The Russian Federation

Русский Федерация

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За родину

"For the motherland"


Государственный гимн Российской Федерации

"State Anthem of the Russian Federation"

Russian federation map
and largest city





Orthodoxy, Lutherianism




Federal Semi-presidential constitutional republic


General Secretary

Mikhail Sergeevich Kedrov


Head of State

Nikolai Kalinin


Head of Government

Ivan Silayev


Federal Assembly


Upper house

Federation Council


Lower house

State Duma





Treaty of Creation

Democratic Reforms









6.592 million mi2
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Russian Ruble (руб) (SUR)

Date format


Drives on the


Internet TLD

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The Russian FederationEdit

The Russian Federation is a transcontinental state made up of dozens of oblasts.


In 1917, Vladimir Lenin, Josef Stalin and other associates returned to Russia with support from the German Empire. This support was intended to knock Russia out of the war on Germany using a revolution. Lenin and many millions of lower-class plebians revolted against the Czarist government, starting the October Revolution. It succeeded in 1918 and the Bolshevik party signed the treaty of formation in 1922, creating the Soviet Union. Vladimir Lenin dies of a stroke in 1924 and Josef Stalin takes power as the Premier in 1925. Under his rule, 3 million people will die of starvation, interrogation by torture and critic extirpation. Mongolia is annexed under Stalin in 1927.

In 1928, Josef Stalin was poisoned by cyanide from a plotting servant. Democratic elections were held for a new premier, which results in Mikhail Sergeevich Kedrov taking premiership from the Democratic Party. His liberal, democratic reforms break down the Communistic system already in place in the Soviet Union. The country is declared the Russian Federation, or just Russia in 1929. In 1931, all other states included in the former Soviet Union declare sovereignty. This list includes Belarus, Moldavia, Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Armenia. Mongolia is given independence from Russia in 1935. As part of ceding all outside territories, the Krekov Deal permitted that Russia could station as many soldiers in former Soviet states as they please.


The government is a federal semi-presidential constitutional republic. Bills proposed must be passed by the State Duma and Federation Council, and can be vetoed by the general secretary, but can pass if they go through the Federal Assembly again.

The government is constitutional, limiting the general secretary's, head of state's and head of government's power. Most all acts must be passed by the majority of the entire government and legislature before going into motion.


There are over 5 million soldiers in the army, over 5,000 pilots in the airforce and over 1,600 vessels in the navy.

Katyusha battery

A battery of Katyusha multiple rocket launchers.

Military ConflictsEdit

Russian invasion of Estonia : Successful, annexation of Estonia

Russian invasion of Latvia : Successful, annexation of Latvia

Russian invasion of Lithuania : Successful, annexation of Lithuania

Russian invasion of Romania : Ceasefire, Romania split on 46th parallel

Swedish-Russo war in Baltic sea : Peace treaty, land cession of Karelia-Kola and Estonia-Ingria

Russian invasion of Yugoslavia : Successful, annexation of Yugoslavia

Russian invasion of Georgia : Peace treaty, split occupation between Russia and Persia

2nd Russo-Swedish War : Ceasefire, Sweden promises to end all hostilities towards Russia

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