Greater German Reich
Großdeutsches Reich
Emblem of Germany
Flag Emblem
Motto: Es Lebe Unser Heiliges Deutschland!
(Long Live Our Sacred Germany!)
Anthem: Das Lied der Deutschen
(The Song of the Germans)
Germany (maroon) and its alleged puppet states (pink).
Germany (maroon) and its alleged puppet states (pink).
Capital Germania
Government Totalitarian single-party state
• Reichsprasident
Xander Robisch (PfG)
• Legislature
Currency Reichsmark (ℛℳ)

Germany (officially in German: Großdeutsches Reich and in English: Greater German Reich, or colloquially Nazi Germany) is a sovereign nation located in central Europe. Also known as the Fourth Reich, the current version of the state of the Germans was established in 1945 at the end of the Second World War, after Germany and her allies surrendered to the Allied Powers with several conditions. Germany occupies a large territory, including the territories lost to Poland after the First World War and the Baltics. It is the largest German state in history, outranking even the Holy Roman Empire in size.

Germany is a totalitarian Nationalist Socialist one-party state, led by a Reichsprasident (Reich President) with whom final and absolute political and governmental authority rests. The legislature is the unicameral Reichstag, consisting of 50 deputies chosen by the Reichsprasident himself all of whom serve only in an advisory and supporting capacity. Law is created by the Reichstag but always subject to presidential approval. Like the legislature, the judiciary, consisting of various courts, is also subject to the pleasure and whim of the Reichsprasident, however operate autonomously on a day by day basis. All the courts are managed and operated as part of the Reich Ministry of Justice. The country's territory is subdivided into several reichsgaue, all of which must subject to policy from the central government in Germania. Germania is the largest city in Germany by both territorial size and population. The Party for Germany (Partei für Deutschland, PfD) has governed Germany since the disbandment of the National Socialist German Workers' Party in 1945, although it is widely understood to simply be the same organization under a new name.

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