The Kingdom of Spain, or Spain, is a kingdom in Western Europe. The throne is currently vacant.
|Long Name||The Kingdom of Spain|
|Government Type||Absolute Monarchy|
|America||President George Washington||
|Austria||Empress Maria Schwarzenegger||
|Denmark||King Frederick VI||
|France||King Louis XVI||
|Great Britain & Ireland||King George III||
|Holy Roman Empire||???||
|Morocco||Sultan Mohammed III||
|The Netherlands||King Sammuel I||
|Poland-Lithuania||King Augustus III||
|Russia||Emperor Nyed I||
|Sweden||Queen Celeste I||
The territories controlled by the Kingdom of Spain are highlighted in yellow.
The Kingdom of Spain controls the entire Iberian Peninsula, as well as a large area of the Americas, portions of Africa & Madagascar, and islands in the East Indies.
- Balearic Islands
North America and West Indies
- New Spain
- Spanish Louisiana
- Santo Domingo
- Puerto Rico
- New Grenada
- New Andalusia
- Río de la Plata
- Ceuta and Melilaa
- Canary Islands
- Cabo Verde
- Sao Tome and Principe
- Spanish Guinea
- The Philippines
India and Asia
Note: 1776 is 2014, 1777 is 2015, and so on
- 11/6/1776 - The Kingdom of Spain is established, ruled by King Richard I.
- 11/6/1776 - Spain establishes friendly relations with America & the Holy Roman Empire.
- 11/8/1776 - Spain establishes friendly relations with Sicily and Russia.
- 11/9/1776 - Spain establishes friendly relations with Austria.
- 12/27/1776 - Spain establishes friendly relations with the newly-independent Padania (North Italy).
- 12/27/1776 - Spain establishes friendly relations with Poland.
- 12/29/1776 - After the vacancy of Sicily, Spain becomes neutral with Sicily and establishes friendly relations with their leader's new country, Morocco.
- 12/29/1776 - After Padania unifies with the Holy Roman Empire (with said nation being under new leadership), Spain becomes neutral with the Holy Roman Empire.
- 1/6/1777 - Spain establishes friendly relations with Denmark.
- 1/18/1777 - King Richard I vacates the throne of Spain and gives America a large portion of Spain's new world holdings, effectively dissolving the Spanish Empire for the time being.