Zurich Zürich
Flag of the Principality of Luxembourg
Principality of Luxembourg
Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxembourg City
Fürstentum Liechtenstein
Principality of Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Vaduz
FR Alsace-Lorraine Alsace-Lorraine Straßburg