|My Axis Powers Hetalia Fictional/Hypothetical Character, Manchuria, aka Manchukuo, Qing Empire, Northeast China, etc.|
Hetalia Manchuria profileCountry Information:Hetalia Manchuria profile by kyuzoaoi
Official Country Name: Manchuria, Manchukuo, Qing Empire. Today, she is officially called the Northeast, but many people still call her Manchuria and she insist this is her proper name in English.
Capitol: Changchun (during Manchukuo times), Shenyang/Mukden, Beijing (during the Qing Empire).
Languages: Manchu, Mandarin Chinese. She can also Mongolian, Korean (both due to having lots of Koreans and Mongols living in Manchuria, and she speaks Korean with the same accent North Korea has), Japanese (due to the occupation), Russian (due to occupation). Her Japanese contains many Chinese words but Japan forced her to speak proper Japanese.
Government: Since she is under Chinese control, she has a communist government, of course. Formerly, during the Qing and Manchukuo eras, she uses the imperial system.
Legal System: civil law, as modified by China.
Name: Yehenara Fodo
Meaning: Fodo means "willow" in Manchu. Yehenara comes from a name of a prominent Ma
Monarchy Over the Danube RE: PrologueMonarchy Over the Danube: an Alternate History Tale of Austria-Hungary Retold through the Nations Themselves.Monarchy Over the Danube RE: Prologue by mdc01957
Undisclosed location outside London, United Kingdom. 15 July 1938.
The world was inching ever closer towards the abyss. Arthur Kirkland had long since come to grips with that notion. As did everyone else in the conference hall, his motley group of allies, as they waited around a large map of Europe that had been laid on the table. They should bloody do by now! the embodiment of Great Britain thought irritably.
With Herr Hitler growing madder by the hour, Poland would likely be overwhelmed before anyone could step in to save him. While further east, Ivan seemed to grow ever more impatient in trying to make the world one with him. Not to mention Japan’s preposterous Co-Prosperity Sphere nonsense in Asia. Barely twenty years after the Great War, and it looked as though another one was bound to happen any day now. Never a