Autonomous Kingdom of Prussia
Prussian flag by fenn o manic-d3j9zsxCoat of Arms of Norther Prussia

Suum Cuique (Latin; To Each his Own)
Preußens Gloria by Johann Gottfried Piefke
Capital city Regis Castrum
Largest city Nassau
Official language(s) German (de jure), English (de facto)
Official religion(s) Christian
Demonym Prussian
Government Parliamentary monarchy
- King King Justinian I
- Prime Minister None currently Elected
Legislature Prussian House of Lords(Upper House), Landtag(Lower House)
- Type - Parliment
- Last election - Has yet to grow large enough to convene a legislature
Established August 14, 2012
Area claimed 174.3km or 108.3 sqmi
Population 5
Currency U.S Dollar (de facto), PreußenMark (de jure)
Time zone UTC -05:00
National animal Dog

The Autonomous Kingdom of Prussia was founded on August 14, 2012. Some of the symbols used by the micronation, had been used by the macronation the Kingdom of Prussia. It was officially dissolved on January 7th 2018 by decree of the King.


The name Prussia derives from the Old Prussians. In the 13th century, "Old Prussia" was conquered by German crusaders, the Teutonic Knights. In 1308 Teutonic Knights conquered the formerly Polish region of Pomerelia with Gdańsk (Danzig). Their monastic state was mostly Germanized through immigration from central and western Germany and in the south it was Colonized by settlers from Masovia. After the Second Peace of Thorn of 1466, Prussia was split into the western Royal Prussia, a province of Poland, and the eastern part, since 1525 called Duchy of Prussia, a fief of the Crown of Poland up to 1657. The union of Brandenburg and the Duchy of Prussia in 1618 led to the proclamation of the Kingdom of Prussia in 1701.


Founded on August 14 of 2012, Prussia can trace its origins back to the year 2000. The Prince, in middle school at the time, decided to get into maps, and history. A favorite part of history was German history. When Prince Justin I was in the 10th grade, himself under the name King Dameon Fear I and a friend, Joseph Elkins, under the name of King Darius Alucard Silver I, had decided to create a nation, encompassing the area of Europe that their families came from. So, with that, the Empire of Dominio was born, with both men as monarchs. Time went on, and Joseph decided against it, and Dominio was no more. As time went on, King Justinian I, still wanting to lead a country, set up Prussia as what could be considered a modern version of the Empire of Dominio.

Empire of Dominio

Empire of Dominio


Civil Flag and Ensign

Founded in 2003, later abandoned in 2010, The Empire of Dominio was a micronation that was run by King Dameon Fear I (King Justinian I of Prussia) and his friend King Darius Alucard Silver. The location came from the two leaders’ heritage. Darius/Joseph is Spanish and Dameon/Justin is German, Irish, French, Dutch, Scott, and English. Other European nations (Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Andorra) were included to give the nation more shape to it, and to include the whole of the Iberian Peninsula.

Bear Flag Republic

Bear Flag Republic

Bear Flag REpublic Flag

Civil Flag and Ensign

Founded in 2005, later abandoned in 2007, the Bear Flag Republic was a micronation founded by Justin I. It was abandoned due to lack of interest in the idea of a micronation, though the Empire of Dominio still existed in Europe.


The micronation had been located mainly within the United States.


Depending on the area lived in, the climate of Prussia ranges from Humid Subtropical (all territories), Highland (Alpine) (Colony of Reno),and Polar (Protectorate of New Swabia).


The Autonomous Kingdom of Prussia was a Constitutional Monarchy. Following Prussia's first constitution, a two-house parliament was formed. The lower house, or Landtag is elected by all taxpayers, who are divided into three classes according to the amount of taxes paid. This allowed just over 25% of the voters to choose 85% of the legislature, all but assuring dominance by the more well-to-do elements of the population. The upper house, which is named the Prussian House of Lords, is appointed by the King. He retains full executive authority and ministers are responsible only to him. As a result, the grip of the landowning classes, the Junkers, remain unbroken, especially in the eastern territories. Prussian Secret Police, aid in the conservative government.

Constituent states

The Autonomous Kingdom of Prussia had been divided into six territories, one colony and one protectorate.

Territories, Colonies, and Protectorates

Division of Prussia Capital Type of Division Flag CoA
Capital District Regis Castrum District/Territory Prussian Marine FlagWappen Preußen
Nord Preußen Munich Territory 200px-Flag of Prussia (1918–1933).svg568px-Austria Bundesadler 2.svg
Westpreußen Berlin Territory 200px-Flag of the Kingdom of Prussia (1750-1801).svgCOA of Prussia (1466-1772) Lob
Ostpreußen Potsdam Territory 200px-Flag of Ducal Prussia.svgPOL Prusy książęce COA
Hessen-Nassau Nassau Territory 200px-Flag of the Kingdom of Prussia (1803-1892).svgWappen-HK
Schottisches Preußen Hamburg Territory Scotland-prussiaRoyal Arms of the Kingdom of Scotland (1603-1707)
Reno Wiesbaden Colony Gadsden-bg3CoA of Reno
NeuSchwabenland Schwerin Protectorate De-nscolCoat of arms of the British Antarctic Territory.svg

Foreign relations

Recognized Macronations/ Macronational Unions

  • 1000px-Flag of the United States.svg United States of America
  • Flag of Europe.svg European Union

  • 500px-Flag of UNASUR.svg UNASUR (Union of South American Nations)



  • UHKBKTHG-flag Templar Kingdom

Constituent Nation of


  • WorldUnionflag World Union

Historically apart of


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Though the Autonomous Kingdom had only one person who is in the Army, King Justinian I, designs for military uniforms were made.

Below is a list of the patterns, and their usage.

Pattern Date Use
MultiCamSwatch2 2013- Jungle usage
ACU Universal Camouflage Pattern 2013- Urban combat
Iraqimarpat 2013- Desert Usage
Urban digital pattern 2012- Home base usage

Historic Ribbons of the Prussian Military

Medal Date Use Description
StarIronCross 2012 Star Iron Cross Awarded for "Gallantry and intrepidity at risk of life above and beyond the call of duty"
GrandIronCross 2012 Grand Iron Cross Awarded for "Extraordinary heroism"
218px-D-PRU EK 1914 1 Klasse BAR.svg 2012 Iron Cross 1st Class Awarded for "Gallantry in action"
218px-D-PRU EK 1914 2 Klasse BAR.svg 2012 Iron Cross 2nd Class Commendation medal
Iron Cross 2nd Class 2012 Iron Cross Second Class Achievement medal
Iron Cross 1st class 2012 Iron Cross First Class Combat Action Ribbon
500px-Prussian Overseas Service Ribbon 2012 Prussian Overseas Ribbon Awarded for service in an overseas area

Culture Mainly surrounded by the United States, Prussian culture is heavily influenced on American pop and sub cultures.


Christianity is the main religion in Prussia.


English was the main mother tongue in the nation. German had been mainly spoken by the King himself. Spanish had been spoken throughout the Autonomous Kingdom as well.


The main center for higher education in the nation is St. Johns River State College. In 1958, the institute opened its doors in Hesse-Nassau to 191 students. Two high schools are opened in the main portion of the Autonomous Kingdom.


  • Austerity or Thrift (German: Sparsamkeit)
  • Bravery without self-pity (German: Tapferkeit ohne Wehleidigkeit) "Lerne leiden ohne zu klagen." Translation: "Learn to suffer without complaint."
  • Courage (German: Mut)
  • Determination (German: Zielstrebigkeit)
  • Discipline (German: Disziplin)
  • Frankness or Probity (German: Redlichkeit)
  • Godliness, coupled with religious tolerance (German: Gottesfurcht bei religiöser Toleranz) "Jeder soll nach seiner Façon selig werden." Translation: "Everyone shall be blessed according to their own belief."
  • Humility or Modesty (German: Bescheidenheit)
  • Incorruptibility (German: Unbestechlichkeit)
  • Industriousness or Diligence (German: Fleiß)
  • Loyalty (German: Treue)
  • Obedience (German: Gehorsam) "Seid gehorsam, doch nicht ohne Freimut." Translation: Be obedient, but not without frankness.
  • Punctuality (German: Pünktlichkeit)
  • Reliability (German: Zuverlässigkeit)
  • Restraint (German: Zurückhaltung)
  • Self-denial (German: Selbstverleugnung) The German author and soldier Walter Flex (1887-1917) wrote "Wer je auf Preußens Fahne schwört, hat nichts mehr, was ihm selbst gehört." Translation: "He who swears on Prussia's flag has nothing left that belongs to himself."
  • Self-effacement (German: Zurückhaltung) "Mehr sein als scheinen!" Translation: "Be better than you appear to be!"
  • Sense of duty or Conscientiousness (German: Pflichtbewusstsein)
  • Sense of justice (German: Gerechtigkeitssinn) Jedem das Seine or Suum cuique
  • Sense of order (German: Ordnungssinn)
  • Sincerity (German: Aufrichtigkeit)
  • Straightness or Straightforwardness (German: Geradlinigkeit)
  • Subordination (German: Unterordnung)
  • Toughness (German: Härte) "Gegen sich mehr noch als gegen andere." Translation: "Be harder against yourself even more than you are against others."


On September 19th 2012, Prince Justin I authorized Prussia to have a media outlet. is the official source of all Prussian News.

See also

External links

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Politics of Prussia
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Territories of Prussia
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Colonies of Prussia
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De-nscol New Swabia
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