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The History of Kanjor is complex and extensive. As a consequence, the emergence of new evidence means that it's early period is subject to constant re-evaluation. In contrast, Kanjor's more recent history has been maintained with detailed records and there is less subjectivity as a result.

Pre-Selucian history[]

Main article: History of Canrille

Selucian rule[]

Main article: Selucian Empire

The Interregnum (1956 - 2070)[]

- The Interregnum saw a variety of popular governments, and a period of low-scale civil war as various factions; some ideological, some regional.

War with Morbanack[]

- 2047: Morbanack-Martois War -- Kanjor's king wished to end republic raids and aid to republic forces fighting against the king & he sent in several divisions to teach them a lesson

- war was short but bloody

- Kanjorien forces were only allowed two-months in Rildanor's country & only allowed to go 100 km in

- in areas within Morbanack that Kanjorien forces moved, they scorched earth within 20 km of border with either Martois & Oléri-des-Grâces

- four major guerilla attacks by Morbanack forces killed 300 Kanjorien soldiers; King pulls out & declared victory


A Search for Kanjorien Identity[]

République Kanjorien (2070 - 2118)[]

L'Empire Kanjorien (2118 - 2207)[]

= elected Emperor

Capitainerie générale des deux Kanjors (2207 - 2245)[]

- elected Capitaine-Général

République grande de Kanjor (2247 - 2266)[]

Foreign Intervention[]

Kafuristani Colony?? (2267 - 2276)[]

The Collapse???[]


- 2274, a royalist uprising erupted in Meriath, led by the aging Edmund I and his son Hénri, which soon overran government forces on the island. When news of the revolt reached the mainland, many noblemen and their supporters quickly sailed for Meriath, hoping to rally behind Edmund and restore the monarchy. A planned invasion of Rildanor from Meriath soon took effect and royalist forces focused their attention on the capital Tirali, but the ensuing conflict drew in nearby countries, including Kanjor, Saridan, Aldegar, Kafuristan, Gishoto, Dorvik.

Saint Empire Kanjorien (2275 - 2290)[]

- run by Conseil grand d'Exarques

- elected Grand Exarch; then was Timothée I followed by Timothée II

Domaine Oligarchial Totalitaire de la Kanjor (2290 - 2304)[]

Era of International Involvement[]

Terres Libérées de Kanjor / Patrie Zapatista de Kanjor (Union Canrillaişe) (2304 - 2314)[]

Confédération Kanjorien-Canrillaişe (Union Canrillaişe) (2314 - 2326)[]

République de Kanjor[]

2326 - 2340:

Confédération des Deux Kanjors (2340 - 2465)[]

ended in January of 2465

Union de Seleya du Sud (Province de Kanjor) (2465 - 2514)[]

- union of Alduria, Kanjor & Rildanor

- went defunct in early 2500; but Kanjor did not change the name of the country until March 2514

The Quiet Era[]

L'Etat Libre de Kanjor (2514 - 2696)[]

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Kingdom or Republic?[]

- question of establishing a monarchy in Kanjor developed during the 2th century, although on all occasions it was soundly defeated

- starting in 2696 with the selection of HRH King Léopold of the House of Orléans-Vasser

- subsequently, the nation from this point forward was split not ideologically but by their support for the Monarchy or republicanism, although often ideological alliances developed between these two camps. Royalists became associated with the liberal middle-classes and a less state-driven economy, while the Republicans tended to be sympathetic to communism and the maintenance of the role of the State.

- era seen as a constant battle between two factions, primarily the Royalists and the Communists. The Royalists ceased to exist as an electoral force as of 2941, signalling the beginning of the age of Republican Consensus and the fall of the monarchist idea from fashion.

The Royaume de Kanjor & the First, Second and Third Républiques Populaire Démocratique de Kanjor[]

(RK) 1 November 2696 - 14 July 2699 (2 years, 8 months)

(Free Land of Kanjor) 14 July 2699 - 31 January 2708 (8 years, 6 months)

(RK) 1 January 2708 - 2 December 2740 (32 years, 11 months)

(RPDK) - The First République Populaire) 2 December 2740 - 1 January 2759 (18 years, 1 month)

(RK) 1 January 2759 - 3 October 2774 (15 years, 9 months)

(RPDK) - The Second République Populaire) 4 October 2774 - 31 October 2850 (76 years)

(RK) 1 November 2850 - 1 February 2889 (38 years, 4 months)

(RPDK - The Third République Populaire) 1 January 2889 - 5 June 2960 (71 years, 5 months)

Royaume-Uni de Kanjor et La Tondelle[]

(RUKT) 5 June 2960 - present

Sept - January 2972/3 - The Communist Malaise; PRT inter-party violence in which several high-ranking officials and numerous lesser party members were killed in various parts of Kanjor, esp. Martois. Party faction leaders used armed paramilitaries and small deathsquads to root out each other's supporters. The party was officially fractured until former-Trade and Industry shadow minister Ninette Foucault took hold of the party and guided back to its radical Communist roots

3020s, Royal Union tried to change the culture of Kanjor from Canrillaişe to Ichredone. AFK reborn to protect Canrillaişe-ness.

Royal Union had new King under Constantijn I of the House of Angevin; House of Angevin was ousted by the AFK and Parti Conservateur Royaliste and House of Orléans-Vasser was returned to Throne.

King Antoine I 4629-4643[]

Republic 4643-4666[]

Under the justification of a terrorist attack by alledged communists in La Couronne in March 4643, the Parti Impérial absolished the monarchy in place of an emergency president and suspended elections. In 4655, Kanjor became a formal republic. In 4657, the following cities were renamed:

Beauclair >>> Oustres

Belfort >>> Villebrun-sur-Mer

Toussaint >>> Argens

Bayonville >>> Atyr

Fort Champlain >>> Loitiers

La Nouvelle Couronne >>> Arbrantes

Le Dauphin >>> Cap-Oriental

Bordeleaux >>> Vallepin

Lyonesse >>> Mavigny

Sainte-Claire >>> Neuchalet

Val Royeaux >>> Mienau

La Couronne >>> Haulemps-sur-Mer

Mousillon >>> Marchâtel

Port-Réal >>> Torges

Voubaix >>> Grandelet

Débarquement-de-la-Reine >>> Côte-Verte

Retraite-du-Roi >>> Venfors

Saint-Simon-de-Gochelle >>> Le Palais

Ville Royal >>> Bonogne

Argens >>> Argentes

The Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste returned to power in 4664 and would rule unchallenged until 4683 taking the nation into a progressive socialist direction. They restored the monarchy in 4666 with Queen Evylin.

Queen Evylin 4666-4684[]

Queen Evylin was supported by Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste and led the nation with leftwing policy reforms that were often at odds with the populace. She was succeeded by King Louis IV in 4684 upon the dissolving of the Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste and the rise of the Parti royal démocrate.

King Louis IV 4684-4699[]

King Louis IV enjoyed the support of the Parti royal démocrate until 4690. Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste would resurface in 4692 creating an uneasy relationship until his death in 4699

King Charles II 4699-4723[]

King Charles II was supported by the Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste until 4704 and then became an absolute monarch. In 4723, Charles II was overthrown by the Le Congrès du Peuple upon the dissolving of the Nouvelle Union Gauche/Socialiste. Kanjor would remain a republic for the next 87 years.

Republic 4723-4810[]

Le Congrès du Peuple transformed Kajor with a flurry of legal reforms and treaty ratifications opening Kanjor up to the rest of the world. In 4735, the regions of La Tondelle (Est), La Tondelle (Ouest), and Oléri were renamed to La Tondelle, Silliers, and Val-de-Azur. The cities of Oustres, Mienau, Les Palais, and Venfors were renamed to Savigny, Picard, Le Cher-Comte, and Ile-de-Canrillaise. The ambitious domestic and foreign policy agenda of Le Congrès du Peuple came to an end in 4740 when the party officially dissolved. For the next 20 years, the Parti Populaire Unifié and the Parti Libéral Fédéraliste would compete for power until 4760s. The En Avant Ensemble would establish Kanjor as a short-lived socialist republic from 4786-4794. The Parti Urbain would restore the federal republic and rule until 4802. After a series of one-party administrations, the republic finally fell in 4810 to the monarchists.

King Louis VI 4810-4853[]

The Monarchy was restored to Kanjor in 4810 under the leadership of the Front Nouveau Canrillaise. King Louis VI, of House of Orléans-Vasser would reign as HOS from 4810 to his death in 4853 upon being succeeded by his son, Philippe VI. King Louis VI would enjoy one-party rule until 4832. He would then rule as absolute monarch until 4847 when the Les Communautaristes took power. However, this would be short-lived and, again, King Louis would reign as absolute monarch until his death in 4853.

King Philippe VI 4853-4876[]

Philippe VI of House of Orléans-Vasser succeeded Louis VI in 4853 and was suppported by the Parti Royal Democrate until 4866 and then ruled Kanjor as an absolute monarch until his overthrow in 4876. Philippe VI was invited to rule Alduria in 4860 and is still the ruling monarch to this day. He was also the monarch of Lourenne from 4856-4874. From 4860-4874, he was considered the undisputed Canrillaise Emperor. For reasons unknown, his power quickly collapsed in Lourenne and Kanjor in the 4870s ending the Canrillaise Empire.

King Robert I 4876-Present[]

In 4876, the House of Alarie under Robert and his brother, Stanly, took advantage of the power vacuum left behind by the Parti Royal Démocrate's exit, the ruling party since 4866. In May 4876, Stanly Alarie won the governor-general election and his party, the Loyaliste Royaliste Parti, won 72% of the vote. In January 4877, Robert I was made King of Kanjor in a bloodless revolution that saw the overthrow of Philippe VI of the House of Orléans-Vasser. King Robert I also enjoyed support from the Silverbug Shareholders, a loyal opposition party.

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États-Unis de Kanjor et La Tondelle

Atyr (capital)
History History of KanjorMonarchs of KanjorHouse of Audierne
Medieval States of the MainlandMedieval States of the Isle of la TondelleArchbishopric of Kanjo
Holy Wars of KanjorInquisition of Kanjor
Wars of the IsleSiege of AfarBattle of Atyr
War of the Kanjorien SuccessionSecond War of the Kanjorien SuccessionBattle of CryingBattle of the KanjorgneFirst Battle of OixSecond Battle of OixThird Battle of OixBattle of VavalyaSiege of KanjoBattle of the BayBattle of the ChannelBattle of BessonneConfederation of the IsleSoldats de la Croix VraieRepublique Populaire de Silliers-NordLes Travailleurs et les Paysans République Socialiste d'Oléri-des-GrâcesNational Anthems of KanjorFlags of KanjorPeople's CommissionThe Communist MalaiseUnion Canrillaişe
Geography Geography of KanjorNumineux ValleySilliers Channel

Mainland (Parishes):
- Martois: Parishes of Martois
Major Cities (Small Cities): Soulon, Saint-Claire, Nasbourg, Foulouse

- Oléri-des-Grâces: Parishes of Oléri-des-Grâces
Major Cities (Small Cities): Narseille, Calais, La Gochelle, Lambéry

- Numineux: Parishes of Numineux
Major Cities (Small Cities): Kanjo, Pesançon, Cimoges, Voubaix

Isle of la Tondelle (Parishes):
- Silliers: Parishes of Silliers
Major Cities (Small Cities): Atyr, Afar, Bayonville, Loitiers, Risère

- La Tondelle: Parishes of La Tondelle
Major Cities (Small Cities): Deims, Belfort, Famiens, Jaligny-sur-Nesbre, Trest

Demographics Demographics of KanjorCanrillaişe (ethnicity)Theognosian ChurchVille de SaintsPatriarchal Church (Eastern Rite)Theognosian Church of Kanjor
Government Government of Kanjor
Executive of Kanjor (List of Executives of Kanjor, Cabinet History)
Legislature of Kanjor (Parties, Minor Parties, Electoral History of Kanjor)
Monarchs of Kanjor (House of Villiers, House of Orléans-Vasser)
Economy Economy of KanjorNational Chamber of CommerceNational Holding CorporationPesançon Mercantile ExchangeVoubaix Stock ExchangeArsenal Preud'hommeERAK Industrial GroupERAK AutomotiveERAK MachineryERAK TransportationFME EnergyKanjor AeronauticsLeague of Landowners and FarmersRNITInstitut de Willigan de Science économique
People Royals: (King Léopold I, Regent Alexandre, Queen Louise-Elisabeth, King Albert III, Princess Marie Louise-Elisabeth, King Frederick I, King Frederick II, Prince Charles, Queen Sophie I, Princess Rachel, Prince Constantine, Princess Emmanuelle, Princess Judith, Prince Leopold Frederick, Princess Audrey, HRH Queen Louise-Elisabeth II, HRH Queen Louise-Elisabeth III, HRH Queen Noëlle, King Abelard I

Politicians: Franklin Rothschild (LP), Marius Léonide Nove (UHD), Camille Daladier (PRT), François Gualladet (UR), Olivier Besancenot (PPPP), Pierre Etienne (PPPP), Zéphyrine Renard (PPPP, Wesley Freisler (NCP), Gerald Price (NCP), Hans Relander (NCP), Karl Pelmenin (NCP), Peter Mannerheim (NCP), Eglantine Vadnais (PL)

Personalities: (Faruq Depois, Loïc Jauffret

Culture Culture of KanjorEducation in KanjorAcadémie Royale de l'Île de la TondelleSport in KanjorBetrandismNational Cathedral of Kanjor
Military Military of KanjorKanjorien ArmyKanjorien NavyKanjorien Air Force (Defunct)National GendarmerieInternal Security Directory
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