United Sovereign State of Arstozka
For a Soviet Arstozka!
Soviet March (Red Alert 3)
DuPage County, IL, USA (Closest US County)
|Capital city||Capital House|
|Official religion(s)||State atheism|
|Government||Single Party State|
|- General Secretary||TBA|
|Time zone||Central Standard Time (UTC−6:00)|
|National animal||Russian Bear|
The United United Sovereign State of Arstozka is an micronation in North Illinois. Referred to as the The U.S.S.A. Based on a Single Party State with no elections only Party Leader Conventions.
Based on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR, the United Sovereign State of Arstozka was formed out of distrust for the United States of America because of their actions in the Cold War.
Taken From The Jera Empire
Cahokia, the urban center of the pre-Columbian Mississippian culture, was located near present-day Collinsville, Illinois. That civilization vanished circa 1400–1500 for unknown reasons. The next major power in the region was the Illiniwek Confederation, a political alliance among several tribes. The Illiniwek gave Illinois its name. The Illini suffered in the 17th century as Iroquois expansion (caused by European expansion in the eastern United States) forced them to compete with several tribes for land. The Illini were replaced in Illinois by the Potawatomi, Miami, Sauk, and other tribes.
French explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet explored the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers in 1673. As a result of their exploration, the Illinois Country was part of the French empire until 1763, when it passed to the British. The area was ceded to the new United States in 1783 and became part of the Northwest Territory.In 1839, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as Mormons, created a settlement they called Nauvoo. The city, situated on a prominent bend along the Mississippi River, quickly grew to 12,000 inhabitants, and was for a time rivaling for the title of largest city in Illinois. By the early 1840s, the LDS church built a large stone temple in Nauvoo, one of the largest buildings in Illinois at the time, which was completed in 1846. In 1844, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement Joseph Smith, Jr. was assassinated in nearby Carthage, Illinois, even though he was under the protection of Illinois judicial system, with assurances of his safety from then Governor Ford. In 1846, the Mormons under Brigham Young left Illinois for what would become Utah, but what was still then Mexican territory. A small breakaway group remained, but Nauvoo fell largely into abandonment. Nauvoo today has many restored buildings from the 1840s.
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