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A photograph of Tokugawa Ieyasu

Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康) (Born January 8th 2251-Died July 6th 2342) was the Comrade Premier of Gishoto from August 2319 to September 2328 and the first Archon from September 2328 till August 2329. He was a founder of the Gao-Showa Peoples' Party, which he led from 2316 till 2328, and was the first Shinto head of the modern state of Gishoto. He also received the Hero of Terra award in 2319.

Early Life[]

The Tokugawa are a leading family and at the time of Ieyasu's birth were leading native resistance to the Communist regime and helping families escape persecution within the nation. Ieyasu himself lived in exile in the Republic of Mordusia until 2275 when he returned to the nation following the assasination of his father Tokugawa Shintaro in order to lead the fight against the new Christian Communist Party.

Polical Career[]

The Communist Era[]

After returning to Gishoto Ieyasu took hi father's mantle as head of the Shinto resistance movement. He organised Shinto worship groups and terrorist activities against the government including assassinations. During one attempt in 2281 to sabotage a power plant in Kuratha he and 3 others were arrested and sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was pardoned in 2287 by Comrade Premier Blair Edwards of the Saints Alliance and started work at reconstructing what had become a highly fractured Shintoist movement. Realising that if he was arrested again it could destroy any united native front he shifted to a policy of non-violent protest though this did not stop a resurgent communist government attempting to try him for treason in 2302. Over the next few years the Communists gradually saw power slip away from them into the hands of the more liberal parties culminating in the collapse of the People's Socialist Republic after the death of Ieyasu's long term foe Comrade Premier Haruhi Suzumiya.

Gao-Showa Revival[]

With the end the People's Socialist Republic there was a huge influx of exiles and natives who lived in the un-colonised lands of Dovani. They brought with them many of the beliefs and practices suppressed by centuries of Hulstrian and Communist oppression and led to what has been called the Gao-Showa Revival. Tokugawa took on many of these old practices and founded the Gao-Showa Culture Society to spread them amongst the native population. The revival culminated in the creation of the Gao-Showa People's Party from the various Gao-Showa interest groups. Ieyasu was an obvious choice for leader and took on the position of Tai-Shu at the party's official founding in 2316.

In Office[]

Tokugawa Ieyasu was elected as Comrade Premier of Gishoto in a landslide victory during the August 2319 election. He formed a government with the Saints Alliance and the Refuge Pressure Party keeping Comrade Chairman Wali Thomas as head of government. Relations between the GSPP and Thomas quickly soured however and although unlike other party members he has never specifically stated his opinion of Wali Thomas. This was followed by the shoking move of creating an alliance with his former arch enemies the Imperial Hulstrian Party and the Sir Digby Chicken Ceaser Party. In the end the alliance between the Gao-Showa and Hulstrian aristocracy that Ieyasu created became one of the most important forces in the history of Gishoto with the government that he started lasting for 18 years. After finally abolishing the position of Comrade Premier Ieyasu became Archon for one year following which his son Tokugawa Jiang took the leadership of the party and the position of Archon.

Personal Life[]

Tokugawa Ieyasu married his wife Midori in 2277 and has four children his sons Jiang (born March 6th 2278), Hisamitsu (born July 5th 2280) and Genpaku (born September 13th 2288) as well as a daughter Setsuko (born July 20th 2290)

Preceded by
Piotr Piotrowski
20th Comrade Premier of Gishoto
2319 - 2328
Succeeded by
Position changed to Archon
Preceded by
Previously Comrade Premier
1st Archon of Gishoto
2328 - 2329
Succeeded by
Tokugawa Jiang
Hulstria and Gao-Soto articles
History Empire of Gao-Soto, Christopher Dove, War of Hulstrian Successsion, Congress of Kien, War of Luthori Succession, Welsh Genocide, New Englian Crisis, Great Sekowian War, Operation Steel Impetus, South Majatran Wars, South Ocean War, War of the Two Kaisers, September Revolution, War for the Emperor's Protection, Hulstro-Kazulian War, Hulstrian Civil War (4304)
Geography Dovani, Great North Dovani Plain, Schnee-Berge Mountains
Demographics Gao-Showa, Gao-Showa Clans, Hulstrian, Kunihito, Kunikata, Hulstro-Showans, Hulstro-Mikun, Draddwyr
Culture National Anthems: Land of our Fathers, The Call of Hulstria, For all eternity, For the Monarchy, The Revolution ne'er can yield, Golden Empire
Religion Daenism, Hosianism, Jienism, Orinco Polytheism, Kamism
Administrative Divisions Empire of Hulstria: Budenlar: Labsburg | Hulstria: Kien | Kuratha: Marchau
Empire of Gao-Soto: Hilgar: Miyako, Veilchen | Mitrania: Graaffsberg, Mitrania Highlands National Park | Ostland
Politics Historically Important Parties: Anarchitarians, Aneist Unionist Party, Christian Communist Party, Hosianisch-Demokratisches Verbund, Fascist Authority Party, Gao-Showa Peoples' Party, Hulstrian National Party, Imperial Hulstrian Party, Progressive Liberal Party of Hulstria, Refuge Pressure Party | List of Former Parties of Greater Hulstria
Presently Active Parties: Hosianisch-Demokratisches Verbund, Vereinigte Bund
Monarchy Monarchs: Alexander I, Franz I, Franz VI, Ferdinand I, Ferdinand II, Godric I, Godric II, Godric III, Heinrich I, Heinrich II, Karl III, Klaus Gustav III, Klaus Gustav IV, Klemens II, Leopold I, Maximilian V, Maximilian VII, Rainer IV, Rainer V, Rudolph I of Hulstria, Rudolph III, Rudolph IV, Rudolph V, Klaus Gustav VI, Okatori Takahiro, Okatori Kurosawa
Other Royalty: Heinrich, Crown Prince of Hulstria, Archduke Otto of Hulstria, Archduke Franz of Hulstria, Archduke Maximilian, Archduke Albert of Hulstria, Archduchess Harriet of Hulstria, Archduke Heinrich, Archduchess Aleksandra, Queen of Rutania, Archduke Leopold, Archduchess Charlotte, Adela I of Vorona, Hikaru I of Dolgaria, Archduchess Josephine, Archduchess Martha, Idda, Countess of Savonia, Wilhelm, Duke of Thague, Roberta Lusk, Princess Harriet of Talmoria, Henrietta, Queen of Endralon, Janne II of Vorona, Matilda, Queen of Rilandor, Karl, Crown Prince of Hulstria, Henry, King of Tukarali, Henry I of Tukarali, Constantine I of Tukarali, Archduchess Cristyne, Archduke Rudolph, Archduke Paul, Emmanuel, 4th Duke of Heidelberg
Primary Noble Houses: House of Flieder, Okatori Clan, House of Strauss, House of Rothingren
Palaces: Fliederbrunn Palace, Phönixstein Castle
People Gao Showa: Meiji Hideaki, Meiji Takara, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Tokuro Tanemoto, Naoki Tsukuda, Akemi Tanemoto-Katsutoshi, Tokugawa Jiang, Gao-Ri Juro, Haruhi Suzumiya, Hayato Tarou, Okatori Takahiro, Okatori Kurosawa
Hulstrian: Kyril von Flieder, Lanzo Henning, Konrad Labsburg, Otto von Labsburg, Rudolph Labsburg, Rebekka Liese, Heindrich Strauss, Konsort Strauss, Philip Strauss, Rosaline Strauss, Karl van Gessel, Spenzer Roderick, Erwin Zilberschlag, Wolfgang Reinhardt, Hildegard Klay, Edmund von Greifstein, Martin Valle, Gregory Kleinman, Anders Raske, David Thorsten, Lukas Adenauer, Friedrich Ewald II, Ambrose Bauer, Constantin Birnbacher, Maggie Bauer-Chamberlain, Erik Chamberlain, Charles Fuerstien, Waldemar von Treuburg, Wenzeslaus von Hortensiengau, Erik Bauer-Chamberlain II, Sieuwerd Cuijpers, Adam Hammond, Frederick von Labsburg, Gereon von Thannhausenand, Julius von Anderinch, Joseph Karcher, Edward Roderick III, Isolde von Smaragdwald, Anthony Bauer-Chamberlain, Kasimir Hoefler, Hieronymus von Büren, Joseph Roderick II, Jurgen Marquering, Arnold Bauer-Chamberlain, Erik Bauer-Chamberlain III Gisela von Hortensiengau, August Kratzenberg, Theresia von Maringhelm, Walburga von Strauss, Maximilian Berleburg, Walter von der Hyde, Vitus von der Mar, Eduard von Strauss, Russell von Korneuschlag, Thomas Michels
Other: Charlotte Church, George Huws, Katherine Jenkins, Wali Thomas