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The Second Entente RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Luxembourgish Nation of New Swaraelia

Last WA Update:

World Factbook Entry

New Swaraelia says: youíre welcome

Embassies: Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, Debate Region of the Rhine, Nobody likes a Commie, The Sands, Christianity Union, democratic union of free states, The Bar on the corner of every region, Mathematic, The NewsStand, J o J, Union of Nationalists, Despotic Europe, and The Glorious Nations of Iwaku.

Tags: Anti-Communist, Capitalist, Conservative, Democratic, Free Trade, Game Player, Human-Only, Imperialist, Independent, Industrial, Issues Player, Libertarian, and 10 others.Map, Minuscule, Monarchist, Past Tech, Regional Government, Religious, Role Player, Serious, Steampunk, and World Assembly.

The Second Entente contains 4 nations.


Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in The Second Entente

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, The Second Entente is ranked 10,039th in the world for Most Cultured.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Unity of NorthwickInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Our only way - Forward!”
2.The Austro-Hungarian Empire of Voslage and ShilageInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Indivisibiliter ac inseparabiliter”
3.The People's Republic of TeenywheelInoffensive Centrist Democracy“This is an academic setting.”
4.The Colony of 160th Catgirl DivisionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“NYAAA”

Regional Happenings


The Second Entente Regional Message Board

Eastern-States wrote:-snip-

Please, I'm trying to keep the region alive.

I will stand with this region until its final member leaves.
We will never quit, by the grace of Maurikios, we shall continue.

Operation Lionheart phase Two

With Antioch being a big success for Komnenoi Trebizond, it was time for Army Group D to strike at Aleppo, a valuable asset for Mamluk supplies to the front. But, as the losses where massive for the Trebizondian Side, the soldiers had been brought home for a time being replaced by recruits to guard against the Mamluk assault.

About a week later, the troops were sent to the front once more to preform phase two of Operation Lionheart. Around 400,000 Troops along with the Modern Tank Corp and Half of the Motorised Infantry, launched a assault apon Aleppo, while the remaining 100,000 guarded Antioch. The battle will commence once the Mamluk forces retaliate against the offensive.

At the same time, the Mechanised Infantry with 50,000 Infantry and half of the Motorised Infantry launched a more minor offensive around Gaziantep, in order to encircle Mamlukian Troops outside Aleppo along with the Main Attack, which would leave the Mamluk forces significantly reduced in future operations.

Whether this shall be a repeat of Komnenoi success or a significant Mamluk victory is undecided, but Maurikios has confidence in beating back the Mamluk threat.

Forward, for Leon's Legacy marches beside you.

Komnenoi Trebizond wrote:I will stand with this region until its final member leaves.
We will never quit, by the grace of Maurikios, we shall continue.

Swaraelia is gone so it canít work.

Hey, I hope everyone is starting to get back into the groove of school. Anyways, this week we will be looking at America's longest war in its history;

"Should the US negotiate with the Taliban to end the Afghanistan War?"

Washington Post:

CBS News:

Good riddance Swaraelia

The regional flag is John 3:16, my favorite verse!

Read all about it!
- Neutrality breaks out in the DRF Chronicle
- Election special in the Union Truth
- Get green with the Regional-World Newswire
- Ex-Pacifica in NS Today:
- Stars and stars in Gameplay Magazine
Poker faces on - it's 🍒🍓🍋🍍SLOTS🍈🍐🍇🍑 at the Sands

I'm alive! I've just been settling into college life right now. I apologize for being gone longer than expected, but hopefully things should return to a semi-regular schedule from this point on.

"Should Trump be allowed to use foreign policy for political wants?"

The Guardian:

USA Today:

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