Electorate Kingdom of Okhotsk
"For the life of our nation, ever more."(English translation)
"" (Okhotan Russian)
|Anthem: "The tides of winter"|
Polish, Okhotan Russian,
|National Language||Okhotan Russian|
|Demonym||Okhotan, (More welcomed Indigenous demonyms)|
|Government||Electoral Limited Constitutional Monarchy|
|-||King||Artur Augustus Poniatowski|
|-||Upper house||Royal Senate|
|-||Lower house||Provincial Senate|
|Formation of Nation|
|-||Break up of the soviet union||1935-Present Day|
|GDP (PPP)||2032 estimate|
|-||Total||Something something zloty|
|-||Per capita||Something Something Zloty|
|-||Total||Err i duno|
|-||Per capita||Err i duno|
|Gini (2032)||Err I duno|
|HDI(2032)||Err I duno|
|Drives on the||right|
The Electorate Kingdom of Okhotsk Is a kingdom under the polish crown but in independent ruling in northeastern asia. It is based almost entirely around the basin of the Okhota river, with the nation named for the capital city of Okhotsk.
Following the 1935 break up of the soviet union polish interests in the area looked to provide safety for this nation, along with the Electorate Kingdom of Okhotsk as they were weak compared to other nations they'd started in the region. Hence for 20 years prior to the break up of the soviet union the Electorate Kingdom of Okhotsk and the Electorate Kingdom of Kamchatka were physically a part of the state of poland. Aswell as the Republic of Magadan being an autonomous branch of the Commonwealth of Poland.
Today the small nation has seen a burst of indegenous culture uprising making the russian culture now only a slight Majority with 58% being Okhotan Russian.
The city of Okhotsk was founded by russia in 1647 when the russians originally reached the eastern seaboard of mainland eurasia. It served as the main base in eastern russia for the russian empire until the annexation of amur which lead to it losing its importance.
In 1935 Russian soldiers marched into the city to kill anyone who was associated with anti-soviet view points. The people rose up due to the instigation of a Polish agent. His promise of the polish soldiers coming to help was well founded as the polish soldiers, just finishing securing sakha for it's new anti-soviet government marched in large numbers into okhotsk. The Russian troops here were slaughtered and it is thought only 3 escaped on a fishing vessel. It was one of the major controversies of the dissolution of the soviet war that polish troops acted so agressively in this manner. However several accounts from polish troops suggest that it was armed citizens that acted out against the russian troops in such away, in anger for the blood shed they'd caused. Okhotsk was invited formally to become a royal subject of the polish crown, granting special economic rights and at the same time independence. However Okhotsk at the time was in no position to do such as its economy and nation was in tatters from the soviet regime. Instead they joined poland officially for the following 10 years while the polish rebuilt their nation into the foundation of the country it is today.
In 2030 Okhotsk joined the WDODN to become the 5th member of the alliance.
The Okhotan Russian Dialect is a dialect of russian that developed in kamchatka and okhotsk from 1935 to modern day. It has strong polish influences aswell of that of indegenous tungusic peoples. It also contains a fair few english loan words from trade across the pacific with california and Canada. While formed from the same pattern of events as Magadani Russian, it is distinctly different in where the loan words come from and how grammar has developed. Magadani russian maintains russian grammar to a point with loan words included, where as Okhotan Russian adopted a more polish grammatical set up.
In the capital city of Okhotsk the transportation is served majorly by subways that connect to 4 "Nodes" on the outskirts of the city. These nodes take trains to 4 directions. The Magadani-Kamchatsky line goes north into Magadan and further kamchatka. The North-trans-siberian line goes west into sakha along with the South-Trans-Siberian line, however they pass through distinctly different cities in central asia. The Pacific freight line, originally intended to be a cargo line quickly developed into a passenger line taking people south through the green ukraine into manchukuo and further into asia.
Several ferries serve the capital city taking people east to the kamchatka peninsula, and southeast to japan and Sakhalin.
The major airport of Okhotsk is the Poniatowski Royal Airport in Okhotsk. The airport provides a variety of flights, and is the second largest airport in asia to serve trans-pacific flights on a regular basis.