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Most Nations: 337th
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Eastern Europe is a region with a rich and complex history, and is the birthplace of both polka and the pioneers of international socialism. Our men are acknowledged the world over as superior chess players and our technology is paving the way for an electric car for the people.
From tsars and revolutionaries to modern politics, from monarchies, socialists and the chaos of democracies, Eastern Europe accepts all nations.

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Eastern Europe contains 39 nations, the 337th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Unexpected Death Rate in Eastern Europe

The World Census paid their respects at cemeteries in order to determine how likely citizens were to die each year from unnatural causes, such as crime, preventable illness, accident, and government encouragement.

As a region, Eastern Europe is ranked 8,175th in the world for Highest Unexpected Death Rate.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The People's Republic of Nova RutheniaIron Fist Consumerists“They weren't civilians, they were terrorists!”
2.The United Novorossiyan Nation of Donetsk DPRIron Fist Consumerists“Live, New Russia”
3.The People's Republic of Transnistria PMRPsychotic Dictatorship“We sing the praises of Transnistria”
4.The Dictatorship of The New Supreme Roman EmpireIron Fist Consumerists“We dream of a Roman Italy”
5.The People's Republic of Greater MarxistanPsychotic Dictatorship“Strength Through Compliance”
6.The Holy Empire of Children of AtomIron Fist Consumerists“Locked inside us all are billions of invisible worlds”
7.The Borderlands of Commonwealth of the CaucasusInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Pretending that we live doesn't make us alive.”
8.The People's Republic of RzaktaCorrupt Dictatorship“Strength through spirit, Spirit through endurance”
9.The Matriarchy of Mother BearScandinavian Liberal Paradise“It's another beautiful day in Eastern Europe! ”
10.The Most Serene Republic of Soviet Republic of UkraineCorrupt Dictatorship“Long live the proletariats, death to the bourgeoise ”
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The Federation of The Slavic League wrote:As Bratislav saw Wolter, he instantly balled his fists. "Wolter, I always knew that you were involved in murdering my people!" He stepped into the room and slammed both of his palms on the table. "Everyone knows what I do to people who seek to undermine or harm the Slavs, what made you think that you would be any different? Was it because we once fought the same foe? Was it because you thought you were sneaky enough to pull it off?" Bratislav then became noticeably more angry. "Or was it because you thought you had the protection of those traitorous bastards in Serbovo, was that it?" Wolter was noticeably terrified, it was almost as if Bratislav was more of a mob boss than a president. "I bet that was it wasn't it Wolter? Where are they now then, huh? Where are they!"
Wolter was a grown man but he felt ready to break down into apology in any second. "I have often said that I treat the people of TSL as my own children. You murder one, you will awaken the fathers wrath, but this however, I wanted to wait to reveal." Wolter gulped "What is it then?" Bratislav clapped his hands together. "Glad you are willing to talk rather than cower in the corner like a wounded pup. My son, Demitri was getting ready to be married days before that attack took place." Wolter was instantly drawn to this, surely this could not be relevant, a sons marriage. "I am not sure if you know this either, but in TSL working for the state for the year, be it through military service, or through other means such as a tax collector, policemen, or other such thing is mandatory if you want full citizenship. My sons fiance, Natalia chose military service." Wolter began to pick up the pieces, but remained silent. He was noticeably regretful. "Can you guess where Natalia was posted on that day, Wolter?" Wolter nodded, but did not say anything. His hands where balled into his face. "She was in that tower, guarding the two men who were waiting for a fair trial." Bratislav considered knocking over the table for effect, but decided against it. "She was going to be my daughter in law. I had to tell Demitri that his love was not going to make it to the wedding, nor would he ever see her again. Come to think of it, you and him were making the same faces you are making now." Wolter just continued to listen. "Now, killing a TSL citizen, even if I declared them like one of my own, and then actually killing one of my own are two different things, Wolter." Bratislav lifted his hands from the table and turned to Janz, and Reinhardt. "When you are done with him, give him to me, so that I can give him the fair trial that he failed to give to those men who he had murdered." He was noticeably less angry, and more sincere when he spoke to Janz, and the Kaiser.

As Bratislav turned around to leave the room, Wolter spoke up, regret in his voice. "Bratislav, I truly am sorry for you and your son's loss." Wolter looked down in guilt. He spoke quieter this time. "It was supposed to be a quick and silent extraction, get in and get out, no casualties. All the BJK operatives were repeatedly brief-" He stopped abruptly and realized something. "Our men were told to not kill anyone." He took a deep breath. "They relayed the message to the other team involved. That team was not under our command, it was a co-op. They proposed the operation to us. Janz did not know another party was involved, he and the Kaiser sat in silence while Bratislav took this information in.

The Federation of The Slavic League wrote:Video analysists pointed out that the video lacks enough lighting in the video to reveal the signs of infection (Exhaling spores). Security cameras from within UCR territory show Serbovan soldiers opening fire on TSL soldiers, despite TSL soldiers not opening fire or showing any signs of aggression to the Serbovan soldiers. Bavarian soldiers alongside TSL soldiers were seen retaliating against Serbovan and UCR soldiers after their comrades were murdered by Serbovan squads.
Following this revelation The Bratislav Administration demanded the Serbovans justify themselves when they say that TSL soldiers attacking Serbovans is a decleration of war, but when Serbovans kill TSL men and women it is acceptible. TSL's military is getting ready for war, aswell as their allies within the Roman Empire, and Independent Kent. "The A.E.P will not tolerate attacks against its member states. An attack against one of us is an attack against all of us. We demand Serbovo pull out of Africa, reveal their involvement in murdering TSL soldiers in Africa, and cease their assistance of the false Bavarian government or face the wrath of the Alliance. We will not tolerate Serbovan hypocrisy, or villainy."


The SOSS released the security footage enhanced with audio and enhanced resolution, showing the "Serbovian Soldiers" opening fire with TSL weaponry upon TSL squadrons. As the "Serbovian troops" withdraw, a language which is severely uncommon in Serbovo was spoken, Polish.

Following the allegations by TSL towards the USSR-S, the Politburo demanded the revelation of the black flag operation revealed in the footage. In response to TSL supposedly ramping up for war, the Red Army has instituted Conscription and drafting. Placing all bases on high alert and locking down the borders.

The Federation of The Slavic League wrote:As Bratislav saw Wolter, he instantly balled his fists. "Wolter, I always knew that you were involved in murdering my people!" He stepped into the room and slammed both of his palms on the table. "Everyone knows what I do to people who seek to undermine or harm the Slavs, what made you think that you would be any different? Was it because we once fought the same foe? Was it because you thought you were sneaky enough to pull it off?" Bratislav then became noticeably more angry. "Or was it because you thought you had the protection of those traitorous bastards in Serbovo, was that it?" Wolter was noticeably terrified, it was almost as if Bratislav was more of a mob boss than a president. "I bet that was it wasn't it Wolter? Where are they now then, huh? Where are they!"
Wolter was a grown man but he felt ready to break down into apology in any second. "I have often said that I treat the people of TSL as my own children. You murder one, you will awaken the fathers wrath, but this however, I wanted to wait to reveal." Wolter gulped "What is it then?" Bratislav clapped his hands together. "Glad you are willing to talk rather than cower in the corner like a wounded pup. My son, Demitri was getting ready to be married days before that attack took place." Wolter was instantly drawn to this, surely this could not be relevant, a sons marriage. "I am not sure if you know this either, but in TSL working for the state for the year, be it through military service, or through other means such as a tax collector, policemen, or other such thing is mandatory if you want full citizenship. My sons fiance, Natalia chose military service." Wolter began to pick up the pieces, but remained silent. He was noticeably regretful. "Can you guess where Natalia was posted on that day, Wolter?" Wolter nodded, but did not say anything. His hands where balled into his face. "She was in that tower, guarding the two men who were waiting for a fair trial." Bratislav considered knocking over the table for effect, but decided against it. "She was going to be my daughter in law. I had to tell Demitri that his love was not going to make it to the wedding, nor would he ever see her again. Come to think of it, you and him were making the same faces you are making now." Wolter just continued to listen. "Now, killing a TSL citizen, even if I declared them like one of my own, and then actually killing one of my own are two different things, Wolter." Bratislav lifted his hands from the table and turned to Janz, and Reinhardt. "When you are done with him, give him to me, so that I can give him the fair trial that he failed to give to those men who he had murdered." He was noticeably less angry, and more sincere when he spoke to Janz, and the Kaiser.


The Kaiser sat silently for most of Bratislavs outburst. The man certainly acted more of a thug than a president currently. The Kaiser breathed in deeply and stood up and adjusted his tie as he poured himself another drink. He sipped it for a bit before putting it down on the table with some force. "Do you honestly expect me to release Wolter to you, Bratislav? You come in here acting like a common thug off of the street after you ordered your troops to occupy an area of my nation? You attempted to bully us. You come in here attempting to play the white knight and accuse Wolter directly of this murder. Make no mistake what he ordered was a crime and it won't go unpunished... but your talk of a fair trial? Bah. You are guided by hate and rage. It is not a fair trial, it is revenge." He lifted his drink once more to sip on it. "These tactics you use, barging in here, shouting... hmph." He shook his head. "You remind me of the SS officers that used to beat my comrades for even speaking out of turn." He gestured to Wolter. "The man is crippled and has already lost control of his nation. What further punishment can you even give him?"

The Empire of -Germania wrote:The Kaiser sat silently for most of Bratislavs outburst. The man certainly acted more of a thug than a president currently. The Kaiser breathed in deeply and stood up and adjusted his tie as he poured himself another drink. He sipped it for a bit before putting it down on the table with some force. "Do you honestly expect me to release Wolter to you, Bratislav? You come in here acting like a common thug off of the street after you ordered your troops to occupy an area of my nation? You attempted to bully us. You come in here attempting to play the white knight and accuse Wolter directly of this murder. Make no mistake what he ordered was a crime and it won't go unpunished... but your talk of a fair trial? Bah. You are guided by hate and rage. It is not a fair trial, it is revenge." He lifted his drink once more to sip on it. "These tactics you use, barging in here, shouting... hmph." He shook his head. "You remind me of the SS officers that used to beat my comrades for even speaking out of turn." He gestured to Wolter. "The man is crippled and has already lost control of his nation. What further punishment can you even give him?"


With only ten minutes prior notice, the modified Boeing 747 known as "Red One" entered Germanic, then Bavarian airspace. Escorted by all 21 Yellow Squadron fighter pilots, the serbovian Premier's aircraft touched down. As the step car arrived with an elevator, the forward most airlock opened, first a detail of 10 Serbovian Marines marched out from the elevator in formal dress blues attire and ceremonial swords. Forming a sword arch, the Serbovian Premier, Artyom Volkov, wheeled his way through the arch, surrounded by a mixture of OSS operatives and Plain clothed SOG-9 sporting AK-174U SMGs. Upon reaching the terminal, the guards had their weapons lowered but on evident guard. As an officer approached the wheelchair bound Premier, he spoke: "Greetings, Comrade. I understand the Kaiser is in town. I would like to speak to him, if I may."

The Democratic States of Serbovo wrote:With only ten minutes prior notice, the modified Boeing 747 known as "Red One" entered Germanic, then Bavarian airspace. Escorted by all 21 Yellow Squadron fighter pilots, the serbovian Premier's aircraft touched down. As the step car arrived with an elevator, the forward most airlock opened, first a detail of 10 Serbovian Marines marched out from the elevator in formal dress blues attire and ceremonial swords. Forming a sword arch, the Serbovian Premier, Artyom Volkov, wheeled his way through the arch, surrounded by a mixture of OSS operatives and Plain clothed SOG-9 sporting AK-174U SMGs. Upon reaching the terminal, the guards had their weapons lowered but on evident guard. As an officer approached the wheelchair bound Premier, he spoke: "Greetings, Comrade. I understand the Kaiser is in town. I would like to speak to him, if I may."

The guard stood confused for a few moments. "Uh, I'm sorry Premier Volkov, your arrival was... unexpected. I'll call Janz and Kaiser Wilhelm, let them know you're here." He looked at the Serbovian troops before turning around and calling Janz. "Marschall Janz, the Serbovian Premier just landed at the airfield. He says he wants to speak to the Kaiser." The guard stood there for a few minutes, tapping his feet. "Yes sir, I understand." He hung up and turned around. "Premier Volkov, Marschall Janz has informed the Kaiser that you want to meet with him. Due to the nature of the situation at hand, you may only bring 4 of your guards sir." He led the Premier to a car which took him to the capitol building.

"He's here? How did a Serbovian aircraft get through our airspace without us noticing? Very well, I'll inform the Kaiser." Janz turned to the Kaiser. "Kaiser, Premier Volkov has turned up unexpectedly, he wants to see you." Kaiser Wilhelm nodded.

The Republic of Prussian-Bavaria wrote:The guard stood confused for a few moments. "Uh, I'm sorry Premier Volkov, your arrival was... unexpected. I'll call Janz and Kaiser Wilhelm, let them know you're here." He looked at the Serbovian troops before turning around and calling Janz. "Marschall Janz, the Serbovian Premier just landed at the airfield. He says he wants to speak to the Kaiser." The guard stood there for a few minutes, tapping his feet. "Yes sir, I understand." He hung up and turned around. "Premier Volkov, Marschall Janz has informed the Kaiser that you want to meet with him. Due to the nature of the situation at hand, you may only bring 4 of your guards sir." He led the Premier to a car which took him to the capitol building.
"He's here? How did a Serbovian aircraft get through our airspace without us noticing? Very well, I'll inform the Kaiser." Janz turned to the Kaiser. "Kaiser, Premier Volkov has turned up unexpectedly, he wants to see you." Kaiser Wilhelm nodded.


The Premier nodded, motioning for four of the SOG-9 Operatives to follow as he wheeled off to the waiting vehicle. Upon arrival, the premier wheeled his way to the door and knocked, the door being opened immediately by an SOG-9 Operative. The Premier wheeled his way in, nodding a hello to the new Kanzler and the Kaiser, "Ah, hello Kaiser Wilhelm. It's been quite some time.... and you must be the new Kanzler. It's a pleasure, your men fought bravely, and earned you your freedom from the previous Kanzler." He turned in his wheelchair, shooting a look to the president of TSL, and simply stated in a sharp tone, "Well well, if it isn't Bratislav the weasel." Following his greetings, he wheeled his way into a position at the table, flanked on both sides by his guards.

The Democratic States of Serbovo wrote:The Premier nodded, motioning for four of the SOG-9 Operatives to follow as he wheeled off to the waiting vehicle. Upon arrival, the premier wheeled his way to the door and knocked, the door being opened immediately by an SOG-9 Operative. The Premier wheeled his way in, nodding a hello to the new Kanzler and the Kaiser, "Ah, hello Kaiser Wilhelm. It's been quite some time.... and you must be the new Kanzler. It's a pleasure, your men fought bravely, and earned you your freedom from the previous Kanzler." He turned in his wheelchair, shooting a look to the president of TSL, and simply stated in a sharp tone, "Well well, if it isn't Bratislav the weasel." Following his greetings, he wheeled his way into a position at the table, flanked on both sides by his guards.

Janz acknowledged the premier. "Thank you Premier Volkov, though I'm not officially Kanzler, we are in the middle of discussing peace, my men fought bravely, against your troops. I have to ask that your men wait outside the room, like all of our personal guards." He poured the premier a glass while the Serbovian guards left the room.

Wolter began to sweat even more, Bratislav was here and now was Volkov, right after he revealed to Bratislav that the attack involved another nation. He wondered if the Serbovians had been spying on him, a coincidence that the premier had arrived so quickly. Wolter took a clumsy sip and spoke. "Yes, we were just discussing minor details." Janz noticed Wolter was acting weird, he realized who the other nation was, so did the Kaiser and Bratislav. Silence hung in the room for a few minutes, Volkov smiling at Wolter and Bratislav. Wolter looked like he was going to vomit, while Bratislav tightly gripped his chair. Janz finally broke the silence. "Well, this is a peace talk, involving more than the GC now. It seems like you, Premier Volkov, and Bratislav have "things" to discuss." Janz looked at Wolter, he was slightly trembling now, Janz felt pity for the man, he had revealed something he wasn't suppose to. Factor in that, Serbovo and TSL are on the brink of war, Wolter's information could make both countries cross that line, right here in his office. Two nations about to declare war on eachother, while the other two were ready to make peace. Silence hung in the air again, tick-tock tick-tock, the clock was calling for someone to speak.

The Republic of Prussian-Bavaria wrote:Janz acknowledged the premier. "Thank you Premier Volkov, though I'm not officially Kanzler, we are in the middle of discussing peace, my men fought bravely, against your troops. I have to ask that your men wait outside the room, like all of our personal guards." He poured the premier a glass while the Serbovian guards left the room.
Wolter began to sweat even more, Bratislav was here and now was Volkov, right after he revealed to Bratislav that the attack involved another nation. He wondered if the Serbovians had been spying on him, a coincidence that the premier had arrived so quickly. Wolter took a clumsy sip and spoke. "Yes, we were just discussing minor details." Janz noticed Wolter was acting weird, he realized who the other nation was, so did the Kaiser and Bratislav. Silence hung in the room for a few minutes, Volkov smiling at Wolter and Bratislav. Wolter looked like he was going to vomit, while Bratislav tightly gripped his chair. Janz finally broke the silence. "Well, this is a peace talk, involving more than the GC now. It seems like you, Premier Volkov, and Bratislav have "things" to discuss." Janz looked at Wolter, he was slightly trembling now, Janz felt pity for the man, he had revealed something he wasn't suppose to. Factor in that, Serbovo and TSL are on the brink of war, Wolter's information could make both countries cross that line, right here in his office. Two nations about to declare war on eachother, while the other two were ready to make peace. Silence hung in the air again, tick-tock tick-tock, the clock was calling for someone to speak.


The Premier took a sip of his drink, and spoke in a calm tone :"Actually, I suppose now is appropriate to discuss say... the matter of a Slavic Black Flag Operation in Africa which resulted in the deaths of several hundred Soviet Peacekeeping forces." The Premier let out a sharp whistle, to which the door opened and two Black suited SOSS operatives entered, one pushing a projector and stand, the other carrying a laptop. After a minute of setting up, they turned out the lights and opened up a series of photos and one video, the Security footage of the supposed Red Army Soldiers. One of the operatives began to speak: "Good evening Sirs. I'm going to get straight to the point here, what you see in this footage, is not as it seems." He played the footage and stopped for a moment, "Take note of the uniforms, the same color and style of the typical Red Army Field uniform. But, does anyone else note the distinct lack of any form of division patch or red star?", The operative motioned to the crystal clear image on screen of the supposed Red Army Squadron, he then continued until there was a clear view of their Weaponry, "Now what we have here is something you would never see in the hands of a Red Army soldier. The AK-99, a Slavic League Armed Forces staple." The footage continued and once the Slavic soldiers engaged were dead, voices of the "Serbovian troops" could be heard, speaking Polish, "Now, this is truely what disproves that these are really Red Army Soldiers. Polish is a very, very, very small language spoken in Serbovo, and there are no entirely Polish squads in the Red Army. So, what nation could have the capability of fielding a squadron of POLISH soldiers, with SLAVIC LEAGUE weapons. Who would try to instigate war between the USSR-S, and TSL. Anyone?"

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