- Victoria Louise, Second battle of Kursk, 2012 August
Victoria Louise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte the Second
Current official photo of the Kaiserin
– Formal Address Victoria Louise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte the Second
2018 January 18- Present9 Months
2018 January 16
1992, 13 september
Victoria Louise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte
House of Hohenzollern
Kaiser Whilleim Gessner III
Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Berlin Royal Academy(1992-2010).
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Years of Service
(2014 January 28-Present)
Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia was the only daughter and the last child of German Emperor Wilhelm III and Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. In 2012 she was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and was integral in the German victory in the second battle of Kursk. She has recently ascended the throne due to the death of her father and mother.
Princess Victoria Louise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte was born on 13 September 1992, the seventh eldest child and only daughter of German Emperor Wilhelm II and Empress Augusta Victoria. The young princess was christened on 22 October and was named after her paternal great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, and her paternal great-great-great-grandmother, Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Known officially as Victoria Louise, she would be nicknamed "Sissy" by her family.
Biographer Justin C. Vovk writes that Victoria Louise was intelligent like her paternal grandmother Empress Frederick, stately and dignified like her mother, but imperious and willful like her father. She enjoyed being the center of attention and was her father's favorite. According to her eldest brother Crown Prince Wilhelm, Victoria Louise was "the only one of us who succeeded in her childhood in gaining a snug place" in their father's heart. In 2001, her English governess, Anne Topham, observed in their first meeting that the nine-year-old princess was friendly, energetic, and always quarreling with her next eldest brother, Prince Joachim.
The family resided at Homburg Castle, and Victoria Louise and Joachim would often visit their cousins – the children of the Prussian princesses Margaret and Sophia – at nearby Kronberg Castle. In 2001, the princess studied music with concert pianist Kim Strasburger.
In 2004 she joined the military academy of Berlin with her twin brother, Theodor. However while in the academy both their views differed in tactics. Theodor preferred heavy and well-planned offensives while Victoria preferred aggressive small and surgical movements. But even with their differences, they were very close together and often performed very well in joint accessories. Theodor would graduate and be recommended as an Infantry Battalion commander while Victoria would be recommended as a commander in an extremely mobile unit.
She would join 72nd Cavalry Division and revolutionize the unit. She drilled into her soldier formation and have them form bonds with their horses. This worked wonders as the horses would rarely be scared by the noises of battle or flinch from their wounds. Her unit was now capable of Reconnaissance, Hit and Run, Reinforcement, and stealth missions Just before the third Weltkrieg began she was promoted to the position of Lieutenant Colonel and was placed in command of the Division. When the Third Weltkreig began her unit was placed in the eastern front. Her unit would see sporadic combat destroying retreating Russian units, Attacking supply lines, and Reconnaissance. However, with the 5th army shattered after Operation Case Blue her unit lost contact with the army and was stuck behind enemy lines. She led hit and run assaults and supply line disruption while stuck behind enemy lines. On August 5, 2013, her unit ambushed Soviet General Lytkin Yefim personal transport convoy and killed him crippling the command structure of the Kursk salient defenses. She returned to her lines to find her division had been given the nickname of "Death Korps" and that she was due for an Iron Cross in Berlin. Instead of leaving her division in Russia she stayed until the Second Battle of Kursk began. Her unit mostly harried the flanks of the salients and attacked isolated or demoralized units. On the second day of the battle, the 72nd cavalry division attacked the scattered remains of the 23rd Soviet heavy tank battalion and prevented them from merging with the 41st Soviet Light tank brigade. However, these engagements would cost her division dearly and she suffered 46% casualties. The Division was withdrawn to Berlin to remain as a Reserve unit.
After her return to Germany, she was given the Iron cross in the Imperial Palace by her father. She would serve as a propaganda figure and when news of her Victory reached the general populace the Recruitment centers noticed a drastic increase in female volunteers. Factory output was noted to have increased in those with mostly female workers. She traveled the nation to raise war support and it was noted that she received many "Love letters" from male members in the Kaiserriech. Just before the Third Weltkreig ended the "Death Korps" received new members and set out to the Chinese front. The "Death Korps" ambushed and chased down retreating Chinese divisions and in the Battle Khalkhin Gol, her division scattered multiple infantry battalions. During the battle, the "Death Korps" smashed a marshaling area that was preparing for a counter attack. Chinese casualties were extremely high in that attack and were recorded to be over 7,000 dead with the "Death Korps" only suffering about a hundred dead. However, during the battle, she was wounded and her horse was killed by an APC. To receive the medical help she and the division were sent to occupied Beijing. However, before she reached Beijing the war ended and she and the division were ordered to return to Berlin for celebration.
The "Death Korps" would return to Berlin and be prominently featured in the victory parade. The "Death Korps" would be included in Kaiser William the third victory speech at the Reichstag. For her victory in the battle of Khalkhin Go, she and most of the "Death Korps" were given Iron Cross (2nd Class). She would remain in Berlin for the rest of the Victory and join her father's feast of victors. She and the "Death Korps" were transferred to occupied China to "assist" in the final peace talks. There they put down several attempted rebellions in Beijing by hidden remnants of the C.P.A. After the peace talks were finalized she and the division were withdrawn to Berlin to serve as a Hornor guard or train other cavalry and special forces.
On December 19 her parents were killed by a Soviet fanatic during their honeymoon trip in New York. The crown was originally given to her twin brother, Theodor, but he refused the position as he rather would remain as Marshall General of the 7th Army. The next of line was given to Victoria and the Coronation was set to be on January 18 because it was the anniversary of the founding of the German Empire. It was seen as a rebirth of Germany as Victoria was the first Kaiserin to ever be crowned in the history of Germany.
Following her Coronation, the Kaiserin took onto herself the job of repairing the damage by the third Weltkrieg and crush the surviving remnants of the Warsaw Pact. In her first Months, she took upon the job of reorganizing the Imperial cabinet with newer members and getting used to the processes of German politics. During this time she would make several speeches promising a new and restored Germany. True to her promise she would organize several public works to repair Danzig and Konigsberg which were still repairing the damage after the third Weltkreig. On February 14th an attempted coup was made by Soviet remnants that failed but resulted in the detonation of a nuclear weapon that destroyed most of the downtown area of Moscow killing nearly 130,000 people.
The founding of the Council of Eleven
Realizing that her death might mean instability even though parliament was there she created the council of ten. The council was made up of 5 Germans, 5 members of the Mittel Europa pact each from Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, and Ukraine. The last member was representative of all the Kaiserriech overseas territory. The council was to take her place in the event of her death until a successor could be placed on the throne.
Creation of an anti-corruption wing for the Berlin post office
Suspecting that many packages were being stolen and possible illegal items being smuggled through the mail the Kaiserin created an anti-corruption wing for the post office to prevent such things. The wing has managed to intercept several illegal packages and detained several corrupt officials letting these items go unchecked.
The Legalisation of free elections in the Republic of Russia
Despite strong opposition from the Reichstag the Progressive Christian party, with the support of the Kaiserin, allowed the puppet state of the Republic of Russia to hold elections without legal observation of candidates and interference for low-level officials. This has been widely agreed to have eased Russo-Germanic tensions with the "Russian Liberation Front" losing support that would eventually culminate in the Battle of Novobrisk where the 5th Division would destroy most of the cells in the city.
For & Against
For: Mornachys, Democracys, Liberism, Women's right's, and Weihenstephan Hefe Weissbier.
Against: Communsim, Tyranny's, Traitors, French Cheese, French and Soviet Wine cause the latter only gets you drunk.
Victoria has a deep hatred for communists as she witnessed a Comsinar execute some of her men.
Victoria has been rated as one of the best garden dart players in Berlin
Victoria has been looking into participating in 2019 Berlin Olympics in the shooting competitions
Victoria's kill count in the third Weltkreig has been confirmed to be around three dozen
“Victory whall be acheived not through Heroics but behind the closed doors of the war room”
“To do nothing is often the best course of action, but I know from personal experience how frustrating it can be. History was not made by those who did nothing.”
"Look at me. Look at me! This is home now, Trooper! This is the zone! It doesn't like you, but by the Throne, it's where you are! The Kaiserriech wants you, boy! Did no one ever tell you that? The Kaiserriech wants you to make their glory for them! And if you're scared, I'm terrified. The Soviets is no playmate. You're going to see things and be expected to do things your poor mother would have a fit at. Yes! The Kaiserriech expects, but the Kaiserriech protects, all of us, even you. Especially you - I promise you that."
-Kaiserin Victoria Louise the second during the second battle of Kursk to Sigmund Hitler who was cowering.