White Ruthenia Flag
The Flag of Belorussia
Full Name Königreich Weißruthenien

(Kingdom of White Ruthenia)

Common Name Ruthenia
Official Languages Belorussian, German
Capital Minsk
Government Structure Parliamentary monarchy
Head of State Vladimir I
Head of Government Pyotr Krecheuski
Currency Papiermark
Established 1918

(Treaty of Brest-Litovsk)

Area (core territory) 200 000 km²
Population (core territory) Around 6 million

Belorussia, also known as Ruthenia or White Ruthenia, is a country in Eastern Europe. It borders the United Baltic Duchy to the north, Russia to the east, Ukraine to the southeast, Galicia-Lodomeria (part of Austria-Hungary) to the south, Poland to the southwest and Lithuania to the west.


The Kingdom was preliminarily set up on the premises of the Belorussian People's Republic, that, like their counterpart in the Ukraine, declared themselves independent from Russia along ethnographic lines following the successful conclusion of the Weltkrieg and the collapse of Russian power. The lack of a historic Belorussian state and the chaos ensuing, lead Germany to establish the Kingdom of 'White Ruthenia. Despite the lack of a historic identity the legitimacy of the new state was secured during the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s brother Heinrich, who used the strong constitutional Royal prerogatives to promote land reform, education programs, and balance the interests of the various factions within his Kingdom.

Unfortunately upon Heinrich’s death in 1929 the throne passed to his son Waldemar, who has not been able to live up to the standards set by his father. In 1936 Weißruthenien is an increasingly divided society and the young kingdom appears to be approaching a crisis as power slips away from the legitimate monarch to his younger brother Sigismund, who has managed built up a formidable power base through the ‘National Security Services’ and various Belorussian extremist groups unhappy with the current situation.


King of Belorussia: S.K.H. Vladimir I von Hohenzollern

Prime Minister: Pyotr Krecheuski

Foreign Minister: Nikolay I. Gusarov

Armament Minister: Mikhail Bonch-Bruevich

Head of the National Security Services: Sigismund von Hohenzollern

Head of Military Intelligence: Radio Survilla

Chief of Staff: Yurij B. Gamarnik

Chief of Army: Bronislav Kaminski

Chief of Navy: Friedrich Wilhelm Kurzr

Chief of Air Force: Hans Baur


The Armed Forces of Belorussia comprise six infantry divisions (one with an artillery brigade) and are ready to follow the orders of the King... whoever he may be...

Foreign relations

Belorussia is part of the Mitteleuropa economic alliance and of the Reichspakt military alliance.

Very friendly relations with Germany and other countries in Reichspakt.

Friendly relations with Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Poland.