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  • Official Name: The National Comrades of Niederoestereich
  • Motto: Community, Identity, Stability
  • Capital City:Ranke
  • Government type: Communisty with Fascist Elements
  • Number of Legislative Branches: House of Representatives and the Senate
  • Federalist or Unitary: Unitary
  • Provinces/Territories (if applicable): 4 States
  • Head of State: Premier White
  • Official Language: Latin, English and German
  • Official Religion: Roman Catholicism
  • Major Minorities: Slavic
  • Separation of Powers: None
  • Currency: Reichsmark


1754, Niederoestereich was established as an outpost of a former empire, which has ceased to now exist. Mainly used as a penal colony and strategic vantage point for the mother country, Niederoestereich past has been quiet for the most part. In 1801 there was a quick sectarian uprising against Anglicans but was quickly dispersed. By the turn of the century. Niederoestereich has just been established as a separate country. Declared its independence from its former motherland in 1901. Niederoestereichs industry is just being established with main agriculture exports running the economy. They have just past a "White Niederoestereich Policy" to keep their culture intact for fear of foreigners destroying what they have just claimed. Niederoestereich is a democracy with right-wing leanings.


Niederoestereichs main attribute is its army, although only made up of volunteers with a small professional army. Its naval is relatively small, since before 1900; its former motherland had taken care of defence.

Her army infantry is mainly used as shock troops, which enjoys good morale in most situations. There are light horse regiments, although none professional they still rival if not better their counterparts.

Niederoestereichian navy is mainly late 19th century frigates, destroyers, minelayers and corvettes, no dreadnoughts or heavy cruisers. Niederoestereich has no flying corps. Her citizens are hard working labourers who enjoy a higher basic wage than most of their counterparts in other countries. They have an easy going and light-hearted attitude even in war. Niederoestereichs leader is Chancellor John Monash, who has a fiery temper who is advocating for conscription during the start of the war, although unsuccessful after a referendum.

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The Constitutional Monarchy of Niederoestereich existed from 1865, after the radical socialist group, Slazyu, seized control of the Kings Palace in Ranke. Loyalists though liberated the monarch and his immediate family, restored order, and exiled key members of Slazyu. To ensure that the beloved monarch lived, a Constitutional Monarchy was proposed, and the royal family Graciously accepted it. In 2005, a quick revolution took place in Niederoestereich led by the Army, workers and middle class. A new Imperial system was imposed with ideals taken from fascist and communist principles. Henceforth it exists now as the "National Comrades of Niederoestereich".

  • Head of State: Premier White
  • Minister for Transport and Regional Services: Hon. H. Murray
  • Treasurer: Hon. C. Anderson
  • Minister for Trade: Hon A. Blackburn
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. J. Partridge
  • Minister for Defence: Hon. H. Throssell
  • Minister for Finance and Administration: Hon. J. Maxwell
  • Minister for Health and Ageing: Hon. R. Simpson
  • Attorney-General: Hon. R. Keliher
  • Minister for the Environment and Heritage: Hon. C. Jeffries
  • Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts: Hon. A. Hall
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry: Hon. J. Woods
  • Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs: Hon. J. Dywer
  • Minister for Education, Science and Training: Hon. W. Dunstan
  • Minister for Family and Community Services: Hon. C. Pope
  • Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources: Hon. A. Gurney
  • Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations: Hon. R. Grieve
  • General of Combined Forces: General J. Hennessy
  • Head of Niederoestereichian Secret Intelligence Organisation(NSIO): Major. D. Zhukov


Command Structure: The command structure of the NDF is quite simple, Head of State is supreme, making the decisions to were the forces are deployed, whilst the General of the Combined Forces, is promoted from one of the three leaders of each repective defence branch. At current General Hennessary from the Niederoestereichian Army is head. Most of the military budget is directed towards the army, then navy, airforce and finally space projects. As of a few months ago, Niederoestereich launched it first space vehicle.

Niederoestereichian Defence Force

General Information The Niederoestereichian defence force focuses most of the spending into the Army. Although the Niederoestereichian military may not contain the latest and greatest technology, the training programmes and officer training greatly enhance available resources. Pure; basic soldiering is taught without having to rely on technology. In war zones, all ranks attend briefings, including cooks, as so if the officers are taken out, the force can carry on sufficiently

Combat Weapon Roles



:pic: Standard Army Dress

Border Control comes under the Army

  • ~ 3 000000 Full Time enlisted
  • ~ 900 000 Infantry Soldiers
  • ~ 10 000 Aircraft
  • ~ 40 000 Armoured Vehicles
  • ~ 80 000 Artillery Pieces

Royal Niederoestereichian Armoured Corps

  • Leopard Tank
  • Niederoestereichian Light Armoured vehicle (NSLAV)

Royal Niederoestereichian Artillery

  • M198 155mm Howitzer
  • 105mm Field Artillery Gun L119

Royal Niederoestereichian Engineers

Royal Niederoestereichian Corps of Signals

Royal Niederoestereichian Infantry Corps (Including Commando forces)

  • 5.56mm F88 NAsteyr rifle
  • .22 Calibre F88 NAsteyr training rifle
  • 5.56mm Minimi light support weapon
  • .50 calibre QCB Browning machine gun
  • .50cal anti-materiel rifle AW50F

Niederoestereichian Army Aviation

  • Black Hawk S70A-9
  • CH-47D Chinook
  • UH 1H Iroquois
  • Caribou


  • ~ 500,000 Full Time servicemen
  • 330 Aircraft
  • 12 Battleships
  • 64 Frigates
  • 62 Guided Missile Frigates
  • 400 Patrol Boats
  • 2 Hospital Ships
  • 40 Attack Submarines
  • 34 Ballistic Missile Submarines


  • 12 Kuringai Class


  • 64 ANZAC Class

Guided Missile Frigate

  • 62 Adelaide Class

Patrol Boats

  • 400 Armidale Class

Hospital Ship

  • 2 RNS Wyhalla


  • 40 Collins Class attack sub
  • 34 941 Typhoon


  • 120 Seaking
  • 60 Sea Hawk
  • 120 Seasprite
  • 30 Squirrel


  • ~500,000 Full Time

NSASR offering special forces abilities. Can only be recruited from the Airforce Structure

  • Flight: 2 planes.
  • Wing: Four Flights (8 planes)
  • Squadron: Three Wings (24 planes)
  • 24- Interceptor Squadrons
  • 24- Bomber Squadrons
  • 48- Multi role Squadrons
  • 30- Various Squadrons

Interceptor Aircraft

  • MiG 35
  • F/A 18 Hornet C

Bomber Aircraft

  • Tu160

Close Support

  • Su25
  • F 111C

Multi-Role Aircraft Various Aircraft

  • Boeing 737 Wedgetail


  • C-130
  • An-225
  • Chinook
  • Mi 12
  • Mystere Falcon


  • Eurocopter Tiger II
  • P3C Orion


  • Boeing 707


  • ~ 10 million

(CMF- Citizens Militia Forces, may not be deployed outside Niederoestereichian Territory)

  • Army Reserves
  • Naval Cadets
  • Niederoestereichian Air League

Military History

In the early 20th century, Niederoestereich was involved in the first Civil Tamurin War, fighting for Imperialism against the Republican rebels. The Army pushed deep into Tamurin, capturing Ormath and coming close to capturing Avid. But the Imperial system collapsed, the Northern Army Group was surrounded and was captured in Ormath, while the Southern Army Group near Avid was forced into a tactical withdraw. Niederoestereichian casualties were high. In 1924, The Niederoestereichian Air-Force was established as a need was seen to maximise defence efforts In 2004, The Niederoestereich Military was briefly involved in the second Civil Tamurin War, landing in a somewhat unoccupied zone, but the war was over before any real effect had taken place.

Niederoestereich Values

  • Niederoestereichians's are passionate about sports, and it forms a major part of the country's culture. Cricket being the sport most played
  • Niederoestereichians historically have viewed themselves as an egalitarian society, with a distrust of the rich and powerful, this belief continues in the form of the tall poppy syndrome
  • The Niederoestereichian culture has historically been a masculine one, forged on the hardship of early settlers, and later on the heroism of the Niederoestereichian soldiers in past conflicts. "Mateship", or loyal fraternity, has reigned supreme. This also explains why the more aggressive forms of sport enjoyed by all.
  • Niederoestereichians have traditionally had a very strong "underdog" attitude, that is they will support those who appear to have the lesser hand, so long as Niederoestereich is not involved. This is evident in Niederoestereichs involvement in the Second Tamurin War, supporting the cause of the Imperials
  • Niederoestereichians, are relaxed, tolerant, easy-going and yet cling dearly to the fundamental importance of common-sense justice, or to use the classic expression, a "fair go". It is the land of the long weekend: a country that declares a universal holiday for a horse race, that pioneered the eight-hour working day, that takes pride in never working too hard and yet idolises the "little battler" who sweats away for a small reward. Niederoestereichianss respect "hard yakka"; to be "flat out like a lizard drinking" is to be extremely busy, or sometimes the exact opposite. Niederoestereichians, make great sportsmen and superb soldiers
  • The language combines a mocking disrespect for established authority, particularly if it is pompous or out of touch with reality, with a distinctive upside-down sense of humour. For instance, Niederoestereichians take delight in dubbing a tall man "Shorty", a silent one "Rowdy" a bald man "Curly", and a redhead, of course, is "Blue". Politicians, or "pollies", be they at state or federal level, are universally disliked and distrusted.

Pictures From Niederoestereich


:pic: Wirraway, Major Trading Port and Shipyards

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National Wonder(s)


:pic: Hall of Sacrifice


:pic: Hall of Reflections

Name: Niederoestereichian Memorial of War

Place Constructed: The Capital city of Ranke, in 1952. Built out of sandstone and other sculpted rock.

Existed: To stand as a monument to all those who have departed from Niederoestereichian homelands, but fell gloriously in battle

Description and History: Situated towards the southern end of Centerpoint Park and centred upon the main avenue, the Memorial stands one hundred feet high and, on its main approach, is the Lake of Reflections, bordered by poplar trees in memory of the battle areas of distant nations.

The central motif of the design is The Sacrifice. It comprises a bronze group of sculptures depicting the recumbent figure of a young warrior who has made the supreme sacrifice; his naked body lies upon a shield which is supported by three womenfolk -- his best-loved Mother, Wife and Sister and in the arms of one is a child, the future generations for whom the sacrifice has been made.

It illustrates the sacrifice engendered by war, self-sacrifice for duty and the beautiful quality of womanhood which, in the war years, with quiet courage and noble resignation, bore its burdens, the loss of sons, husbands and lovers.

The group rises pyre-like from symbolic flames of sacrifice, which radiate from its base. Placed centrally in the Hall of Silence, it is below the eye level of all visitors to the Hall of Memory, so that all who gaze upon the group from this place of memories must bow their heads in acknowledgement of those whom it symbolises

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