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Mongolia Flag
Flag of Mongolia
Full Name
Mongolia (Mongolian script)

(Bogd Khaanate of Mongolia)

Common Name Mongolia
Motto None
Mongolia anthem

(The East Dragon Station)

Official Languages Mongolian
Capital Urga
Government Structure Theocratic Monarchy
Head of State The 2nd Bogd Khan

(Regency of Roman von Ungern-Sternberg)

Currency Mongolian Tögrög
Established 1911
Population (core territory) Around 2.4 million

The Bogd Khaanate of Mongolia, commonly known as Mongolia, is a nation in Asia. It is bordered by Russia to the north, the Fengtian Republic to the east, the Qing Empire and Shanxi Clique to the southeast, the Ma Clique and Xinjiang Clique to the south, and Alash Autonomy to the west. Mongolia is currently under the rule of the second reincarnation of the Bogd Khan, with Roman von Ungern-Sternberg acting as regent due to the Bogd Khan being 3 years old.



Once the greatest empire in the world, the land of Genghis Khan has long had to struggle for its independence. Though freed from Chinese rule following the collapse of the ruling Manchu dynasty in 1911, Mongolia's independence was not recognized by the new Republic of China, and therefore Mongolia increasingly turned to Russia for its continued survival. Yet, the unexpected Russian Revolution of 1917 placed Mongolia in a vulnerable position, with the Russian Civil War soon spilling over the border into its protectorate. After suffering from an invasion by a Chinese warlord army, there was a counter-invasion of White Russian forces under Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg, who established himself as ruler of Mongolia. Eager to maintain the security of their southern flank, the remaining White Generals recognized von Sternberg's government, believing that he would pursue a pro-Russian foreign policy. However, the Baron had other ideas. While Civil War raged within European Russia, Mongolian forces with Japanese diplomatic support seized and announced their sovereignty over a significant section of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Kerensky had no choice but to accept this, to avoid the complete strangulation and isolation of Russian troops in Europe and the Far-East. Sternberg then set to work promoting his political authority in Mongolia and developing a powerful military apparatus. After the unsuccessful Blue Revolution in 1926, he is now too powerful for a weak Russian government to dislodge, and any crisis in Russia or China may inspire him to make his claims to be Khan of All Mongols a reality.


Laws and Government:

Conscription Law: Limited Conscription

Economic Law: Partial Mobilization

Trade Law: Limited Exports

Head of Government: Togs Ochriyn Namnansuren

Foreign Minister: Ferdynand Ossendowski

Economy Minister: Mikhail Diterikhs

Security Minister: The 7th Changkya Khutukhtu


Start off with nine divisions, seven Calvary and two Artillery

Foreign Relations

The Mongol Empire:

  • has friendly relations with Tibet
  • dislikes Russia
  • desires expansion throughout the area of the ancient Mongol Empire and beyond





See also

Roman von Ungern-Sternberg