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Si Deus Nobiscum quis contra nos (If God is with us, then who is against us)

The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, or The Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania is a dualistic state of Poland and Lithuania ruled by a common monarch. It is located to the west of Russia, to the east of Prussia, and to the north of Austria.

Social InformationEdit

Name Info
Population 159,203,000
Ethnic Group Ethnic Diversity
State Religion Roman Catholic
Languages Polish Latin, French, Ruthenian, Lithuanian, German, Hebrew, Yiddish, Mandarin, Manchu, Mongolian, Tibetan, Turki

Political InformationEdit



Long Name

The Most Serene Republic of Poland

Short Name


Goverment Type

Elective Monarchy



King and Grand Duke

August III


The Polish-Lithuanian MilitaryEdit

The Polish-Lithuanian military is small compared to those of more developed nations, but is determined to protect the Crown and its territories. Poland-Lithuania does not currently have a naval force, the last fleet being destroyed by Denmark, without a declaration of war, the ships that survived were later sold.


The Commonwealth currently holds a number of territories in Europe. The most prominent of these are the Crown and Lithuania.

Territories Controlled by the CommonwealthEdit

  • Greater Poland
  • Lesser Poland
  • Masovia
  • Samogita
  • Pomerelia
  • Ruthenia
  • Livonia
  • Crown of the Polish Kingdom
  • Lithuania
  • Courland
  • Galicia
  • Gozo
  • Comino
  • Podolia
  • Royal Prussia
  • White Russia
  • Belorussia
  • East Prussia
  • West Prussia
  • Pomerania
  • Silesia

Diplomatic RelationsEdit

Nation Leader(s) Standings Relation
The Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland

King George Augustus II

Prime Minister Johnathan Blacktimbers

The Kingdom of Spain King Frederick I
The Kingdom of France

King Matthew I

The Russian Empire


The Archduchy of Austria Archduchess Hannah I
The Netherlands

King Samuel I

The Kingdom of Switzerland

King David I

Prime Minister Nate Huntington

The Kingdom of Portugal Queen Catalina I
The Empire of Norway Emperor Kwagar I
The Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia King Charles Emmanuel III
The Sultanate of Arabia Sultan Khalaf I


The Sejm acts as the parliament for the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.