The Imperial Union of
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy
The Federal Republic of New Pruessen encompasses the old boundaries of the Prussian kingdom prior to 1815, with the notable exception of having only the eastern lands. After the fall of the Soviet Union and the reunification of Germany in the early 1990s, disenchantment fell upon the Germanized-Slavs, German, Poles, and Russians living within the kingdom's previous borders. Several regional business leaders and local governments bonded over shared history, culture, and the need to have a government not dictated by overlords in Berlin, Moscow, and Warsaw. As a result, a new Prussian state emerged, centered on its old capital, Königsberg.