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The Four Japans in A Toasted World.

Blue-Gray - The Republic of (Northern) Japan (formerly the People's Republic of Japan), also known as the Autonomous Reserve of Sinnoh. A grim post-communist place in which the neoliberal conservative Japan United Party serves as a hegemonic beast against the rising tides of communism [now finally gone revolutionary] and nationalism. The communists have of course, declared the restoration of the old People's Republic, which has led to the Japan Communist Party being purged thoroughly and their MPs that haven't joined the revolution are seen as JUP stooges.

The Japan Resurgence Party has started to make more sounds about reunification, which has disturbed the Executive Director of North Japan considerably. Is the Republic's days numbered as it is torn between the far-left and far-right?

Yellow - The Empire of (East) Japan, referred to in the CoN as either "the Autonomous Reserve of Kanto" or "the Yamato Empire" [depending on the inclinations of the government at the time], is a very metropolitan-dominated place, with the National Capital Region of Tokyo [outlined in red] dominating the place. And unsurprisingly, the place is very urban in its politics. But the strength of the Japan Socialists come not from this, but from their being the founding party of the restored Empire. As the British rule over Japan fractured, the JSP split between those that joined the communists to found the People's Republic in the north, those that decided to work with the desperate British to establish a dominion government in the south, and those that went a third way - ally with the monarchists to establish a native Japanese country, free of foreign interference.

The militarists split a decade later, taking the west half with them, but that only entrenched the Socialist dominance. Even now, the opposition is the centre-right Liberal Democrats, seen as a slightly-nationalist yet firmly liberal party, showing how left-leaning the Overton Window is in East Japan.

Dark-Green - The State of (Central) Japan, also known as the Chubu Region [by the CoN] or the Neo-Shogunate [by Westerners] is a somewhat pariah state that runs on hyper-nationalism, hardline militarism and high religious conservatism. It also has a long-running conspiracy theory that the Imperial Family is all puppets of the Japan Socialist Party and so needs to be "freed". Since the third Japanese Civil War [between the Shogunate and Empire] this has been dropped from official propaganda, but is still a widely held belief by people in this regime.

Orange - The Dominion of (Southern) Japan, also known as the Dominion of Okinawa [by the CoN] or the Autonomous Reserves of Johto, Hoenn and the Orange Islands [by Pokelogists], is a dominion of the Kingdom of Britain. The native Japanese culture has been influenced the most by Britain of any of the Japanese countries, up to the point where the others see it as a "foreign" country.

It is known to have several foreign bases on its soil, leading to many Japanese nationalists calling it a settler state or a country full of traitors to the nation. It is also noted as the only Japanese country to officially use romaji as its primary way of writing Japanese, which only adds to nationalist dislike.
 
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The Four Japans in A Toasted World.

Blue-Gray - The Republic of (Northern) Japan (formerly the People's Republic of Japan), also known as the Autonomous Reserve of Sinnoh. A grim post-communist place in which the neoliberal conservative Japan United Party serves as a hegemonic beast against the rising tides of communism [now finally gone revolutionary] and nationalism. The communists have of course, declared the restoration of the old People's Republic, which has led to the Japan Communist Party being purged thoroughly and their MPs that haven't joined the revolution are seen as JUP stooges.

The Japan Resurgence Party has started to make more sounds about reunification, which has disturbed the Executive Director of North Japan considerably. Is the Republic's days numbered as it is torn between the far-left and far-right?

Yellow - The Empire of (East) Japan, referred to in the CoN as either "the Autonomous Reserve of Kanto" or "the Yamato Empire" [depending on the inclinations of the government at the time], is a very metropolitan-dominated place, with the National Capital Region of Tokyo [outlined in red] dominating the place. And unsurprisingly, the place is very urban in its politics. But the strength of the Japan Socialists come not from this, but from their being the founding party of the restored Empire. As the British rule over Japan fractured, the JSP split between those that joined the communists to found the People's Republic in the north, those that decided to work with the desperate British to establish a dominion government in the south, and those that went a third way - ally with the monarchists to establish a native Japanese country, free of foreign interference.

The militarists split a decade later, taking the west half with them, but that only entrenched the Socialist dominance. Even now, the opposition is the centre-right Liberal Democrats, seen as a slightly-nationalist yet firmly liberal party, showing how left-leaning the Overton Window is in East Japan.

Dark-Green - The State of (Central) Japan, also known as the Chubu Region [by the CoN] or the Neo-Shogunate [by Westerners] is a somewhat pariah state that runs on hyper-nationalism, hardline militarism and high religious conservatism. It also has a long-running conspiracy theory that the Imperial Family is all puppets of the Japan Socialist Party and so needs to be "freed". Since the third Japanese Civil War [between the Shogunate and Empire] this has been dropped from official propaganda, but is still a widely held belief by people in this regime.

Orange - The Dominion of (Southern) Japan, also known as the Dominion of Okinawa [by the CoN] or the Autonomous Reserves of Johto, Hoenn and the Orange Islands [by Pokelogists], is a dominion of the Kingdom of Britain. The native Japanese culture has been influenced the most by Britain of any of the Japanese countries, up to the point where the others see it as a "foreign" country.

It is known to have several foreign bases on its soil, leading to many Japanese nationalists calling it a settler state or a country full of traitors to the nation. It is also noted as the only Japanese country to officially use romaji as its primary way of writing Japanese, which only adds to nationalist dislike.
Catching 'em all, ey?
 

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The Association of Imperial States, also known as the Bartanvi Raj. An association of monarchies and allied states on one hand, and a federation called the Union of East India on the other [but widely known as the Union of Britain-in-India]. At the core of this sprawling realm is the Calcutta Dominion, the only part of Britain-in-India that isn't a separate autonomous pradesh, and that's because it's a weird culturally fused land.

The Bartanvi Raj is a land of contrasts. Not just geographical [the cold dry Gobi Desert in the north, the damp wet Ganges delta in the south...], but one of national identity. Not only the identities of the monarchies survive, but in Britain-in-India, the land is split between those that identify first as Indians and believe that the government should orient itself towards unification with the other Indian states, and those that identify first as Bartanvi and believe that Indian unification would be the worst thing ever to happen to their land.

And of course, there's the contrast between the Raj's strong stratified political system and the fact it has a Communist government. Although the Communist Party of East India is hardly communist any longer, they've even dropped the explicit republicanism back in the late 1990s and publicly back the Nepalese monarchy against the Nepali far-left uprising. They're more an "Old Left" labour party those days, but they still persist with the symbolism.

Even as the Mukut Parishad congregate and discuss matters of the aristocracy, and the Communist Party tries to wrangle the Janata Parishad together for more welfare bills, the Raj continues to shamble forwards, ever unstable but never quite receiving the death's blow. However the people can at least look elsewhere in the world and quietly tell themselves - "At least we're not like them."
 
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2036 elections to the Janata Parishad

Tibet (7 seats)
Party of National Democracy: 3 seats
[affiliated with National Party]
Eastern League: 2 seats
Snow-Rose Party: 2 seats

Nepal (25 seats)
Communist Party of Nepal: 15 seats
Nepali Democratic Congress: 7 seats
Unified People's Front: 2 seats [affiliated with National Party]
Indian People's Party: 1 seat

Seema Pradesh (11 seats)
Indian People's Party: 6 seats
People's Congress (Secular): 3 seats
Muslim Congress: 1 seat
Independent: 1 seat

Himachal Pradesh (6 seats)
Indian People's Party: 4 seats

Communist Party of East India: 2 seats

Uttarakhand (9 seats)
Indian People's Party: 5 seats
Communist Party of East India: 3 seat
Independent: 1 seat

Uttar Pradesh (207 seats)
Indian People's Party: 98 seats
Communist Party of East India: 54 seats

People's Congress (Secular): 21 seats
National Party: 13 seats
Bahujan Samaj Party: 10 seats
Bartanvi Common Party - Greens: 5 seats
Communist Party of East India (Marxist): 4 seats

Socialist Party of East India: 2 seats

Jharkhand (29 seats)
Indian People's Party: 14 seats
National Party: 11 seats
Communist Party of East India: 3 seats
People's Congress (Jharkhand): 1 seat


Bihar (93 seats)
People's Congress (Secular): 51 seats

National Party: 23 seats
Communist Party of East India: 19 seats

West Bengal (64 seats)
Communist Party of East India: 54 seats
Trinamool Movement: 10 seats

Gorkhaland (1 seat)
National Party: 1 seat

Sikkim (1 seat)
Sikkim Workers' Liberation Front: 1 seat
[affiliated with Communist Party of East India]

Kamtapur (6 seats)
Kamtapur Communist Party: 5 seats
[affiliated with Communist Party of East India]
National Party: 1 seat

Bodoland (4 seats)
National Party: 3 seats
Communist Party of East India: 1 seat

Meghalaya (2 seats)
Socialist Party of East India: 2 seats

Bhutan (1 seat)
Bhutanese Social Democratic Party: 1 seat

Bengal (109 seats)
Communist Party of East India: 73 seats
National Party: 23 seats
People's Congress (Secular): 8 seats
Bartanvi Common Party - Greens: 3 seats

Bengali National People's Party: 2 seats

Calcutta Dominion (165 seats)
Communist Party of East India: 78 seats
National Party: 53 seats
Bartanvi Common Party - Greens: 20 seats
People's Congress (Secular): 9 seats

Socialist Party of East India: 4 seats

Arunachal Pradesh (1 seat)
National Party: 1 seat

Assam (13 seats)
National Party: 9 seats
Communist Party of East India: 4 seats

Tripura (3 seats)
Communist Party of East India: 2 seats
National Party: 1 seat

Mizoram (1 seat)
Alliance for the Mizo Nation: 1 seat

Nagaland (2 seats)
Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party: 2 seats

Manipur (2 seats)
Manipur Communist Party: 2 seats
[affiliated with Communist Party of East India]

Burma - United Shan States (5 seats)
Shan National League: 4 seats
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 1 seats

Burma - Rohingya Division (2 seats)
Party of the Rohingya People: 2 seats

Burma - Kachin Division (1 seat)
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 1 seat

Burma - Chin Division (1 seat)
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 1 seat

Burma - Arakan Division (2 seats)
Arakan National Party: 2 seats

Burma - Mon Division (1 seat)
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 1 seat

Burma - Karen Division (1 seat)
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 1 seat

Burma - Kokang Division (1 seat)
United in National Solidarity: 1 seat

Burma - Wa Division (1 seat)
United in National Solidarity: 1 seat

Burma - Lesser Burma (42 seats)
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 31 seats
United in National Solidarity: 7 seats

Socialist Party of Burma: 4 seats

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Total Janata Parishad
819 seats
410 needed for a majority

Communist Party of East India: 293 seats
Indian People's Party: 141 seats
National Party: 139 seats
People's Congress (Secular): 92 seats
Burma Democratic Labour Party: 36 seats
Bartanvi Common Party - Greens: 28 seats
Communist Party of Nepal: 15 seats
Bahujan Samaj Party: 10 seats
Trinamool Movement: 10 seats
United in National Solidarity: 9 seats
Socialist Party of East India: 8 seats
Nepali Democratic Congress: 7 seats
Kamtapur Communist Party: 5 seats
Communist Party of East India (Marxist): 4 seats
Shan National League: 4 seats
Socialist Party of Burma: 4 seats
Party of National Democracy: 3 seats
Arakan National Party: 2 seats
Bengali National People's Party: 2 seats
Eastern League: 2 seats
Manipur Communist Party: 2 seats
Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party: 2 seats
Party of the Rohingya People: 2 seats
Snow-Rose Party: 2 seats
Unified People's Front: 2 seats
Alliance for the Mizo Nation: 1 seat
Bhutanese Social Democratic Party: 1 seat
Muslim Congress: 1 seat
People's Congress (Jharkhand): 1 seat
Sikkim Workers' Liberation Front: 1 seat
Independent: 2 seats

Resulting Government: Communist Party of East India + People's Congress (Secular) + Burma Democratic Labour Party
Speaker Chosen From: People's Congress (Secular)
 
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Donald, Melania and the First Family, but not as you expected them.

At the age of 15, Donald had a dream, to be an actor. Fred did not approve. But Donald's stubborn nature led him to be disinherited by a vengeful father and thrown out on the streets. With only a million dollars on his name, and no way to replenish it, it quickly shrank as he ineffectively tried to enter the acting stage and keep himself fed. And he still had the belief that he would be welcomed back in if he succeeded. But Fred turned all his attention to Junior.

By the time Donald arrived to California, the money was basically gone and the man himself was a wreck, much more broken than ever and engulfed in his ambition for what was once a mere fluttering dream. And he would eventually get success, ending up typecast as rich men and wealthy businessmen.

Some in his acting days thought Trump was a confirmed bachelor, but he was merely too broken to pursue love. But he had good friends, especially Robert Redford who proved an adept mentor figure for the lost Trump.

Trump would be strongly associated with the movies of the 1980s and 1990s, with his most prominent role being the main character in the 1993 movie The Wall Street Boys, a hard biting satire (a diversion from his typical light comedy) about the life of the New York Wall Street billionaires. Meanwhile, he got into flings, including one with a Czechoslovak model that didn't quite work out. He got into a steady relationship with a fellow actress by the name of Marla Maples in 1993, but they broke up in 1995.

With Fred's death in 1999, Donald got nothing. He drank his feelings in sorrow, and his alcoholism got worse. Redford intervened and pushed him to rehab, imploring him to turn his life around - "Goddamn it, Don, you're a way better man than your bastard of a father."

Exiting rehab in 2000, Trump would still struggle with relapses, but he would replace it in his life with a new passion, namely charity and politics. With Redford elected Senator in 2002, Trump would be a strong supporter.

Melania Knauss knew Donald Trump, the two met at a glitzy New York retirement party for a friend of Trump. She was known as a model of somewhat disreputable note at the time, and only got in because of a man taking her along as his plus one. Donald and Melania got close in 1999 just before he fell off the wagon, and a Trump that left rehab with a new look on his life, and a determination to embrace what it was, finally asked her on a date.

And in 2005, Trump proposed to her. They were always an odd pair, but perhaps well suited for each other. The aging actor turning politician with a family who cast him out, and a young Eastern European immigrant model with a dodgy history.

Bolstered by his new marriage, Trump announced his campaign for the Governorship of California. As a Democrat, of course, what else? It was a close run thing against Tom McClintock, but ultimately he won.

The burgeoning First Family of California would welcome twin children in 2007, a boy named William and a girl named Ariana. Known as Will and Arie, they would be their father's strongest supporters.

As Governor, Trump proved to cut a stable figure, despite his unconventional past. He was liberal, but quietly so. His years was starting to catch up with him, but his reelection campaign was as strongly ran as his first one.

And as Mitt Romney defeated President Hillary Clinton, Trump would be a regular critic of the new President's increasingly hard-line take on immigration, arguing that immigrants help American society.

Stepping down in 2015, handing over to new Governor Gavin Newsom, Trump would consider what to do next. There was a big call for him to run for the Presidency, as the choices as is were rather uninspiring.

After a talk with Melania, Will and Arie, he announced his campaign on June 16, 2015 at his Hollywood house. He promised "the America we all deserve" and hammered his post to the wall as the clear liberal choice against men such as Joe Biden or Andrew Cuomo.

One thing led to another, and his victory over a demoralised Republican Party and their unpopular President was clear by November.

Putting his hand on the book and his other one in the air, the silver haired former actor, now politician, takes on the biggest role of his life.

Take that, Dad.
A Different Trump Family
George W. Bush (Republican-Texas) 2001-2009

2000: def. Al Gore (Democratic-Tennessee)
2004: def. John Kerry (Democratic-Massachusetts)
Hillary Clinton (Democratic-Illinois) 2009-2013
2008: def. John McCain (Republican-Virginia)
Mitt Romney (Republican-Michigan) 2013-2017
2012: def. Hillary Clinton (Democratic-Illinois)
Donald Trump (Democratic-California) 2017-present
2016: def. Mitt Romney (Republican-Michigan)
 

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The Unbearable Lightness of Catren Molineir [a snippet from a particular part of A Toasted World].

"Honestly, my daughter? You're pitiful. You're too human, too corrupted by their culture. Most changelings come back by the time they're eight, having destroyed their human family. I thought you could handle longer, but I obviously was mistaken. You're an embarrassment to all of faekind. But that means you have a lot to prove. As disappointing as you are, you still have the blood of the Seelie and Unseelie courts in you. You still have potential. Show me that potential, and perhaps you can return to a proper welcome fit for a conqueror. Prove me wrong, show me you're as Fae as they come."
- Fae Lady Aubilia Cletuplia, mother of Ausix Cletuplia, a changeling sent to the human world.

"I won't lie, I would prefer my human daughter back. But I wouldn't exchange you for her, not now and not ever. I like to think you make her name credit. You are very much my daughter, and your every success makes me smile. I love you, my sweet daughter, and I hope you never forget that. Whatever you do with your life, I will be there supporting you every step of the way. You are a Molineir in your soul, in your heart and in your deeds. That is all I want you to be."
- Ms. Elen Molineir, mother of Catren Molineir, a young woman with massive doubts about her nature.

The Tosaig of Britain is a changeling. Her Fae blood drags her towards the amoral and distant cruel manipulation of the Fair Folk, yet her upbringing drags her to humanity and their never-ceasing compassion and passion. She likes to think her political career is showing her Fae mother that she is a great manipulator of the dumb humans, and that she has essentially bound the country to her will. But is that the truth, or just the lie she tells herself?

An alternative perspective, from her human mother, is that she wishes to help people, defying her cold and cruel instincts in favour of embracing her family and country, and trying her utmost to do good, despite everything working against this. The people love her, because she's fundamentally someone who is likeable, even human. Catren Molineir/Ausix Cletuplia, she walks an uncertain path. And her ultimate loyalty is unknown, even to herself.

"The most annoying thing is that I can't feel the emotions the humans do. Humans love, cry, laugh, get angry, all that. I don't. All I feel is a coolness. That's normal for a Fae, obviously, we can't do proper courtly politics and manipulate humans with annoying emotions. But I have this strange wish to feel those emotions. And I like to think that I have perfected pretending those emotions, to the point where it's second nature to react appropriately. Once or twice, I think I actually feel something. But then I realise it's just the spark of the moment. Ah well."
- The Most Honourable Catren Molineir, speaking to a psychiatrist circa 15 years before becoming a national politician.

Is Catren Molineir a good person despite it all? Is she a fearsome Fae to be feared and loathed, the ultimate deceiver and part of forces beyond humans' understanding, or is she the most human of all of us through her struggle to embrace a nature foreign to her? She has the cruel instincts of the unknowable Fair Folk yet persists with the kind morality of the best of humanity. But is it all a game, just make-pretend to deceive us all? We can't know.

"Are you a conqueror or are you a liberator? Are you here to put us in chains, or are you here to free us from our burdens? Are your promises writ on water? Can we trust you with the power we have foolishly given you? Can I? I seriously doubt it. You'll have to work harder than others to earn my trust. But I can guarantee you this, in the case that you earn it, it will be not as easily lost as others have."
- Ill Terruin Costenhin XIV of Britain, in his first meeting with his Tosaig.
 

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Semi-Salic Primogeniture from William I? [not much of a difference, at first]
William I (Normandy) 1066-1087
Robert I (Normandy) 1087-1134
Henry I (Normandy) 1134-1135

Matilda (Normandy) 1135-1167 - in the absence of any viable heirs male, Matilda was allowed to inherit -
Henry II (Plantagenet) 1167-1189
Richard I (Plantagenet) 1189-1199
Arthur I (Plantagenet) 1199-1203
John (Plantagenet) 1203-1216
Henry III (Plantagenet) 1216-1272
Edward I (Plantagenet) 1272-1307
Edward II (Plantagenet) 1307-1327
Edward III (Plantagenet) 1327-1377
Richard II (Plantagenet) 1377-1400
Henry IV (Plantagenet) 1400-1413
Henry V (Plantagenet) 1413-1422

Henry VI (Plantagenet) 1422-1471
Charles I (Somerset) 1471-1526

Henry VII (Somerset) 1526-1549
William II (Somerset) 1549-1589
Edward IV (Somerset) 1589-1628
Henry VIII (Somerset) 1628-1646
Edward V (Somerset) 1646-1667
Henry IX (Somerset) 1667-1700
Henry X (Somerset) 1700-1714
Henry XI (Somerset) 1714-1745
Charles II (Somerset) 1745-1756
Henry XII (Somerset) 1756-1803
Henry XIII (Somerset) 1803-1835
Henry XIV (Somerset) 1835-1853
Henry XV (Somerset) 1853-1899
Henry XVI (Somerset) 1899-1924
Henry XVII (Somerset) 1924-1984
David (Somerset) 1984-2017

Henry XVIII (Somerset) 2017-present
 

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Kings and Queens of England before the Revolution of 1911
Oswald "the Great" (Sussex) 770-789
Cenric "the Young King" (Sussex) 789-791
Edgar I "the Silent" (Sussex) 791-798
Edgar II "the Headless" (Sussex) 798-809

Constantine "the Hammer of the English" (Pendragon) 809-823 [as Emperor of All Britannia]
Howell "the Stammerer" (Pendragon) 823-827 [as recognised Emperor of All Britannia]
- No unified English overlord 827-853
Edmund I "the Ever-Rich" (Godric) 853-859
Edgar III "the Christian" (Godric) 859-870
Edmund II "the Cunning" (Godric) 870-877
Leofwine "the Ruthless" (Godric) 877-895
Osborn I "the Fearful" (Godric) 895-902

Swithin I "the Mad" (Kent) 902-908
Swithin II "the Eloquent" (Kent) 908-953
Edmund III "the Red" (Kent) 953-976

Alfred "the Aetheling" (Godric) 976
Harold I "the Conqueror" (Jutland) 976-990 [as Emperor of the North Sea]
Svein "the Bloodless" (Jutland) 990-1013 [as Emperor of the North Sea]
Olaf "the Bald" (Jutland) 1013-1017
Harold II "the Lame" (Jutland) 1017-1021

Edmund IV "the Able" (Wynnstan) 1021-1037 [end of Scandinavian rule over the southern region of England. Northern would become "Lagenia"]
Edwin "the Miser" (Wynnstan) 1037-1049
Swithin III "the Pious" (Wynnstan) 1049-1051
Edgar IV "the Last Saxon" (Wynnstan) 1051-1057

Harold III "the Red Eagle" (Skaneland) 1057-1083
Harold IV "the White Wolf" (Skaneland) 1083-1099
Osborn II "the Boneless" (Skaneland) 1099-1109

Louis I "the Warrior" (Capet) 1109-1137 [Osborn's death at the hands of Louis begins the "Anglo-French Fusion" period]
Louis II "the Young" (Capet) 1137-1180
Philip I "the Mighty" (Capet) 1180-1223
Louis III "the Lion" (Capet) 1223-1225
["Anglo-French Fusion" period ceases temporarily with Louis III being repelled from English shores]
Athelstan I "the Elder" (Lincoln) 1225-1235 [Athelstan's murder at a feast ends his reign. In the disunity, the French return]
Louis IV "the Saint" (Capet) 1235-1270 ["Anglo-French Fusion" period restarts with Louis IV's coronation in London in 1237]
Philip II "the Bold" (Capet) 1270-1285
Philip III "the Iron King" (Capet) 1285-1291
[briefly lost control of England]
Athelstan II "the Younger" (Lincoln) 1291-1294 [briefly controlled all of England before being slain by French forces]
Philip III "the Iron King" (Capet) 1294-1314
Louis V "the Stubborn" (Capet) 1314-1316
John I "the Posthumous" (Capet) 1316
[while France came under the claim of Philip the Tall after John's death, the English rejected it]
Jeanne I "the Lady of Navarre" (Capet) 1316-1349 [the first Queen of England, and the first of a line of monarchs with a claim on France]
Charles I "the Lousy" (Evreux) 1349-1365 [started the Hundred Years War with France, briefly allied with Britain, but ended up murdered while sleeping]
Charles II "the Noble" (Evreux) 1365-1425 [first king of England to consider himself "English" since Edgar IV, remembered for fighting France]
Edmund V "the Brave" (Evreux) 1425-1431
Charles III "the Dove" (Evreux) 1431-1450
[Known as a diplomat who formed the "Grand Pact" with Britain and ended centuries of hostility]
Roger "the Mute" (Evreux) 1450-1453
Evelyn I "the Glorious" (Evreux) 1453-1511
[remembered as one of the greatest English monarchs, the "Eveline Age" and all]
Dunstan I "Stone-Face" (Winchester) 1511-1548
Charles IV "the Cold-Hearted" (Winchester) 1548-1557
Edmund VI "the Tenacious" (Winchester) 1557-1594
Charles V "the Rich" (Winchester) 1594-1607
Dunstan II "the King of Quality" (Winchester) 1607-1646
Louis VI "the Old" (Winchester) 1646-1665
Jeanne II "the Cavalier" (Winchester) 1665-1714

Edmund VII "the Good" (Arundel) 1714-1759
Dunstan III "the Summer King" (Arundel) 1759
Audrey I "the Queen of Letters" (Arundel) 1759-1802

Edmund VIII "the Gallant" (Cambridge) 1802-1867
Evelyn II "the Sickly" (Cambridge) 1867-1872
John II "the Landless" (Cambridge) 1872-1911


Pretenders to the throne of England after the Revolution of 1911
John Edmund Godric (Cambridge) 1911-1917 - John II
Alfred Edmund Edwin Dunstan (Cambridge) 1917-1943 - Edmund IX
Charles Roger John (Cambridge) 1943-1947 - Charles VI
Charles Alfred Edmund George Athelstan Louis Dunstan (Cambridge) 1947-1955 - Charles VII
John Edmund Dunstan Michael (Cambridge) 1955-1971 - Michael
Evelyn Audrey Lisette (Cambridge) 1971-2007 - Evelyn III
Dunstan Aethelwulf Swithin (Kendall) 2007-2035 - Dunstan IV
Audrey Jade Catherine Helen (Kendall) 2035-present - Audrey II
 
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Premiers of the Dominion of Southern America as of 2039
Evelina: Aleisandra Oran Rhufein (Democratic Socialist majority) [since 2036] - OTL NoVa region of Virginia
Kanawha: Edmund "Ed" Allen (Popular Liberal minority) [since 2037] - OTL West Virginia, but bigger
Roanoke: William Bishop (Popular Liberal majority) [since 2030] - OTL Tidewater region of Virginia and North Carolina
North Cavalina: Henry L. L. White (Conservative majority) [since 2033] - North Carolina w/o Tidewater but w/ southwest Virginia
South Cavalina: Audrey Williams (Conservative majority) [since 2038] - South Carolina
Arundel: Julie Cardoso (Popular Liberal-Democratic Socialist coalition) [since 2035] - Georgia
Kentaki: Tomos Bryent (Conservative majority) [since 2034] - Kentucky
Tenisi: Mallt Bel Edwardd (Popular Liberal majority) [since 2035] - Tennessee
Limamu: Jamie Evans (Conservative majority) [since 2032] - Alabama
Misizibia: Nathan Onion (Conservative majority) [since 2037] - North Mississippi
Biloxi: Amara Beauclair (Biloxi Liberals and Democrats majority) [since 2034] - South Mississippi
 
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To highlight the Indian People's Party's geographical concentration in the west and the Nationals' more broad appeal, I've done this map of places they have seats. The IPP is obviously orange and National blue. Light blue represent a National affiliate, and purple represents United in National Solidarity.
 

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Biographies of OTL people in TABE, with their OTL locations as guides.

American North
Sua Eccellenza Mario Matteo Cuomo was a Party of the Democratic Left prime minister of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, from 1979 to 1996, and was known for being a firm secularist, rejecting the old sectarian divides between Christian and Muslim in favour of what he memorably called One Kingdom of Two Sicilies. A strong advocate of left-wing principles, he blended it with a hard-nosed pragmatism that displeased many on the post-communist left yet ensured his lasting popularity. Some decry his hesitance to let go of power as that of a man who was addicted to power or deeply paranoid of even his own followers, while his defenders argue that he was the only one who could have brought around the radical wave of change that came over a traditionally conservative realm, and he knew that. His legacy remains divisive, but it still is a remarkable one.
Andrea Mario Cuomo is an ice-cream seller and son of PDL Prime Minister Mario Cuomo. He is the founder and owner of Andrea's, a popular ice-cream shop in Cairo, where he has lived since the late 1990s.
Carlo Castrenze Cuomo was a back-bench PDL member of parliament and son of PDL Prime Minister Mario Cuomo. He once ran for leadership, and lost in a clear margin, which ended his political career. Ended up going into the world of business and leaving politics for good. Was known as having a face for TV, which made him great for TV ads selling his company.
The Most Honourable Levi Ayer Gardner, born Leslie Lynch King Jr., was born in a broken family, and grew up in a lower-middle-class house with his single mother and her sister with her husband. Known as "Les", the shortened name of his abusive biological father up until he was 5, he asked his mother to give him a new name, one he could be proud of, and she chose to give him the name of her father, Levi Addison Gardner, and as a middle name her own and her mother's maiden name. Gardner would not experience steep poverty, but he would not live an easy life either. In a traditional society, the child of a divorcee, nay a single mother, was seen as fundamentally illegitimate, and this shaped his views considerably.

Looking up to figures such as Sir Aleisandr Bendith, he became more identified as a Liberal by the day. Working in the low rungs of business in New Amsterdam in the 30s was a gloomy affair, but he livened it up with more and more campaigning for Liberals, especially supporting their leader Pierre Trelawney. Joining the armed forces, he would fight in the world war against Germany and then against Russia as "Operation Unthinkable" came into effect. Returning home, he would throw himself into politics, turning it from a side-thing into an engulfing passion, he would end up elected to a seat in the 1957 election and immediately become a firm ally of new Liberal leader Pawl Pereirin. Appointed to Minister of Veterans' Affairs in the first cabinet, after Pereirin suddenly died, his successor Sergei Alekseev-Sobol turned around for allies and found it in Gardner, who became Minister of Health.

After the government lost re-election in 1973, the province of New Amsterdam called on Gardner to stand for provincial Liberal leadership and topple the unpopular Tory government of Dries Rosenveld Jr.. This Gardner agreed to, and won the election for leadership and the next year's election handily. He was known as the "Grand Man of Haarlem" for dominating New Amsterdam politics in his 9 years in the job of Premier, from 1974 to 1983.

On his 70th birthday, he announced his retirement from politics, and handed over the Premiership to a fellow Liberal. He was straight, but never married due to being what he light-heartedly called "being married to the country". He died in 2006, remembered well by most people and his legacy is overall positive.

American South
Le très honorable Jacques Mathieu "Jack" Capot, Popular Liberal Premier of Misizibia from 2003 to 2021, known for his long winning streak and for his strong opposition to the hard-right, up to supporting prosecuting members of Croix de Feu, a hardline white and French supremacist organisation that attacked African-Southrons and non-French whites alike. Remembered fondly by a majority of Misizibians for being a firm rock of stability in an uncertain era.
The Most Honourable Nimrata "Nikki" Randhawa was the first Indian-Southron Prime Minister of Southern America, serving from 2015 to 2022 for the Conservative Party. Remembered for her pro-business policies and for a more independent foreign policy from Britain [which was a break from previous Conservative prime ministers and more in line with Pop-Lib ones], she's ultimately remembered for being found in contempt of parliament in 2022 over an ethics violation investigation and losing the subsequent election to a Popular Liberal. Resigning as leader on the night, she has nevertheless managed to acquire a reputation as a grey eminence in the party since.
Le très honorable Marie-Lunette Landrieu was a Louisianan politician who served as mayor of New Orleans from 2003 to 2011 for the Democratic Reform Party and later on as Foreign Minister in the Caroline Fayette ministry, lasting from 2015 to 2018. As mayor, she is remembered mostly for supporting stronger surveillance state measures, including installing a lot of cameras [which are still referred to as lunettes in New Orleans slang] to keep eye on people, allegedly for their safety. As Foreign Minister, she was oriented around aligning Louisiana towards the Francophonie, and away from the previous minister's focus on aligning Louisiana to the wider "Southern" region. She is mostly remembered for being forced to resign as Foreign Minister because she was found guilty of using her budget to fund her re-election in her marginal seat in a close 2021 election.
Samuel Awstin Nunn Jr., widely known as Sammy Nunn or Howlin' Sam, was a famous country-rock musician hailing from Arundel, in the Dominion of Southern America. Known for his "zest and enthusiasm" in his performances, he is mostly associated with the 60s and 70s in the South. Never quite popular in the Upper South or the Delta because of his steadfast refusal to sing in either British or French, he nevertheless became known as a strong counter-cultural voice against nuclear weapons, advocating disarmament. Briefly leader of the Green Party due to a PR stint in the 90s, he quietly resigned a month later, but made light of it in his last record "Sammy in Parliament".
Ill illystr Iosep Keswallon "Jo" Cynise was a Popular Liberal MP elected from South Cavalina, but originally hailing from Kentaki. Cynise was known as a vocal critic of Prime Minister Randhawa and once controversially used an air horn to "blast lies and deceit from the air" during a debate over the ethnics investigation, for which he was censured and later removed from the Parliament building after he refused to stop. He was re-elected to his seat in a landslide, and later on became Minister of Justice in a Popular Liberal government. Once stood for leadership in the late 2020s, but lost it. Some still call for "The Horn" [as he is often referred as, much to his private dismay] to stand again next time the PLP has a leadership election. But will the party choose him over younger and less "colourful" choices?

United Kingdom
The Right Honourable Theresa Mary May was the last Foreign Secretary in the ministry of Winton Moultrie, serving from 2016 to 2018. She was deputy leader of the Midwist League from earlier in 2016 to when she was then elected leader of Midwist in a September 2018 election after Moultrie led them to defeat in a general election. She is remembered mostly for her firmly religious demeanour, but also for her more hostile relationship with both immigrants and the Crown Party compared to Moultrie. After Midwist fell back more in 2022 and the President won a majority for his United Folkthrum party, May resigned as leader, and was succeeded by Lizette Parker, who was widely seen as a "younger, more personable version".
The Most Honourable Gwilim Pedid “the Younger” was Tosaig of Britain from 1776 to 1793 and from 1797 to his assassination in 1811. Always considering himself an “Independent Reformist”, history has marked him out as one of the early Conservatives despite his disassociation with the old Loyalist camp. Always considered one of the “Bright Young Things” in the Senate, he entered it via a writ of acceleration applying to his father’s hereditary seat of Cathwell in 1774. Even for a hereditary Senator, he was considered young (14!) and many made fun of the “school-boy Senator”. Making distinction via his eloquent speeches attacking the King’s favourite who was by then enjoying government, he ended up getting the post of Tosaig at the age of 16 by an increasingly irked King who decided to give him the position to test the “over-confident brat”.

Defying those that marked him down for inevitable defeat, he showed everyone why he was a “Bright Young Thing”, for he was intelligent beyond his age. Forming a cabinet considered young for its time [the so-called “Juvenile Ministry”], his command over it was clear, and by 1777, it was clear that Pedid was comfortable as Tosaig, so comfortable that even the King begrudgingly let him stay. He oversaw colonial reform, the expansion of the “Indian seats” from two to four, and even in 1786 did the memorable act of voting to abolish his own seat in the first Grand Reform Act that consolidated the hereditary seats. His opposition amended a Pedid-supported bill to include Cathwell, sure that this would lead Pedid to sink it, but he voted for it, declaring that “unlike certain people in this Senate, I put principle above power”.

Returning to the Senate via a by-election in Castreleon University, he successfully fought off rivals’ attempts at seizing power in the months he was absent, and once he returned, his cabinet was once more cowed into obedience. The opposition seethed, but a foreign crisis would suck up Pedid’s time as Tosaig. The American colonies were more or less unsatisfied with the various European powers. While England gave its colonies limited self-government but no seats in Parliament, Britain gave them direct representation in the Senate, but very little self-government. The sentiment of many a colonist was that they deserved both self-government and representation, and so led to the Crisis of 1787 in which widespread protests, both violent and non-violent, happened. Pedid struggled to convince the very centralist King to approve of local government reforms, even if he could get the Senate to support it. In 1789, Pedid announced his resignation as Tosaig, symbolically throwing a hat on to the Senate floor to display his displeasure with the situation.

Luckily enough for Pedid, since his ascension to power his most formidable rivals either died or retired, and the French Revolution, by then a brewing crisis threatening to overflow, led the King to announce he would refuse to accept Pedid’s resignation. Some words were exchanged in private, and the King finally gave his consent to local government reform, which led to the colonies calming down. That year, a successful Pedid formed his fourth cabinet [the “Juvenile Ministry” was followed by the “Purple Ministry” so-called by its all-noble composition, and then the “Ministry of Robes”, referring to the Finance Minister being an imam, an unusual decision], the “Ministry of All the Talents”, a title that Pedid came up with as it took from all sides of the Senate. It was a crisis ministry designed to tackle the French Revolution and after-effects of the Crisis of 1787.

In 1792, France exiled its King, and Pedid called on the Senate to offer him refuge. This displeased some conservative religious figures who remembered very well the persecution of the Faransi at the hands of the French King, and even the imam Finance Minister resigned in protest. The King, always a firm religious figure, was outraged at the suggestion. While France’s revolution was of course concerning, it does not mean that the Faransi can just be forgotten. Pedid was dismissed in the early days of 1793 in favour of his now-ex Finance Minister. Pedid returned to the backbenches, saying in his traditionally dramatic tone “My time will return!”.

By 1797, the situation in France was taking a turn for the worst. The rise of Axel Faucher as the “Chairman of the Council of Committees” of the Republic of France meant that the revolution was turning hardline nationalist and rhetoric was turned upon “reclaiming Armorica”. The Tosaig was barely in control of his cabinet, let alone the country, and once “riots” by Armorican Christians happened, Faucher announced that the “liberation” of Armorica would happen. The King once again knew only one man could save Britain, and called on Pedid to return as Tosaig. This Pedid did. Entering the Senate once more as its master, he walked in with a jaunty step. Forming his fifth cabinet, the third Ministry of All the Talents [Britain would, by 2040, have over ten of those so-called “Ministries of All the Talents”], he got the Senate to declare war on France with a rousing cry, and even in an ironic twist, directly invoked the Faransi and their historic plight.

Pedid did not enter war naively, he knew Britain had extensive allies, ones he built ties with in his last time as Tosaig, and he pulled in those connections to form the First Coalition. He was familiar with the English Prime Minister John Pratt, Earl of Camden, and over an extensive supply of tea, convinced England to honour the age-old “Historic Agreement” by justifying the war as that of self-defence. The Dutch Queen was also eager to honour Pedid’s alliance that was formed in 1791, as was the King in Prussia and the Holy Roman Emperor. The First Coalition would break apart in 1804 as the Netherlands were lost (reformed by Faucher as the Batavian Province of his “United European State”) and Prussia declared neutrality, both of which irked Pedid, but did not get him to give in. “If one Coalition will not suffice, perhaps another will”, he declared. Britain did not call upon its oldest ally for a good reason, they were having an internal crisis in 1797. By 1804, that was over.

The British and the Byzantines have a very odd alliance, the “Special Relationship”. Other allegiances may come and go, but this is the one that has persisted for millennia. In 1804, Pedid summoned the Byzantine ambassador and in another of his dramatic speeches declared “We saved Constantinople from the Turk, will you save Castreleon from the Frank?”. The Emperor, upon being told of Pedid calling on the alliance, agreed and sent troops north to bolster the Austrian troops and push France backwards. Pedid also reminded Granada and Sicily of the Faransi plight, and even in a courageous move tried to persuade the Ottomans to join the same side as the Byzantines by invoking it again. This the Sultan received with scorn, declaring that “You attack Turks constantly for the defence of Christians, and you dare call on us for aid to fellow Muslims?”.

The Russians also declared they were in, even without Pedid requesting their aid. The Second Coalition would last until 1813, and oversee final victory over Faucherism. The Dutch, once their kingdom was liberated from Faucherist rule, declared they were once more rejoining the coalition against Faucher, an unsurprising move. Prussia opportunistically jumped back in the war once France started to falter, a move Pedid described as “that of a schoolyard bully more than a nation”. By 1811, the war was clearly on the Coalition’s side as Faucher’s allies all abandoned it and humiliating defeats were handed to it repeatedly. Faucher had to commit purges to maintain his increasingly-dictatorial hold on power. However, Pedid would not live to see his final triumph.

A mentally-ill man who believed sincerely that Pedid was deeply controlled by the Shayatin and thus corrupting Britain, a belief he acquired since the 1792 clash with the religious establishment Pedid had over the Faransi and the French King, decided that 1811 was the opportune time to make his move to “save” Britain from Pedid. Pedid was in his favourite tea-shop, conversing with a long-time political partner of his and his newest Finance Minister [Pedid was known for going through those like other people go through clean shirts] when a man rushed up to him and shot him through the lung, declaring “Glory to Britain!”. Pedid coughed up blood for hours before finally passing away in a bed, his last word being “Remember!”.

Pedid is widely reckoned as one of Britain’s greatest Tosaigs, and the dominant figure of his time.

Mexico
His Excellency Andrés Manuel López Obrador was the President of the United Provinces of Central America from 2007 to 2013, elected from the Socialist Party as a left-wing turn from the mid-1990s Rosadismo. Known for delivering a good economy after leading the UPCA out of an economic crash a year in his Presidency, he is nevertheless remembered most for the Berrinchito and what led to it. Belize was always an ambition for the UPCA, and AMLO was determined to get it in. Ignoring traditional outcry from the Guatemalans who claimed Belize as part of their province, he negotiated a treaty with the British that contained Belize being admitted as a province, opening up negotiations for the Mosquito Coast and tantalising hinting at possible support of admitting the Caledonian lands in the future. Returning home to universal acclaim in all provinces but one, he put the treaty for approval by the National Congress. Then Guatemala declared that since its concerns were ignored, it would declare independence, in a move known as the Berrinchito, the "Little Tantrum". The treaty was hastily withdrawn from the Congress and negotiations to bring Guatemala back into the fold were started. AMLO would see his Socialist Party humiliated in the 2013 elections and left the Presidency under a cloud. Nevertheless, he is remembered fondly by most Central Americans, while being hated by Guatemalans.

Former Soviet Union
The Most Honourable Joseph Bernard Sugarsville was a Prime Minister of the Dominion of Southern America from the People's Party who served from 1927 to 1932 and 1937 to his death in 1951. Of Georgian extraction, he was the first Prime Minister to be neither Protestant nor Muslim (being Eastern Orthodox). His dominant personality on the Southron left led him to acquire the moniker "Uncle Joe" or "the Man of Steel" for his sheer resistance to any attacks upon him. He led his party firmly, rejecting any hint of discontent, and while he was remembered badly in his first stint in the Prime Ministership, his firm leadership in World War Two has redeemed him in the eyes of many Southrons. In the popular imagery Southrons have of World War Two, their dour mustached leader stands athwart it as a colossus. With his death, the Southron People's Party lost direction and increasingly moved closer to the Liberals, merging as the Popular-Liberals in 1962.
Vladimir Vladimirovič Putin is a well known actor hailing from Ingria. Born in Blumkingrad (currently Nevagrad), Ingrian Socialist Governate, Russian SFR, he was inspired from an early age to enter the acting world and emulate the actors in Socialist cinema.

When Russia fell, he was a reasonably well known actor, but his career took off, especially with his role as the Terminator in the Terminator films and Professor Snape in the Sarra Poder film franchise, two completely different roles that many film fans insist he embodied perfectly.

Elected President of Ingria in the late 2010s as a moderate conservative riding off his fame, he served two terms of distinction before stepping down. He is currently retired, is living in his native Nevagrad and is at the ripe age of 88.

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The Much Honoured Iain Dauid MacAfee, Laird of the New Mearns, was the High Commissioner of the Scottish Dominion of Caledonia from 1999 to 2027, being elected on a libertarian-nationalist and cultural supremacist platform. For the next 28 years, he and his Nationalist Party dominated the country, rallying White Caledonians against increasing foreign pressure to democratise the country and expand the franchise to the Hispanic majority. Known for his outrageous behaviour and his active social media account which led to a generation of far-right youth championing Caledonia as the true "freedom-loving paradise". Died in bed of a heart attack at the age of 82, allegedly while having sex with a prostitute.
 
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No George I
Anne (Stuart) 1702-1707
Ernest I Augustus (Hannover) 1707-1728
Frederick I William (Hohenzollern) 1728-1740 [OTL Frederick William I of Prussia, son of the eldest daughter of Sophia]
Frederick II (Hohenzollern) 1740-1786 [The Frederick the Great of Prussia]
Frederick III William (Hohenzollern) 1786-1797 [OTL Frederick William II of Prussia]
Frederick IV William (Hohenzollern) 1797-1840 [OTL Frederick William III of Prussia]
Frederick V William (Hohenzollern) 1840-1861 [OTL Frederick William IV of Prussia]
William IV (Hohenzollern) 1861-1888 [OTL William I, Emperor of Germany]
Frederick VI (Hohenzollern) 1888 [OTL Frederick III of Germany]
William V (Hohenzollern) 1888-1941 [OTL William II of Germany]
William VI (Hohenzollern) 1941-1951 [OTL William, Crown Prince of Germany]
Felicity (Hohenzollern) 1951-2009 [Daughter of Prince William, first-born son of William VI]
Frederica (Van der Osten) 2009-present
 

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Agnatic-Cognatic Louis I of England
Louis I (1216-1226) - House of Capet [Also Louis VIII of France from 1223]
Louis II (1226-1270) - House of Capet [Also Louis IX of France]
Philip I (1270-1285) - House of Capet [Also Philip IV of France]
Philip II (1285-1314) - House of Capet [Also Philip V of France]
Louis III (1314-1316) - House of Capet [Also Louis X of France]
Jeanne I (1316-1349) - House of Capet [Also Joan II of Navarre from 1323]
Charles I (1349-1387) - House of Evreux [Also Charles II of Navarre]
Charles II (1387-1425) - House of Evreux [Also Charles III of Navarre]
Blanche I (1425-1441) - House of Evreux [Also Blanche I of Navarre]
Charles III (1441-1461) - House of Trastamara [Also claimed Charles IV of Navarre]
Blanche II (1461-1464) - House of Trastamara [Also claimed Blanche II of Navarre]
Eleanor (1464-1479) - House of Trastamara [Also Eleanor of Navarre from 1479]
Catherine (1479-1517) - House of Foix [Also Catherine of Navarre from 1483]
Henry III (1517-1555) - House of Albret [Also Henry II of Navarre]
Jeanne II (1555-1572) - House of Albret [Also Joan II of Navarre]
Henry IV (1572-1610) - House of Bourbon [Also Henry III of Navarre, and Henry IV of France from 1589]
Louis IV (1610-1643) - House of Bourbon [Also Louis XIII of France, and Louis II of Navarre to 1620]
Louis V (1643-1715) - House of Bourbon [Also Louis XIV of France]
Louis VI (1715-1774) - House of Bourbon [Also Louis XV of France]
Louis VII (1774-1793) - House of Bourbon [Also Louis XVI of France to 1792]
Louis VIII (1793-1795) - House of Bourbon [Also claimed Louis XVII of France]
Mary Theresa (1795-1851) - House of Bourbon
Henry V (1851-1883) - House of Bourbon
[Also claimed Henry V of France]
Robert I (1883-1907) - House of Bourbon-Parma [Also Robert I of Parma from 1854 to 1859, and claimed afterwith]
Henry VI (1907-1939) - House of Bourbon-Parma [Also claimed Henry I of Parma]
Joseph (1939-1950) - House of Bourbon-Parma [Also claimed Joseph of Parma]
Elias (1950-1959) - House of Bourbon-Parma [Also claimed Elias of Parma]
Robert II Hugo (1959-1974) - House of Bourbon-Parma [Also claimed Robert Hugo of Parma]
Alice (1974-2017) - House of Bourbon-Parma
Peter (2017-present) - House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies [Also claimed Pedro of the Two Sicilies]
 

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Absolute Primogeniture After Louis XV [idk why]
Louis XV (Bourbon) 1715-1774
Ferdinand (Bourbon) 1774-1802
[first surviving child of Louise-Elisabeth, first child of Louis XV]
Caroline (Bourbon-Parma) 1802-1804
Amelie (Wettin) 1804-1870 [died without surviving children]
Louis XVI (Wittelsbach) 1870-1921 [first child of Auguste, second child of Marie-Anne, fourth child of Caroline]
Robert III (Wittelsbach) 1921-1955
Albert (Wittelsbach) 1955-1996
Marie-Gabrielle (Wittelsbach) 1996-present
 

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Absolute Primogeniture after Isabella II?
Isabella II (Bourbon) 1833-1904
Isabella III (Bourbon) 1904-1931

Alfonso XII (Bourbon-Two Sicilies) 1931-1964 [first child of Maria, first child of Alfonso, second child of Isabella II]
Maria Theresa (Bourbon-Two Sicilies) 1964-present