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. In Madrid, anarchists rule out other government members and take control of the city. The government is left to the people.