The Syndicalist Republic of Chile is a country in South-West South America, bordering La Plata, Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru.
After the Saltpetre War 1879 - 1883 in which Chile received the Peruvian saltpetre provinces Tarapacá and Arica in addition to the Bolivian coastal region of Antofagasta the country had command over vast copper deposits and monopolised the world trade in saltpetre. A phase of economic prosperity was initiated, supported by the high demand for saltpetre at the beginning of Weltkrieg. However, the chemical processes devised during that war to artificially produce saltpetre rendered Chile's deposits worthless. Worsening economic circumstances, together with the growth of the population increased social crisis. Workers and unions gained political influence, especially under the disastrous rule of Carlos Ibañez Del Campo, during which Chile bankrupted, in 1931.
Shortly afterwards. Ibañez was deposed, and the navy and most of the army mutinied, and with the support of the people, and the of arrival of reinforcements from the long exiled Marmaduke Grove arriving from the Union of Britain, the Syndicalist Republic of Chile was proclaimed. After 5 years of rebuilding under the first council, led at least nominally by Arturo Puga, the republic economy recovered greatly, and a military build-up has begun after the Platine War. Now, with La Plata's rhetoric becoming increasingly aggressive, the well respected Marmaduke Grove, military man veteran of two revolutions oceans apart, is at the helm of the rebuilding the republic. However, not all Chileans are as hopeful for the future as the syndical leaders are, and the next election will reveal the great rifs that arose among the Revolutionaries...
Laws and Government:
Head of Government: Marmaduke Grove
Foreign Minister: Luis Arteaga Garcia
Economy Minister: C.L. Blest Riffo
Security Minister:" Marmaduke Grove
Nation _____ has,
- Great relations with Commune of France, Union of Briain, Centroamerica and Mexico
- Good relations with Bhartwhatever commune and Georgia
- Poor relations with Bolivia, Peru and Brazil
- Very poor relations to Centroamerica, La Plata, Germany and Colombia
Colonies and Dependencies