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|Principality of Grum (devolved)|
"'Die, or die trying'"
'Under the Eagle'
and largest city
|Demonym||Grums or Grumish|
|Government||Semi-autonomous constitutional monarchy|
|• Prince||Angerd Raggarth|
|• Lord||Temion Erl KG|
|• Minister for Grum||Oserin McEndy|
|Legislature||Parliament of Vyeguard|
|• Upper house||House of Lords|
|• Lower house||House of Commoners|
|Currency||Ionadàlban Pound (£) of 100 pennies (IAP)|
|Drives on the||left|
The Principality of Grum is a semi-independent quasi-democratic constitutional monarchy located in north-western Uletha. It is landlocked and lies on the border between Ionadàlba and Wesmandy. It has been variously independent and a part of neighbouring states since its inception in 1369.
Goidalig and the Devnunii
Knights Venturers and Dukedum of Wesmandy
The Two Hundred Year Wars
The Ionadàlban Civil War
The Ionadàlban Civil War was an intense conflict that lasted for 8 years (1934-1942) and affected the whole of Ionadàlba and Grum. After the Ionadàlban revolution of 1933 and the establishment of the nascent Republic of Álba, the country split into complex factions based on lnaduage and ethnic identity, ideology, religion and social class. This complexity was added to by the involvement of foreign combatants on both sides. The involvement (and non-involvement) of other nations played an important role in determining the final outcome of the war: victory for the fascist forces of Ionadàlba Mhòr and the Principality of Grum and defeat for the Republic and its Communist and Anarchist successors. Around 300,000 combatants and civilians lost their lives in the war.